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India, South-East Asia and China: Some Historical Issues (Professor Adhir Chakravarti Memorial Lecture 1998)

Haraprasad Ray

Published by Centre for Archaeological Studies and Training, Eastern India, Kolkata, India (1999)

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India, South-East Asia and China: Some Historical Issues (Professor Adhir Chakravarti Memorial Lecture 1998)

Haraprasad Ray

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Contribution of P.C. Bagchi on Sino-indo Tibetology

Haraprasad Ray (ed.)

Published by The Asiatic Society, Kolkata, India (2002)

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Contribution of P.C. Bagchi on Sino-indo Tibetology

Haraprasad Ray (ed.)

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Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation: Data for Study of India-China Relations Through History: Volume Two

Haraprasad Ray

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Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation: Data for Study of India-China Relations Through History, Volume Three: The Buddhist Trilogy

Haraprasad Ray

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Item Description: The Asiatic Society, Kolkata, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. 15 x 23 cm. This book reconstructs an interesting chapter in the history of Buddhism in China, and how China absorbed and internalised the teachings of Buddha. It forms the third volume of Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation subtitled Buddhist Trilogy the work includes three texts not studied thoroughly before in India. Gaoseng Zhuan (c.530 A.D) by Hui Jiao affords us an insight into how the major Buddhist proselytisers from South Asia carried out the Herculean and hazardous task of disseminating their creed in a foreign and unknown land under hostile conditions. By the time we come across Luoyang Qielan Ji (547) by Yang Xuanzhi, Buddhism had already become a flourishing creed in China, its capital, Luoyang, being turned into a picturesque city dotted with Buddhist temples of all descriptions scattered all over the city. The author`s inclusion of travels of Song Yun and Hui Sheng to Udyana and Gandhara in 518 (map provided) is an important contribution. The last text in the book is the piece on Sakyamuni, the Buddha, included in Juan 114 of the History of the Wei Dynasty (Weishu) (554) by Wei Shou which provides the only official account of Buddhism ever included in a dynastic history of China. It sums up the growth of Buddhism in China through various stages of ups and downs. Less than a century thereafter came the Tang dynasty rightly called the golden period of our relations which constitutes the fourth volume of this set. By the time a reader finishes reading this tome he will be convinced of the historical process under which Buddhism became a religion and philosophy encompassing all aspects of Chinese life after overcoming all vicissitudes Printed Pages: 320. Bookseller Inventory # 8625

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India-China Interface and the Road Ahead

Haraprasad Ray (ed.)

Published by The Asiatic Society of Mumbai in Association with Promilla & Co., Publishers/Bibliophile South Asia, Mumbai, India (2012)

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Contribution of P.C. Bagchi on Sino-Indo Tibetology

Ray, Haraprasad (ed.)

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India And China: A Thousand Years Of Cultural Relations (Zhong-Yin Qiannian Shi)

Prabodh Chandra Bagchi. Haraprasad Ray(Rev. And Ed.)

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2008. Hard back. Book Condition: New. Revised. 23 cms. This unique history of India-China relations has been written on the basis of author?s original research and thorough knowledge of Chinese Buddhism in all its aspects. The work has long been out of print. It has now been brought out with a new look to suit the needs of both the old and new generation of Sinologists and students. All the Chinese words have been transliterated in to pinyin system of Romanization which in their French forms were inaccessible to the readers. Both qualitatively and quantitatively, it is the best of its kind. Written in lucid, simple and attractive style, it will satisfy the needs of both the general readers as well as the specialists. The young and budding scholars will find here enough food for thought and data for further study. Contents Preface to the Third Edition Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition Introduction Chap. I : Routes to China and the First Contact Chap. II : The Buddhist Missionaries of India to China Chap. III : Ancient Chinese Pilgrims to India Chap. IV : Buddhism in China Chap. V : Buddhist Literature in China Chap. VI : Indian Art and Sciences in China Chap. VII : The two Civilizations : A Synthesis Chap. VIII : China and India. Bookseller Inventory # 043202

