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Rama Puri

Published by Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, India (1997)

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About this Item: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, India, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed pages: 352. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Seller Inventory # 037592

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Rama Puri

Published by Indian Institute of Advanced Study in Association with Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India (1997)

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About this Item: Indian Institute of Advanced Study in Association with Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Printed Pages: 352. Size: 14.5 x 22.5 Cm. Seller Inventory # 037854

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Amar Chitra Katha

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About this Item: Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The gods have always inspired extreme devotion and the desire to learn, in those who believed in them. The gods and their devotees have also inspired consuming hatred in those who represented the dark forces of evil, the demons like - Hanuman, tore open his chest to reveal Rama and Sita seated in his heart. Of such depth was his devotion. Ravana pitted all his demonic strength to vanquish Rama and make Sita his own. Of such intensity were his anger and lust. This collection contains the following titles: Hanuman Ghatotkacha Garuda Sudama The Lord Of Lanka Jagannatha Of Puri Mahiravana Kaccha And Devyani Vishwamitra Dhruva And Ashtavakra Tripura Printed Pages: 352. Seller Inventory # 32447

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Perugu Rama Krishna and G.R. Sigma

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About this Item: Authorspress, 2018. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. [Dr. Perugu Ramakrishna (born 27.05.1960) writes poetry and fiction. He has to his credit 4 books of poetry and 2 books of short-stories (edited). His famous book is Flemingo (A Long Poem in English). He is recipient of UWA Outstanding Intellectual of 21st Century Award, Chennai, Ranjani-Kundurthi National Award, Hyderabad &Millenium X-Ray National Award, Vijayawada. His literary style is "Modern Free Verse" writing. Eminent Telugu poets comments that it contains innovative expression with new and contemporary subjects. A widely published poet in various national and international arena, Dr. Sigma is currently an Assistant Professor of English at VTMNSS College, Trivandrum, affiliated to Kerala University.Besides being a poet and an article writer, she is also an editor, reviewer and advisory board member in seven international Journals. It could be noticed at first sight that her rich and thematically assorted poetry is characterised by ethical aspirations with an eloquent feminist, human and features of intimacy. Dr Sigma has got eleven years of teaching experience as a Professor in India and abroad. She authored four poetry books and recently her Feminine Blues got translated into Serbian language. World Institute of Peace, Nigeria,awarded her 'World Best Poet of the year 2017'. Recently she received 'Mirabhai Literary Award' from Organization of United Working Journalist forum supported by Public Relations Department, Puri, Govt. of Odisha on National Press day2016. She is an international director of 'World Union of Poets' and has participated in several prestigious National and international Poetry festivals.]. Seller Inventory # 123334

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Puri, Reena I.

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About this Item: Amar chitra katha. PAPERBACK. Condition: Very Good. 9386458748 Great condition for a used book! No Highlighting , No Marking. Have Minimal wear. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Seller Inventory # VU-2-2-9789386458742

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Puri, Reena I.

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About this Item: Amar chitra katha. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 9386458748. Seller Inventory # VU-11-2-9789386458742

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Manvi Seth & Carol Ann Reed (Eds)

Published by Agam Kala Prakashan, New Delhi, India (2016)

