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K N Dikshit and K S Ramachandran

Published by D K Printworld, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8124603251 ISBN 13: 9788124603253

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About this Item: D K Printworld, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents I. Articles 1. Lothal a Harappan port town revisited/S.C. Bindra. 2. Archaeology of Birbhum the past informs the present/Subrata Chakrabarti. 3. Rgveda a historical outline and the contribution of Rahul Sankrityayan/Varun Singh. 4. New light on the history of Pune city results of an archaeological rescue excavation/Vasant Shinde S.N. Rajaguru Shweta Sinha Deshpande Sanjay Deshpande Prabodh Shirvalkar P. Balkawade P.P. Joglekar S. Deo S. Salim and Neha Kothari. 5. The first Neolith in India a review with special reference to Karnataka/C.B. Patil. 6. Karakambadi a late early historic glass production centre/Alok Kumar Kanungo. 7. Skeletal remains from the Kudatini sarcophagus burial/Veena Mushrif Nicole Boivin Ravi Korisettar and S.R. Walimbe. 8. Buddhist Stupas in Haryana new evidence/Arun Kesarwani and S.K. Vashist. 9. Ayodhya Visnu Hari temple inscription/K.V. Ramesh. 10. The genre of circular temples in North India/B.R. Mani. 11. Ramayana Mahabharata and archaeology/K.N. Dikshit. II. Notes and news 1. Newly discovered rock paintings from Nagargota in Maharashtra/G.K. Mane. 2. Lapis lazuli in protohistoric and historic context/Shushmita Sen. 3. Unpublished copper hoard from Bhandar District Pali/Ambika Dhaka. 4. Indian archaeology today a mature and scientific discipline/Vasant Shinde. 5. Buddhist remains in District Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh)/Jyoti Chandra. 6. Panchanna Ganesa from British Museum an iconographical study/M. Krishna Kumari. 7. Babour temples of Jammu/Anita Billawaria. 8. Ganesa images in Himachal Pradesh an iconographical study/Arun Kumar Singh. 9. Cement and mortar in the ancient structures/Vibha Tripathi and Devendra Mohan. 10. Brief report on a few recent excavations/Gency Chaudhuri. III. Major projects 1. Atlas of the Indus Saraswati civilization/S.P. Gupta. 2. Growth of cities in ancient India/K.S. Ramachandran. 3. Select earthquake affected monuments of Gujarat/K.N. Dikshit. IV. Book reviews 1. Ashok Vardhan Shetty excavations at Mangudi/K.S. Ramachandran. 2. Ashok Vardhan Shetty excavations at Perur/K.S. Ramachandran. 3. B.B. Lal B.K. Thapar J.P. Joshi and Madhu Bala excavations at Kalibangan/S.P. Gupta. 4. Durga Dutta Sharma Kampilya Mahatmaya/R.P. Sharma. 5. Usha Agarwal Director of Museums in India 2003/R.P. Sharma. 6. D.P. Tewari excavations at Charda/Sonali Gupta. 7. Edwin Bryant the quest for the origins of Vedic culture. Indo Aryan migration debate/Vijay Laxmi Singh. 8. K. Paddayya recent studies in Indian archaeology/K.N. Dikshit. 9. Mani Kamerkar and Soonu Dhunjishah from the Iranian Plateau to the Shores of Gujarat/R.P. Sharma. 10. Noboru Karashima (ed) ancient and medieval commercial testimony of inscriptions and ceramic sherds/T. Arun Raj. 11. O.P. Agrawal and Nanda Amara Wickramasinghe materials and techniques of ancient wall paintings of Sri Lanka/K.N. Dikshit. 12. Yasuda Yoshinori (ed.) the origin of pottery and agriculture/K.N. Dikshit. 13. Anuradha V. Kumar (ed.) conservation of building stones/Gency Chaudhuri. 14. S. Raja Gopal (ed.) Kaveri studies in epigraphy archaeology and history/T. Arun Raj. 15. D.P. Tewari antiquarian remains from Kalli Pachchhim excavations/Gency Chaudhuri. 16. K. Rajan archaeology principles and methods/K.S. Ramachandran. V. Annual report Report of the XXXVI Annual Conference of Indian Archaeological Society held at State Institute of Archeology Art History Conservation and Museology Hill Palace Thripunithura Kerala. Balance sheet. Office bearers. Board of management. 218 pp. Seller Inventory # 55483

