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B.N. Mukherjee

Published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt Ltd, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8121511895 ISBN 13: 9788121511896

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About this Item: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. First. 574pp. Volume 1. This volume deals with the numismatic art of India up to c. AD 1835. The modern age in Indian coinage commenced in about that year. The present treatise is divided into ten chapters and three appendices. While all the chapters are written by Prof. B.N. Mukherjee, appendices I, II, III are written respectively by Dr. Sabita Sharma, Dr. S. Suresh and Dr. Danish Moin, and revised of rearranged by Prof. B.N. Mukherjee. There are a List of Abbreviations and Select Bibliography. Numerous plates at the end illustrate several of the points discussed in the preceeding pages. This volume contains a comprehensive history of art in Indian coins during the early and mediaeval periods. It embodies the first ever attempt in this directions. It is expected that the present treatise will be well recieved by the academic world. Volume 2. This volume contains an Album of Masterpiece of Indian Coins. The album includes photographs of excellent Indian coins of early and mediaeval periods. Each photograph is provided with a caption. The relevant coins are significant for the study of numismatic art of early and medieval India. The album is expected to of great help to the students of art and coins and also to the interested public. Seller Inventory # 395413

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Gouriswar Bhattacharya (Ed.)

Published by Kaveri Book Service, New Delhi, India (2007)

ISBN 10: 8174790802 ISBN 13: 9788174790804

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About this Item: Kaveri Book Service, New Delhi, India, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. This book is a collection of forty research papers in honour of Prof. Enamul Haque, founder and formerly Director General of the Bangladesh National Museum and Director of the International Centre for Study of Bengal Art at Dhaka, Bangladesh. These papers are contributed by eminent scholars from India and abroad who acknowledge him as an international scholar and admire him in the scholarly world. These articles, with notes, references and bibliography are well illustrated and are grouped into five sections, viz. Section-I: Archaeology; Section-II: Art and Iconography; Section-III: Architecture; Section-IV: Epigraphy and Numismatics; and Section-V: Religion. Contents: Section-I: Archaeology: (1) Kunor: the Village of Potters: An Archaeo-Ethnological Study/ Mandira Bhattacharya; (2) Subsistence Strategies of the Chalcolithic People of Bengal: A Case Study/ Asok Datta; (3) A Unique Burial System of the Ahoms/ S Jamal Hasan; (4) History of Cattagrama Port/ Shahnaj Husne Jahan; (5) Wari-Bateshwar and Archaeology of Bangladesh/ Abu Imam; (6) A Preliminary Study on Amulets and Pendants found at Wari-Bateshwar, Bangladesh/ S S Mostafizur Rahman/ (7) Buddhist Relics and Relic-caskets: An Archaeological Study/ Mallar Mitra; (8) Pre-Muslim Terracotta Ringwell: Excavated Remains from Mahasthangarh/ Nasir Uddin Mobin. Section-II: Art and Iconography: (9) Representation of the Twenty-eight Buddhas of Former Aeons at Bagan/ Eva Allinger; (10) The Hidden God: Some Remarks on Yama and the Protectors of the Sacred Space in Buddhist Art/ C Bautze-Picron; (11) A Unique Jaina Ayagapatta from Lower Bengal/ Sudipa Bandyopadhyay; (12) Vasudeva-Visnu Images from Bengal: Development and Innovation: Is Lotus an Essential Attribute?/ Gouriswar Bhattacharya; (13) Mughal Paintings in the Freer Art Gallery, Washington/ Zia Uddin Desai; (14) On the Semiotic Function of Tress in Early Indian Art/ Adalbert J Gail; (15) Transmigration on Legends between India the Hellenistic World: Two Cases/ Suchandra Ghosh; (16) Saree: Proud Heritage of the Women of South Asia/ Zulekha Haque; (17) Meru, Samavasarana and Simhasana: The Recurrence of Three-Tiered Structures in Jaina Cosmology, Mythology and Ritual/ Julia A B Hegewald; (18) Representations of Hariti in Bihar-Bengal/ Isabell Johne; (19) An Attempt at the Dating of Shah-ji-ki-Dheri Casket/ Sarita Khettry; (20) Images of Buddhist Goddesses accompanied by Astral Deities/ Gerd Mevissen; (21) On the importance of the Dharmakosa Samgraha: A Little Known Text on Buddhist Iconography/ Shyam Chand Mukherji; (22) A Pala Period Peacock Jataka Panel in the Norton Simon Museum/ Pratapaditya Pal; (23) Cultural Context in Indian Art: An Introspection/ R C Sharma; (24) Deccani Ceiling Panels showing Astadikpalas and Natesa: An Analysis/ Corinna Wessels-Mevissen; (25) The Indo-Portuguese Quilt and its Influence on the Nakshi Kantha/ Niaz Zaman. Section-III: Architecture: (26) Hammams of the Mughal Period in Bangladesh/ Nazimuddin Ahmed; (27) Madrasah Architecture in Sultanate Bengal/ Khoundar Alamgir; (28) Unpublished views of Dhaka (Dacca) by Sir Charles D'Oyly, 7th Baronet/ Joachim K Bautze; (29) The Shmashana Temples of Joydevpur in the Ghazipur District/ Nazly Chowdhury; (30) Some Important Aspects of Manarah/ Muhammad Abdul Qadir. Section-IV: Epigraphy & Numismatics: (31) Two Undeciphered Inscriptions of Varendra: An Appraisal/ A K M Yaqub Ali; (32) Re-editing the Junwani Copper Plate Inscription of Mahasivagupta Balarjuna, Regnal Year 57/ Susmita Basu Majumdar; (33) In Search of Silver South East Asian Source for the Coinage of Bengal/ Pranab K Chattopadhyay; (34) An Ornamented Brahmi Inscription/ B N Mukherjee; (35) Madhipur Hoard of Copper Punch-marked Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta/ Dolly Mukherjee; (36) Some Observations on the Ashrafpur Plates of Devakhadga/ Sayantani Pal; (37) Silver Coins of the Bengal Sultans: Designs and Artistic Motifs (13th-16th Century)/ Sutapa Sinha; (38) Nadiabhanga Copper Plate Charter. Seller Inventory # 104178

