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Gokhale, K.V.G.K.

Published by Econ Geol (1961)

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About this Item: Econ Geol, 1961. Pamphlet. Condition: Very Good. Vol 56, pp. 963-971, Extracted from orig vol, thus begins with title page, trimmed & stapled pamphlet, last page in facsimile else VG. Seller Inventory # 065633

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The Physics of Fluids Volume 10/Number 6

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About this Item: "Volume 10, Number 6, June 1967. Pp 1125-1364. The Physics of Fluids is a peer-reviewed monthly scientific journal on fluid dynamics, founded by the American Institute of Physics in 1958. The journal focuses on the dynamics of fluids -- gases, liquids, complex and multiphase fluids -- and the journal contains original research resulting from theoretical, computational, and experimental studies. Authors in this issue include Howard W. Emmons; D.L. Evans and R.S. Tankin; Robert T. Taussig; J.W. Daiber and H.M. Thompson; Joseph M. Crowley; James R. Melcher and Millard S. Firebaugh; Shmuel Kaniel and Attay Kovetz; R.H. Aranow and L. Witten; Carlo Cercignani and Franco Sernagiotto; Thomas Daniel Butler; Mahinder S. Uberoi and Stanley Wallis; D.A. Lee and H.S. Tan; Harold Rosenbaum and David P. Margolis; V.L. Granatstein; R.E. Aamodt; A. Dolinsky and R. Goldman; Tetsuya Sato and Takao Tsuda; Thomas P. Armstrong; Ramy Shanny, John M. Dawson, and JOhn M. Greene; Stirling A. Colgate and Charles W. Hartman; Joel M. Levin; L.A. Ferrari and K.C. Rogers; A.Z. Akcasu and L.H. Wald; D. Bradley and K.J. Matthews; J. Auerbach and P.D. Richardson; P.N. Kaloni; A.F. Rapp and D.P. Margolis; P.G. Saffman; R.J. Goldstein and W.F. Hagen; Daniel L. Rode and B. Samuel Tanenbaum; M.H. Gokhale; Frederick C. Grant and Marc R. Feix; J.B. Taylor; J.L. Shohet and S. J. Gitomer; S. von Goeler and R.W. Motley; Nand Kishore; G.W. Stuart; N. D'Angelo. Mild wear and fading to covers; clean and tight internally; very good +. Seller Inventory # J0023

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K V Surendran

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ISBN 10: 8176252506 ISBN 13: 9788176252508

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About this Item: Sarup. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Thermatic complexity in Nectar in a Sieve/R.A. Singh.2. Marital disharmony in Anita Desai's novels/Basavaraj Naikar. 3. Clear light of day: a four dimensional novel/R.A. Singh. 4. Claustrophobic feminine existentialism in Anita Desai's fasting, feasting/Anita Myles. 5. Gender discrimination in fasting, feasting/Amar Nath Prasad. 6. Women in Shobha De-a feminist perspective/T. Sarada. 7. Marriage: a boon or bane? A study of Bharati Mukherji's wife and Gita Hariharan's The Thousand Faces of Night/T. Sarada. 8. Women vs men: a reading of Rama Mehta's Inside the the Haveli/K.V. Surendran. 9. Nampally Road: a Volcano of anger/A.G. Khan. 10. Gender and identity in Shantha Rama Rau's novels/Basavaraj Naikar. 11. Autobiographical elements in The God of Small Things/K. Smitha. 12. The existential predicament: a linch-pin in Nayantara Sahgal's The Day in Shadow/Ramesh Kumar Gupta. 13. Existential images of women in Shashi Deshpande's Small Remedies/U.B.S. Gour. 14. Dual tradition in Shashi Deshpande/Priya K. Nair. 15. Namita Gokhale's Paro: idolising erotics?/A.G.Khan. No. 28115 117 pp. Seller Inventory # 44047

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K V G K Gokhale

Published by BS Pub, Hyderabad (2005)

ISBN 10: 8178000881 ISBN 13: 9788178000886

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About this Item: BS Pub, Hyderabad, 2005. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Minerals and rocks. 2. Engineering properties and classification of Rock masses. 3. Weathering and soil formation. 4. Geomorphic processes and landforms. 5. Crustal deformation and geological structures. 6. Site investigations and ground improvement. 7. Hydrogeology. 8. Engineering geology in dam construction. 9. Engineering geology in tunneling practice. 10. Geological hazards. 11. Environmental geology. Annexures. Index. References. In Civil Engineering practice engineering geology plays a vital role. For an efficient and appropriate judgement in the analysis and execution of any project it is extremely essential not only to have a basic understanding of the geological processes and products at the site to select the best site based on an integrated site evaluation approach but also for the ground reinforcement at the site to withstand the constructions whether it be dam tunnel transportation routes in problematic regions or the shore protection structures. Further in the area of water resources engineering watershed management and groundwater development are primarily based on the site geology and aquifer evaluation. Thus engineering geology is an interface area of Civil Engineering and Geology. It has gained acceptability world over as a branch of civil engineering. Keeping this in mind the present book is designed by the author based on his vast experience spanning about four decades as a basic first course in particular to the students of civil engineering. The contents of the book are deal under eleven chapters. The first four chapters dealt with the geological processes and products with an emphasis on civil engineering needs. The next seven chapters deal with geological considerations in site evaluation ground improvement effect of geological features on the choice and construction methodology groundwater hydrogeology prevention or protection from geological hazards and role of geology in the environmental problems. At every stage in the book enough examples are cited to enable a good comprehension of the subject by the reader. In addition material useful for the reader but does not find a place in the main text is provided in annexures 1 and 2. Annexure 3 contains review questions on each chapter useful for self evaluation of the students understanding. 268 pp. Seller Inventory # 58925

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Basavaraj Naikar (ed.)

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (2002)

ISBN 10: 8126901209 ISBN 13: 9788126901203

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Collected in this anthology are perceptive articles on the major Indian English writers ? including novelists, dramatists and poets who have enriched the realm of letters. The thematic concerns of these writers range from the mythical to the mundane; the colonial to the postcolonial; the social to the individual and the psychological to the satirical. The anthology is, therefore, polyphonic in nature. The writers studied in this anthology represent all the three generations : G.V. Desani, Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao, Chaman Nahal, Arun Joshi, Basavaraj Naikar, Amitav Ghosh, Nayantara Sahgal, Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Namita Gokhale, Arundhati Roy, Girish Karnad, Jayanta Mahapatra and T.R. Rajasekharaiah. The contributors to this volume include Basavaraj Naikar, S.N. Vikram Raj Urs, Shankar Prasad Singha, Aroonima Sinha, P.D. Dubbe, M.R. Verma, Asha Choubey, N.B. Masal, Kuldeep Kumar, Gajendra Kumar, G.A. Ghanshyam, M.A. Nare, R.K. Gupta and Binod Mishra. Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 22160

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Shoun Hino & Lalita Deodhar (ed)

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ISBN 10: 8177020056 ISBN 13: 9788177020052

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About this Item: Pratibha. Condition: As New. Contents: Vedic 1. A note on Kausika Sutra 16.30/S.S. Bahulkar. 2. Anaddha-purusa/S.A. Dange. 3. Sthanu--Evolution of the concept/Sindhu Dange. 4. Ritual symbolism of the vac legends from the Brahmana texts/Parineeta Deshpande. 5. On vijnanakarmani/Vinaya Kshirsagar. 6. Subramanya/Sucheta Paranjape. 7. A note on a variant reading in Brhaddevata /Gautam Patel. 8. Cosmogonic speculations and ritualism in the Brahmana texts /H.C. Patyal. 9. Technical terms in the illustrated dictionary of Vedic rituals/H.G. Ranade. 10. The aitihasika school of Vedic interpretation its significance/Thaneswar Sarmah. 11. On the accentuation of some Vedic forms /Jayashree Sathe. 12. Creation myth in the Rgveda-- a critique of Professor N. Brown' s theories of creation in the Rgveda/Musashi Tachikawa. 13. Comparative study of certain nuances of Vedic and Greek mythologies/A.C. Tiwari. 14. Duhitrdayada--a needless controversy/Shruti Pradhan. II. Vedanta: 15. Sariraka upanisad/K.V. Apte. 16. The concept of Mala in Kashmir Saivism/ Lalita Deodhar. 17. Hindu types of liberation: a sketch/Shoun Hino. 18. Some remarks on Anandagiri's Commentary on Satasloki ascribed to Sankara/ Sulabha Killedar. 19. The ethics of upanisads/Shucita Mehta. 20. Karmayoga--origin and practice/K.D. Samudra. 21. The Bhedabheda philosophy of Nimbarka/J. Satyananda. III. Poetics and classical Sanskrit: 22. Bharata's concept of Laksana in the light of Kuntaka's concept of Vakrokti/Manjusha Gokhale. 23. Modern Samskrta poetry /Rajendra Mishra. 24. on Ramah Sastrabhrtam Aham/N. Narayanan. 25. Portrayal of India/Shashirekha. 26. 315 pp. Seller Inventory # 4001

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Edited by Dom Moraes

Published by Penguin Books (2004)

