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Cantira Tattar, Ramēca
Datta, Ramesh Chandra
Datta, Romeśa Candra
Datta, Romesh Chandra
Datta, Romesh Chunder
Dutt, R. C.
Dutt, Ramesh C.
Dutt, Romesh C.
Dutt, Romesh Chander
Dutt (Romesh Chandra)
Dutt, Romesh Chunder
Ramēca Cantira Tattar
Rameśa Candra Datta
Ramesh Chandra Datta
Romeśa Candra Datta
Romesh Chander Dutt
Romesh Chandra Datta
Romesh Chandra Dutt
Romesh Chunder Datta
Romesh Chunder Dutt
Romesh Chunder Dutt (Historian, economist, writer, translator, civil servant, politician)
Romesh Chunder Dutt (Indiaas econoom (1848-1909))
Tattar, Ār. Si
Tattar, Ramēca Cantira
Dutt, Ajoy C.
Dutt, Ajoy C. (1879-)
Dutt, Ajoy Chunder (1879-)
Jackson, A.V. Williams (1862-1937)
Jackson, Abraham Valentine Williams (1862-1937)
Müller, F. Max
Ratcliffe, S. K.
Smith, Vincent Arthur (1848-1920)
Zeeman, C.F. (1828-1906)
Zeeman, Catharinus Forandinus (1828-1906)
A history of civilisation in Ancient India based on Sanskrit literature
A History of civilization in ancient India, based on Sanscrit literature, by Romesh Chunder Dutt,...
Ancient India, 2000 B. C.-800 A. D.
brief history of ancient and modern Bengal, A : for the use of schools
Buddhism & Buddhist civilisation in India, 1983:
economic history of India under early British rule from the rise of the British power in 1757 to the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837, The
en ander over Britsch-Indië, Een
England and India, a record of progress during a hundred years (1785-1885), by Romesh C. Dutt,...
Famines and land assessments in India, by Romesh C. Dutt,...
Hinduśāstra : naẏa khaṇḍa ekatre eka khaṇḍe
History of civilization in ancient India. Selections
India, essays on economy, governance, and religion in the 19th Century
India in the Victorian age. -
Indian famines, their causes and prevention.
Land problems in India
Later Hindu civilisation, A. D. 500 to A. D. 1200, based on Sanskrit literature
Lays of ancient India, selections from Indian poetry rendered into English verse, by Romesh Chunder Dutt,...
literature of Bengal; a biographical and critical history from the earliest times, closing with a review of intellectual progress under British rule in India;, The
Maha-Bharata, The : condensed into English verse
Mahabharata the epic of ancient India
Mahārāshṭra jībana prabhāta.
Maʻāshī tārīk̲h̲-i Hind
Mātavī kaṅkaṇam, 1940:
Muktālatā Translated from Kshemendra's Kalpalata Pallava VII
Open letters to Lord Curzon ... 1986:
Open letters to Lord Curzon on famines and land assessments in India, by Romesh C. Dutt,...
peasantry of Bengal being a view of their condition under the Hindu, the Mahomedan, and the English rule, and a consideration of the means calculated to improve their future prospects
Pratap Singh, the last of the Rajputs : a tale of Rajput courage and chivalry
Rājaputa jībana sandhyā.
Ramayana, and the Mahabharata, The
Ramayana, The : epic of Rama, prince of India : condensed into English verse
Rambles in India during twenty-four years 1871 to 1895, by Romesh Chunder Dutt,...
Selected works. Bengali. [from old catalog]
Sivaji a historical tale of the great Mahratta hero & patriot
Sudhāhāsinī sāṃsārika navalakathā
The Civilization of India
The Economic history of British India. A record of agriculture and land settlements, trade and manufacturing industries, finance and administration from the rise of the British power in 1757 to the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837, by Romesh Dutt,...
The Economic history of India in the Victorian age
The Economic history of India under early British rule... by Romesh Dutt,... 4th edition
The Litterature of Bengal : a biographical and critical history from the earliest times closing with a review of intellectual progress under British rule in India. By Romesh Chunder Dutt, Revised edition...
The peasantry of Bengal being a view of their condition under the Hindu, the Mahomedan, and the English rule, and a consideration of the means calculated to improve their future prospects
The Ramayana and the Mahabharata, condensed into English verse by Romesch C. Dutt. [A note on the late Romesch C. Dutt, by C. K. Ratcliffe.]
Todar Mull, the conqueror of Bengal; an historical novel
Vālmīki .Rāmāyaṇa. English. Selections730 0