|Author/Contributor(s):||Grewal, J S ; Banga, Indu|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
in captivity without any recourse to judicial appeal. Set against the backdrop of Indian nationalism, Sikh resurgence, and British paramountcy, J.S. Grewal and Indu Banga trace the Maharaja's political career, revealing the devious ways in which the paramount power dealt with traditional nobility. They explore his career, education, and upbringing to
explain his ideological stance, appreciation for Indian nationalism, and his active involvement in the Sikh reformist movement. Moved by Panthic and nationalist concerns, the Maharaja of Nabha bridged 'Indian India' and British India through the concerns he affirmed, reforms he introduced, and the causes he espoused as a patriot.