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H K Prasad; Shri Bhagwan Singh; Binay Kumar and Sujata Sinha

Published by Kaveri Books, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Kaveri Books, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. C.P. Sinha. Chittaranjan Babu as I knew him/N.M.P. Srivastava. Dr. C.P. Sinha and his works/Alakhdeo Prasad Srivastav. 1. Concept and motifs of prehistoric rock art in India/Atul Chandra Bhowmick. 2. Musical elements in Indian rock paintings/Kumar Anand. 3. A culture based on Osteokeratic Artefacts unearthed from Pandurajar Dhibi Burdwan/Tapas Banerjee. 4. A terracotta art model of a double edged axe served as votive object from Maner (Bihar)/S.C. Saran. 5. Eguvakantala Cheruvu a unique megalithic complex in Chittoor District/V. Ramabrahmam. 6. Taurine symbol on stone discs from Murtaziganj and other places/A.L. Srivastava. 7. Significance of symbolizing first sermon of the Buddha at Sarnath/Bimalendra Kumar. 8. Bead craft during Maurya Period/Durga Basu. 9. Relief sculptures from Bharhut and Sanchi a stylistic study/Basudeo Narain. 10. Lotus in Early Buddhist art of Sanchi/Manjusri Roy. 11. Urban delineation in Sanchi Panels fanciful or real/U.N. Roy. 12. Buddha's life scenes from Pauni District Bhandara/Chandrashekhar Gupta. 13. Further discovery of a plaque representing Rhinoceros unicornis from Dum Dum Excavation West Bengal an observation/Chhanda Das. 14. A new light on a unique syncretistic deity in the collection of the Indian museum/Mangala Chakrabarti. 15. Ancestor worship in ancient India/M.L. Nigam. 16. Art of terracottas in the Gangetic Valley during the Kushanas and the Guptas (C. First century to the Sixth Century A.D)/Samir Kumar Mukherjee. 17. Some principal fertility terracotta figurines in the collection of State Archaeological Museum West Bengal/Sumita Guha Sarkar. 18. Some genetic factors in the evolution of Indian Classical Art/P. Gupta. 19. Life of Master (Buddha) on stone through the ages/Milan K. Chauley. 20. A comparative study of art of a Hari Hara Sculpture from Shahabad District Bihar and a Hari Hara Sculpture Golaghat District Assam/Hemendranath Dutta. 21. Vishnu Temple and other sculptures at Garhwa/B.L. Nagarch. 22. Geo political impact on Chandella Art/S.K. Sullerey. 23. Manifestations of Siva in the Calukyan Temples of Andhradesa a study/V. Sakunthala. 24. Art on seals of the Kalachuri Kings/Satya Prakash Srivastava. 25. Ode on the temples of Teli Ka Mandir at Gwalior/Ratan Parimoo. 26. Revatikunda in Junagadh a treasure house of Twenty four forms of Visnu/Haripriya Rangarajan. 27. Saivism and the Uma Mahesvara Icons/Pranabananda Jash. 28. Pancavaktra or Kirtimukha or Grasa (Illustrations from Bihar Bengal)/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 29. In Indian literature inscription coin and sculptures Ardhanarisvara The composition of Siva and Sakti/Gourisankar De. 30. The Bronzes from Ikra (Kishanganj)/Rashmi Sinha. 31. Bronzes of Eastern India archaeotechnical studies/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. 32. Vasudhara in the Art of Bihar/Bhagwant Sahai. 33. Sculptures of Bhairava and Virabhadra from the Archaeological Museum Chandragiri an iconographical study/P.N. Naidu. 34. Rare Karana sculptures from Tirumalapadi/M. Nalini and R. Kalaikkovan. 35. Mithuna figures in the temples of the Hoysalas/G.C. Chauley. 36. Exquisite works of art and architecture in Kanyakumari District/S. Padmanabhan. 37. An image of Adivaraha in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford/M. Krishna Kumari. 38. The sculptural Panorama of the sacred springs of Jammu Shivaliks/Lalit Gupta. 39. Architecture of Bihar in seventeenth century A.D./Nripendera Kumar Shrivastava. 40. Genesis of dolls and toys/Kakoli Sinha. 41. Metal sculptures of seven martyrs/N.M.P. Srivastava. 42. Mahakala in the art of Eastern India/Jalaj Kumar Tiwari. 43. Tree of Life/Bhaswati Bendopadhaya. 44. Gupta Art on Stone and Bronzes an Epitome of Classical Art and Zenith of Artistic Evolution/Hari Kishore Prasad. 45. Religious art in Ancient Cambodia/Vijay Shankar Shrivastav. 46. Rohtasgarh a new perspective/Abha Rani. 47. Alwara bronzes/Ajit Kumar Prasad. 48. Colonial statues in the Patna Museum Patna/Sujata Sinha. [5 Articles are in Hindi]. The book Recent Researches in. Seller Inventory # 69087

