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Bhattacharya Asok K.

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ISBN 10: 8126008482 ISBN 13: 9788126008483

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About this Item: Sahitya Akademi. Condition: New. pp. 88. Seller Inventory # 7772652

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Archana Ghosh

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ISBN 10: 8180690407 ISBN 13: 9788180690402

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About this Item: Concept. Condition: New. Contents: Foreword/George Mathew. Preface/Manfred Haack. 1. Urban environment management: local government and community action-an introduction/Archana Ghosh. 2. Urban development and environment management: initiatives in West Bengal/Asok Bhattacharya. 3. Issues in urban environmental management: Agenda for change/R.K. Pachauri. 4. Urban environmental management: some observations/Asim Dasgupta. I. Theme papers: 5. Urban environment management: a local government perspective/Mohit Bhattacharya. 6. Poverty and environmental sustainability in Asian cities: issues, policy perspectives and new initiatives/Amitabh Kundu. 7. NGO and community initiatives in urban environmental management: recent trends and success stories/Nazrul Islam. 8. Urban environmental management and the role of local government in India: some fiscal issues/Tapan K. Banerjee. 9. Urban environmental issues in India: approaches to environmental planning and management/T. M. Vinod Kumar. 10. Participation as a prerequisite for urban development: the significance of grassroots democracy for urban settlements of the future/Siegbert Heid. 11. German cities and municipalities: on the road to sustainable urban development?/Helmut Dedy. II. Case studies: 12. Pathways to responsive and sustainable environmental improvement for the urban poor: the example of Andhra Pradesh/Banashree Banerjee. 13. Influence of political context on municipal efforts in community participation: experience of Sri Lanka/Lalith Mallawarachchi. 14. Strategic planning approach for urban environmental management at the local government level: experiences of Sri Lanka and Thailand/L.A.S. Ranjith Perera. 15. Urban governance and role of the community in solid waste management for Dhaka city/Golam Rahman. 16. Creating space for the poor in Bankable urban infrastructure projects/Renu Khosla & Chetan Vaidya. 17. Management of urban environmental services: a case study of the residential sector in Vasai-Virar, Mumbai/Sumona Bandyopadhyay. 18. Ushering in clean and green urban centres: the experience of Hyderabad/N. Ashok Kumar. III. Appendices. Index."The book Urban Environment Management: Local Government and Community Action is the outcome of an international conference, held in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) in November 2001. The book provides an insight about the environmental problems plaguing the urban areas in a cross-country perspective. Managing the urban environment in a rapidly urbanising world is a monumental task for the multilayered governmental set up. The local governments, which are closest to the people, are the best managers of the environment at the micro-level. People's participation and innovative initiatives at the community level for environmental improvement give a special thrust to the local government's efforts. The contributions from different countries reiterate in the book the significance of the partnership between the local government and the community in urban environmental management for sustainable development. The case studies narrated in the book provide a scope to learn from each other's experiences." (jacket) 336 pp. Seller Inventory # 49537

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Saha Asok K.

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ISBN 10: 8187661909 ISBN 13: 9788187661900

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About this Item: R.N. Bhattacharya. Condition: New. pp. 216. Seller Inventory # 7630232

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Sekhar Basu Roy

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About this Item: Sekhar Basu Roy. Paperback. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Northeast imbroglio/V.N. Sharma. 2. The economic consequences of the liberation/Mani Shankar Aiyar. 3. A perspective on the North East/J.R. Mukherjee. 4. Madhava Kandali's Ramayana and contemporary Assamese society/Indira Goswami. 5. Tale of petroleum - a saga of hope and despair in North - East/Subhas Chandra Goswami. 6. North Bengal: critical issues and development challenges/Asok Bhattacharya. 7. Strategizing the future: migration, rhetoric and reality/Sanjoy Hazarika. 8. "Jehad in the East"- the Pakistan factor in East and North East India/Shankar Roychowdhury. 9. Dangerously neglected North-East/Inder Malhotra. 10. A journey down the tracks/Samar Jha. 11. Northeast India: a dispensable outpost/Patricia Mukhim. 12. North-East region: its people and problems/Satis Chandra Kakati. 13. The dances of Manipur: the ancient and the modern/Devjani Chaliha. 14. India's turbulent Northeast: over five decades of isolation, neglect and alienation/K.S. Brar. 15. Assam through the ages/Suryya Kumar Bhuyan. 16. Education and emancipation/Subhalakshmi B. Nandi. 17. Of women in West Bengal beyond the green fatade/S.P. Agarwala. 18. "Dig, boys, dig"a.digboya.digboy"/Jagadish Phookan. 19. Tripura - the land of opportunities/Khagen Das. 20. A new approach to the North East/P. Mohan Das. "It is a common compliment extended to the East and North East sector by a first time visitor that it is the most beautiful area and the people living here can teach a lesson or two to the best of the professionals in the field of friendship and hospitality. Allow this visitor to ponder over the 312 pp. Seller Inventory # 45989

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R K Bhattacharya; Bharat Jhunjhunwala and V K Shrivastava

Published by Kalpaz (2003)

ISBN 10: 8178351072 ISBN 13: 9788178351070

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About this Item: Kalpaz, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. I. The concept of happiness: 1. Gita on renunciation and enjoyment/Meena Shukla. 2. Consumption and human development/Asok Barman. 3. Control of senses/Pradeep Kumar and M. Vandana.4. Relevance of material comforts/V.K. Hampiholi. 5. Self-actualization: the ultimate goal of human development/Reena Basu. 6. Happiness/Dharmender Kumar Misra. 7. Materialism in the Rigveda and Charvaka/Dharmender Kumar Misra. 8. Realization of the 'self-in-self' is the key to sustainable development/R.K. Bhattacharya. 9. The rational and the spiritual/Surender Pratap. 10. Body and soul in Human development/Om Prakash Dubey. 11. Food of the mind/Prasada Raju. 12. Indian approach to human development/V.K. Shrivastava and R.S. Dube. II. Dharma and human development: 13. Emerging view of human development-where the east and the west meet/R.K. Bhattacharya. 14. Reconciliation of consumerism and sustainable development/Gautam Kumar Basu. 15. Global equity and human development/ Sumita Sen. 16. Yoga in Sanatana tradition and its relation with human values/Surender Nath Pal. 17. Expansion of consciousness/Kumar Mitra. 18. Role of the Market in the health sector/Prajna Shrivastava. 19. Smart and good governance-our cultural heritage/Neela Trivedi. III. Human development index: 20. Values and character/Onkar Nath Tiwari. 21. The inner self/S.P. Das Gupta. 22. Role of spiritual education in human development/Mukul Mukherjee. 23. Rabindranath Tagore and Amartya Sen on human development/Ratan Lal Basu. 24. Moral and spiritual index of human 312 pp. Seller Inventory # 48956

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Harihar Bhattacharyya and Abhijit Ghosh

Published by K P Bagchi, Kolkata (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170743028 ISBN 13: 9788170743026

