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Title Thillai Govindan's Miscellany
Author(s) Madhaviah, A
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1907
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Madras
Publisher G. A. Natesan & Co.,
Library British Library
Reference ORW.1986.a688
Region South Asia
Names A. Madhaviah, Lord Curzon (pp20-21), Pontius Pilate (p11)
Places India, Madras, Punjab (p24)
Topics Indian literature, Christian College Magazine, Women: The Two Ideals (pp1-9), femininity, status of women in Indian and British societies (pp2-9), marriage (pp3-5), child marriage (pp6, 28, 29), female education (pp3, 9), entertainment, opera (p3), love (pp4, 11, 18), Hinduism (pp5, 15, 17), Christianity (pp5, 35), natural history (p6), slavery (pp6, 8), Truthfulness (pp11-21), death (pp11, 13, 32), natural selection (p12), Aryans (pp13, 14, 16, 20, 24, 26), Ramayana (p13), Mahabharata (pp13, 15), religion (pp16, 35), law (pp16, 20), class (pp16, 17), Islam, Mohammedanism (p17), colonial rule, colonial power (pp17, 20), caste (pp23-50), list of castes (p36), Hinduism, inter-marriage between castes (p24), law (p25), slavery (pp26, 27, 62), missionary work (pp27, 29), colonial civil service, Indian Civil Service (p29), pilgrimage (p36), marriage (pp42-43), Buddhism (p44), patriotism (pp51-71), nationalism (pp51-71), caste (pp56-58), colonial rule, colonial power, attitude of Britain to Indian self government (62), primogeniture (p63), law (p69), religious reform (pp73-89), law (p77), reincarnation (p82), criticism of idolatry (p82), Christianity (p83)
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