ISBN 10: 0670912336 ISBN 13: 9780670912339

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About this Item: Penguin Books, 2004. Soft cover. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. 1. Hill station: Darjeeling, 1970/Jan Morris. 2. Romancers/V.S. Naipaul. 3. The Delhi mail from Jaipur/Paul Theroux. 4. Footloose in Agra/Ruskin Bond. 5. On the road with Mrs. G./Bruce Chatwin. 6. Leh/Andrew Harvey. 7. The riddle of midnight: India, August 1987/Salman Rushdie. 8. Death lives in Varanasi/Jerry Pinto. 9. The elephants are coming/Anita Nair. 10. The forest/Dom Moraes. 11. Kumbh Mela/Mark Tully. 12. Encounters in South India/Joe Roberts. 13. The emerald route/R.K. Narayan. 14. In the midst of life/Charlie Pye-Smith. 15. Amritsar: city of nectar and gold/Stephen Alter. 16. The bandit king and the movie star/Abraham Varghese. 17. Memories of Bihar/Vijay Nambisan. 18. Gwalior today/Dawood Ali Mccalum. 19. Burning Ghats/Allen Ginsberg. 20. Reports from Orissa/P. Sainath. 21. The promised land/Bill Aitken. 22. Nainital/Namita Gokhale. 23. Mela madness/Mark Shand. 24. Along the Narmada/Royina Grewal. 25. The land of seven hundred hills/M.J. Akbar. 26. Gods and God/Anees Jung. 27. The Koyal and the Gauva/Sarayu Ahuja. 28. Ayodhya/Jonah Blank. 29. Kutch touch/Seeme Qasim. 30. Refugees/James Cameron. 31. Phoolan Devi, Queen of dacoits/Khushwant Singh. 32. Kathmandu; Delhi/Vikram Seth. 33. Small orange flags/Amit Chaudhuri. 34. The city of widows/William Dalrymple. 35. Cherra/Alexander Frater. "A country the size of a continent, home to a sixth of humanity. An ancient civilization that is also a modern democratic republic only half a century old. A nation that is several countries in one. As in ages past, India continues of fascinate travellers who are, in the words of Dom Moraes, the editor of this anthology, ‘startled, annoyed, and attracted by its colossal, inexplicable diversities’. More has been written about it than any other Asian country. The Penguin Book of Indian Journeys brings together pieces by some of the best contemporary writers in the English language. Travel writers – Indian and foreign, as well as compulsive wanderers without a home – engage with the comforts and the chaos, the convictions and the contradictions of modern, independent India. R. K. Narayan does a leisurely tour of Karnataka, taking the ‘emerald route’ up and down the Ghats; V.S. Naipaul rages through hot, crowded and apathetic New Delhi; and Vikram Seth flies back, after months of hitch-hiking in strange lands, to familiars, respite and Delhi customs. Ruskin Bond explores the laid-back Agra of the 1960s in the shadow of the unchanging Taj; and midnight’s child Salman Rushdie returns to the land of his birth to try and answer a riddle: does India exist? At the Kumbh Mela, the world’s biggest religious festival, Mark Tully meets a 300 year-old sadhu. In the forests of the western Ghats, Abraham Varghese hopes to run into the brigand Veerappan. Jan Morris rides the toy train to ‘the most celebrated of Indian hill stations’ that is ‘all smallness’. And Bruce Chatwin hits the road with the entourage of the post-emergency, out-of-power Indira Gandhi to see ‘Madame in action’. Also in these pages are Paul Theroux, Khushwant Singh, William Dalrymple, Andrew Harvey, Amit Chaudhuri, Allen Ginsberg, Joe Roberts and P. Sainath, among others, taking us to places as familiar or remote as Jaipur, Ladakh, Behmai and the cut-off-area. Beginning with a brilliantly insightful introduction by Dom Moraes, this anthology provides an absorbing, lively and always interesting portrait of life in contemporary India." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 38845

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S.N. Mundra (ed)

Published by Himanshu, India

ISBN 10: 8186231307 ISBN 13: 9788186231302

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About this Item: Himanshu, India. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Part Contents: 1. IPM: Introduction, concepts and future propspectives/A.H.Shah. 2. Why do pest problems occur?/V.G. Gokhale. 3. Economic aspects of pest control/A.H. Shah. 4. Identification and nature of damage by insect pests of major crops/V.G. Gokhale. 5. Pest surveilance and forewarning system a case study from Chambal Command Area/A.H. Shah, M. Haroon and M.A.M. Khan. 6. Host plant resistance to insect pests in crop protection/P.K. Pathak. 7. Insect pest management: cultural control of insect pests/P.K. Pathak. 8. Biological agents in integrated insect pest management/D.N. Yadav. 9. Role of insect pathogens in IPM/J.P. Mangrola. 10. Insecticidal interventions in IPM and insecticide residues in crops/H.C. Gupta. 11. Pesticide application technology in era of integrated pest management/A.H. Shah. 12. Microbial control of heliothis armigera with the use of nuclear polyhedrosis virus/J.P. Mangrola. 13. IPM strategies for rice insect pests/A.P. Singh.14. Integrated pest management in mustard/R.K. Joshi. 15. Integrated pest management in sugarcane/R.K. Joshi. 16. IPM strategies in Chickpea with special reference to biocontrol/R.C. Srivastava. 17. Neem and oils for pest management/R.K. Joshi. 18. Integrated pest management in Soybean/Amar N. Sharma. 19. IPM strategies against rodents/S.C. Bhardwaj. 20. Disease diagnosis and symptomatology of major crop diseases/J.M. Agrawat. 21. Biological control of diseases in pulses and oilseeds/J.M. Agrawat. 22. Integrated disease management in major crops/S. Gangopdhyay. 23. Nematodes management in major crops/D.K. Handa. 24. Aquatic weeds and. Seller Inventory # 1108

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P Mohana Rao & Trilok Kumar Jain

Published by Deep and Deep

ISBN 10: 8176293849 ISBN 13: 9788176293846

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About this Item: Deep and Deep. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Application of activity-based costing in banks/B.H. Desai and Mayuri J. Farmer. 2. Transparency in financial statements of banks and non-performing assets: with special reference to Indian public sector banks/B.H. Desai and Mayuri J. Farmer. 3. Emerging trend in financial services: the Indian scenario/Debasish Sur. 4. Local area banks/ Anita Hora. 5. Bank rate: a tool of monetary control/Kanchana Khanna. 6. Prospects for saving and growth/Y.V. Reddy. 7. Non-interest income: our potential and strategies to increase its share/K. Mahadevan. 8. Prime lending rate determination: a strategic approach/K. Ram Mohan and R. Radhakrishnan. 9. Securitisation in India: next steps/Y.V. Reddy. 10. Asset-liability management in Indian banks/Madhu Sehgal and Rajni Kher. 11.Rehabilitation of weak banks: role of ARCs./Sanjay Sharma. 12. Banking structure: issues in soundness and safety/R. Radhakrishnan. 13. WholeSale payment system: issues and perspectives/Harsha Kapoor. 14. Banking regulation: some issues/Sanjay Sharma. 15. Some aspects and issues relating to NPAs in commercial banks/RBI Study. 16. Pricing mechanism- based on credit rating of borrowers/W.D. Gokhale. 17. Recent developments in banking/A.K. Bansal. 18. Towards an integrated HRM policy: bank's action agenda/G.S. Bhaskara Rao. 19. The changing dimensions of supervision and regulation/S.P. Talwar. 20. Quality lending/Ranajit Sadhu. 21. The Damocles Sword over Indian banking/Central Bank of India. 22. Advance against documents of title to goods/A.K. Bansal. 23. Human 346 pp. Seller Inventory # 39540

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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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Parimala V. Rao

Published by Orient BlackSwan, New Delhi, India (2010)

ISBN 10: 8125039198 ISBN 13: 9788125039198

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan, New Delhi, India, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Foundations of Tilak’s Nationalism: Discrimination, Education and Hindutva shows how, as opposed to being simply a struggle of the colonised against the coloniser’s oppression, the anti-colonial struggle in India was much more nuanced and complicated. In this process, it examines the role of Bal Gangadhar Tilak and draws attention to issues concerning education, gender, caste, peasantry and communalism, how these were interlinked and had a decisive influence on his anti-colonial nationalism. The study also deconstructs the categories of the moderate and the extremist, the reformer and the orthodox and questions the validity of calling reformers like M. G. Ranade, G. K. Gokhale, N. G. Chandavarkar and G. G. Agarkar as moderates, collaborators and compradors of colonial rule. This book critically analyses Tilak’s stance against a single Indian nationality free from caste and religious prejudices and gender inequalities, of how he advocated the hegemonic control of the landed elites over society contrary to that of the Reformers and inquires into the debates concerning the Nationalist agenda of preventing women and non-Brahmins from gaining access to education. Tilak’s was a patriarchal and orthodox position, that ideated that teaching Hindu women to read and write would ruin their traditional virtues making them immoral and subordinate. Criticism of the caste system and allowing education to women and non-Brahmins, were according to Tilak, ‘un-national tendencies?and ‘against the Hindu nation? The author also addresses the origin of the concept of ‘Hindutva?and locates it not in the conflict of interest between the Hindus and Muslims, or the Hindus and the British, but in the discarding of religious neutrality and the enforcement of caste restrictions. In this context, the author presents the ideology of Hindutva as one further away from the concept of Hinduism, a rigorous representation of the ‘Muslim other?and traces in it the consequent rise of communalism. In refuting the value premises of viewing an individual independent of caste identity, this book also sheds light on Tilak’s constant ridicule of the Reformers?emphasis on the Bhakti tradition as a source of spiritual guidance. It introduces the reader to the vehement Nationalist critique of Vedic revivalism, i.e., the advocation of the Vedic religion and a Vedic way of life, which included Vedic rituals, relaxation of rigid caste restrictions and improvement in the condition of women by adopting post-puberty marriage, widow marriage and the education of girls that attempted to incorporate the lower caste groups into its fold—shattering the social and economic hegemony of the Brahmins. This meticulous piece of scholarship is a crucial insight into Tilak’s role in India’s struggle for independence and questions the basis of his status as an uncompromising champion of the freedom movement and his being projected as the greatest Maharashtrian. In trying to read history from an entirely new perspective, this book will be useful to students and scholars of modern Indian history, education, political science and gender studies. Printed Pages: 372. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Seller Inventory # 033055

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Dharma kumar (Ed.) & Sabyasachi Bhattacharya (Intro.)

