The Chamber Of Princes

Author by : R. P. Bhargava
Languange : en
Publisher by : Northern Book Centre
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Description : The first chapter provides the background, origin, development, scope and enlargement of the Chamber. The second and third chapters deal with its constitution, powers, functions and procedure. The working of its various committees is discussed in Chapters four and five. A review of the Chamber's work and resolutions passed is given in Chapter six and Chapter seven deals with the activities of the Butler Committee. Chapter eight summarises the achievements of the Chamber during its crucial years of existence while Chapter nine gives a detailed account of the Princes' problems and their discussions in the Chamber sessions during the early forties. The last Chapter describes the developments leading to India's independence and which culminated in the lapse of paramountcy and winding up of the Chamber.


Chamber Of Princes 1921 1947

Author by : S. M. Verma
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The Indian Princes And The Crown

Author by : India. Chamber of Princes
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The British Crown The Indian States

Author by : Chamber of Princes by the Directorate of the chamber's special organisation
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The British Crown The Indian States

Author by : India. Chamber of Princes. Directorate of the Chamber's Special Organisation
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The British Crown The Indian States

Author by : India. Chamber of Princes
Languange : en
Publisher by : London : P.S. King
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History Of The United Panjab

Author by : Bakhshish Singh Nijjar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
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Description : The Book Covers A Period Of Almost A Century From 1849 To 1947, The Main Contents Of This Work Are: Geography Of The Panjab, Panjab At The Advent Of Britishers, Panjab Under Lawrences, Political History Of The Panjab From 1849-1947, North-West Frontier And The British Government, Religious And Political Movements E.G. The Kukas, The Komagata Maru, Jallianwala Bagh, Nankana Holocaust, The Jaito Morcha, Guru-Ka-Bagh, Panja Sahib, And Babar Akalis, Riasti Parja Mandal, The Khaksars, Agrarian Agitations, The Legislation, The Civil Administration, Social And Economic Life Of The Panjab From Time To Time, The Singh Sabha, S.G.P.C, The Revolutionaries Of The Panjab, Various Riots, Canalisation Of The Panjab, The Panjab States With The Role Of Their Rulers In The Panjab History, Muzara Movements, The Panjab Civil Code, The Provincial Autonomy, The Unionist-Ministry, And Partition Of The Panjab.The Book Is The Result Of Many Years Of Research. In Order To Make It Authentic, The Author Has Consulted Almost All The Contemporary Sources. It Is For The First Time That This Period Has Been Systematically Explored In Detail.The Book Would Be Of Great Interest And Value For Students, Research Scholars And Teachers Of Panjab History.