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B.N. Mukherjee

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About this Item: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.?, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Numerous Colour & B/w Coins Illustrations (illustrator). First. Volume 1. This volume deals with the numismatic art of India up to c. AD 1835. The modern age in Indian coinage commenced in about that year. The present treatise is divided into ten chapters and three appendices. While all the chapters are written by Prof. B.N. Mukherjee, appendices I, II, III are written respectively by Dr. Sabita Sharma, Dr. S. Suresh and Dr. Danish Moin, and revised of rearranged by Prof. B.N. Mukherjee. There are a List of Abbreviations and Select Bibliography. Numerous plates at the end illustrate several of the points discussed in the preceeding pages. This volume contains a comprehensive history of art in Indian coins during the early and mediaeval periods. It embodies the first ever attempt in this directions. It is expected that the present treatise will be well recieved by the academic world. Volume 2. This volume contains an Album of Masterpiece of Indian Coins. The album includes photographs of excellent Indian coins of early and mediaeval periods. Each photograph is provided with a caption. The relevant coins are significant for the study of numismatic art of early and medieval India. The album is expected to of great help to the students of art and coins and also to the interested public. Seller Inventory # MRML-9788121511896

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Shankar Goyal

Published by Book Enclave, Jaipur (2004)

ISBN 10: 8181520017 ISBN 13: 9788181520012

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. The Indus Civilization and Vedic culture 1. Harappan Civilization problems of perspective/Vijay Kumar Thakur. 2. The Indus Sarasvati Civilization recent researches and new developments/Swarajya Prakash Gupta. 3. The Harappans and the Aryans/Kiran Kumar Thaplyal. 4. Rgvedic seas/J.N. Asopa. 6. Aryavarta and Jambudvipa/Ajay Mitra Shastri. II. Political history and ideas and epigraphy and numismatics 7. New perspectives in political history/Om Prakash. 8. The Gupta era a review/Rajwant Rao. 9. Impact of religion on the policies of Samudragupta/S.K. Purohit. 10. Two notes on Gupta Pushyabhuti period/S.V. Sohoni. 11. Kumaragupta and Skandagupta Kramaditya of the Gupta dynasty/I.K. Sarma. 12. Was there a semi independent king named Nrpamitra at Mathura in the fifth century AD/Jagannath Agrawal. 13. Punjab under the Guptas (c. 310 550)/Upendra Thakur. 14. Dravyavardhana the king of Avanti/Lallanji Gopal. 15. A gold coin of Bhanugupta Prakasaditya/B.P. Sinha. 16. A Kannada inscription from Desing Borgaon dated Saka 1071/V.B. Kolte. 17. Epigraphy some recent studies and new discoveries/T.P. Verma. 18. Dharma Vijaya/K.G. Krishnan. 19. The ideology of Gupta kingship/David N. Lorenzen. 20. Coronation ceremony and royal authority/Manorama Upadhyaya. 21. War in ancient India some reflections/Nirmala Upadhyaya. 22. Political undertones in select Buddhist Sanskrit works/Sanjay Joshi. III. Social and economic life and institutions 23. Two notes on Vedic social organisation/Mahesh Vikram Singh. 24. Origin of untouchability in India a review/Om Prakash. 25. Social stratification in ancient India/Vivekanand Jha. 26. Vaisyas in Vedic India role of the masses in early Aryan society/Priti K. Mitra. 27. Manu on the status of women/Ashvini Agrawal. 28. Economic status of Indian women in the age of Mahavira and Buddha/Savita Vishnoi. 29. On the pre Vatsyayana Kamasutra tradition/P.K. Agrawala. 30. Social glimpses from Kalidasa/Anupa Pande. 31. Some important socio administrative problems of ancient India (c. 800 BC 400 BC)/S.K. Maity. 32. No Taxation without protection/Nirmala Upadhyaya. 33. Labour welfare in ancient India/Laxmi Narain Mathur. 34. Urbanisation in the territory of Bengal (West Bengal and Bangladesh) of the Maurya age/B.N. Mukherjee. IV. Religion and religious life 35. Social background of early Buddhism/K.D. Bajpai. 36. Ethics of a Bodhisattva and universal welfare/N.H. Samtani. 37. Some aspects of the Buddhist contribution to Indian psychology/Hemant K. Sharma. 38. The condition of the Buddhist Church as reflected in the inscriptions of Western India/Gindallian Mangvungh. 39. Malli the Jina extraordinaire of Jainism/Jagdish P. Sharma. 40. Socio religious ideas and institutions associated with the Varaha worship/Anil K. Gupta. 41. Kasmir Saivism and the Saiva tradition of dance a homonomy of religious and aesthetic traditions/Susmita Pande. 42. Indian sources on the life of Jesus Christ/Arun. V. Art 43. Approaches to Indian art/Swarajya Prakash Gupta. 44. The abstract in Osian iconography/D.D. Kaushik. 45. Some reflections on the approach to art/Anupa Pande. 46. The evidence of Shaikhan Dheri excavations on the origin of the Buddha image/Nisar Ahmad. 47. Relics of art from Khanpur (Punjab)/Devendra Handa. 48. Religious and ideological background of the Gupta Art/S.N. Chaturvedi. 49. The art treasures of Sanghol/Shashi Asthana. 50. Ramayana in painted scrolls of Bangladesh and South East Asia/S.K. Sharma. 51. V.S. Agrawala historian par excellence of art and culture/Shankar Goyal. (One article is in Hindi). The present volume is a study of some of the major problems of ancient Indian history and culture in the light of new discoveries and approaches which make it imperative of us to re examine the contours of our ancient past afresh. 564 pp. Seller Inventory # 53320

