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N. Jayapalan

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (1999)

ISBN 10: 8171568262 ISBN 13: 9788171568260

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book deals with all aspects of Social and Cultural History of India Since 1556 in detail and in a simple lucid manner. The first five chapters of the book make a quick survey of the Social and Cultural History of India from Mughals to the 19th Century. The next five chapters deal with Indian Islam, Growth of New India, Regeneration of Indian Society, the Freedom Struggle and March of Free India. Overwhelming stress has been laid on Social and Cultural affairs throughout this book. An attempt has been made to describe how men and women lived and thought and how their lives influenced by the great figures that have passed were of human history. The descriptions are brief and accurate. The chapter on ?The Freedom Struggle? takes readers back again to British India where the intense struggles were at length fought out during the British period with its far reaching results for good and ill. The book would be of great value to the students as well as the teachers. Even a laymen would enjoy reading the book because of its simple style.1. Mughal India (1556-177) (i) Social Structure under the Mughals-The Ruling Class-Mansabdars-Jagirdars-Zamindars-Peasants-Women-Life in Towns-Cities and Villages (ii) Education (iii) Art and Architecture-Painting-Music (iv) Literature (v) Social and Cultural History of the Marathas 2. European Penetration (i) Rediscovery of India?s Past-Growth of Indology-Social and Cultural Policy of East India Company-Policy of non-intervention (ii) Activities of Christian Missionaries and growth of humanitarianism. 3. Changes after 1858 Divide and Rule-Hindu-Muslim Relations-Racial antagonism of the rulers-Impoverishment of the Peasants-Ruin of artisans and craftsmen-Poverty and Famine 4. Development of Education Under East India Company-Spread of Western Education. Its impact of Indian Society 5. Renascent India The 19th, Century Renaissance-Social and Cultural Reawakening-Hindu Reforms and Revival Movements-Brahmo Samaj-Arya Samaj-The Rama Krishna Mission-Theosophical Movement 6. Indian Islam (i) The Muslim Reformist Movements-Aligarh Movement. The Dar-ul-Ulum Deoband-Ahamadiya Movement (ii) Religious Reforms among the Parsis and Sikhs 7. Growth of New India (i) Social Reforms in the second half of the 19th Century (ii) Emancipation of Women (iii) Social Legislations 8. Regeneration of Indian Society (i) Caste Movements (Maharashtra, Kerala and Andhra) (ii) Peasants? Revolts (iii) Deccan Riots (iv) Mopilla-uprising (v) Tribal Revolts in Central and Eastern India 9. The Freedom Struggle (i) Social background of the Indian National Movement (ii) Emergence of New Social Classes-Role of thinkers, writers, press, literature, women and youth in the National Movement (iii) The Growth of Communalism its Social and Cultural base 1. March of Free India (i) Social Change since Independence through Constitutional Safeguards (ii) Strategy for the development of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and Minorities (iii) New Educational Policy (iv) Promotion of Arts and Letters (a) Lalit Kala Academy (b) Sangeet Natak Academy (c) National School of Drama (d) Sahitya Academy (e) Zonal Cultural Centres Index Printed Pages: 180. Seller Inventory # 92531

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T N Dhar Kundan

Published by APH (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176485764 ISBN 13: 9788176485760

