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Kumkum Roy (ed)

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About this Item: Manohar, India. Condition: New. Contents: Introduction. I. Issues and perspectives: 1. The position of women in Hindu civilization: retrospect and prospect/A.S. Altekar. 2. Beyond the Altekarian paradigm: towards a new understanding of gender relations in early Indian history/Uma Chakravarti. 3. Women under primitive Buddhism: laywomen and almswomen/I.B. Horner. II. Women and the economy: 1. Proprietary rights of women in ancient India/N.N. Bhattacharyya. 2. Turmeric land: women's property rights in Tamil society since early medieval times/Kanakalatha Mukund. 3. Rural urban dichotomy in the concept and status of women: an examination (from the Mauryas to the Guptas)/Chitrarekha Gupta. 4. Aspects of women and work in early South India/Vijaya Ramaswamy. III. Socio sexual constructions of womanhood: 1. Polyandry in the Vedic period/Sarva Daman Singh. 2. Prostitution in ancient India/Sukumari Bhattacharji. 3. Woman and the sacred in ancient Tamilnadu/George L. Hart III. IV. Religious beliefs and practices: 1. Urvasi and Pururavas/D.D. Kosambi. 2. Women's patronage to temple architecture/Harihar Singh. 3. The world of the Bhaktin in South Indian traditions the body and beyond/Uma Chakravarti. Bibliography. Women in Early Indian Societies is an anthology of excerpts from the works of authors who have shaped our understanding of gender relations in early India. Also included are papers which provide fresh insights or explore alternative paradigms and possibilities. The first section focuses on the diverse issues and perspectives in women's history so as to give the reader an overview of the implicit and explicit debates and methodological strategies and problems. Section II highlights some aspects of the material context and content of gender relations especially in terms of property labour and the impact of processes such as urbanization. Section III provides samples of the socio sexual definitions of womanhood through investigations in polyandry and prostitution and also draws attention to the possibility of regional variations. The last section on religious traditions includes analyses of the Goddess cult women's patronage of religious institutions and early Bhakti movements. The volume contains an editorial introduction which contextualizes the anthology and a detailed bibliography. Seller Inventory # 289

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I Sarkar

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Contributors. Acknowledgements. Introduction. 1. Paradigm shifts in women's studies/Malini Bhattacharya. 2. Is feminism a new paradigm shift in sciences/J.C. Debnath. 3. Feminist thinking and women in India/Vidyawati Agarwal. 4. Lesser known women in the Ramayana/Sangh Mittra. 5. Working women of ancient India/Chitrarekha Gupta. 6. Involvement of women in some scientific activities in ancient India/Anita Bagchi. 7. State patriarchy and women a reappraisal on Phuleswari Konwari/S.L. Baruah. 8. Liberation to emancipation through the eyes of women/Sutapa Bhattacharya. 9. Bengali Muslim women in post rokeya period Samsun Nahar Mahmud and Fazilatunnesa/Tahm in a Alam. 10. The role of women in the Tebhaga movement of North Bengal (1946 47)/I. Sarkar. 11. Participation of women in the police administration of Tripura/Satyadeo Poddar. 12. Towards gender justice in Bangladesh/Shirin Akhtar. 13. Women and violance/Anuradha Dutta. 14. Changing profile of women in Nepal/Pushpa Ghimire (Nirula) and Neera Shrestha. 15. Woman in discourses of nation and community and the politics of the personal a study of Northeast India/Aparna Mahanta. 16. Women development and gender equality towards twenty first century issues challenges and opportunities (case studies of Nepal)/Laxmi Keshari Manandhar. 17. Correlates of married women's labor force participation in private Sales and service sectors/Marieta Banez Sumagayasay. 18. Women in education an emphasis on disadvantaged women/Anil Bhuimali. 19. The changing status of women in India the areas of role conflict/R.K. Bhadra. 20. Feminist response to cultural imperialism a study of some selected Indo Anglcan women novelists/Soumyajit Samanta. Index. Women in Changing Society includes articles by 21 scholars from India Nepal Bangladesh and Philippines on variety of subjects relating to women and their activities in our society through the ages. All the writings contain valuable insights highlighting the idea of feminism and trace the different forms it has taken in the countries under consideration. The book specially has the concerns on various aspects of feminism and queries of paradigm shift in women studies. The comprehensive coverage of the activities of women in numerous sectors and also hints at feminization of labour as well as household activities conflict zones and environment in our society. The enquiry and presentation of fundamental questions centering women and ideology for example response to cultural imperialism. Women organising themselves for change. A guide to further reading in the light of the documents consulted and used in the articles which may be a foundation for any serious researcher on women in the development process. 244 pp. Seller Inventory # 70336

