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Miri Sujata

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About this Item: Har-Anand Publications. Condition: New. pp. vi + 197 , Maps. Seller Inventory # 7848204

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Goswami Sandhya Miri Sujata Roy Ramashray

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About this Item: Anshah Publishing House. Condition: New. pp. x + 213. Seller Inventory # 7603282

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Sujata Miri

Published by Mittal Publications, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 817099912X ISBN 13: 9788170999126

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2004. N.A. Condition: New. viii, 206 p. ,The book consists primarily of papers presented at a Seminar on ?Rationality and Tribal Thought? organised by the Department of Philosophy of North-Eastern Hill University in the year 2001. The papers deal with issues ranging from the intricacies of the concept of rationality embedded in modern Western thought to detailed consideration of tribal currents of thought, action and life and the problem of understanding that they throw up. The book fills an important gap in our efforts to come to grips with the ideas of diversity, plurality and unity. Seller Inventory # 252067

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Ramashray Roy, Sujata Miri, Sandhya Goswami

Published by Shipra Publications, Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Shipra Publications, Delhi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. 213+x. Seller Inventory # 584363

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Miri Sujata

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd. Condition: New. pp. xiii + 205. Seller Inventory # 373682346

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Sujata Miri

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. First Edition. xiii+205pp. Seller Inventory # 437566

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Sujata Miri

Published by Mittal Publications, New Delhi (2005)

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2005. N.A. Condition: New. [69] p. : col. ill. , 19 x 25 cm.pp The book is a product of several years of the author?s experience of life among the tribes of the north-east. Sujata Miri has painted in many different styles; however, the particular style of paining, which is more or less uniformly evident in the paintings reproduced in this volume, is not the result of a conceptually planned scheme, but comes spontaneously from the depth of her mainly intuitive musings about tribal imagination and creativity. Perhaps it was her dissatisfaction with abstract discursive, stereotypic descriptions of life in tribal India that led her to take to painting in this particular genre and rely on her intuitive understanding of things rather than philosophical and anthropological ratiocination. The point that is being forcefully made is that tribal life can be articulated perhaps with much greater authenticity through the medium of painting than that through words. The paintings are, of course, also meant to be enjoyed just as paintings, and not simply as depicting some form of life or other. Seller Inventory # 252393

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Sujata Miri

Published by Spectrum, Delhi (2001)

ISBN 10: 8187502355 ISBN 13: 9788187502357

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About this Item: Spectrum, Delhi, 2001. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. The modern divide. 2. Nature - a thing of beauty. 3. Back to ethics. 4. The tribesman as the interlocutor. Appendix. "Ethics and Environment takes a critical look at the growing literature on the possibility of a moral discourse of which the human reality is not the exclusive domain. The "modern" man's ethical concern with the environment in its diverse form remains, according to the author, inadequate because of its inability to transcend some of the conventionally rigid boundaries of "rational" argumentation. By contrast she argues that the non-anthropocentric concern and modes of articulation of tribal cultures provide a much sounder basis for an environmental mortality. "The book will be useful both to students at various undergraduate and post-graduate levels as well as to researchers." (jacket)No. 25080 93 pp. Seller Inventory # 40147

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Mawrie, H.O.; Miri, Sujata

Published by Concept Publishing, India (1981)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing, India, 1981. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Book Unmarked, Small Dj Edge Tears. Seller Inventory # 1000054945

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Ramashray Roy; Sujata Miri and Sandhya Goswami

Published by Anshah Pub, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183640117 ISBN 13: 9788183640114

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About this Item: Anshah Pub, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. A theoretical perspective. 2. Socio political antecedents of insurgency. 3. A peep into the people's mind Assam and Meghalaya. 4. Meghalaya the crucible of politics. 5. As people view their world. 6. Assam the Cauldron of insurgency. 7. Assam as people see their world. 8. Overview. Index. Northeast India Development Communalism and Insurgency represents a pioneer effort in understanding the linkage among the phenomena of development communalism and insurgency. Heretofore insurgency has been viewed as pathology of body politic a prime instance of the breakdown of law and order and a challenge to the legitimate centralized political authority. The present book argues against this partisan view and underlines the fact that to treat it as a problem of law and order is to turn a blind eye to the causes which when ignored for long lead to political violence and insurgency. The cause of insurgency lies in the frustrated aspirations of the people with distinct socio cultural identities by tardy development this paves the way for the politicization of traditional socio cultural referents of identity formation this in turn paves the way for intense political agitation which eventually graduates into political violence and insurgency if the smouldering discontent is not pacified. The root of insurgency lies in unsatisfied political demands that are considered by the agitators as legitimate. This is the causal path that Development Communalism and Insurgency traces in the Northeast although the theoretical paradigm developed in this study has universal applicability. While developing this theoretical paradigm the book also focuses on some important aspects of political life and relations in Assam and Meghalaya the two foci of this study and probes into the subjective world of the people in these two states. The combination of these dimensions the theoretical and the pragmatic has made this study a landmark in the study of the linkage among development communalism and insurgency. 214 pp. Seller Inventory # 63798