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About this Item: APH, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Introduction. Inaugural address by the Chairman/M.K. Kaw. I: 1. Buddhist sages and scholars from Kashmir/Advaitavadini Kaul. II: 2. Abhinavagupta the philosopher/K.N. Dhar. 3. Abhinavagupta his life and thought/S.S. Toshkhani. 4. Lalleshwari an apostle of human values/K.N. Dhar. 5. Lalleswari the saint poetess of Kashmir/T.N. Dhar Kundan. 6. Shri Rupa Bhawani an inspiration/S.N. Pandita. 7. The life of Devi Roop Bhawani/Aparna Dar. 8. A great hermit of Kashmir Pandit Reshi Pir/S.N. Pandita. III: 9. Paramananda and his Krishna Leela/M.L. Khar. 10. Mahatma Krishna Joo Razdan/A. Handoo. 11. Sufi poet Swach Kral: a critical reading of his poems/A.N. Dhar. IV: 12. A homage to saints and sages of Kashmir and their role in present world/S. Bhat. 13. Swami Nandlal the clairvoyant/J.N. Bhat. 14. Shaktinandan Karmayogi Paramaswami Nandlal Ji Sahib/Moti Lal Bhatt Shafaq Bharati. 15. Mirzakak/T.N. Hangloo. 16. Kashmiri saint poet Mirzakak/Krishna Raina. 17. Swami Nand Lal Ji/S.K. Kaul. 18. Swami Shankar Razdan/M.K. Raina. 19. Swami Shakar Sahib the saint extraordinary/S.N. Bakaya. 20. Thakurjoo Manwati poet saint of Kashmir/Jagannath (Gash) Manwati. 21. Swami Anandji Maharaj of Villagam/J.L. Nehru. 22. Pandit Satlal Siboo/C.L. Raina. 23. Swami Moni Baba (Premananda Puri) of Bandipora Kashmir/S. Bhatt. 24. Pt. Vishnu Razdan/R.K. Bhat. 25. Kashkak/M.K. Kaw. 26. Sage Pandit Man Bhatt and the Bhatts of Bandipora/S. Bhatt. 27. Ishwar Swaroop Swami Lakshman Joo/P.N. Kachroo. 28. Jagad Guru Bhagavaan Gopinath Ji a saint apart/T.N. Dhar Kundan. 29. Saints and sages the founts of inspiration homage to as tradition/S.N. Pandita. Index. Kashmir Valley is known by many names. One of the names given to it is Resh Vaer or a Garden of the Sages. True to this name this holy land has produced a galaxy of saints savants and sages. Some of them professed Buddhist faith some advocated Kashmir Shaiva philosophy some belonged to Sufi order some were saint poets and some were clairvoyants. This volume is an attempt to give a glimpse of this rich tradition of saints by giving an account of the life and teaching of some selected sages. Care has been taken to give representation to every type of these holy persons so that every shade of saint hood is described with authentic details. The common message of these sages to try and raise ourselves from animality to divinity has been highlighted in the papers included in this compilation. 345 pp. Seller Inventory # 50629

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Santosh Kumar,U.C. Srivastava

Published by Narendra Publishing House (2011)

ISBN 10: 9380428251 ISBN 13: 9789380428253

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1. Maintaining Quality Education Through Innovative Research in Animal Science/Maheep Bhatnagar 2. Seasonal Plasticity in Avian Hippocampus/U.C. Srivastava, Sippy Singh and Parul Gaur 3. Researches in Molecular Biology Leading to Cure Heart Diseases/Rajeev Gupta, Santosh Kumar, Rajendra Gupta, Sudha Gupta, Manju Tembhre and Shikha Bhatnagar 4. Cyto-Architecture and Morphology of Neuronal Types of the Cerebral Cortex of Reptiles/R.C. Maurya, I.D. Sakal and U.C. Srivastava 5. Radiation Protection by Herbs and Plants/Ashok Kumar and Yoshihisa Matsumoto 6. In Vitro Systems for Understanding Neuro-aids/Pankaj Seth and J. Bhuvaneswari 7. Developmental Neurotoxicity of Pyrethroids : Structural and Functional Retardation of Cerebellar Development/Nisha Patro, Meghna Saxena, Kamendra Kumar and Ishan K. Patro 8. Arsenic Induced Male Reproductive Toxicity and its Amelioration/Madhu Kumar and Garima Sharma 9. Ameliorative Potential of Curcuma Aromatica Leaf Extract in Hepato-renal Distress Induced by Arsenic in Rattus Norvegicus, A Mammalian Species/Prabhu N. Saxena 10. Respiratory Allergy : Basic Mechanism, Clinical Presentation and Allergen Specific Immunotherapy/S.N. Gaur 11. Bioinformatics, Tools and Techniques/Nitya Singh and Krishna Misra 12. Strengthening Diary Education in India through Innovative Research and Academia-industry Linkages/Bimlesh Mann 13. The Hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal Axis Regulation During the Perinatal Period : The Role of Vasoperssin/Subodh Kumar Jain, Janos Varga, Barbara Klausz, Otto Pinter, Istvan Barna and Dora Zelena 14. Environmental Contaminants : Impact on Endocrinal Calcium Regulation in Fish/Ajai Kumar Srivastav, Vijai K. Das, Sunil K. Srivastav and Abhishek Kumar 15. Anti-JH Compounds and Insect Pest Management/Satya Singh and Krishna Kumar 16. Phytochemicals as Cure of Worm Infections in Traditional Medicine Systems/V. Tandon, A.K. Yadav, B. Roy and B. Das. 17. Metabolism and Utilization of Pigment Molecules in Designing Feeds for Freshwater Ornamental Fish and Crustaceans/Umesh C. Goswami 18. Flesh/-Fly Genetics : From Chromosome to Molecular Markers/Uma Rani Agrawal, Neelam Bajpai and R.R. Tewari 19. Effects of Methoxychlor on Male Reproduction/P.P. Mathur and S. Vaithinathan 20. Arsenic Menace in Ground Water in West Bengal and Mitigation Activities/R.C. Srivastava 21. Probiotics in Management of Diabetes Mellitus : Present Status and Future Prospecsts/Rambir Singh, Poonam Sharma, Naresh Kumar and Sabzar Ahmad Dar Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 63994