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About this Item: K P Bagchi, Kolkata, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface and acknowledgements. Introduction/Harihar Bhattacharyya. 1. Indian Upanishadic thought western appreciation and contemporary relevance/Anil Baran Ray. 2. Political thinking in ancient India a brief outline/Amritava Banerjee. 3. Bhudev and modernity nationalism and beyond/Kalyan Bhattacharya. 4. Swami Vivekananda making civil society nationalism worthy/Radharaman Chakrabarti. 5. Rabindranath Tagore (1861 1941) towards an Indian perspective of secularism and communalism/Jyotirmay Bhattacharyya. 6. Development discourse projecting Gandhian ideas/Keshab Choudhuri. 7. Challenging religious fundamentalism relevance of Gandhian non violence/Rabindranath Bhattacharyya. 8. Gandhi's Satyagraha and the question of national security/Abhijit Ghosh. 9. Conceptualizing the peasants in India Mahatma Gandhi's contributions/Tapan Kumar Chattopadhyay. 10. Two nation theory historical roots and ongoing debates/Nimai Pramanik. 11. Rethinking Indian communism new findings/Sobhalal Datta Gupta. 12. Left and peasant movements in India/Debi Chatterjee. 13. Hundred years of co operative movement vision and mission 2020/Asok Bandyopadhyay. 14. The co operative movement in Burdwan District a unique endeavour and the future prospects/Chitteranjan Banerjee. 15. From mutual suspicion to mutual trust social capital and the co operative mobilization in the district of Burdwan (West Bengal)/Harihar Bhattacharyya. 16. College and university teachers movements in India/Sudhir Roy. 17. New social movements and the Indian left prospect of proximity/Satyabrata Chakraborty. 18. Jharkhand a study in deprivation and protest/Sekhar Ghosh. 19. Empowerment of women waiting for Godot/Atnau Chatterjee and Apurba Mukhopadhyay. 20. Community responses to reservation of seats for women in Panchayats a case study of Gaighata Block (N. 24 Pgns) in West Bengal/Debjani Sen Gupta. 21. Contemporary concerns in Indian policing can the force shift to community policing/Surajit C. Mukhopadhyay. Bibliography. Index. The tradition of political thinking in India is rich varied and complex. The ancientness of the civilization its capacity for accommodation of various foreign elements in the making of a composite culture and the very complex political evolution due to foreign invasions more particularly the British colonial rule for about two centuries have been factors that have given it richness variety and complexity. Although the subject has recently been introduced as a course in both under graduate and post graduate levels of studies in various universities in India it still remains largely neglected in serous social and political probing in India. A context bound approach has tended to analyze the tradition of political thought as part of understanding the anit colonial liberation movements. This study recognizes the dialectic of movement and thought but goes beyond in arguing that Indian political thought should not be imprisoned within the four walls of the national liberation movements but taken further to reflect on the burning issues of the day in post independence period such as religious fundamentalism communalism nationhood national security civil society rights self government development empowerment of women and so on. Rather than treating its as a subject that belongs to the past this study provides new interpretations of some Indian political ideas and highlights the contemporary relevance of the same. Although the focus has been on the modern period the subject has been placed in the overall intellectual landscape of the ancient Indian political thought too. The second part of the volume has dealt with movements old (peasants communist co operative and middle class white collar) and new and the issues of civil society and empowerment especially of women and the role of post colonial police and the implications of its transformation into community policing for democracy. The twenty one original essays collected in the volume are a testimony not only to. Seller Inventory # 63539

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Asok K Bhattacharya

Published by Sahitya Akademi (1999)

ISBN 10: 8126008482 ISBN 13: 9788126008483

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Bhattacharya, Asok K.

Published by Indian Museum, Calcutta (1989)

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About this Item: Indian Museum, Calcutta, 1989. Cloth. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st. A good copy of this scarce publication about the 61 bronze Buddhas found in 1927 in Chittagong. 26 pages of text, plus 40 photographic plates of the bronzes. Unclipped and uninscribed. Seller Inventory # 001074

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Dipankar Sinha and Kaberi Chakrabarti

Published by Kalpaz, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8178355922 ISBN 13: 9788178355924

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About this Item: Kalpaz, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. General editor's note. List of contributors and editors. Editorial introduction. Part I 1. Democracy and Governance in the wake of mass upsurge/Javeed Alam. 2. Governance social capital and democracy Revisiting the Indian scenario/Amartya Mukhopadhyay. 3. State liberalization and investment question issues in corporate governance/Asish K. Bhattacharya. 4. Hesitant devolution India's tryst with democratic governance/Asok Kumar Mukhopadhyay. Part II 5. The law and the field citizen participation and urban governance in West Bengal/Prabhat Datta. 6. Evolution of the Panchayati Raj System in West Bengal political and legislative initiatives of a state government/Manabi Majumdar and Indrashis Banerjee. 7. Democratic governance reforming the accountability domain in Andhra Pradesh/Ivaturi Ramabrahmam and S. Sudhakar Babu. 8. Righting governance or governing rights Tripura (2000)/Samir Kumar Das. Part III Landmark Act Right to Information. Bibliography. Index. How should governance be made more accountable and transparent. The book wide ranging and panoramic in content seeks to intellectually confront the provocative question and explore in the process the highly elusive and controversial theme of democratic governance. It conceptualizes and contextualises the theme in the Indian context in terms of certain specific parameters and clues. The book contains contributions from a wide section of leading commentators having long years of experience in teaching and research who also have governance as their major or emerging area of interest. Followed by a lucid introduction which problematises the theme in general terms the contributions in the book concern as diverse sub themes as social capital democratic decentralization urban governance rural governance policy outcomes mass upsurge and corporate governance. The contributions as the title of the book indicates are a mixed bag of reflections on and refractions of democratic governance in India. They contain reflections in the sense of carving out careful thought about the theme. They also contain refractions in the sense of revealing the bends at particular points of the trajectory of the process. The book will complement the ongoing debate on democratic governance and will be a standard reference for the researchers analysts and students of social science. It should also be valuable to the policymakers who wish to receive analytical and critical feedback on governance. 324 pp. Seller Inventory # 63865

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Asok K. Bhattacharya

Published by Indian Museum, Calcutta, India (2006)

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About this Item: Indian Museum, Calcutta, India, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed Pages: 110 with numerous colour illustrations. Size: 23 x 29 Cm. Seller Inventory # 038533

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Enamul Haque

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About this Item: International Centre for SBA. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Individuality of Bengal art/Ahmad Hasan Dani. 2. The first common denominator in 'Bengal' art-the scope for further research in the art of the Pala age/B.N. Mukherjee. 3. Art and archaeology of Natsal/Asok Datta. 4. The semi-precious stone beads from Mahasthangarh : a preliminary study/Shah Sufi Mostafizur Rahman. 5. Built by the King: monarchical authority and royal patronage/Frederick M. Asher. 6. A brief survey of the representations of Asta-maha Bodhisattva-mandala in India and Bangladesh/ Debala Mitra. 7. A matter of perspective in the study of Buddhist art/ Janice Leoshko. 8. A boat model and state ritual in Eastern India/John Guy.9. Bangladesh national museum prasasti of Pahila (9 century A.D.)/ Gourishwar Bhattacharya. 10. The Mahisantosh Surya image: some iconographic considerations/Gerd J.R. Mevissen. 11. Two exotic sculptures from North Bengal : their sociological significance/P.K. Bhattacharyya. 12.Two-armed images of Heruka from Bangladesh : an iconographic study/Mallar Mitra. 13. Dynamism and dispersal : cultural perspective of North Bengal/ Mandira Bhattacharya. 14. The reconstruction of mediaeval Gaur from documentary and exploratory findings/Aniruddha Ray. 15. The revival of Hindu temple architecture in Bengal in the late-sixteenth century/George Michell. 16. Reflections on early temple forms of Eastern India/Perween Hasan. 17. Hitherto unknown winged terracotta figures from Chandraketugarh/Enamul Haque. 18. Notes on Muslim architecture in Bengal : evaluation of a unique variety of Mosque/M.A. Bari. 19. Unnoticed stone inscriptions of 309 pp. Seller Inventory # 37428

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Enamul Haque

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About this Item: International Centre for SBA. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Bengal's contribution to Cola temples/R. Nagaswamy. 2. Considering unusual images and their sites : the example of Kurukulla from Hasra Kol/Janice Leoshko. 3. Two representations of open air shrines in ancient Vanga/B.N. Mukherjee. 4. An unpublished coin Hoard of the Bengal Sultans from Dakshin Dinajpur District, West Bengal/Sutapa Sinha. 5. Two new Copper plates of King Gopala II of the Pala dynasty of Bengal and Bihar, Regnal year 4(c. 877 A.D.)/S.C. Mukherji. 6. Ornamentation in Muslim inscriptions of Bengal/Muhammad Abdul Qadir. 7. The Los Angeles manuscript covers : uncovering and explaining their iconography/Claudine Bautze-Picron. 8. Geographical location of ancient Tamralipta Port/Asok Datta. 9. The auspicious symbol commencing a Pala record and its development/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 10. Itakhola Mura Temple : its date/ Abu Imam. 11. Early urban centres in ancient Bengal/Amita Ray. 12. Three inscriptions of the Mughal period from Bangladesh/Nazly Chowdhury. 13. Provenance of Chloritoid bearing Phyllite used in sculptures of the Pala- Sena period/S. Chakraborty and Gautam Sengupta. 14. A study on Glazed ware from Mahasthan Citadel : an implication for external contacts/Shah Sufi Mostafizur Rahman. 15. A rare type of Mughal Mosque : two examples from North Bengal/A.K.M. Khademul Haque. 16. A note on a unique coin of Sultan Jalal al-din Muhammad Shah/Pratip Kumar Mitra. 17. A study on pottery from King Harishchandra's Palace mound/Md. Mosharraf Hossain. 18. Samandar : an important centre for maritime activities in Bengal/Shahnaj Husne Jahan. 19. 315 pp. Seller Inventory # 37530

