Anshu Malhotra, Piro and the Gulabdasis: Gender, Sect and Society in Punjab. xlviii + 358 pp. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2017

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https://doi.org/10.12797/CIS.20.2018.02.13

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Malhotra, A. 2002. Gender, Caste, and Religious Identities: Restructuring Class in Colonial Punjab. New York: Oxford University Press.

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Williams, T., A. Malhotra and J.S. Hawley (eds.). 2018. Text and Tradition in Early Modern North India. London: Oxford University Press.

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2018-12-31

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Browarczyk, Monika. 2018. “Anshu Malhotra, Piro and the Gulabdasis: Gender, Sect and Society in Punjab. Xlviii + 358 Pp. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2017”. Cracow Indological Studies 20 (2):283-90. https://doi.org/10.12797/CIS.20.2018.02.13.