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, New Delhi, India, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. On 12 th -13 th November 2007, museum professionals assembled in National Museum Institute to participate in a conference on "Issues in Indian Museum Education: National Perspectives, International Trends’. The conference which brought together individuals from various museums and cultural institutions aimed at bringing to light the initiatives taken in the field of Museum Education in India by the Indian Scholars and also to examine the American Museum Education practices. This conference was collaborative effort between the National Museum Institute and United States Educational Foundation in India. In the History of Indian Museums spanning over almost two hundred years, museum education has been an important part of the museums. Inspite of some good land breaking examples of museum education in Indian Museums, there has been no effort to deliberate upon the subject in an academic exchange manner through a seminar. Thus there is lack of a baseline and a manual for the Indian Museums Education System. The effort of this conference has been to create useful reference material with the Indian Museum Education Case studies along with some examples from the American museums for the students and scholars alike. The deliberations of the conference were around the status of museum education in India and the future course of museum education work. The conference sessions were designed to provide an opportunity for the museum professionals to discuss issues pertaining to museum education and education policy; museum education and schools; museum education and outreach; museum education and communication; museum education and social change; museum education and varied target audience. The focus, through discussions and questions, was on "where have we been; where are we going?" Few of the key questions raised by this conference were ‘if museum visits are compulsory for students in India, why do they not come back as independent return visitors?’; ‘How to convey the educational potential of museums to all categories of visitors?’; ‘does the museum education system in Indian museums match with the education policy of India? ‘Can Museum Education be a tool for social Change?’ This publication summarizes the presentations of various speakers in the form of paper submissions authored by the invited speakers to each session of the conference. The proceedings are divided into two broad parts covering the case studies from various Indian museums and the experiences from the museums from United States of America. Among the Indian participants are noted names of the field as Dr. Saroj Ghose, Dr. Shobita Punja, Prof. K. K. Basa, Dr. S. M. Nair, Dr. Asif Naqvi, Renu Jathar, and Rama Lakshmi. The international perspective was elucidated by the American participants such as Gretchen Jennings, Alicia Stevens, Tim Groove, Dr. Ray Rist and Roberta Altman. Articles by Dr. Saroj Ghose, Dr. Premlata Puri and Prof. K. K. Basa present an overview of the approach to Museum education in India. These papers also present the audience with potential possibilities in museum education through case studies and examples. Dr. Saroj Ghose in his article ‘Immersive Visualization in Story-Telling Museums: A new tool for museum education’ demonstrates the importance of hands-on exhibits in history museums. The paper stresses that use of technology has the capacity to change the image and conventional nature of the history, art and archaeology museums in India and enliven these museums. The paper, ‘Museum "Education"- "Why" and "How" with focus on diversity of Indian Cultural Traditions’ by Dr. Premlata Puri put forwards creative methodologies for an integrated approach to museum education for various categories of museum visitors. The article by Prof. K. K. Basa is on ‘Getting Educated: Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya as a Facilitator’. The paper explores the role of museums as a facilitator of education in the context of Indian museums. Various museum educati. Seller Inventory # 109939

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B.N. Puri

Published by Agam Kala Prakashan (1994)

ISBN 10: 8173880484 ISBN 13: 9788173880483

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. History?, says Carlyle, ?is the essence of innumerable blographles? This is equally true of contemporary history and those involved in its making. It is in fact the record of achievements and failures of people who participated in any movement for achieving some objective. The present work is a collection of stray articles, papers and extracts from addresses relating to men, matters and movements connected with contemporary history. The inclusion of Adi Shankaracharya is a notable execption. His role in establising cultural unity in the country has to be acknowledged. The prominent persons included in this book include Rabindranath Tagore representing the soul of India, Sachchidanand Sinha, the senior most member of the constitutent Assembly and its interim Chairman, Gandhiji, the Father of the Nation; Nehru the scholar historian and visionary politician; Sirdar Patel the Indian Bismark; Rajendra Pasad, the home-spun leader and the First President of India; Radhakrishnan, his philosopher successor; Maulana Azad. The cultured Muslim scholar, Indira Gandhi the Iron lady; Acharaya Narendra Deva the saint politician, K.M. Munshi, the intellectual legal luminary, Sampurananand, the pedagogue Chief Minister, and B.G. Kher the Orientilist counterpart. Toynbee is included for his contribution to the history of human civilisation. The Matters included in this work are of diversified nature, but definitely of topical interest. These include secularism, its origin, meaning and implications, its future in India and abroad; Democracy-ancient and modernaits failure to survive in the past; diplomacy in its historical setting problems of Indian universities; the west in transition, and many other items like sati, panchayataraja, the place of religion and God in one?s life etc. Further, a change or movement consitutes the ebb or flow of civilisation. Down the ages India has been transmitting its ideas, ideals and culture to south-east and Central Asia. The movements as well include Buddhism, Islam and Brahmanism in all aspects, particularly the Rama legend. The present study might not provide solution to contemporary vexed problems, but it could be found useful in seeking guidance from past precedents. As pointed out by Shri Inder Jeet in his Foreword,?it is objective in approach truthful in marshalling facts, precise and clear in presentation, and honest in expression? Printed Pages: 200. Seller Inventory # 64972