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ISBN 10: 8125027319 ISBN 13: 9788125027317

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd 0. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. The two-volume Cambridge Economic History of India has served as the single most widely consulted and cited reference for over twenty years. Now in an expanded edition, this volume offers a nuanced and useful introduction by the reputed historian, Sabyasachi. While updating major current trends in Research since the 1970s, it also carries two additional chapters that Focus on the Indian and Pakistani economies respectively. Combining factually reliable and specific studies of Region and nation, this volume spans about 250 years of India`s Political and social economy. The chapters here introduce subjects as diverse as Domestic trade and market in the 18th century, the -economic zones prevalent in the 19th and the pre-Independence Agrarian structure of our village economy. CONTENTS: Preface Introduction/Sabyasachi Bhattacharya, Formerly Professor of Indian Economic History, Jawaharlal Nehru University Part I : THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE : 1. The Mid-eighteenth-century Background/Tapan Raychaudhuri, Reader in Modern South Asian History, University of Oxford and Fellow of St Anthony`s College 2. Agrarian Relations : i. Northern and Central India/Eric Stokes, Smuts Professor of the History of the British Commonwealth, University of Cambridge ii. Eastern India/B. Chaudhuri, Professor of Social and Economic History, University of Calcutta iii. Western India/H. Fukazawa, Professor of South Asian Studies, Department of Economics, Hitotsubashi University iv. South India/Dharma Kumar, Processor of Economic History, University of Delhi 3. Regional Economy (1757-1857) : i. North India/Tom G. Kessiniger, Professor, South Asia Regional Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania ii. Eastern India/S. Bhattacharya, Professor at the (Centre for Historical Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University. New Delhi, B. Chaudhuri iii. Western India/V.D. Divekar, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Poona iv. South India/Dharma Kumar 4. National Income/A. Heston, Professor of South Asian Economics, University of Pennsylvania 5. Population (1757-1947)/Leela Visaria and Pravin Visaria, Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research, Ahmedahad 6. The Occupational Structure/J. Krishnamurty, Reader in Economics, University of Delhi Part II : THE BEGINNINGS OF THE MODERN ECONOMY : 7. The Growth of Large-scale Industry to 1947/Morris D. Morris, Henry R. Luce Professor of Comparative Development, Brown University 8. Irrigation and Railways : i. Irrigation/Elizabeth Whitcombe ii. Railways/John M. Hurd, Assistant Professor of Economics Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont 9. Money and Credit, 1858-1947/A.G. Chandavarkar, International Monetary Fund, Washington D.C 10. Foreign Trade and Balance of Payments (1757-1947)/K.N. Chaudhuri, Professor of the Economic History of Asia, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 10. Price Movements and Fluctuations in Economic Activity (1860-1947)/Michelle Mcalpin, Associate Professor of Economics, Tufis University 11. The Fiscal System/Dharma Kumar Part III : POST-INDEPENDENCE DEVELOPMENTS : 13. The Indian Economy Since Independence (1947-70)/A. Vaidyanathan, Fellow at the Centre for Development Studies, Ulloor 14. The Pakistan Economy Since Independence (1947-70)/Swadesh R. Bose, World Bank, Washington D.C 15. The Indian Economy (1970-2003)/Jayati Ghosh, Professor, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 16. Pakistan`s Economic Development (1970-2003)/S. Akbar Zaidi, Social Scientist, Karachi Printed Pages: 1156. Seller Inventory # 11293

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A N Kapoor; V P Gupta and Mohini Gupta

Published by Radha, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 817487383X ISBN 13: 9788174873835

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About this Item: Radha, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Historical perspectives 1. Economic ideas and institutions in ancient India. 2. Economic ideas and institutions during the Sultanate period. 3. Economic ideas and institutions during the Mughal period. 4. Economic ideas and institutions during the medieval period. 5. Economic ideas and institutions during the colonial supremacy. 6. Economic ideas and institutions since independence. II. Eminent Indian economists 1. Adarkar B.P. 2. Balakrishna R. 3. Banerjea Pramathanath. 4. Brij Narain. 5. Dutt Romesh Chandra. 6. Gadgil D.R. 7. Gandhi M.K. 8. Gokhale Gopal Krishan. 9. Gyan Chand. 10. Joshi N.M. 11. Kale V.G. 12. Kautilya. 13. Mehta J.K. 14. Mukerjee R.K. 15. Naoroji Dadabhai. 16. Ranade Mahadev Gobind. 17. Rao V.K.R.N. 18. Sen Amartya. 19. Shah K.T. 20. Vakil C.N. 21. Wacha D.E. 22. Wadia P.A. III. Areas of development 1. Agriculture. 2. Education. 3. Energy. 4. Environment. 5. Food and civil supplies. 6. Health and family welfare. 7. Housing. 8. Industry. 9. Labour. 10. Mining. 11. Planning. 12. Rural development. 13. Scientific and technological development. 14. Tourism. 15. Trade and commerce. 16. Transport and communications. 17. Water resources. IV. Bibliography 1. Important books on Indian economic. 2. Thought and thinkers. The present work An Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Indian Economy is the ninth title under the ongoing series An Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Indian History and Culture. The volume aims to present a survey of Indian economic thinking through the ages with detailed write ups on 25 eminent economists ranging from Kautilya to Amartya Sen. Section one surveys the evolution of economic thinking in ancient India Sultanate period Mughal period colonial rule and independent India. It serves as a backdrop for understanding the ideas of various economic thinkers. In section two the editors have selected 25 eminent economists for detailed study. They have briefly indicated the careers of these economists and analysed their major contributions. The Indian economists have largely reacted against the current economic problems and offered their solutions. Some economists like Amartya Sen have made worldwide impact. The Gandhian ideas of economic reconstruction have not been tried even by his closest of followers but they provide a challenge to all those people who dare to perceive a new world order based on moral principles. Section three deals with the areas of economic development and the institutions linked with such areas. 432 pp. Seller Inventory # 55007

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Edited by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra

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ISBN 10: 8178242400 ISBN 13: 9788178242408

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About this Item: Permanent Black, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction/Arvind Krishna Mehrotra. 1. The English writings of Raja Rammohan Ray/Bruce Carlisle Robertson. 2. The Hindu college: Henry Derozio and Michael Madhusudan Dutt/Sajni Kripalani Mukherji. 3. The Dutt family Album: and Toru Dutt/Rosinka Chaudhuri. 4. Rudyard Kipling/Maria Couto. 5. Two faces of prose: Behramji Malabari and Govardhanram Tripathi/Sudhir Chandra. 6. The beginnings of the Indian Novel/Meenakshi Mukherjee. 7. The English writings of Rabindranath Tagore/Amit Chaudhuri. 8. Sri Aurobindo/Peter Heehs. 9. Two early-twentieth-century women writers: Cornelia Sorabji and Sarojini Naidu/Ranjana Sidhanta Ash. 10. Gandhi and Nehru: the uses of English/Sunil Khilnani. 11. Verrier Elwin/Ramachandra Guha. 12. Novelists of the 1930 and 1940/Leela Gandhi. 13. R.K. Narayn/Pankaj Mishra. 14. Nirad C. Chaudhuri/Eunice deSouza. 15. Novelists of the 1950s and 1960s/Shyamala A. Narayan and Jon Mee. 16. On V.S. Naipaul on India/Suvir Kaul. 17. Poetry since Independence/Rajeev S. Patke. 18. From sugar to Masala: writing by the Indian Diaspora/Sudesh Mishra. 19. Looking for A.K. Ramanujan/Arvind Krishna Mehrotra. 20. Salman Rushdie/Anuradha Dingwaney. 21. After midnight: the novel in the 1980s and 1990s/Jon Mee. 22. The dramatists/Shanta Gokhale. 23. Five nature writers: Jim Corbett, Kenneth Anderson, Salim Ali, Kailash Sankhala, and M. Krishnan/Mahesh Rangarajan. 24. Translations into English/Arshia Sattar. Index. "This book is a history of two hundred years of Indian literature in English, from 1800 to now. It is a revised, updated, text-only edition of An IIlustrated History of Indian Literature in English, which was published to wide acclaim in 2003. It starts by looking at the introduction of English into India's complex language scenario around the beginning of British rule. It then takes up the canonical poets, novelists, and dramatists, as well as many injustly forgotten figures, who have made significant contributions to the evolution of Indian literature in English. The book comprises twenty-four chapters, written by some of India's foremost scholars and critics. Each chapter is devoted either to single Author (e.g. Kipling, Tagore, Sri Aurobindo, R.K. Narayan), or to a group of authors (e.g. the Dutt family of nineteenth-century Calcutta; the Indian diasporic writers of the twentieth century), or to a genre (e.g. the beginnings of the Indian novel; poetry since Independence). Though the contributors are all experts in their chosen areas, they have written this book for the non-specialist general reader. Biographical information on major literary figures is provided, and in most cases their work is historically contextualized. The chapters can be read selectively (for example, to follow the development of a genre), or in the order in which they appear, which is chronological. For anyone interested in the story of English in India, or in the finest English storytellers of India, this is the essential book." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 11000135

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L.V. Gangawane,V.C. Khilare

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ISBN 10: 8170354749 ISBN 13: 9788170354741