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Item Description: The Asiatic Society. Book Condition: New. pp. xvi + 128 , Maps This is the second volume of the series Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation. Entitled "Chinese Sources on Ancient Indian Geography", it comprises two texts on historical geography. The author has translated and annotated exhaustively the latest collated versions of the texts which will help the students of ancient Indian history and geography in exploring some of the hitherto unexplored domains of ancient India. The first work, Kang Tai's notices on Foreign Countries during the Wu Dynasty (AD 220-280) is a collated text of all available notices that go in the names of Kang Ta. Bookseller Inventory # 7604579

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Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation : Data for Study of India China: Vol: II

Haraprasad Ray

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Item Description: The Asiatic Society, Kolkata, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Introduction. XIV. Texts translated Annotated collection of Kang Tai's Record of Foreign Countries in the Wu Times (Kang Tai Wushi Waiguo Zhuan Jizhu). XV. A collated text of the commentary on the water classic (Shuijing Zhu Jiao). Bibliography. General index. Chinese index. This is the second volume of the series Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation. Entitled Chinese Sources on Ancient Indian Geography it comprises two texts on historical geography. The author has translated and annotated exhaustively the latest collated versions of the texts which will help the students of ancient Indian history and geography in exploring some of the hitherto unexplored domains of ancient India. The first work Kang Tai's notices on Foreign Countries during the Wu Dynasty (AD 220 280) is a collated text of all available notices that go in the names of Kang Tai and other envoys and travellers whose writings are no more extant but are scattered in other collectanea. Collected over a number of years they give a coherent idea about the all sea route passing through the Malacca straits touching Ge Ying and Jia na Tiao (Ganadvipa) and reaching the Eastern and Southern India and may be the Asia Minor (Daqin). The second work The Commentary on the Water Classic (5 6 cent. A.D.) does not only record the geography of Central Asia but also acquaints us with profuse information on the countries nearby and India Afghanistan and other areas outside China. The author shows knowledge of many Indian cities of North South and Eastern India and gives the impression that to the Chinese the entire Indian continent constituted one geographical and political concept. Both the works are important additions to the libraries of bibliophiles and will prove to be sine qua non for the Indian orientalists researching for data on our past. 128 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 63029

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Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation : Data for Study of India-China Relations Through Ages, Vol. II

Haraprasad Ray

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Item Description: The Asiatic Society, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. Reading guide. Chinese chronology. Table of transliteration. Abbreviations. Introduction. Chinese Texts translated: XIX. History of the Liang Dynasty (Liangshu). XX. History of the Sui Dynasty (Suishu). XXI. Old history of the Tang Dynasty (Jiu Tangshu). XXII. (New) History of the Tang Dynasty (Xin) (Tangshu). XXIII. Important arts for the people’s welfare (Lit. Equality) (Qimin Yaoshu). XXIV. Book records of the northern hall (Beitang Shu Chao) XXV. Classified collection of art and literature (Yiwen Leiju). XXVI. The history of Chen Dynasty (Chenshu). XXVII. History of Northern QI Dynasty (Beiqi Shu). XXVIII. History of the (Northern) Zhou Dynasty (Zhoushu). XXIX. History of the Southern Dynasties (Nanshi). XXX. History of the Northern Dynasties (Beishi). XXXI. Pearl Forest in the Garden of the Dharma (Fayuan Zhulin). XXXII. Supplementary material to the history of the Tang Period (Tang Guoshibu). XXXIII. Book of the man (Southern) Tribes (Manshu). XXXIV. First Tortoise of the Imperial archive (Cefu Yuangui). XXXV. Miscellaneous notes on Youyang (Youyang Zazu). Bibliography. Chinese Glossary. General index. Subtitled The Golden Period of India-China Relations the work contains extremely important data on China, Central Asia and India till the middle of the tenth century AD. Of special interest are the personal relations between Emperor Harsavardhana and the Chinese Monk Xuanzang (Hiuen Tsang), the remark of the Indian emeper of after meeting the Chinese pilgrim, details about some of the accounts given by Wang Xuance, the Chinese envoy to India whose written accounts are lost now, as well as the political relations between the states of Kashmir, Tibet vis-a-vis China, and so on. A must read for scholars and students of ancient and medieval history of Asia. Bookseller Inventory # 91084