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B N Mukherjee

Published by Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I. Historical and Aesthetics Perspectives Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Art in the early indigenous coins. 3. Art in the coins of the early non indigenous rulers (1). 4. Art in the coins of the early non indigenous rulers (II). 5. Art in the coinage of the Gupta empire. 6. Art in the post Gupta coinages in North India. 7. Art in the coins of Peninsular India (from the fourth to the thirteenth centuries). 8. Numismatic art in mediaeval India (First Phase) the coins of the Sultanates and Vijayanagara. 9. Numismatic art in mediaeval India (Second Phase) the coins of the Mughals and their contemporaries. 10. Epilogue. Appendices i. Symbols on Punch marked coins by Sabita Sharma. ii. Devices on the coins of far south of the early centuries AD by S. Suresh. iii. Art of Islamic calligraphy on Indian coins by Danish Moin. Select bibliography. Vol. II. An Album of the Masterpieces of Indian Coins Preface. I. 1. Punch marked coins. 2. Early uninscribed cast and die struck coins. 3. Local and tribal coins. 4. Coins of the Indo Greeks. 5. Coins of the Saka Pahlava rulers. II. 6. The coins of the imperial Kushanas and their successors. 7. Coins of the early far south and the Deccan. 8. The coins of the imperial Guptas. 9. Coins of proto mediaeval North India. 10. Coins of proto mediaeval South India. III. 11. Coins of mediaeval South India. 12. Coins of mediaeval North and Central India (Pre Mughal). 13. Coins of the imperial Mughals. 14. Coins of mediaeval North East India. 15. The Sikh coinage. 16. Coins of the early modern period. Volume I deals with the numismatic art of India up to C. AD 1835. The modern age in Indian coinage commenced in about that year. Volume I divided into ten chapters and three appendices. It contains a comprehensive history of art in Indian coins during the early and mediaeval periods. It embodies the first ever attempt in this directions. It is expected that the present treatise will be well received by the academic world. The volume two contains an Album of Masterpieces of Indian coins. The Album includes photographs of excellent Indian coins of early and mediaeval periods (with some exceptions). Each photograph is provided with a caption. The relevant coins are significant for the study of numismatic art of early and mediaeval India. The album is expected to be of great help to the students of art and coins and also to the interested public. 562 pp. Seller Inventory # 66624

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About this Item: 1972, 1972. Condition: New. ARTICLES 1. Shah-Chien-P'i-P'o-Sha by P. V. Bapat 2. Kamasastra Quotations in the Katha Literature by Ludwik Sternbach 3. Some Further Observations on the Problems of the original Yogayajnavalkya by C. T. Kenghe 4. Siva as Promulgator of traditional learning and Patron Deity of the Fine Arts by J. Bruce Long 5. Theory of Commendation and Sub-infeudation in Ancient India by Radhakrishna Choudhary 6. Al-Djummal and Decimal Notation in Indo-Muslim Epigraphy by D. V. Chauhan 7. The Kalamukhas of the Sakti-Parisad by David Lorenzen 8. The Nighantu of Sodhala by P. V. Sharma 9. Mauran Art and the " Episode " Theory by D. Devahuti 10. Panini : Statistical Study of