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Enamul Haque

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About this Item: ICSBA, 2001. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Three interesting Jaina sculptures from Dinajpur/Gerd J.R. Mevissen. 2. Pretasantarpita-Lokesvara/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 3. Four types Avalokitesvara in Orissa/A.J. Gail. 4. The calligraphic art in ancient Vanga/B.N. Mukherjee. 5. Bangladesh national museum stone slab inscription of King Gopala IV (?). Regnal year 9 (1137 A.D. ?)/S.C. Mukherji. 6. Moulded terracotta plaques from Mahasthan/M.F. Boussac and Sandrine Gill. 7. Excavations at Mahasthangarh: evidence of some stratigraphical data/Jean-Yves Breuil and Jean-Francois Salles. 8. Terracotta ringwells and early historic settlements in West Bengal: a study/Asok Datta. 9. Narrative paintings in 12-13 century manuscripts: an examination of photographs taken by Rahula Sankrtyayana at the Nor Monastery, Tibet/Eva Allinger. 10. Narrative plaques from Chandraketugarh/ Gourisankar De. 11. Harikela coins of Bengal: archaeometallurgical studies/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. 12. Nalini Kanta Bhattasali and the study of Indian iconography/Mallar Mitra. 13. Sculptural remains of Belkhandi, district Kalahandi, Orissa/Pradeep Mohanty and Baba Mishra. 14. Epigraphs of Bengal Sultanate: a search for the elements of historical interest/A.K. M. Yaqub Ali. 15. Vyala: the mysterious animal on the Indian temple/Veena Mushrif. 16. Conservation issues related with brick and terracotta structures of Bengal/Ajay Khare. 17. Glass beads from Wari Bateshwar, Bangladesh: a preliminary archaeological analysis/S.S.M. Rahman. 18. The recent outstanding archaeological excavations in the state of Bihar. 292 pp. Seller Inventory # 47982

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Enamul Haque

Published by International Centre for Study, Dhaka (2003)

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About this Item: International Centre for Study, Dhaka, 2003. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. A few epigraphs of the Suburb of Gaur a study of their contents and Calligraphic art/A.K.M. Yaqub Ali and Ruhul Kuddus Md. Saleh. 2. Some observations on the cosmological Buddhapadas at Pagan/Claudine Bautze Picron. 3. Late Buddhist monuments in Bangladesh/Nazimuddin Ahmed. 4. Some glimpses of independent states in Bengal in the Gupta period and after/S.C. Mukherji. 5. An inscribed stone image of the Buddhist deity Aparajita/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 6. Vangala Desa and Ganga Nadu from Tamil sources/R. Nagaswamy. 7. Rouletted ware in Bengal it's origin chronology and distribution an overview/Asok Datta. 8. Terasingha Copper Plate of Bhanudeva Alias Dakarisvara Deva of Orissa/Baba Mishra and Dasarathi Acharya. 9. Some aspects of the Islamic architecture of Bengal/M.C. Joshi. 10. Halahala Lokesvara a Buddhist imitation of Hindu Uma Mahesvara/A.J. Gail. 11. Archaeological excavations at Jagaddala Vihara a preliminary report/Md. Abul Hashem Miah. 12. A few rare coins of Sultans of Bengal/Md. Abu Musa. 13. The art of the Tripura coins in late medieval period/Jahar Acharjee. 14. Numismatic portrayal of women in Tripura/S.K. Bose. 15. Bibi Chini Mosque (Betagi) Barguna reflection on its architectural features/Abul Kalam Azad. 16. Some images of Ganga and Yamuna from Northern Part of West Bengal/Mandira Bhattacharya. 17. A survey of the Samatata and Harikela Coinages/B.N. Mukherjee. 18. An account of the inscriptions found at Lal Bagh/Khoundkar Alamgir. 19. Vedic motifs and symbols in Chandraketugarh Art/Gourisankar De. 20. Buddhist and Hindu monuments of Chittagong/Shamsul Hossain. 21. Exotic Buddhist image from early Bengal their sociological significance/P.K. Bhattacharyya and Bedasruti Bhattacharyya. 22. Origin of iron technology in Eastern India and Bangladesh/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. 23. Examining possible existence of a maritime port at Kotalipada/Shahnaj Husne Jahan. 24. Categorisation of Mosques in Bengal into Mosques for Jum'ah Prayer (al masjid al jami) and Mosques for Panch waqt Namaz (Masjid li salat al khams) and others/Abdul Qadir. 25. Iconographical peculiarities of some Buddhist Pala images in the Indian Museum Kolkata/Anasua Sengupta (Das). 26. Early jewellery of Bengal/Zulekha Haque. 328 pp. Seller Inventory # 55756

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Asok Kumar Ray and Satyabrata Chakraborty

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8180695727 ISBN 13: 9788180695728

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. I. Society and culture 1. Archaeological and architectural remains testimony of cultural interactions of the people of North East India/Jayanta Sarkar. 2. Folklore and development are they antithetic/Soumen Sen. 3. Tribal identity culture and politics the North east Indian perspective/Rajat Kanti Das. 4. Culture and its impact on human personality/Bobby Mahanta. 5. Global concern(s) indigenous people/tribes vis a vis non tribes/R.K. Bhattacharya and Kumkum Bhattacharya. 6. Dormitories in the life of the Wanchos of Arunachal Pradesh/Sarit K. Chaudhuri and Nokkai Wangsaham. 7. Marriage that was in Manipur/Oinam Ranjit Singh. 8. Student/youth movement with special reference to North East India/S.B. Chakrabarti. 9. Society and politics in Manipur/Ksh. Bimola Devi. 10. Women's movements in conflict situation in Manipur/Th. Binarani Devi. 11. Impact of North East Indian Tribal values and culture on the hill region's socio economic development in the pre plan period/J.B. Ganguli. 12. Society culture and development/Xavier Pfokrehe Mao. 13. Family as the Primary agency of education among the poor Khasis of Shillong city/Gita Pyal. 14. Gender dimension of social sector development in Manipur/Asha Thokchom. 15. Bio social diversity among caste populations of Assam/Debashis Basu. II. Development 16. Between South and Southeast Asia recasting India's Northeast in the age of globalization/Samir Kumar Das. 17. Institutional reforms governance and growth a case study of North East India/Ashok Kumar Ray. 18. The coming of tea in the Brahmaputra Valley/Keya Dasgupta. 19. Land administration in the Char Areas of Assam the Task ahead/Gorky Chakraborty. 20. Some aspects of sustainable socio economic development in North Eastern region of India/P.C. Dutta. 21. Tourism in North East India exploring the paradise/Elangbam Nixon Singh. 22. Urbanization in Meghalaya/Surojit Sen Gupta. 23. Urbanization among the tribals of Tripura/Malabika Das Gupta. 24. Some aspects of urbanizations and economic development in Bodoland a perspective of Kokrajhar Town/Sujata Bhadra. 25. A glimpse at the distribution and concentration of Farm land holdings in North Eastern India/A.K. Neog. 26. Centrally sponsored schemes for upliftment of rural economy of North East India an analysis/A. Rajmani Singh. 27. Women development and sex ratio treading between North and North East India/Paulavi Das. 28. Empowerment of women through information and communication technology/Jahitha Begum and M. Vakkil. 29. Ecosystem enrichment and livelihood management an endeavour for synthesis towards symbiotic sustainability/Kaustubh Lahiri. Index. The collection of twenty nine essays in honour of Prof. Basudeb Datta Ray Secretary North East India Council for Social Science Research Shillong touches upon the multiple contours of society culture and development in the North East region of India. 362 pp. Seller Inventory # 71527

