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

Genghis Khan and the making of the Modern World
Jack Weatherfor 686 Reviews Three Rivers Press, 2005 - History - 312 pages
A thought provoking re-evaluation of Genghis Khan's rise to power sheds light on the revolutionary reforms the conqueror instituted throughout his empire, including religious freedom, diplomatic immunity, and the creation of the Silk Road free trade zone as well as on his uniting of the East and West, which set the foundation for the nation states and global economic systems of the modern era. Reprint. The Mongol army led by Genghis Khan subjugated more lands and people in twenty years than the Romans did in four hundred.
Jawaharlal Nehru: An Autobiography
Jawaharlal Nehru
Oxford University Press, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 640 pages First published in 1936, and now available in a centenary edition, this book was written by Nehru almost entirely in prison from June 1934 to February 1935. His account, though replete with autobiographical details, is much more than a personal document; in the words of Rabindranath Tagore, "Through all its details there runs a deep current of humanity which overpasses the tangles of facts and leads us to the person who is greater than his deeds, and truer than his surroundings."
Peace Philosophy in Action

Candice C. Carter, Ravindra Kumar
Palgrave Macmillan, 2010 - Political Science - 242 pages
This book documents recent and historical events in the theoretically-based practice of peace development. Its diverse collection of essays describes different aspects of applied philosophy in peace action, commonly involving the contributors’ continual engagement in the field, while offering support and optimal responses to conflict and violence.
Chhatrapati Shahu, The Piller Of Social Democracy

Pī. Bī Sāḷuṅkhe, M. G. Mali, Maharashtra (India). Directorate of Education
Education Dept., Govt. of Maharashtra for President, Mahatma Phule Vishwabharati,
Gargoti, Dist. Kolhapur, 1994 - Bombay (India) - 432 pages
Biography of Shahu Chhatrapati, Maharaja of Kolhapur, 1874-1922; comprises articles on him.
A People`s History Of India 1: Prehistory

Author: Irfan Habib
Tulika - 78 pages
A People's History Of India 3: The Vedic Age

Author: Irfan Habib And Vijay Kumar Thakur
Tulika Books - 100 pages
Man and environment: The Ecological History Of India
Irfan Habib, Aligarh Historians Society
Aligarh Historians Society, 2010 - 161 pages
Increasing interest has been shown in recent decades in matters relating to ecology, especially under the influence of the debate on climate change. The scope of ecology is, of course, much wider than that of climate alone, and involves in addition not only human relation with all species of animals and plants but also those conditions of human societies (material and intellectual) that influence our responses to the opportunities and challenges posed by nature.
The Age Of Iron And The Religious Revolution, c. 700 - c. 350 BC

Krishna Mohan Shrimali, Aligarh Historians Society
Tulika Books, 2007 - 160 pages
This monograph deals with a very important phase of Indian history, spanning c. 700 and c. 350 BC. During the period iron technology diffused, transforming and multiplying tools; cities arose and commerce spread; the caste system assumed practically all its essential features; powerful states were formed, with armies and bureaucracies; and, finally, Jainism and Buddhism brought about a veritable Religious Revolution.
The Indus Civilization: Including Other Copper Age Cultures And History Of Language Change Till C. 1500 B.C.
Irfan Habib, Aligarh Historians Society
Tulika, 2003 - History - 111 pages
The Indus Civilization by Irfan Habib is the second monograph in the People s History of India series. It continues the story from the point reached in the earlier monograph, Prehistory. The dominant theme here is provided by the Indus Civilization. In addition, other contemporary and later cultures down to about 1500 BC, and the formation of the major language families of India
Religion In Indian History
Irfan Habib, Aligarh Historians Society
Tulika Books, 2007 - 291 pages
Religion has been, and is, an important element in Indian society and history. It is, however, rare for the subject to be discussed with the necessary degree of detachment. An actress, television personality, and writer recounts her experiences as a "problem child" at school, which lead to her being sent to an independent school, where she proved the goal of the school: to develop the potential of each child This volume was, therefore, planned with the object of providing a collection of studies that would deal with the role of religion in Indian.
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