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The bibliography is arranged under the following heads:
Official Publications (Except Manuals and Gazetteers)
Newspapers, Periodicals, and Commercial Annuals
Published Books, Articles, Pamphlets and Dissertations
1. India Office Library
Erskine Papers, vol. 5, Mss Eur D 596.
Government of Madras, Education Proceedings
Report on Public Instruction.
Government of Madras, Law (Legislative) Department
Government Order (G.O.) 365, August 28, 1928.
G.O. 305, December 21, 1928.
Madras Board of Revenue
Proceedings, May 24, 1783.
Proceedings, September 23, 1793: 5518-5519.
Proceedings, August 8, 1793: 4887-4889
Board's Consultation, April 14, 1828, back number 47.
Madras Country Correspondence
Political and Country Correspondence (Records of Fort St. George, Country Correspondence, 1752-1757).
2. Tamil Nadu Archives
Government of Madras, Land Revenue Reports
"Statement showing prices of foodgrains." In Land Revenue Reports for Fasli 1290 (1880-81).
"Statement showing prices of foodgrains." In Land Revenue Reports for Fasli 1335 (1925-26).
Government of Madras, Local Self Government Department, Proceedings
Government Order (G.O.) 783, May 3.
G.O. 811, May 9.
G.O. 1462, February 26.
G.O. 1462, June 20.
G.O. 1984, September 7.
G.O. 104, January 9.
G.O. 4139, September 25.
G.O. 4905, December 11.
G.O. 704, February 22.
G.O. 4833, December 16.
Records, Serial No. 4678.
3. Madras High Court, Record Room (Appellate Side)
Madras High Court of Judicature
Regular Appeal No. 80.
Appeal No. 72.
1. Government of Great Britain
Report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons, Appendix No. 109.
Statement Exhibiting the Moral and Material Progress and Conditions of India during the year 1901-1902. Parliamentary Papers, vol. 44. His Majesty's Stationery Office.
2. Government of India
Indian Industrial Commission
Report of the Indian Industrial Commission (1916-17), Minutes of Evidence, vol. 5. Calcutta: Government of India.
3. Government of Madras
Kasinathan Chettiar, C. A. C.
Evidence of Nattukottai Nagarathars' Association. MPBEC 1930 I: 101-118.
Madras Provincial Banking Enquiry Committee (MPBEC)
Vol. I, Report. Vol. II-IV, Written and Oral Evidence.
Nattukottai Nagarathars' Association
Evidence of Nattukottai Nagarathars' Association. MPBEC 1930 I: 101-118.
Nicholson, F. A.
Report Concerning the Possibility of Introducing Agricultural Banks in the Madras Presidency. 2 vols. Madras.
Pillai, A. Savarinatha
Monograph on Nattukkottai Chettis banking business. MPBEC 1930 I: 1170-1217.
Raghavaiyangar, S. Srinivasa
Memorandum on the Progress of Madras Presidency During the Last Forty Years of British Administration. Madras.
4. Government of Burma
Report on the Administration of Upper Burma during 1886. Rangoon.
Burma Provincial Banking Enquiry Committee (BPBEC)
Report of the Burma Provincial Banking Enquiry Committee. Vol. I, Banking and Credit in Burma. Vol. II, Written and Oral Evidence. Rangoon.
5. Government of Ceylon
Ceylon Banking Commission (CBC)
Ceylon Banking Enquiry Committee (CBEC)
Ceylon Blue Book Statistics. Colonial Office Report. Ceylon.
Ceylon Blue Book Statistics. Colonial Office Report. Ceylon.
Asylum Almanack and Directory of Madras and Southern India
Ceylon Mercantile and Planting Directory
Contributions to Indian Sociology
(n.s.) 23 (1)
(n.s.) 24 (2)
Dhana Vysia Ooliyan
Ferguson's Handbook & Directory and Compendium of Useful Information
Journal of Asian Studies
Vol. 35, no. 4 (August).
