First Online: April 17, 2001
Page Last Updated: June 13, 2013
"Indian history is on sound foundation" -- says R.C.
Majumdar in a 1979 interview with Jyotsna Kamat.
|Father of Indology
Krishnanand Kamat pays tribute to William Jones, who restarted the
study of India in the 18th century.
Jyotsna Kamat remembers the contributions of Veer Savarkar, both as
a freedom fighter and as a historian.
Is it ironic that some of the the most comprehensive study of Hindu
India of the middle ages is performed by an Islamic scholar?
Jyotsna Kamat remembers Professor Saletore, her guru of history.
|Social Change in
Interview with Suryanath Kamath on causes of social change in India.
Excerpts from the Chinese scholar's notes of Indian travel in A.D.
|Biography of D.D.
Jyotsna Kamat profiles the hardships and achievements of a great
Buddhist scholar of modern times.
|Man Who Found Saraswati
The accidental 1977 interview with historian Wakankar who
traced the dried up basin of river Saraswati.
|Epigraphist P.B. Desai
Biographical sketch of epigraphist Pandurangrao Bhimrao Desai.
This is a list of historians (of both
Indian and foreign origin) who studied the history of India, that we (the
Kamats) were fortunate to interact with, or whose works we have studied, and not a survey of all of
great Indian historians.