Archive / Papers / Chandavarkar Papers: Box 12


Donated by Dr J.S. Davis

Papers of Dr Rajnarayan (Raj) S. Chandavarkar, Trinity College, Cambridge. Faculty of History, Cambridge and Director of the Centre of South Asian Studies, 2001-2006. Papers relating to teaching in Cambridge and to research on mills, labour activism and police in Bombay [Mumbai], 1920s and 1930s.

  • British Engineers’ Apprenticeship in Irrigation Technology, The Restoration of Old Canals in North India, 1810-1840s, February 13th, 1935.
  • Exports of Opium from India to China.
  • Estimated city sizes in UP region.
  • Ahmedabad Cotton Mills report, 31st Aug 1922.
  • Managing Committee of the Indian Merchants Chamber and Bureau 1918-1940.
  • Report on the Enquiry into wages, hours of work and conditions of employment in the retail trade of some towns of the Bombay Presidency, Labour Office Government of Bombay.
  • Report on and Enquiry into working class family budgets in Bombay City.
  • Report to ‘Mahatmaji’
  • A letter to ‘Reverend Mahatmaji Gandhi’
  • A letter to Bala Saheb, 10/4/1939.
  • Letter to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
  • In a peaceful village this happens if you fill the war fund.
  • Dadar district, Personnel of the taluka congress samities.
  • Bombay secret abstract, C of P special branch file 3036/H/I-23-28 of 1935.
  • Newspaper clipping ‘Bombay Congress Committee, appointment of sub-committee’, C of P special branch file 3036/H/I-23-28 of 1935.