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K N Dikshit and K S Ramachandran

Published by D K Printworld, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8124602980 ISBN 13: 9788124602980

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About this Item: D K Printworld, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Articles 1. Plant economy of late Harappans at Hulas/K.S. Saraswat. 2. An optimal modelling exercise for the Harappan Civilization with special reference to its regional context in Haryana India/Vijneshu Mohan. 3. Longer chronology of the Indus Saraswati Civilization/S.P. Gupta. 4. The Harappan horse was buried under the dunes of/A.K. Sharma. 5. Ayodhya and Rama/Ajay Mitra Shastri. 6. Taj Mahal some issues of conservation/O.P. Agrawal. Notes and news 7. Excavations at Golbai Sasan Dist. Puri Orissa/B.K. Sinha. 8. Ancient ports of Orissa probable causes of their decline/Sila Tripathi. 9. On the identification of Bhakti deities in rock pictures/Erwin Neumayer. 10. Ships and shipping in Orissan art/J.K. Patnaik and B.K. Tripathy. 11. Human settlements in Goa till 16 century an overview/S.K. Joshi. 12. Stupas a rare depiction in rock paintings of Gujarat India/V.H. Sonawane. 13. Music and musical instrument in Indian rock art/Erwin Neumayer. 14. Hero stones in Manki/K.V. Vasanthamadhava. Book reviews 15. D.P. Agrawal man and environment in India through ages/K.N. Dikshit. 16. S.B. Deo and Suryanath Kamath (eds) the Aryan problem/T.P. Verma. 17. A.K. Singh Saltanat Kala Main Hindu Pratirodha (Hindi)/T.P. Verma. 18. Chandramani Singh and Neelima Vashishta (eds) pathways to literature art and archaeology/S.P. Gupta. 19. Yavanika journal of the Indian society for the Greek and Roman studies/K.S. Ramachandran. List of life members. Income and expenditure statement. 106 pp. Seller Inventory # 55473

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Manvi Seth & Carol Ann Reed (Eds)

Published by Agam Kala Prakashan (2016)

ISBN 10: 8173201293 ISBN 13: 9788173201295

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. On 12 th -13 th November 2007, museum professionals assembled in National Museum Institute to participate in a conference on ?Issues in Indian Museum Education: National Perspectives, International Trends? The conference which brought together individuals from various museums and cultural institutions aimed at bringing to light the initiatives taken in the field of Museum Education in India by the Indian Scholars and also to examine the American Museum Education practices. This conference was collaborative effort between the National Museum Institute and United States Educational Foundation in India. In the History of Indian Museums spanning over almost two hundred years, museum education has been an important part of the museums. Inspite of some good land breaking examples of museum education in Indian Museums, there has been no effort to deliberate upon the subject in an academic exchange manner through a seminar. Thus there is lack of a baseline and a manual for the Indian Museums Education System. The effort of this conference has been to create useful reference material with the Indian Museum Education Case studies along with some examples from the American museums for the students and scholars alike. The deliberations of the conference were around the status of museum education in India and the future course of museum education work. The conference sessions were designed to provide an opportunity for the museum professionals to discuss issues pertaining to museum education and education policy; museum education and schools; museum education and outreach; museum education and communication; museum education and social change; museum education and varied target audience. The focus, through discussions and questions, was on ?where have we been; where are we going?? Few of the key questions raised by this conference were ?if museum visits are compulsory for students in India, why do they not come back as independent return visitors??; ?How to convey the educational potential of museums to all categories of visitors??; ?does the museum education system in Indian museums match with the education policy of India? ?Can Museum Education be a tool for social Change?? This publication summarizes the presentations of various speakers in the form of paper submissions authored by the invited speakers to each session of the conference. The proceedings are divided into two broad parts covering the case studies from various Indian museums and the experiences from the museums from United States of America. Among the Indian participants are noted names of the field as Dr. Saroj Ghose, Dr. Shobita Punja, Prof. K. K. Basa, Dr. S. M. Nair, Dr. Asif Naqvi, Renu Jathar, and Rama Lakshmi. The international perspective was elucidated by the American participants such as Gretchen Jennings, Alicia Stevens, Tim Groove, Dr. Ray Rist and Roberta Altman. Articles by Dr. Saroj Ghose, Dr. Premlata Puri and Prof. K. K. Basa present an overview of the approach to Museum education in India. These papers also present the audience with potential possibilities in museum education through case studies and examples. Dr. Saroj Ghose in his article ?Immersive Visualization in Story-Telling Museums: A new tool for museum education? demonstrates the importance of hands-on exhibits in history museums. The paper stresses that use of technology has the capacity to change the image and conventional nature of the history, art and archaeology museums in India and enliven these museums. The paper, ?Museum ?Education?- ?Why? and ?How? with focus on diversity of Indian Cultural Traditions? by Dr. Premlata Puri put forwards creative methodologies for an integrated approach to museum education for various categories of museum visitors. The artic Printed Pages: 179. Seller Inventory # 107078