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Asok K. Bhattacharya

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About this Item: Indian Museum, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Historical perspective. 3. Sculpture. 4. Textile. 5. Lacquerwork. 6. Ceramics. 7. Metal-work. 8. Musical instruments. 9. Miscellaneous objects. 10. Catalogue. Select bibliography. "Myanmar, that is Burma before 1989, is known world wide as the 'Land of Pagodas'. For about a millennium the country's dominating religion is Buddhism, and the people are following a way of life inspired by the humanizing teachings of Gautama Buddha. Their arts and crafts, motivated by the spirit of the same religion, bear certain characteristics which are distinct from those of the other Southeast Asian countries. The Indian Museum possesses one of the richest collections of Burmese arts and crafts outside Myanmar. The collection, accumulated in course of about one hundred years since the Museum's foundation in 1814, was mostly so long languishing in the secured reserves. Now, for the first time, the Museum is exposing it in its entirety to the art lovers of this and other countries by publishing this monograph. The monograph introduces the objects in the following categories : sculpture, textile, lacquerwork, ceramics, metal work, musical instruments and miscellaneous objects. The survey not only deals with their techniques and styles, but also relates them to the socio-religious life of the Burmese people. A comprehensively illustrated catalogue of the objects has been added to provide the reader with ready reference. More significantly, the monograph amply marks the personality of Burmese creative genius as expressed in orderly forms and luminous colours of their arts and crafts." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 59791

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Bhattacharya, Asok K.

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Pratapaditya Pal and Enamul Haque (eds.)

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About this Item: Marg Publications, Mumbai, India, 2003. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. INTRODUCTION MANGALKOT AND BURDWAN: Antiquity and Antiquities Samir Kumar Mukherjee CHANDRAKETUGARH: Enigmatic Entrepot of Ancient Bengal Enamul Haque PAHARPUR: Buddhist Complex of Ancient Bengal Dilip K. Chakrabarti MAINAMATI: City on the Red Hills Gouriswar Bhattacharya MAHASTHANGARH: Great Citadel Enamul Haque GAUR AND PANDUA: Capitals of the Bengal Sultans Naseem Banerji BISHNUPUR: Capital of the Land of Wrestlers Asok K. Bhattacharya HOOGHLY: The Common Emporium Gautam Sengupta MURSHIDABAD: Capital of Fleeting Glory Pratapaditya Pal Printed Pages:152 with numerous colour and b/w illustrations. Size: 23 Cms x 29 Cms. Seller Inventory # 016395

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P.C. Pant

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About this Item: Agam. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: I. Neolithic and chalcolithic pottery: 1A. Neolithic and chalcolithic pottery of the middle Ganga plains: a case study of Senuwar/ Birendra Pratap Singh. 1B. Supporting chapter: some observations on the neolithic pottery/Anil Kumar. 2A. Ceramics of the Malwa and Jorwe cultures/S.B. Deo. 2B. Supporting chapter: some observations on the ceramics of the neolithic and chalcolithic periods of the Saryupar region/Indrajeet Singh. II. Ceramics of the iron age: 3A. Painted grey ware: the ceramic and cultural dimensions/Vibha Tripathi. 3B. Supporting chapter: potteries of the overlap between the late Harappan-and-painted grey ware, and painted grey ware cultures: enquiries and problems/Suchandra Mukherjee. 4A. Ancient Magadha: the cradle of the northern black polished ware/B.P. Sinha.4B. Supporting chapter: comments on the northern black polished ware and other associated wares/Meera Sharma. 5A. Megalithic pottery: cultural impacts/I.K. Sarma. 5B. Supporting chapter: some observations on ceramics of the Andhra and Satavahana cultures/Rama Krishna Pisipaty. III. Scientific approaches for the study of ancient pottery: 6A. Potteries of tribals in India: some arguments/Asok K. Ghosh and Subhra Bhattacharya. 6B.Supporting chapter: ethnography and archaeology:. Seller Inventory # 10553

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B N Mukherjee

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About this Item: Progressive Pub, Kolkata, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. On Prabodh Chandra Bagchi 1. Prabodh Chandra Bagchi a life sketch/Ratna Sinha. 2. Prabodh Chandra Bagchi as an Indologist/Amitabha Bhattacharyya. 3. Prabodh Chandra Bagchi The Sino Indologist/Haraprasad Ray. 4. Prabodh Chandra Bagchi His contribution to Tibetan studies/Alaka Chattopadhyaya. 5. Prabodh Chandra Bagchi and Tibetan studies/S.K. Pathak. 6. Prabodh Chandra Bagchi and Central Asian Studies/B.N. Mukherjee. 7. Dr. Prabodh Chandra Bagchi an orientalist/Kalyan Kumar Sarka. 8. P.C. Bagchi and China A note on a gift from the Peking University/Yun hua Jan. 9. Scholars on Dr. Prabodh Chandra Bagchi/K.K. Sarkar. 10. In praise of Prabodh Chandra Bagchi (1898 1956)/Akira Yuyama. 11. Relations between the Indian and Chinese Civilizations/Tan Chung. II. Articles in honour of Prabodh Chandra Bagchi 1. Absence of scientific history from ancient Indian period how and why/Ge Weijun. 2. Hunger and food in the Vedic Samhitas/Sukumari Bhattacharji. 3. Problems in Pali Orthography/K.R. Norman. 4. Wang Xuance's Missions to India in the light of new evidence/Bangwei Wang. 5. Two traditions of Hindu Asceticism/Andrew Stuart. 6. Tantra Buddhism Kalacakrayana/Biswanath Benerjee. 7. On the Tantric concepts of Kula and Akula/Andre Padoux. 8. The four Yoga penetrations (Nirvedha Bhagiya) in the Buddhist Anuttarayoga Tantra/Alex Wayman. 9. A Ganguli Rajaguru under the coals/R. Nagaswamy. 10. Gopuras of the temples/I.K. Sarma. 11. Buddhism and Ajanta Painting/Asok K. Bhattacharya. 12. A useful glimpse from a Silpa text/Tirthankar Bhattacharya. 13. A stone image of Buddha from the environs of Jagajjibanpur (District Malda) and a small metal image of Buddha from Tulabhita (in Jagajjibanpur)/Debala Mitra. 14. Revanta/Dilip Kumar Biswas. 15. The Goddess Laksmi and the Owl/D.C. Bhattacharyya. 16. Aryan migration from Central Asia/Ram Sharan Sharma. 17. Central Asia the limits and periodisation of its relations with India/B.N. Mukherjee. 18. China Central Asia and India the early phase (206 B.C. A.D. 23) with translation of the relevant Chinese records/Haraprasad Ray. 19. A dialogue on Buddhist meditation from the early Tang Dynasty the Xiuchan Yaojue/Henrik H. Sorensen. 20. The essentials and prospects of China's traditional culture/Huang Xinchuan. 21. The characteristics and interaction of the traditional religions in China/W. Pachow. 22. Experimental poetry in China during the 1920s/Amitendranath Tagore. 23. The Rama Katha contact and adjustment in Southeast Asia/Pranabananda Jash. 24. A note on the present state of work on the Sanskrit epigraphy of Cambodia King Rajendravarman a true Ksatriya/Kamaleswar Bhattacharya. Select bibliography. Some books and articles on P.C. Bagchi. A list of obituaries. Pictures. Some letters from Sylvain Levi to P.C. Bagchi. List of contributors. 432 pp. Seller Inventory # 73912

