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Indrani Sanyal,Krishna Roy

Published by D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8124604282 ISBN 13: 9788124604281

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The period spanning the latter half of the eighteenth century and the nineteenth century in India was marked by a reawakened national spirit to reinterpret Indian traditional values in modern light. This book, comprising deliberations presented at a national seminar, discusses some of the illustrious persons of that period who by heir ideas and actions enriched the socio-cultural and spiritual life of the period. Researchers study the period of Sri Aurobindo, his contributions as well as those of his contemporaries including Raja Rammohan Roy, Mahatma Gandhi, Tagore, Gokhle and Satish Chandra. The aim is to situate Sri Aurobindo`s thoughts in its socio-cultural background and study the contributions of his contemporaries to bring out the distinctiveness of Sri Aurobindo. The essays deal with Sri Aurobindo`s philosophy of nationalism, his view of Indian renaissance and Ireland`s national and cultural renaissance and his attitude towards national education. They take up interpretations of violence and non-violence by Sri Aurobindo and Mahatma Gandhi, Vivekananda`s outlook about morality, caste system and dharma, and response of Aurobindo, Tilak and Gokhale to Western imperialism. An interesting effort is made to compare the thoughts of Sri Aurobindo and Tagore towards the revolutionary movement and reveal Aurobindo`s perception of Tagore`s poetry. The book will be useful to historians, political and social thinkers, besides the general readers. Contents Preface Introduction 1. Sri Aurobindo`s Philosophy of Nationalism, Internationalism and Contemporary Crisis/Kireet Joshi 2. The Distinctiveness of Sri Aurobindo`s view on Indian Renaissance/D.P. Chattopadhyaya 3. The Bengal Renaissance : Different Interpretations/Rakhal Chandra Nath 4. Sri Aurobindo on the Possibility Renaissance in India/Dilip Kumar Roy 5. Sri Aurobindo and Ireland : A Critical Study/Dilip Kumar Chatterjee 6. National Education Movement and Satis Chandra/Rama Prasad De 7. Bengal`s National Council of Education and Sri Aurobindo/Amal Kumar De 8. History as Applied Metaphysics/Indrani Sanyal 9. Some Renaissance Aspects of Vivekananda`s Thoughts/Tirthanath Bandyopadhyay 10. The Western Imperialistic Challenge : Aurobindo, Tilak and Gokhale/Aparna Banerjee 11. Significance of Tagore`s Poetry in the Indian Renaissance : Sri Aurobindonian Perspective/Supriyo Bhattacharya 12. The Revolutionary Movement : Tagore and Aurobindo/Manjula Bose 13. Philosophy of Krishna Chandra Bhattacharyya/Tara Chatterjee 14. Acharya Brojendranath Seal : His Aesthetic Ideas/Sudhir Kumar Nandi 15. Outlook Towards Women : Influence of Indian Renaissance/Madhumita Chattopadhyay 16. Raja Rammohan Roy : Forerunner of Women`s Liberation Movement/Krishna Roy 17. Violence or Non-Violence : Interpretations by Sri Aurobindo and Mahatma Gandhi/Sushmita Bhowmik 18. Sri Aurobindo, Mahatma Gandhi and India`s Freedom Struggle : from Swadeshi to Non-Cooperation/Sujata Mukherjee The Contributors Printed Pages: 358. Seller Inventory # 1798

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edited by Aparna Bandyopadhyay and Krishna Dasgupta

Published by Setu Prakashani (2015)

