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by Ashin Das Gupta,M. N. Pearson

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0195619323
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Ashin Das Gupta,M. N. Pearson
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English
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Oxford University Press (December 24, 1987)
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378 pages
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This collection of essays by eminent historians in the field, seeks to present a history of the Indian Ocean as seen from maritime India and built around the commerce of the Indian Ocean. Format Paperback 384 pages.

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Start by marking India and the Indian Ocean 1500-1800 as Want to Read . This collection of essays surveys the history of maritime India from 1500 to 1800, focusing on trade and economic history as well as on the activities of European merchants and local traders.

Start by marking India and the Indian Ocean 1500-1800 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Monica Das Gupta. It convincingly argues that even though the Europeans often traversed the Indian Ocean to trade, their presence was not crucial to India's economic stability.

The Indian Ocean: Explorations in History, Commerce, and Politics. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1987. India and the Indian Ocean, 1500–1800. Calcutta: Oxford University Press, 1987. The Indian Ocean: Explorations in History, Commerce, and Politics.

This book is a collection of essays of the late Professor Ashin Das Gupta - one of the pioneers of maritime history in India

This book is a collection of essays of the late Professor Ashin Das Gupta - one of the pioneers of maritime history in India. It is divided into two sections: the first contains the author's general essays and the second deals with the projects on Malabar and Surat. It will interest students and scholars of history. Calcutta; New York: Oxford University Press, 1987. 2: "The Rise of Islam and the pattern of pre-emporia trade in early Asia," 34-62 Das Gupta, Ashin, and M. N Pearson, eds. India and the Indian Ocean, 1500-1800. 1: M. Pearson, Introduction I: the Subject, 1-24 Ø Chap. 2: Ashin Das Gupta, Introduction II: the Story, 25-45. Vink, Marcus P. M. Indian Ocean Studies and the ‘New Thalassology’. Journal of Global History 2, no. 1 (2007): 41–62. 3: Genevieve Bouchon and Denys Lombard, "The Indian Ocean in the Fifteenth Century," 46-70.

N. Pearson needs no introduction to scholars and students of Indian Ocean history of the early modern period, which for our immediate purposes encompasses the centuries from the advent of Vasco da Gama in 1498 to the formal establishment of colonial power in the Indian subcontinent from 1765. Pearson, like his other distinguished colleague, Ashin Dasgupta, was among the first scholars to interrogate Eurocentric assumptions that marginalized Asian trading activity as socially insignificant, economically limited, and culturally incapable of resisting the might of western guns, law, and technology.

China Sea, included in Ashin Das Gupta and M. Pearson, ed. The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers: Economic Change and Military Conflict from 1500 to 2000. Random House, 1987

Maritime Trade and Politics in China and the South China Sea, included in Ashin Das Gupta and M. Kolkata: Oxford University Press, 1987. 6. Dorothy Van Duyne. Random House, 1987. 29. Andrew MacIntyre and Douglas E. Ramage. Seeing Indonesia as a Normal Country.

Gupta, Ashin Das and M. Pearson, eds. India and the Indian Ocean 1500–1800. Ships and the Development of Maritime Technology on the Indian Ocean. London and New York: Routledge Curzon, 2002. Rajamanickam, G. Victor and V. S. Arul Raj, eds. Hall, Kenneth R. Maritime Trade and state Development in Early Southeast Asia.

This collection of essays surveys the history of maritime India from 1500 to 1800, focusing on trade and economic history as well as on the activities of European merchants and local traders. It convincingly argues that even though the Europeans often traversed the Indian Ocean to trade, their presence was not crucial to India's economic stability.