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Thomas G. Fraser (ed.)

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book, a collection of updated articles presented in an international conference on India`s ?Rural Transformation and Development: Issues, Processes and Direction` organized by the Cordia Group of Institutes and Sanghol community on 17-18 November 2011, talks about the criticality of different issues and challenges that the rural India faces and suggests ways and means to bring it into the nation-building exercise. No country steadfastly grows without tapping its rural potential. Over 750 million people live in the Indian villages and there is a desperate need for them to get empowered in education and skills, and with state-of-the-art infrastructure, financial support and guidance, better agricultural methods, energy/gas generation technologies, communication network, and by introducing and training on village and eco tourism. All stake holders ? the Government, NGOs, banks and self help groups ? have to play a pivotal role in ensuring sustainable rural development without losing the charm and the quintessential look of the villages. The visionary Inaugural Lecture by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, former President of India, is igniting and the icing on the cake. The articles are authoritative, and few case studies, add value to the content. Concepts like Community Radio are of great interest. This book will help people who want to do investment in rural areas, students of economics and sociology, those in rural researches, and for those who have an ?urban heart? Contents: Foreword ? Lord Diljit Rana Preface ? Thomas G. Fraser Inaugural Lecture: Sustainable Development System: PURA Mission ? Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam 1. The Fruits of Education ? Sir Peter Gregson 2. Rural India: Opportunities and Challenges ? Promotion of Women?s Education ? Urmil Verma 3. Education and Rural Reconstruction ? Kapil Kapoor 4. Gandhi, Village Development and India?s Freedom Movement ? Thomas G. Fraser 5. Analytical Study of People?s Perceptions Towards Rural Development ? Sarabjit Singh Shergill and Jaspreet Singh 6. Household Level Food Security ? K.B. Bhushan, M. Ravishankar, Warwick Easdown and Vamsidhar Reddy 7. The Potential of Biogas Production Through Anaerobic Digestion of Algae ? Mamta Awasthi and Vivek Prakash Pankaj 8. Sustaining Rural Livelihood Through Natural Resource Planning: A GIS-Based Approach ? Prashant Kumar Arya and Heera Singh 9. How Should India Combine Its Rural Heart with Urban Mind? ? Sunanda Sharma 10. Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Rural Development: Bridging the Divide ? Gunpreet Kaur 11. Participatory Development in Communication Perspectives ? Anshul Singhal and S. Anand 12. Electricity Production from Crop Residues: Potential and Bottlenecks ? Lakhwinder Singh and Jagtar Singh 13. Village Tourism ? Maneet Sharma 14. Rural Development through Eco-tourism: A Modern Growth Ideology ? Bhakti Chougule-Pawar Index Printed Pages: 142. Seller Inventory # 60192

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book, a collection of updated articles presented in an international conference on India`s âRural Transformation and Development: Issues, Processes and Direction` organized by the Cordia Group of Institutes and Sanghol community on 17-18 November 2011, talks about the criticality of different issues and challenges that the rural India faces and suggests ways and means to bring it into the nation-building exercise. No country steadfastly grows without tapping its rural potential. Over 750 million people live in the Indian villages and there is a desperate need for them to get empowered in education and skills, and with state-of-the-art infrastructure, financial support and guidance, better agricultural methods, energy/gas generation technologies, communication network, and by introducing and training on village and eco tourism. All stake holders â" the Government, NGOs, banks and self help groups â" have to play a pivotal role in ensuring sustainable rural development without losing the charm and the quintessential look of the villages. The visionary Inaugural Lecture by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, former President of India, is igniting and the icing on the cake. The articles are authoritative, and few case studies, add value to the content. Concepts like Community Radio are of great interest. This book will help people who want to do investment in rural areas, students of economics and sociology, those in rural researches, and for those who have an âurban heartâ. Contents: Foreword â" Lord Diljit Rana Preface â" Thomas G. Fraser Inaugural Lecture: Sustainable Development System: PURA Mission â" Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam 1. The Fruits of Education â" Sir Peter Gregson 2. Rural India: Opportunities and Challenges â" Promotion of Womenâs Education â" Urmil Verma 3. Education and Rural Reconstruction â" Kapil Kapoor 4. Gandhi, Village Development and Indiaâs Freedom Movement â" Thomas G. Fraser 5. Analytical Study of Peopleâs Perceptions Towards Rural Development â" Sarabjit Singh Shergill and Jaspreet Singh 6. Household Level Food Security â" K.B. Bhushan, M. Ravishankar, Warwick Easdown and Vamsidhar Reddy 7. The Potential of Biogas Production Through Anaerobic Digestion of Algae â" Mamta Awasthi and Vivek Prakash Pankaj 8. Sustaining Rural Livelihood Through Natural Resource Planning: A GIS-Based Approach â" Prashant Kumar Arya and Heera Singh 9. How Should India Combine Its Rural Heart with Urban Mind? â" Sunanda Sharma 10. Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Rural Development: Bridging the Divide â" Gunpreet Kaur 11. Participatory Development in Communication Perspectives â" Anshul Singhal and S. Anand 12. Electricity Production from Crop Residues: Potential and Bottlenecks â" Lakhwinder Singh and Jagtar Singh 13. Village Tourism â" Maneet Sharma 14. Rural Development through Eco-tourism: A Modern Growth Ideology â" Bhakti Chougule-Pawar Index Printed Pages: 142. Seller Inventory # 60192