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P.K. Mishra (ed)

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About this Item: Abhinav, India. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. I. Art: 1. A contemporary iconic tradition: Laksmi, Ganesa Sarasvati--an emerging "New" Hindu Trimurti/H. Daniel Smith.2. A note on Usnisa-Sitatapatra Pratyamgira.Dharani/Sudha Sengupta. 3. A rare image of Natambara in Sambalpur University Museum/S. Pradhan. 4. Architecture and town-planning in the Puranas/Mamata Chaudhuri. 5. Birds in ancient Indian art/Uma Chakraborti. 6. Emergence of avalokitesvara/ Shailendra Kumar Verma. 7. Four images of the Buddhist Goddess Aparajita/ Mallar Mitra. 8. Horse and horse-headed deity of north-eastern India/ Chitrarekha Gupta. 9. Influence of Brahmanism on Early Siamese Art/P.K. Mishra. 10. Lakulisa to Rajaguru: metamorphosis of the 'Teacher' in the iconographic program of the Orissan Temple/Thomas Eugene Donaldson. 11. Parsvanatha images at Ellora--a study in iconography/Maruti Nandan Prasad Tiwari. 12. Lord Siva and Siva icons in Assam/Nishipad Dev Choudhury. 13. The background of Mughal Painting/A.K. Bhattacharyya. 14. The five deities of Pancopasana/G. Bhattacharya. 15. The Mihrabs in the 14th century Adina mosque in Pandua, India: evidence of the reuse of late Palasena remains/ Naseem A. Banerji. 16. Twenty-four forms of Visnu discovered on the outer wall of Jagannatha Temple, Puri/G.C. Chauley. 17. Two rare Matrka images from lower Bengal/Sudipa Bandyopadhyay. II. Culture: 18. Brahmana in early medieval Kashmir/Y.B. Singh. 19. Dance at the crossroads: an early source of Kathak/Mandakranta Bose. 20. Introduction of Buddhist philosophy in China: a study on Sanghadeva's role/Swati Ganguly. 21. Jainism vis-a-. Seller Inventory # 1893