ISBN 10: 9380677731 ISBN 13: 9789380677736

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About this Item: Setu Prakashani, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction/Aparna Bandyopadhyay. I. Textual/sexual politics: 1. From submission to transgression: a study of Tagore’s women in the short stories/Trayee Sinha. 2. The anti-feminist note in Tagore’s Raja/Madhumita Dutta. 3. Tale-transformations: happily ever after?/Kuntala Sengupta. 4. Enchanted or tangled Portrayal of women in popular fairy tales and the need for an alternate Canon/Sudeshna Chakravorty. 5. Home and beyond: the struggle of women in post-partition Bengal as portrayed by Narendranath Mitra/Madhumita Sen. 6. Prem Chand: glimpses of women characters in his short stories and novels/Shaheen Sultana. II. Writing her voice: eloquence and silence: 7. Women and literature: some female writers and female characters in Bengali literature/Siuli Sarkar. 8. Therigatha—a Hallmark in the quest for women’s liberation/Krishna Dasgupta. 9. Writing her voice: autobiography as expression of the self in nineteenth century Bengal/Anasuya Bhar. 10. Discourses of silence and the voices of Muslim women in colonial Bengal/Saika Hossain.11. Three guineas: Woolf’s concept of women, war and nation/Gargi Talapatra. 12. Voice of silence in Pratham pratisruit/Darshana Ghose. 13. Household and selfhood in colonial Bengal: contextualizing Saratkumari Deb’s Amar Sansar/Nandini Jana. 14. When a woman’s autobiography becomes a nation’s history/Riya Roy. 15. Memsahibs iun colonial India/Parna Ghose. 16. Mobile women and inter/national narratives : the case of Gertrude Hudson and Krishnabhabini Das/Purna Banerjee. 17. Under the blazing sun: lady Sahib, Emily Eden’s passage through India/Kakoli Sinha Ray. III. Historical perspectives: 18. Women’s education and empowerment: the Bengal scenario (from pre-colonial to colonal times)/Uttara Chakraborty. 19. Women in modern India: changing position and attitudes/Samita Sen. 20. Achievement and agony of Krishnabhabini Das: a social activist of the Nineteenth Century (1864-1919)/Gopa Datta. 21. Revisiting the women’s question in late colonial Bengal/Aparna Bandyopadhyay. 22. Women in Bengal legislature 1937-1957 : A survey/Bhaswati Chatterjee. IV. Performance and Films: 23. The inimitable Probha Devi: the Prima Donna of the new styled theatre of Bengal in the 1930s/Sarvani Gooptu. 24. Chokher Bali: A Journey from Tagore to Rituparno Ghosh/Paramita Chaudhuri. 25. Whose Icche or desire? Looking into the film Icche in the light of care ethics/Samanda Sen. 26. Imagining mother-India: critiquing bollywood’s construction of the cultural imagery of the nation-state/Surangama Guha. V. Politics and society: 27. Political realism: the gender way/Peu Ghosh. 28. Globalization and its impact on lifestyles of women: a study on women’s empowerment/Baisali Sinha. 29. Inequalities within: a curious case of a Diplomat, a maid and some queries on women’s rights/Subhalakshmi Pandey. 30. Being a fair bride and craving for a fair bride: reflections from the Bengali matrimonial columns/Aparnita Bhattacharjee. 31. Old women in India: experiences of living with their bodies/Sudarshana Sen. 32. Pursuit of body contouring: a choice or a compulsion?/Sumita Saha and Utkalika Saha. 33. Born to procreate: tracing the figuration of the maternal body in assisted reproductive technologies/Pinaki Roy. VI. Religion: 34. Gandhari the mother as reflected in the Mahabharata/Nandini Bhowmik. 35. Apala and Ghosa: two umarried women of the Rg-veda/Mau Das Gupta. 36. Women and Islam/Syeda Shariqatul Moula Alquadri. VII. Education and science: 37. Women’s higher education and self-reliance: personal reminiscences/Shefali Moitra. 38. Women in core sciences, technology and medicine: Bengal 1849-1949/Chandrakala Datta. 39. Tragedies of pioneering women scientists/Chhanda Basu Chaudhuri and Srabani Chakrabarty. VIII: Professional/Labouring women: 40. Women in police in India/Tumpa Mukherjee. 41. Maternity benefit in India/Mou Roy. 42. Impact of economic liberalization on gender wage inequality-a theoretical approach/Somasree Roychowdhury. 43. In. Seller Inventory # 115206

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P. Chenna Reddy

Published by Sharada Publishing House (2006)

ISBN 10: 8188934380 ISBN 13: 9788188934386

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About this Item: Sharada Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The present volumes provide a panoramic view of Indian Historical Studies covering Archaeology, Art & Architecture, Epigraphy, Numismatics, Iconography, Religion & Philosophy, Social and Economic History. The papers in the two volumes add significant insights to our understanding of the various facets of Indian History, Culture and Archaeology. Contributors Robert G. Bednarik; Jagat Pati Joshi; Prof. Adiga Sundara; Prof M.D.N. Sahi; Dr R.P. Sharma; J. Manuel; Dr Krishna Kumar; Prof Brajesh Krishna; Dr Sila Tripati; Dr A.S. Gaur; Dr Sundaresh; Dr Alok Tripathi; Dr C. Margabandhu; Dr (Mrs) Shantisri Banerji; Dr Niharika Srivastava; Dr G.C. Chauley; Prof S. Rama Krishna Pasipaty; Dr Ajit Kumar; Dr B. Sashisekharan; Dr B. Raghunatha Rao; R. Krishnaiah; Nayan Anand Chakraborty; Dr D.N. Dimri; Dr Sangeeta Chakraborty; Dr P.D. Balaji; Prof K. Seshadri; Dr B. Subrahmanyam; Prof Swarankamal Bhowmik; Dr K. Padmanabha; C.B. Patil; Dr Milan Kumar Chauley; Dr K. Rama; K.V. Rao; Dr Sanjib Kumar Singh; Dr V. Meena Kumari; Dr Viraj Shah; Dr R.C. Agrawala; Prof Raju Kalidos; Dr S.V. Padigar; Dr Onkar Chauhan; Dr G. Jawaharlal; Dr Haripriya Rangarajan; Dr K.M. Suresh; Dr K. Suryanarayana; S.V. Venkateshaiah; J. Varaprasada Rao; M.V. Visweswara; Dr M.S. Ramachandra Rao; J. Amara Jyothi; Dr Swoyambhu Dhar Tuladhar; Dr A. Rose Mary; Prof R. Nath; Dr B.R. Mani; Dr M.D. Sampath; Prof A.V. Narasimha Murthy; Dr Bharati K. Shelat; Dr P.V.P. Sastry; Dr G. Kamalakar; Prof Sukla Das; Dr D.N. Lielukhine; Dr Rasesh Jamindar; Dr C.A. Padmanabha Sastry; Dr N.S. Ramachandra Murthy; Prof K.V. Raman; Dr Chithra Madhavan; Dr Brahmananda Deshpande; Dr H.M. Nagaraja Rao; Dr N. Havalaiah; Dr A. Satyanarayana; Dr D. Raja Reddy; Dr Beena Sarasan; Prashant P. Kulakarni; Dr S.G. Dhupate; Dr Shankar Goyal; Prof Devendra Handa; Dr S. Suresh; Dr M. Ilyas Quddusi; Dr S.V.P. Halakatti; Prof M. Krishna Kumari; M.C. Joshi; Dr Hampa Nagaraiajaiah; Dr Kamala Hampana; Dr M.V. Ramkumar Ratnam; B. Vidyadhara Rao; Dr E. Siva Nagi Reddy; Dr K. Kusuma Bai; Prof P. Chenna Reddy; Dr Siddheswar Jena; Dr C.M. Agrawal; Dr Shitala Prasad Pandey. Printed Pages: 712. Seller Inventory # 1131

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