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book, a collection of updated articles presented in an international conference on India`s âRural Transformation and Development: Issues, Processes and Direction` organized by the Cordia Group of Institutes and Sanghol community on 17-18 November 2011, talks about the criticality of different issues and challenges that the rural India faces and suggests ways and means to bring it into the nation-building exercise. No country steadfastly grows without tapping its rural potential. Over 750 million people live in the Indian villages and there is a desperate need for them to get empowered in education and skills, and with state-of-the-art infrastructure, financial support and guidance, better agricultural methods, energy/gas generation technologies, communication network, and by introducing and training on village and eco tourism. All stake holders â" the Government, NGOs, banks and self help groups â" have to play a pivotal role in ensuring sustainable rural development without losing the charm and the quintessential look of the villages. The visionary Inaugural Lecture by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, former President of India, is igniting and the icing on the cake. The articles are authoritative, and few case studies, add value to the content. Concepts like Community Radio are of great interest. This book will help people who want to do investment in rural areas, students of economics and sociology, those in rural researches, and for those who have an âurban heartâ. Contents: Foreword â" Lord Diljit Rana Preface â" Thomas G. Fraser Inaugural Lecture: Sustainable Development System: PURA Mission â" Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam 1. The Fruits of Education â" Sir Peter Gregson 2. Rural India: Opportunities and Challenges â" Promotion of Womenâs Education â" Urmil Verma 3. Education and Rural Reconstruction â" Kapil Kapoor 4. Gandhi, Village Development and Indiaâs Freedom Movement â" Thomas G. Fraser 5. Analytical Study of Peopleâs Perceptions Towards Rural Development â" Sarabjit Singh Shergill and Jaspreet Singh 6. Household Level Food Security â" K.B. Bhushan, M. Ravishankar, Warwick Easdown and Vamsidhar Reddy 7. The Potential of Biogas Production Through Anaerobic Digestion of Algae â" Mamta Awasthi and Vivek Prakash Pankaj 8. Sustaining Rural Livelihood Through Natural Resource Planning: A GIS-Based Approach â" Prashant Kumar Arya and Heera Singh 9. How Should India Combine Its Rural Heart with Urban Mind? â" Sunanda Sharma 10. Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Rural Development: Bridging the Divide â" Gunpreet Kaur 11. Participatory Development in Communication Perspectives â" Anshul Singhal and S. Anand 12. Electricity Production from Crop Residues: Potential and Bottlenecks â" Lakhwinder Singh and Jagtar Singh 13. Village Tourism â" Maneet Sharma 14. Rural Development through Eco-tourism: A Modern Growth Ideology â" Bhakti Chougule-Pawar Index Printed Pages: 142. Seller Inventory # 60192

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R.C. Tripathi & Rohit Dwivedi (Eds)