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Traividyam: Vedic Studies in Memory of Durgamohan Bhattacharyya.

Ramaranjan Mukherji, Anantalal Thakur, Sukumar Bhattacharya and Dipak Bhattacharya

Published by Subarnarekha (2001)

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Item Description: Subarnarekha, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Introductory note/Dipak Bhattacharya. Reminiscences: 1. Professor Durgamohan Bhattacharyya -- a profile/Ramaranjan Mukherji. 2. Reminiscences about my father/Sukumar Bhattacharya. 3. An appreciation/C.G. Kashikar. 4. Pandit Durgamohan Bhattacharyya –my mentor/Haraprasad Ray. 5. Pitribandhu Pandit Durgamohan/Gauri Dharmapal. 7. My father’s friend Pandit Durgamohan/Gauri Dharmapal, Translation by Dipak Bhattacharya. 8. Amar pitrideb/Lila Chakrabarti. 9. A few words about my father/Amalendu Bhattacharya. 10. Pita hi paramam tapah/Bani Chakrabarti. 11. Pitrismarane/Chhaya Chakrabarti. 12. As I remember my father/Dilip Bhattacharya. 13. Bibliography of the works of Durgamohan Bhattacharyya/Dipak Bhattacharya. Studies: 1. Rta in the Rgveda/R.N. Dandekar. 2. The Atharvan roots of Ayurveda /K.V. Sarma. 3. Marginal notes on the Paippalada-Samhita/Kamaleswar Bhattacharya. 4. Einige aktuelle Aufgaben der Erforschung des vedischen Opferrituals/Klaus Mylius. 5. Some current tasks of research on the Vedic sacrifice/Translation by Dipak Bhattacharya. 6. Poetry in the Atharvaveda/Sukumari Bhattacharji. 7. Sandhi, Sakalya, Panini VI.1.127-128 and the vedic evidence/Sadashiv A. Dange. 8. Quarters in the Vedic ritual/Sindhu S. Dange. 9. The concept of Citrakavya in Sanskrit literary criticism/Pratap Bandyopadhyay. 10. Some aspects of srimat anirvan’s interpretation of the Vedas/Bhabani Prasad Bhattacharya. 11. Sakka in Pali Buddhism/Sadhan Chandra Sarkar. 12. Vedic ritual and Kalidasa/G.U. Thite. 13. The concept of Brahman in the pre-Upanisadic literature/Santi Banerjee. 14. The significance of the Tree Sami in the Veda/Hukam Chand Patyal. 15. The etymology of OIA jimuta/Abhijit Ghosh. 16. An introduction to the Katyayana-Srauta-Sutra with a translation of chapter one/Haraprasad Ray. Appendix: A letter from Rajsekhar Basu on Stimita. Index locorum. Bookseller Inventory # 37354

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Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation : Data for Study of India China Vol: I

Haraprasad Ray

Published by Asiatic Society, Kolkata (2004)

