Bequeathed by Dr (Thomas George) Percival Spear. Lecturer, St Stephen’s College, Delhi 1924-40; various posts in Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India 1940-45; Bursar, Selwyn College, Cambridge 1945-70; Lecturer in History, Cambridge University 1963-69.
This box was previusly listed as Box 62.
- Copy of typed article/lecture [author unknown] beginning “Religious thinking in India has taken three main directions. They are known as Jnana Marga, Bhakti Marga and Karma Marga. Marga means a way. The first one is the way of knowledge, the second of devotion and the third of works……..”
- Folder containing correspondence re MAs in Area Studies, 1975
- Dissertation towards an MA in Area Studies, South Asia, A.R. Hudson, 1981, “Hindu Influence on Mughal Architecture”
- Notes on the setting up of The Centre of South Asian Studies
- Folder containing corrrespondence, book reviews, thesis reports etc. and ‘The Cambridge Journal, vol.III no.7, April 1950’ for the article”