Sanskrit Formations by M. D. Pandit MISCELLANEA 11. Descrepancy between the Samhita and the Pada Texts of the Rgveda by K. V. Abhyankar 12. Sutradhara by M. K. Dhavalikar 13. " Akara " and " Ariake" by S. Sankaranarayanan 14. Savitri-From Samhitas to Grhyasutras by Krishna Lal REVIEWS 15. Jaina Philosophy, by Mohan Lal Mehta, reviewed by A. N. Upadhye 16. India as seen in the Brhatsamhita of Varahamihira, by Dr. Ajaya Mitra Shastri, reviewed by A. D. P. 17.1. Outlines of Sanskrit Poetics, by Dr. G. Vijayavardhana, 2. Sudamsanacariu of Nayanandi, edited by Dr. Hiralal Jain, 3. A Critical Study of Mahapurana of Puspadanta, by Dr. (Smt.) Ratna Nagesh Shriyan, 4. Proceedings of the Seminar in Prakrit Studies, reviewed by M. V. Patwardhan 18.1. Some Aspects of Applied Linguistics, by A. M. Ghatage, 2. Belts and Aryans, by Suniti Kumar Chatterji, 3. The Pengo Language, Grammar, Texts and Vocabulary, by T. Burrow and S. Bhattacharya, reviewed by M. K. Mehendale 19.1. Nana on Lion - A Study in Kushan Numismatic Art, by B. N. Mukherjee, 2. The Yadavas and their Times, by O. P. Verma, reviewed by M. K. Dhavalikar 20. The Vyasa-Subhasita-Samgraha, by Ludwik Sternbach, LL. D. reviewed by R. N. Gadre 21. Malayamaruta ( part one ) ed. V. Raghavan, reviewed by K. P. Jog 22. 1. Golasara of Garya-Kerala Nilakantha Someyaji : Critically edited with Introduction by K.V. Sarma, 2. A Critical Study of the Ancient Hindu Astronomy in the Light and Language of the modern, by D. A. Somayaji, reviewed by D. G. Dhavale 23. Bhartrhari : A Study of Vakyapadiya in the light of the Ancient Commentaries, by K. A. Suvramania Iyar, reviewed by G. B. Palsule 24. Nirukta-Mimamsa (in Hindi ) by Prof. Pt. Shivanarayan Shastri, reviewed by S. D. Laddu 25. The Arthaviniscayasutra and its commentary ( Nibandhana ) - written by Bhiksu Viryasridatta ; edited by Dr. N. H. Samtani, reviewed by Chitrarekha V. Kher 26. 1. Taranatha's History of Buddhism : Translated into English from Original Tibetan by Lama Chimpa and Alaka Chattopadhyaya, 2. The Teaching of the Six Heretics : according to the Pravrajyavastu of the Mula-Sarvastivadi Vinaya, edited and rendered into English by Claus Vogel, 3. Pancaskandha - Prakarana of Vasubandhu : edited and rendered into Sanskrit and English by Prof. Shanti Bhikshu Shastri, 4. A Phonological Study in the 'Phags-Pa script and the Meng-Ku Tzu-Yun, by Miyoko Nakamo, 5. A Bibliography of the Sanskrit Texts of the Saddharma - Pundarika - Sutra : by Akira Yuyama, reviewed by P. V. Bapat 27. 1. Pramana-Pramodah- by Mm. Citradhara with a Sanskrit commentary by Mm. Duhkhamocana Jha, edited by Smt. Ujjwala Sharma, 2. Love of God ( according to Saiva Siddhanta ) - by Mariasusai Dhavamany, 3. Indological Paper Vol. I - by Dr. G. T. Deshpande. 4. Bhakti Im Bhagavatapurana (in German) by Adalbert Gail, 5. The Holy Lake of the Acts of Rama : ( A Translation of Tulasi Dasa's Ramacaritamanasa )by W. Douglas P. Hill., 6. Gita-Satasloki (Ur-Gita ) edited by Prof. Keshavram K. Shastree, 7. Mandanamisra's Brahmasiddhih ( Brahmakandah ) : ( Translation, Introduction and Notes in German ) by Tilmann Vetter, 8. A Review of Beef in Ancient India, by J. Dalmia, 9. Simavrksa, ( in Marathi ), by Dr. R. S. Walimbe and Radheya Karna ( in Marathi ) by Dr. R. S. Walimbe, reviewed by V. M. Bedekar 28. India in the V. Seller Inventory # JID-109