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Enamul Haque

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About this Item: International Centre for Study, Dhaka, 2002. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. The paintings in the Loka Hteik pan at Pagan Myanmar stylistic connections with paintings from Bengal/Eva Allinger. 2. Shunga Kushan art as gleaned from the recent excavation at DumDum Kolkata/Bimal Bandyopadhyay. 3. Ritual technologies and the state The Mandala form Buddhist temples of Bangladesh/Geoffrey Samuel. 4. A note on Murshidabad Barahmasa paintings/T.K. Biswas. 5. Temples of the Pala period on the Chhotanagpur plateau and its Eastern Fringes/Ajay Khare. 6. Stone carving art in the Mihrab decoration of Kusumba Mosque/A.K.M. Yaqub Ali. 7. Bengal art and Bengal inscriptions an approach towards co relation a case study with Punchra a village in the Vardhaman district West Bengal/Chitrarekha Gupta. 8. Sculptures from Bengal bearing Astadikpalas as subsidiary figures/Gerd J.R. Mevissen. 9. The Pensive Bodhisatva from Uddiyana (Swat Valley) to Pattikera (Mainamati) a unique example from Magadha (South Bihar/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 10. Six domed Mosques of Bengal/Khoundkar Alamgir. 11. Some remarks to the emblematic motifs and decorative patterns under the vaults of Pagan/Renate Ponweiser. 12. Excavation at Rajpat Mound 1998 99 and 1999 2000/Santanu Maiti. 13. Mathura and Chandraketugarh Terracottas/R.C. Sharma. 14. A study of the folk modeling styles of Terracotta elephants in Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Vidula Jayaswal. 15. Methods and techniques of clay image making art of Radha region/Souvik Majumdar. 16. The ruined temple at Bhaior South Dinajpur West Bengal India/Mandira Bhattacharya. 17. Buddhist remains in Tripura/S. Jamal Hasan. 18. Foreign influences on the Kantha/Niaz Zaman. 19. Lady with mirror Motif in Bengal art/Gourisankar De. 20. The influence of Bengal art in Nepalese sculpture with special reference to Sadyojata image/Shaphalya Amatya. 21. Hellenistic elements in the art of Bengal a further evidence/Suchandra Ghosh. 22. The art of Bengal Patas interrogating the quest for a Bengali identity/Rituparna Basu. 23. Aspects on the high tin bronze of Bengal/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. 24. The Mahattaras of early Bengal inscriptions/Sayantani Pal. 25. Terracotta specimens from Mangalkot/Rangan Kanti Jana. 26. 1943 and after history of ancient Bengal/Abu Imam. 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 51505

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Gouriswar Bhattacharya (Ed.)

Published by Sri Satguru Publications/Indian Books Centre (1991)

ISBN 10: 8170302757 ISBN 13: 9788170302759

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About this Item: Sri Satguru Publications/Indian Books Centre, 1991. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This volume is meant to Honour an outstanding scholar and an efficient Director General of the Archaeological Survey of India, Dr. Debala Mitra, who has drawn admiration from her various colleagues, both Indian and foreign. These scholars have contributed valuable articles in appreciation of her careful and learned contributions. Dr. Debala Mitra was both a serious academician and an indefatigable worker as an archaeologist. As a Buddhist scholar she is renowned for her volumnous works and as a field worker she is credited with several important excavations. But what makes her so loving and admirable to the scholarly World is her humbleness. And in that respect she represents undoubtedly the traditional Indian concept of a scholarly personality, viz. bhavanti namras taravah phalagame, the Trees bow down (only) due to the weight of fruits. Dr. Mitra has retired from her official Career but not from her educational pursuits. This volume contains writings on various Topics of Indian Archaeology starting from the pre-historic Mohen-Jo-Daro upto the late Medieval period. As Mitra herself is a scholar embracing a wide field of Indology so a host of scholars have contributed to various topics on Indian Art and archaeology belonging to a long period and wide area. As she was also engaged in the field work of excavation and in the Study of art in Nepal, this volume contains three articles on the art and Architecture of Nepal. We thank all our friends and scholars who share our feelings in congratulating Dr. Debala Mitra on her sixty-fifth birthday. Contents: 1. The Indus Script in the light of the Cultural Interaction with the near east and the recent reappriasal of the dating of the Harappan Culture/E.C.L. During Caspers 2. Harappan Civilisation : Authorship and Impact/Krishnadatta Bajpai 3. Ecological background of Chalcolithic culture in West Bengal : A case Study between Damodar and Ajay Valley/Asok Datta 4. Palaeohistory of West Bengal : Palaeolithic Stage/Manibrata Bhattacharya 5. Proto-Historic Civilisation of Tamralipta/P.K. Maity 6. Material Culture of early Historical Period : Some Observations in Archaeological Reference/Nisar Ahmad 7. A note on a Brahmi Inscription of Asoka from Pakistan/B.N. Mukherjee 8. The "Indian" Terracottas from Ancient Memphis; are they really Indian?/James C. Harle 9. A Unique Sunga plaque of Goddess Laksmi from Kosam/Prithvi Kumar Agrawala 10. New perspective in the Appreciation of the Gandharan Culture : A contribution from the sphragistic/Pierfrancesco Callieri 11. The Usnisa and the Brahmarandhra : An Aspect of light Symbolism in Gandhra Buddha images/Deborah Klimburg Salter and Maurizio Taddei 12. The Bodhisattva with the Flask : Siddhartha or Maitreya?/Wibke Lobo 13. Migration of a Terracotta Motif in the Kushan Period/Samir Kumar Mukherjee 14. A Kashmiri Image of the moon-God/Pratapaditya Pal 15. Vaikuntha/Thomas S. Maxwell 16. Towards the identification of a Woodcut Illustration of the Aparimitayur (Nama) Jnana Mahayanasutra/Lore Sander 17. Tradition in Indian Narrative Painting in Central Asia/Dieter Schlingloff 18. Dipankara Buddha at Ajanta/Suresh Vasant 19. Vidhura Pandita Jataka : From Barhut to Ajanta : A Study of narrative, Semiological and Stylistic Aspects/Ratan Parimoo 20. Mahisasuramardini in the early Art of Haryana/Devendra Handa 21. A Recently discovered step-well and Questions of Cahamana Patronage in the Eighth Century A.D/Michael W. Meister 22. Prayaga-Patta : A Slab in the British Museum Depicting Prayaga and the Fish incarnation of Visnu/Nilakantha Purushottama Joshi 23. Paramara Temples at Borut/B.L. Nagarch 24. Bengal, after the Guptas : A Prelude to the Matsyanyaya/Chitrarekha Gupta 25. The Implications of Bodhgaya`s Surya as a Symbol of Enlightenment/Janice Leoshko 26. The Mahabodhi Temple before its Restoration/J.P. Losty 27. Au Suget de represe Printed Pages: 428. Seller Inventory # 16334

