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Deepika Srivastava nee Prakash

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About this Item: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. First edition. Perspectives on Indian English Fiction edited by Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya is a unique collection of scholarly essays on the fictional works of Raja Rao, Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Salman Rushdie, V.S.Naipur, Khushwant Singh, Vikram Seth, Amitav Ghosh, Shashi Tharoor, Shashi Deshpande, Geeta Mehta, Bharati Mukherjee, R.P. Jhabvala, Firdaus Kanda, Deepa Agarwal and Basavaraj Naikar among others. About Author : Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya teaches at Smt. Surekhaben Hasmukhbhai Gardi Institute of English and Comparative Literary Studies, Saurashtra University, Rajkot. He also taught English for eight years at Shardagram College, Mangrol where he got a unique opportunity to work under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Dipchandbhai Gardi, an eminent educationalist, donor and philanthropist of international repute. Dr. Dodiya has presented research papers at several national and international seminars held in India and abroad. Contents : Preface A Critique of Raja Rao`s Art Untouchable-The Dawn of of the Excluded R.K. Narayan`s The Guide from the Verbal to the Visual: An Analysis in Comparison Paradigms of Myth in The Dark Room Space in Bhabani Bhattacharya`s Fiction `Whiffs of Chutney`-History, Nation and Self in The Major Works of Salman Rushdie Naipaul`s Narration of Fictional Auto/Biogaphies A Discourse Analysis of Khushwant Singh`s Novel `Train to Pakistan` Marriage and Domesticity in Vikram Seth`s A Suitable Boy and Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice Itihas, History and Novel in The Great Indian Novel The Metaphor of `The Shadow Lines` in Amitav Ghosh Novel Firdaus Kanga`s Trying To Grow: A Critique Rehabilitation of An Indian Nationalist Hero in Basavaj Naikar`s Novel: The Sun Behind The Clound A Taxonomy of Violations: Shashi Deshpande`s The Dark Holds No Terrors A Post Colonial Analysis of a Few of Shashi Deshpade`s Novels Convergence of Myth and Symbols: A Critique of Geeta Mehta`s A River Sutra Progression from Feminine to Female in the Novels of Bharati Mukherjee Deepa Agarwal and Indian Children`s Literature in English: An Introductin Passion, Pride and Predicament: Basavaraj Naikar`s The Thief of Nagarahalli and Other Stories A Kaleidoscopic Vision: Short Stories of Basavaraj Naikar An Exploration of Indianness in R.P. Jhabvala`s Out of India Printed Pages: 92. Seller Inventory # 3502

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Deepika Srivastava nee Prakash

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About this Item: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. First edition. Perspectives on Indian English Fiction edited by Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya is a unique collection of scholarly essays on the fictional works of Raja Rao, Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Salman Rushdie, V.S.Naipur, Khushwant Singh, Vikram Seth, Amitav Ghosh, Shashi Tharoor, Shashi Deshpande, Geeta Mehta, Bharati Mukherjee, R.P. Jhabvala, Firdaus Kanda, Deepa Agarwal and Basavaraj Naikar among others. About Author : Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya teaches at Smt. Surekhaben Hasmukhbhai Gardi Institute of English and Comparative Literary Studies, Saurashtra University, Rajkot. He also taught English for eight years at Shardagram College, Mangrol where he got a unique opportunity to work under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Dipchandbhai Gardi, an eminent educationalist, donor and philanthropist of international repute. Dr. Dodiya has presented research papers at several national and international seminars held in India and abroad. Contents : Preface A Critique of Raja Rao`s Art Untouchable-The Dawn of of the Excluded R.K. Narayan`s The Guide from the Verbal to the Visual: An Analysis in Comparison Paradigms of Myth in The Dark Room Space in Bhabani Bhattacharya`s Fiction `Whiffs of Chutney`-History, Nation and Self in The Major Works of Salman Rushdie Naipaul`s Narration of Fictional Auto/Biogaphies A Discourse Analysis of Khushwant Singh`s Novel `Train to Pakistan` Marriage and Domesticity in Vikram Seth`s A Suitable Boy and Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice Itihas, History and Novel in The Great Indian Novel The Metaphor of `The Shadow Lines` in Amitav Ghosh Novel Firdaus Kanga`s Trying To Grow: A Critique Rehabilitation of An Indian Nationalist Hero in Basavaj Naikar`s Novel: The Sun Behind The Clound A Taxonomy of Violations: Shashi Deshpande`s The Dark Holds No Terrors A Post Colonial Analysis of a Few of Shashi Deshpade`s Novels Convergence of Myth and Symbols: A Critique of Geeta Mehta`s A River Sutra Progression from Feminine to Female in the Novels of Bharati Mukherjee Deepa Agarwal and Indian Children`s Literature in English: An Introductin Passion, Pride and Predicament: Basavaraj Naikar`s The Thief of Nagarahalli and Other Stories A Kaleidoscopic Vision: Short Stories of Basavaraj Naikar An Exploration of Indianness in R.P. Jhabvala`s Out of India Printed Pages: 92. Seller Inventory # 3502

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N.P. Singh (Ed.)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System proceeding is the compilation of the articles and Thoughts generated by the experts from various Fields in the regional seminar. The proceeding is having sixteen chapters and each chapter has its own importance. Chapter one deals with fertiliser production, Marketing and use in India with special reference to East and North-Eastern region. In chapters three and sixteen, integrated nutrient management with related to Contents: Foreword by Prof. I.Yangar Preface Welcome Address by S. Benerjee Address by Shri Tokheho Yepthomi Vote of Thanks by Dr. N. P. Singh Fertiliser Price and Subsidy List of Tables List of Figures List of Contributors 1. Fertiliser Production, Marketing and Use in India with Reference to East and North-Eastern Region/B.C. Biswas 2. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System (IPNS) and Sustainable Agriculture/S.K. 3. Saha 4. Integrated Nutrient Management in Fruit Crops/P.L. Kar 5. Integrated Nutrient Management in Vegetable Crops/V.B. Singh 6. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply systems in Transplanted Rice with Special Reference to North East Region/D.N. Medhi, B.Deka Medhi and A.C. Sharma 7. Integrated Nutrient Management in Direct Seeded Rice/H.C. Bhattacharya 8. Agricultural Production and Fertiliser Consumption with special Reference to North East Area/L. Joshi 9. Soil Testing and Fertiliser Recommendation/S.K. Saha 10. Biofertilisers in Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System -A Practical approach/A.K. Yadav and S. Raychaudhary 11. Development and Use of Biofertilisers in Present Day Fertiliser Scenario/A.K. Yadav 12. Neem as an Integrated Source of Nutrients in the Management of Crop Production/R.C. Gupta, N.P. Singh and D.N. Upadhyay 13. Balanced Use of Fertilisers/V.J. Bhave 14. Fertiliser Use Efficiency under Decontrolled Scenario/A.K. Kar 15. Distribution of Fertiliser upto Farmer`s Level and Legal Aspects of Fertiliser-A Panel Discussion/S.S. Anand 16. Fertiliser use in Major field Crops in Nagaland/S. Yehoto Ayemi and N.P. Singh 17. Present Status of Integrated Nutrient Supply Management System in Nagaland State/Dipak Chetri 18. Fertiliser Use in Fruit Crops of North-Eastern Region of India/K. Chuuba Ao Fruit Crops of NEH Region has been discussed in detail. Chapter five and six, the Importance of IPNS in direct seeded and transplanted Rice has been discussed. In chapter seven, author expresses the Scenario of Agricultural production and fertiliser Consumption with reference to NE areas. In chapter eight, details about Soil testing and fertiliser recommendation and the basic issues related to farmer and extension workers have been discussed. Chapter nine deals with in detail about biofertilisers, and in chapter ten importance of neem as an integrated sources of nutrients has been discussed. Chapter eleven, twelve and thirteen deals with matters related to fertiliser Policy and related issues. In last chapters fourteen and fifteen, the authors discuss in crops and nutrient supply systems in Nagaland. Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 39279