ISBN 10: 8172361513 ISBN 13: 9788172361518

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Item Description: Asiatic Society, Kolkata, 2004. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. Chinese historical texts translated. 1. Shiji. 2. Hanshu. 3. Hou Hanshu. 4. Sanguo Zhi. 5. Bowu Zhi. 6. Xijing Zaji. 7. Nanfang Caomu Zhuang. 8. Taiping Yulan. 9. Hua Yang Guo Zhi. 10. Sou Shen Ji. 11. Songshu. 12. Nanqi Shu. 13. Weishu. Bibliography. General index. Chinese glossary. This is the first volume in the series Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation Data for Study of India China Relations through History . It can legitimately be called the first of its kind in the world. The present volume contains the notices memoirs biographies basic annals of Chinese rulers and accounts of different nature from the official and unofficial histories and records of flora supernatural anecdotes and sundry matters. The earliest Chinese intercourse with the Southeast Asian states is also available here. A total of 61 entries of varying lengths from 13 important works from Shiji to Weishu have been translated with exhaustive notes and elucidations almost 75 per cent of which are made available for the first time to the scholars of ancient and early medieval South Asian history. The translated texts are evaluated in their proper historical perspective to provide new data and fresh interpretations. Translations are prefixed by notes on the authors and their works as well as introduction to the contents of the treatises from where the texts are lifted. This and the volumes following it will prove to be essential companions for the scholars of India China relations and a must read for other cultural historians. 224 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 52205

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Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation : Data for Study of India-China: Vol: 3

Haraprasad Ray

Published by The Asiatic Society, Kolkata (2009)

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Item Description: The Asiatic Society, Kolkata, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Reading guide. Table of transliteration. Measures. Chinese chronology. Introduction. Texts translated XVI. Lives of eminent monks (Gaoseng Zhuan). XVII. A record of the Sangharamas of Luoyang (Luoyang Qielan Ji) about the author. XVIII. An essay on Sakyamuni and Laozi (Shi Lao Zhi). Bibliography. General glossary. Chinese glossary. General index. This book reconstructs an interesting chapter in the history of Buddhism in China and how China absorbed and internalised the teachings of Buddha. It forms the third volume of Chinese Sources of South Asian History in Translation subtitled Buddhist Trilogy the work includes three texts not studied thoroughly before in India. Gaoseng Zhuan (c.530 A.D) by Hui Jiao affords us an insight into how the major Buddhist proselytisers from South Asia carried out the Herculean and hazardous task of disseminating their creed in a foreign and unknown land under hostile conditions. By the time we come across Luoyang Qielan Ji (547) by Yang Xuanzhi Buddhism had already become a flourishing creed in China its capital Luoyang being turned into a picturesque city dotted with Buddhist temples of all descriptions scattered all over the city. The author's inclusion of travels of Song Yun and Hui Sheng to Udyana and Gandhara in 518 (map provided) is an important contribution. The last text in the book is the piece on Sakyamuni the Buddha included in Juan 114 of the History of the Wei Dynasty (Weishu) (554) by Wei Shou which provides the only official account of Buddhism ever included in a dynastic history of China. It sums up the growth of Buddhism in China through various stages of ups and downs. Less than a century thereafter came the Tang dynasty rightly called the golden period of our relations which constitutes the fourth volume of this set. By the time a reader finishes reading this tome he will be convinced of the historical process under which Buddhism became a religion and philosophy encompassing all aspects of Chinese life after overcoming all vicissitudes. 304 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 73769

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Trade and Trade Routes Between India and China

Haraprasad Ray

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India and China: A Thousand Years of Cultural Relations (Zhong-yin Qiannian Shi)

Prabodh Chandra Bagchi; Revised and Edited By Haraprasad Ray

Published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India (2008)

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 2008. Hard Cover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Revised and Edited Edition. This unique history of India-China relations has been written on the basis of author's original research and thorough knowledge of Chinese Buddhism in all its aspects. The work has long been out of print. It has now been brought out with a new look to suit the needs of both the old and new generations of Sinologists and students. All the Chinese words have been transliterated into pinyin system of Romanization which in their French forms were inaccessible to the readers. Both qualitatively and quantitatively, it is the best of its kind. Written in lucid, simple and attractive style, it will satisfy the needs of both the general readers as well as the specialists. The young and budding scholars will find here enough food for thought and data for further study. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Bookseller Inventory # 024698

