Research Assistance (Medieval Indian History)


MANUSHI Centre For Law Justice & Civilizational Studies


The hiring for this internship will be online and the company will provide work from home/ deferred joining till current COVID-19 situation improves



No. of Openings


4 Months

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About the internship

Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:

1. Conducting research in themes related to medieval history, sociology and political science
2. Collecting reliable information from primary and secondary sources on the early invaders, starting the invasion of Sindh by Mohammad Bin Qasim followed by Mohammad Ghori, Mehmood Ghori, Mahmud of Ghazni, Timur, Nadir Shah, Ahmad Shah Abdali, Delhi Sultanate, and the Mughals
3. Gathering material from original as well as secondary sources, especially writings of Islamic historians of the time
4. Compiling material from original sources without going into the analysis of the material

Note: We need researchers who are culturally rooted and are not given to viewing Indian social reality through imported lenses.

Who can apply

Only those candidates can apply who:

1. are available for full time (in-office) internship

2. can start the internship between 22nd May'21 and 26th Jun'21

3. are available for duration of 4 months

4. are from Delhi and neighboring cities

5. have relevant skills and interests

* Women wanting to start/restart their career can also apply.

Other requirements

1. MA, M.Phil degree in history, sociology, or political science will be preferred

2. Experience in handling archival material and sources are required



Letter of recommendation

Flexible work hours

Additional Information

If the candidate proves competent, the remuneration may be revised after 2 months.

About Organization

The center offers an Indic paradigm for the study of our society, culture, law, governance & civilizational history. It prioritizes research that helps us better understand the life-situations of the people of our country, especially of women and vulnerable communities, investigates important social and political issues in a non-partisan manner, promotes a greater understanding of and respect for our diverse cultures and faith traditions, and counters the distortion of our past heritage. It explores ways to make our familial, cultural, and social institutions respond creatively to the changing requirements of our people.Our center promotes informed activism among concerned citizens instead of interventions based on mere emotive responses, provides policy inputs to the government as and when required, and all while working for improving laws and government policies so that they become instruments of empowering citizens instead of tyrannizing them.

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