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M.S. Bhattacharya

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd. New Delhi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book offers a comprehensive account of child labour and child abuse in almost the entire South Asia. The state of child labour in the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka vis-a-vis India, and possible remedies to the problem form part of this study. In this book Dr M.S. Bhattacharya offers nothing less than a comprehensive account of child labour and child abuse in almost the entire South Asia. It began with the days of the Raj when newly set-up industries and plantations started employing children on a large scale to augment production which continued for a long time until trade union movements and resultant labour legislations restricted the employment of children in the factories and plantations. The state of child labour in the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka vis-a-vis India, the economy of child labour, its socio-cultural roots, the treatment of children in the ancient world and possible remedies to the problem form part of this study. Further, in this book child abuse and juvenile delinquency, two inseparably linked phenomena have been discussed with a rare sense of aptness. This intensely directed study has mapped, perhaps for the first time, the problems of child labour, child abuse and juvenile delinquency with absorbing details. Printed Pages: 124. Seller Inventory # 4307

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Dr. S. Chatterji,Dr. S.K. Bhattacharya

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About this Item: S. Chand & Company Ltd, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. 2nd edition. The objective of this book has been to provide the students with reference material to select and work on doing various projects related to their subjects of study. The projects included in this book have been tried out and hence are realistic. Key features : All projects are real life likes. Projects included have been tried out by the authors. Includes variety of projecys from interdisciplinary areas. Contents: Section A: Electrical Engineering Projects , Section B: Electronics Engineering Projects , Section C: Other Engineering Projects , Appendix I, II, III Printed Pages: 430. Seller Inventory # 9471

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N.P. Singh (Ed.)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System proceeding is the compilation of the articles and Thoughts generated by the experts from various Fields in the regional seminar. The proceeding is having sixteen chapters and each chapter has its own importance. Chapter one deals with fertiliser production, Marketing and use in India with special reference to East and North-Eastern region. In chapters three and sixteen, integrated nutrient management with related to Contents: Foreword by Prof. I.Yangar Preface Welcome Address by S. Benerjee Address by Shri Tokheho Yepthomi Vote of Thanks by Dr. N. P. Singh Fertiliser Price and Subsidy List of Tables List of Figures List of Contributors 1. Fertiliser Production, Marketing and Use in India with Reference to East and North-Eastern Region/B.C. Biswas 2. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System (IPNS) and Sustainable Agriculture/S.K. 3. Saha 4. Integrated Nutrient Management in Fruit Crops/P.L. Kar 5. Integrated Nutrient Management in Vegetable Crops/V.B. Singh 6. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply systems in Transplanted Rice with Special Reference to North East Region/D.N. Medhi, B.Deka Medhi and A.C. Sharma 7. Integrated Nutrient Management in Direct Seeded Rice/H.C. Bhattacharya 8. Agricultural Production and Fertiliser Consumption with special Reference to North East Area/L. Joshi 9. Soil Testing and Fertiliser Recommendation/S.K. Saha 10. Biofertilisers in Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System -A Practical approach/A.K. Yadav and S. Raychaudhary 11. Development and Use of Biofertilisers in Present Day Fertiliser Scenario/A.K. Yadav 12. Neem as an Integrated Source of Nutrients in the Management of Crop Production/R.C. Gupta, N.P. Singh and D.N. Upadhyay 13. Balanced Use of Fertilisers/V.J. Bhave 14. Fertiliser Use Efficiency under Decontrolled Scenario/A.K. Kar 15. Distribution of Fertiliser upto Farmer`s Level and Legal Aspects of Fertiliser-A Panel Discussion/S.S. Anand 16. Fertiliser use in Major field Crops in Nagaland/S. Yehoto Ayemi and N.P. Singh 17. Present Status of Integrated Nutrient Supply Management System in Nagaland State/Dipak Chetri 18. Fertiliser Use in Fruit Crops of North-Eastern Region of India/K. Chuuba Ao Fruit Crops of NEH Region has been discussed in detail. Chapter five and six, the Importance of IPNS in direct seeded and transplanted Rice has been discussed. In chapter seven, author expresses the Scenario of Agricultural production and fertiliser Consumption with reference to NE areas. In chapter eight, details about Soil testing and fertiliser recommendation and the basic issues related to farmer and extension workers have been discussed. Chapter nine deals with in detail about biofertilisers, and in chapter ten importance of neem as an integrated sources of nutrients has been discussed. Chapter eleven, twelve and thirteen deals with matters related to fertiliser Policy and related issues. In last chapters fourteen and fifteen, the authors discuss in crops and nutrient supply systems in Nagaland. Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 39279

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Deepika Srivastava nee Prakash

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About this Item: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. First edition. Perspectives on Indian English Fiction edited by Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya is a unique collection of scholarly essays on the fictional works of Raja Rao, Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Salman Rushdie, V.S.Naipur, Khushwant Singh, Vikram Seth, Amitav Ghosh, Shashi Tharoor, Shashi Deshpande, Geeta Mehta, Bharati Mukherjee, R.P. Jhabvala, Firdaus Kanda, Deepa Agarwal and Basavaraj Naikar among others. About Author : Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya teaches at Smt. Surekhaben Hasmukhbhai Gardi Institute of English and Comparative Literary Studies, Saurashtra University, Rajkot. He also taught English for eight years at Shardagram College, Mangrol where he got a unique opportunity to work under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Dipchandbhai Gardi, an eminent educationalist, donor and philanthropist of international repute. Dr. Dodiya has presented research papers at several national and international seminars held in India and abroad. Contents : Preface A Critique of Raja Rao`s Art Untouchable-The Dawn of of the Excluded R.K. Narayan`s The Guide from the Verbal to the Visual: An Analysis in Comparison Paradigms of Myth in The Dark Room Space in Bhabani Bhattacharya`s Fiction `Whiffs of Chutney`-History, Nation and Self in The Major Works of Salman Rushdie Naipaul`s Narration of Fictional Auto/Biogaphies A Discourse Analysis of Khushwant Singh`s Novel `Train to Pakistan` Marriage and Domesticity in Vikram Seth`s A Suitable Boy and Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice Itihas, History and Novel in The Great Indian Novel The Metaphor of `The Shadow Lines` in Amitav Ghosh Novel Firdaus Kanga`s Trying To Grow: A Critique Rehabilitation of An Indian Nationalist Hero in Basavaj Naikar`s Novel: The Sun Behind The Clound A Taxonomy of Violations: Shashi Deshpande`s The Dark Holds No Terrors A Post Colonial Analysis of a Few of Shashi Deshpade`s Novels Convergence of Myth and Symbols: A Critique of Geeta Mehta`s A River Sutra Progression from Feminine to Female in the Novels of Bharati Mukherjee Deepa Agarwal and Indian Children`s Literature in English: An Introductin Passion, Pride and Predicament: Basavaraj Naikar`s The Thief of Nagarahalli and Other Stories A Kaleidoscopic Vision: Short Stories of Basavaraj Naikar An Exploration of Indianness in R.P. Jhabvala`s Out of India Printed Pages: 92. Seller Inventory # 3502