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Miri, Sujata & Karilemla

ISBN 10: 8124608083 ISBN 13: 9788124608081

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About this Item: 2015. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # Kaveri-9788124608081

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Sujata Miri & Karilemla

Published by D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., New Delhi, India (2015)

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., New Delhi, India, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. The book, as the title says, consists of a series of dialogues about the Ao Naga world-view, their traditions, rituals and ethical norms, and their ideas of history and objects of veneration. The dialogue took place in specially organized meetings and participants were drawn from elders of the Ao Naga tribe, Ao Naga intellectuals and scholars, a student and a visitor from outside. The conversations that took place in these meetings were recorded and what appears in the book is a very lightly edited version of the recorded conversations. The philosophically interesting aspects of these conversations are the views expressed by various participants on the human condition, the ethical grounding of human life, the dividing line between life and death, and about their institutions for educating the young and dispensing justice. The book aims to achieve a twofold objective: (1) to secure an authentic articulation of the traditional Ao world through a dialogue between different Ao voices (an aim pursued very differently from the anthropologistís participant observation), and (2) clearing the ground for the reflection of philosophical insights thrown up in the process of this articulation. The insights will be obvious to the sympathetic and discerning reader; the reflection is left to those who will read the book with serious philosophical interest.Printed Pages: 218 with 7 color illustrations. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Seller Inventory # 100312

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Sujata Miri,Karilemla

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The book, as the title says, consists of a series of dialogues about the Ao Naga world-view, their traditions, rituals and ethical norms, and their ideas of history and objects of veneration. The dialogue took place in specially organized meetings and participants were drawn from elders of the Ao Naga tribe, Ao Naga intellectuals and scholars, a student and a visitor from outside. The conversations that took place in these meetings were recorded and what appears in the book is a very lightly edited version of the recorded conversations. The philosophically interesting aspects of these conversations are the views expressed by various participants on the human condition, the ethical grounding of human life, the dividing line between life and death, and about their institutions for educating the young and dispensing justice. The book aims to achieve a twofold objective: (1) to secure an authentic articulation of the traditional Ao world through a dialogue between different Ao voices (an aim pursued very differently from the anthropologist?s participant observation), and (2) clearing the ground for the reflection of philosophical insights thrown up in the process of this articulation. The insights will be obvious to the sympathetic and discerning reader; the reflection is left to those who will read the book with serious philosophical interest. Sujata Miri?s paintings are an insightful addition to the dialogic explorations of the book.Preface A Note on the Paintings Introduction Ao World-view Section I Origin and History The Crossing of the River Wars The Warrior?s Spirit Migratioan Stories Section II The Emergence from Six Stones History? The Power of Stones Land and Divinity Ritual and Sacrifices Section III Social Coordination, Ethics and Tradition Arju and Ethical Training The Goals of Life Man, Body and Mind Tanüla ? Good and Evil Truth and its Power Intimation of Death ? the Living and the Dead The Scale of Flowers Section IV Tiya, the Making of the Individual Truthfulness, Justice and the Good Honouring the Warrior Changing Times Section V God, Man and Animals The Private and the Public Section VI Human Beings, Animals and Trees Animal to Man Fruits of Action Section VII The Many Souls of Man The Country of the Dead Between the Living and the Dead Section VIII The Sexes Husband, Wife and her Protection Marriage Between Ao?s and Non-Ao?s On Love, Marriage and Divorce Section IX Strangers in Ao Country The Walunir and the Nokinketer Section X Communicating with Nature The Nature of Nature Section XI Evil Section XII Of God and Gods and their Work Meyutsungba, The Supreme Judge Section XIII Of Moon and Sun One God Monotheism/Polytheism Section XIV Of God and the New Religion Glossary Appendix Printed Pages: 205. Seller Inventory # 96874

