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Gupta Major M.K. Handa Devendra

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Item Description: Agam Kala Prakashan, New Delhi. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Size 26, cm, pp. 244, Illus. 2012, There are specially interesting chapters devoted to the Triumph of the Mind of Man, the Survival of the Fittest, Nature and Man, and the Future of Human Race. Even the End of the World, Life beyond death, Immortality of Soul, how the World will end, and Mans Destiny after Death have been discussed. Bookseller Inventory # 411544

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Devendra Handa & Dr Major M.K. Gupta

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Item Description: Agam Kala Prakashan, New Delhi, India, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed Pages: 243 with numerous b/w plates. Size: 19 x 25 Cm. Bookseller Inventory # 037249

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Devendra Handa,Dr Major M.K. Gupta

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Item Description: Agam Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The present work contains thirty-three articles of the authors on some unique, interesting and significant coins and sigils which throw flashes of light on various aspects of the history, culture, religion, art, economy, trade and commerce, science and technology of the people of India in different periods of its long history. It is for the first time that minuscule copper punch-marked coins from Vidisha have been brought to light which acquaint us of the local economy during the later half of the first millennium BCE. The uniface cast copper coins collected from eastern Malwa and Khandesh region establish relationship of the area with the Deccan which has yielded similar coins. Coins of the city-state of Hathodaka indicate the role the city-states played in the development of trade and commerce in the Narmada valley during the early centuries before the commencement of the Common Era. The silver and copper coins from Eran-Ujjayin region indicate the continued use of the white metal and corroborate the popularity of Vaishavism in central India evidenced earlier by the discovery of an elliptical temple plan and the Garua-dhvaja pillar inscription at Vidisha. The indigenous gold coin confirms the use of this valuable metal for indigenous coinage before the Kushas. Another coin takes back the antiquity of the auspicious Hindu mythological art-motif of cow suckling the calf to circa third-second century BCE. New Mitra and Stavhana coins add to our existing knowledge by bits while Kalachuri and inscribed Vishukuin type coins betray the existence of the scions of these dynasties or their allies in central India. Indo-Sassanian, Paramra and Ydava type coins from the region reveal the political developments of the medieval period while a piece with erotic theme tells of the use of a hitherto unknown motif. The darb of Akbar betrays the erring human nature and a coin-die of the emperor confirms the existence of a mint-town. The tetra-lingual silver seal of Nabha bears evidence to the use and popularity of various languages in the Malwa region of Punjab and the secular outlook of its rulers. All the articles thus help us in our understanding of our history in a better way to enlighten our future course. Printed Pages: 242. Bookseller Inventory # 54122

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Item Description: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. There are specially interesting chapters devoted to the Triumph of the Mind of Man, the Survival of the Fittest, Nature and Man, and the Future of Human Race. Even the End of the World, Life beyond death, Immortality of Soul, how the World will end, and Man?s Destiny after Death have been discussed. Bookseller Inventory # AKP-9788173201257

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Item Description: Agam Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The present work contains thirty-three articles of the authors on some unique, interesting and significant coins and sigils which throw flashes of light on various aspects of the history, culture, religion, art, economy, trade and commerce, science and technology of the people of India in different periods of its long history. It is for the first time that minuscule copper punch-marked coins from Vidisha have been brought to light which acquaint us of the local economy during the later half of the first millennium BCE. The uniface cast copper coins collected from eastern Malwa and Khandesh region establish relationship of the area with the Deccan which has yielded similar coins. Coins of the city-state of Hathodaka indicate the role the city-states played in the development of trade and commerce in the Narmada valley during the early centuries before the commencement of the Common Era. The silver and copper coins from Eran-Ujjayin region indicate the continued use of the white metal and corroborate the popularity of Vaishavism in central India evidenced earlier by the discovery of an elliptical temple plan and the Garua-dhvaja pillar inscription at Vidisha. The indigenous gold coin confirms the use of this valuable metal for indigenous coinage before the Kushas. Another coin takes back the antiquity of the auspicious Hindu mythological art-motif of cow suckling the calf to circa third-second century BCE. New Mitra and Stavhana coins add to our existing knowledge by bits while Kalachuri and inscribed Vishukuin type coins betray the existence of the scions of these dynasties or their allies in central India. Indo-Sassanian, Paramra and Ydava type coins from the region reveal the political developments of the medieval period while a piece with erotic theme tells of the use of a hitherto unknown motif. The darb of Akbar betrays the erring human nature and a coin-die of the emperor confirms the existence of a mint-town. The tetra-lingual silver seal of Nabha bears evidence to the use and popularity of various languages in the Malwa region of Punjab and the secular outlook of its rulers. All the articles thus help us in our understanding of our history in a better way to enlighten our future course. Printed Pages: 242. Bookseller Inventory # 54122