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S P Shukla; R S Bisht; M P Joshi and Prashant Srivastava

Published by Agam Kala Prakashan, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 817320067X ISBN 13: 9788173200670

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I. I. General 1. The role of the oral and non verbal processes of Indian development/Lotika Vardarajan. 2. A historiographical approach to ancient Indian culture/A.K. Sinha. 3. Changing values of heritage analysed/Y.B. Singh. 4. Early complex societies in global perspective/Arun Kesarwani. II. Archaeological 5. Stagnation and change in the Harappan Civilization/Indrani Chattopadhyaya. 6. The Harappan water structures at Dholavira/R.S. Bisht. 7. The Harappan Seals a study of Zoomorphic forms/S.P. Shukla. 8. A brief note on the excavation at Jognakhera (Kurukshetra)/D.S. Malik Madhav Acharya and R.S. Dahia. 9. Sub surface geological evidence from Bore hole data in support of a mighty stream system around Kurukshetra that vanished in middle to Upper Holocene/S.K. Lunkad. 10. Copper hoards of the Panchala Region a reappraisal/L.M. Wahal and K.S. Shukla. 11. Atwa a new copper hoard site in the Upper Ganga Valley/Krishna Kumar. 12. Chalcolithic cultures of the Middle Ganga Plain/V.D. Misra and M.C. Gupta. 13. Antiquity of Human activities in and around Lucknow/Rakesh Tewari. 14. Beads and Pendants in the Chalcolithic India/J.S. Nigam. 15. A preliminary report on the excavations at Mudvi (Solapur District Maharashtra) 2002 2003/Vasant Shinde P.P. Joglekar V. Naiknavare Ravi Jadhav Shweta Sinha Deshpande and Prabodh Shirvalkar. 16. Metal repertoire from Agiabir/Purushottam Singh Ashok Kumar Singh and P.K. Chattopadhyay. 17. North Indian protohistoric archaeology looking for the Vedic Aryans/Suraj Bhan. III. Numismatic and epigraphical 18. Progress of the historiography of the punch marked coins/Shankar Goyal. 19. Autobiographical tenor in Asoka's edicts/Krishna Deva. 20. Sanskrit and Karnataka epigraphy/Srinivas Ritti. 21. Numismatics and South Indian Historian/A.V. Narasimha Murthy. 22. Greek divinities on Saka pahlava coins/Prashant Srivastava. 23. Kondapur a mint of the silver coins of Satavahana Vasishthiputra Sivasri Pulumavi/Ajay Mitra Shastri. 24. Coins of Maharathi Kshapana/Parmeshwari Lal Gupta. 25. Two inscribed Kushana Danapatra from Khokrakot (Rohtak)/Manmohan Kumar. 26. Royals or commons Reappraisal of some Sigillographic data of the Gupta Period/Ashvini Agrawal. 27. Siddhalingamadam inscription of Rashtrakuta Krishna III/S. Swaminathan. 28. Two inscriptions from Belgaum District/M.D. Sampath. (One Article in Hindi). Vol. II. I. Historical 31. Varahamihira the prototype of Adi Varaha/S.N. Chaturvedi. 32. Pona Silavarman the Kunindas and the Katyuris/Maheswar P. Joshi. 33. Indian Links with Laos some recent findings/K.V. Raman. 34. Some sources for early Kambuja history/K.K. Saxena. 35. Poet Vimalamati the descendant of Banabhatta/Brajesh Krishna. 37. Ancient Indian Judiciary a study/R. Nagaswami. 38. Judicial powers of the guilds in Medieval Andhra Desa/P. Chenna Reddy. 39. Early evidence of Usury in India/Shyam Manohar Mishra. 42. Origin and development of Arthasastra/Aparna Mathur. 43. The Pre Augustan Mediterranean trade/S. Suresh. 44. Trade and patterns of commerce in Medieval South India/R. Tirumalai. 46. Kirata settlements in Himalaya/D.P. Saklani. 47. Translation of classical Indian works into Tibetan/Narendra Kumar Dash. II. Arts and crafts 49. Mythical creatures in Indian rock art/Yashodhar Mathpal. 50. The concept of Svastika and its origin/A.L. Srivastava. 51. Warp and woof of textile in India/Bhagwan Singh. 52. A study on the Asokan columns/Ananda Chandra Sahoo. 53. Parallels and interactions between Jaina and Buddhist Art/S.D. Trivedi. 54. Vaikunthanatha sculptures from Khajuraho/K.M. Suresh. 55. The early Medieval Art of Gujarat/S.B. Singh. 57. The Mural Tradition in Garhwal/B.P. Kamboj. 58. Antiquity of Glass in India a recent perspective/Shamoon Ahmad. III. Architectural 59. Nasik caves a study/Y.S. Alone. 60. Recently unearthed Pallava edifice at Mamallapuram/K.T. Narasimhan. 61. Brick temples of Kalayat/Devendra Handa. 62. The architectural heritage of Garhwal Himalaya/B.M. Khanduri R.C. Bh. Seller Inventory # 63951

