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Assistant Professor

Qualification : M. Phil, Ph.D. (JNU)
Specialization: Medieval Indian History
Experience :
  1. Assistant Professor, Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi (02.01.2017 to 02. 02. 2017).
  2. Assistant Professor, Ramjas College, University of Delhi (09. 08. 2017 to 05.08.2019)

    Research Highlights

    My Ph.D. thesis titled ‘Kinship, Power and Legitimacy: A Study of Maratha Confederates in the Eighteenth Century’ is an exploration of the history of the social and political developments within the Maratha Confederacy, based on kinship and family politics. It is a modest contribution to the existing historiography in that it offers a new analytical construct by focusing on the kinship politics playing out amongst the Shindes, Holkars and Gaekwads and its larger impact on Maratha power.
    Along with the family and kinship politics of eighteenth century my interest areas are Maratha History, Political and Economic History of Eighteenth-Century India with Specialization in Maratha Confederacy, History of Peshwa, Cities and Urbanizations, Environmental history, Legal history, History and Anthropology.

    Full Publication List

    • Publications:
    1. Kumar, Anil. (2016). Post Panipat Maratha Policies: A Case Study of Re-emergence of Maratha Power in Hindustan. History Research Journal, No. XXI, November 2016, pp. 49-58
    2. Kumar, Anil. (2016). Role of Regional Power and Local Elites in the Expansion of Maratha Confederacy in Upper India”, Vidya Vimarsha, Vol. 3, No. 2 (April –June). pp. 45-51.
    3. Kumar, Anil. (2016). Apotheosis of Equality: Realities from Ambedkar’s Perspective”, UPJSSR, Vol.7, No. 2. pp. 37-42.
    4. Kumar, Anil. (2016). Maratha Penetration in Bengal and Bihar: A Study of Ascendancy of Peshwa and Bholse, 1742-1752”, UPJSSR, Vol.7, No.1, pp. 15-21.
    5. Kumar, Anil. (2017). Shivaji two Raids on Surat and their Consequences. Omshiva Ligade edt. Janta Raja: Shivchatrapati, Aruna Parkashan, Latur.
    6. Kumar, Anil. (2020). From acquiescence to Dominance: Three Maratha Families- Shinde, Holkar and Gaekwad1700-1800 CE. Umesh Ashok Kadam edt., Medieval Deccan: an Era of Transition, Maratha State and Age of Conflicts, Challenges and Collaboration, Lambert, Mauritius, pp. 63-72.
    b. Patent: c. Book:

    My Ph.D. thesis titled ‘Kinship, Power and Legitimacy: A Study of Maratha Confederates in the Eighteenth Century' is an exploration of the history of the social and political developments within the Maratha Confederacy, based on kinship and family politics. It is a modest contribution to the existing historiography in that it offers a new analytical construct by focusing on the kinship politics playing out amongst the Shindes, Holkars and Gaekwads and its larger impact on Maratha power.

    Along with the family and kinship politics of eighteenth century my interest areas are Maratha History, Political and Economic History of Eighteenth-Century India with Specialization in Maratha Confederacy, History of Peshwa, Cities and Urbanizations, Environmental history, Legal history, History and Anthropology.

    • Publications:
    1. Kumar, Anil. (2016). Post Panipat Maratha Policies: A Case Study of Re-emergence of Maratha Power in Hindustan. History Research Journal, No. XXI, November 2016, pp. 49-58
    2. Kumar, Anil. (2016). Role of Regional Power and Local Elites in the Expansion of Maratha Confederacy in Upper India”, Vidya Vimarsha, Vol. 3, No. 2 (April –June). pp. 45-51.
    3. Kumar, Anil. (2016). Apotheosis of Equality: Realities from Ambedkar’s Perspective”, UPJSSR, Vol.7, No. 2. pp. 37-42.
    4. Kumar, Anil. (2016). Maratha Penetration in Bengal and Bihar: A Study of Ascendancy of Peshwa and Bholse, 1742-1752”, UPJSSR, Vol.7, No.1, pp. 15-21.
    5. Kumar, Anil. (2017). Shivaji two Raids on Surat and their Consequences. Omshiva Ligade edt. Janta Raja: Shivchatrapati, Aruna Parkashan, Latur.
    6. Kumar, Anil. (2020). From acquiescence to Dominance: Three Maratha Families- Shinde, Holkar and Gaekwad1700-1800 CE. Umesh Ashok Kadam edt., Medieval Deccan: an Era of Transition, Maratha State and Age of Conflicts, Challenges and Collaboration, Lambert, Mauritius, pp. 63-72.
    b. Patent:
    c. Book:
    • Awards:
    • National Eligibility Test, (NET), UGC-NET, December 2014.

      Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), UGC-NET, June 2015.

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