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India and China: A Thousand Years of Cultural Relations (Zhong-yin Qiannian Shi)

Prabodh Chandra Bagchi; Revised and Edited By Haraprasad Ray

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 2008. Hard Cover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Revised and Edited Edition. 15 x 23 Cm. This unique history of India-China relations has been written on the basis of author's original research and thorough knowledge of Chinese Buddhism in all its aspects. The work has long been out of print. It has now been brought out with a new look to suit the needs of both the old and new generations of Sinologists and students. All the Chinese words have been transliterated into pinyin system of Romanization which in their French forms were inaccessible to the readers. Both qualitatively and quantitatively, it is the best of its kind. Written in lucid, simple and attractive style, it will satisfy the needs of both the general readers as well as the specialists. The young and budding scholars will find here enough food for thought and data for further study. 15 x 23 Cm. Bookseller Inventory # 024698

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Trade and Trade Routes Between India and China

Ray Haraprasad

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Trade and Diplomacy in India-China Relations

Haraprasad P. Ray

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Trade and Diplomacy in India-China Relations: A Study of Bengal During the Fifteenth Century

Haraprasad Ray

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India on the Silk Route

Charles,Kamal Sheel,Lalji Shravak

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Item Description: Buddhist World Press, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. . (illustrator). First edition. 15 x 23 cm. The silk road presents historically the first instance of globalization. It witnessed not only exchange and flow of myriad forms of goods and ideas but also movement of traders, scholars and monks across the civilizations over a long period of time. It symbolized global cultural networking based on mutual interaction and incorporation. India was its significant part. Buddhism as well as its literature and art went from Gandharan area in India to China and Japan. This book puts together papers presented by European, Indian and Japanese scholars in an international seminar on "India on the Silk Road" held at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. Divided into four broad themes, its first two sections highlight the significance of Silk Road Studies for India and present some aspects of the Indian cultural connections to China through this route. The third section specifically focuses on the expansion of this cultural networking at the eastern most stretch of this route to Japan through introduction of artifacts in the Shosoin - the imperial treasure house on the grounds of the Todai Temple in Nara, as well as the process of absorption of Indian Buddhist sutras and rituals in Japanese society. Finally, a survey of recent Chinese sources and the introduction of the Indian Jaina sources provide useful starting point for further researches on the fascinating saga of this road. Contents Preface I. THE SILK ROAD AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE : 1. Central Asian trade Routes Co-Ordinated India-China Cultures/S.K. Pathak 2. The Silk Road : In the Footsteps of Xuanzang/Haraprasad Ray II. THE SILK ROAD AND CULTURAL EXCHANGES : INDIAN CONNECTION : 3. Life of Kumarajiva (344-409 or 413)/Supriya Rai 4. Fa-Xian and the Chinese Agamas/Analayo 5. On Xuanzang`s Contribution as Translator to the Development of Buddhism in China/Lalji `Shravak` 6. Did Xuanzang eat Pana? Some new Insights into Xuanzang`s stay at Nalanda from 14 Century Japan/Ineke Van Put 7. Dynamics of Cultural Exchange : Eastern India and Silk Route (A.D. 600-A.D. 1200)/Rajiva Kumar Sinha 8. Re-Identification of the Monastic site in `Moholach`a` Described by Xuanzang/Suraj A. Pandit 9. The Chinese Buddhacarita/Charles Willemen III. THE SILK ROAD AND JAPAN`S LINKS WITH INDIA : 10. Bodhisena and the Encounters of Indians and Japanese in 8 to 11 centuries/Charlotte von Verschuer 11. The Treasures of the Shosoin Treasure House : Japanese culture and the silk Road/Kazuki Sugimoto 12. Todaiji Temple and the Shosoi Documents in the 8 Century Japan/Eiichi Ishigami 13. Hero Pada Worship/Matsukubo Shuin 14. Adoption of Indian Culture in Japan : Adoption and Diffusion of the Buddhist Sutra "Maha-Prajna-Paramita-Sutra/Fujita Reio IV. THE SILK ROAD AND SOURCE MATERIALS : 15. Some Observations on the silk Route in Jaina Literature/Shashank Srivastava 16. A Review of the Translation, Organization and the study of most Important Chinese Historical Materials on the History of Sino-Indian Interactions/Nie Jingjie (Translated from Chinese by Kamal Sheel) Printed Pages: 334. Bookseller Inventory # 1540