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edited by Anita Bagchi and Dahlia Bhattacharya

Published by B.R. Publishing Corporation (2015)

ISBN 10: 9350502046 ISBN 13: 9789350502044

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Volume I : 1. Introduction/Anita Bagchi. Society and Culture: 2. Historicity of the name North Bengal or Uttarbanga: A study on the evolution of an identity/Ananda Gopal Ghosh. 3. Indigenous population of North Bengal: A contemporary contemplation/Pinak Tarafdar. 4. Social history of North Bengal: ancient period/Chitrarekha Gupta. 5. Himalayan Bon and Lamaistic Buddhism: A contested space of religion and culture/Sudash Lama. 6. The dynamics of changing tribal population in the ‘Barind Bhumi’ of Malda (Late 19th and early 20th century)/Varun Kumar Roy. 7. Situating the Joshmanis in the socio-religious history of Darjeeling and her adjuncts: a study between late 18th and early 20th century/Pramod Chhetri. 8. Christian Missionaries and the development of education in Darjeeling and Terai region in the nineteenth and early twentieth century: the story of liaison between evangelism and imperialism/Chhanda Chakraborty. 9. The Rajbanshi Kshatriya Movement: a study of caste mobilisation in North Bengal during the colonial times/Dahlia Bhattacharya. 10. The administrative and constitutional developments of the Princely State of Cooch Behar (1773-1949): A move towards social Welfare and People’s Participation/Ratna Roy Sanyal. 11. A synergy between popular history and contemporary culture: the Cooch Behr State in perspective (1773-1950)/Prajna Paramita Sarkar. 12. Role of the princely state of Cooch Behar in combating epidemic recurrence of Cholera: a conflict between science and superstition in the state/Srabani Ghosh. Volume II: Economy and Communication: 13. The Chronicle of the routes of trade and commerce: medieval Northern Bengal and its vicinity/Malaysankar Bhattacharya. 14. Across the peaks and though the passes-Tibetans in the Hills of Darjeeling/Karubaki Datta. 15. Looking into the past through the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway/Bhawna Rai. 16. Intrusion of colonial authority in the management of Jalpaiguri District Village Markets (Hats) 1865-1947/Shesadri Prosad Bose. Reaction and Movements: 17. Jute cultivation and agrarian unrest in colonial and post-colonial North Bengal/Sujit Ghosh. 18. Nationalist politics and the emergence of the left force in Maldah: strategy and struggle between 1935 and 1947/Ashim Kumar Sarkar. 19. Naxalbari: Its significance and impact on Indian politics, society, historical study and culture/Amit Bhattacharyya. Art and Architecture: 20. A survey of Brahmanical sculptures in North Bengal/Mandira Bhattacharya. 21. Revisiting the art and architecture of the Siva Temples of Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar in North Bengal and Beyond/Anita Bagchi. Plates. Omnibus of North Bengal explores the historical dynamics covering a wide range of issue on society, polity, economy, movements and also art and architecture that had crystallized in the Northern part of Bengal, colloquially known as North Bengal at present. The book embodies twenty research articles. Peoples’ settlement patterns are generally conditioned by dictates of geography as well as of zonal linguistic groupings. Since the early period the archaeological remains at Mahasthangarh, Bangarh, Jagaddal Mahavihar, Jagajjivanpur Mahavihar, the ruins of Asuragarh have revealed horizontal extension of urban or semi urban settlement and justifiably have curved a niche in academic discourse. Simultaneous attention is needed to explore the historical process that has been going on and on through the ages in piedmont North Bengal. This region is a meeting ground of different Indo-Mongoloid groups and other ethnic people. The Tibeto-Burman speech speaking people are generally known as the ‘Kiratas’. The role played by the people inhabiting the foothills of the sub-Himalayan region bordered by Nepal, Tibet, Sikkim, Bhutan and others has been so long looked small. The ‘Omnibus of North Bengal’ has tried to visualize the people and history of North- Bengal as a whole. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 115871