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. About the Book Indian organisations are more complex than organisations elsewhere, because of the unique cultural, economic and political contexts to which they belong. They present a diverse mix of new and old, religious and secular, rational and irrational; there are organisations that rank among the best, and those that barely deliver. In today?s economically interdependent world, the success and failure of Indian organisations have implications for other nations as well. Unlike previous research that studied organisations on the basis of universal principles, through Euro-centric models based on Western knowledge, Organisational Studies in India presents a range of perspectives and employs multiple lenses to provide a comprehensive understanding of the way organisations function in India. This collection of research studies focuses on a diversity of issues that organisationsin Indiaface, along with the differences in their contexts. The common theme across all chapters is an assessment of the extent to which Indianorganisations hasbrought about the convergence of resources to build a modern nation-state. Focusing on alternative ways of looking at organisational phenomena,the contributing authors bring together their vast experience in academia and practice in their writings to present a nuanced picture of organisational practices and behaviour. With its emphasis on perspectives embedded in the Indian context,this book will be of immense value to students and scholars of psychology, organisational studies and comparative management,and scientist-professionals in India and abroad. It will also interest transnational organisations operating in India and those employing Indians in other countries. Table of Contents List of Tables ix List of Figures xi Preface xiii Organisational Studies in India?Towards a Multi-Lens Perspective R. C. Tripathi and Rohit Dwivedi I.MICRO-LEVEL ISSUES 1.Motivation and Values Ritu Tripathi 2.Justice and Identity: Implication for the Workplace Purnima Singh 3. Reframing the Leader-Follower Relationship Mamta Srivastava 4. Excellence in Leadership Development: Structural Similarities beyond the Cultural Dissimilarities P. Sethu Madhavan 5. Emotional Climate of the Organisations Alka Bajpai and Supriya Chaturvedi II.PERFORMANCE-RELATED ISSUES 6. Job Performance Research: Review and Future Directions Shailendra Singh 7.Organisational Capital Anamika Pandey 8. Transgressive Behaviours in Organisations Rashmi Kumar and Seema Singh III. TRANSFORMATION AND CHANGE 9.Reinventing Educational Organisations Rajeev Sharma 10. Making Sense of Organisational Change Rohit Dwivedi 11. Emotions as Vehicles of Organisational Change: Learnings from Some Indian Narratives Anand Prakash 12. Subaltern Narratives of Organisational Change Chandranshu Sinha 13. Aligning People Product/Services and Processes? The A3P Model for Strategic Change and Development in Organisations Mala Sinha IV. PEOPLE?S ORGANISATION 14. Organisational Behaviour in Co-operatives Saswata Narayan Biswas 15. Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) in India G. V. P. Rajan 16. Not-for-Profit Organisations Rekha Singhal List of Contributors Index Printed Pages: 560. Seller Inventory # 108233

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R.C. Tripathi & Rohit Dwivedi (Eds)

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. About the Book Indian organisations are more complex than organisations elsewhere, because of the unique cultural, economic and political contexts to which they belong. They present a diverse mix of new and old, religious and secular, rational and irrational; there are organisations that rank among the best, and those that barely deliver. In todayâs economically interdependent world, the success and failure of Indian organisations have implications for other nations as well. Unlike previous research that studied organisations on the basis of universal principles, through Euro-centric models based on Western knowledge, Organisational Studies in India presents a range of perspectives and employs multiple lenses to provide a comprehensive understanding of the way organisations function in India. This collection of research studies focuses on a diversity of issues that organisationsin Indiaface, along with the differences in their contexts. The common theme across all chapters is an assessment of the extent to which Indianorganisations hasbrought about the convergence of resources to build a modern nation-state. Focusing on alternative ways of looking at organisational phenomena,the contributing authors bring together their vast experience in academia and practice in their writings to present a nuanced picture of organisational practices and behaviour. With its emphasis on perspectives embedded in the Indian context,this book will be of immense value to students and scholars of psychology, organisational studies and comparative management,and scientist-professionals in India and abroad. It will also interest transnational organisations operating in India and those employing Indians in other countries. Table of Contents List of Tables ix List of Figures xi Preface xiii Organisational Studies in Indiaâ"Towards a Multi-Lens Perspective R. C. Tripathi and Rohit Dwivedi I.MICRO-LEVEL ISSUES 1.Motivation and Values Ritu Tripathi 2.Justice and Identity: Implication for the Workplace Purnima Singh 3. Reframing the Leader-Follower Relationship Mamta Srivastava 4. Excellence in Leadership Development: Structural Similarities beyond the Cultural Dissimilarities P. Sethu Madhavan 5. Emotional Climate of the Organisations Alka Bajpai and Supriya Chaturvedi II.PERFORMANCE-RELATED ISSUES 6. Job Performance Research: Review and Future Directions Shailendra Singh 7.Organisational Capital Anamika Pandey 8. Transgressive Behaviours in Organisations Rashmi Kumar and Seema Singh III. TRANSFORMATION AND CHANGE 9.Reinventing Educational Organisations Rajeev Sharma 10. Making Sense of Organisational Change Rohit Dwivedi 11. Emotions as Vehicles of Organisational Change: Learnings from Some Indian Narratives Anand Prakash 12. Subaltern Narratives of Organisational Change Chandranshu Sinha 13. Aligning People Product/Services and Processesâ" The A3P Model for Strategic Change and Development in Organisations Mala Sinha IV. PEOPLEâS ORGANISATION 14. Organisational Behaviour in Co-operatives Saswata Narayan Biswas 15. Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) in India G. V. P. Rajan 16. Not-for-Profit Organisations Rekha Singhal List of Contributors Index Printed Pages: 560. Seller Inventory # 108233

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R.C. Tripathi & Rohit Dwivedi (Eds)