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Now a days maintaining the health environment on the surface of the earth has been essential. The scientist has evaluated various methods and now it has been possible to manage the environmental pollution. In this context the present volume includes the recent technologies for the management of environment in different directions.;The volume Sustainable Environmental Management consists of 30 review articles on different aspects of environmental studies by well-known international scientists, which also provide guidelines to pathologists, microbiologists, biotechnologists, and other scientists for sustinable environment on this globe. This volume is published in the honour of Dr. Jayashree Deshpande who has continuously worked for the management of environment.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Eco-freindly Alternatives to Pesticides in Management of Soil and Tuber Borne Diseases of Potato in Organic Farming by R K Arora and Jyotsana Sharma; Chapter 2: Cellulosic Ethanol: Fuel for the Future? by M M V Baig and S S Wadje; Chapter 3: Soft Rot of Garlic Caused by Geotrichum candium L Pathogenesis: Biochemical Changes and Control by B Bhadraiah and P Rama Rao; Chapter 4: Role of Air-borne Fungi in the Biodeterioration of Buddhist Paintings in Ajanta Caves by Brahmanand Deshpande and L V Gangawane; Chapter 5: Environmental Protection: A Case Study on the Highly Polluted Major Lakes of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by S V A Chandrasekhar; Chapter 6: Some Facts Regarding the Mangroves of Maharashtra by N S Chavan, M V Gokhale and A B Telave; Chapter 7: Emperical Relations for Eco-Labeling of Agricultural Farms by V A S Daniel and S B Wagh; Chapter 8: Impact of Distillery Effluents on Water and Soil Quality by Jayashree Deshpande and V S Lomte; Chapter 9: Environmental Issues: Herbal Pharamaceutical Industries by D M Dharmadhikari and A P Vanerkar; Chapter 10: Rhizosphere and Rhizoplane Mycoflora Under the Influence of Deprotenized Leaf Jice of Lucerne by D A Doiphode and A M Mungikar; Chapter 11: Role of Nitrogen Fixing Microorganism in Bioremediation of Salt Affected Soils by L V Gangawane; Chapter 12: Sewage Irrigation and Soil Microorganism by P N Jadhav and L V Gangawane; Chapter 13: Biodegradation of Legnin Sub-structure Model Compounds by Penicillium S R Joshi and S A Dutta; Chapter 14: Some Considerations on Genetically Modified Organisms and Aquatic Biodiversity by G D Khedkar and A S Ninawe; Chapter 15: Environmental Impacts on Fish Germplasm by G D Khedkar; Chapter 16: Municipal Solid and Hazardous Waste Management: A Review by V C Khilare and L V Gangawane; Chapter 17: Pesticide Threat and Biotechnological Remedies by G K Kulkarni; Chapter 18: Importance of VAM Fungal Diversity on Forest Tree Species in a Deciduous Forest by H C Lakshman; Chapter 19: Distribution, Density and Diversity of Primary Producers in Thane Creek Waters by V W Lande and J P Kotangale; Chapter 20: Assessment of Biomass as Energy Resource by S Mande and S B Wagh; Chapter 21: Mitosporic Fungi and their Importance by C Manoharachary and B Bhadraiah; Chapter 22: Environment and its Global Issues by B N Pande; Chapter 23: Nutrient Reduction through Utilization of Bio-indicators: A Case Study of a Tropical Lake by S Pani, A Dubey and S M Misra; Chapter 24: Biocontrol Potential of Trichoderms: A Review by S S Patale and D S Mukadam; Chapter 25: Oceanography as Environment by S K Patel; Chapter 26: Ecological Studies of Leaf Litter Fungi of Citrus aurantium by Ch Ramesh and K C Raju; Chapter 27: Environmental Protection in Relationk to Vipassana Meditation by J S Sarkar; Chapter 28: Urbanization: A Worlwide Problem by Nilima Wahegaonkar; Chapter 29: Transition from Hydrocarbon to Hydrogen: Global Initiatives to Harness Green Energy by A Yogamoorrthi; Chapter 30: Biotechnoloy in Environment Management by S R Wate and S Bodkhe. Printed Pages: 296. Seller Inventory # 57226

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T V Ramachandra

Published by Capital Pub Com, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8185589690 ISBN 13: 9788185589695

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About this Item: Capital Pub Com, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Editors Note. 1. Environment education for ecosystem conservation/T.V. Ramachandra. 2. Ecosystem of lake Tanganyika/Jaya Naithani Pierre Denis Plisnier and Eric Deleersnijder. 3. Nitrogen and carbon flows through Bellandur lake role of Bellandur lake as a natural wetland treating Bangalore wastewater/H.N. Chanakya B. Karthick and T.V. Ramachandra. 4. Influence of land use changes in river basins on diversity and distribution of amphibians/K.V. Gururaja Sameer Ali and T.V. Ramachandra. 5. Stakeholder analysis for conservation and management of Samaspur Bird Sanctuary Uttar Pradesh/Chinmay Korgaonkar and Yogesh Gokhale. 6. Solid waste eco literacy around a lake/J. Sadhana. 7. Water literacy campaign around a lake/J. Spandana. 8. E waste and environmental degradation/S. Suraj. 9. Faunal assemblages in Myristica swamps of Central Western Ghats Karnataka India/Sameer Ali M.D. Subash Chandran and T.V. Ramachandra. 10. Waste management a new paradigm/John Jacob Puthur. 11. Water bird diversity at the tanks of North Bangalore/Harish Bhat P. Manjunath and Pramod Subbarao. 12. Study on the effect of some selected heavy metals on the primary production in freshwater ponds at Tiruvannamalai Tamil Nadu/S. Sampath Kumar P. Hariprasad and N. Ramakrishnan. 13. Emerging phytotechnologies for remediation of heavy metal contaminated/polluted soil and water/M.N.V. Prasad. 14. Wetland flora of Uttara Kannada/G.R. Rao Divaker K. Mesta M.D. Subash Chandran and T.V. Ramachandra. 15. Natural resources monitoring and management evolving local indicators as effectives tools of participatory monitoring and management/Sujith Sandur and N.H. Ravindranath. 16. Protection conservation eco restoration and management of tanks/lakes as wetland habitats/B.K. Chakrapani. 17. Environmental education in school curriculum an overall perspectives/G.V. Gopal and V.V. Anand. 18. Biodiversity and sustainable management of lakes with special reference to the lakes of Mysore/Mathew Thomas and A.G. Devi Prasad. 19. Role of teacher educators in environment education/M.A. Khan. Lake 2006 recommendations. Index. Conservation of natural resources through sustainable ecosystem management and development is the key to our secured future. The management of ecosystem involves inventory and monitoring and applying integrated technologies methodologies interdisciplinary approaches for its conservation. Hence now it is even more critical than ever before for mankind to be environmentally literate. To realize this vision both ecological and environmental education must become a fundamental part of the system at all levels of education. Environmental education focusing on real world contexts and issues often begins close to home encouraging learners to forge connections with and understand their immediate surroundings. The awareness knowledge and skill needed for these local connections and understandings provide a base for moving out into larger systems broader issues and a more sophisticated comprehension of causes connections and consequences. Thus environmental education will certainly help us to recognise the importance of investigating the environment within the context of human influences incorporating an examination of economics culture political structure and social equity as well as natural processes and systems. The ultimate goal of environmental education is to develop an environmentally literate public. It needs to address the connection between our conception and practice of education and our relationship as human cultures to life sustaining ecological systems. For each environmental issue there are many perspectives and much uncertainty. Environmental education cultivates the ability to recognise uncertainty envision alternative scenarios and adapt to changing conditions and information. This knowledge skill and mindset translate into a citizenry who is better equipped to address its common problems and take advantage of opportunities whether environmental conce. Seller Inventory # 68744

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GOKHALE, V.G. & MODI, K.B.

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About this Item: Government Central Press., Bombay., 1931. Map, 28pp, appendices, an ex-library copy with the usual stamps and annotations, vertical crease mark throughout where report has been folded, stapled wrappers patchily browned. Department of Agriculture, Bombay. Bulletin No. 167 of 1931. Seller Inventory # 57143

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G.R. Madan

Published by Radha Pub (2004)

ISBN 10: 8174873066 ISBN 13: 9788174873064

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About this Item: Radha Pub, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Ancient economic thought: 1. Ancient economic thinking. II. Medieval economic thought: 2. Medieval economic thinkers. III. Earlier modern economic thinkers: 3. Dadabhai Naoroji. 4. Mahadev Govind Ranade. 5. Dinshaw Edulji Wacha. 6. Romesh Chandra Dutt. 7. Gopal Krishan Gokhale. 8. N.M. Joshi. 9. Pramathanath Banerjee. IV. Schools among modern thinkers: 10. Vaman Govind Kale. 11. Brij Narain. 12. M.K. Gandhi. 13. J.K. Mehta. 14. K.T. Shah. 15. R.K. Mukerjee. 16. Contemporary thinkers. V. Collective economic thinking: 17. Governmental thinking. 18. Congress Party thinking. 19. Socialist thinking. 20. Leftist thinking. 21. Conservative to liberal thinking. 22. Conclusions. Appendix. Index - names. Index - subject-wise. "This book deals with the ideas of economic thinkers of India since ancient times. As there was not much material available in this field when the work has started the original works of many authors had to be consulted. "The book is divided into five parts. Part I deals with ancient economic thinkers, and the two most important thinkers of that period are Kautilya and Sukra. Part II deals with medieval economic thinkers among whom are included Ala-ud-din Khilji, Mohammad Tughlaq, Ferozshah, Shershah and Akbar. Part III is devoted to earlier modern economic thinkers, and among these are included the ideas of Dadabhai Naoroji, M.G. Ranade, D. Wacha, R.C. Dutt, G.K. Gokhale, N.M. Joshi and P.N. Banerjea. Part IV deals with recent economic thinkers. From a large number of thinkers of this period the ideas of six economists belonging to these different schools are discussed in detail. They are V.G. Kale, Brij Narain, M.K. Gandhi, J.K. Mehta, K.T. Shah and R.K. Mukerjee. Part V is concerned with collective economic thinking, i.e. the thinking of various political parties including governmental thinking. "The author concludes that although most of the political parties and individual economists advocate for planned economic development, few look into the difficulties of implementation of plans in a democratic set up, which require serious thinking from a different perspective." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 50095