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M.S. Bhattacharya

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd. New Delhi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book offers a comprehensive account of child labour and child abuse in almost the entire South Asia. The state of child labour in the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka vis-a-vis India, and possible remedies to the problem form part of this study. In this book Dr M.S. Bhattacharya offers nothing less than a comprehensive account of child labour and child abuse in almost the entire South Asia. It began with the days of the Raj when newly set-up industries and plantations started employing children on a large scale to augment production which continued for a long time until trade union movements and resultant labour legislations restricted the employment of children in the factories and plantations. The state of child labour in the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka vis-a-vis India, the economy of child labour, its socio-cultural roots, the treatment of children in the ancient world and possible remedies to the problem form part of this study. Further, in this book child abuse and juvenile delinquency, two inseparably linked phenomena have been discussed with a rare sense of aptness. This intensely directed study has mapped, perhaps for the first time, the problems of child labour, child abuse and juvenile delinquency with absorbing details. Printed Pages: 124. Seller Inventory # 4307

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Dr. S. Chatterji,Dr. S.K. Bhattacharya

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About this Item: S. Chand & Company Ltd, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. 2nd edition. The objective of this book has been to provide the students with reference material to select and work on doing various projects related to their subjects of study. The projects included in this book have been tried out and hence are realistic. Key features : All projects are real life likes. Projects included have been tried out by the authors. Includes variety of projecys from interdisciplinary areas. Contents: Section A: Electrical Engineering Projects , Section B: Electronics Engineering Projects , Section C: Other Engineering Projects , Appendix I, II, III Printed Pages: 430. Seller Inventory # 9471

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Amar Nath Prasad (ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Critical Response to Indian Fiction in English contains a series of critical articles, each devoted to a description as simple and straightforward as possible. It includes almost all the prominent novelists in Indian writing in English. The novelists discussed in this anthology are ? Mulk Raj Anand, R.N. Tagore, Kamala Markandaya, Bhabani Bhattacharya, R.P. Jhabvala, Nayantara Sahgal, Shashi Despande, Anita Desai, Khushwant Singh, Arun Joshi, Vikram Seth, Arundhati Roy and Taslima Nasrin. The contributors to this book are ? Amar Nath Prasad, Surendra Narayan Jha, Dr. N.D.R. Chandra, Mrs. Pradnya V. Ghodpade, Dr. V. Thanuvalinga, Hari Om Prasad, S.G. Bhanegaonkar, Arjun Kumar, Dr. Chhote Lal Khatri, Arati Biswa, Darshana Trivedi, Dr. Sharada Iyer, Dr. Bhasavraj Naikar, Dr. A.K. Bachchan, Dr. Rama Kundu, M.B. Gaijan and Dr. John E. Abraham. The volume dives deep into the works of Indian novelists in English and presents the critical study of their respective works. It?ll certainly prove to be a great asset to teachers and students and to those who are doing research. Printed Pages: 192. Seller Inventory # 21400

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Amar Nath Prasad (ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Critical Response to Indian Fiction in English contains a series of critical articles, each devoted to a description as simple and straightforward as possible. It includes almost all the prominent novelists in Indian writing in English. The novelists discussed in this anthology are â€" Mulk Raj Anand, R.N. Tagore, Kamala Markandaya, Bhabani Bhattacharya, R.P. Jhabvala, Nayantara Sahgal, Shashi Despande, Anita Desai, Khushwant Singh, Arun Joshi, Vikram Seth, Arundhati Roy and Taslima Nasrin. The contributors to this book are â€" Amar Nath Prasad, Surendra Narayan Jha, Dr. N.D.R. Chandra, Mrs. Pradnya V. Ghodpade, Dr. V. Thanuvalinga, Hari Om Prasad, S.G. Bhanegaonkar, Arjun Kumar, Dr. Chhote Lal Khatri, Arati Biswa, Darshana Trivedi, Dr. Sharada Iyer, Dr. Bhasavraj Naikar, Dr. A.K. Bachchan, Dr. Rama Kundu, M.B. Gaijan and Dr. John E. Abraham. The volume dives deep into the works of Indian novelists in English and presents the critical study of their respective works. It’ll certainly prove to be a great asset to teachers and students and to those who are doing research. Printed Pages: 192. Seller Inventory # 21400

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N.P. Singh (Ed.)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System proceeding is the compilation of the articles and Thoughts generated by the experts from various Fields in the regional seminar. The proceeding is having sixteen chapters and each chapter has its own importance. Chapter one deals with fertiliser production, Marketing and use in India with special reference to East and North-Eastern region. In chapters three and sixteen, integrated nutrient management with related to Contents: Foreword by Prof. I.Yangar Preface Welcome Address by S. Benerjee Address by Shri Tokheho Yepthomi Vote of Thanks by Dr. N. P. Singh Fertiliser Price and Subsidy List of Tables List of Figures List of Contributors 1. Fertiliser Production, Marketing and Use in India with Reference to East and North-Eastern Region/B.C. Biswas 2. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System (IPNS) and Sustainable Agriculture/S.K. 3. Saha 4. Integrated Nutrient Management in Fruit Crops/P.L. Kar 5. Integrated Nutrient Management in Vegetable Crops/V.B. Singh 6. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply systems in Transplanted Rice with Special Reference to North East Region/D.N. Medhi, B.Deka Medhi and A.C. Sharma 7. Integrated Nutrient Management in Direct Seeded Rice/H.C. Bhattacharya 8. Agricultural Production and Fertiliser Consumption with special Reference to North East Area/L. Joshi 9. Soil Testing and Fertiliser Recommendation/S.K. Saha 10. Biofertilisers in Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System -A Practical approach/A.K. Yadav and S. Raychaudhary 11. Development and Use of Biofertilisers in Present Day Fertiliser Scenario/A.K. Yadav 12. Neem as an Integrated Source of Nutrients in the Management of Crop Production/R.C. Gupta, N.P. Singh and D.N. Upadhyay 13. Balanced Use of Fertilisers/V.J. Bhave 14. Fertiliser Use Efficiency under Decontrolled Scenario/A.K. Kar 15. Distribution of Fertiliser upto Farmer`s Level and Legal Aspects of Fertiliser-A Panel Discussion/S.S. Anand 16. Fertiliser use in Major field Crops in Nagaland/S. Yehoto Ayemi and N.P. Singh 17. Present Status of Integrated Nutrient Supply Management System in Nagaland State/Dipak Chetri 18. Fertiliser Use in Fruit Crops of North-Eastern Region of India/K. Chuuba Ao Fruit Crops of NEH Region has been discussed in detail. Chapter five and six, the Importance of IPNS in direct seeded and transplanted Rice has been discussed. In chapter seven, author expresses the Scenario of Agricultural production and fertiliser Consumption with reference to NE areas. In chapter eight, details about Soil testing and fertiliser recommendation and the basic issues related to farmer and extension workers have been discussed. Chapter nine deals with in detail about biofertilisers, and in chapter ten importance of neem as an integrated sources of nutrients has been discussed. Chapter eleven, twelve and thirteen deals with matters related to fertiliser Policy and related issues. In last chapters fourteen and fifteen, the authors discuss in crops and nutrient supply systems in Nagaland. Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 39279