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Published by Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K

ISBN 10: 3642738087 ISBN 13: 9783642738081

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About this Item: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K. Paperback. Condition: New. 115 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 6.6in. x 0.4in.Vor mehr als 12 Jahren wurden die H -Rezeptor-Antagonisten - 2 als Ergebnis induktiver Forschung - in die Therapie des peptischen Ulkusleidens eingefUhrt. JAMES W. BLACK, dem wir die Entdek kung dieser neuen Stoffgruppe verdanken, wurde 1988 mit dem Nobelpreis fUr Medizin ausgezeichnet. Mit den Hz-Rezeptor-Antagonisten begann eine neue Ara der Ulkustherapie. Die Patienten werden unter H -Rezeptor-Anta 2 gonisten in der Regel in wenigen Tagen beschwerdefrei, Ulzera im Duodenum und Magen heilen zu einem hohen Prozentsatz in vier bis sechs Wochen; selbst eine Rezidivprophylaxe gelingt mit dies en Substanzen in hohem MaBe. Die Konsequenz der erstaun lichen Wirkqualitaten der H2-Rezeptor-Antagonisten war ein Rilckgang der operativen Eingriffe wegen eines Ulkusleidens. Operationen sind heute nur noch bei Auftreten von Komplikatio nen oder bei fehlender Compliance angezeigt. Inzwischen wurden mehrere H -Rezeptor-Antagonisten unter 2 schiedlicher Struktur entwickelt, die sich insbesondere bezilglich ihrer Affinitat zu den H -Rezeptoren unterscheiden. Die zunachst 2 eingefilhrten Imidazol-haltigen Substanzen besitzen eine relativ geringe derartige Affinitat, die bei den Aminomethylfuranen deutlich haher liegt. Die hOchste Affinitat und Selektivitat zu Hz Rezeptoren weist Famotidin auf, ein Guanidinothiazol. Die lange Wirkdauer und die bemerkenswert gute Vertraglichkeit sind dar auf zurilckzufUhren. Die hohe Selektivitat der Bindung an Hz-Rezeptoren und die vergleichsweise niedrige Dosierung von Famotidin lieBen diese Substanz zu einem H -Rezeptor-Antagonisten der ersten Wahl 2 werden. AIle klinischen Studien, die in den letzten Jahren mit Famotidin durchgefUhrt wurden, haben eine den bisher verfilg baren Hz-Rezeptor-Antagonisten vergleichbare Wirkung bezilg lich der Ulkusheilung und der Rezidivprophylaxe bei Duodena lulzera aufgezeigt. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9783642738081

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D Prasad

Published by Daya (2008)