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H.F. Rushbrook Williams

Published by Bharatiya Kala Prakashan (2007)

ISBN 10: 8180901394 ISBN 13: 9788180901393

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book is an attempt to tell the story of some of the greatest of the men who have made and are making Indian history. In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, India herself tended to forget her great and splendid past. The legacies of her cultures, her art, her literature, the records of her history were neglected. But during the last fifty years India`s national spirit has revived, and with that revival has arisen a new generation of India leaders. The subjects of this book are divided into eight sections according to the varied manifestations of their genius. Yet they might well be divided into two parts only, for any classification of the great men of India falls naturally into two main groups. There are the men who made the India of the past with its rich culture, its deep philosophical wisdom, and its stirring examples of courage and chivalry. There are the men of to-day who, turning again for guidance to the history of their land, are taking the best from the past, and making of it a foundation on which to build an even greater India of the future. CONTENTS: I. RULERS AND GREAT LEADERS : 1. Chandragupta Maurya/Radha Kumud Mookerji 2. The Imperial Guptas/Robert Bryan 3. Harsha/Charles Kincaid 4. Dutugemunu/Denis Clark 5. Parakrama Bahu/F.A. Beaumont 6. Babur/H.G. Rawlinson 7. Rana Pratap Singh/Ishwari Prasad 8. Sher Shah/Charles Kincaid 9. Akbar/Robert Bryan 10. Jahangir/H.G. Rawlinson 11. Shahjahan/B.P. Saksena 12. Aurangzeb/Elizabeth D`Oyley 13. Shivaji Bhosle/Charles Kincaid 14. Haidar Ali/Charles Kincaid 15. Tippu Sultan/H.H. Dodwell 16. Ranjit Singh/H.G. Rawlinson 17. The Ruler of Bikaner/Sardar K.M. Panikkar II. STATESMEN AND POLITICIANS : 18. Pandit M.M. Malaviya/C.F. Andrews 19. B.G. Tilak/Robert Bryan 20. Sir Surendranath Banerjea/Verney Lovett 21. C.R. Das/J.C. Ghosh 22. G.K. Gokhale/Charles Kincaid 23. The Rt. Hon. V. Srinivasi Sastri/C.F. Andrews 24. Sir Pherozeshah Mehta/Naoroji Dumasia 25. M.K. Gandhi/H.S.L. and M.G. Polak 26. Pundit Motilal Nehru/C.F. Andrews 27. Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru/C.F. Andrews 28. Sir Fazl-I-Husain/George Anderson 29. M.A. Jinnah/Usman Ahmad Anson 30. The Rt. Hon. Sir Akbar Hydari, P.C./Robert Bryan 31. Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru/C.F. Andrews 32. H.H. The Aga Khan/Naoroji Dumasia III. REFORMERS AND RELIGIOUS TEACHERS : 33. Gautama Buddha/Charles Kincaid 34. Vardhamana Mahavira/Rhys David 35. Asoka/David Bury 36. Sankaracharya/His Holiness Jagadguru Shri Shankaracharya of Puri 37. Ramanuja/Rao Bahadur V. RANGASWAMI AIYANGAR : 38. Govind Singh/Sardar K.M. Panikkar 39. Raja Rammohan Roy/P.K. Sen 40. Swami Vivekananda/Nicol MacNicol IV. AUTHORS AND POETS : 41. Kalidasa/Denis Clark 42. Kabir/H.P. Shastri 43. Tul`si Das/Kissane Keane 44. Bankimchandra Chatterjee/M.M. Bhattacharjee 45. Romesh Chunder Dutt/Atul Chandra Chatterjee 46. Sir Muhammad Iqbal/Abdul Qadir 47. Sir Rabindranath Tagore/K.S. Shelvankar V. SCIENTISTS : 48. Sir J.C. Bose/J.C. Ghosh 49. Sir C.V. Raman/J.C. Ghosh 50. Sir P.C. Ray/J.C. Ghosh VI. Educationists : 51. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan/Abdul Qadir 52. Sir Asutosh Mookerjee/S.P. Mookerjee VII. JUDGES : 53. Sir Shah Muhammad Sulaiman/M.B. Ahmad VIII. INDUSTRIAL PIONEERS : 54. Sir J.N. Tata/Stanley Reed Printed Pages: 640. Seller Inventory # 5002

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S Y Wakankar

Published by Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8180901084 ISBN 13: 9788180901089

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Editorial. I. Reminiscences 1. Prof. V.M. Kulkarni as I found him/Rewa Prasad Dwivedi. 4. V.M. Kulkarni some happy associations/N.B. Patil. 5. My highly respected Guru/Mrudula P. Joshi. II. Indology 1. Professor V.M. Kulkarni's contribution to indology/S.G. Moghe. 2. Reviews i. Studies in Sanskrit Sahitya Sastra/V.M. Kulkarni. ii. Studies in Sanskrit Sahitya Sastra/V.M. Kulkarni. iii. Prakrit verses in Sanskrit works on poetics/V.M. Kulkarni. iv. Outline of Abhinavagupta's aesthetics/V.M. Kulkarni. III. Vedic literature 1. Prerequisites for proper vedic interpretation/N.M. Kansara. 2. Rgveda X.85.40 a study/Manjusha D. Gokhale. IV. Classical Sanskrit literature 1. Environmental awareness in the Ramayana/M.D. Paradkar. 2. Canonisation of Rama Katha as apotheosized in the character of Sita/Vijay Pandya. 3. Dutaghatotkaca a fresh assessment/N.P. Unni. 5. The deep significance enlivening the structure of Magha's Sisupalavadha/Nitin R. Desai. 6. Two Kurma satakas attributed to King Bhojadeva/Devangana Desai. 7. Aham Brahma/M.M. Rewa Prasad Dwivedi. V. Poetics 2. Salient features of Vamana's Kavipriya on his own Kavyalankarasutrani/W.K. Lele. 3. Contribution of Hemacandra with special reference to some art forms discussed in the Kavyanusasana (KS)/Tapasvi S. Nandi. 4. Rasa and its infinite types a modern perspective/R.S. Betai. 5. The concept of Alaukika in the Rasa theory/S.S. Antarkar. 6. On transcending meaning and metaphor/Shubhada Joshi. 7. The notion of time and it's application in poetics a few observation/Uma Vaidya. 8. Bhoja's theory of Aham Srngara synthesis/Rajendra I. Nanavati. VI. Philosophy and religion 1. Khyati vada in pratyabhijnadarsana/G.V. Tagare. 2. Concept of Ananda in Kevaladvaita Vedanta/Esther A. Solomon. 3. A brief account of Sri Adi Sankara's life and his principal disciples/W.R. Antarkar. 4. Yoga in wider world/Krishna S. Arjunwadkar. 5. The Hindu approach to other religions/Leela Arjunwadkar. 6. Sautrantika Buddhist theory of word meaning/Nagin J. Shah. 7. The theft of lotus stalks/Sindhu S. Dange. 8. A Glimpse into human rights in ancient India/Alka Bakre. VII. Grammar and linguistics 1. Relative valuation of the concepts of Sraddha and Medha with the Grammarian Patanjali/S.D. Laddu. 2. On language/N.B. Patil. VIII. Prakrit and Jainism 1. Somaprabha acarya and his contribution/M.L. Wadeker. 2. Upakatha s in Karakanducariu a critical study/Gauri Mahulikar. 3. The Suandhadahamikaha a pentalingual legendary story/Siddharth Yeshwant Wakankar. (Five Articles are in Hindi). Prof Dr. Vaman Mahadev Kulkarni is a well known scholar teacher and researcher in the field of Sanskrit and Prakrit studies especially poetics Jainism and manuscript studies. This publicity shy gentleman scholar contributed his mite to the research fields from various angles. A felicitation volume in his honour was a long felt desideratum in view of his solid and outstanding contributions distinguishing him from other scholars in ways more than one. The special feature of this volume is that it contains learned research papers contributed by his colleagues friends students and well wishers and embracing diverse spheres from Vedic literature classical Sanskrit literature poetics philosophy and religion grammer and linguistics and prakrit and Jainism. All the contributors are established scholars/researchers in their own fields and are connected in some way or the other with Prof. Kulkarni. 332 pp. Seller Inventory # 61188

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L V Gangawane and V C Khilare

