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Madhuri Sharma

Published by Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. (2007)

ISBN 10: 8171799760 ISBN 13: 9788171799763

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About this Item: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 2007. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Table of Contents Introduction Safety Measures The Law Regarding Biomedical Waste Treatment Collection and Segregation Transportation and Storage Disposal Techniques Awareness and Education Annexure A: The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Annexure B: Biomedial Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1998 vide Ministry of Environment and Forests Notification, dated 20th July, 1998 Annexure C: National Guidelines for Hospital Waste Management Annexure D: Monitoring Proforma for Hospital Waste Management Bibliography Index Printed Pages: 132. Seller Inventory # 19382

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Deo Prakash Sharma & Madhuri Sharma

Published by Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi (2000)

ISBN 10: 8186050477 ISBN 13: 9788186050477

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book "Early Buddhist Metal Images of South Asia" is a joint work of Madhuri Sharma and D.P. Sharma, which includes origin of Metal Images in North and Central India, different stages of Gupta art and schools, catalogue data of a few rare images of Gupta period from Sarnath, Phophnar, Ramtek, Dhanesar-Khera, Nepal, Gujarat and South-East Asia. Other chapters of this book are on comparison of Gupta-Vakataka metal Images with Amaravati, Gandhar, Ceyclone & South-East Asia, History and religion of Gupta-Vakatakas and Bibliography. Printed Pages: 212. Seller Inventory # 898

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edited by M. Mohapatra, B.K. Bandyopadhyay and L.S. Rathore

Published by Capital Publishing Company (2016)

ISBN 10: 938189132X ISBN 13: 9789381891322

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About this Item: Capital Publishing Company, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. I. Tropical cyclone impact and early warning system: 1. Collaborative mechanism for tropical cyclone monitoring and prediction over North Indian Ocean/L.S. Rathore, M. Mohapatra and B. Geetha. 2. Hydro-meteorological aspects of tropical cyclone Phailin in Bay of Bengal in 2013 and the Assessment of rice inundation due to flooding/Kamaljit Ray, M. Mohapatra, K. Chakravarthy S.S. Ray, S.K. Singh, A.K. Das, B.A.M. Kannan and B.K. Bandopadhyay. 3. Spatial verification of rainfall forecasts during tropical cyclone ‘Phailin’/K. Sharma, R. Ashrit, G. Iyengar, A. Mitra, B. Ebert and E.N. Rajagopal. 4. Diagnostics of upper level dynamics and rainfall asymmetry of very severe cyclonic storm MADI (2013)/S. Balachandran and B. Geetha. 5. The role of information system in data/product/warning dissemination and future improvements/S.L. singh and Kuldeep Srivastava. 6. Management of post-landfall riverine flooding/S.K. Jena. II. Climatological aspects and rapid changes in tropical cyclones: 7. Tropical cyclone track, structure and intensity changes at landfall/M. Mohapatra. 8. Very severe cyclonic storm MADI over Bay of Bengal December 2013-a diagnostic study/B. Sabade and M. Mohapatra. 9. Rapid weakening of very severe cyclonic storm ‘ Lehar—a case study/D.P. Sharma and M. Mohapatra. 10. Rapid movement of cyclone Viyaru just before landfall-a case study/D.P. Nayak and M. Mohapatra. 11. Some characteristics of translational speed of Cyclonic disturbances over the North Indian Ocean during recent years/S.V.J. Kumar, S.S. Ashthikar and M. Mohapatra. 12. Life period of cyclonic disturbances over the North Indian Ocean during recent years/S.V.J. Kumar, S.S. Ashthikar and M. Mohapatra. III. Cyclogenesis, monitoring and prediction: 13. Seasonal forecast of tropical cyclogenesis over Bay of Bengal during Post-Monsoon season/D.R. Pattanaik, O.P. Sreejith, D.S. Pai and Madhuri Musale. 14. Tropical cyclogenesis prediction in the North Indian Ocean during 2013 using OSCAT derived surface wind observations/N. Jaiswal, C.M. Kishtawal and P.K. Pal. 15. The influence of madden-Julian oscillation on the Bay of Bengal tropical cyclogenesis during the year 2013/P.C.S. Rao, S.A. Nair and M. Khole. 16. Relation of frequency of tropical cyclones over North Indian Ocean and North West Pacific Ocean with sea surface temperature anomaly over Nino 3.4 region and Indian Ocean Diploe/R. Chand and C. Singh. 17. Governing factors associated with intensification of TC-A diagnostic study of VSCS PHAILIN and LEHAR/G.K. Das and G.C. Debnath. IV. NWP modeling for tropical cyclone forecast: 18. Numerical simulations with WRF to study the impact of sea surface temperature on the evolution of tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal/C.V. Srinivas, G.M. Mohan, D.V. Bhaskar Rao, R. Baskaran and B. Venkatraman . This book deals primarily with understanding monitoring and prediction of Tropical Cyclones (TCs) over the North Indian Ocean (NIO). There is special emphasis on TC genesis, intensification, movement and associated adverse weather like heavy rainfall and gale wind. It highlights current state of research on TCs over the NIO and recent improvements in early warning system due to advances in observational, analytical and numerical weather prediction techniques. The chapters in the book are authored by leading experts from research and operational environments. This book is relevant to TC forecasts and researchers, managers, policy makers, graduate and undergraduate students. The papers presented in the book intend to stimulate thinking and hence further research in the field of TCs, especially over the region. It provides high quality reference material for all the users for management of hazards due to TCs. Seller Inventory # 119482