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K.N. Dikshit

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2008. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: `Archaeology - Some Challenges in the 21st Century`: Presidential Address R.C. Tripathi `Globalization and Indian Archaeology` :Y.D. Sharma Memorial Lecture Dilip K. Chakrabarti `Out of Africa` Revisited within the Framework of Indian Prehistory D.K. Bhattacharya Archaeological Investigations in the Middle Bhima Basin, Maharashtra: A Preliminary Report Varada Khaladkar Neolithic Culture in Kalimpong and Sikkim: A Reassessment G. K. Lama Excavation at Pachrahi (2007-08) S.S. Yadav and Atula Kumar Pradhan Excavations at Juafardih and its identification with Kulika S.C. Saran, N.G. Nikoshey, S. Nayan, J.K. Tiwari, A. Arif and N. Saxena Bilot Kafir Kot: A Splendour of Gandhara Nagara Temple Architecture top Farzand Masih Identifying the Surroundings of Nalanda Mahavihara (2005-06) Bijoy Kumar Choudhary Excavation at Pakhanna, Bankura Asok Datta The Architectural Landscape of the Kamakhya Temple Complex Sukanya Sharma Zero in Early Indian Inscriptions Arvind Kumar Singh A Preliminary Report on the Discovery of Kharoshthi Inscriptions at the City-Site of Kampyrtepa (Uzbekistan), Based on the Results of Archaeological Excavations 2007 E. V. Rtveladze Cotton: A Probe into Archaeological Evidences Charu Smita Gupta and Anamika Pathak Bronze Images of Female Buddhist Deities from Sirpur Prabhat Kumar Singh Revisiting the Role of Climate in the Collapse of the Indus-Sarasvati Civilization Michel Danino Vedic Irina and the Rann-of-Kutch R.N. Iyengar, B.P.Radhakrishna and S.S. Mishra Notes and News Some Salient Features of the Surface Architecture of Megaliths of Hazaribag Subhashis Das Chalcolithic Knobbed Ware R.N. Kumaran Ganeshwar People Knew Numerals and Simple Arithmetic Ratan Chandra Agarwala Does the Inscribed Terracotta Cake from Bhirrana Represent the Mature Harappan Creed? L.S. Rao Star Shaped Temples of Mansar A.K. Sharma Bakraur - A Repository of Rich Archaeological Property P.K. Mishra Buddhist Stupa Complex at Deour Kothara and Dundi Gadhi and the Monuments in Its Neighbourhood A.K. Singh Excavations at Hariharpur, District Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh Vibha Tripathi Ancient Irrigation Canal: Evidence from the Purna Basin, Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra top Bhaskar Deotare, Gurudas Shete, Reshma Sawant and Satish Naik Concentric Circles: Kushan Structural Riddle in Kashmir B.R. Mani A Preliminary Report of Faunal Remains from Madina, Rohtak District, Haryana P.P. Joglekar, Manmohan Kumar and V.S. Shinde Terracotta Mini Balls from Vadnagar: A Macroscopic Study Ambika Patel and Rajesh S.V. Talab Shahi: An Archaeological Study of a Medieval Dam at Dholpur M.K. Pundhir Metallographic Investigations of Iron Objects found in the Megalithic Burials in Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra S.V.Joshi, P.P. Deshpande, R.K. Mohanty, N.B. Dhokey and M.A. More Faunal Remains Recovered From the Neolithic Phase at Jhusi, District Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh P.P. Joglekar, J.N. Pal, V.D. Misra and M.C. Gupta Report of International Workshop on Use of Remote Sensing and Other Scientific Techniques in the Archaeology of Asia Vidula Jayaswal ONGC Project Saraswati near Jaisalmer, Rajasthan ACTIVITIES OF THE INDIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Report of XLI Annual Conference of Indian Archaeological Society held at Raipur, Chhattisgarh, from 1s` to 4th December 2007. Book Reviews Misra, V.N. 2007. Rajasthan: Prehistoric and Early Historic Foundations 266 D.P. Agrawal Nagar, Malti. 2008. Hunter-Gatherers in North and Central India: An Ethnoarchaeological Study V.N. Misra Chakrabarti, Dilip. 2007. Archaeological Geography of the Ganga Plain - The Upper Ganga (Oudh Printed Pages: 303. Seller Inventory # 1464

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Pratapaditya Pal and Enamul Haque (eds.)

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About this Item: Marg Publications, Mumbai, India, 2003. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. INTRODUCTION MANGALKOT AND BURDWAN: Antiquity and Antiquities Samir Kumar Mukherjee CHANDRAKETUGARH: Enigmatic Entrepot of Ancient Bengal Enamul Haque PAHARPUR: Buddhist Complex of Ancient Bengal Dilip K. Chakrabarti MAINAMATI: City on the Red Hills Gouriswar Bhattacharya MAHASTHANGARH: Great Citadel Enamul Haque GAUR AND PANDUA: Capitals of the Bengal Sultans Naseem Banerji BISHNUPUR: Capital of the Land of Wrestlers Asok K. Bhattacharya HOOGHLY: The Common Emporium Gautam Sengupta MURSHIDABAD: Capital of Fleeting Glory Pratapaditya Pal Printed Pages:152 with numerous colour and b/w illustrations. Size: 23 Cms x 29 Cms. Seller Inventory # 016395

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K.N. Dikshit

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2008. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: `Archaeology - Some Challenges in the 21st Century`: Presidential Address R.C. Tripathi `Globalization and Indian Archaeology` :Y.D. Sharma Memorial Lecture Dilip K. Chakrabarti `Out of Africa` Revisited within the Framework of Indian Prehistory D.K. Bhattacharya Archaeological Investigations in the Middle Bhima Basin, Maharashtra: A Preliminary Report Varada Khaladkar Neolithic Culture in Kalimpong and Sikkim: A Reassessment G. K. Lama Excavation at Pachrahi (2007-08) S.S. Yadav and Atula Kumar Pradhan Excavations at Juafardih and its identification with Kulika S.C. Saran, N.G. Nikoshey, S. Nayan, J.K. Tiwari, A. Arif and N. Saxena Bilot Kafir Kot: A Splendour of Gandhara Nagara Temple Architecture top Farzand Masih Identifying the Surroundings of Nalanda Mahavihara (2005-06) Bijoy Kumar Choudhary Excavation at Pakhanna, Bankura Asok Datta The Architectural Landscape of the Kamakhya Temple Complex Sukanya Sharma Zero in Early Indian Inscriptions Arvind Kumar Singh A Preliminary Report on the Discovery of Kharoshthi Inscriptions at the City-Site of Kampyrtepa (Uzbekistan), Based on the Results of Archaeological Excavations 2007 E. V. Rtveladze Cotton: A Probe into Archaeological Evidences Charu Smita Gupta and Anamika Pathak Bronze Images of Female Buddhist Deities from Sirpur Prabhat Kumar Singh Revisiting the Role of Climate in the Collapse of the Indus-Sarasvati Civilization Michel Danino Vedic Irina and the Rann-of-Kutch R.N. Iyengar, B.P.Radhakrishna and S.S. Mishra Notes and News Some Salient Features of the Surface Architecture of Megaliths of Hazaribag Subhashis Das Chalcolithic Knobbed Ware R.N. Kumaran Ganeshwar People Knew Numerals and Simple Arithmetic Ratan Chandra Agarwala Does the Inscribed Terracotta Cake from Bhirrana Represent the Mature Harappan Creed? L.S. Rao Star Shaped Temples of Mansar A.K. Sharma Bakraur - A Repository of Rich Archaeological Property P.K. Mishra Buddhist Stupa Complex at Deour Kothara and Dundi Gadhi and the Monuments in Its Neighbourhood A.K. Singh Excavations at Hariharpur, District Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh Vibha Tripathi Ancient Irrigation Canal: Evidence from the Purna Basin, Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra top Bhaskar Deotare, Gurudas Shete, Reshma Sawant and Satish Naik Concentric Circles: Kushan Structural Riddle in Kashmir B.R. Mani A Preliminary Report of Faunal Remains from Madina, Rohtak District, Haryana P.P. Joglekar, Manmohan Kumar and V.S. Shinde Terracotta Mini Balls from Vadnagar: A Macroscopic Study Ambika Patel and Rajesh S.V. Talab Shahi: An Archaeological Study of a Medieval Dam at Dholpur M.K. Pundhir Metallographic Investigations of Iron Objects found in the Megalithic Burials in Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra S.V.Joshi, P.P. Deshpande, R.K. Mohanty, N.B. Dhokey and M.A. More Faunal Remains Recovered From the Neolithic Phase at Jhusi, District Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh P.P. Joglekar, J.N. Pal, V.D. Misra and M.C. Gupta Report of International Workshop on Use of Remote Sensing and Other Scientific Techniques in the Archaeology of Asia Vidula Jayaswal ONGC Project Saraswati near Jaisalmer, Rajasthan ACTIVITIES OF THE INDIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Report of XLI Annual Conference of Indian Archaeological Society held at Raipur, Chhattisgarh, from 1s` to 4th December 2007. Book Reviews Misra, V.N. 2007. Rajasthan: Prehistoric and Early Historic Foundations 266 D.P. Agrawal Nagar, Malti. 2008. Hunter-Gatherers in North and Central India: An Ethnoarchaeological Study V.N. Misra Chakrabarti, Dilip. 2007. Archaeological Geography of the Ganga Plain - The Upper Ganga (Oudh Printed Pages: 303. Seller Inventory # 1464

