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Title A Visit to Europe
Author(s) Mukharji, T. N
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1889
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference 10108.de9
Region Europe, Middle East, Australasia
Names T. N. Mukharji, N. N. Ghose (ppvii-xii), William Gladstone (pp54-60), Queen Victoria (p65), Mary, Queen of Scots (pp207-208, 273-275, 278), Ram Mohan Roy, Rammohun Roy (pp265-326)
Places Britain, England, City of London (pp29, 39-40, 201-205), Cambridge (pp247-249), Bristol (pp263-266), Bath (pp268-270), Oxford (pp303-305), Scotland (pp271-296), Malta (pp17-18), Gibraltar (pp22-23), Spain (pp22, 170), Holland, Netherlands (pp332-339), France, Paris (pp340-348), Germany, Berlin (pp352-357), Austria, Vienna (pp367-369), Italy (pp369-397), Rome (pp379-393), Yemon, Aden (pp8-11), Australia (pp124-126, 171)
Topics travel writing, exhibitions, Indian Nation, contents, index (p399), liat sea (pp1-6, 24-25), influence of England on Indian society (pp1-2), religion, Hinduism (pp1, 5, 19-20, 28-29, 308), caste system (pp1, 5, 20, 28, 74, 233), suttee, sati (pp20, 28, 51, 62, 326), Christianity (pp16-17, 19-20, 147), Thugs, Thuggee (p3), Islam, Mohammedanism (pp7, 9-10, 20, 156), coffee (p9), Suez Canal (pp14-15), missionary work, American missionary (pp16-17), sanitation (p29), transport, railways, London Underground (pp33, 36-37), adverts, advertisements (pp34-35), comparison of crowds in England and India (p38), Ramayana (p49), Colonial and Indian Exhibition, 1886 (pp64-139), arranged marriage (pp51, 74), status of women, emancipation of women (pp50-51), zenana (p51), Home rule for Ireland (pp54-61), dress (pp83-84, 160-161), English characteristics (pp86-87, 117-123, 382), Indian characteristics (pp126-128, 253, 257-260), Indian art (p93), silk (pp96-97), Channel Tunnel (p119), charity (pp120, 164, 175, 182, 193), indigenous peoples, use of the word 'native' (pp131-133), General Election (p139), class (pp154, 183, 197-200), education (pp140, 154-155, 286, 303), poverty (pp154, 174-175, 227-232), colonial conflict, uprising, 'Indian Mutiny' (p156), twins (p163), free trade (pp165-166), race (pp171, 297-301), accounts of European's poisoning Native Americans and Australian Aborigines (pp171, 297), decline of England (p180), alcohol (p187), climate (p191), famine in India (pp230-231), religion (pp16, 19, 21, 39, 180, 245, 283, 336, 385), Royal Agricultural Society (pp239-244), journalism in India (p285), indigenous peoples in Brazil (p307), Parliament (pp310-312), Crystal Palace (p320), colonial rule, colonial government, British policy in India (p349)