Volume 3 Number 1

Aims & Scope of the Journal
Front Page of the Journal
Cover Page of the Journal
Table of Contents

The Question of Language and the Foundation of the Identity of Bengali Muslims in Nineteenth Century Bengal 01-11
Dr.Chhawang Subba
An Inclusive Interpretation of Maratha History 11-22
Sutapa Bhattacharya
The Growth and Development of Public Health in the Hill areas of Darjeeling District and the role of the Colonial British Government(1850 to 1947): A Historical Analysis 23-34
Krishna Barman
Lt. Colonel Suresh Prasad Sarbadhikari Pioneered of Overiotomy and Obstetric Surgery in the late 19th century Calcutta 35-52
Rajib Roson Ghosal
The Destination towards an Unknown Land (From Faridpur to Malda): A Parallelism of Displacement to Resettlement of Namasudra Family 53-64
Litan Biswas
The ‘Other’ Side of Nineteenth Century Bengal:A History of Crises and Anxieties:The evolving societal definitions and re-definitions surrounding ‘effeminacy’ and ‘ideal’ womanhood 65-79
Aishanee Mallik
Mode of Production and Migration in India:A Sociological Study 80-90
Dr.Paulomi Saha
Christian Missionaries and their Impact among the Meches of Jalpaiguri District in the Colonial Period 91-102
Dr. Manadev Roy
Sri Narayan Guru and Ezhava Movment: A Study 103-113
Ashim Biswas
Gandhi’s Idea of Khadi and Its Implications 114-124
Ashim Bhuimali
Peasant Organisations in the context of Political Activities in Bengal before the 1938:A Regional Study 125-135
Dr.Jagdip Kumar Chowhan
India’s Oft-Forgotten Feminist Icon Fatima Sheikh: Pioneers of Modern Women’s Education in Indian Subcontinent 136-143
Role of Media in maintaining Peace and Harmony with reference to India 144-154
Dr.Debjani Roy
Growth and Development of Female Education in the Princely State of Cooch Behar : 1881-1949 155-172
Sumana Das
‘Contesting’ the Discourses of Womanhood: A Historical Reaccount of the Conditions of Women in British India and Beyond 173-181
Rajib Sarkar
A Study on the Cults of Indra and Hudumdeo in Bengal: Do These Have Vedic Roots? 182-191
Sebak Biswas
The Changing Scenario of Hindi Cinema after Independence 192-207
Md Raju
‘Drain of Wealth’ and ‘Economic Nationalism’ in Colonial India (1858-1914) 208-218
Dr.Babulal Bala
Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development 219-228
Book Reviews
William Dalrymple: The Anarchy, The East India Company, Corporate Violance, and the Pillage of an Empire,(London:Blooms Bury Publishing,2019, Price:699/p INR) 229-232
Partha Mondal