Oolian (or Ooliyan)
Report of the Committee and Correspondance of the Burma Indian Chamber of Commerce
Two Medieval Merchant Guilds of South India. New Delhi: Manohar Publications.
The Burma Delta: Economic Development and Social Change on an Asian Rice Frontier, 1812-1941. Madison: University of Wisconsin.
Aiyar, R. Sathyanatha (See Sathyanatha Aiyar)
Aiyer, K. V. Subrahmanya (See Subrahmanya Aiyer, K. V.)
Allen, G. C. and A. G. Donnithorne
Western Enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya. London.
Andrus, J. Russell
Burmese Economic Life. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Dr. Raja Sir Muthiah Chettiar and Rani Lady Meyyammai Achi Sixtieth Birthday Commemorative Volume. Annamalainagar: Annamalai University.
"Raja Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinadu, a memoir." In Raja Sir Annamalai Chettiar Commemorative Volume, B. V. Narayanaswamy Naidu, ed., pp. 1-15. Annamalainagar: Annamalai University.
Economic Conditions in South India: 1350-1750 A.D. Madras: University of Madras.
"Right and left hand castes in South India." Indian Economic and Social History Review 11(2-3): 216-259.
Worship and Conflict under Colonial Rule: A South Indian Case. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"The past as a scarce resource" Man, n.s. 16(2): 201-219.
"Gastro-politics in Hindu South Asia." American Ethnologist 8: 494-511.
"The puzzling status of Brahman temple priests in Hindu India." South Asian Anthropologist 4(1): 43-52.
"Introduction: Commodities and the politics of value." In The Social Life of Things: Commodities in Cultural Perspective, A. Appadurai, ed., pp. 3-63. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"Putting hierarchy in its place." Cultural Anthropology 3(1): 36-49.
"Theory in anthropology: Center and periphery." Comparative Studies in Society and History 28(2): 356-361.
Appadurai, Arjun, and Carol Appadurai Breckenridge
"The South Indian temple: Authority, honor and redistribution." Contributions to Indian Sociology, n.s. 10(2): 187-211.
Appell, George N.
"Methodological problems with the concepts of corporation, corporate grouping and cognatic descent group." American Ethnologist 10: 302-311.
"Methodological issues in the corporation redux." In Social Structure and Social Relations [Special issue]. American Anthropologist 11: 815-817.
Ceylon. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.
"Indian merchants and their trading methods (circa 1700)." Indian Economic and Social History Review 3: 85-95.
"Dutch commercial policy in Ceylon and its effects on Indo-Ceylon trade." Indian Economic and Social History Review 4: 109-130.
"Aspects of the role and activities of South Indian merchants c. 1650-1750." In Proceedings of the First International Conference Seminar of Tamil Studies. Vol. 1. Kuala Lumpur.
Indians in Malaya and Singapore. Oxford.
"The politics of commerce in the coastal kingdoms of Tamil Nad 1650-1700." South Asia 1: 1-19.
"Indian commercial groups and European traders, 1600-1800: Changing relationships in Southeastern India." South Asia, n.s. 1(2): 42-53.
"Trade and political dominion in South India, 1750-1790: Changing British-Indian relationships." Modern Asian Studies 13(1): 19-40.
"Weavers, merchants and company: The handloom industry in South-Eastern India, 1750-1790." Indian Economic and Social History Review 17(3): 257-282.
Merchants, Companies and Commerce on the Coromandel Coast 1650-1740. Delhi: Oxford University Press.
Tamil Renaissance and Dravidian Nationalism, 1905-1944. Madurai: Koodal Publishers.
Ayyah, Chockalinga (See Chockalinga Ayyah)
Ayyar, Sadhavadanam Subramaniyarn (See Subramaniyam Ayyar, Sadhavadanam)
The Divine Hierarchy: Popular Hinduism in Central India. New York: Columbia University Press.
Bagchi, A. K.