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About this Item: Reference Series Books LLC Feb 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 127. Chapters: Patañjali, Paramahansa Yogananda, Yogi, Harbhajan Singh Yogi, Sri Aurobindo, Shivarudra Balayogi, Swami Kriyananda, Shivabalayogi, Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar, Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi, Baba Faqir Chand, Pandurangashram, Tirumalai Krishnamacharya, Swami Maheshwarananda, Gaudapada, Lahiri Mahasaya, Swami Ramdev, Mahamandaleshwar Swami Shankarananda, Sri Anirvan, Gregorian Bivolaru, Sivananda Saraswati, Babacar Khane, Mahendranath Gupta, Malladihalli Sri Raghavendra Swamiji, Trailanga Swami, Mahavatar Babaji, Angel Kyodo Williams, Albert Rudolph, Swami Rama, Swami Satchidananda, Tara Stiles, Sahajananda, Hudson Leick, Muktananda, Yogini, Pandit Gopi Krishna, Ernest Wood, Siddhar, Swami Budhpuri Ji, Rama Tirtha, Kamala Silva, Master DeRose, Rigdzin Kumaradza, David Charles Manners, Larry Schultz, Adhyatma Niketan, Bhagat Munshi Ram, K. Pattabhi Jois, B. K. S. Iyengar, Navnath, Swami Hariharananda Giri, Swami Vishnu-devananda, Shiv Dayal Singh, Norman Sjoman, Pierre Bernard, Daya Mata, Jeannine Parvati Baker, Gorakshanath, Nakamura Tempu, Bikram Choudhury, Swami Kamal Nayanacharya, Swami Narayanananda, Shri Mangalnath Maharaj, Igor Kufayev, T. K. V. Desikachar, Swami Sundaranand, H. H. Sadguru Sadafaldeo Ji Maharaj, Ruesi, Swami Lakshmanananda, Satyananda Saraswati, Arnaud Maitland, Mahesh Kanojia, Paul Genki Kahn, Judith Hanson Lasater, Matsyendranath, Theos Casimir Bernard, Amrit Desai, Radhikabai, Anne T. Hill, Ganesh Baba, Colleen Saidman, Panchanan Bhattacharya, Siri Shiva Singh, Swami Niranjanananda, Bija Bennett, Deborah Adele, Swami Vishnu Tirtha, Rodney Yee, Indra Devi, Chantal Maillard, Yogacharya Oliver Black, Bharat Bhushan, Dharma Mittra, Kripalvananda, Swami Janakananda, Tim Miller, Yogacharya K. B. Sahasrabudhe, Sadhu Haridas, Srivatsa Ramaswami, Erich Schiffmann, Manav Dayal I.C.Sharma, Elisabeth Haich, Pambatti Siddhar, John Friend, Saint Chot, Chot Hasbamrer, Standing Baba, Saint Chaud, Kareen Zebroff, I. K. Taimni, Kali Ray, Selvarajan Yesudian, Yogacharya Govindan Nair, Swami Yogananda Giri, Yogi Swatmarama. Excerpt: Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji (born as Harbhajan Singh Puri) (August 26, 1929 October 6, 2004), also known as Yogi Bhajan and Siri Singh Sahib, was a spiritual leader and entrepreneur who introduced Kundalini Yoga and Sikhism to the United States. He was the spiritual director of the 3HO (Healthy, Happy, Holy Organization) Foundation, with over 300 centers in 35 countries. Singh was born on August 26, 1929 into a Sikh family in Kot Harkarn, district Gujranwala, in the province of Punjab (British India). His father, Dr. Kartar Singh Puri, served the British Raj as a medical doctor. His mother was named Harkrishan Kaur. His father was born in the Sikh tradition, while his mother was a Hindu, and young Harbhajan was educated in a Catholic school run by nuns. Theirs was a well-to-do landlord family, owning most of their village in the foothills of the Himalayas. Singh married Inderjit Kaur Uppal in Delhi in 1954. They had three children, Ranbir Singh, Kulbir Singh and Kamaljit Kaur. In 1976, Singh legally changed his name to Harbhajan Singh Khalsa. His wife, known as 'Bibiji' went on to inherit the religious post of 'Bhai Sahiba' of Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere in the 1980s. Most influential of Singh's relations in his early development was his paternal grandfather, Bhai Fateh Singh, who taught him the foundations of Sikh dharma. As a teen, Singh spent several year. 128 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9781156626825