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Chitrarekha Gupta

Published by K.P. Bagchi & Co (1996)

ISBN 10: 8170741564 ISBN 13: 9788170741565

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About this Item: K.P. Bagchi & Co, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M8170741564

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S S Biswas & Amita Ray

Published by Agam Kala Prakashan (2002)

ISBN 10: 8173200491 ISBN 13: 9788173200496

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Preface. I. History and archaeology: 1. Iron technology and social change in Mauryan India/Vijay Kumar Thakur. 2. The Brahmaputra - analysis of the imageries/Chitrarekha Gupta. 3. Identification and location of ancient Tamralipta/Asok Dutta. 4. Vikrama Devi - a new 'Mother'for the Pala king Devapala!/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 5. India as viewed by three European women artists in the first half of the nineteenth century/ Adyanath Mukhopadhyay. II. Art and architecture: 6. Narrative structure and the significance of the snake Jatakas in Buddhist art/Ratan Parimoo. 7.Early Buddhist remains in the Indian Museum, Calcutta/R.C. Sharma. 8. Sanghol: a poem carved in stone/G.N. Pant. 9. Gandhara wall painting of the Kushana period/Jayanta Chakrabarti. 10. Early Terracottas of West Bengal/Samir Kumar Mukherjee. 11. Early Buddha images from lower Gangetic West Bengal study & evaluation/Santoshkumar Bose. 12. Terracotta - relief depicting Anantasayi Vishnu - from Bhitargaon: a new interpretation/M.C. Joshi. 13. An appraisal of Ramayana in the light of a new discovery from Allahabad in the collection of Indian Museum/Rita Dutta Mandal. 14. Bone as a medium of art in ancient Vanga/B.N. Mukherjee. 15. Studies in the early art of Assam: trends and prospects/Gautam Sengupta. 16. A note on the Buddhist Monasteries in ancient Bengal/S.C. Mukherjee. 17. Rupabhedah in early Murals/Sujit Narayan Sen. 18. Cast metal Icons of Nepal - a note on Indian Museum collection/Amita Ray. 19. Representation of women in Murshidabad paintings/Ratnabali Chatterjee. 20. Portrayal of women in the 335 pp. Seller Inventory # 39763

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B.M. Pande

Published by Agam kala Prakashan (1987)