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. About the Book Indian organisations are more complex than organisations elsewhere, because of the unique cultural, economic and political contexts to which they belong. They present a diverse mix of new and old, religious and secular, rational and irrational; there are organisations that rank among the best, and those that barely deliver. In todayâs economically interdependent world, the success and failure of Indian organisations have implications for other nations as well. Unlike previous research that studied organisations on the basis of universal principles, through Euro-centric models based on Western knowledge, Organisational Studies in India presents a range of perspectives and employs multiple lenses to provide a comprehensive understanding of the way organisations function in India. This collection of research studies focuses on a diversity of issues that organisationsin Indiaface, along with the differences in their contexts. The common theme across all chapters is an assessment of the extent to which Indianorganisations hasbrought about the convergence of resources to build a modern nation-state. Focusing on alternative ways of looking at organisational phenomena,the contributing authors bring together their vast experience in academia and practice in their writings to present a nuanced picture of organisational practices and behaviour. With its emphasis on perspectives embedded in the Indian context,this book will be of immense value to students and scholars of psychology, organisational studies and comparative management,and scientist-professionals in India and abroad. It will also interest transnational organisations operating in India and those employing Indians in other countries. Table of Contents List of Tables ix List of Figures xi Preface xiii Organisational Studies in Indiaâ"Towards a Multi-Lens Perspective R. C. Tripathi and Rohit Dwivedi I.MICRO-LEVEL ISSUES 1.Motivation and Values Ritu Tripathi 2.Justice and Identity: Implication for the Workplace Purnima Singh 3. Reframing the Leader-Follower Relationship Mamta Srivastava 4. Excellence in Leadership Development: Structural Similarities beyond the Cultural Dissimilarities P. Sethu Madhavan 5. Emotional Climate of the Organisations Alka Bajpai and Supriya Chaturvedi II.PERFORMANCE-RELATED ISSUES 6. Job Performance Research: Review and Future Directions Shailendra Singh 7.Organisational Capital Anamika Pandey 8. Transgressive Behaviours in Organisations Rashmi Kumar and Seema Singh III. TRANSFORMATION AND CHANGE 9.Reinventing Educational Organisations Rajeev Sharma 10. Making Sense of Organisational Change Rohit Dwivedi 11. Emotions as Vehicles of Organisational Change: Learnings from Some Indian Narratives Anand Prakash 12. Subaltern Narratives of Organisational Change Chandranshu Sinha 13. Aligning People Product/Services and Processesâ" The A3P Model for Strategic Change and Development in Organisations Mala Sinha IV. PEOPLEâS ORGANISATION 14. Organisational Behaviour in Co-operatives Saswata Narayan Biswas 15. Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) in India G. V. P. Rajan 16. Not-for-Profit Organisations Rekha Singhal List of Contributors Index Printed Pages: 560. Seller Inventory # 108233

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edited by R. C. Tripathi and Rohit Dwivedi,

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Organisational Studies in India: Towards a Multi-Lens Perspective/R. C. Tripathi and Rohit Dwivedi. I. Micro-Level Issues: 1. Motivation and values/Ritu Tripathi. 2. Justice and identity: implication for the workplace/Purnima Singh. 3. Reframing the leader-follower relationship/Mamta Srivastava. 4. Excellence in leadership development: structural similarities beyond the cultural dissimilarities/P. Sethu Madhavan. 5. Emotional climate of the organisations/Alka Bajpai and Supriya Chaturvedi. II. Performance-Related Issues: 6. Job performance research: review and future directions/Shailendra Singh. 7. Organisational capital/Anamika Pandey. 8. Transgressive behaviours in organisations/Rashmi Kumar and Seema Singh. III. Transformation and Change. 9. Reinventing educational organisations/Rajeev Sharma. 10. Making sense of organisational change/Rohit Dwivedi. 11. Emotions as vehicles of organisational change: Learnings from some Indian narratives/Anand Prakash. 12. Subaltern narratives of organisational change/Chandranshu Sinha. 13. Aligning people product/services and processes- The A3P model for strategic change and development in organisations/Mala Sinha. IV. Peoples Organisation. 14. Organisational behaviour in co-operatives/Saswata Narayan Biswas. 15. Public sector undertakings (PSUs) in India/G. V. P. Rajan. 16. Not-for-Profit organisations/Rekha Singhal. Index. Indian organisations are more complex than organisations elsewhere, because of the unique cultural, economic and political contexts to which they belong. They present a diverse mix of new and old, religious and secular, rational and irrational; there are organisations that rank among the best, and those that barely deliver. In todays economically interdependent world, the success and failure of Indian organisations have implications for other nations as well. Unlike previous research that studied organisations on the basis of universal principles, through Euro-centric models based on Western knowledge, Organisational Studies in India presents a range of perspectives and employs multiple lenses to provide a comprehensive understanding of the way organisations function in India. This collection of research studies focuses on a diversity of issues that organisations in India face, along with the differences in their contexts. The common theme across all chapters is an assessment of the extent to which Indian organisations has brought about the convergence of resources to build a modern nation-state. Focusing on alternative ways of looking at organisational phenomena, the contributing authors bring together their vast experience in academia and practice in their writings to present a nuanced picture of organisational practices and behaviour. With its emphasis on perspectives embedded in the Indian context, this book will be of immense value to students and scholars of psychology, organisational studies and comparative management, and scientist-professionals in India and abroad. It will also interest transnational organisations operating in India and those employing Indians in other countries. Seller Inventory # 119633