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M.S. Bhattacharya

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd. New Delhi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book offers a comprehensive account of child labour and child abuse in almost the entire South Asia. The state of child labour in the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka vis-a-vis India, and possible remedies to the problem form part of this study. In this book Dr M.S. Bhattacharya offers nothing less than a comprehensive account of child labour and child abuse in almost the entire South Asia. It began with the days of the Raj when newly set-up industries and plantations started employing children on a large scale to augment production which continued for a long time until trade union movements and resultant labour legislations restricted the employment of children in the factories and plantations. The state of child labour in the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka vis-a-vis India, the economy of child labour, its socio-cultural roots, the treatment of children in the ancient world and possible remedies to the problem form part of this study. Further, in this book child abuse and juvenile delinquency, two inseparably linked phenomena have been discussed with a rare sense of aptness. This intensely directed study has mapped, perhaps for the first time, the problems of child labour, child abuse and juvenile delinquency with absorbing details. Printed Pages: 124. Seller Inventory # 4307

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Dr. S. Chatterji,Dr. S.K. Bhattacharya

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About this Item: S. Chand & Company Ltd, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. 2nd edition. The objective of this book has been to provide the students with reference material to select and work on doing various projects related to their subjects of study. The projects included in this book have been tried out and hence are realistic. Key features : All projects are real life likes. Projects included have been tried out by the authors. Includes variety of projecys from interdisciplinary areas. Contents: Section A: Electrical Engineering Projects , Section B: Electronics Engineering Projects , Section C: Other Engineering Projects , Appendix I, II, III Printed Pages: 430. Seller Inventory # 9471

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Kamal Shankar Srivastava

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The earliest Conception of the Nature of Buddha that we find that he was a human being. He comes to have superhuman attributes ascribed to him, but they are not those of the popular Gods of the time. The attributes also develop but no quite different lines from the conceptions of contemporary polytheism. A quite distinct question from that of the nature of Buddha is to ask how much actual biographical History is contained in the reports of Gotama`s life. There are three periods round which the legends are grouped, the early life, the renunciation and enlightenment and public career. It is quite possible to hold that the legends are based on the actual Career of a man, it is a very different matter to hold that by applying the canons of historical Criticism we can extract the thread of credible story. As a Young Gotama leaves his weeping parents, renounces the Wealth of a high born Kshatriya Family, and becomes an ascetic. After attaining enlightenment and founding an order his life is spent in traveling and preaching through the lands of the Magadha and Kosalas, until he finally settled at Savathi (SRAVASTI). Even in certain portions of his career we find longer legends incorporated but they are still very different from those in the commentaries. All the three Religious system of India, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism developed well filled pantheons, and it is not always easy to decide to which of these three systems a particular Image should be assigned. The Importance of the Study of iconography, which primarily concerns itself with the proper Recognition of an ages thus becomes apparent. It is observed that a free interchange of deities actually took place at the very outset of Buddhism and Jainism an in more promiscuous Tantric Age. The Jainas and Buddhist alike borrowed Hindu Gods in their earlier stages, but in the Tantric Age, Buddhist Gods were commonly exploited. The ultimate origin of Buddha image is a matter of research. It is to understand to be meant both the earliest Indian examples and fully developed types as we meet with it in Gupta and Medieval India, and in farther India and the far-east. There can be no doubt that this fully developed type in his subject of Dr. A Foucher`s Thesis, for he is careful to extend his filiations throughout the area and periods referred to. As Dr. Foucher pointed out the question of the origin of Jaina and Brahmanical types of Iconography is equally involved. The Jaina figures on Account of their close resemblance to those of the Buddha and because of the parallelism of the Jaina and Buddhist development are here considered together with the Buddha type, while the Brahmanical figures in order to avoid too great an extension of the field to be examined, are only incidentally referred to. The question of the origin of Bodhisattva types in inseparable form that of the origin of Buddha figure. The problem of correct Identification of Buddhist Images presents real difficulty which great scholars have more than once attempted to solve. Scholars of several Countries notably Waddell, Grunwedel, Foucher, Burgess, Getty including Dr. A.K. Coomaraswamy, Bhattasali and Rakhaldas Benerji, Dr. A. Foucher, Dr. A.L. Basham, Dr. Stella Kramrisch. Prof. B. Bhattacharya have written useful and authoritative works and collected together a considerable amount of information on Buddhist iconography as well as the study of the origin and development of Buddhist icons and also furnishes valuable clues to the nature of Buddhism during different epochs. The available rich Sculptural material from Central India, Bihar, Gandhara Ujjain and Mathura Regions has been studied in order to trace the evolution of the early Buddhist Art from the Symbolic to the anthropomorphic forms. Indian Art entered a Phase of intense activity in the Second Century B.C., when under the direct influ Printed Pages: 190. Seller Inventory # 41849

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Kamesh Ramakrishna

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About this Item: Kashi Software Architects, Inc., 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Abridged Version of the Last K ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. An excerpt: I am Amba. The voice rang in Devavrata s ear like a forgotten melody . Images stuck in lost time veered in and out of focus. Questions came flooding in. How could it be Amba? What was she doing, here and now? The questions stuck in his throat, refusing expression. Then the voice in his ear shattered and a grey miasma crawled out of it, a grey that he associated with pain and anger. The glow faded, and the grey fog grew until it shadowed every color. Amba. She is here. I must see her. He tried to turn. The stub of an arrow, under the pit of his left arm, made him pause at every movement, however slight. Synopsis Devavrata Bhishma is dying, wounded. He tells Yudhishthira how the Kauravas established the frontier trading town of Hastinapura. When the river Sarasvati dried up, migrants from the doomed Panchnad cities poured into Hastinapura seeking safety and support. But they also fought with the forest-dwelling Nagas. Hastinapura under Devavrata addresses the crisis, but at a cost to his personal life. Reviews .Ramakrishna s debut novel . comes as a welcome surprise. A software architect with a doctorate in computer science from Carnegie-Mellon, reading him is a rare pleasure. -- The Statesman by Dr. Pradip Bhattacharya, Writer s Workshop, Kolkata .I enjoyed reading [The Last Kaurava] . I love [the] insane ambition that underlies this project. actually a very natural impulse for an Indian because the Mahabharata resides inside us, inside all of us. -- Gurcharan Das, Writer, Columnist No Indian ever hears the [epics] for the first time . it requires greate courage . as the author has done. He captures the reader s attention from the start, with a sense of theatre, making the characters tanguble. . [The book] conveys the high tension of the immediate. -- S. Ananthalakshmy, Ph.D., Balamandir Research Foundation, Chennai . an extraordinary book. Anyone remotely familiar with the Mahabharata will be hypnotized. Together, the theme, the structure, and the style all make the book the perfect novel. In fiction, it is rather rare to find rich character studies together with a fascinating plot and a lively style, yet, this novel has all three. -- Dr. Jean Phil, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA Kamesh Ramakrishna s book . artfully [fills] in the spaces between incidents, [shifts]ng the perspective of the events to see them with fresh eyes, . The book . never pretends to replace [the Mahabharata] . -- Dr. George Drance, Professor/Actor/Director/Theater, ?Fordham College, New York. Seller Inventory # APC9781939338051