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edited by M.P. Dube

Published by Rawat Publications (2017)

ISBN 10: 8131606805 ISBN 13: 9788131606803

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About this Item: Rawat Publications, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. I. Theorizing social justice: 1. The concept of justice/Debashis Guha. 2. The idea of ‘justice as fairness’/Naresh Dadhich. 3. Rawls’s theory of justice/Asok Mukhopadhyay. 4. Theorizing social justice beyond distributive principles/M.P. Dube. 5. Affirmative action and justice/Ramashray Roy. 6. Beyond rawls: conceptualizing social justice in a Varna-based society/T.R. Sharma. 7. Justice for groups: multiculturalist critique of Rawls’s theory of justice/Papla Sengupta. 8. The question of justice in the contemporary global order: some guiding considerations/Anand P. Mavalankar. II. Social justice and marginalized sections in India: 9. Social development through social justice: the Indian context/S.V. Pande and Archana Srivastava. 10. Transformation of caste system into caste in contemporary India/K.L. Sharma. 11. Politics of social backwardness and empowerment of other and economically backward classes/D.K. Verma. 12. Social inclusion through exclusive provisions in India: the glass is half full/P.K. Chaubey. 13. Social justice and people at the margins/M. Kistaiah. 14. Issues of social justice and the marginalized: contextualizing scheduled castes in J&K state/Ashish Saxena. 15. Social justice in economic perspective: displacement of people by land acquisition for industrialization India/Bhaskar Majumdar. 16. Free legal aid as fundamental right in India: reality or still a distant dream?/Sanjay Gupta. III. Gender perspectives of social justice: 17. Gender and development: theoretical perspectives/Mohit Bhattacharya. 18. Women’s rights as human rights/Mahendra Prasad Singh. 19. Women and politics of violence: an essay on attitudinal fundamentalism/Chandrakala Padia. 20. Trajectories of women’s fiction in India/Sumita Parmar. Index. Justice is one of the primary qualities of a good political order. With rising disparities of income, wealth and access to opportunity in most of the liberal societies, justice is now a concern of anyone for one’s rightful due. Each one in society wants and expects one’s fair share of wealth, income, political power, social recognition, education, and other resources and opportunities. The basic question is about the specific standard to be employed in assessing what one deserves. To utilitarian theorists, a socially just allocation is ultimately an allocation that produces the greatest sum of happiness. The most ambitious attempt to answer these questions was provided by John Rawls. Rawls’s view is that justice demands ‘maximum equal liberty’ and a distribution of economic benefits which makes the least favoured person as well off as possible. Hayek and Nozick challenge John Rawls’s arguments saying that distributive principles are incompatible with individual liberty. In the traditional distributional approach, the sole emphasis on distribution without an examination of the underlying causes of the mal-distributions was not acceptable to several contemporary political theorists such as, Iris Young, Nancy Frazer, Axel Honneth and Charles Taylor. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 119343

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S C Dwivedi and Nalini Dwivedi

Published by Aavishkar Pub, Jaipur (2007)

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About this Item: Aavishkar Pub, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. 1. Developmental toxicity impact of environmental chemicals on humans and wild life/Ravi Parkash. 2. Xenobiotic induced behavioral and immune alterations current perspective/Basu Dev Banerjee Ayanabha Chakraborti Asok K. Tripathi Sanvidhan G. Suke and Rafat S. Ahmed. 3. In Vitro Toxicity Bioassay as an alternative to animal toxicity testing/Shelley Bhattacharya Anirban Bhattacharya and Sonali Roy. 4. Problem of pest resistance to pesticides and methods to manage it/H.P. Misra and B.C. Jena. 5. Ochratoxicosis/R.J. Verma Shalini Mathew and Devjani Chakraborty. 6. Toxicity screening using bacteria as tests organisms/S.K. Ghosh. 7. Risks and benefits of deltamethrin usage in insect pest control/Sanjay Kumar. 8. Genotoxic potential of Cypermethrin + Quinalphos (3+20)% EC with reference to Chromosomal Aberration and Micronucleus Test/B. Suresh A. Mukherjee B.C. Roy and B. Pilo. 9. Toxicological monitoring using earthworms/Ayesha S. Ali Iram Khan and Sharique A. Ali. 10. Environmental health assaults of heavy metals and Teratogens in humans/Ravi Parkash. 11. Speciation and biomagnification of mercury in Aquatic Systems/P.V. Paulose. 12. Pyrethroid Toxicity in Drosophila Melanogster an assessment based on structure activity relationship/Prabhu N. Saxena and Harendra N. Sharma. 13. Baculovirus an ecosafe component of insect pest management/N.P. Singh and Vinod Kumari. 14. Comparative effects of Acrylamide on the morphology of Female Swiss Albino Mice Exposed through dermal and oral routes/Asha Sharma Mona Arora and Manisha Gupta. 15. Toxicological evaluation of cadmium in some fishes/Ayesha S. Ali and Neelu Quaiyumi. 16. Textile industry in India boon or bane/Subhasini Sharma Pratima Soni Arti Sharma Shweta Sharma Pawan K. Singh Ramesh C. Swami Jagmohan Pradeep K. Sharma and K.P. Sharma. 17. Toxicity of zinc to fish a review/Neera Srivastava. 18. Pharmacological and Toxicological Studies on Sankhia (AS2O3) Poisoning with reference to evidential test on Albino Rats/S.K. Jain. 19. The art the science and the Allure of Toxicology/S.C. Dwivedi and Nalini Dwivedi. Index. Many existing excellent reference volumes deal with the harmful effects of chemicals and present the subject of toxicology as an indexed compilation of individual agents in which the biologic effects are separately described. This book deals with the subject of toxicology as a basic science and considers the toxicity of individual chemical agents only in regard to their use as example. This volume addresses itself to the identification and assessment of toxic agents in various ecosystems providing a comprehensive and upto date information of the field. Timely and authoritative this book will provide the specialist with valuable original data and the generalist with an excellent overview of the field. This book is useful of students of zoology botany environment microbiology biotechnology toxicology veterinary science health science nursing forensic science and other related fields. 288 pp. Seller Inventory # 66828

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Gouriswar Bhattacharya (Ed.)

