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The New Cambridge History of India: The Portuguese in India by M. N. PearsonI v.1
The New Cambridge History of India: Vijayanagara by Burton SteinI v.2
The New Cambridge History of India: Mughal and Rajput Painting by Milo Cleveland BeachI v.3
The New Cambridge History of India: Architecture of Mughal India by Catherine B. Asher I v.4
The New Cambridge History of India: The Mughal Empire by John F. Richards I v.5
The New Cambridge History of India: Architecture and Art of Southern India by George MichellI v.6
The New Cambridge History of India: Architecture and Art of the Deccan Sultanates by George MichellI v.7
The New Cambridge History of India: A Social History of the Deccan, 1300-1761 by Richard M. EatonI v.8
The New Cambridge History of India: Indian Society and the Making of the British Empire by Christopher Alan BaylyII v.1
The New Cambridge History of India: Bengal--The British Bridgehead by P. J. MarshallII v.2
The New Cambridge History of India: The Sikhs of the Punjab by J. S. GrewalII v.3
The New Cambridge History of India: The Marathas 1600-1818 by Stewart GordonII v.4
The New Cambridge History of India: European Commercial Enterprise in Pre-Colonial India by Om PrakashII v.5
The New Cambridge History of India: Socio-religious reform movements in British India by Kenneth W. JonesIII v.1
The New Cambridge History of India: Peasant Labour and Colonial Capital by Sugata BoseIII v.2
The New Cambridge History of India: The Economy of Modern India by B. R. TomlinsonIII v.3
The New Cambridge History of India: Ideologies of the Raj by Thomas R. MetcalfIII v.4
The New Cambridge History of India: Science, Technology, and Medicine in Colonial India by David ArnoldIII v.5
The New Cambridge History of India: The Indian Princes and their States by Barbara N. RamusackIII v.6
The New Cambridge History of India: The Politics of India since Independence by Paul R. BrassIV v.1
The New Cambridge History of India: Women in Modern India by Geraldine ForbesIV v.2
The New Cambridge History of India: Caste, Society, and Politics in India by Susan BaylyIV v.3
The New Cambridge History of India: An Agrarian History of South Asia by David LuddenIV v.4

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