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About this Item: Reference Series Books LLC Feb 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 127. Chapters: Patañjali, Paramahansa Yogananda, Yogi, Harbhajan Singh Yogi, Sri Aurobindo, Shivarudra Balayogi, Swami Kriyananda, Shivabalayogi, Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar, Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi, Baba Faqir Chand, Pandurangashram, Tirumalai Krishnamacharya, Swami Maheshwarananda, Gaudapada, Lahiri Mahasaya, Swami Ramdev, Mahamandaleshwar Swami Shankarananda, Sri Anirvan, Gregorian Bivolaru, Sivananda Saraswati, Babacar Khane, Mahendranath Gupta, Malladihalli Sri Raghavendra Swamiji, Trailanga Swami, Mahavatar Babaji, Angel Kyodo Williams, Albert Rudolph, Swami Rama, Swami Satchidananda, Tara Stiles, Sahajananda, Hudson Leick, Muktananda, Yogini, Pandit Gopi Krishna, Ernest Wood, Siddhar, Swami Budhpuri Ji, Rama Tirtha, Kamala Silva, Master DeRose, Rigdzin Kumaradza, David Charles Manners, Larry Schultz, Adhyatma Niketan, Bhagat Munshi Ram, K. Pattabhi Jois, B. K. S. Iyengar, Navnath, Swami Hariharananda Giri, Swami Vishnu-devananda, Shiv Dayal Singh, Norman Sjoman, Pierre Bernard, Daya Mata, Jeannine Parvati Baker, Gorakshanath, Nakamura Tempu, Bikram Choudhury, Swami Kamal Nayanacharya, Swami Narayanananda, Shri Mangalnath Maharaj, Igor Kufayev, T. K. V. Desikachar, Swami Sundaranand, H. H. Sadguru Sadafaldeo Ji Maharaj, Ruesi, Swami Lakshmanananda, Satyananda Saraswati, Arnaud Maitland, Mahesh Kanojia, Paul Genki Kahn, Judith Hanson Lasater, Matsyendranath, Theos Casimir Bernard, Amrit Desai, Radhikabai, Anne T. Hill, Ganesh Baba, Colleen Saidman, Panchanan Bhattacharya, Siri Shiva Singh, Swami Niranjanananda, Bija Bennett, Deborah Adele, Swami Vishnu Tirtha, Rodney Yee, Indra Devi, Chantal Maillard, Yogacharya Oliver Black, Bharat Bhushan, Dharma Mittra, Kripalvananda, Swami Janakananda, Tim Miller, Yogacharya K. B. Sahasrabudhe, Sadhu Haridas, Srivatsa Ramaswami, Erich Schiffmann, Manav Dayal I.C.Sharma, Elisabeth Haich, Pambatti Siddhar, John Friend, Saint Chot, Chot Hasbamrer, Standing Baba, Saint Chaud, Kareen Zebroff, I. K. Taimni, Kali Ray, Selvarajan Yesudian, Yogacharya Govindan Nair, Swami Yogananda Giri, Yogi Swatmarama. Excerpt: Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji (born as Harbhajan Singh Puri) (August 26, 1929 October 6, 2004), also known as Yogi Bhajan and Siri Singh Sahib, was a spiritual leader and entrepreneur who introduced Kundalini Yoga and Sikhism to the United States. He was the spiritual director of the 3HO (Healthy, Happy, Holy Organization) Foundation, with over 300 centers in 35 countries. Singh was born on August 26, 1929 into a Sikh family in Kot Harkarn, district Gujranwala, in the province of Punjab (British India). His father, Dr. Kartar Singh Puri, served the British Raj as a medical doctor. His mother was named Harkrishan Kaur. His father was born in the Sikh tradition, while his mother was a Hindu, and young Harbhajan was educated in a Catholic school run by nuns. Theirs was a well-to-do landlord family, owning most of their village in the foothills of the Himalayas. Singh married Inderjit Kaur Uppal in Delhi in 1954. They had three children, Ranbir Singh, Kulbir Singh and Kamaljit Kaur. In 1976, Singh legally changed his name to Harbhajan Singh Khalsa. His wife, known as 'Bibiji' went on to inherit the religious post of 'Bhai Sahiba' of Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere in the 1980s. Most influential of Singh's relations in his early development was his paternal grandfather, Bhai Fateh Singh, who taught him the foundations of Sikh dharma. As a teen, Singh spent several year. 128 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9781156626825

