Visions of the Rebels: A Study of 1857 in Bundelkhand

  title={Visions of the Rebels: A Study of 1857 in Bundelkhand},
  author={Tapti Roy},
  journal={Modern Asian Studies},
  pages={205 - 228}
  • Tapti Roy
  • Published 1 February 1993
  • History
  • Modern Asian Studies
The available literature on the uprising of 1857 is fairly voluminous. Successive generations of historians have studied the subject in its varied aspects. Their concern, however, quite often lay with long-term political issues, with questions of the growth of the colonial state, of nationalism, of the unity and integrity of the country. These problems were made central to the study of the rebellion not because they were of any relevance to the rebels but because contending imperialist and… 
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