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K.K. Tripathi,R.K. Sharma

Published by Aryan Books International (1996)

ISBN 10: 8173050708 ISBN 13: 9788173050701

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The present volume constitutes the literary tributes from the friends and admirers of Dr. Shyam Kumar Pandey, whose contribution in the field of Indian rock-art studies ranging for over three decades are too well-known. His wide vision and depth in the subject born out of his extensive explorations conducted throughout India as well as rock art sites in Europe and Australia has led him to postulate certain hypotheses which have contributed a lot in solving knotty problems of the chronology, date and other aspects of the Prehistoric art in India. Research papers contributed by galaxy of specialists working in various fields of Indian rock-paintings comprise Section 1 of this volume entitled: `Prehistoric Art`. The themes covered are: dating, chronology, conservation and preservation, documentation in addition to regional studies and new discoveries. Research papers on Prehistory, Protohistory, Art and Architecture, Numismatics and Epigraphy, to which also Dr. Shyam Kumar Pandey has contributed a lot, constitute section II of this volume entitled: `Allied Subjects`. New dimensions have been added to the study of Prehistoric art in India and other fields of Indology by the penetrating studies presented in research material incorporated in the present volume. CONTENTS: Editorial Board; Editorial Preface; List of Plates; List of Contributors; Tributes; Dr. Shyam Kumar Pandey : A Literary Sketch; Born for Rock Art - Nirmala Pandey; My Dada - Urmila Misra; My Friend - Shyam Kumar - M.S. Kachhawaha Love Me Less But Love Me More! - R.S. Pathak Section I : PRE-HISTORIC ART : 1. Rock art in India-some problems in its study/S.P. Gupta 2. On simulation of rock art/Asok K. Ghosh and Biplab Kumar Bhukta 3. Colour notation in rock-art documentation/V.H. Bedekar 4. Explorations of rock-art sites : Some suggestions/Radhakant Varma 5. The ecological aspect of animals depicted in rock art at Bhimbetka, distt. Raisen, Madhya Pradesh/G.L. Badam and Vijay Sathe 6. Painted motifs of the Bhonrawali Hill (central India)/Yashodhar Mathpal 7. An engraved geometrical design from Gudnapura : From Harappa to Sonda (16th-17th cent.)/A. Sundara 8. Beliefs and art-an ethnoarchaeological view/K.T. Reddy and S.K. Rao 9. Prehistoric art in India : A visual expression/Atul Chandra Bhowmick 10. Rock paintings of Gujarat/V.H. Sonawane 11. ISCO-rock art site in Hazaribag district : An ethno-archaeological profile/Somnath Chakraverty 12. Recording standards and their ratings : A model for conducting study and research in Purakla Vigyan/Giriraj Kumar 13. Conservation of rock art in India/Gajendra S. Tyagi 14. Conservation and management of Bhimbetka : A study/R.C. Agrawal 15. Rock art of Naryaoli (distt. Sagar)/Nirmala Pandey 16. Rock-shelter painting of Narsinghgarh/Jitendra Datt Tripathi 17. Protection of rock art : Its potential for research and development/S.K. Rao 18. Documentation of rock-shelters in Gwalior region/R.A. Sharma 19. The Sahibee river valley : A new region of rock art in Rajasthan/M.L. Sharma 20. Rock paintings from Sehore, (M.P.)/Madhuri Sharma 21. Rock engravings from North Raisen region (M.P.)/Pradeep Kumar Shukla 22. Stereotyped portrayals in Pahari paintings analysed/Y.B. Singh Section II : ALLIED SUBJECTS (ART, ARCHITECTURE, EPIGRAPHY, NUMISMATICS ETC.) : 23. The Indian proto-historic copper/bronze anthropomorphs : Their significance/Krishna Kumar 24. An introduction to Roman pottery/D. Dayalan 25. Underwater archaeology : An introduction/Alok Tripathi 26. Prehistory and historical archaeology of Meghalaya and social formation in Khasi-Jaintia history/Nishipada Deva Choudhury 27. Archaeological and antiquities/K.K. Tripathi 28. A Yaudheya clay seal : Some observations/Nisar Ahmad 29. Rama cult : Earliest epigraphic evidence/Ajay Mitra Shastri 30. Uninscribed cast and die-struck coins from Tripuri/Veena Misra 31. Nation Printed Pages: 336. Seller Inventory # 3804