Private Investment in India 1900-1939. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Baker, Christopher John
South India: Political Institutions and Political Change, 1880-1940. Delhi: Macmillan Company of India.
The Politics of South India, 1920-1927. Cambridge: University Press.
An Indian Rural Economy, 1880-1955. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Baker, Christopher John, and David Washbrook
South India: Political Institutions and Political Change, 1880-1940. London: MacMillan Press.
Barnett, Stephen Alan
"The process of withdrawal in a South Indian caste." In entrepreneurship and Modernization of Occupational Cultures in South Asia, M. Singer, ed., pp. 179-204. Durham, N.C. Duke University.
"From coffee to tea in Ceylon: The vicissitudes of a colonial plantation economy." Ceylon Journal of Historical and Social Studies 7(1): 43-66.
Basu, Susan Neild
"The dubashes of Madras." Paper presented at the Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, April 2-4.
"Pachaiyappa Mudaliar: The 'Great Philanthropist' redefined." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., March 23-25.
Bayly, C. A.
"Indian merchants in a 'traditional' setting: Benares 1780-1830." In The Imperial Impact: Studies in the Economic History of Africa and India, A. Hopkins and C. Dewey, eds., pp. 171-193. London: Athlone Press for the Institute of Commonwealth Studies.
Rulers, Townsmen, and Bazaars: North Indian Society in the Age of British Expansion, 1700-1870. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"Pre-colonial merchants and rationality." Cambridge. Manuscript.
Peasant Society in Konku: A Study of Right and Left Subcastes in South India. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
"Centers and boundaries of regional caste systems: Towards a general model." In Regional Analysis, C. Smith, ed., Vol. 2: 255-288. New York: Academic Press.
"The symbolic merger of body, space and cosmos in Hindu Tamil Nadu." Contributions to Indian Sociology, n.s. 10(2): 213-241.
"Family firms and economic development." Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 24(1).
Bloch, Maurice, and Jonathan Parry
"Introduction: Money and the morality of exchange." In Money and the Morality of Exchange, pp. 1-32. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"Second thoughts on quasi-groups, categories and coalitions." Man, n.s. 6: 468-472.
Outline of a Theory of Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Breckenridge, Carol Appadurai
The Sri Minaksi Sundareshvarar Temple: Worship and Endowments in South India, 1833-1925. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
"From protector to litigant: Changing relations between Hindu temples and the Raja of Ramnad." Indian Economic and Social History Review 14(1): 75-106.
"Scale and social formations in South India, 1350-1750." Paper presented at the Meeting of the Society for South Indian Studies, Madison, Wisconsin, November 2-4.
Patronage and Exploitation: Changing Agrarian Relations in South Gujarat, India. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Brennig, Joseph J.
"Chief merchants and the European enclaves of seventeenth century Coromandel." Modern Asian Studies 11(3): 321-340.
Brohier, R. L.
"Chronological catalogue of letters and reports on Ceylon affairs (1795-1800) in the Madras Record Office." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Society (Ceylon), n.s. 9 (Part 1).
Brown, D. E.
Principles of Social Structure. London: Duckworth.
"More on corporations." In Social Structure and Social Relations [Special issue]. American Anthropologist 11: 813-815.
Buchanan, Francis H.
"A journey from Madras through the counties of Mysore, Canara and Malabar." In A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages, John Pinkerton, ed. Madras: Higginbotham.
"Marriage alliance and the local circle among some Udayars of South India." In American Studies in the Anthropology of India, S. Vatuk, ed. New Delhi: American Institute of Indian Studies.
Old Ceylon or Sketches of Ceylon Life in the Oldest Times. Colombo.
Carrithers, Michael, Steven Collins, and Steven Lukes (eds.)
The Category of the Person: Anthropology, Philosophy, History. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press.
"Colonial perceptions of Indian society and the emergence of caste(s) associations." Journal of Asian Studies 37: 233-255.
