Some brown people, some not so brown.

Some Hindu, some Muslim, some Dalit, some Jat.

Some women people, some men people.

Do we even know what all these types mean?

Recommended Books for Teachers in English

Indian Economy, 1858-1914

Author- Irfan Habib, Aligarh Historians Society
Tulika Books, 2006 - Business & Economics - 159 pages
Money & Credit in Indian History
The papers presented in this volume arise out of the session on money, banking and finance, organized under the auspices of the Indian History Congress, Kolkata, 2000. In most historical periods in India, groups of people have been engaged in exchanges of products with money being extensively used as a medium of exchange. There is no point, trying however, define who exactly were the bankers, or bankers and money-changers, or bankers, merchants and money-changers rolled into one, without specifying the context.
Disease & Medicine in India - A Historical Overview
The history of science, technology and medicine has always occupied a special place in Indian history through the ages. Its significance, especially from a socio-cultural perspective, cannot be ignored. In recognition of the importance of this subject, the 61st session of the Indian History Congress, held in Kolkata in January 2001, organized a special panel on the history of health conditions and the progress of medicine in India. The present volume, edited and introduced by Deepak Kumar, brings together the papers presented at this panel, along with some fresh contributions.
Shared Heritage: The Growth of Civilizations in India and Iran

edited by Irfan Habib, Paperback xl+ 252 pages 8.5x 5.5 inches ISBN: 81-85229-74-0 Rs 270 / $15 All rights available First published 2002, hardback 2004 (second edition)

This volume originated in papers presented at a panel on the historical relationships between India and Iran, organized under the auspices of the Aligarh Historians Society at the 62nd session of the Indian History Congress, Bhopal, 2001.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Vasant Moon

National Book Trust, India, 2002 - 224 pages
A comprehensive biography of the one of the tallest leaders of modern india, translated into english by Asha Damle.
Sorry, Best Friend!

Published: Tulika Publisher
Language: English
ISBN: 8186895000
ISBN-13: 9788186895009
Format: Paperback
A collection of short stories focusing on the theme of communal harmony. Includes writers such as Zai Whitaker, Poile Sengupta, Githa Hariharan and Shama Futehally.
Everyday Lives, Everyday Histories: Beyond the Kings and Brahmanas of ‘Ancient’
India - Uma Chakrava
First published in 2006 Second edition (2007) Paperback xxx + 330 pages Rs 275
ISBN: 81-89487-21-3 All rights available
This volume of essays moves the historiography of ancient India in the service of a history of the present. The cultural onslaught of a brahmanical saffron culture within popular discourse, and the fight against entrenched class and caste interests led by women, dalits and other marginalized groups, frame this battle for ‘ancient’ India.
Mauryan India

Irfan Habib, Vivekanand Jha, Aligarh Historians Society

Tulika Books, 2004 - 189 pages
On history of India.
Education: Trade, Profession, Occupation Or Business

H. Suresh

India Centre of Human Rights and Law, Project of Socio Legal Information
Centre - 20 pages
Medieval History And Communalism

Asgharali Engineer
Centre for Study of Society and Secularism - 28 pages
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