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S.K. Gupta and Monica Sharma

Published by Scientific Publishers (2014)

ISBN 10: 8172338872 ISBN 13: 9788172338879

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Role of cultural practices in plant disease management/S K Gupta and Sapna Devi. 2. Compost: managing soil borne plant pathogens/Manish Mathur, Ritu Mawar and Satish Lodha. 3. Biological control of plant diseases/S K Gupta, A K Gupta, Neeraj Sharma and Durga Parasad. 4. PGPR: Their Role in Plant Growth and Disease Management/Rishi Mahajan and C.K. Shirkot. 5. Management of crown gall in stone fruits in the realm of biological control/A K Gupta, Sapna Devi and Rishi Mahajan. 6. AM fungi and their role in plant disease management/Narender K Bharat and Parveen Mehta. 7. Citrus decline in Darjeeling hills and potential microorganisms for its management/B N Chakraborty, U Chakraborty, K Rai, S Allay and U De. 8. Plant disease resistance : concepts/R. K. Dogra, Naval Kishore and K. Kumar. 9. Acquired Resistance in plants/Jagdish Kumar. 10. Genetics of resistance to Apple Scab: new insights/K. Kumar, R.Kaur, Nirmal Sharma and Dinesh Singh. 11. Biotechnological approaches for the plant disease management/Monica Sharma and Sapna Devi. 12. Molecular markers in plant disease management/Monica Sharma. 13. Fungicides in plant disease management/T S Thind. 14. Monitored control strategies for apple scab/Vijay Singh Thakur. 15. Rational use of fungicides in the management of vegetable diseases/T S Thind and S K Gupta. 16. Integrated disease management: retrospect and prospect /Mamta Sharma, S K Gupta and Suresh Pande. 17. Integrated managment of wilt complex in scented geranium /D. Prasad and K.P. Singh. 18. Integrated management of pea powdery mildew/Om Gupta, Usha Bhale, Madhuri Mishra and S.P. Tiwari. 19. Integrated management of fungal diseases of pome and stone fruit nurseries/Satish K. Sharma and Jitender Kumar. 20. Plant viruses : causes of plant diseases and their management/Awadhesh Kumar Pal. 21. Protected cultivation, nematode problems and their management/R. K. Walia and Kum Kum Walia. 22. Climate variables and their impact on plant diseases: Retrospect and prospect /Suresh Pande and Mamta Sharma. The book on “Approaches and Trends in Plant Disease Management” takes stock of the present status of research in plant disease management technologies viz., host resistance, cultural practices, biological, molecular, biotechnological approaches and chemical methods. Besides these, chapters on protected cultivation, nematode problems and their management, climate variables and their impact on plant diseases: retrospect and prospect and rational use of fungicides have also been included. The book will cater to the needs of not only students, teachers, researchers and extension workers but also of elite growers. Seller Inventory # 112969