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FRA MOLINERO, EDUARDO

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ISBN 10: 8494509799 ISBN 13: 9788494509797

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About this Item: PARADISO, 2018. Tapa blanda con sobrecubierta. Condition: Nuevo. Dust Jacket Condition: Nuevo. De carbón y nieve cuenta la vida de una mujer berciana de origen humilde y gran belleza, Puri, Purificación Silva, extraordinariamente dotada por la Naturaleza para el arte de sobrevivir. Si fuera un ensayo, De carbón y nieve sería un canto darwinista: Puri parece conocer desde niña, pastora en las montañas de Ancares, los secretos de la adaptación a un medio duro, hostil, despiadado. Una violación temprana, una familia desguazada como tantas en los años 50 de un país gris plomizo, clasista, machista, una sociedad local de pequeña burguesía y nuevos ricos para quienes para ellos y para ellas una chica guapa era una permanente invitación al pecado. Puri emigra a París: allí conoce la cárcel, el amor, el éxito y se diría así lo quiere el autor que en todo momento Purificación Silva conserva intacta su pureza, como una virgen local inmolada en los altares de la hipocresía. Una virgen de carbón y nieve. . Estando en su pueblo de Valdeprado y llevando las vacas a los pastos de la Reguera, que era uno de sus muchos trabajos, abusaron de ella tres mozos. Puri tenía entonces quince años. Lo hicieron los tres al alimón. Dos la sujetaban y el tercero obraba. Y así fueron pasando los tres por turno. Cuando acabaron su gloriosa faena le advirtieron que si se quejaba a alguien o contaba aquel encuentro con los tres, se atuviera a las consecuencias. Que le convenía guardar silencio y aguantarse, porque de lo contrario volverían. Algo peor se les podría ocurrir. Y Puri se calló. . Los vio alejarse por el camino arriba que sube a Anllares. Se movían balanceándose como si estuvieran borrachos. Uno cantaba aquello de el vino que tiene Asunciónö. Los estuvo mirando hasta que se perdieron en una curva. Entonces reaccionó. Se miró. Estaba medio desvestida. Habían tirado sus bragas al río, pero se quedaron enganchadas en las ramas de un avellano. Le entró una inmensa rabia, respiró hondo. No tenía contra qué explotar, pero no perdió los nervios. Lo que le había pasado, mejor que no hubiera pasado, pero ya no tenía remedio. La imagen de aquellos tres borrachos subiendo por el camino no se le olvidó nunca. . EL AUTOR. Eduardo Fra Molinero (Ponferrada, 1946). Estudia Filosofía y Letras en Oviedo y Santiago de Compostela, pero se licencia, por causas ajenas a su voluntad, en la Universidad Literaria de Valencia. Reside desde 1974 en Ferrol, donde ha sido profesor en el Instituto de Bachillerato Concepción Arenalö y en la UNED. Con la llegada de la democracia, formó parte del municipalismo progresista; de aquellas inquietudes conserva la sana costumbre de pensar y opinar con libertad , ya sea en sus habituales artículos de prensa o en obras literarias que mezclan la ficción con la realidad. Obras en las que se percibe cierto aliento autobiográfico y una presencia constante de su tierra, El Bierzo, como El carnaval del filósofo o el libro de relatos El merendero de la señora Oliva; o la novela que el lector tiene en sus manos, De carbón y nieve. Como autor teatral bilingüe, ha publicado Gurméndez en un café de Delft, Una historia de guerra y El sainete del diputado. En gallego ha publicado Lisístrata (adaptación), Irmandiñas, A batalla de Brión, O converso de Ribadavia, O parto de Calandrino y Venus na lareira. Escribe por necesidad vital y, sobre todo, por placer. 400 LIBRO. Seller Inventory # 358417