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Item Description: Agam Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The present work contains thirty-three articles of the authors on some unique, interesting and significant coins and sigils which throw flashes of light on various aspects of the history, culture, religion, art, economy, trade and commerce, science and technology of the people of India in different periods of its long history. It is for the first time that minuscule copper punch-marked coins from Vidisha have been brought to light which acquaint us of the local economy during the later half of the first millennium BCE. The uniface cast copper coins collected from eastern Malwa and Khandesh region establish relationship of the area with the Deccan which has yielded similar coins. Coins of the city-state of Hathodaka indicate the role the city-states played in the development of trade and commerce in the Narmada valley during the early centuries before the commencement of the Common Era. The silver and copper coins from Eran-Ujjayin region indicate the continued use of the white metal and corroborate the popularity of Vaishavism in central India evidenced earlier by the discovery of an elliptical temple plan and the Garua-dhvaja pillar inscription at Vidisha. The indigenous gold coin confirms the use of this valuable metal for indigenous coinage before the Kushas. Another coin takes back the antiquity of the auspicious Hindu mythological art-motif of cow suckling the calf to circa third-second century BCE. New Mitra and Stavhana coins add to our existing knowledge by bits while Kalachuri and inscribed Vishukuin type coins betray the existence of the scions of these dynasties or their allies in central India. Indo-Sassanian, Paramra and Ydava type coins from the region reveal the political developments of the medieval period while a piece with erotic theme tells of the use of a hitherto unknown motif. The darb of Akbar betrays the erring human nature and a coin-die of the emperor confirms the existence of a mint-town. The tetra-lingual silver seal of Nabha bears evidence to the use and popularity of various languages in the Malwa region of Punjab and the secular outlook of its rulers. All the articles thus help us in our understanding of our history in a better way to enlighten our future course. Printed Pages: 242. Bookseller Inventory # 54122

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Item Description: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Minuscule copper punch marked coins from Vidisha. 2. Some uniface cast copper and Hathodaka coins. 3. An interesting central Indian silver coin. 4. Some interesting Eran Ujjayini coins. 5. A new Kausambi coin. 6. An early Indian indigenous gold coin. 7. An interesting un inscribed coin showing cow suckling the calf. 8. Some interesting Mitra coins. 9. Two unpublished copper coins of Vidisa. 10. Copper coin with a new symbol. 11. An interesting coin of Nahapana. 12. Some bull/hill type coins of Rudrasimha I. 13. Bronze coin of Vasishthiputra Chhimuka. 14. Some new coins of King Satakarni. 15. An interesting lion type coin of Satakarni. 16. An interesting counter struck Satavahan coin. 17. A gold signet ring. 18. Srivatsa type copper coins of King Sata. 19. Machala dogs of Vidarbha. 20. Two interesting Maharathi coins. 21. Some Kushana imitations from Central India. 22. Clay sealings of Dhanadeva. 23. Some more clay seals and sealings from Sunet. 24. Some more Vishnukundin type inscribed coins. 25. Some more Kalachuri coins. 26. Three new and interesting coins from Ujjain region. 27. A silver coin of Paramara King Udayaditya. 28. An unpublished hoard of Indo-Sassanian silver coins from Burhanpur. 29. Some interesting Paramara and Yadava type silver coins. 30. An enigmatic mintless Darb of Akbar. 31. An obverse die of Akbar's rupee. 32. A lead coin with erotic scene. 33. A tetra lingual silver seal of Nabha. Select bibliography. Index. The present work contains thirty-three articles of the authors on some unique, interesting and significant coins and sigils which throw flashes of light on various aspects of the history, culture, religion, art, economy, trade and commerce, science and technology of the people of India in different periods of its long history. It is for the first time that minuscule copper punch-marked coins from Vidisha have been brought to light which acquaint us of the local economy during the later half of the first millennium BCE. The uniface cast copper coins collected from eastern Malwa and Khandesh region establish relationship of the area with the Deccan which has yielded similar coins. Coins of the city-state of Hathodaka indicate the role the city-states played in the development of trade and commerce in the Narmada valley during the early centuries before the commencement of the Common Era. The silver and copper coins from Eran-Ujjayin region indicate the continued use of the white metal and corroborate the popularity of Vaishavism in central India evidenced earlier by the discovery of an elliptical temple plan and the Garuda-dhvaja pillar inscription at Vidisha. The indigenous gold coin confirms the use of this valuable metal for indigenous coinage before the Kushanas. Another coin takes back the antiquity of the auspicious Hindu mythological art-motif of cow suckling the calf to circa third-second century BCE. New Mitra and Satavahana coins add to our existing knowledge by bits while Kalachuri and inscribed Vishnukundin type coins betray the existence of the scions of these dynasties or their allies in central India. Indo-Sassanian, Paramara and Yadava type coins from the region reveal the political developments of the medieval period while a piece with erotic theme tells of the use of a hitherto unknown motif. The Darb of Akbar betrays the erring human nature and a coin-die of the emperor confirms the existence of a mint-town. The tetra-lingual silver seal of Nabha bears evidence to the use and popularity of various languages in the Malwa region of Punjab and the secular outlook of its rulers. All the articles thus help us in our understanding of our history in a better way to enlighten our future course. (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 108877

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