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Kamal Shankar Srivastava

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The earliest Conception of the Nature of Buddha that we find that he was a human being. He comes to have superhuman attributes ascribed to him, but they are not those of the popular Gods of the time. The attributes also develop but no quite different lines from the conceptions of contemporary polytheism. A quite distinct question from that of the nature of Buddha is to ask how much actual biographical History is contained in the reports of Gotama`s life. There are three periods round which the legends are grouped, the early life, the renunciation and enlightenment and public career. It is quite possible to hold that the legends are based on the actual Career of a man, it is a very different matter to hold that by applying the canons of historical Criticism we can extract the thread of credible story. As a Young Gotama leaves his weeping parents, renounces the Wealth of a high born Kshatriya Family, and becomes an ascetic. After attaining enlightenment and founding an order his life is spent in traveling and preaching through the lands of the Magadha and Kosalas, until he finally settled at Savathi (SRAVASTI). Even in certain portions of his career we find longer legends incorporated but they are still very different from those in the commentaries. All the three Religious system of India, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism developed well filled pantheons, and it is not always easy to decide to which of these three systems a particular Image should be assigned. The Importance of the Study of iconography, which primarily concerns itself with the proper Recognition of an ages thus becomes apparent. It is observed that a free interchange of deities actually took place at the very outset of Buddhism and Jainism an in more promiscuous Tantric Age. The Jainas and Buddhist alike borrowed Hindu Gods in their earlier stages, but in the Tantric Age, Buddhist Gods were commonly exploited. The ultimate origin of Buddha image is a matter of research. It is to understand to be meant both the earliest Indian examples and fully developed types as we meet with it in Gupta and Medieval India, and in farther India and the far-east. There can be no doubt that this fully developed type in his subject of Dr. A Foucher`s Thesis, for he is careful to extend his filiations throughout the area and periods referred to. As Dr. Foucher pointed out the question of the origin of Jaina and Brahmanical types of Iconography is equally involved. The Jaina figures on Account of their close resemblance to those of the Buddha and because of the parallelism of the Jaina and Buddhist development are here considered together with the Buddha type, while the Brahmanical figures in order to avoid too great an extension of the field to be examined, are only incidentally referred to. The question of the origin of Bodhisattva types in inseparable form that of the origin of Buddha figure. The problem of correct Identification of Buddhist Images presents real difficulty which great scholars have more than once attempted to solve. Scholars of several Countries notably Waddell, Grunwedel, Foucher, Burgess, Getty including Dr. A.K. Coomaraswamy, Bhattasali and Rakhaldas Benerji, Dr. A. Foucher, Dr. A.L. Basham, Dr. Stella Kramrisch. Prof. B. Bhattacharya have written useful and authoritative works and collected together a considerable amount of information on Buddhist iconography as well as the study of the origin and development of Buddhist icons and also furnishes valuable clues to the nature of Buddhism during different epochs. The available rich Sculptural material from Central India, Bihar, Gandhara Ujjain and Mathura Regions has been studied in order to trace the evolution of the early Buddhist Art from the Symbolic to the anthropomorphic forms. Indian Art entered a Phase of intense activity in the Second Century B.C., when under the direct influ Printed Pages: 190. Seller Inventory # 41849

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Kamesh Ramakrishna

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About this Item: Kashi Software Architects, Inc., 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Abridged Version of the Last K ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.An excerpt: I am Amba. The voice rang in Devavrata s ear like a forgotten melody . Images stuck in lost time veered in and out of focus. Questions came flooding in. How could it be Amba? What was she doing, here and now? The questions stuck in his throat, refusing expression. Then the voice in his ear shattered and a grey miasma crawled out of it, a grey that he associated with pain and anger. The glow faded, and the grey fog grew until it shadowed every color. Amba. She is here. I must see her. He tried to turn. The stub of an arrow, under the pit of his left arm, made him pause at every movement, however slight. Synopsis Devavrata Bhishma is dying, wounded. He tells Yudhishthira how the Kauravas established the frontier trading town of Hastinapura. When the river Sarasvati dried up, migrants from the doomed Panchnad cities poured into Hastinapura seeking safety and support. But they also fought with the forest-dwelling Nagas. Hastinapura under Devavrata addresses the crisis, but at a cost to his personal life. Reviews .Ramakrishna s debut novel . comes as a welcome surprise. A software architect with a doctorate in computer science from Carnegie-Mellon, reading him is a rare pleasure. -- The Statesman by Dr. Pradip Bhattacharya, Writer s Workshop, Kolkata .I enjoyed reading [The Last Kaurava] . I love [the] insane ambition that underlies this project. actually a very natural impulse for an Indian because the Mahabharata resides inside us, inside all of us. -- Gurcharan Das, Writer, Columnist No Indian ever hears the [epics] for the first time . it requires greate courage . as the author has done. He captures the reader s attention from the start, with a sense of theatre, making the characters tanguble. . [The book] conveys the high tension of the immediate. -- S. Ananthalakshmy, Ph.D., Balamandir Research Foundation, Chennai . an extraordinary book. Anyone remotely familiar with the Mahabharata will be hypnotized. Together, the theme, the structure, and the style all make the book the perfect novel. In fiction, it is rather rare to find rich character studies together with a fascinating plot and a lively style, yet, this novel has all three. -- Dr. Jean Phil, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA Kamesh Ramakrishna s book . artfully [fills] in the spaces between incidents, [shifts]ng the perspective of the events to see them with fresh eyes, . The book . never pretends to replace [the Mahabharata] . -- Dr. George Drance, Professor/Actor/Director/Theater, ?Fordham College, New York. Seller Inventory # APC9781939338051

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Dr. Shantanu Ganguly, Dr. Rama Nand Malviya, Dr. P.K. Bhattacharya

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Jayadeva Yogendra

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About this Item: The Yoga Institute, Bombay:, 1995. F/no DJ NEW paperback, pages slightly foxed,very little abrasion to edges. Illustrated with B&W photographs, diagrams, charts, line drawings. Includes bibliography. This is volume one of a ten volume set proposed by the late Shri Yogendraji and inaugurated by the President of India. It is intended to accompany Patanjali's Yoga Sutra. Contributors include: Sadhakas of the Yoga Institute, Dr. R.S. Bhattacharya, Dr. J.K. Bhatt, Shri Basil D'Souza; edited by Jayadeva Yogendra. ISBN-81-85053-21-9. Seller Inventory # 1817