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Deo Prakash Sharma,Kadambini Pandey,Madhuri Sharma

Published by Bharatiya Kala Prakashan (2008)

ISBN 10: 8180901890 ISBN 13: 9788180901898

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The "Lost Saraswati Civilization" is an edited work of Deo Prakash Sharma and madhuri Sharma. Till today around 2668 Harappan and its associated sites have been reported in north-West south Asia in which 1100 sites are located on dry banks of river Saraswati and its tributaries. During 3rd millennium B.C. Hindon was a tributary of river Saraswati and around 250 Harappan sites have been reported on the banks of river Hindon, mandi, Hulas, Alamgirpur, Sanuoli Toppal are important Harappan sites located on the bank of river Hindon which is now a tributary of yamuna. We have excavated 208 Harappan sites. Ganweriwala is the largest (350 hectares) Harappan site located on dry bank of Saraswati (or Hakra) in Cholistan (Pakistan). Few excabvated harappan sites in Saraswati region are Desalpur, Dholavira, kalibangan, Bhirrana, Barror, Dhalewan, Banawali, Kunal and Rakhigarhi. Saraswati or Hakra or Ghaggar was a holy river. From 6000 B.C. to 1800 B.C. Saraswati flowed from south of Siwalik through Himachal, Haryana, Punjab, Northern Rajasthan and Finally was joining Desalpur in Arabian sea. Due to tectonic disturbance in the Siwalik, Saraswati river course moved streadily in the clockwise direction eventually flowing eastsouth east rather than south. The stream captured by the emerging Yamuna river compromised its water shed and river Saraswati began to dry up around 1800 B.C. Archeologists observed after analyzing literature and remote sensing images that river Saraswati flowed through Rajasthan desert. This lost river Saraswati was 1500 km. Long and between 3 to 12 km. Wide. This volume includes 27 papers. CONTENTS: Preface; 1. The Course of Lost Saraswati River/A.K. Gupta 2. The Lost Saraswati River/D.P. Sharma and Madhuri Sharma 3. The Indus Saraswati Civilization : Origin Maturity and Decline/S.P. Gupta 4. Remote Sensing of `Lost` Saraswati River/Yashpal 5. Saraswati the Lost River of the N.W. South Asia/C.F. Oldhan 6. Vedic Saraswati River/B.P. Radhakrishna 7. Migration of the Saraswati River/A.S. Rajawat 8. `Lost` Vedic Saraswati River/Baldev Sahai 9. Saraswati : River and Civilization/N.S. Bajaram 10. The Lost Saraswati River/O.P. Bharadwaj 11. Saraswati River/V.S. Wakankar 12. The Saraswati River Problem/Michel Danino 13. The Harappan and the Aryan/Michel Danino 14. Rigveda : A Historical Outline/Varun Singh 15. Saraswati is No Myth/Pallava Bagla 16. The Authors of Veda/G.C. Pande 17. Excavations and Explorations in Lost Saraswati/I.D. Dvivedi 18. The Myth of Aryans/B.B. Lal 19. Baror - Excavated Site in Saraswati Plain/Urmila Sant 20. The Excavation at Bhirrana in Saraswati Plain/L.S. Rao 21. Saraswati that Disappeared/K.S. Veldiya 22. The Archaeological Sites in the Saraswati Region/A.K. Gupta 23. Course of Vedic River Saraswati/P.S. Thakur 24. The Luni and Vedic Saraswati/Bharat Jhunjhun Wala 25. Harappan Ecology in the Rigveda/Bhagwan Singh 26. The Rigvedic Flora and Fauna/B.B. Lal 27. The Lost Saraswati River in the Harappan Region/K.S. Veldiya Printed Pages: 382. Seller Inventory # 1096