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Trade and Diplomacy in India-China Relations

Ray Haraprasad P.

Published by Radiant Publishers

ISBN 10: 8170272025 ISBN 13: 9788170272021

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Indian Diaspora in Asian and Pacific Regions : Culture People Interactions

Lipi Ghosh and Ramkrishna Chatterjee

Published by Rawat (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170338352 ISBN 13: 9788170338352

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Item Description: Rawat, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents Foreword. Introduction. I. South Asia 1. Indian Diaspora in Nepal and Sri Lanka a profile/K.K. Ganguly. 2. Whose Nepal whose India of diasporas and transnational identities/Rita Manchanda. II. Central Asia 3. Diasporas along the silk road the Indian trader communities in Central Asia/Anita Sengupta. III. East Asia 4. Indian Diaspora in China/Haraprasad Ray. 5. Japanese Indianness without the Indian Diaspora in pre modern Japan/Dwijendra Nath Bakshi. 6. Indians in Japan history and dimensions of relations/Mimi Banerjee Dhar. IV. South East Asia 7. Indian Diaspora in Burma history and dimensions of interactions/Paramita Das. 8. Indians in Thailand dynamics of relations and identity questions as ethnic minority/Lipi Ghosh. 9. Search for pastures Tamil Migration to Malayan Plantations in the 19 and early 20 centuries/Rajsekhar Basu.10. Minority underclassed negating a sociological truism in Malaysia/Tridib Chakraborti. V. Pacific region 11. Bollywood and Diaspore Fiji Indians from indenture to globalisation/Manas Ray. Index. The word Diaspora suggests the idea of dispersal and fragmentation. That way Indian Diaspora means Indian population outside India particularly those who have migrated to foreign lands and in course of time abjured Indian citizenship. In other way the term stands for the fragments of Indian population outside India who are supposedly foreign nationals belonging to the country of their migration. When one speaks of an Indian Diaspora it indicates widely disparate elements from Indian subcontinent into an Indian community overseas either in the neighbouring countries or far abroad. The question of Indianness of these diasporic Indians acquires a particular sentiment who are presumed to shed their regional linguistic and ethnic identities in deference to the more general identity of being Indian. In other words in the Indian Diaspora the usual phenomenon is that the plurality of India is condemned to disappear. This book notes several aspects of fragmented Indian population in the Asian and Pacific region. It throws light on the history of the migration of Indian population as well as takes note of their identity questions therein. It also highlights the cultural as well as socio economic positions of these Indians abroad. The book will be of particular advantage to those interested in the diasporic studies. 287 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 51275

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Across the Himalayan Gap : An Indian Quest for Understanding China

Tan Chung (ed)