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Amar Nath Prasad (ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Critical Response to Indian Fiction in English contains a series of critical articles, each devoted to a description as simple and straightforward as possible. It includes almost all the prominent novelists in Indian writing in English. The novelists discussed in this anthology are â€" Mulk Raj Anand, R.N. Tagore, Kamala Markandaya, Bhabani Bhattacharya, R.P. Jhabvala, Nayantara Sahgal, Shashi Despande, Anita Desai, Khushwant Singh, Arun Joshi, Vikram Seth, Arundhati Roy and Taslima Nasrin. The contributors to this book are â€" Amar Nath Prasad, Surendra Narayan Jha, Dr. N.D.R. Chandra, Mrs. Pradnya V. Ghodpade, Dr. V. Thanuvalinga, Hari Om Prasad, S.G. Bhanegaonkar, Arjun Kumar, Dr. Chhote Lal Khatri, Arati Biswa, Darshana Trivedi, Dr. Sharada Iyer, Dr. Bhasavraj Naikar, Dr. A.K. Bachchan, Dr. Rama Kundu, M.B. Gaijan and Dr. John E. Abraham. The volume dives deep into the works of Indian novelists in English and presents the critical study of their respective works. It’ll certainly prove to be a great asset to teachers and students and to those who are doing research. Printed Pages: 192. Seller Inventory # 21400

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Mohit K Ray

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8126903341 ISBN 13: 9788126903344

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Aristotelian Hero and Marlowe's Dr. Faustus/Awanish Rai. 2. Absolutism in Shakespeare's Heroes Othello King Lear and Macbeth/Santosh Chakrabarti. 3. Implications of the cross dressing plot in William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night/Shabina Nishat Omar. 4. Holistic growth of a nature poet's mind eco aesthetics and Wordsworth's The prelude/Anvar Sadhath. 5. Browning's Lovers in the vale of soul making/Jayanta Bhattacharya. 6. Nature and human nature in the poetry of Browning/Jayanta Bhattacharya. 7. The structure of a Russellian Essay/Basavaraj Naikar. 8. William Golding's concept of man and his universe/N. Sharada Iyer. 9. The impact of science and technology on English poetry/Meenakshi Raman. 10. Symbolism in the novels of Ernest Hemingway/Ishteyaque Shams. 11. Theodore Roethke search for self identity/Jayati Ghosal. 12. Updike as a Neo Hawthorne a study in inter text/Pradipta Sengupta. 13. Politics of self a study of American poetry since 1950 with reference to Ginsberg Ammons Merwin Rich and Ashbery/Soumyajit Samanta. 14. Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient a thematic study/Santwana Haldar. 15. The falcon cannot hear the falconer the old set of values confronting the new in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart/Santwana Haldar. 16. Novel as imagined history David Davidar's The House of Blue Mangoes/Anita Singh. 216 pp. Seller Inventory # 52354

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Narendra Kumar Dash

Published by Kaveri Books, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8174790713 ISBN 13: 9788174790712

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About this Item: Kaveri Books, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Prologue. 1. Concept of suffering in Buddhism/Swami Prabhananda. 2. Buddhism on momentariness and suffering/J.L. Shaw. 3. Suffering as expounded by early disciple of Buddha/Meena V. Talim. 4. Vedanta and Buddhism/C.L. Prabhakar. 5. Treatment of suffering in Gautama's Nyayasutra/Mrinal Kanti Gangopadhyay. 6. Dukkham Aryasaccam as depicted in the Buddhist Nikaya and Agamas/S.K. Pathak. 7. Some problems concerning Duhkhasatya/Prabal Kumar Sen. 8. Suffering an analytical study/Pradyumna Dube. 9. Buddha's altruism/Angraj Chaudhary. 10. Concept of suffering from the Bodhisattva viewpoint of self dedication/J. Sitaramamma. 11. Concept of Dukkha in Buddhist and Jain traditions/Bhagchandra Jain. 12. Aspects of the Buddhist social philosophy I understanding Pancasila/Dilip Kumar Mohanta. 13. Concept of suffering in early Buddhism/Bimalendra Kumar. 14. Buddhism has solutions from suffering/Bela Bhattacharya. 15. Buddhist view of suffering as discussed in Abhidharmakosa of Vasubandhu in Sarvastivada School/Narendra Kumar Dash. 16. Suffering as expounded by early disciples of Buddha/Meena V. Talim. 17. The concept of Dukkha in the Buddhist Nikayas/Parineeta Deshpande. The present volume is the fourth and the final volume in the Indo Tibetan studies series edited by Dr. N.K. Dash. It contains seventeen research papers by the noted scholars which investigate and probe into the profound concept of suffering in Buddhism. As the subject suffering touches deeply the whole mankind the eminent scholars view the concept from various angles as it was understood expounded and practised by the Buddha himself his early and later disciples and various commentators. 180 pp. Seller Inventory # 60854

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N Kalamani

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. Poetry 1. An archetypal study of selected poems of Jayantha Mahapatra/R. Radhiga Priyadharshini. 2. The Buddhist strain in contemporary Indian poetry in English Som P. Ranchan's Manjushri Tibetan Buddha/Roshan Lal Sharma. 3. A feminist study of the poems of Imtiaz Dharker/G. Baskaran and B. Kathiresan. Drama 4. Human rights in Tagore's Muktha Dhara/K. Balachandran. 5. The seven phases of Padmini in Girish Karnad's Hayavadana/T. Jayakumar. 6. Myths as sites of split a post colonial reading of Girish Karnad's select plays/Murugaraj Pandian and K. Kala. 7. The dialectics of myth in select plays of Mahasweta Devi/A. Vinoth. Fiction 8. R.K. Narayan's fictional world a feminist perspective/N. Kalaamani. 9. Self actualisation a study of the novels of Kavery Nambisan/M. Murugesan and M. Ilaya Kanmani Nanmozhi.10. The frustrations of caste discrimination a study of outcast/C. Isaac Jebastine. 11. New paradigms of desire in Indian writing in English/Sujatha Vijayaraghavan. 12. From Indigo to Orange a study of Preethi Nair's beyond Indigo/Suresh Frederick. 13. Quest for female space in Anita Nair's ladies coupe/T. Vasanthakumari. 14. Bhabani Bhattacharya's big house and V.S. Naipaul's Hanuman House an analogical study/J. Samuel Kirubahar. 15. Storming the literary space and breaking the biological boundary in the postcolonial context an analysis of Shashi Deshpande's small remedies and that long silence/D.E. Benet. 16. The indomitable spirit of woman a study of Anita Nair's ladies coupe/G. Ruby Davaseeli. Index. The Fusing Horizons is a collection of critical essays by professors/academicians in Indian Universities on Indian writing in English. Literary concerns of contemporary interest have been refreshingly examined so as to provide a novelty in critiquing spontaneity in response and objectivity in insights. Indian writers from R.K. Narayan to the present are revisited and therefore the book encompasses and deliberates on a wide range of topics. The new perspectives from which writers and their works have been seen enhances a fusion of horizons in this hermeneutical tradition. Dedicated to the memory of Professor Dr. K.S. Ramamurti the essays seek to be insightful jargon free and pluralistic in their approach. Sociological archetypal religious and feminist issues have homogenized here into a refreshing experience. It is hoped that the book would be a rewarding study for students researchers and teachers alike and indeed a valuable possession for all lovers of Indian literature in English. 154 pp. Seller Inventory # 71014