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D P Sharma and Madhuri Sharma

Published by Kaveri Book Services (2017)

ISBN 10: 9386463040 ISBN 13: 9789386463043

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About this Item: Kaveri Book Services, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Mauryan Art (c. 321-185 B.C.) is the formative stage of early Indian Art and its roots are present in Harappan Art (c. 2700-2000 B.C.) of north-western part of South Asia. A few motifs of the Mauryan art, like the back-to-back Lions, Bull, Linga and Arghya, Trisula, Nandipada, Lotus, Srivatsa, Kalash, Chiti (Ratha chiti), monolithic polished pillar and rock-cut architecture are found in the lower tradition of Harappan art which were developed into higher tradition of Mauryan Art during 3rd. c. B.C. onwards. The Mauryan artist evolved new forms of art and architecture. Religion and spiritualism later became integral part of the Mauryan Art. This book contains ten chapters, which discuss on political history of Mauryan empire, art and architecture of Ashokan pillars, Mauryan Art, polished ring and disc stones, Mauryan terracottas, Mauryan architecture, Mauryan stupa and monastery, rock-cut architecture of Mauryan age. Further it also deals with Acharya Chanakya (c. 350-275 B.C.) who is also known as Kautilya and Vishnu Gupta. The last chapter is on Arthasastra of Kautilya and at the end, there are articles on Mohenjodaro ritual architecture. This well-illustrated book, with notes and references, covers a wide range in the field of archaeological research and will be of interest to the research scholars as well as archaeologist. Seller Inventory # 123191

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Madhuri Sharma

Published by Kaveri Books, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8174790721 ISBN 13: 9788174790729