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Item Description: Gyan for IGNCA, India. Book Condition: New. Contents: Foreword/Kapila Vatsyayan. Preface/Karan Singh. Introduction/Tan Chung. I. Indian Leader's Speeches in Chinese Universities: 1. Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi at Qinghua University Beijing 1988. 2. Prime Minister Narasimha Rao at Beijing University 1993. 3. Vice President K.R. Narayanan at Fudan University Shanghai 1994. II. Indian Savants Observations on China: 4. Raja Rammohun Roy. 5. Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore. 6. Mahatma Gandhi. 7. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. 8. A.K. Coomaraswami. 9. P.C. Bagchi. III. Perspectives: 10. A holistic eye on cultural interface and synergy/Kapila Vatsyayan. 11. The critique of modernity in India and China/Prasenjit Duara. 12. Enchantment and disenchantment: a Sino Indian introspection/Ravni Thakur & Tan Chung. 13. Gandhi and Mao: National Identity for an alternative future/Mira Sinha Bhattacharjea. 14. Body state and Cosmos: Mao Zedong's Study of Physical Education 1917/Patricia Uberoi. 15. A Sino Indian perspective for India China understanding/Tan Chung. 16. Unveiling Xuanzang and the Xuanzang spirit/Haraprasad Ray. 17. Towards an understanding of socialism with Chinese characteristics/Hemant Adlakha. IV. Culture and Art: 18. Some aspects of Jataka paintings in Indian and Chinese (Central Asian) Art/M.C. Joshi & Radha Banerjee. 19. India and China: beyond and the within/Lokesh Chandra. 20. My tryst with Chinese art/M.N. Deshpande. 21. Icons of cultural linkage/D.C. Bhattacharyya. 22. Cultural synthesis in the Buddhist art of China/Arputharani Sengupta. 23. New revelations of Xinjiang art/Priyatosh Banerjee. 24. The creation of Goddess of Mercy from Avalokitesvara/Bagyalakshmi. 25. The Manichaean input to Chinese culture and art/Radha Banerjee. V. Socio Political Changes and Economic Development: Socio Political Institutions: 26. Development and Democracy: The Indian and Chinese experience/Manoranjan Mohanty. 27. Understanding Human Relationships in China/Kamal Sheel. Economic Developments: 28. The economic ideas of Mao Zedong: agricultural transformation/Utsa Patnaik. 29. Roads for large populations towards development and prosperity/S.P. Gupta. Gender Issues: 30. Change and continuity: Orthodox discourse on gender relations in China/Ravni Thakur. 31. Women and family in India and China/Bidyut Mohanty. 32. Women and adult literacy in China/Shreemati Chakrabarty. VI. History and Literature: Tagore and China: 33. The controversial guest: Tagore's 1924 visit of China/Sisir Kumar Das. 34. Tagore's inspiration in Chinese new poetry/Tan Chung. Ancients on War: 35. Strategic thinking in ancient India and China: Kautilya and Sunzi/Giri Deshingkar. 36. Arthashastra and Sunzi Bingfa/V.R. Ragavan. Modern Chinese Literature: 37. The lofty height of a writer: my evaluation of Lu Xun/Manik Bhattacharyya. 38. Comeback of hundred flowers in Chinese literature: 1976 1989/Sabaree Mitra. India China Relationship: 39. Mao Zedong's vision: China the world and India/Mira Sinha Bhattacharjea. 40. The Nehru years revisited/Giri Deshingkar. 41. Retrace Indian steps in the agricultural scene in China 40 years back/S.K. Bhutani. VII. Diplomats Reminiscences: 42. Interwoven memories about China/K.P.S. Menon. 43. My tryst with India China friendship a talk at IGNCA/K.P.S. Menon. 44. Diary of an old China hand/A.K. Damodaran. 45. Delicious memories a talk at IGNCA/A.K. Damodaran. 46. Walk out of the dinner and eat it a talk at IGNCA/Brajesh Mishra. 47. Memories of an Indian Ambassador 1987 1991/C.V. Ranganathan. 48. A young Indian Diplomat in China in the 1960s and 1970s/K.S. Rana. 49. How I arrived on the China scene/Vinod Khanna. VIII. Better Understanding: 50. How to understand China?/V.V. Paranjpe. 51. How to understand Deng Xiaoping's China?/C.V. Ranganathan. 52. Positive agenda for positive action: better India China understanding/Eric Gonsalves. 53. Indian policies towards China a talk at IGNCA/Salman Haidar. 54. Looking at China across the border/Dipankar Banerjee. 55. India China relations: a military perspe. Bookseller Inventory # 351

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