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Manju Kak

Published by Ravi Dayal Publisher (1996)

ISBN 10: 8175300078 ISBN 13: 9788175300071

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About this Item: Ravi Dayal Publisher, 1996. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory # GRP63356440

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Manju Kak

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Manju Kak (Author) & Nayantara Sahgal (Frwd)

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About this Item: ImprintOne/Cambridge University Press, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. Manju Kak delves into the lives of ordinary people, mostly from India, revealing the nuances of their existence with a mix of engaging humour and compassion. The cross-section are often the underprivileged and the dispossessed. From the depressive visionary Inquilaab in search of an incorruptible India, one that no longer exists, to a young boy in a boarding school dealing with his mother?s cancer, to the angry Mrs. Lamba reminiscing about her youth in pre-Partition Lahore, these stories collectively span the cycle of life, from childhood to old age. Often enough an almost elegiac sadness hovers, as if the author is regretful of the times we now live in. Significantly, many of the protagonists are women ? the mother-in-law daughter-in-law duo in ?Twilight?, the lonely housewife in ?By the River?, the spinster in ?Split Second? ? who struggle to express their identity, a quest that has stamped feminist history this past century. Taken as a whole, the collection leaves a fragrance that lingers long after closing the pages of the book. Contents Foreword Introduction Just One Life A Pillar of Society A Valentine for Mrs. Lamba Amma Artist Woman By the River Damini Bhabhi Rita Split Second Five Women Professor Memsaab The Efficacy of Love Twilight Blessed Are My Sons Girgit Requiem for an Unsung Revolutionary The Prize Where Will You Be? When I Return The Man Next Door Shyam Bhai Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 76973

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Manju Kak

Published by Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd. (2007)

ISBN 10: 8180694380 ISBN 13: 9788180694387

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Manju Kak

Published by Ravi Dayal Publisher (1996)

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About this Item: Ravi Dayal Publisher, 1996. Condition: Good. A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory # 8175300078-2-4

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Manju Kak

Published by Ravi Dayal Publisher (1996)

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Rajesh Tandon and Manju Kak (Eds.)

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About this Item: "This collection of eleven essays identifies the parameters of democratic governance from local to national and global levels. Focusing on the issue of citizen participation, it describes the places where possibilities of active citizenship emerge and conditions which facilitate the same. The issues of solid waste management, education of girl child, institutional reforms, empowerment of women and strengthening of citizen leadership have also been addressed. The book is of great interest for policy makers, researchers and development workers. Seller Inventory # Concept-9788180694301

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Manju Kak

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Methodology. 3. Overview of the press in India. 4. Jharkhand. 5. Chhattisgarh. 6. Jammu and Kashmir. 7. Uttar Pradesh. 8. Uttaranchal. 9. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. This book seeks to examine the role of the press in addressing the developmental needs of women in India. It makes a comparative study of the articles that appear in regional and national newspapers and tries to identify the concerns at the regional and national levels with special reference to the states of Jammu and Kashmir Uttaranchal Chhattisgarh Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. An effort is also made to explore the role of women towards sustainable development and harmonious living through traditional methods. 232 pp. Seller Inventory # 66381

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Manju Kak (Author) & Nayantara Sahgal (Frwd)

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About this Item: ImprintOne/Cambridge University Press, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. Manju Kak delves into the lives of ordinary people, mostly from India, revealing the nuances of their existence with a mix of engaging humour and compassion. The cross-section are often the underprivileged and the dispossessed. From the depressive visionary Inquilaab in search of an incorruptible India, one that no longer exists, to a young boy in a boarding school dealing with his mother’s cancer, to the angry Mrs. Lamba reminiscing about her youth in pre-Partition Lahore, these stories collectively span the cycle of life, from childhood to old age. Often enough an almost elegiac sadness hovers, as if the author is regretful of the times we now live in. Significantly, many of the protagonists are women â€" the mother-in-law daughter-in-law duo in ‘Twilight’, the lonely housewife in ‘By the River’, the spinster in ‘Split Second’ â€" who struggle to express their identity, a quest that has stamped feminist history this past century. Taken as a whole, the collection leaves a fragrance that lingers long after closing the pages of the book. Contents Foreword Introduction Just One Life A Pillar of Society A Valentine for Mrs. Lamba Amma Artist Woman By the River Damini Bhabhi Rita Split Second Five Women Professor Memsaab The Efficacy of Love Twilight Blessed Are My Sons Girgit Requiem for an Unsung Revolutionary The Prize Where Will You Be? When I Return The Man Next Door Shyam Bhai Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 76973

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Manju Kak

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About this Item: Niyogi, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Photobiography of Nicholas Roerich. Seller Inventory # NBAQAA:L111

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KAK, MANJU

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Kak, Manju

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Kak, Manju

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Kak, Manju

Published by Ravi Dayal, New Delhi (1996)

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About this Item: Ravi Dayal, New Delhi, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Indian edition, first impression. A very good book, with 3 dings (shallow dents) to the front board edges (common, in my experience, with books imported from India!) - otherwise, the book is fine in a fine dustjacket which is not faded or priceclipped (the price in Rupees is intact: "Rs 150"). Seller Inventory # 3054

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Kak, Manju

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KAK, MANJU

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Kak, Manju

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Manju Kak

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Kak, Manju

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Kak, Manju

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Manju Kak (ed.)

