Government of social life in colonial India liberalism, religious law, and women's rights
By: Sturman, Rachel Lara.Material type: BookSeries: Cambridge studies in Indian history and society.Publisher: New York Cambridge University Press 2012Description: xviii,289p. map 24 cm.ISBN: 9781107010376.Subject(s): Women's rights -- India -- History | Religious law -- India -- History | India -- Social conditions | Great Britain -- ColoniesDDC classification: 954
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-270) and index.
Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Map of the Bombay presidency and British India -- Introduction -- Economic governance -- Property between law and political economy -- The dilemmas of social economy -- The politics of personal law -- Hindu law as a regime of rights -- Custom and human value in the debates on Hindu marriage -- Law, community and belonging -- Conclusion -- Select bibliography -- Index.