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Sujata Miri

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RAMASHRAY ROY, SUJATA MIRI, SANDHYA GOSWAMI

ISBN 10: 8183640117 ISBN 13: 9788183640114

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Sujata Miri

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Sujata Miri

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. The book, as the title says, consists of a series of dialogues about the Ao Naga world-view, their traditions, rituals and ethical norms and their ideas of history and objects of veneration. The dialogue took place in specially organized meetings and participants were drawn from elders of the Ao Naga tribe, Ao Naga intellectuals and scholars, a student and a visitor from outside. The conversations that took place in these meetings were recorded and what appears in the book is a very lightly edited version of the recorded conversations. The philosophically interesting aspects of these conversations are the views expressed by various participants on the human condition, the ethical grounding of human life, the dividing line between life and death, and about their institutions for educating the young and dispensing justice. The book aims to achieve a twofold objective: (1) to secure an authentic articulation of the traditional Ao world through a dialogue between different Ao voices (an aim pursued very differently from the anthropologistís participant observation), and (2) clearing the ground for the reflection of philosophical insights thrown up in the process of this articulation. The insights will be obvious to the sympathetic and discerning reader; the reflection is left to those who will read the book with serious philosophical interest. Seller Inventory # 114347

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Sujata Miri

Published by Mittal, New Delhi (2005)

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About this Item: Mittal, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Divine flame of creation (1). 2. Divine flame of creation (2). 3. Sky and earth. 4. The egg that humans came out of. 5. The eternal separation. 6. The tight embrace. 7. Melo. 8. Sedi. 9. The family. 10. Five forces and the six rocks. 11. Nature alive. 12. Lightning. 13. The three daughters. 14. Thinghuai. 15. The water spirits (1). 16. The water spirits (2). 17. Naughty spirits. 18. The lake that never dries up. 19. The sheltering river and rocks. 20. The great competition. 21. The heat of the sun threatened earth. 22. Donyi Polo (Sun and moon). 23. A vision of the sun. 24. The coaxing of the sun. 25. The male female moon. 26. The moon and the tree. 27. The theft. 28. The eclipse. 29. The reward. 30. Pathian. 31. The source of grain. 32. The mother force. 33. The sacrifice. 34. Akangla. 35. Jebo Samir. 36. Thiailungi. 37. She who lives in Marshes. 38. The power of woman. 39. The tiger woman. 40. Ancestors. 41. A prayer. 42. The unsuspecting father. 43. Omflam. 44. The wicked python man. 45. The wicked python man. 46. The girl and her tree lover. 47. The sun's daughter. 48. The unfaithful river. 49. Etiban. 50. From the land of the dead. 51. Ramenhawii. 52. The consolation. 53. An elegy. 54. The ways of love. 55. The boy who wanted an angel for a bride. 56. The hero. 57. The husband who was tired of his wife. 58. Cruelty. 59. The angry lover. 60. A prestigious possession. Bibliography. The book is a product of several years of the author's experience of life among the tribes of the north east. Sujata Miri has painted in many different styles however the particular style of painting which is more or less uniformly evident in the paintings reproduced in this volume is not the result of a conceptually planned scheme but comes spontaneously from the depth of her mainly intuitive musings about tribal imagination and creativity. Perhaps it was her dissatisfaction with abstract discursive stereotyped descriptions of life in tribal India that led her to take to painting in this particular genre and rely on her intuitive understanding of things rather than philosophical and anthropological ratiocination. The point that is being forcefully made is that tribal life can be articulated perhaps with much greater authenticity through the medium of painting than through words. The paintings are of course also meant to be enjoyed just as paintings and not simply as depicting some form of life or other. 61 pp. Seller Inventory # 57293

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Miri, Sujata

Published by I.I.A.S. (1976), Simla (1976)

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About this Item: I.I.A.S. (1976), Simla, 1976. orig.cloth minor rubbing, Good +, dustwrapper 22x14cm, viii,107 pp Contains: Nature of Suffering; Suffering as Problem and as Mystery; Schopenhauer; Nietzsche; Suffering in Indian Philosophy minor rubbing, Good +, dustwrapper. Seller Inventory # 002362

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