"A comparative analysis of systems of kinship and marriage in South Asia." Proceedings of Royal Anthropological Institute, 31-54.
Cave, Henry W.
Golden Tips: A Description of Ceylon and Its Great Tea Industry. London: S. Low Marston.
The Rise and Growth of Economic Nationalism in India. New Delhi.
The Nagarathars of South India: An Essay and a Bibliography on the Nagarathars in India and South-East Asia. Madras: Macmillan Company of India.
"Industrialization in India before 1947: Conventional approaches and alternative perspectives." Modern Asian Studies 19(3): 623-668.
Chaudhuri, K. N.
The English East India Company: The Study of an Early Joint-Stock Company, 1600-1640. London.
The Trading World of Asia and the English East India Company, 1600-1760. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Trade and Civilization in the Indian Ocean: An Economic History from the Rise of Islam to 1750. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chaudhuri, K. N. (ed.)
The Economic Development of India under the East India Company, 1814-58. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Cheng, Siok Hwa
The Rice Industry of Burma, 1852-1940. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press.
Chettiar, A. V. Ramanathan (See Ramanathan Chettiar, A. V.)
Chettiar, M. Ramanathan (See Ramanathan Chettiar, M.)
Chettiar, S. M. Lakshmanan (Somalay) (See Lakshmanan Chettiar, S. M.)
Chettiar, Vr. L. Chinnaiya (See Chinnaiya Chettiar, Vr. L.)
Chettiar Chamber of Commerce
"Ilangayal Nagaratharakalin Theyva Thriupani." In Sri Kasi Nattukkottai Nakarachattiran Natrandu Vila Malar (Tamil), S. M. Lakshmanan Chettiar, ed. Madras.
Chinnaiya Chettiar, Vr. L.
Nattukkottai Nakarattar Sarittiram (Tamil). (Reprint of Subramaniyam Ayyar 1895). Tirunelveli: South India Saiva Siddhantha Works Publishing Society.
Nattukkottai Nakarattar enum Makutatana Vaicyarin Marapu Villakkam. Karaikudi.
"Oral traditions, royal cults and materials for a consideration of the caste system in South India." Journal of Indian Folkloristics 1(1).
"Use of the concept of the "corporation": A choice between colloquialism or distortion." American Anthropologist 73: 1144-1150.
Custom and politics in Urban Africa: A Study of Hausa Migrants in Yoruba Towns. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Cohn, Bernard S.
"The initial British impact on India: A case study of the Benares region." Journal of Asian Studies 19(4): 422.
"Political systems in eighteenth century India: The Banaras region." Journal of the American Oriental Society 82: 312-320.
"Representing authority in Victorian India." In The Invention of Tradition, E. J. Hobsbawm and T. Ranger, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"The Census, social structure and objectification in South Asia." In An Anthropologist among the Historians and Other Essays, pp. 224-254. Delhi: Oxford University Press.
"The jajmani system in North India: An examination of its logic and status across two centuries." Modern Asian Studies 17: 283-311.
Conlon, Frank F.
A Caste in a Changing World: The Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmans, 1700-1935. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Cooper, Chester L.
Money-Lenders and the Economic Development of Lower Burma: An Exploratory Historical Study of the Role of Indian Chettiars. Ph.D. dissertation, American University, Washington, D.C.
"A sketch of the commercial resources and monetary and mercantile system of British India, with suggestions for their improvement by means of banking establishments." Reprinted in The Economic Development of India under the East India Company 1814-58, K. N. Chaudhuri, ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Curtin, Philip D.
Cross-cultural trade in world history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Daniel, E. Valentine
Fluid Signs: Being a Person the Tamil Way. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Darling, Sir Malcolm
The Punjab Peasant in Prosperity and Debt. Bombay: Oxford University Press.
"The uses of liminality: Society and cosmos in Hinduism." Contributions to Indian Society 10(2): 245-263.