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About this Item: GSI. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Tectonic setting and nature of the Gondwanic Indian crust/S.K.Acharyya. 2. Pre-Pan African and Pan-African events in South India and their implications for Gondwana tectonics/M. Yoshida, M. Santosh and M. Arima. 3. Late Pan-African thermal history in the Eastern Ghats Terrane, India, from U-PB and K-AR Isotopic study of the Mid-Proterozoic Khariar Alkali Syenite, Orissa/M. Aftalion, D.R. Bowes, B. Dash and A.E. Fallick. 4. Palaeogeographic evolution and biotic changes of the Indian subcontinent from the late palaeoproterozoic to early palaeozoic/Ravi Shanker, P.K. Maithy, Gopal Singh and Gopendra Kumar. 5. Sequence of Precambrian events in the Eastern Indian Craton/S. Sengupta and P.K. Mukhopadhyay. 6. Granulites of the 'Transition Zone': implications for the westward reach of the Eastern Ghats Belt/S. Gupta and A. Bhattacharya. 7. Granite- greenstone relationship in the Sonakhan Belt, Raipur district, Central India/Dilip Saha, Gautam K. Deb and Sampa Dutta. 8. A reappraisal of the stratigraphy and tectonics of the palaeoproterozoic Mahakoshal Supracrustal belt, Central India/Abhinaba Roy and M.K. Devarajan. 9. Biological remains and Organo-sedimentary structures from Iron Ore Group ( Archaean), Barbil Area, Singhbhum, Orissa/P.K. Maithy, S. Kumar and Rupendra Babu. 10. The oldest supracrustal belt from Singhbhum craton and its possible correlation/B.K. Jena and U.K. Behera. 11. Alkaline and Ultramafic Magmatism in the contact zone between high and low grade Terrains : example from northwestern Orissa, India/J.K. Nanda, S.C. Rath 316 pp. Seller Inventory # 31088

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About this Item: GSI. Paperback. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. I. Key note address : 1. Contribution of GSI to the geology of coal and lignite basins of India - yesterday, today and tomorrow/S.K. Acharyya. II. Invited papers : 2. Was there a 'mass extinction' of plant life at the PTB of peninsular India?/R.S. Tiwari. 3. Process of coalification in Indian Gondwana basins/N.D. Mitra. III. Exploration techniques, etc : 4. Integrated geoscientific studies for mine planning in complex geological structure - a case history of Hemachandrapuram block/Y.S. Babu Rao and D.N. Sharma. 5. Exploration strategy for changing trends in coal mining methods/D.N. Sharma. 6. Lignite exploration in India : present status and future prospects/R. Hariharan and R. Prabhakar. IV. Stratigraphy, palaeontology and sedimentology : 7. Palynological resolution of upper Permian sequence in Talcher coalfield, Orissa, India/Archana Tripathi and D. Bhattacharya. 8. Recent advances in knowledge of nearshore signatures within fluvial Lr. Gondwana (early Permian ) sequences in parts of Satpura basin, Central India/A.B. Dutt and S.K. Mukhopadhyay. 9. Petrofacies of Lr. Gondwana coal measure of Sattupalli area, Chintalapudi sub-basin, Godavari valley coalfield/D.R. Datta and Asitabha Datta. 10. Palynological dating of some Permian outcrops from Iria valley, Tatapani-Ramkola coalfield, M. P., India/S.C. Srivastava and Ratan Kar. 11. Triassic floral assemblage from Baronakunda, Raigarh Gondwana basin, Madhya Pradesh/Bhaskar Chakraborti and Shampa Chakraborty. 12. New palaeobotanical evidence for early 364 pp. Seller Inventory # 38183

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P K Agrawal and N Vittal

Published by Manas, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170492149 ISBN 13: 9788170492146

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About this Item: Manas, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. A survey of bureaucracy in India/P.K. Agrawal. 2. Indian bureaucracy in historical perspective/P.K. Agrawal. 3. Image of an Indian bureaucrat/Sagar Agrawal. 4. Ethics in administration/Shekhar Sen and Pradip Bhattacharya. 5. How the bureaucracy functions in India/M.N. Buch. 6. Who is afraid of the Big Bad Wolf/M.N. Buch. 7. What ails Indian bureaucracy/Maharaj Krishan Kaw. 8. Measures to combat corruption in bureaucracy/N. Vittal. 9. Excessive controls and bureaucracy/C.N. Parkinson. 10. Reforming Indian bureaucracy/C.N. Parkinson. 11. Why India needs a strong and impartial civil service/M.N. Buch. 12. Role of civil service then and now/P.C. Alexander. 13. All India Services decline debasement and devastation/P.S. Appu. 14. All India services an essential feature of the constitution/P.K. Agrawal. 15. Need of administrative law for India/P.K. Agrawal. 16. Privatisation/Subesh K. Das. 17. State impunity and the violation of human rights in relief and rehabilitation a case study of Gujarat/Subesh K. Das. 18. Conscience character and the use of force/Harsh Mander. 19. The Dharmic state/M.N. Buch. 20. Good governance in the new millennium/N. Vittal. 21. Accountability in administration/N. Vittal. 22. Corruption and the rule of law/N. Vittal. Index. The book contains chapters on functioning of bureaucracy in India written by eminent writers like Parkinson and public spirited bureaucrats like P.C. Alexander N. Vittal P.S. Appu M.N. Buch and M.K. Kaw. The book projects achievements and failures of Indian bureaucracy after independence. It is wrong to blame bureaucracy for all the ills of India as bureaucracy operates only in about 15 to 20 per cent portion of the Indian economy. It also attempts to assess the performance of the present bureaucratic system in India through a general formulae devised by Dr. P.K. Agrawal. The book also sets an agenda to reform the bureaucratic system in India which is essential for an efficient delivery system of development. The book has universal application to all bureaucratic systems and will be immensely useful for insight into the working of Indian bureaucracy. It will be a handbook for trainee in service officials administrators and policy makers. 279 pp. Seller Inventory # 54923