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/C.D. Mayee. Foreword/C. Manoharachary. Preface. A biographical sketch of Jayashree Deshpande. 1. Eco friendly alternatives to pesticides in management of soil and tuber borne diseases of potato in organic farming/R.K. Arora and Jyotsana Sharma. 2. Cellulosic ethanol fuel for the future/M.M.V. Baig and S.S. Wadje. 3. Soft rot of garlic caused by Geotrichum candium L. Pathogenesis biochemical changes and control/B. Bhadraiah and P. Rama Rao. 4. Role of air borne fungi in the biodeterioration of Buddhist paintings in Ajanta caves/Brahmanand Deshpande and L.V. Gangawane. 5. Environmental protection a case study on the highly polluted major lakes of Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh/S.V.A. Chandrasekhar. 6. Some facts regarding the mangroves of Maharashtra/N.S. Chavan M.V. Gokhale and A.B. Telave. 7. Emperical relations for eco labeling of agricultural farms/V.A.S. Daniel and S.B. Wagh. 8. Impact of distillery effluents on water and soil quality/Jayashree Deshpande and V.S. Lomte. 9. Environmental issues herbal pharmaceutical industries/D.M. Dharmadhikari and A.P. Vanerkar. 10. Rhizosphere and Rhizoplane Mycoflora under the influence of deproteinized leaf juice of Lucerne/D.A. Doiphode and A.M. Mungikar. 11. Role of nitrogen fixing microorganism in bioremediation of salt affected soils/L.V. Gangawane. 12. Sewage irrigation and soil microorganisms/P.N. Jadhav and L.V. Gangawane. 13. Biodegradation of Lignin sub structure model compounds by Penicillium/S.R. Joshi and S.A. Dutta. 14. Some considerations on genetically modified organisms and aquatic biodiversity/G.D. Khedkar and A.S. Ninawe. 15. Environmental impacts on fish germplasm/G.D. Khedkar. 16. Municipal solid and hazardous waste management a review/V.C. Khilare and L.V. Gangawane. 17. Pesticide threat and biotechnological remedies/G.K. Kulkarni. 18. Importance of VAM Fungal Diversity on forest tree species in a deciduous forest/H.C. Lakshman. 19. Distribution density and diversity of primary producers in Thane Creek Waters/V.W. Lande and J.P. Kotangale. 20. Assessment of biomass as energy resource/S. Mande and S.B. Wagh. 21. Mitosporic fungi and their importance/C. Manoharachary and B. Bhadraiah. 22. Environment and its global issues/B.N. Pande. 23. Nutrient reduction though utilization of bio indicators a case study of a tropical lake/S. Pani A. Dubey and S.M. Misra. 24. Biocontrol potential of Trichoderma a review/S.S. Patale and D.S. Mukadam. 25. Oceanography as environment/S.K. Patel. 26. Ecological studies of leaf litter fungi of Citrus aurantium/Ch Ramesh and K.C. Raju. 27. Environmental protection in relation to Vipassana Meditation/J.S. Sardar. 28. Urbanization a worldwide problem/Nilima Wahegaonkar. 29. Transition from hydrocarbon to hydrogen global initiatives to harness green energy/A. Yogamoorrthi. 30. Biotechnology in environment management/S.R. Wate and S. Bodkhe. Index. Now a days maintaining the healthy environment on the surface of the earth has been essential. The scientist has evaluated various methods and now it has been possible to manage the environmental pollution. In this context the present volume includes the recent technologies for the management of environment in different directions. The volume Sustainable Environmental Management consists of 30 review articles on different aspects of environmental studies by well known international scientists which also provide guidelines to pathologists microbiologists biotechnologists and other scientists for sustainable environment on this globe. 278 pp. Seller Inventory # 63444

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Vibha Surana

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About this Item: Königshausen & Neumann Jun 2017, 2017. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - V. Surana / M. Bhoot: so that the crackle continues. Introduction - M. Wälde: I remember - M. Kämpchen: Günter Grass - Thirty Years of Engagement with India. My Reminiscences - S. Dasgupta: From Outspoken Disgust to Warmest Love. Kolkata in Grass's Psyche - R. Singh: Dialectics of Self and the Other. Grass' Poems What Must Be Said and Europe's Disgrace - J. M. George: Günter Grass and the Delicate Episteme of Literature - C. Mueller-Greene: Günter Grass's The Tin Drum and Salman Rushdie's Midnight's . Children. Tradition of the Picaresque Novel - S. S. Kumari: Textual Analysis of Günter Grass' Dog Years. Reflections on Human Sufferings from a Hindu/Buddhist. Perspective - C. Kumar: The Meeting at Telgte. A fictive History of Literature or a Tribute - J. Sabharwal: Günter Grass's Show Your Tongue: City Spaces and Cross-Genre - P. Talgeri: A Voyeuristic Look at Slums and Burning Corpse - P. Talgeri: Can Shylock be Wicked in Germany - P. Talgeri / S. Dasgupta / K. Nagarkar / V. Khare / A. V.K. Findeis: Writing the Other: Günter Grass and India. Panel Discussion - A. Bhatti / A. Gokhale / S. Mahajan / S. Majumdar / N. K. Narayanan / V. Surana: What Remains. Panel Discussion - H. Koop-mann: Zwischen Steinzeit und Gegenwart oder Die Gleichzeitigkeit des Ungleichzeitigen. Zu den Zeitstrukturen in Günter Grass' Der Butt - S. Acharya: Reflexionen zu Günter Grass' autobiographischen Schriften. Eine Stimme der 'Vergegenkunft' - M. Durzak: Günter Grass: Der Schriftsteller und das Dritte Reich - S. Mahajan: Was machen die Gedichte hier Zur 'Liebeserkläung' von Günter Grass - V. Ganeshan: Günter Grass und Indien - H. Agrawal: Der kritische Imperativ in Grass' Indientexten - A. V.K. Findeis: Zunge zeigen: Kali Rezeption von Günter Grass - G. Damale: ''Zeig mal, ob deine Zunge belegt ist!'' Das Protokoll einer feuilletonistischen Fragestunde - S. Mahajan / V. Mahajan: Übersetzung ist ein Wagnis. Ein Gespräch mit Günter Grass in Pune - S. Pathak: Was gesagt werden muss, muss gesagt werden 318 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783826062735

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K V G K Gokhale

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About this Item: BS Pub, Hyderabad, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Minerals and rocks. 2. Engineering properties and classification of Rock masses. 3. Weathering and soil formation. 4. Geomorphic processes and landforms. 5. Clustal deformation and geological structures. 6. Site investigations and ground improvement. 7. Hydrogeology. 8. Engineering geology in dam construction. 9. Engineering geology in tunneling practice. 10. Geological hazards. 11. Environmental geology. Annexures. Index. References. In Civil Engineering practice engineering geology plays a vital role. For an efficient and appropriate judgement in the analysis and execution of any project it is extremely essential not only to have a basic understanding of the geological processes and products at the site to select the best site based on an integrated site evaluation approach but also for the ground reinforcement at the site to withstand the constructions whether it be dam tunnel transportation routes in problematic regions or the shore protection structures. Further in the area of water resources engineering watershed management and groundwater development are primarily based on the site geology and aquifer evaluation. Thus engineering geology is an interface area of Civil Engineering and Geology. It has gained acceptability world over as a branch of civil engineering. Keeping this in mind the present book is designed by the author based on his vast experience spanning about four decades as a basic first course in particular to the students of civil engineering. The contents of the book are dealt under eleven chapters. The first four chapters deal with the geological processes and products with an emphasis on civil engineering needs. The next seven chapters deal with geological considerations in site evaluation ground improvement effect of geological features on the choice and construction methodology groundwater hydrogeology prevention or protection from geological hazards and role of geology in the environmental problems. At every stage in the book enough examples are cited to enable a good comprehension of the subject by the reader. In addition material useful for the reader but does not find a place in the main text is provided in annexures 1 and 2. Annexure 3 contains review questions on each chapter useful for self evaluation of the students understanding. 268 pp. Seller Inventory # 75209

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Vibha Surana

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About this Item: Königshausen & Neumann Jun 2017, 2017. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - V. Surana / M. Bhoot: so that the crackle continues. Introduction - M. Wälde: I remember - M. Kämpchen: Günter Grass - Thirty Years of Engagement with India. My Reminiscences - S. Dasgupta: From Outspoken Disgust to Warmest Love. Kolkata in Grass's Psyche - R. Singh: Dialectics of Self and the Other. Grass' Poems What Must Be Said and Europe's Disgrace - J. M. George: Günter Grass and the Delicate Episteme of Literature - C. Mueller-Greene: Günter Grass's The Tin Drum and Salman Rushdie's Midnight's . Children. Tradition of the Picaresque Novel - S. S. Kumari: Textual Analysis of Günter Grass' Dog Years. Reflections on Human Sufferings from a Hindu/Buddhist. Perspective - C. Kumar: The Meeting at Telgte. A fictive History of Literature or a Tribute - J. Sabharwal: Günter Grass's Show Your Tongue: City Spaces and Cross-Genre - P. Talgeri: A Voyeuristic Look at Slums and Burning Corpse - P. Talgeri: Can Shylock be Wicked in Germany - P. Talgeri / S. Dasgupta / K. Nagarkar / V. Khare / A. V.K. Findeis: Writing the Other: Günter Grass and India. Panel Discussion - A. Bhatti / A. Gokhale / S. Mahajan / S. Majumdar / N. K. Narayanan / V. Surana: What Remains. Panel Discussion - H. Koop-mann: Zwischen Steinzeit und Gegenwart oder Die Gleichzeitigkeit des Ungleichzeitigen. Zu den Zeitstrukturen in Günter Grass' Der Butt - S. Acharya: Reflexionen zu Günter Grass' autobiographischen Schriften. Eine Stimme der 'Vergegenkunft' - M. Durzak: Günter Grass: Der Schriftsteller und das Dritte Reich - S. Mahajan: Was machen die Gedichte hier Zur 'Liebeserkläung' von Günter Grass - V. Ganeshan: Günter Grass und Indien - H. Agrawal: Der kritische Imperativ in Grass' Indientexten - A. V.K. Findeis: Zunge zeigen: Kali Rezeption von Günter Grass - G. Damale: ''Zeig mal, ob deine Zunge belegt ist!'' Das Protokoll einer feuilletonistischen Fragestunde - S. Mahajan / V. Mahajan: Übersetzung ist ein Wagnis. Ein Gespräch mit Günter Grass in Pune - S. Pathak: Was gesagt werden muss, muss gesagt werden 318 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783826062735

