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Anglo-Indian rule

Sidney J. Owen

Anglo-Indian rule

historically considered.

by Sidney J. Owen

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Published by Parker in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • India -- History

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15987146M

      Before , when the British left India, Anglo-Indians also known at the time as half-castes, blacky-whites and eight annas (there were 16 annas in .   Anglo Indians .. English Indians. Way back, when we were under the British raj, the Britishers who had settled in India for good were called Anglo the Britishers started taking Indian wives. Their children were referred to a.

    Some of the famous instances of British aristocracy with a history of an Indian relationship are recorded in Frank Anthony''s well-known book Britain''s Betrayal''s in India -The Story of the Anglo-Indian Community. With the growth of the Anglo-Indian Community, inter-marriage between Anglo-Indian women and British officers was on the increase. The first use of "Anglo-Indian" was to describe all British people living in India. People of mixed British and Indian descent were referred to as "Eurasians".Terminology has changed, and the latter group are now called "Anglo-Indians", the term that will be used throughout this article. The Hindi phrase Kutcha butcha (कच्चा बच्चे), meaning "half-baked bread,” is used to.

    A mixture of domestic ideology and liberal politics, these are Anglo-Indian romances, written by British colonials who lived in India during a period of indirect colonial rule. Instead of providing neat conclusions and smooth narratives, they become a record of the limits of liberal colonialism.   Book: An Anglo-Indian in Love Author: Tapan Ghosh My ratings: /5 An Anglo-Indian is a historical fiction from the time after India liberated from British rule and the system was in little chaos. It was worse for people who neither considered to be British nor Indian. They were called Anglo-Indian. The story revolves around Dilip.


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Dr Andrews is also the author of Christmas in Calcutta (SAGE Publications, ), a book of Anglo-Indian stories, memoirs and essays that portray the .‘The comic tale of an Anglo-Indian boy constantly swapping identities, it was shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize and Guardian First Book Award.’ ‘The Union of Anglo-Indian Associations, on the other hand, has seen this move as an effort to put the Anglo-Indian community leaders in poor light.’.