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Kamal Shankar Srivastava

Published by APH, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Lord Buddha and Buddhist Art an introduction. 2. Lord Buddha and Buddhist Philosophy. 3. Origin of Buddha image. 4. Lord Buddha and Buddhist icon myths and development. 5. Dhyani and mortal Buddhas. 6. Forms of Avalokitesvara. 7. Forms of Amoghasiddhi. 8. Forms of Ratnasambhava. 9. Other Buddhist deities. 10. Buddhist icons in India. 11. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. The earliest conception of the nature of Buddha that we find that he was a human being. He comes to have superhuman attributes ascribed to him but they are not those of the popular Gods of the time. The attributes also develop but no quite different lines from the conceptions of contemporary polytheism. A quite distinct question from that of the nature of Buddha is to ask how much actual biographical history is contained in the reports of Gotama's life. There are three periods round which the legends are grouped the early life the renunciation and enlightenment and public career. It is quite possible to hold that the legends are based on the actual career of a man it is a very different matter to hold that by applying the canons of historical criticism we can extract the thread of credible story. As a young Gotama leaves his weeping parents renounces the wealth of a high born Kshatriya Family and becomes an ascetic. After attaining enlightenment and founding an order his life is spent in traveling and preaching through the lands of the Magadha and Kosalas until he finally settled at Savathi (SRAVASTI). Even in certain portions of his career we find longer legends incorporated but they are still very different from those in the commentaries. All the three religious system of India Hinduism Buddhism and Jainism developed well filled pantheons and it is not always easy to decide to which of these three systems a particular image should be assigned. The importance of the study of iconography which primarily concerns itself with the proper recognition of an ages thus becomes apparent. It is observed that a free interchange of deities actually took place at the very outset of Buddhism and Jainism an in more promiscuous Tantric Age. The Jainas and Buddhist alike borrowed Hindu Gods in their earlier stages but in the Tantric Age Buddhist Gods were commonly exploited. The ultimate origin of Buddha image is a matter of research. It is to understand to be meant both the earliest Indian examples and fully developed types as we meet with it in Gupta and Medieval India and in farther India and the far east. There can be no doubt that this fully developed type in his subject of Dr. A Foucher's Thesis for he is careful to extend his filiations throughout the area and periods referred to. As Dr. Foucher pointed out the question of the origin of Jaina and Brahmanical types of iconography is equally involved. The Jaina figures on account of their close resemblance to those of the Buddha and because of the parallelism of the Jaina and Buddhist development are here considered together with the Buddha type while the Brahmanical figures in order to avoid too great an extension of the field to be examined are only incidentally referred to. The question of the origin of Bodhisattva types in inseparable form that of the origin of Buddha figure. The problem of correct identification of Buddhist images presents real difficulty which great scholars have more than once attempted to solve. Scholars of several countries notably Waddell Grunwedel Foucher Burgess Getty including Dr. A.K. Coomaraswamy Bhattasali and Rakhaldas Benerji Dr. A. Foucher Dr. A.L. Basham Dr. Stella Kramrisch. Prof. B. Bhattacharya have written useful and authoritative works and collected together a considerable amount of information on Buddhist iconography as well as the study of the origin and development of Buddhist icons and also furnishes valuable clues to the nature of Buddhism during different epochs. The available rich sculptural material from Central India Bihar Gandhara Ujjain and Mathura. Seller Inventory # 68323

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Dr. Pranab Bandyopadhyay

Published by Image India,, Calcutta: (1987)

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About this Item: Image India,, Calcutta:, 1987. VG/VG New hardcover-INDIA printing, in dust jacket with minor wear from shipping and binding typical of Indian publishers. Seller Inventory # 16726

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B M Sankhdher

Published by Deep and Deep (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176297631 ISBN 13: 9788176297639

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. 1. Indian society in the eighteenth century/V.P.S. Raghuvanshi. 2. Warren Hastings: King of the Nabobs/Michael Edwardes. 3. Oriental Jones - a biography of Sir William Jones: 1746-1794/Garland Cannon. 4. British Foreign policy and Indian affairs/G.S. Misra. 5. Origins of modern Hindustani literature: the Gilchrist letters/M.A. Siddiqi. 6. James Buckingham: the Stormy Petrel of Indian Journalism/Satyajit Das. 7. Derozio: the maker of young Bengal/Bijoy Bhattacharya. 8. The development of Hindi prose literature in the early nineteenth century/Shardadevi Vedalankar. 9. The religious ideas of Rammohun Roy: a survey of his writings on religion particularly in Persian, Sanskrit and Bengali/Ajit Kumar Ray. 10. Raja Rammohun Roy and the new learning: Raja Rammohun Memorial Lectures/B.P. Barua. 11. India: a nineteenth century study of British imperialism/B.N. Sankhdher. 12. Charles Metcalfe in India: ideas and administration, 1806-1835/D.N. Panigrahi. 13. The rebellious Rani/Sir John Smyth. 14. Rao Tula Ram: a hero of 1857/K.C. Yadav. 15. First fruits of English education, 1817-1857/B.P. Majumdar. 16. Bondage and freedom--a history of modern India, 1707-1858/Bisheshwar Prasad. 17. Hindi Patrakarita: Jatiya Chetna aur Khariboli Sahitya ki Nirmanbhumi/Krishnabihari Mishra. 18. English education in India: issues and opinions/K.K. Chatterjee. 19. Ghalib/M. Mujeeb. 20. Toru Dutt/Padmini Sen Gupta. 21. Essays in Indian history/Donovan Williams and E. Daniel Potts. 22. "White Mutiny" the Ilbert Bill crises in India and genesis of the Indian National Congress/Edwin Hirschman. 23. Gokhale: a political biography - a study of his services and political ideas/D.B. Mathur. 24. Bankimchandra Chatterjee/S.C. Sengupta. 25. Selected documents from the Aligarh archives/Yusuf Husain. 26. Autobiography of Dayanand Saraswati/K.C. Yadav. 27. Mahatma Jotirao Phooley: father of our social revolution/Dhananjay Keer. 28. The Indian National Congress in England, 1885-1920/Harish P. Kaushik. 29. New light on the Punjab disturbances in 1919/V.N. Datta. 30. Moderates and extremists in the Indian Nationalist Movement, 1883-1920/Daniel Argov. 31. The growth of education and political development in India, 1898-1920/Aparna Basu. 32. The growth of press and Public Opinion in India, 1857-1918/P.S. Khare. 33. Aftermath of non-cooperation and emergence of Swaraj Party: sources on National Movement/M.P. Sreekumaran Nair. 34. Lala Lajpat Rai: Autobiographical Writings/V.C. Joshi. 35. Tej Bahadur Sapru/S.K. Bose. 36. Role of women in the freedom movement/Manmohan Kaur. 37. A great liberal -- speeches and writings of Sir P.S. Sivaswami Ayyar/K.A. Nilakanta Sastri. 38. Banned: controversial literature and political control in British India, 1907-1947/N. Gerald Barrier. 39. Raj: the making and unmaking of British India/Lawrence James. 40. Studies in the history of Telugu journalism/K.R. Seshagiri Rao. 41. Journalism in modern India/Roland E. Wolseley. 42. K.C. Mammen Mappillai: the man and his vision/M.G. Koshy. 43. My life story of fifty-five years/Raja Mahendra Pratap. 44. S. Satyamurti/R. Parthasarathi. 45. Studies in the cultural history of India/Guy S. Metraux and Francois Crozet. 46. Modern Indo-Anglian love poetry/Subash Chandra Saha. 47. Vishva Kavita Ki Or/Padmashri Dr. Shyam Singh Shashi. 48. Journalism in Bihar/N. Kumar. 49. Glimpses of Hariyana/Buddha Prakash. 50. Archives in India: history and assets/Sailen Ghose. 51. The religion of the Sikhs/Gopal Singh. 52. Gandhi in Indian politics/Nirmal Kumar Bose and P.H. Patwardhan. 53. Mahatma Gandhi, the journalist/S.N. Bhattacharyya. 54. Selected works of Jawaharlal Nehru -- volume eight/S. Gopal. 55. Nehru on communalism/N.L. Gupta. 56. Introduction to Radhakrishnan-the man and his thought/S.J. Samaratha. 57. Zakir Husain: educationist and teacher/V.S. Mathur. 58. Thrown to the wolves: Abdul Ghaffar/Pyarelal. 59. Government archives in South Asia: a guide to national and state archives in Ceylon, Seller Inventory # 58320

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