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H Blochmann

Published by Asiatic Society

ISBN 10: 8172361440 ISBN 13: 9788172361440

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About this Item: Asiatic Society. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. I. Geographical: I. The frontiers of Muhammadan Bengal. II. Blaev's map of Bengal and of the Mughal Empire. II. Historical: I. The initial period (1203 to 1338 A.D.). II. The second period or the period of the independent Kings of Bengal (1338 to 1538 A.D.): 1. Fakhruddin Abul Muzaffar Mubarak Shah. 2. Alauddin Abul Muzaffar Ali Shah. 3. Ikhtiyaruddin Abul Muzaffar Ghazi Shah. 4. Shyamsuddin Abul Muzaffar Ilyas Shah. 5. Abul Mujahid Sikandar Shah. 6. Ghiyasuddin Abul Muzaffar Azam Shah. 7. Saifuddin Abul Mujahid Hamzah Shah son of Azam Shah. 8. Shamsuddin son of Saifuddin Hamzah Shah. 9. Rajah Kans. 10. Jalaluddin Abul Muzaffar Muhammad Shah. 11. Shamsuddin Abul Mujahid Ahmad Shah. 12. Nasiruddin Abul Muzaffar Mahmud Shah (I). 13. Ruknuddin Abul Mujahid Barbak Shah. 14. Shamsuddin Abul Muzaffar Yusuf Shah son of Barbak Shah. 15. Sikandar Shah II. 16. Jalaluddin Abul Muzaffar Fath Shah son of Mahmud Shah. 17. Sultan Shahzadah. 18. Saifuddin Abul Muzaffar Firuz Shah (II). 19. Nasiruddin Abul Mujahid Mahmud Shah (II). 20. Shamsuddin Abul Nasr Muzaffar Shah. 21. Alauddin Abul Muzaffar Husain Shah. 22. Nasiruddin Abul Muzaffar Nusrat Shah. 23. Alauddin Abul Muzaffar Firuz Shah (III). 24. Ghiyasuddin Abul Muzaffar Mahmud Shah (III). 25. Fariduddin Abul Muzaffar Sher Shah. 26. Jalaluddin Abul Muzaffar Islam Shah. 27. Shamsuddin Abul Muzaffar Muhammad Shah (II). 28. Bahadur Shah (II). 29. Ghiyasuddin Abul Muzaffar Jalal Shah. 30. Hazrat i Ala Miyan Sulaiman. 31. Bayazid Shah (II). 32. Abul Muzaffar Daud Shah. 172 pp. Seller Inventory # 50485

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R Gopalakirshnan

Published by Regency

ISBN 10: 8187498005 ISBN 13: 9788187498001

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About this Item: Regency. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. North-east India: a perspective/R. Gopalakrishnan and Ali Ahmad. 2. Tribal situation in Manipur: an appraisal/N. Deva Singh. 3. Trends of population growth in north-eastern region, India/N.P. Goel. 4. Population trends in the north-eastern region of India/B.S. Butola. 5. Determinants of literacy in Meghalaya: a correlation- regression analysis/S. Sarma. 6. Rural transformation and the status of rural women in Kumaon Himalaya/P.C. Towari and Bhagwati Joshi. 7. Urbanisation migration and development in Uttar Pradesh/Aslam Mahmood. 8. The evolution of Federal Boundaries in the Ganga plain of Majjihimdesa: continuity and change/Barkatullah Khan. 9. A framework of spatial planning with an example/O.P. Singh and Raj L. Singh. 10. Levels of living: a study of urban housing in class I cities of Uttar Pradesh/Shahnaz Parveen. 11. Geographic inquiry and poverty issues/A.C. Mohapatra. 12. Geographic information system for sustainable agricultural development in India/ Mazhar Ali Khan. 13. Soil erosion and conservation/Zulfequar Ahmad Khan. 14. Culture and resource: a theoretical perspective/Zulfequar Ahmad Khan and Abdul Qadir. 15. Crime and media: a case study of Delhi/Tahir Husain and Mary Tahir. 16. Decadal variation in major lesser-known languages of India/M. Ishtiaq. 17. Global change and borderless landscapes: a political geography of SAARC region/Manoranjan Mohanty. 18. Comparative analysis of socialization and education among the nomads: a case study of Gadia Lohar, snake charmers and Nats in Delhi/Davinder Singh. 310 pp. Seller Inventory # 34278

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Ahmad Husain

Published by Vishvabharti, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8189000780 ISBN 13: 9788189000783

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About this Item: Vishvabharti, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Frontiers and boundaries. 3. Political region of the world. 4. Geopolitics. 5. Concept of Heart Land and Rinland. 6. Federalism. 7. Concept of nation and state. 8. Geography of imperialism. 9. Geographical location. 10. Coast peoples. 11. Rethinking of election geography. Index. This is an authentic and fascinating book which has concerned all these geographical factors in the environment and culture which make a nation politically strong and historically stable like England U.S.A. Canada among other strong countries and politically weaker and historically unstable like Zaire. A number of new dimensions have emerged on the world surface after the first and second World War on the political geographical historical economical and cultural level. There are a number of changes on the political map of the world. Many old boundaries have disappeared and many new boundaries have appeared. New concept of nationalism development and humanity have become the issues in post modern generation. Any aspect of political geography and spatial political phenomenon is the product of numerous casual forces both cultural and environmental. The political geographers play a vital role in identifying and evaluating these forces in order to understand spatial variations. 388 pp. Seller Inventory # 62269