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Vibha Surana

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About this Item: Königshausen & Neumann Jun 2017, 2017. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - V. Surana / M. Bhoot: so that the crackle continues. Introduction - M. Wälde: I remember - M. Kämpchen: Günter Grass - Thirty Years of Engagement with India. My Reminiscences - S. Dasgupta: From Outspoken Disgust to Warmest Love. Kolkata in Grass's Psyche - R. Singh: Dialectics of Self and the Other. Grass' Poems What Must Be Said and Europe's Disgrace - J. M. George: Günter Grass and the Delicate Episteme of Literature - C. Mueller-Greene: Günter Grass's The Tin Drum and Salman Rushdie's Midnight's . Children. Tradition of the Picaresque Novel - S. S. Kumari: Textual Analysis of Günter Grass' Dog Years. Reflections on Human Sufferings from a Hindu/Buddhist. Perspective - C. Kumar: The Meeting at Telgte. A fictive History of Literature or a Tribute - J. Sabharwal: Günter Grass's Show Your Tongue: City Spaces and Cross-Genre - P. Talgeri: A Voyeuristic Look at Slums and Burning Corpse - P. Talgeri: Can Shylock be Wicked in Germany - P. Talgeri / S. Dasgupta / K. Nagarkar / V. Khare / A. V.K. Findeis: Writing the Other: Günter Grass and India. Panel Discussion - A. Bhatti / A. Gokhale / S. Mahajan / S. Majumdar / N. K. Narayanan / V. Surana: What Remains. Panel Discussion - H. Koop-mann: Zwischen Steinzeit und Gegenwart oder Die Gleichzeitigkeit des Ungleichzeitigen. Zu den Zeitstrukturen in Günter Grass' Der Butt - S. Acharya: Reflexionen zu Günter Grass' autobiographischen Schriften. Eine Stimme der 'Vergegenkunft' - M. Durzak: Günter Grass: Der Schriftsteller und das Dritte Reich - S. Mahajan: Was machen die Gedichte hier Zur 'Liebeserkläung' von Günter Grass - V. Ganeshan: Günter Grass und Indien - H. Agrawal: Der kritische Imperativ in Grass' Indientexten - A. V.K. Findeis: Zunge zeigen: Kali Rezeption von Günter Grass - G. Damale: ''Zeig mal, ob deine Zunge belegt ist!'' Das Protokoll einer feuilletonistischen Fragestunde - S. Mahajan / V. Mahajan: Übersetzung ist ein Wagnis. Ein Gespräch mit Günter Grass in Pune - S. Pathak: Was gesagt werden muss, muss gesagt werden 318 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783826062735

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L F Rushbrook Williams

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction/L.F. Rushbrook Williams. I. Rulers and great leaders 1. Chandragupta Maurya/Radha Kumud Mookerji. 2. The Imperial Guptas/Robert Bryan. 3. Harsha/Charles Kincaid. 4. Dutugemunu/Denis Clark. 5. Parakrama Bahu/F.A. Beaumont. 6. Babur/H.G. Rawlinson. 7. Rana Pratap Singh/Ishwari Prasad. 8. Sher Shah/Charles Kincaid. 9. Akbar/Robert Bryan. 10. Jahangir/H.G. Rawlinson. 11. Shahjahan/B.P. Saksena. 12. Aurangzeb/Elizabeth D'Oyley. 13. Shivaji Bhosle/Charles Kincaid. 14. Haidar Ali/Charles Kincaid. 15. Tippu Sultan/H.H. Dodwell. 16. Ranjit Singh/H.G. Rawlinson. 17. The Ruler of Bikaner/Sardar K.M. Panikkar. II. Statesmen and politicians 18. Pandit M.M. Malaviya/C.F. Andrews. 19. B.G. Tilak/Robert Bryan. 20. Sir Surendranath Banerjea/Verney Lovett. 21. C.R. Das/J.C. Ghosh. 22. G.K. Gokhale/Charles Kincaid. 23. The Rt. Hon. V. Srinivasi Sastri/C.F. Andrews. 24. Sir Pherozeshah Mehta/Naoroji Dumasia. 25. M.K. Gandhi/H.S.L. and M.G. Polak. 26. Pundit Motilal Nehru/C.F. Andrews. 27. Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru/C.F. Andrews. 28. Sir Fazl I Husain/George Anderson. 29. M.A. Jinnah/Usman Ahmad Anson. 30. The Rt. Hon. Sir Akbar Hydari P.C./Robert Bryan. 31. Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru/C.F. Andrews. 32. H.H. The Aga Khan/Naoroji Dumasia. III. Reformers and religious teachers 33. Gautama Buddha/Charles Kincaid. 34. Vardhamana Mahavira/Rhys David. 35. Asoka/David Bury. 36. Sankaracharya/His Holiness Jagadguru Shri Shankaracharya of Puri. 37. Ramanuja/Rao Bahadur V. Rangaswami Aiyangar. 38. Govind Singh/Sardar K.M. Panikkar. 39. Raja Rammohan Roy/P.K. Sen. 40. Swami Vivekananda/Nicol MacNicol. IV. Authors and poets 41. Kalidasa/Denis Clark. 42. Kabir/H.P. Shastri. 43. Tul'si Das/Kissane Keane. 44. Bankimchandra Chatterjee/M.M. Bhattacharjee. 45. Romesh Chunder Dutt/Atul Chandra Chatterjee. 46. Sir Muhammad Iqbal/Abdul Qadir. 47. Sir Rabindranath Tagore/K.S. Shelvankar. V. Scientists 48. Sir J.C. Bose/J.C. Ghosh. 49. Sir C.V. Raman/J.C. Ghosh. 50. Sir P.C. Ray/J.C. Ghosh. VI. Educationists 51. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan/Abdul Qadir. 52. Sir Asutosh Mookerjee/S.P. Mookerjee. VII. Judges 53. Sir Shah Muhammad Sulaiman/M.B. Ahmad. VIII. Industrial pioneers 54. Sir J.N. Tata/Stanley Reed. This book is an attempt to tell the story of some of the greatest of the men who have made and are making Indian history. In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries India herself tended to forget her great and splendid past. The legacies of her cultures her art her literature the records of her history were neglected. But during the last fifty years India's national spirit has revived and with that revival has arisen a new generation of India leaders. The subjects of this book are divided into eight sections according to the varied manifestations of their genius. Yet they might well be divided into two parts only for any classification of the great men of India falls naturally into two main groups. There are the men who made the India of the past with its rich culture its deep philosophical wisdom and its stirring examples of courage and chivalry. There are the men of to day who turning again for guidance to the history of their land are taking the best from the past and making of it a foundation on which to build an even greater India of the future. 640 pp. Seller Inventory # 63802

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About this Item: Königshausen Neumann, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. V. Surana / M. Bhoot: so that the crackle continues. Introduction - M. Wälde: I remember - M. Kämpchen: Günter Grass - Thirty Years of Engagement with India. My Reminiscences - S. Dasgupta: From Outspoken Disgust to Warmest Love. Kolkata in Grass s Psyche - R. Singh: Dialectics of Self and the Other. Grass Poems What Must Be Said and Europe s Disgrace - J. M. George: Günter Grass and the Delicate Episteme of Literature - C. Mueller-Greene: Günter Grass s The Tin Drum and Salman Rushdie s Midnight s . Children. Tradition of the Picaresque Novel - S. S. Kumari: Textual Analysis of Günter Grass Dog Years. Reflections on Human Sufferings from a Hindu/Buddhist. Perspective - C. Kumar: The Meeting at Telgte. A fictive History of Literature or a Tribute? - J. Sabharwal: Günter Grass s Show Your Tongue: City Spaces and Cross-Genre - P. Talgeri: A Voyeuristic Look at Slums and Burning Corpse - P. Talgeri: Can Shylock be Wicked in Germany? - P. Talgeri / S. Dasgupta / K. Nagarkar / V. Khare / A. V.K. Findeis: Writing the Other: Günter Grass and India. Panel Discussion - A. Bhatti / A. Gokhale / S. Mahajan / S. Majumdar / N. K. Narayanan / V. Surana: What Remains. Panel Discussion - H. Koop-mann: Zwischen Steinzeit und Gegenwart oder Die Gleichzeitigkeit des Ungleichzeitigen. Zu den Zeitstrukturen in Günter Grass Der Butt - S. Acharya: Reflexionen zu Günter Grass autobiographischen Schriften. Eine Stimme der Vergegenkunft - M. Durzak: Günter Grass: Der Schriftsteller und das Dritte Reich - S. Mahajan: Was machen die Gedichte hier? Zur Liebeserkläung von Günter Grass - V. Ganeshan: Günter Grass und Indien - H. Agrawal: Der kritische Imperativ in Grass Indientexten - A. V.K. Findeis: Zunge zeigen: Kali Rezeption von Günter Grass - G. Damale: Zeig mal, ob deine Zunge belegt ist! Das Protokoll einer feuilletonistischen Fragestunde - S. Mahajan / V. Mahajan: Übersetzung ist ein Wagnis. Ein Gespräch mit Günter Grass in Pune - S. Pathak: Was gesagt werden muss, muss gesagt werden. Seller Inventory # LIB9783826062735