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Ajay Mitra Shastri

Published by Aryan Books International (1999)

ISBN 10: 8173051593 ISBN 13: 9788173051593

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The Satavahanas (Andhra or Andhra-jatiya of the historical sections of the Puranas) occupy a pre-eminent position in early Deccanese history comparable only to that of the Kushanas of North India who were almost contemporaries. However, despite scholarly efforts for over a century and half, numerous basic issues appertaining them including the original seat of their power, total duration of their rule and number of monarchs of the imperial line and chronology, especially the epoch of their rise to power, not to speak of minor problems, have continued baffling historians for long for want of dependable data. The present volume represents a cooperative effort of known authorities to highlight and solve these issues in the light of fresh evidence as well as a reinterpretation of the known data occasioned by this new material. Also included in this volume are important contributions on numismatics, epigraphy, and cultural and archaeological facets. These writings have turned the volume into an indispensable source-book for students of Satavahanas and Deccanese history in particular and early Indian history in general. Hopefully it would be found interesting and thought-provoking by discerning readers. Table of Content Preface, List of Illustrations, Abbreviations, Contributors and Participants, 1. Puranas on the Satavahanas: An Archaeological-Historical Prespective - Ajay Mitra Shastri 2. Simuka was the Son of Satakarni - P. V. Parabrahma Sastry 3. The Satavahanas in Literature - (Late) S.B. Deo 4. Greek and Latin Texts on the Andhras - B.N. Mukherjee 5. The Satavahana Epoch: An Ecological Perspective - M.K. Dhavalikar 6. Satavahana: Sata-Vaz and Vaja-Sati - V.S. Pathak 7. Suitability of Paithan as Capital of the Satavahanas -D.N. Sinha 8. The Satavahanas and the Coastal Andhradesa : A Chronological Study - V. Sundara Rama Sastry 9. The Satavahanas and the Chankam Age - Raju Kalidos 10. Urban Settlements in the Deccan and Satavahana History - Aloka Parashar-Sen 11. Commerce of Jammu under the Kushanas-Possibility of Satavahana Context Analysed - (Late) Y.B. Singh 12. Early Buddhist Monachism and its Socio-Economic Implications - Himanshu Prabha Ray 13. Hala and Nagarjuna - S. V. Sohoni 14. Gunadhya and his Brihatkatha - Brahmanand Deshpande Vol. II NUMISMATICS AND EPIGRAPHY 15. Satavahana Coins in Archeological Excavations - Parmeshwari Lal Gupta 16. Satavahana Coinage: Origins and Influences - Shobhana Gokhale 17. Satavahana Coins from Veerapuram and Vaddamanu Excavations - M. Veerender and G. Maheshwari 18. Bearing of the Numismatic Evidence on the Puranic Sequence of the Satavahana Kings - Amiteshwar Jha 19. A Hoard of Miniature Copper Coins from Amaravati - P.R.K. Prasad 20. Pre-Satavahana Phase at Amaravati-Dharanikota - P.R.K. Prasad 21. New Evidences on the Early Satavahana Coinage, Culture and Commerce - I.K. Sarma 22. Ceramic Seriation and Chronology of Early Satavahana Coins - Sunil Gupta 23. Coins of the Feudatories and Contemporaries of the Satavahanas - SJ. Mangalam 24. Pitalkhora Inscriptions : A Reappraisal - S.K. Mittra 25. Administrative Divisions and Place-Names from Satavahana Inscriptions found in Maharashtra : A Case Study - Malati Mahajan ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY 26. Forts of the Satavahana Times - H.N. Singh 27. Ports of the Satavahana Period - K.P. Rao 28. Satavahana Antiquities from Adam - Amarendra Nath 29. Structural Temples under the Satavahanas - G.B. Deglurkar 30. Satavahana Terracotta Art: With Special Reference to Ter - M.N. Deshpande 31. A Satavahana Ivory Comb Found in Hungary - Parmeshwari Lal Gupta Printed Pages: 524. Seller Inventory # 76221

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Edited by Bettina Baumer; R N Misra; Chirapat Prapandvidya and Devendra Handa

Published by Tamil Arts Academy (2006)