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About this Item: Kaveri Books, New Delhi, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. According to a scholar the Harappan Civilization is the gift of two rivers - the Indus and Sarasvati whose tributaries had played a dominant and decisive role in the origin of this bronze civilization. As of now around 2668 Harappan and its associated sites have been reported, of which 1068 sites are located in the dried-up bank of the Sarasvati river. The Sarasvati was a mighty river between ca. 5000 and 1800 B.C. Around ca. 1800 B.C., due to neo-tectonic movements in the Himalayas, the river started drying up. It flowed down from the 1 Himalayas to Adi Badri towards Desalpur in Gujarat. This work is a collection of forty research papers contributed by the noted scholars and historians from India and abroad. Volume-I contains nineteen papers which includes introduction, the origin of Harappan, and Early Harappan village chalcolithic cultures. Volume- II covers on Indus Sarasvati Civilization and includes twenty-one papers on the Mature Indus Sarasvati Civilization which contain controversial and clashing views. Available archaeological evidences suggest the Atharvavedic and Mature Harappan were contemporary and they had contacts with each other. The Atharvavedic people were the authors of the copper hoard culture. The nomenclature, either of Harappan, Indus or Indus Sarasvati civilization hardly matters as the meaning of these are the same. This has been confirmed on the basis of the available archaeological evidences. Bound in two volumes, the papers with notes, references and bibliography are well illustrated and grouped in three parts, i.e., Introduction; Early Harappans; and Indus-Sarasvati Controversies. Contents: Volume.I: Part-I: Introduction: (1) Harappan Civilization/ D P Sharma; (2) South Asian Archaeology: Some Issues/ D P Agrawal; Part-II: Early Harappans: (3) New Discoveries Point to a Southern Origin: Gulf of Cambay/ David Frawley & Navratna Rajaram; (4) World?s Oldest Lost Civilization Found in South Asia/ Raj Chengapa; (5) Early Neolithic Settlement in Bannu, Pakistan/ J R Knox, Farid Khan & K D Thomas; (6) Sheri Khan Tarakai: Excavation in Bannu District, N W F P/ J R Knox, Farid Khan & K D Thomas; (7) Origin of the Harappan Civilization/ D P Sharma; (8) Origin of Harappan Civilization and Mehrgarh Excavations/ Jean Francois Jarrige; (9) Earliest Agriculture in the Kachi Plain (Mehrgarh)/ Lorenzo Costantini; (10) Early Harappan Remains, Pottery and Artifacts at Nausharo/ Anaick Samzun; (11) Early Harappan Ceramics/ D P Sharma; (12) Petrographic Analysis of Early Harappan Ceramics of South Asia (ca. 3500-2700 B.C.)/ Graham M Chandler; (13) Padri: The Early Harappan Site in Gujarat/ Vasant Shinde; (14) Early Harappans in Gujarat/ Abhijit Majumdar; (15) Ochre Coloured Ceramics and the Early and Mature Harappans/ R C Gaur; (16) 5th-4th Millennium Dating Rigveda Culture/ Shivaji Singh; (17) Indo-European Homeland: An Indian Perspective/ D N Tripathi; (18) Dhalewan Early-Mature Harappan Excavated Site in Punjab (India)/ Madhubala & Vishnu Kant; (19) Transformation of the Harappan Civilization/ G L Possehl; Volume 2: Part-III: Indus-Sarasvati Controversies: (20) Indus and Sarasvati in History, Geology and Archaeology/ S P Gupta; (21) Archaeology of Sarasvati/ B B Lal; (22) Origins of the Indus-Sarasvati Civilization/ S P Gupta; (23) Harappans and Rigveda/ R S Bisht; (24) Harappan: Vedic Civilization/ Suman Pandya; (25) The Harappans, Sarasvati and Rigveda/ T P Verma; (26) Rigvedic and Harappan Connections/ Shivaji Singh; (27) The Mahabharat for Harappan Civilization/ S P Gupta; (28) Sarasvati and Harappan Archaeology/ Vedagya Arya; (29) Vedic Harappans/ N S Rajaram; (30) Archaeology Cannot ?Prove? the Vedas/ Nayanjot Lahiri & Upender Singh; (31) Rational Approach to the Rigveda and Indus Civilization/ Malati J Shende; (32) Indus Seals and Atharvaveda/ P V Pathak; (33) Notes on Printed Pages: 583. Seller Inventory # 1597

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D.P. Sharma,M.C. Joshi

Published by Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi (2009)

ISBN 10: 8180901882 ISBN 13: 9788180901881

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The present volume `Early Classical Art of South Asia` is edited by Prof. M.C. Joshi and Dr. D.P. Sharma. The period of Gupta dynasty begins around 319 A.D. ends up to 578 A.D. The art of Gupta period has often been referred to as the classical art of early South Asia. The art of" Gupta period was characterized by a sensitivity modeled body from a severity of expansion and dominant spiritual purpose. During Gupta Age there was all-round development particularly in fine arts-literature both religious and non religious, sculpture, painting, music, dance, drama, `Kalidasa`s literary metaphors, lyrics and norms of beauty are found translated in art as much as the softness and suppleness of limbs of sculpture are found translated in painting. The three stages of Gupta arts like Kaushambi, Mathura and Sarnath represent three variations in refinement. Kaushambi represents transitional stage (319-375 A.D) of Kusana-Gupta art, Mathura style is the early phase of Gupta Art and Sarnath style shows more developmental stage of later part of Gupta Art. The book covers art of Gupta Age (319-578 A.D.) Prof. M.C. Joshi wrote introduction and contributed six papers in this volume. This book contains 39 papers of eminent art historians and archaeologists. The important papers are of Prof. G.C. Pande, R.C. Sharma, D.P. Sharma, Madhuri Sharma, A.P. Jamkhekar, Prof. Krishna Deva, Prof. R. Ralasubramaniam, J.P. Joshi, B.C. Shukla, A.K. Sharma, V.S. Agarwal, U.N. Rai. The Editors is of the opinion that Mathura Art represents earlier stage and Sarnath Art is the developed stage of Gupta Art. The Editors concluded that Vakataka metal images have their origin in late Amaravati school. Buddhist metal images of Ceylon as have their origin in late Amaravati School. Printed Pages: 445. Seller Inventory # 954

