A short history of Baglan

Baglan is a backward taluka of Nashik district an important region in history. A short history of Baglan book deals with not only military and political history of Baglan, but also describes the life and times of the people of area the Bhils and Konkanas written by Wing Commander (retd.) Dr. Mukund S. Naravane. It is thus socio-economic history as well with maps and diagrams of related forts and area around Baglan.

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There is a need for the regional histories as they are the vital part of the historiography of India. The author, who was spent a great deal of time in Baglan, has tried to fill this gap. Baglan, which is a backward taluka of Nashik district an important region in history. The main lines of communication between Gujarat and Deccan, Khandesh and Nashik, passed through Baglan. Its orchards were famous, producing fruit which graced the imperial tables at Agra and Delhi. The phad system of irrigation was equally famous and important used by other states. This book deals with not only military and political history of Baglan, but also describes the life and times of the people of area- the Bhils and Konkanas. It is thus socio-economic history as well with maps and diagrams of related forts and area around Baglan.

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Weight 250 g
Dimensions 14 × 1 × 21.5 cm
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First Edition

1997

Format

Paperback

Language

English

Pages

131

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