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About this Item: Tamil Arts Academy, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Surya in a Saiva perspective: the Sambapancasika mystical hymn of Kashmir and its commentary by Ksemaraja/Bettina Baumer. 2. A spirituality of the senses in Trika Saivism of Kashmir/Ernst Furlinger. 3. Essence of Kashmir Saivism/Advaitavadini Kaul. 4. A Buddhist Bhairava/Nandana Chutiwongs. 5. Saivism in early Southern Thailand based on archaeological evidence/Phasook Indrawooth. 6. Saivism in Thailand as recorded in inscriptions and old documents from sixth century to early Ayudhya period/Chirapat Prapandvidya. 7. Aesthetics of karuna the thousand armed Avalokitesvara/Sung Min Kim. 8. The Mahabharata epic representation in Cambodia /Kambujadesa/Son Soubert. 9. The Mahabharata and some ancient Janapadas/Devendra Handa. 10. Daiva and Purusakara in the Valmiki Ramayana/Satya Vrat Shastri. 11. An interesting Kharoshti - Brahmi inscription from Mid West Bengal/B.N. Mukherjee. 12. Who's who in the cola festival/Richard H. Davis. 13. The dancing girl ("Devadasi") of South India in actual early photographs/Joachim K. Bautze. 14. Vastu Purusa/M.K. Dhavalikar. 15. Art and architecture of Gopadri region - early phase (seventh to tenth century)/R.N. Mishra. 16. On measuring images: a critical analysis of the theory of Talamana/Isabella Nardi. 17. Terminology of Orissan Silpa Sastras/Sadananda Das. 18. Art without artists? Art history and India/Stephen Inglis. 19. Once more Tamilnadu and Bengal? Iconographic affiliation: Bhiksatanamurti Siva/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 20. A reclining Gauri image with Pancadikpalas' in the Khulna Museum, Bangladesh/Gerd J.R. Mevissen. 21. A thematic view of Indian civilization/Michel Danino. 22. Saktism and Tantrism : complementary to each other/Haripriya Rangarajan. 23. The second great diffusion of Buddhism in the Trans-Himalayas/Benoy K. Behl. 24. Komala-Kanta Padavali of Gauda Vanga/Mahua Mukherje. 25. Sangam age Chera Silver Coin with a portrait and Roman type Helmet/R. Krishnamurthy. 26. Sirpur excavations 2000-2006/A.K. Sharma. "The volume Sahrdaya, consists of 26 memorable and penetrative, essays on Indian and South East Asian Art and religion, by eminent scholars from Austria, Germany, Italy, France, USA, Canada, Korea, Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia, besides India. Beginning with an admirable study of Sun as Martanda who is identified with the supreme Siva in the Advaitic Kashmir Saivism, through the text Samba Pancasika and its commentary by Kshemaraja, the book shows that the Kashmir Saiva system integrated the physical senses into spiritual life. The tradition of identifying ruling monarch and consecrating him as Bhairava (Buddhist) and the over 12 feet high stone portrait of Adityavarman of Java is studied. A comprehensive survey of Saivism in Thailand based on archaeological and epigraphical material including the latest finds, form the subject of succeeding essays. Next is a study of the impact of Mahabharata by sage Vyasa on sculptural portrayal of different phases of Cambodian Art, as at of Benteay Srei and Ankhor Vat. The Korean people's faith and adoration of Avalokitesvara (Buddhist) as the embodiment of compassion (Karuna), is outlined. The birth of Siva Sadyojata as the child of Parvati, portrayed in a Pala sculpture of Bangladesh draws our attention. The role of different temple attendants in festivals during the Chola age in 10-13 cent, is a fascinating fresh approach to the study of religion. With rare photographs, the life of Devadasis (dancing girls) in the 18 and 19 cent, is an aspect of Indian life that is presented. The need to study the living artist communities is stressed in another article. Studies in the ancient Indian Janapadas, given in Mahabharata based on numismatic evidence; a critical analysis of Talamana - the theory of measuring images; the evolution of temples of Central India; the diffusion of Bhikshatana iconography; a rare temple to Vastu purusha and many more are other important contributions on art in this valuable volume." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 63592

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Devendra Handa

Published by Sundeep Prakashan (1989)

