DISTRICT OF KASUR (PUNJAB) SINCE NINETIETH CENTURY
This article deals with the socio-political conditions of the district of Kasur in the colonial and post-colonial Punjab. The study tries to answer the questions pertaining to the Kasur’s importance and development during colonial Punjab. In addition, effort has been made to assess the appropriation of local resources and exploitation of manpower in Kasur by the colonial rulers during world war first. Then, this article also tries to locate the local political power pockets in Kasur during the final years of freedom movement. And, at last, the study moves on to enlist several administrative-cum-historical developments up to 2010 in the district of Kasur.
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