ISBN 10: 8170355524 ISBN 13: 9788170355526

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About this Item: Daya, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Adaptable IPM Technology for vegetable crops/H.R. Sardana and R.K. Tanwar. 2. Insect pheromones in IPM problems and prospects/H.P. Misra. 3. Role of sex pheromones in management of Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner)/Krishna Kant. 4. Integrated approach for management of major insect pests of sugarcane/M.K. Gupta A.K. Sarma and K.M. Singh. 5. Integrated ecofriendly management of jute pests/U.S. Yadav and S.S. Prasad. 6. Insect pest of mungbean and urdbean and their integrated management/S.K. Singh and D.K. Yadav. 7. Status and strategies on management of coconut Eriophyid mite/C. Muthiah. 8. Sustainable management of bud fly Dasyneura lini Barnes in linseed/Y.P. Malik. 9. Ecofriendly strategies for management of Thrips palmi Karny as pest and vector/Anuj Bhatnagar. 10. Spiders bio ecology and conservation for insect pest management/R.K. Tanwar O.M. Bambawale and H.R. Sardana. 11. Impact of Thiamethoxam on spiders in sugarcane ecosystem/C. Vijayaraghavan and A. Regupathy. 12. Life table and biotic potential of Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) on Chickpea/S.K. Singh and D.K. Yadav. 13. Insect pathogens and pest management/R.K. Murali Baskaran D.S. Rajavel and K. Suresh. 14. Rice diseases and their management through biocontrol agents/Ashraf Ali Khan and D. Prasad. 15. Eco friendly approaches for Sclerotinia disease management in vegetable crops/Ramesh Singh Udit Narain and Alka. 16. Integrated disease management in pulses/Jameel Akhtar V.B. Nargund and Abdul Khalid. 17. Eco friendly approaches combat for rice diseases/Ali Anwar G.N. Bhat K.A. Bhat M. Shahjahan Dar and F.A. Khan. 18. Active oxygen in plant disease control possible role and future scope/Chinmay Biswas S.K. Biswas and S.S.L. Srivastava. 19. Sclerotinia stem rot of mustard and its management/Rajendra Prasad and Saroj Kumar. 20. Spot blotch of wheat management options with special reference to biological control/S.K. Biswas Chinmay Biswas Biswajit Bhowmik and S.S.L. Srivastava. 21. Ecological sustainable management of sheath blight disease of rice/Rajbir Singh A.P. Sinha Ashraf Ali Khan G.P. Gangwar and D. Prasad. 22. Integrated disease management on maize/Shahid Ahamad. 23. Present scenario of management strategies of plant viral diseases/K.K. Biswas Sumita Kumari and Avijit Tarafdar. 24. Bacterial endophytes of plants and their uses in agriculture/Biswajit Bhowmik Tusar Kanti Bag and S.K. Biswas. 25. Major diseases of medicinal plants/P.K. Gupta N.D. Sharma and Yogita Gharde. 26. Ecofreindly management of late blight disease of potato in the plains of West Bengal/Amitava Basu. 27. Strategies to combat challenges for management of red rot in sugarcane/Vijai Singh S.N. Srivastava B.B. Joshi and S.K. Awasthi. 28. Eco friendly management of insect pests and nematodes in hill horticultural crops/R.P. Soundararajan and V. Lakshmanan. 29. Entomopathogenic nematodes a potential biocontrol agent/D. Prasad. 30. Eco friendly management of plant parasitic nematodes in vegetable crops/V.K. Singh. 31. Nematode egg parasitic fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia/I. Cannayane and E.I. Jonathan. 32. Anti nutritional compounds in pulses/Amit Kumar Jain Sudhir Kumar Om Prakash Singh and J.D.S. Panwar. 33. Root knot nematode problems in nursery and young tea/B.C. Bora and P.P. Neog. 34. Ufra a nematode disease in deep water rice and its management/Debanand Das and Bharot Ch. Bora. 35. Biotechnological approaches in IPM scope and recent development/N. Emmanuel and Swaran Dhingra. 36. Management of rats/S.C. Khanna. 37. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria in major pests and diseases control/Amit Kumar Jain Sudhir Kumar Om Prakash Singh and J.D.S. Panwar. 38. Present situation of crop losses caused by plant virus/K.K. Biswas. 39. Response of rhizobium with sulphur and micronutrients on seed quality of black gram (Vigna mungo L. Hepper)/Brijesh Kumar Rathi Amit Kumar Jain Sudhir Kumar and J.D.S. Panwar. 40. Advances in diagnosis and management of banana bunchy top disease/. Seller Inventory # 70451

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K.L. Chadha, A.K. Singh and V.B. Patel