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B.M. Pande

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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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About this Item: B. R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. First. Vol. 1 302pp. With 247 color illustrations & 9 Maps, Vol. 2 360pp. With 241 color & B&W illustrations, 12 Maps. Seller Inventory # 215488

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. 1. Pre historic art. 2. Documentation of rock art. 3. Dating of rock art. 4. Rock paintings of Bhimbetka. 5. Rock paintings of central India. 6. Early Harappan painted potteries. 7. Decorated pottery of mature Harappan. 8. Sculptural art of Harappan. 9. Harappan terracotta art. 10. Harappan glyptic art of seals. 11. Minor arts and crafts of Harappans. Bibliography. Index. Vol. II: Preface. 1. Mauryan art. 2. Buddhist monastery of Goshitaram. 3. Sculptural art of Kausambi. 4. Kusana art of Kausambi. 5. Terracotta art of Kausambi. 6. Classical art of Guptas. 7. Gupta terracotta art from Berhat. 8. Origin of metal images in South Asia. 9. Metal art of Gupta Vakataka. 10. Early metal art of Amaravati South India. 11. Metal art of Gandhara. 12. Art of Mehroli iron pillar of Chandra Gupta-II. 13. Early art of lower Doab. 14. Sculptural art of lower Doab. 15. Jaina art of lower Doab. 16. Bricks temple art of lower Doab. Bibliography. Index. This book The Roots of South Asian Art is a joint work of D.P. Sharma and Madhuri Sharma. The book covers art history of south Asia from upper Paleolithic to early historic period. Roots of South Asian art exist in lower traditions of South Asia since Harappan age circa 2700-2000 B.C. and these roots developed in higher traditions of art from 3rd c B.C. onwards. Mother Goddess worship began during circa 20000 B.P. and developed during Harappan, Chalcolithic and Megalithic ages. From 3rd c BC onward it developed into higher tradition of art like Sakti cult of Hindu religion. During early centuries the worship of Mother Goddess was also inherited by other religions. The seated male torso of Harappan age of lower tradition developed into the Yogic figures of higher tradition of early historic period. The stone male torsos discovered from Harappa (c. 2600 B.C.) and Lohanipur (circa 3rd c B.C.) show continuous development in style between lower and higher traditions Pasupati Siva and Siva Linga of Harappan art of lower tradition developed in the from of Siva cult of Hindu religion during early historic period. Wheel symbol Chakra stone pillar model of animal capital top existed in Harappan age of lower tradition and these motifs of art developed completely in Mauryan age 3rd c BC) of higher tradition of South Asian art. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 108695

