K. M. Panikkar

Kavalam Madhava Panikkar
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Membre de la Rajya Sabha
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MysoreVoir et modifier les données sur Wikidata
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Université de Calcutta, gouvernement indien, University of Kashmir (en), Chamber of Princes (en), Hindustan Times, université de MysoreVoir et modifier les données sur Wikidata

Kavalam Madhava Panikkar (), était un romancier, journaliste, historien, administrateur et diplomate. Il est né au Travancore et a été éduqué en Madras et à l'université d'Oxford[1].

Après une période en tant que professeur à l'université musulmane d'Aligarh et plus tard à l'université de Calcutta, il devient rédacteur en chef de l'Hindustan Times en 1925[2],[3].

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  • 1920: Essays on Educational Reconstruction in India
  • 1922: Sri Harsha of Kanauj: a monograph on the history of India in the first half of the 7th century A. D.
  • 1923: Indian Nationalism: its origin, history, and ideals
  • 1928: The Working of Dyarchy in India, 1919–1928
  • 1929: The Evolution of British Policy towards Indian States, 1774–1858
  • 1929: Malabar and the Portuguese: being a history of the relations of the Portuguese with Malabar from 1500 to 1663
  • 1930: The Founding of the Kashmir State: a biography of Maharajah Gulab Singh, 1792–1858
  • 1930: Federal India
  • 1932: Indian States and the Government of India
  • 1934: The New Empire: letters to a Conservative Member of Parliament on the future of England and India
  • 1936: The Indian Princes in Council: a record of the chancellorship of His Highness, the Maharaja of Patiala, 1926–1931 and 1933–1936
  • 1937: His Highness the Maharaja of Bikaner: a biography
  • 1938: Hinduism and the modern world
  • 1942: The States and the Constitutional Settlement
  • 1943: Indian States
  • 1944: The Strategic Problems of the Indian Ocean
  • 1945: India and the Indian Ocean: an essay on the influence of sea power on Indian history
  • 1947: India through the Ages
  • 1953: Asia and Western Dominance: a survey of the Vasco Da Gama epoch of Asian history, 1498–1945
  • 1954: A Survey of Indian History
  • 1954: In Two Chinas: memoirs of a diplomat
  • 1956: The Principles and Practice of Diplomacy
  • 1957: Voice of Truth, a topical symposium: replies to attacks on Christians and missionaries in India
  • 1957: India and China: a study of cultural relations
  • 1958: The Determining Periods of Indian History
  • 1960: A History of Kerala, 1498–1801
  • 1960: The State and the Citizen
  • 1961: Hindu Society at Cross Roads
  • 1961: Essential Features of India Culture
  • 1962: In Defence of Liberalism
  • 1963: Studies in Indian History
  • 1963: The Ideas of Sovereignty and State in Indian Political Thought
  • 1963: The Foundations of New India
  • 1963: The Himalayas in Indian Life
  • 1964: A Survey of Indian History
  • 1964: Hinduism & the West: a study in challenge and response
  • 1964: The Serpent and the Crescent: a history of the Negro empires of western Africa
  • 1965: Lectures on India's Contact with the World in the pre-British Period
  • 1966: The Twentieth Century
  • 1967: Caste and Democracy & Prospects of Democracy in India
  • 1969: Geographical Factors in Indian History
  • 1977: An Autobiography

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  1. Lewandowski, Susan (February 1979). "Review: An Autobiography. by K. M. Panikkar, K. Krishnamurthy". The Journal of Asian Studies. 38 (2): 396–397. doi:10.2307/2053469. JSTOR 2053469.
  2. Lewandowski, Susan (February 1979). "Review: An Autobiography. by K. M. Panikkar, K. Krishnamurthy". The Journal of Asian Studies. 38 (2): 396–397. doi:10.2307/2053469. JSTOR 2053469.
  3. An Autobioagraphy, K M Panikkar, (Madras: Oxford University Press, 1977)

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