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About this Item: Niyogi Books, New Delhi, India. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed Pages: 260. Size: 22 x 28 Cm. Seller Inventory # 038814

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Kak, Manju

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Manju Kak

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Kak, Manju (ed)

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Manju Kak

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About this Item: Niyogi Books, United Kingdom, 2018. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. -A one-of-a-kind book which examines in great detail all aspects of life in Kumaon - from ethnography to the environment, and the history, crafts and architecture that characterize the area -Richly illustrated, this book features photographs by renowned Kumaoni photographer Anup Sah, among others; it also includes illustrations sketches -Meticulously researched over an extended period of time, this book is both informative and accessible, to laypeople interested in the region as well as academics The untamed beauty of the Himalayas immediately captures our collective imagination with visions of serenity, natural splendor and mysticism. But these mountains also dictate the lives of those who live by its laws - the resilient hill dwellers, or paharis, whose work and lives are shaped by their surroundings. In the Shadow of the Devi: Kumaon details the legacy of a land, a people and a craft deeply intertwined with its environment. Manju Kak looks at this enigmatic land of Kumaon through the prism of woodcraft, unique in its aesthetic in this part of India, documenting the styles, influences and techniques used by the craftsmen of Uttarakhand, as well as Kumaoni artisans worldview and beliefs. In addition, this book is an important document of the life of paharis, as it also discusses communities, forest policy and the status of women, analyzing and unraveling facets of hill life that made Kumaon s claim for statehood so unique. The book is beautifully complemented with photographs by award-winning Kumaoni photographer Anup Sah, among others. It is also a visual delight for those who have an interest in the region. It adds to the existing knowledge on Uttarakhand, emblematic of other Indian hill states, though its focus is on Kumaon, the land that lies in the shadow of the majestic mountain Nanda Devi. Seller Inventory # ANB9789385285677

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Manju Kak

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About this Item: Niyogi Books, United Kingdom, 2018. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. -A one-of-a-kind book which examines in great detail all aspects of life in Kumaon - from ethnography to the environment, and the history, crafts and architecture that characterize the area -Richly illustrated, this book features photographs by renowned Kumaoni photographer Anup Sah, among others; it also includes illustrations sketches -Meticulously researched over an extended period of time, this book is both informative and accessible, to laypeople interested in the region as well as academics The untamed beauty of the Himalayas immediately captures our collective imagination with visions of serenity, natural splendor and mysticism. But these mountains also dictate the lives of those who live by its laws - the resilient hill dwellers, or paharis, whose work and lives are shaped by their surroundings. In the Shadow of the Devi: Kumaon details the legacy of a land, a people and a craft deeply intertwined with its environment. Manju Kak looks at this enigmatic land of Kumaon through the prism of woodcraft, unique in its aesthetic in this part of India, documenting the styles, influences and techniques used by the craftsmen of Uttarakhand, as well as Kumaoni artisans worldview and beliefs. In addition, this book is an important document of the life of paharis, as it also discusses communities, forest policy and the status of women, analyzing and unraveling facets of hill life that made Kumaon s claim for statehood so unique. The book is beautifully complemented with photographs by award-winning Kumaoni photographer Anup Sah, among others. It is also a visual delight for those who have an interest in the region. It adds to the existing knowledge on Uttarakhand, emblematic of other Indian hill states, though its focus is on Kumaon, the land that lies in the shadow of the majestic mountain Nanda Devi. Seller Inventory # ANB9789385285677

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Manju Kak

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About this Item: Niyogi Books, New Delhi, India, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. The untamed beauty of the Himalayas immediately captures our collective imagination with visions of serenity, natural splendour and mysticism. But these mountains also dictate the lives of those who live by its laws-the resilient hill dwellers, or paharis, whose work and lives are shaped by their surroundings.In the Shadow of the Devi: Kumaon details the legacy of a land, a people and a craft deeply intertwined with its environment. Manju Kak looks at this enigmatic land of Kumaon through the prism of woodcraft, unique in its aesthetic in this part of India, documenting the styles, influences and techniques used by the craftsmen of Uttarakhand, as well as Kumaoni artisans' worldview and beliefs. In addition, this book is an important document of the life of paharis, as it also discusses communities, forest policy and the status of women, analysing and unravelling facets of hill life that made the claim for statehood so unique.The book is beautifully complemented with photographs by award-winning Kumaoni photographer Anup Sah and Vaibhav Kaul, among others. It is also a visual delight for those who have an interest in the region. It adds to the existing knowledge on Uttarakhand, emblematic of other Indian hill states, though its focus is on Kumaon, the land that lies in the shadow of the majestic mountain Nanda Devi. Printed Pages: 256. Seller Inventory # 112635

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Manju Kak (author)

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Manju Kak

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About this Item: Niyogi Books, India, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Nicholas K. Roerich s body of work sought to inquire into the common roots of the Russian peoples Slavic heritage, their pre-Christian, that is, Celtic, Viking and Mongol traditions, and blood ties; his theatrical phase (especially in the 1920s) is seen in his oversized murals and decorative panels which express a continuum of inquiry into Russia s past, its animistic beliefs, its close unity with natural materials, implements and other objects. Seller Inventory # ANB9789381523520

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