Table of contents for India's princely states : people, princes, and colonialism / edited by Waltraud Ernst and Biswamoy Pati.

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Acknowledgments
List of contributors
1. People, Princes and Colonialism
Waltraud Ernst and Biswamoy Pati
2. Colonial and Postcolonial Historiography and the Princely States: Relations 
of Power and Rituals of Legitimation 
Hira Singh
3. ?Cruel, Oriental Despots?: Representations in Nineteenth-Century British 
Colonial Fiction, 1858-1900
Indrani Sen
4. Narcotrafficking, Princely Ingenuity and the Raj: The Subjugation of the 
Sindia State, c. 1843-44
Amar Farooqui
5. The Agrarian System of the Princely State of Jammu and Kashmir: A Study of 
Colonial Settlement Policies, 1860-1905
Shakti Kak 
6. The Order of Legitimacy: Princely Orissa, 1850-1920
Biswamoy Pati 
7. Loyal Feudatories or Depraved Despots? The Deposition of Princes in the 
Central India Agency, c. 1880-1947
Fiona Groenhout 
 
8. ?Hostages in our Camp?: Military Collaboration between Princely India and the 
British Raj, c. 1880-1920
Samiksha Sehrawat
9. Historicising Debates over Women?s Status in Islam: The Case of Nawab Sultan 
Jahan Begam of Bhopal 
Siobhan Lambert-Hurley
10. The Maharana and the Bhils: The Eki Movement in Mewar, 1921-22 
Hari Sen
11.	Women?s Hospitals and Midwives in Mysore, 1870-1920: Princely or Colonial 
Medicine
Barbara Ramusack
12. Public Health Administration in Princely Mysore: Tackling the Influenza 
Pandemic of 1918
T.V. Sekher
 13. Border Incidents, Internal Disorder and the Nizam?s Claim for an 
Independent Hyderabad 
Manjiri Kamat

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947.
India -- Historiography.