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Ray, Pratapa Chandra [and Sundari Bala Roy]

Published by Calcutta. Bharata Press (1893)

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About this Item: Calcutta. Bharata Press, 1893. Soft cover. Condition: Good. Original softcover issues in wraps. Printed between 1893 and 1895. 16 parts, each with separate title pages, containing Anucasana Parva, or The Book of Instructions, is the thirteenth of the eighteen books of the Mahabharata. Complete in 168 sections. Acwahedha Parva, The book of the Horse Sacrifice. (now more commonly called Ashvamedhika Parva. Complete in 92 sections. And Acramavasika Parva, sections 1-36. Each section is numbered at the top LXXXIII-XCVIII (marking its place in the complete Mahabharata, which is considered the longest poem ever written, an ancient Indian epic which runs to 200,000 lines. This section of the Roy translation is in original paper wraps. Some of the sections have the wraps and some begin with the title page. Spines chipped and some parts disbound. Scarce in any condition; usually found in hardcover, as early owners would have have them bound. Also comes with a letter (2 handwritten pages) written by the translator, dated 1893, in which he writes, "[I] hope that before the coping of several months, I shall be able to convey to you welcome news regarding the successful termination of my labours for placing a correct rendering of the great epic of our country before the savants of the civilized world." Please email with questions or to request photos. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # Fred-Z261

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Sir Lawrence Hugh Jenkins, Chief Justice, and H. W. C. Carnduff, of the High Court, Fort William, Bengal; Sir Richard Harington [ Alipore Bomb Case; Muraripukur or Manicktolla Bomb Conspiracy ]