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Dr Agam Prasad (Gen. ed.) & Prashant Srivastava (ed.)

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About this Item: Swati Publications/Agam Kala Prakashan, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Swati Publications, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: 1. The Lotus in Indian art, though and literature/Devendra Handa. 2. The Kushana King Vima Takshuma : An epigraphical and numismatic overview/Prashant Srivastava. 4. The account of nearchos voyage?an appraisal/U.P. Arora. 6. The identity and place of Prakasaditya in Gupta history: numismatic perspectives/Ashvini Agrawal. 7. The common man?s presence in early Buddhism/A.K. Sinha. 8. A study of the sacred places of Rajasthan/Vibha Upadhyaya. 9. Tracing the roots of the Harappan spring/R.S. Bisht. 11. Ganjifa: the earliest playing cards of India: (an unpublished pack)/Brajesh Krishna. 12. Hindu caves at Ellora/A.P. Jamkhedkar. 13. Mahabharatha in early Tamil tradition/K.V. Raman and T. Pandmaja. 14. Andhra contribution to Buddhism: doctrine, art and culture/S. Nagaraju. 15. Progress in history/S.N. Misra. 17. Professor Kosambi?s researches in Indian archaeology/M.K. Dhavalikar. 18. Changing dimensions of archaeology in Ganga Valley/B.R. Mani. 19. Naga in the plastic art tradition of ancient India/R.K. Sharma. 20. The Calukyas of Kalyana and the Seunas/Shrinivas Ritti. 22. Uddalaka Aruni and the making of Indian science/P.S. Chaturvedi. 23. Krsna in art/R.D.Trivedi. 24. The ware house at Khirsara?an amazing Harappan architecture/Jitendra Nath, R.N. Kumaran and Bipin Chandra. 25. Ancient trade routes in Palani Hills, Tamil Nadu as gleaned from recent explorations/R.N. Kumaran and M. Saranya. 26. Later Gupta?s and Maukhari inscriptions and art/Sheo Bahadur Singh. 27. NBP ware and the black lustrous ware from Kangra Valley/Amar Nath Khanna. 28. Natural disaster in Kedarnath Valley/A.S. Bisht. 29. Archaic star shaped terracotta figurines from Sanchankot, District Unnao/D.P. Tewari. 30. Social structure of the post-Mauryan times: a fresh appraisal/Mamta Mishra. 31. Origin and development of Shia educational system and institutions in Awadh/Syed Najmul Raza Rizvi. 32. The memsahibs and the monuments of India: their narrations/Shalini Awasthi. 33. Chamunda in Orrissa in iconography/Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra. 34. The nine missions of Asoka: Sri Lankan context/Anand Singh. 37. Western chalukya temple architecture?the Kalyani Chalukyan style/Piyush Bhargava. Vol. II: 38. Ceramic traditions in early farming communities of middle gagentic plans/Anil Kumar. 40. Ancient settlement patters and geomorphology of Saryupara region including the districts of Balrampur, Bahraich, Gonda and Sravasti/Durgesh Kumar Srivastava. 43. Ratnagiri: locating the missing link between Sarnath and Borobudur/Sushma Trivedi. 44. A copper plate of Bundela Hindupati/Jai Prakash. 46. World heritage site, Bhimbetka: a sacred landscape from time immemorial/J. Manuel and Pradeep Kumar Pandey. 47. Monastic establishment in the rock-art sites of Central India/S.S. Gupta. 49. Settlement pattern and life in Neolithic-chalcolithic period in Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Shitala Prasad Singh. 50. Indo-Arab trading posts along the Saurashtra Coast, Gujarat, India/A.A. Gaur and Sundaresh. 52. Dissemination of art and culture through tourism/Samira Dasgupta. 53. Cultural practices of Bakung?a sacred drum among the Toto/Amitabha Sarkar and Samira Dasgupta. 54. Kanheri three monks and their legends/Suraj A. Pandit. 55. Political participation of women in early India/Krishna Murari. 57. Some reflections on environmental and hygiene in the Dharmasutra (With special reference to Apastamba and Gautama)/Durgesh Kumar. 60. Some aspects of Sankisa seals from Shastri?s excavations/Subodh Kumar Shukla. 63. Archaeological significance of Deoraon/Sandeep Kumar Chaudhary. 66. Inter faith relations for transformation in higher education/Prashant Singh. 69. Efforescence of Ganga-Jamuni culture of Awadh under the Nawabs/Radhey Shyam Verma. 70. A new dimension towards the Printed Pages: 766. Seller Inventory # 80806