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Edited by Shobna Nijhawan

Published by Permanent Black (2010)

ISBN 10: 8178242605 ISBN 13: 9788178242606

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About this Item: Permanent Black, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Christopher Shackle : Introduction: Urdu, nation, and community. Vasudha Dalmia : Introduction: Hindi, nation, and community. I. Geography, history, and mythology: 1. Altaf Husain "Hali" (1837-1914) : The flow and ebb of Islam/Christopher Shackle. 2. Shahab al-Din Ahmad "Saqib" (fl. 1857-1863) and Hakim Muhammad "Ahsan" (fl. 1857-1863) : The lament for Delhi/Pasha Mohamad Khan. 3. Shridhar Pathak (1860-1928) : The beauty of Kashmir/Valerie Ritter. 4. Brij Mohan Dattatreya "Kaifi" (1866-1955) : A mirror for India/Christopher Shackle. 5. Prempyari Devi (late nineteenth century) : The story of the globe/Geeta Patel. 6. Shiv (late nineteenth century) : About the nation and Bharat's Young Warriors/Geeta Patel. 7. Muhammad Iqbal (1879-1938) : Himalaya; the anthem of India; and the anthem of the community/Christopher Shackle. 8. Premchand (1880-1936) : The world's most precious object/Allison Busch. 9. Maithilisharan Gupta (1886-1964) : The slaying of Jayadrath/Pamela Lothspeich. 10. Vrindavanlal Varma (1889-1966) : Rani Lakshmi Bai/Harleen Singh. II. Confronting the colonial state: 11. Bharatendu Harishchandra (1850-1885) : The tangles of Panch/Vasudha Dalmia. 12. Shibli Nomani (1857-1914) : You are not oppressors, by any means, but still we are oppressed; religion or politics; and Muslim League/A. Sean Pue. 13. Balmukund Gupta (1865-1907) : Shivshambhu's letters to Lord Curzon/Jason Grunebaum and Ulrike Stark. 14. Brij Narain "Chakbast" (1882-1926) : A spat with Lord Curzon/Mehr Farooqi. 15. Josh Malihabadi (1896-1982) : Address to the sons of the East India Company/Christopher Shackle. 16. Ganga Prasad Shrivastav (1890-1962) : The lawyer's argument/Rahul Bjorn Parson. 17. Sa'adat Hasan Manto (1912-1955) : The progressive graveyard/Pasha Mohamad Khan. III. Confined spaces: 18. "Munir" Shikohabadi (1819-1881) : On his imprisonment/Christopher Shackle. 19. Shivrani Devi (d.1976) : In Premchand's Home/Preetha Mani. 20. Sacchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan "Ajneya" (1911-1987) : Shekhar: A Life/Vasudha Paramasivan. IV. Political nationalism: 21. "Akbar" Ilahabadi (1846-1921) : Satirical verses and excerpts from "Dialogue between new and old ways"/Mehr Farooqi. 22. Bharatendu Harishchandra (1850-1885) : The sad state of India/Francesca Orsini. 23. Bharatendu Harishchandra (1850-1885) : Levee lacks levity/Rupert Snell. 24. Thakur Jagmohan Singh (1857-1899) : The Play of the Hookah-Smoker: a Farce in Four Acts/Robert van de Walle. 25. Zafar Ali Khan (1873-1956) : India; Tommy Raj; The Christian church; Martial law; Fate's decree; The tale of Aurangzeb's Burning of sacred threads; The lightning of Islam and The threshing floor of Shuddhi; and Urdu/Christopher Shackle. 26. Sahajanand Saraswati (1889-1950) : The peasants of Gaya and our 1933 confrontation with government/Walter Hauser and Kailash Chandra Jha. 27. Chaudhuri Abdul Ghani (1890-1932) : National gatherings: our organizations/Justin Jones. V. Linguistic nationalism: 28. Bharatendu Harishchandra (1850-1885) : A discourse on the progress of Hindi/Vasudha Dalmia. 29. Ganeshbihari Mishra, Shyambihari Mishra, Shukdevbihari Mishra (1879-1951) : An early moment in the development of Hindi literary history/Allison Busch. 30. Mahavir Prasad Dwivedi (1864-1938) : The present state of Hindi/Sujata Mody. 31. Badrinath Bhatt (1891-1934) : Exposed/Avinash Kumar. VI. About women: 32. Sayyid Ahmad Khan (1817-1898) : Lessons from London/Christopher Shackle. 33. Ayodhyasinh Upadhyay "Hariaudh" (1865-1947) : Absence of the beloved/Valerie Ritter. 34. Balaji (late nineteenth century) : Suitable literature for women in Hindi/Shobna Nijhawan. 35. Shiv Sharma (late nineteenth century) : Instructions for women/Charu Gupta. 36. Ramrakh Singh Sahgal (1896-1952) : Women's society and Seva-Dharma/Balraj Persaud. 37. Chaturbhuj Ji Divaniya (late nineteenth century) : Sushila/Sneha Desai. 38. Jainendra Kumar (1905-1988) : Sunita/Sophie Hartman. VII. Untouchability: 39. Ramchandra Shukla (late n. Seller Inventory # 64083

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