Published by Jenkins's judgment: In the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal. The 23rd November Carnduff's dissenting judgment dated 23 November 1909. Harington's final judgment 18 February 1910. The last two printed in Calcutta (1909)

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About this Item: Jenkins's judgment: In the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal. The 23rd November Carnduff's dissenting judgment dated 23 November 1909. Harington's final judgment 18 February 1910. The last two printed in Calcutta, 1909. The Alipore Bomb Case was the trial of a number of revolutionaries of the Anushilan Samiti in Calcutta (their object, according to Harington, being 'to deprive the King of the Sovereignty of British India by force'), held at Alipore Sessions Court, Calcutta, between May 1908 and May 1909. The trial followed in the wake of the attempt on the life of Presidency Magistrate Douglas Kingsford in Muzaffarpur by Bengali nationalists Khudiram Bose and Prafulla Chaki in April 1908, as a result of which two ladies (Mrs and Miss Kennedy) died. Among the accused were the poet and mystic Aurobindo Ghosh (1872-1950), and his brother the journalist Barindra Kumar Ghosh (1880-1959), tried alongside thirty-seven other Bengali nationalists. The three items are from the papers of one of the three appeal judges in the case, Sir Richard Harington (1861-1931) of Ridlington, 12th Baronet, Puisne Judge in the High Court of Justice at Fort William in Bengal, 1899-1913. For the background to the appeal see Harington's own account, in Item Three, below. All three documernts are in fair condition, lightly aged and worn. The first two are signed in the top-right corner of the first page 'Harington J[udge].' ONE: Jenkins's judgment. First page headed 'In the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal. | The 23rd November 1909. | Criminal Jurisdiction. | Present: | The Hon'ble Sir Lawrence Hugh Jenkins, | Knight, Chief Justice. | and | The Hon'ble Mr. Justice Carnduff.' Last page signed in type: 'L. JENKINS. | The 23rd November 1909.' 67pp., 8vo. Stitched. With a few light annotations by Harington, and indexed by him on the blank reverse of the last leaf. A closely-argued document, filled with information on what it describes as 'a shocking outrage'. There are 18 appellants, of whom two ('Barindra Kumar Ghose and Ullaskar Dutt') have been sentenced to death, and ten sentenced to transportation for life. According to the prosecution, 'the appellant, Barindra Kumar Ghose, has throughout been the master mind; he conceived the scheme; he designed the means; and he inspired the work. As far back as 1903 or 1904, he began what he believed to be his mission of preaching throughout Bengal the independence of India. Then he returned for a while to Baroda, where his brother Arobindo Ghose was a Professor in the Gaekwar's College. In 1905 came the partition of Bengal, which, according to the case for the Crown, was "unquestionably a landmark in this attempted revolution," and was used for its promotion. [.]'. Regarding sentencing the document states: 'The question of punishment is one of considerable difficulty: those who have been convicted are not ordinary criminals; they are for the most part men of education, of strong religious instincts, and in some cases of considerable force of character.' TWO: Carnduff's dissenting judgment. Untitled. Signed in type on last page 'H. W. C. Carnduff. | The 23rd November, 1909.' 'Calcutta: Printed by Supdt. Govt. Printing, India, 8, Hastings Street.' 31pp., 8vo. Stitched. Index of names in Harington's autograph on back cover. The document begins: 'Carnduff, J. - I agree with most, but, unfortunately, not with all, of the conclusions arrived at by my lord the Chief Justice on this appeal. Our difference of opinion is, in effect, limited to the question whether the guilt of a few of the appellants has been proved or not. But there are some remarks which I feel called upon to make, as briefly as may be, on my own account, both on the case as it presents itself to me as a whole, and on certain points connected with it, although we are in substantial agreement regarding them.' The document that follows is closely argued, and includes separate judgments in the cases of Susil Kumar Sen, Birendra Chandra Sen, Krishna Jiban Sanyal, Sailendra Nath Bose and Indranath Nandi. THREE: Harington's final judgment. First page headed: 'In the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal. | The 18th February, 1910. | Criminal Jurisdic. Seller Inventory # 19243

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