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Title Lieut. Panju. A Modern Indian
Author(s) Madhaviah, A
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1924
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference ORW.1926.a.1433
Notes Second edition.
Region South Asia
Names A. Madhaviah, Haidar Ali, Hyder Ali (p6), Queen Victoria (p44), Mahatma Gandhi (pviii)
Places India, Benares (p6), Himalayas (p6), Delhi (pp45, 56, 135), River Ganges (p139)
Topics Indian literature, fiction, World War One (ppv, 187, 200), Indian account of Western Front (p200), Indian slavery (pv), Thugs, Thuggees (pvi), human sacrifice (pvi), Indian National Congress (pviii), religion (p1), natural history (p3), pilgrimage (pp5, 16, 39), opium (p6), Hinduism (pp6, 26, 42, 96-97, 163, 169), Hindu temples (p24), festivals (pp38, 121), Christianity (pp26, 35, 111, 127), health and disease (pp7-9, 14, 64), gangrene (p7), small pox (pp8, 14, 64), cholera (pp61, 66, 67-70), death (pp18, 64-65), love (p9), marriage (pp10, 95, 99, 159-165), arranged marriage (pp122-126), adultery (pp11, 17, 40, 42, 43), caste (pp16, 33, 73, 74, 94, 137, 153, 167, 185), crime and punishment (pp29-36, 67, 208), sepoy (pp42, 128, 201-202), Empress of India, Durbar (pp44, 46-47), famine (p45), female body (p59), colonial power, colonial rule, colonial government (p70), differences between Hindu and Muslim society (p74), law (p81), slavery (pp92-93, 168), uprising, 'Indian Mutiny' (pp105, 193), education (p114), treatment of Indian medical students by English lecturers (pp128-134), Taj Mahal (p135), burial customs (pp139-140), zenana (p147), alcohol (pp148-149), love (p162), missionary work (pp163, 171), Indian nationalism (pp173, 174-175), criticism of Muslims (p185), female education (p199)