Das Gupta, Ashin
Malabar in Asian Trade, 1740-1800. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"Trade and politics in 18th century India." In Islam and the Trade of Asia: A Colloquium, D. S. Richards, ed., pp. 181-214. Oxford: Bruno Casirer.
Indian Merchants and the Decline of Surat, c. 1700-1750. Wiesbaden: Franz Stein Verlag.
Das Gupta, Ashin, and Michael Pearson (eds.)
India and the Indian Ocean, 1500-1800. Calcutta.
"Until marriage do us part: A cultural account of Jaffna Tamil categories for kinsman." Man, n.s. 8: 521-535.
"Hierarchy and equivalence in Jaffna, North Sri Lanka: Normative codes as mediator." In The New Wind: Changing Identities in South Asia, K. David, ed., pp. 179-226. The Hague: Mouton.
"A philosophy of Hindu rank from rural West Bengal." Journal of Asian Studies 36(1): 5-24.
Day, David H.
"The Nattukottai Chettiars of Tamilnadu: Explorations in the economic history of an entrepreneurial community." In South Asian Varia, pp. 65-77. Syracuse University Occasional Paper Series, No. 1. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University.
Derret, J. Duncan
"Rajadharma." Journal of Asian Studies 35(4): 597-610.
Deyell, John S.
"Numismatic methodology in the estimation of Mughal currency output." Indian Economic and Social History Review 13: 375-392.
Dirks, Nicholas B.
"Political authority and structural change in early South Indian history." Indian Economic and Social History Review 13(2): 125-157.
"The structure and meaning of political relations in a South Indian little kingdom." Contributions to Indian Sociology, n.s. 13(2): 169-204.
"The royal Kallars of Pudukottai." Ann Arbor. Manuscript.
The Hollow Crown: Ethnohistory of an Indian Little Kingdom. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"The invention of caste: Civil society in colonial India." Social Analysis 25: 42-52.
Urban Leadership in Western India: Politics and Communities in Bombay City 1840-1885. London: Oxford University Press.
"The Dravidian kinship terminology as an expression of marriage." Man 53: 34-39. (Reprinted in Dumont 1983.)
Une Sous-Caste de L'Inde du Sud: Organisation Sociale et Religion des Pramalai Kallar. Paris: Mouton.
"Hierarchy and marriage alliance in South Indian Kinship." Occasional Papers of the Royal Anthropological Institute, No. 12. London: Royal Anthropological Institute. (Reprinted in Dumont 1983.)
"A. M. Hocart on casteâ¦£128;âReligion and power." Contributions to Indian Sociology 2: 45-63.
"A structural definition of a folk deity of Tamil Nad: Aiyanar the Lord." Contributions to Indian Sociology 3: 75-87.
"Marriage in India: The present state of the question. Part 1: Marriage alliance in S.E. India and Ceylon." Contributions to Indian Sociology 5: 75-95.
"The conception of kingship in ancient India." Contributions to Indian Sociology 6: 48-77.
"A note on locality in relation to descent." Contributions to Indian Sociology 7: 71-76.
Dravidien et Kariera: l'Alliance de mariage dans l'Inde et en Australie. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Textes de Sciences Sociales, 14. The Hague: Mouton.
From Mandeville to Marx. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Homo Hierarchicus: The Caste System and Its Implications. Chicago. University of Chicago Press.
Affinity as a Value: Marriage Alliance in South India with Comparative Essays on Australia. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
Essays on Individualism: Modern Ideology in Anthropological Perspective. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Dutt, Romesh Chunder
The Economic History of India in the Victorian Age. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Elayathakudi Devasthanam (See Ilayathakudi Devastanam)
Emeneau, M. B.
"Language and social forms: A study of Toda kinship terms and dual descent." In Language, Culture and Personality: Essays in Memory of Edward Sapir, L. Spier, A. I. Hallowell, and S. S. Newman, eds. Menasha: Sapir Memorial Publication Fund.