ISBN 10: 818506718X ISBN 13: 9788185067186

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About this Item: Sundeep Prakashan, 1989. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The four sections of this book are; Archaeology, History, Historical Geography; Epigraphy and Numismatics; Art, Architecture and lconography; and Religion, Philosophy, Language and Literature. Contents Volume I Archaeology, History & Historical Geography 1. Earthquakes and Civilization-H.D. Sankalia 2. Marine Archaeology in India-S.R. Rao 3. Metallurgy in Ancient Karnataka-A.V. Narasimha Murthy 4. The Rise of Culture in Saryupur Plain (with Special Reference to Excavations of Narhan)-Purushottam Singh 5. The Burial Practices of Megalithic People : Some Observations-K.P. Rao 6. The Rgvedic Drsadvati-O.P. Bharadwaj 7. Interpretation and Archaeological Correlation of a passage from Pancavimsa Brahmana-H.A. Phadke 8. Elephantry through the Ages-G.N. Pant 9. The Naga Theory of Primitive History-H.L. Shukla 10. Political System in Early Coastal Andhra-P.V. Parabrahma Sastry 11. Ekamra Bhubaneswara-S. Tripathy 12. The So-called Murunda Rule in Orissa-Ashvini Agrawal 13. New Light on Yasodharman Visnuvardhana and the Hunas-Jagannath Agrawal 14. Political Conditions as Narrated in the Vipakasutra-Rasesh Jamindar 15. The Jain Angas and Towns-R.N. Mehta 16. Cattle-Rearing in Early Medieval India-Lallanji Gopal 17. Archaeological Excavations at Antichak-Bhagwant Sahai 18. The State and the Guilds in Medieval Andhradesa-P. Chenna Reddy 19. Identification of Supratisthita Ahara-H.S. Thosar 20. Slavery in Golden Goa-J. Velinker 21. Folkloristic Factors in Telegu Toponyms and Anthroponyms-S.S. Ramachandra Murthy Epigraphy & Numismatics 22. Pataliputra and Asoka`s Edicts-B.N. Mukherjee 23. Discovery of a Brahmi Inscription at Ter-K.D. Kawadkar 24. The Royal Epithets and the Epithets of Mahaksatrapa Rudradaman-S.P. Tewari 25. Donative Inscriptions (Dana-Sasanas) : Interpretations and Uses for Historical Research-Cynthia Talbot 26. Mehuna Stone Inscription : Saka 747-V.B. Kolte 27. Lakhari Inscription of Maharajadhiraja Abha(ya) deva, Vikrama 1124-Ram Sharma 28. Two Inscription from Nadendla-C. Somasundara Rao 29. A Fourteenth Century Bilingual Inscription from Gujarat-Z.A. Desai 30. Decipherment Century Bilingual Inscription from Gujarat-Z.A. Desai 31. Early Indian Coins and Economic History : Trends & Prospects-Krishan Mohan Shrimali 32. An Introduction to the study of Numismatic Epigraphy-Bhaskar Chatterjee 33. Numismatic Symbols in Rock Paintings-V.S. Wakankar 34. On a Numismatic Symbol : Nandipada-A.L. Srivastava 35. Rajghat Salings and their Bearing on the Religious History of Varanasi-T.P. Verma 36. Some Rare Coins of Satavahana Dynasty-D. Raja Reddy & Suryanarayana Reddy 37. Maharathi Coins & their Chronology-T.V.G. Sastri 38. salankayana Coins from Ghantasala, District