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About this Item: Swati Publications/Agam Kala Prakashan, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Swati Publications, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: 1. The Lotus in Indian art, though and literature/Devendra Handa. 2. The Kushana King Vima Takshuma : An epigraphical and numismatic overview/Prashant Srivastava. 4. The account of nearchos voyageâ"an appraisal/U.P. Arora. 6. The identity and place of Prakasaditya in Gupta history: numismatic perspectives/Ashvini Agrawal. 7. The common manâs presence in early Buddhism/A.K. Sinha. 8. A study of the sacred places of Rajasthan/Vibha Upadhyaya. 9. Tracing the roots of the Harappan spring/R.S. Bisht. 11. Ganjifa: the earliest playing cards of India: (an unpublished pack)/Brajesh Krishna. 12. Hindu caves at Ellora/A.P. Jamkhedkar. 13. Mahabharatha in early Tamil tradition/K.V. Raman and T. Pandmaja. 14. Andhra contribution to Buddhism: doctrine, art and culture/S. Nagaraju. 15. Progress in history/S.N. Misra. 17. Professor Kosambiâs researches in Indian archaeology/M.K. Dhavalikar. 18. Changing dimensions of archaeology in Ganga Valley/B.R. Mani. 19. Naga in the plastic art tradition of ancient India/R.K. Sharma. 20. The Calukyas of Kalyana and the Seunas/Shrinivas Ritti. 22. Uddalaka Aruni and the making of Indian science/P.S. Chaturvedi. 23. Krsna in art/R.D.Trivedi. 24. The ware house at Khirsaraâ"an amazing Harappan architecture/Jitendra Nath, R.N. Kumaran and Bipin Chandra. 25. Ancient trade routes in Palani Hills, Tamil Nadu as gleaned from recent explorations/R.N. Kumaran and M. Saranya. 26. Later Guptaâs and Maukhari inscriptions and art/Sheo Bahadur Singh. 27. NBP ware and the black lustrous ware from Kangra Valley/Amar Nath Khanna. 28. Natural disaster in Kedarnath Valley/A.S. Bisht. 29. Archaic star shaped terracotta figurines from Sanchankot, District Unnao/D.P. Tewari. 30. Social structure of the post-Mauryan times: a fresh appraisal/Mamta Mishra. 31. Origin and development of Shia educational system and institutions in Awadh/Syed Najmul Raza Rizvi. 32. The memsahibs and the monuments of India: their narrations/Shalini Awasthi. 33. Chamunda in Orrissa in iconography/Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra. 34. The nine missions of Asoka: Sri Lankan context/Anand Singh. 37. Western chalukya temple architectureâ"the Kalyani Chalukyan style/Piyush Bhargava. Vol. II: 38. Ceramic traditions in early farming communities of middle gagentic plans/Anil Kumar. 40. Ancient settlement patters and geomorphology of Saryupara region including the districts of Balrampur, Bahraich, Gonda and Sravasti/Durgesh Kumar Srivastava. 43. Ratnagiri: locating the missing link between Sarnath and Borobudur/Sushma Trivedi. 44. A copper plate of Bundela Hindupati/Jai Prakash. 46. World heritage site, Bhimbetka: a sacred landscape from time immemorial/J. Manuel and Pradeep Kumar Pandey. 47. Monastic establishment in the rock-art sites of Central India/S.S. Gupta. 49. Settlement pattern and life in Neolithic-chalcolithic period in Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Shitala Prasad Singh. 50. Indo-Arab trading posts along the Saurashtra Coast, Gujarat, India/A.A. Gaur and Sundaresh. 52. Dissemination of art and culture through tourism/Samira Dasgupta. 53. Cultural practices of Bakungâ"a sacred drum among the Toto/Amitabha Sarkar and Samira Dasgupta. 54. Kanheri three monks and their legends/Suraj A. Pandit. 55. Political participation of women in early India/Krishna Murari. 57. Some reflections on environmental and hygiene in the Dharmasutra (With special reference to Apastamba and Gautama)/Durgesh Kumar. 60. Some aspects of Sankisa seals from Shastriâs excavations/Subodh Kumar Shukla. 63. Archaeological significance of Deoraon/Sandeep Kumar Chaudhary. 66. Inter faith relations for transformation in higher education/Prashant Singh. 69. Efforescence of Ganga-Jamuni culture of Awadh under the Nawabs/Radhey Shyam Verma. 70. A new dimension towards the Printed Pages: 766. Seller Inventory # 80806