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About this Item: Westville Pub, 2011. tables, figs (illustrator). Contents Preface Contributors I Climate Change 1 Research status and future strategiesS Naresh Kumar and PK Aggarwal 2 Impact on productivity and qualityGurbachan Singh 3 Rainfed regionB Venkareswarlu NN Reddy VS Rao and JVNS Prasad 4 Coastal regionP Rethinam and K Sivaraman 5 Coastal regionP Rethinam and K Sivaraman 6 Cold Arid RegionBrahma Singh and Sanjayi K Dwivedi II Bioversity Management 7 Tropical fruit genetic resources conservationRamanatha Rao and BMC Reddy 8 Endangered and wild fruit speciesH Ravishankar and AK Singh 9 Biotechnological interventionsV Celia Chelam DB Parakh AK Maurya and RK Khetarpal 10 Phytosanitary issuesRK Khetarpal and Kavita Gupta 11 IPR issuesS Mauria and Sanjeev Saxena III Innovative Production Technologies 12 Genetically modified cropsP Ray Choudhury and SK Datta 13 Breeding fruit cropsAK Singh 14 Breeding vegetable cropsAS Sidhu and K Madhavi Reddy 15 Canopy architectureGorakh Singh 16 Drip fertigationP Soman 17 Micro irrigation and fertigationTBS Rajput 18 Organic farmingRP Mattoo and DC Das 19 Conservation horticultureVN Sharda 20 Protected cultivation R and DR Krishna Manohar 21 Integrated pest managementOM Bambawale HR Sardana and Naved Sabir 22 Insect pest disease forecastingCD Mayee OM Bambawale and HR Sardana 23 Pesticides residuesKaushik Banerjee Ajay K Upadhyay PG Adsule and Sagar C Utture IV Mechanization 24 Horticultural cropsMM Pandey and SC Mandhar 25 Plant protection equipmentSL Patel 26 Post harvest equipmentRT Patil RK Gupta and RK Vishwakarma V Value Chain 27 Horticulture to horti-buisness a win-win opportunityAshok C Khosla 28 Organized retailGokul Patnaik 29 Commodity exchangesR Ramaseshan 30 Medicinal and aromatic plantsNagendra P Singh VI Post Harvest Management 31 Handling of fruits and vegetablesHN Mishra 32 Storage and shipment for exportBijay Kumar VII Value Addition 33 Innovation in fruits and vegetablesAS Bawa OP Chauhan and PS Raju 34 Medicinal and aromatic plantsP Pushpangadan and Vipin Mohan Dan VIII Human Health and Nutrition 35 Bioactive substanceT Longvah 36 NutraceuticalsPritam Kalia and Partha Saha 37 Functional foodsSuman PS Khanuja and Ashutosh K Shukla IX Standards in Horticulture 38 Planting materialNC Mistry 39 Cold chain qualityRK Sharma 40 Produce and productsChinmayee Deulgaonkar 41 Quality and safetySC Khurana X Horti Inputs 42 Vegetable seedsSurinder K Tikoo 43 Plant nutrientsSatish Chander 44 PlasticsKrish S Iyengr Alok Mishra and Rohit Lall 45 PesticidesSali Singhal XI Livelihood Opportunities 46 Diversification to horticultureHS Gupta JK Bisht M Kumar AK Sivstava and JC Bhatt 47 Raising income of poor farmersKD Kokate 48 Mango plantation by tribal peopleRajeev Ranjan 49 Interventions by AVRDC the world vegetable centerML Chadha SK Sain M Ravishankar Bharat Bhushn and Roohani Pal 50 Horticultural CRSP USAIDR Voss E Mitcham P Kasemsap KV Raman M Reid M Bell and A Crump 51 Interventions by ABSP IIK Vijayaraghavan KV Raman A Medakker and Chiranth CR XII Skill Development 52 Manpower requirementR Rama Rao SK Nanda Sreelatha and Ram Prasad 53 Development small producers institutional infrastructureSangita Ladha XIII Integrated Horticulture Development 54 Policy initiativesSanjeev Chopra 55 Cold chainPrasanta Kumar Swain 56 Maharashtra StateKD Kokate and PM Haldankar 57 Gujarat StateSR Chaudhari 58 Sikkim StateKK Singh 59 Himachal Pradesh StateGurdev Singh XIV Technology Transfer and Adoption 60 Horticulture informatics networksMadaswamy Moni 61 Mobile advisory serviceAmit Mehra 62 Krishi Vigyan Kendras 63 Agri-Science ParkWilliam D Dar and Abdul Rahman Ilyas XV Finance 64 Credit for horti-businessKG Karmakar 65 Micro financingNV Ramana 66 Contract farming and value chainSK Srivastava 67 Agri insuranceKN Rao Author indexThe book delineates precisely the growth of Indian horticulture in the recent past the role this sector has played in alleviating the malnutrition and income raising and its contribution in overall agricultural GDP of the nation The ro. Seller Inventory # 89930

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