Krsna (A.P)-I.K. Sarma 39. Gold Coins of Vigraharajadeva-Prashant P. Kulkarni 40. A New Copper Coin of Iltutmish-Lalman 41. The Silver Coin of Ibrahim Lodi from Chanderi Mint of Malwa Sultanate-S.K. Bhatt 42. The Rechnique of Minting Coinage in North-Eastern States of India-R.D. Choudhary 43. Rebel King Ramakanta (1769-70) and his Coins-Jai Prakash Singh Volume II Art, Architecture & Iconography 44. Problems of Rock Art-M.K. Dhavalikar 45. Buddha and Maitreya in Early India Art-K.D. Bajpai 46. Iconography of Buddhism : The Bengal Chapter-D.C. Bhattacharyya 47. Technique of Indian Sculptures : Some Preliminary Observations-Gautam Sengupta 48. Temporal Seat of Authority in Rural and Urban Settlements expresses through Religious Edifices-R. Nagaswamy 49. Fish Motif in Protohistoric India-S.P. Shukla 50. A Priceless Gem of the Sunga Terracotta Art-K.S. Shukla 51. Sasthi in Literature & Art- N.P. Joshi 52. Mahisamardini Plaque in the Gurukul Museum at Jhajjar, Haryana-R.C. Agrawal 53. Tiles from Harvan-B.V. Shetti 54. Terracottas from Thanesar-Mohinder Singh 55. Discovery of Gandhar Printed Pages: 860. Seller Inventory # 2673

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B.N. Mukherjee

Published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.? (2007)

ISBN 10: 8121511895 ISBN 13: 9788121511896

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About this Item: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.?, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Numerous Colour & B/w Coins Illustrations (illustrator). First. Volume 1. This volume deals with the numismatic art of India up to c. AD 1835. The modern age in Indian coinage commenced in about that year. The present treatise is divided into ten chapters and three appendices. While all the chapters are written by Prof. B.N. Mukherjee, appendices I, II, III are written respectively by Dr. Sabita Sharma, Dr. S. Suresh and Dr. Danish Moin, and revised of rearranged by Prof. B.N. Mukherjee. There are a List of Abbreviations and Select Bibliography. Numerous plates at the end illustrate several of the points discussed in the preceeding pages. This volume contains a comprehensive history of art in Indian coins during the early and mediaeval periods. It embodies the first ever attempt in this directions. It is expected that the present treatise will be well recieved by the academic world. Volume 2. This volume contains an Album of Masterpiece of Indian Coins. The album includes photographs of excellent Indian coins of early and mediaeval periods. Each photograph is provided with a caption. The relevant coins are significant for the study of numismatic art of early and medieval India. The album is expected to of great help to the students of art and coins and also to the interested public. Seller Inventory # MRML(I)-9788121511896

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