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About this Item: Swati Publications, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: 1. The Lotus in Indian art, though and literature/Devendra Handa. 2. The Kushana King Vima Takshuma : An epigraphical and numismatic overview/Prashant Srivastava. 4. The account of nearchos voyagean appraisal/U.P. Arora. 6. The identity and place of Prakasaditya in Gupta history: numismatic perspectives/Ashvini Agrawal. 7. The common mans presence in early Buddhism/A.K. Sinha. 8. A study of the sacred places of Rajasthan/Vibha Upadhyaya. 9. Tracing the roots of the Harappan spring/R.S. Bisht. 11. Ganjifa: the earliest playing cards of India: (an unpublished pack)/Brajesh Krishna. 12. Hindu caves at Ellora/A.P. Jamkhedkar. 13. Mahabharatha in early Tamil tradition/K.V. Raman and T. Pandmaja. 14. Andhra contribution to Buddhism: doctrine, art and culture/S. Nagaraju. 15. Progress in history/S.N. Misra. 17. Professor Kosambis researches in Indian archaeology/M.K. Dhavalikar. 18. Changing dimensions of archaeology in Ganga Valley/B.R. Mani. 19. Naga in the plastic art tradition of ancient India/R.K. Sharma. 20. The Calukyas of Kalyana and the Seunas/Shrinivas Ritti. 22. Uddalaka Aruni and the making of Indian science/P.S. Chaturvedi. 23. Krsna in art/R.D.Trivedi. 24. The ware house at Khirsaraan amazing Harappan architecture/Jitendra Nath, R.N. Kumaran and Bipin Chandra. 25. Ancient trade routes in Palani Hills, Tamil Nadu as gleaned from recent explorations/R.N. Kumaran and M. Saranya. 26. Later Guptas and Maukhari inscriptions and art/Sheo Bahadur Singh. 27. NBP ware and the black lustrous ware from Kangra Valley/Amar Nath Khanna. 28. Natural disaster in Kedarnath Valley/A.S. Bisht. 29. Archaic star shaped terracotta figurines from Sanchankot, District Unnao/D.P. Tewari. 30. Social structure of the post-Mauryan times: a fresh appraisal/Mamta Mishra. 31. Origin and development of Shia educational system and institutions in Awadh/Syed Najmul Raza Rizvi. 32. The memsahibs and the monuments of India: their narrations/Shalini Awasthi. 33. Chamunda in Orrissa in iconography/Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra. 34. The nine missions of Asoka: Sri Lankan context/Anand Singh. 37. Western chalukya temple architecturethe Kalyani Chalukyan style/Piyush Bhargava. Vol. II: 38. Ceramic traditions in early farming communities of middle gagentic plans/Anil Kumar. 40. Ancient settlement patters and geomorphology of Saryupara region including the districts of Balrampur, Bahraich, Gonda and Sravasti/Durgesh Kumar Srivastava. 43. Ratnagiri: locating the missing link between Sarnath and Borobudur/Sushma Trivedi. 44. A copper plate of Bundela Hindupati/Jai Prakash. 46. World heritage site, Bhimbetka: a sacred landscape from time immemorial/J. Manuel and Pradeep Kumar Pandey. 47. Monastic establishment in the rock-art sites of Central India/S.S. Gupta. 49. Settlement pattern and life in Neolithic-chalcolithic period in Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Shitala Prasad Singh. 50. Indo-Arab trading posts along the Saurashtra Coast, Gujarat, India/A.A. Gaur and Sundaresh. 52. Dissemination of art and culture through tourism/Samira Dasgupta. 53. Cultural practices of Bakunga sacred drum among the Toto/Amitabha Sarkar and Samira Dasgupta. 54. Kanheri three monks and their legends/Suraj A. Pandit. 55. Political participation of women in early India/Krishna Murari. 57. Some reflections on environmental and hygiene in the Dharmasutra (With special reference to Apastamba and Gautama)/Durgesh Kumar. 60. Some aspects of Sankisa seals from Shastris excavations/Subodh Kumar Shukla. 63. Archaeological significance of Deoraon/Sandeep Kumar Chaudhary. 66. Inter faith relations for transformation in higher education/Prashant Singh. 69. Efforescence of Ganga-Jamuni culture of Awadh under the Nawabs/Radhey Shyam Verma. 70. A new dimension towards the traditions of Lakshmi worship/Udai Narain Sinha and Mohit Sinha. 71. Chinese porcelain in India/Alok Tripathi and Aprajita Sharma. 72. A case study of restoration of two damaged sculptures on Northern gateway of the grea. Seller Inventory # 114381