Evans-Pritchard, E. E.
The Nuer: A Description of the Modes of Livelihood and Political Institutions of a Nilotic People. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
"Chettiar moneylenders in Southeast Asia." In Asie Du Sud: Traditions et Changements, pp. 635-645. Paris: Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, No. 582.
Time and the Other: How Anthropology Makes Its Object. New York: Columbia University Press.
Fabricius, J. P.
Tamil and English Dictionary. 4th edition. Tranquebar: Evangelical Lutheran Mission Publishing House.
Trade, Kinship and Islamization: A Comparative Study of the Social and Economic Organisation of Muslim and Hindu Traders in Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu. Ph.D. dissertation, London School of Economics, London University.
"The structure of unilineal groups." American Anthropologist 55: 17-41.
Fox, Richard G.
From Zamindar to Ballot Box: Community Change in a North Indian Market Town. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Francis, W. F.
Gazetteer for Madurai. Madras: Government of India.
Freeman, J. D.
"On the concept of the kindred." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 91: 192-220.
Fried, Morton H.
"The classification of corporate unilineal descent groups." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 87(1): 1-29.
Frykenberg, Robert Eric
Guntur District, 1788-1848: A History of Local Influence and Central Authority in South India. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Fuller, C. J.
"Gods, priests and purity: On the relations between Hinduism and the caste system." Man, n.s. 14: 459-476.
"The government and the temple: The Madurai Minaksi Temple priests, 1937-1980." Paper presented at the Seventh European Conference on Modern Asian Studies, London, July 7-11.
Servants of the Goddess: The Priests of a South Indian Temple. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"Misconceiving the grain heap: A critique of the concept of the Indian jajmani system." In Money and the Morality of Exchange, M. Bloch and J. Parry, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
The Camphor Flame: Popular Hinduism and Society in India. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
John Company at Work. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Furnivall, J. S.
Colonial Policy and Practice. New York: New York University Press.
Gadgil, D. R.
Origins of the Modern Indian Business Class. New York: International Secretariat of the Institute of Pacific Relations.
Gallager, J., Gordon Johnson, and Anil Seal
Locality, Province and Nation: Essays on Indian Politics, 1870-1940. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Peddlers and Princes: Social Change and Economic Modernization in Two Indonesian Towns. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
"Thick description: Towards an interpretive theory of culture." In The Interpretation of Cultures, pp. 3-33. New York: Basic Books.
"Suq: The bazaar economy in Sefrou." In Meaning and Order in Moroccan Society: Three Essays in Cultural Analysis, Clifford Geertz, Hilda Geertz, and Lawrence Rosen, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chaos: Making a New Science. New York: Viking Press.
"The actor and the act: Categories of prestation in South India." Man, n.s. 17: 23-41.
The Female Bridegroom: A Comparative Study of Life-Crisis Rituals in South India and Sri Lanka. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Goodenough, Ward H.
Description and Comparison in Cultural Anthropology. Chicago: Aldine.
"Corporations: Reply to Cochrane." American Anthropologist 73: 1150-1152.
The Developmental Cycle in Domestic Groups. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Commerce and Crafts in Gujarat, 16th and 17th Centuries: A Study in the Impact of European Expansion on Precapitalist Economy. New Delhi: People's Publishing House.
Rural Society in Southeast India. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
"The jajmani system of North India: Its structure, magnitude and meaning." Ethnology 3: 12-41.
"Political survey of the Northern Circars." In Fifth Report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons on the Affairs of the East India Company, W. K. Firminger, ed., Volume 3. Calcutta.
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"Indulgence and abundance as Asian peasant values: A Bengali case in point." Journal of Asian Studies 44: 831-850.
Gurney, J. D.
The Debts of the Nawab of Arcot 1763-1776. Ph. D. dissertation. Oxford University.
"Banking in Mughal India." In Contributions to Indian Economic History, T. Raychauduri, ed., Vol. 1. Calcutta: K. L. Mukhopadhyay.