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About this Item: Kaveri Book Service, New Delhi, India, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. This book is a collection of forty research papers in honour of Prof. Enamul Haque, founder and formerly Director General of the Bangladesh National Museum and Director of the International Centre for Study of Bengal Art at Dhaka, Bangladesh. These papers are contributed by eminent scholars from India and abroad who acknowledge him as an international scholar and admire him in the scholarly world. These articles, with notes, references and bibliography are well illustrated and are grouped into five sections, viz. Section-I: Archaeology; Section-II: Art and Iconography; Section-III: Architecture; Section-IV: Epigraphy and Numismatics; and Section-V: Religion. Contents: Section-I: Archaeology: (1) Kunor: the Village of Potters: An Archaeo-Ethnological Study/ Mandira Bhattacharya; (2) Subsistence Strategies of the Chalcolithic People of Bengal: A Case Study/ Asok Datta; (3) A Unique Burial System of the Ahoms/ S Jamal Hasan; (4) History of Cattagrama Port/ Shahnaj Husne Jahan; (5) Wari-Bateshwar and Archaeology of Bangladesh/ Abu Imam; (6) A Preliminary Study on Amulets and Pendants found at Wari-Bateshwar, Bangladesh/ S S Mostafizur Rahman/ (7) Buddhist Relics and Relic-caskets: An Archaeological Study/ Mallar Mitra; (8) Pre-Muslim Terracotta Ringwell: Excavated Remains from Mahasthangarh/ Nasir Uddin Mobin. Section-II: Art and Iconography: (9) Representation of the Twenty-eight Buddhas of Former Aeons at Bagan/ Eva Allinger; (10) The Hidden God: Some Remarks on Yama and the Protectors of the Sacred Space in Buddhist Art/ C Bautze-Picron; (11) A Unique Jaina Ayagapatta from Lower Bengal/ Sudipa Bandyopadhyay; (12) Vasudeva-Visnu Images from Bengal: Development and Innovation: Is Lotus an Essential Attribute?/ Gouriswar Bhattacharya; (13) Mughal Paintings in the Freer Art Gallery, Washington/ Zia Uddin Desai; (14) On the Semiotic Function of Tress in Early Indian Art/ Adalbert J Gail; (15) Transmigration on Legends between India the Hellenistic World: Two Cases/ Suchandra Ghosh; (16) Saree: Proud Heritage of the Women of South Asia/ Zulekha Haque; (17) Meru, Samavasarana and Simhasana: The Recurrence of Three-Tiered Structures in Jaina Cosmology, Mythology and Ritual/ Julia A B Hegewald; (18) Representations of Hariti in Bihar-Bengal/ Isabell Johne; (19) An Attempt at the Dating of Shah-ji-ki-Dheri Casket/ Sarita Khettry; (20) Images of Buddhist Goddesses accompanied by Astral Deities/ Gerd Mevissen; (21) On the importance of the Dharmakosa Samgraha: A Little Known Text on Buddhist Iconography/ Shyam Chand Mukherji; (22) A Pala Period Peacock Jataka Panel in the Norton Simon Museum/ Pratapaditya Pal; (23) Cultural Context in Indian Art: An Introspection/ R C Sharma; (24) Deccani Ceiling Panels showing Astadikpalas and Natesa: An Analysis/ Corinna Wessels-Mevissen; (25) The Indo-Portuguese Quilt and its Influence on the Nakshi Kantha/ Niaz Zaman. Section-III: Architecture: (26) Hammams of the Mughal Period in Bangladesh/ Nazimuddin Ahmed; (27) Madrasah Architecture in Sultanate Bengal/ Khoundar Alamgir; (28) Unpublished views of Dhaka (Dacca) by Sir Charles D'Oyly, 7th Baronet/ Joachim K Bautze; (29) The Shmashana Temples of Joydevpur in the Ghazipur District/ Nazly Chowdhury; (30) Some Important Aspects of Manarah/ Muhammad Abdul Qadir. Section-IV: Epigraphy & Numismatics: (31) Two Undeciphered Inscriptions of Varendra: An Appraisal/ A K M Yaqub Ali; (32) Re-editing the Junwani Copper Plate Inscription of Mahasivagupta Balarjuna, Regnal Year 57/ Susmita Basu Majumdar; (33) In Search of Silver South East Asian Source for the Coinage of Bengal/ Pranab K Chattopadhyay; (34) An Ornamented Brahmi Inscription/ B N Mukherjee; (35) Madhipur Hoard of Copper Punch-marked Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta/ Dolly Mukherjee; (36) Some Observations on the Ashrafpur Plates of Devakhadga/ Sayantani Pal; (37) Silver Coins of the Bengal Sultans: Designs and Artistic Motifs (13th-16th Century)/ Sutapa Sinha; (38) Nadiabhanga Copper Plate Charter. Seller Inventory # 104178

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Enamul Haque

Published by The Internat Centre for SBA, Dhaka (2008)

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About this Item: The Internat Centre for SBA, Dhaka, 2008. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Cakrasamvara iconography and Buddhist religious politics in medieval Bengal/Adelheid Herrmann Pfandt. 2. Meaning and message of art on Bengal Sultans coinage/Syed Ejaz Hussain. 3. Archaeological of Deulpota/Asok Datta. 4. Two epigraphs of Bengal Sultanate a study of historical and aesthetic aspects/A.K.M. Yaqub Ali. 5. Arts of Bengal in the Philadelphia Museum of Art/Darielle Mason. 6. The snake Goddess from Rangpur How did they call her/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 7. Oehme Fench photographer(s) of Bengal active late 1870s to 1880s/Joachim K. Bautze. 8. Residential Hubs of Bengali merchant class of early nineteenth century Calcutta/Satyaki Sarkar. 9. Islamic heritage of Bengal temples/D.R. Das. 10. Snake Goddess in Eastern India/Arundhati Banerji. 11. Ivory combs from Chandraketugarh/Gourissankar De. 12. New lights on Gunaighar copperplate of Vainyagupta (6 Century Ad) of East Bengal/Ayub Khan. 13. Temples tanks and devotional practices mapping a Bengali landscape in Puri/Katherine Hacker. 14. Excavation at Nilkuthi Mound Mauja Chak Chandpara District Murshidabad West Bengal (2005 06)/Bimal Bandyopadhyay. 15. Erotic plaques from Chandraketugarh in the collection on Indian Musuem/Rita Dutta. 16. Evolution of Sarnath School of Art and its contacts with West and East/B.R. Mani. 17. Architectural motifs of religious edifices in Pala Sena Art/Sudipa Bandyopadhyay. 18. Some Devi images of the Pala Sena period in the National Museum Karachi/Ibrahim Shah. 19. The Riverine and maritime trade of Madanpur its relation with Kalinga and South East Asia/Kumar Mihirendra Pratap Singh Deo. 20. Influence of Pala architecture in Tamilnadu/R. Nagaswamy. 21. Eden garden and paradisiacal river in Worldly Palaces water Cosmology in some Arabic Verses inscribed on the Royal Monuments in Gaur (Bengal) and Granada (Andalusia)/Mohammad Yusuf Siddiqi. 22. The Mushidabad (Indian Museum) copper plate grant of Dharmapala and the Somapura Mahavihara/Suresh Chandra Bhattacharya. 23. The iconography of the Saptamtrka reliefs from Bihar and Bengal/Aswantie Ghiraw 24 A preliminary note on Buddhist sculptures from Dhaka region/Eun Su Lee. 25. Influence of industrial revolution on the architecture of Calcutta case study of strand warehouse/Sanmarga Mitra and Parama Mitra. 26. Defining the Central structure of Somapur Mahavihara Paharpur/Md. Mizanur Rashid. 27. Mahisantosh a medieval city complex of Varendra/Ruhful Kuddus Md. Saleh. 28. Archaeological investigation in the districts of Dakshin Dinajpur and Uttar Dinajpur West Bengal a report/Ranjusri Ghosh. 29. Decorative aspects of the excavated Buddhist Monuments of Bangladesh/Nasir Uddin Mobin. 368 pp. Seller Inventory # 73766

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Edited by Projit Kumar Palit and Susmita Palit Saha

Published by Kaveri Books (2017)

ISBN 10: 8174792066 ISBN 13: 9788174792068

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About this Item: Kaveri Books, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. 1. Buddhist Sanskrit Manuscripts of Nepal: Continuity of ancient Indian textual tradition in the Himalaya/Shanker Thapa. 2. Heritage of Tibetan xylographs related to manuscripts of Indian origin/S K Pathak. 3. Pali manuscripts in Asian countries/B Kumar. 4. A brief note on manuscriptology/K Maheswaran Nair. 5. Ecological perception in ancient India through manuscript study/Swami Kamalasthananda. 6. Architectural motifs in Pala manuscript paintings of early medieval Bengal/S R Bandyopadhya. 7. Two indigenous manuscripts of Assam: a new paradigm in the history of traditional knowledge in India/Anita Bagchi. 8. Assam Buranji manuscript No. 43 and fortifications of Guwahati under Ahom Rule/Paromita Das. 9. Manuscript painting tradition in Assam: a concise overview/Raj Kumar Mazinder. 10. Writing the environment of early medieval Bengal: gleaning from Manuscripts (CE 600-1300)/K Ray. 11. History of Tripura: A study on manuscripts and tradition in Tripura/J B Bhowmik. 12. Manuscripts of Tripura: a cultural heritage/S Poddar and N Karmakar. 13. Mrigavati Kavya of Abdul Alim: A Bengali manuscript of medieval Bardhaman/R K Jana. 14. The sacred books of the east: a colonial representation/A B Chakraborty. 15. Manuscript: reflection of culture/Asok Kumar N.K. 16. The politics of religion: reading Shri Chaitanya between biographies/Jaydeep Chakrabarty. 17. Puya: the ancient manuscript tradition of Manipur/Ruma Sarma. 18. Gaoseng Faxian Zhuan: the earliest extant Chinese Manuscript on Indian kingdoms: a critical study/D Roy. 19. Manuscript: Language study of Lalitavistara Sutra/B Bhattacharya. 20. The world of Western Indian Manuscript painting in the 15th-16th century India/Swati Biswas. 21. Yogsangram: the 17th century Marathi Manuscript/Ravi Khangai. 22. Passages on music in Sivadharma corpus/A K Acharya. 23. Manuscripts and miniature paintings of Assam/Swadhinata Das. India has the largest collection of manuscripts in the world. Millions of manuscripts are lying in libraries, museums and private collections in all over India. All are the valuable sources of knowledge especially of ancient Indian history and culture. Various type of scripts have been used for writing the manuscripts which are – Devanagari, Tiglari, Sarada, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Grantha, Tamil, Nandinagari, Old Newari, Persian and Arabic etc. In the second half of the 18th century, a few British officers such as Sir William Jones (1746-1794), Sir Robert Chambers (1774-1779), Colin Mackenzie (1782-1806) took a deep interest for studying the Indian culture. They started collecting manuscripts, inscriptions and others antiquities for preserving cataloguing and research. Later, in the last half of the 19th century, the Government of India deputed few scholars for collecting the manuscripts in different parts of India. Since that time, the mission was started for collecting, preserving, cataloguing and editing the manuscripts on in and outside India. The book is a collection of thoughtful articles from scholars and writers enumerates the different aspects of the Manuscript as well as the Great Indian Culture. This book will give some thoughtful insight to the reader in various aspects. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 122442