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About this Item: 1958, 1958. Condition: New. ARTICLES 1. Coin Data in the Mahabharata by V.S. Agrawala 2. Administrative System in Early Kasmira by Sunil Chandra Ray 3. Power in Ancient India : I Chronology and Enomomics by Ronald M. Smith 4. Samudragupta's Expendition against Persia ( 356-362 A.D ) by S. V. Sohoni 5. References to Tobacco in some Sanskrit Works Berween A.D. 1600 and 1900 by P. K. Gode 6. Studies in Samkhya : The Teachings of Pancasikha in the Mahabharata by V. M. Bedekar 7. Hindu Philosophical Literature known to Alberuni by R. D. Karmarkar 8. The Identity of Rudramadevakumara with Prataparudra of the Kakatiya Dynasty by C. R. Devadhar 9. Vikramorvasiya-Konesvari by H.D. Velanker 10. The Rajatarangini and the Beginning of the Kaliyuga by R.D. Karmarkar MISCELLANEA 1. The nature and Date of the Dharma-Purana by Asoka Chatterji 2. The Subhasitaratnakosa complied by Vidyakara by D.D. Kosambi and V.V. Gokhale by S.K. De 3. A Note on Silapatala by Hiralal R. Kapadia REVIEWS 1. Virasaiva Devaraya and Mallikarjuna mattu Virupaksa by B.V. Shrinivas Rao, 2. Jaina Psychology : by Mohanlal Mehta, 3. History of Jaina Monachism : by Shantaram Bhalchandra Deo, 4. Khara-tara-Brhadgurvavali : by Jinavijaya Muni, 5. Sabda-Vihara : by Prof. D.L. Narasimhachar, 6. A Middle Indo-Aryan Reader : by Suniti Kumar Chatterji and Sukumar Sen, 7. Sukumara-Caritam of Santinatha Kavi, by T.S. Shamrao and D. L. Narasimhachar, reviewed by A.N. Upadhye 8. Rsiyonke Vijnanki Sresthata ( hindi ) : by K.A. Patvardhan, reviewed by C.G. Kashikar 9. Isopanisad-bhasya : by Indra Vidyavacaspati, reviewed by R.D. Vadekar 10. Sahityada Hinnela :by Vidwan K. Venkatarayacarya, reviewed by A.P. Karmarkar PUBLISHED BY : BHANDARKAR ORIENTAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, POONA 4. Seller Inventory # JID-119

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Anil P Joshi; Sunil K Agarwal and Rakesh Kumar

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About this Item: BSMPS, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Introduction Mountain development future vision/Anil P. Joshi and Sunil K. Agarwal. II. Cross Cutting Issues and Case Studies A. Promoting Agro Horticulture for Livelihood Security 1. Institutional challenges for mountain agricultural development with natural resource management in Uttaranchal/Narendra Kumar. 2. Technological interventions for enhancing agricultural productivity in mountain eco systems of North West Himalayas/H.S. Gupta and S. Kundu. 3. The present status gaps and possibilities of horticulture and post harvest technologies in the Himalayan States of India/Susanta K. Roy. 4. Appropriate technologies for hill farmers/Mukesh Joshi Deepa Bisht D.S. Rawat and L.M.S. Palni. 5. Sustenance of crop diversity and nutritional security/S.R. Thakur. 6. Conserving traditional food plants for nutritional and livelihood security/Padma Vasudevan Seema Mishra Jigyasa Gupta and Satyawati Sharma. 7. Farm based appropriate technologies for capacity building of mountain farmers and rural women a case study from Sikkim Himalaya/K.K. Singh A.P. Krishna L.K. Rai and Y.K. Rai. 8. HESCO's initiative in horticultural processing and value addition spread effect in Uttaranchal through a network of NGOS/Anil P. Joshi. B. Technology and Sustainable Development Emerging Issues 1. Building on traditional technologies for sustainable mountain development/K.G. Saxena K.S. Rao and R.K. Maikhuri. 2. Technology on the move in the Himalayan region from empowerment to sustainable livelihoods/Sunil K. Agarwal and Anil P. Joshi. 3. Mountain technology in Uttaranchal the possibilities/P.C. Joshi. 4. Sustainable development of mountainous regions for innovations and technology transfer/Lal Singh. 5. Bio tourism sustainable developmental option for the mountain communities/S.D. Kashyap and K.K. Raina. C. Improving Natural Resource Management 1. Sustainable mountain agriculture and rural livelihoods through participatory watershed development lessons from Doon Valley/K.K. Raina Keith Virgo and John Roe. 2. Water resource management in the Central Himalaya a case study/R.K. Maikhuri and K.S. Rao. 3. Traditional knowledge and management of natural resources in the Aravali Hills around Khetri Block Distt. Jhunjhunu (Raj.)/P.K. Bhatnagar. D. Supporting Biodiversity Conservation and Value Addition 1. Conceptual and policy implication for biodiversity valuation in mountain areas/K.K. Raina and S.D. Kashyap. 2. Biodiversity in cold deserts of Western Himalayas issues and interventions/K.S. Kapoor. 3. Herbal wealth of Uttaranchal potential and prospects/Uppeandra Dhar. 4. Herbal medicines relevance to mountain development/N.S. Chauhan. 5. Low tech agro technologies in Hilly areas an attempt to convert R & D leads into technologies/M.K. Kaul S.K. Bakshi and G.N. Qazi. 6. Opportunities for cultivation and processing of economic plants in Uttaranchal India/D.K. Mishra. 7. Lantana whose weed anyway developing strategic directions for integrated utilization and control/Sudhender Sharma. 8. Parthenium a deadly exotic weed/Richa Joshi and Anil P. Joshi. 9. Enterprise based conservation a case study on orchid cultivation from Arunachal Pradesh Eastern Himalaya/Sudipto Chatterjee Rajeev Semwal and Pijush Kumar Dutta. E. Towards Integrated Development for Rural Transformation 1. Rural resource centres need for their establishment for enhancing livelihood opportunities and ecological health in the mountains/Lok Man S. Palni Dewan S. Rawat and Mukesh Joshi. 2. Integrated development of village Dudhai through science and technology intervention/D. Raghunandan. 3. Koti a developed village/Rakesh Kumar and R. Dobhal. F. Strengthening Animal Husbandry Activities 1. Strategies for high altitude fisheries development to generate employment/P.V. Dehadrai. 2. Livestock rearing and veterinary care with value addition in mountain and Hilly areas/S.B. Gokhale. G. Gender Sensitive Developmental Approach and Communication Needs 1. U probe blending of mountai. Seller Inventory # 59394

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Published by New Delhi Indian Council for Cultural Relations -1982 (1977)

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About this Item: New Delhi Indian Council for Cultural Relations -1982, 1977. OBr. Teilw. leicht angestaubt. Enth. u. a.: Ranganathan, A., Coomaraswamy: A Tribute; Daruwalla, K.N., Death of a Bird Lover; Sahay, R.K., Premchand a. his Successors (26/1); Chattopadhyay, K., The Ecology of Folk Art; Appasamy, J., Mughal Miniatures; Duggal, K.S., The Making of Modern Punjabi Literature (26/2); Chaitanya, K., The Whole Man a. the Economic Man; Sharma, A., The Logia of Ramakrishna a. the Apologia of Max Mueller; Malik, K., Ten Poems (26/4-27/1); Appasamy, J., The Indian Tradition in Art; Varadpande, M.L., Stree Preksha: Female Theatre in India; Daruwalla, K.N., The Owlet Beats the Drum (27/2-4); Chattopadhyay, K., Oriental Pile Carpets; Malik, A., Culture a. the Arts; Bhardwaj, M.L., A Monumental Rehabilitation of Man (28/1); Mukherjee, S., Bhakti Poetry as Protest Literature; Srinivasan, G., Heidegger a. Advaita Vedanta; Kumar, S., The Beggars (28/2); Ben-Tata, V., Indian Philosophies: A Western View; McLeod, M.B., Gokhale a. Tilak on Nationalism; Duggal, K.S., A Study in Boredom (28/3); Chattopadhyay, K., The Story of Glass; Sahgal, N., Crucify Me; Dey, S., Victoria Ocampo: History of an Argentine Passion; Mistry, C., Farewell Party (28/4); Naravane, V.S., Edwin Arnold a. The Light of Asia; Sengupta, N., Caste a. Modernization in India Today; Jain, G.P., Mass Communication in India (29/1); Narlikar, J.V., The Expanding Horizons of Cosmology; Adiseshiah, M.S., Non-Formal Education: Its Potential for Rural Development; Wasi, J., The Changing Indian Cinema (29/2); Shasi, S.S., Premchand's World; Singh, A., The Need for Conservation; Mitra, A., The Urban Poor a. Social Ferment (29/3); Kripalani, K., Gandhi a. Tagore: Two Faces of Modern India; Pal, B.P., A National Policy on Environment; Luithui, E.D., Youth, Education a. Employment in South Asia (29/4); Prasad, H.Y.S., Some Problems of Developmental Journalism; Raghavan, G.N.S., The Contemporary Relevance of India's Traditional Media; Chaitanya, K., Afloat on a Peacock Feather (30/1); Joshi, N., Kumaon Hill Songs; Banerjee, U.K., Relevant Dance; Sarkar, K., International Film Festival of India (30/2); Vatsyayan, K., The Square a. the Circle in Indian Art; Mahajan, J., Traveller's Tales of the Ganga (30/3); Vatsyayan, K., The Square a. the Circle in Indian Art; Krishan, Y., The Doctrine of Karma; A Letter from Nelson Mandela (30/4): Champakalakshmi, R., The Dravida Style of Architecture: A Historical Perspective; Chaitanya, K., An Antiphonal Heritage; Bhattacharya, L., The Short Story a. Social Change (31/2); Datta, S., kalighat Pats a. Ukiyo-e Prints: Reflections of Changing Societies; Luthra, H.R., Broadcasting in India; Subramanyam, K.N., Subramania Bharati: A Centenary Estimate (31/3). EINZELHEFTE AUF ANFRAGE! Sprache: Englisch. Seller Inventory # 157548

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