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About this Item: Agam kala Prakashan, 1987. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Preface: The publication of this collection of essays, dedicated to the memory of Shri Amalananda Ghosh, should have brought some satisfaction to the Editors in that their long wait to see it printed is finally over. But to make public declaration of what is felt deep within, it has not done so. A long-cherished wish of the Editors was to present a volume of essays, written to felicitate him, to Shri Ghosh himself; the present volume does not fulfil that wish. What was intended as a festschrift can now only be offered to his memory. It is like an act of offering to an altar, devoid of the pleasant excitement which personal confact with Shri Ghosh always generated. In retrospect, Shri Ghosh himself, with his characteristic dry humour, seems to have prophesied what would happen to the original venture. He wrote, when the festschrift was in the stage of planning, to one of the Editors. It is news to me that my dear friends are planning a commemoration volume for me. Such volumes are the order of the day and it seems that my friends are determined to honour me with one so that I am not left ?unwept, unhonoured and unsung? I am deeply touched by their good wishes and sincerely thank them. At the time he wrote it, it seemed like an innocuous joke directed against himself. Now when hen is no more, the joke takes before us only the appearance of an ominous premonition which fate turned into a cruel reality in undue haste. To our contributors we not only owe sincere thanks but a word of apology as well. Most of them waited with remarkable patience to see the volume appear; that they chose to wait is a testimony to the respect with which they hold the memory of Shri Ghosh. As Editors of the volume, we feel overwhelmed by their response and their attitude toward the venture. There is no vaild excuse to offer for the delay in its publication; all that we can say is that it was just not possible to bring it out earlier. The Editors chose to take as little liberty with the contributions as possible except in the selection of the essays that have gone into the volume. The lack of uniformity in matteres like referencing would surely have irked Shri Ghosh who was a model Editor himself. We are aware of our lapses, but at the same time, feel that his footprints were too big, for our own size. We also apologize to the contributors and readers for the errors and omissions. We are most thankful to Dr. Agam Prasad of Agam Kala Prakashan for having come forward to undertake the publication of the volume. He has done this out of his fonness for the memory of Shri Ghosh and for the discipline Shri Ghosh so enriched with his contribution. We would also like to thank Shri Manjit Singh of the Nischal Priting Press for his dexterity in the printing of the volume. CONTRIBUTROS : A.N. Khana, A. Sundara, Ajay Mitra shastri, Arun K. Nag, Arundhati Banerjee, Ashok K. Ghosh, B.B. Lal, B.C. Deotare, B.D. Chattopadhyaya, B.K. Thapar, B.L. Nagarch, B.M. Pande, B.N. Mukherjee, B.P. Sinha, C.Margabandhu, Chitrarekha Gupta, D.K. Bhattacharya, D.P. Sharma, D.R. Das, Debala Mitra, Devendra Handa, Dilip K. Chakrabarti, E.C.L. During Caspers, G.N. Pant, G.S.Gaur, H. Sarkar, Himanshu Prabha Ray, I.K. Sarma, Jagat Pati Joshi, Jaweed Ashraf, Jose Pereire, K.C. Verma, K.D. Banerjee, K.M. Dikshit, K.R. Srinivasan, K.T. Hegde, Katy Feroze Dalal, Kiran Kumar Thaplyal, M.Bhattacharya, M.C. Joshi, M.K. Dwalikar, Madhuri Sharma, Maheshwar P. Joshi, Masatoshi A.Konishi, Nuzhat Kazami, P.Banerjee, Purushottam Singh, R.C. Agarwala, R.D. Trivedi, R.N. Mehta, R.N. Mishra, R.P. Sharma, R.S. Bisht, R. Sengupta, R.V. Joshi, Ranbir Chakrabarti, Romila Thapar, S.A.Sali, S.B. Deo, S.D. Trivedi, S.P. Gupta, S.P. Jain, S.P. Tewari, S.R. Rao, Shashi Asthana, Suman Pandya, T.N. Roy, Topdan, Umakant Premanand Shah, V.H. Sonawane, V.S. Wakankar, W.H. Sid Printed Pages: 846. Seller Inventory # 1161

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