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About this Item: Swati Publications/Agam Kala Prakashan, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Swati Publications, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: 1. The Lotus in Indian art, though and literature/Devendra Handa. 2. The Kushana King Vima Takshuma : An epigraphical and numismatic overview/Prashant Srivastava. 4. The account of nearchos voyageâ"an appraisal/U.P. Arora. 6. The identity and place of Prakasaditya in Gupta history: numismatic perspectives/Ashvini Agrawal. 7. The common manâs presence in early Buddhism/A.K. Sinha. 8. A study of the sacred places of Rajasthan/Vibha Upadhyaya. 9. Tracing the roots of the Harappan spring/R.S. Bisht. 11. Ganjifa: the earliest playing cards of India: (an unpublished pack)/Brajesh Krishna. 12. Hindu caves at Ellora/A.P. Jamkhedkar. 13. Mahabharatha in early Tamil tradition/K.V. Raman and T. Pandmaja. 14. Andhra contribution to Buddhism: doctrine, art and culture/S. Nagaraju. 15. Progress in history/S.N. Misra. 17. Professor Kosambiâs researches in Indian archaeology/M.K. Dhavalikar. 18. Changing dimensions of archaeology in Ganga Valley/B.R. Mani. 19. Naga in the plastic art tradition of ancient India/R.K. Sharma. 20. The Calukyas of Kalyana and the Seunas/Shrinivas Ritti. 22. Uddalaka Aruni and the making of Indian science/P.S. Chaturvedi. 23. Krsna in art/R.D.Trivedi. 24. The ware house at Khirsaraâ"an amazing Harappan architecture/Jitendra Nath, R.N. Kumaran and Bipin Chandra. 25. Ancient trade routes in Palani Hills, Tamil Nadu as gleaned from recent explorations/R.N. Kumaran and M. Saranya. 26. Later Guptaâs and Maukhari inscriptions and art/Sheo Bahadur Singh. 27. NBP ware and the black lustrous ware from Kangra Valley/Amar Nath Khanna. 28. Natural disaster in Kedarnath Valley/A.S. Bisht. 29. Archaic star shaped terracotta figurines from Sanchankot, District Unnao/D.P. Tewari. 30. Social structure of the post-Mauryan times: a fresh appraisal/Mamta Mishra. 31. Origin and development of Shia educational system and institutions in Awadh/Syed Najmul Raza Rizvi. 32. The memsahibs and the monuments of India: their narrations/Shalini Awasthi. 33. Chamunda in Orrissa in iconography/Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra. 34. The nine missions of Asoka: Sri Lankan context/Anand Singh. 37. Western chalukya temple architectureâ"the Kalyani Chalukyan style/Piyush Bhargava. Vol. II: 38. Ceramic traditions in early farming communities of middle gagentic plans/Anil Kumar. 40. Ancient settlement patters and geomorphology of Saryupara region including the districts of Balrampur, Bahraich, Gonda and Sravasti/Durgesh Kumar Srivastava. 43. Ratnagiri: locating the missing link between Sarnath and Borobudur/Sushma Trivedi. 44. A copper plate of Bundela Hindupati/Jai Prakash. 46. World heritage site, Bhimbetka: a sacred landscape from time immemorial/J. Manuel and Pradeep Kumar Pandey. 47. Monastic establishment in the rock-art sites of Central India/S.S. Gupta. 49. Settlement pattern and life in Neolithic-chalcolithic period in Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Shitala Prasad Singh. 50. Indo-Arab trading posts along the Saurashtra Coast, Gujarat, India/A.A. Gaur and Sundaresh. 52. Dissemination of art and culture through tourism/Samira Dasgupta. 53. Cultural practices of Bakungâ"a sacred drum among the Toto/Amitabha Sarkar and Samira Dasgupta. 54. Kanheri three monks and their legends/Suraj A. Pandit. 55. Political participation of women in early India/Krishna Murari. 57. Some reflections on environmental and hygiene in the Dharmasutra (With special reference to Apastamba and Gautama)/Durgesh Kumar. 60. Some aspects of Sankisa seals from Shastriâs excavations/Subodh Kumar Shukla. 63. Archaeological significance of Deoraon/Sandeep Kumar Chaudhary. 66. Inter faith relations for transformation in higher education/Prashant Singh. 69. Efforescence of Ganga-Jamuni culture of Awadh under the Nawabs/Radhey Shyam Verma. 70. A new dimension towards the Printed Pages: 766. Seller Inventory # 80806

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