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Index
Addiction, 6, 24, 202 n. 22
Adivasi. See Tribes and tribals
Agamben, Giorgio, 145, 227 n. 50
Ahimsa. See Nonviolence
Alavi, Seema, 45
Alter, Joseph, 75, 77, 84, 103, 214 n. 3
Ambedkar, B. R., 102, 211 n. 116, 220
n. 92
Anderson, Benedict, 225 n. 30
Anglo-Indians, 2–3, 11, 15–16, 29, 42,
127, 158–61, 195 n. 2, 201 n. 10; anx-
ieties of, concerning purity, 25–26,
31–37, 58–65, 207 n. 76; creole cul-
ture of, 20, 56–57, 60, 203 n. 29, 210
n. 108; Indian Mutiny of 1857 and, 39,
52, 50–57, 60–65, 70–74, 207 n. 77,
208 n. 83, 209 n. 98; mixed race
unions and, 56, 209 n. 93
Animals, non-human, 27, 29, 43, 64,
69, 130–40, 163, 194; as atavism
and anachronism, 139–40; com-
munication with, 145–46, 148–49,
229 n. 84; Derrida on, 145–46, 148,
230 n. 86, 230 n. 92, 231 n. 93; ex-
tinction discourse and, 126, 140,
142, 144; human permeability with,
28, 30, 124, 138, 149; representing
subaltern subjects as, 123–24, 127,
131, 140, 144, 147–48; vegetarianism
and, 29, 92–93, 105, 108–9, 192, 231
n. 103
Anthropophagy. See Cannibalism
Apad dharma, 107, 112
Appadurai, Arjun, 17, 19, 166, 168–69,
175, 178–79, 225 n. 30, 237 n. 66,
238 n. 93
Arnold, David, 7, 199 n. 60, 226 n. 38
Arnold, Edwin, 87, 92
Autoethnography, 27, 161, 169–71, 178
Ayurveda. See Medicine
Bahadur Shah II, 36, 38, 49, 51, 181,
221 n. 118
Bahri, Deepika, 155, 167, 220 n. 82,
232 n. 22
Banerji, Chitrita, 161, 169
Barthes, Roland, 136, 234 n. 42, 236
n. 62
Battle of Plassey, 37
Baucom, Ian, 42, 70, 74, 213 n. 148
Bayly, C. A., 39, 203 n. 26, 203 n. 29,
207 n. 76
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