Peasants and Monks in British India

  A Note on Translation and Transliteration
  Acknowledgments
  Maps

 expand sectionIntroduction: Peasants, Monks, and Indian History
 expand section1. Sadhus and Shudras in North India, ca. 1700–1900
 expand section2. Ramanand and Ramanandis, ca. 1900–1940
 expand section3. Being Vaishnava,  Becoming Kshatriya
 collapse section4. Culture, Conflict, and Violence in Gangetic India
 From Cowherd to Kshatriya
 Political Peasants
 Identity and Class
 Notes
 expand section5. Conclusions

 expand section1. Francis Buchanan
 expand section2. Dharnidharacharya and James Tod
 expand section3. Gopa Charitam
 expand sectionBibliography

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