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. 1. Origin of pottery in East Asia/Yan Wenming. 2. Early pottery in South and East Asia/A.K. Choudhary. 3. The incised and impressed pottery in South East Asia/Fiorella Rispoli. 4. Early potteries from xianrendong and diaotonghuan East China/Yan Wenming. 5. Neolithic cord-impressed poetry from sites of North East India/M. Hazarika. 6. Pottery from Khao Sai, Thailand/Roberto Ciarla. 7. Pottery 10,000 years, B.P. old from Yuchanyan in East Asia/Young Jiarong. 8. Pottery from reaches of the Yangtze river/Pei Anping. 9. Mesolithic potteries from Northern Vindhyan/J.N. Pal. 10. Mesolithic period pottery in South Asia/J.S. Nigam. 11. The earliest Neolithic pottery in South Asia/D.P. Agarwal. 12. Neolithic potteries from Northern Vindhyan/J.N. Pal. 13. Early Neolithic pottery motif from Kashmir/P.C. Choudhari. 14. Neolithic chalcolithic potteries of Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Shitala Prasad Singh. 15. Early Chalcolithic and Harappan potteries in Gujarat/Shweta Deshpande. 16. Early potteries of Western South Asia and Iran/V. Shinde and Ozra Rounagh. 17. Early Harappan pottery of North West South Asia/D.P. Sharma. 18. Early Harappan painted pottery tradition/Vibha Tripathi. 19. Excavated earliest Chalcolithic potteries in Gujarat/S.V. Rajesh and Ambika Patel. 20. Early Harappan burial pottery from Moti Pipli : Gujarat/Abhijit Majumdar and V.H. Sonawane. 21. A fresh outlook on Nal potteries in the collection of Indian Museum/Rita Dutta and Srabanti Sardar. 22. Early Harappan horned deity from Padri/Vasant Shinde. 23. Classification of mature Harappan pottery/D.P. Sharma and Madhuri Sharma. 24. Mature Harappan ceramic of Gujarat/P. Panjwani. 25. Sothi pottery and Harappan/Tejas Garge. 26. Sothi type early Harappan potteries at Kalibangan/J.S. Nigam. 27. Harappan potteries from Tarkhanewala-Dera/P. Trivedi. 28. Early potteries tradition from Bhirrana/L.S. Rao. 29. Wet and stamped ware-comparative study/P. Krishna Mohan Reddy. 30. Pottery from Shahr-I Sokhta and early Harappan/D.P. Sharma and Anisha Saxena. 31. Chalcolithic painted grey wares in Pakistan and Iran/Rita P. Wright. 32. The Harappan ceramic wares/S.R. Rao. 33. Petrography of Harappan pottery from Lothal/Preeti A. Panjwani. 34. Harappan potteries in Sutlej Plain/K.N. Dikshit. 35. Harappan pottery in the Rigveda/Bhagwan Singh. 36. Harappan pottery in Hindon Yamuna Doab/Gunjan Srivastava. 37. Clay and pottery making/J.S. Nigam. Vol. II: 38. The origine of potterien in mid-Ganga plain and Western India/M.D.N. Sahi. 39. Dull red ware OCP and copper hoards weapon/J.P. Upadhya. 40. Copper hoards and Ochre colour putteries Ganga-Yamuna Doab/Y.D. Sharma. 41. Keshavpur new OCP site in Aligarh/Ramjit and Mohd. Abid. 42. Chandaukha-an OCP site in Aligarh District/Ramjit and Mohd. Abid. 43. Shapes and designs of the Jorwe pottery/Z.A. Ansari and M.K. Dhavlikar. 44. Potteries chalcolithic culture of central India/M.K. Dhavalikar. 45. Chalcolithic potteries of Madhya Pradesh/Veena Dutta. 46. Motifs on Chalcolithic Malwa Potteries/Vinay Kumar. 47. Malva chalcolithic potteries from Chichali/Pushp Lata Singh. 48. Animal Motif on potteries from Chichali/Prabash Sahu. 49. Chalcolithic potteries of Kakoria and Koldihwa/J.N. Pal. 50. Potteries from Abhaipur/Anup Mishra. 51. Pottery Motifs from Ahichchhatra/V.S. Agarwal. 52. Early literary reference of pottery/Brajdeo Prasad Roy. 53. Black and red ware in India/Purushottam Singh. 54. Black and red and other ware excavation of Atranjikhera/R.C. Gaur. 55. The black and red ware/A.K. Mishra. 56. Chalcolithic black and red ware/Naseem Akhtar. 57. The Chalcolithic pottery of Southern Bihar/A.K. Prasad. 58. The black-and red ware at Senuwar and Khairadih in Mid Ganga plain/B.P. Singh. 59. Early Chalcolithic potteries from Agiabir/Vibha Tripathi. 60. Pottery of black-and-red ware culture in West Bengal/A. Dutta. 61. The grey pottery in North India/A.K. Mishra. 62. Techniques of painted grey ware/Ballab Saran. 63. The painted grey pot. Seller Inventory # 118652

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