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Bhattacharya, Gouriswar (eds) et.al.

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About this Item: Kaveri Book Service, New Delhi, 2007. Hard Bound. Condition: New. This book is a collection of forty research papers in honour of Prof. Enamul Haque, founder and formerly Director General of the Bangladesh National Museum and Director of the International Centre for Study of Bengal Art at Dhaka, Bangladesh. These papers are contributed by eminent scholars from India and abroad who acknowledge him as an international scholar and admire him in the scholarly world. These articles, with notes, references and bibliography are well illustrated and are grouped into five sections, viz. Section-I: Archaeology; Section-II: Art and Iconography; Section-III: Architecture; Section-IV: Epigraphy and Numismatics; and Section-V: Religion. Contents: Section-I: Archaeology: (1) Kunor: the Village of Potters: An Archaeo-Ethnological Study/ Mandira Bhattacharya; (2) Subsistence Strategies of the Chalcolithic People of Bengal: A Case Study/ Asok Datta; (3) A Unique Burial System of the Ahoms/ S Jamal Hasan; (4) History of Cattagrama Port/ Shahnaj Husne Jahan; (5) Wari-Bateshwar and Archaeology of Bangladesh/ Abu Imam; (6) A Preliminary Study on Amulets and Pendants found at Wari-Bateshwar, Bangladesh/ S S Mostafizur Rahman/ (7) Buddhist Relics and Relic-caskets: An Archaeological Study/ Mallar Mitra; (8) Pre-Muslim Terracotta Ringwell: Excavated Remains from Mahasthangarh/ Nasir Uddin Mobin. Section-II: Art and Iconography: (9) Representation of the Twenty-eight Buddhas of Former Aeons at Bagan/ Eva Allinger; (10) The Hidden God: Some Remarks on Yama and the Protectors of the Sacred Space in Buddhist Art/ C Bautze-Picron; (11) A Unique Jaina Ayagapatta from Lower Bengal/ Sudipa Bandyopadhyay; (12) Vasudeva-Visnu Images from Bengal: Development and Innovation: Is Lotus an Essential Attribute?/ Gouriswar Bhattacharya; (13) Mughal Paintings in the Freer Art Gallery, Washington/ Zia Uddin Desai; (14) On the Semiotic Function of Tress in Early Indian Art/ Adalbert J Gail; (15) Transmigration on Legends between India the Hellenistic World: Two Cases/ Suchandra Ghosh; (16) Saree: Proud Heritage of the Women of South Asia/ Zulekha Haque; (17) Meru, Samavasarana and Simhasana: The Recurrence of Three-Tiered Structures in Jaina Cosmology, Mythology and Ritual/ Julia A B Hegewald; (18) Representations of Hariti in Bihar-Bengal/ Isabell Johne; (19) An Attempt at the Dating of Shah-ji-ki-Dheri Casket/ Sarita Khettry; (20) Images of Buddhist Goddesses accompanied by Astral Deities/ Gerd Mevissen; (21) On the importance of the Dharmakosa Samgraha: A Little Known Text on Buddhist Iconography/ Shyam Chand Mukherji; (22) A Pala Period Peacock Jataka Panel in the Norton Simon Museum/ Pratapaditya Pal; (23) Cultural Context in Indian Art: An Introspection/ R C Sharma; (24) Deccani Ceiling Panels showing Astadikpalas and Natesa: An Analysis/ Corinna Wessels-Mevissen; (25) The Indo-Portuguese Quilt and its Influence on the Nakshi Kantha/ Niaz Zaman. Section-III: Architecture: (26) Hammams of the Mughal Period in Bangladesh/ Nazimuddin Ahmed; (27) Madrasah Architecture in Sultanate Bengal/ Khoundar Alamgir; (28) Unpublished views of Dhaka (Dacca) by Sir Charles D?Oyly, 7th Baronet/ Joachim K Bautze; (29) The Shmashana Temples of Joydevpur in the Ghazipur District/ Nazly Chowdhury; (30) Some Important Aspects of Manarah/ Muhammad Abdul Qadir. Section-IV: Epigraphy & Numismatics: (31) Two Undeciphered Inscriptions of Varendra: An Appraisal/ A K M Yaqub Ali; (32) Re-editing the Junwani Copper Plate Inscription of Mahasivagupta Balarjuna, Regnal Year 57/ Susmita Basu Majumdar; (33) In Search of Silver South East Asian Source for the Coinage of Bengal/ Pranab K Chattopadhyay; (34) An Ornamented Brahmi Inscription/ B N Mukherjee; (35) Madhipur Hoard of Copper Punch-marked Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta/ Dolly Mukherjee; (36) Some Observations on the Ashrafpur Plates of Devakhadga/ Sayantani Pal; (37) Silver Coins of the Bengal Sultans: Designs and Artistic Motifs (13th-16th Century)/ Sutapa Sinha; (38) Nadiabhanga Copper Plate Charter. Seller Inventory # 245872

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Pratapaditya Pal and Enamul Haque

Published by Marg Pub (2003)

ISBN 10: 8185026599 ISBN 13: 9788185026596

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About this Item: Marg Pub, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Introduction/Pratapaditya Pal. 2. Mangalkot and Burdwan : antiquity and antiquities/Samir Kumar Mukherjee. 3. Chandraketugarh: enigmatic entrepot of ancient Bengal/Enamul Haque. 4. Paharpur: Buddhist complex of early Bengal/Dilip K. Chakrabarti. 5. Mainamati: city on the Red Hills/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 6. Mahasthangarh: great citadel/Enamul Haque. 7. Gaur and Pandua: twin cities of the Bengal Sultans/Naseem Banerji. 8. Bishnupur: land of wrestlers/Asok K. Bhattacharya. 9. Hooghly: the common emporium/Gautam Sengupta. 10. Murshidabad: capital of fleeting glory/Pratapaditya Pal. 11. Index. "This book is the third in the series of Marg studies in the regional cultures of the subcontinent-the first two being on the arts of Kutch and Orissa. The book focuses on both West Bengal and Bangladesh which, though parts of the subcontinent, are politically separate entities. However, until 1947, the two formed a single political unit known as Bengal. In a sense therefore the two " Bengals" are being united again in this volume through discourses on the common heritage. The volume is also distinguished by the fact that all the contributors are Bengalis from both halves of the divided state or sub- nation. "The purpose of the book is to provide an overview of the material culture of Bengal through a selection of nine sites, three of which are now in Bangladesh and six in West Bengal. While some such as Chandraketugarh, Mahasthangarh and Mangalkot are archaeological sites, others are still thriving and sprawling settlements possessing rich 152 pp. Seller Inventory # 48528

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