"Potentialities of capitalistic development in the economy of Mughal India." Journal of Economic History 24(1).
"The system of bills of exchange (hundis) in the Mughal Empire." In Proceedings of the Indian History Congress, 33rd Session, Muzatarppur, 1972, pp. 290-303. New Delhi.
"The technology and economy of Mughal India." Indian Economic and Social History Review 17: 1-34.
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Habib, Irfan, and Tapan Raychaudhuri
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Hall, Kenneth R.
Trade and Statecraft in the Age of Colas. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications.
Hardgrave, Robert L., Jr.
The Nadars of Tamilnad: The Political Culture of a Community in Change. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Harper, Edward B.
"A Hindu village pantheon." Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 15: 227-234.
"Ritual pollution as an integrator of caste and religion." In Religion in South Indian, E. Harper, ed. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Transitional Trade and Rural Development: The Nature and Role of Agricultural Trade in a South Indian District. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House.
Capitalism and Peasant Farming: Agrarian Structure and Ideology in Northern Tamil Nadu. Bombay: Oxford University Press.
Haynes, Douglas E.
Rhetoric and Ritual in Colonial India: The Shaping of a Public Culture in Surat City, 1852-1928. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Hazelhurst, Leighton W.
Entrepreneurship and the Merchant Castes in a Punjabi City. Duke University Program in Comparative Studies on Southern Asia, Monograph and Occasional Paper Series, No. 1. Durham: Duke University.
Hobsbawm, E. J., and T. Ranger
The Invention of Tradition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hocart, A. M.
Caste: A Comparative Study. London: Methuen.
Hubert, Henri, and Marcel Mauss
Sacrifice: Its Nature and Function. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Administration Report of the Elayathakudi Devastanam. Karaikudi: Chettinadu Press.
Ilayattakudi Manmiyum. Ilayattakudi.
Inden, R. B.
"Orientalist constructions in India." Modern Asian Studies 20(3): 401-446.
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Inden, R. B., and R. W. Nicholas
Kinship in Bengali Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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Irschick, Eugene F.
Politics and Social Conflict in South India: The Non-Brahman Movement and Tamil Separatism, 1916-1929. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
"A note on the business combine in India, with special reference to the Nattukkottai Chettiars." Developing Economies (Tokyo) A: 367-380.
Kane, P. V.
History of Dharmasastra, Vol. 1. Poona: Government Oriental Series.
History of Dharmasastra, Vol. 3. Poona: Government Oriental Series.
Kannangara, D. M.
"Formative influences in Ceylon's banking development." Ceylon Journal of History and Social Studies 3(1): 82-95.
"A generalization of the cross/parallel distinction." American Anthropologist 67: 30-43.
"On the multiplicity of cross/parallel distinctions." American Anthropologist 69: 83-85.
Khare, Ravindra S.
The changing Brahmans: Associations and elites among the Kanya-Kubjas of North India. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
Business and Politics in India. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
"The cultural biography of things: Commoditization as process." In The Social Life of Things: Commodities in Cultural Perspective, A. Appadurai, ed., pp. 95-109. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
The Hindu Temple. Calcutta: University of Calcutta.
Indigenous Banking in South India. Bombay: Bombay State Cooperative Union.
Krishna Rao, M. V. G.
"Salt industry in the Circars: From 1776-1805." Journal of the Andhra Historical Society 29(3-4): 71-82.
Land and Caste in South India. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Lakshmanan Chettiar, S. M. (Somalay)
Chettinadum Tamilum (Tamil). Madras.
Calcutta. In Sri Kasi Nattukkottai Nakarachattiram Natrandu Vila Malar (Tamil), S. M. Lakshmanan Chettiar, ed. Madras.
LakshmananChettiar, S. M. (ed.)
Sri Kasi Nattukkottai Nakarachattiram Natrandu Vila Malar, SKNNNVM (Tamil). Madras.
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