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Prabodh Kumar Bhowmick and Manis Kumar Raha

Published by R N Bhattacharya, Kolkata (2008)

ISBN 10: 8187661402 ISBN 13: 9788187661405

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About this Item: R N Bhattacharya, Kolkata, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. I. One Ethnicity and Ethnic Identity 1. Debate among the Purums crisis in the Purum identity/M.C. Arunkumar. 2. Search for new identity among the tribal people of Manipur/T.S. Gangte. 3. Kuki nationalism a centrifugal force/T.S. Gangte. 4. Christianity and tribal identity the case of the Santals of Bhimpore West Bengal/Shyamal Kumar Jana. 5. Pando ethnicity through traditional polity/Nilanjan Khatua and B.M. Mukherjee. 6. Ethnic identity through oral tradition the case of the pastoral Charan of Sourastra/Arup Ray. II. Educational status 7. Schooling among hunter gatherers of Andamans/M. Sreenathan. 8. Problems of tribal education a key to development/Moyna Chakravarti and C.S. Singral. 9. Educational attainment of the Santal children in primary level/Samita Manna and Soumyajit Patra. 10. Education among the primitive tribal groups of West Bengal/Nabakumar Duary. 11. Education among the Santhals of Birbhum/Sandhip Kumar Ghatak. 12. Tribal education and the role of the teacher/V. Rama Rao. III. Economic condition 13. Dispossession of the tribal people from their agriculture land the Kora case/Lakshman Jana Tapan Barman and Abhijit Guha. 14. Bio cultural study of variation in utilization of resources in different tribal zones of Orissa/S.K. Ghoshmaulik and Usha Deka. 15. Impact of changing economy on the social life of the Birjia/Samira Dasgupta. 16. Economic life among the Gadbas of Bastar/M. Y. Khan. 17. Economic development of the Konda Reddis of Andhra Pradesh/Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri and Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri. 18. Tribal indebtedness a socio economic analysis/Pradip K. Bhowmick and P. Sahoo. 19. Indebtedness among the Gadaba a symptom of under development/S. Vijaya Kumar and V. Narayana Reddy. IV. Social Structure 20. Social structure and kinship of an ex bonded labour community/Bindu Ramachandran. 21. Birinda the agnetic lineage system of the Lanjia Saoras of Orissa/M.R. Acharya and R.P. Mohanty. 22. Descent organisation and corporate action among the Mudugas of Kerala/George Tharakan. C. 23. Kinship and marriage of the santal some introspective observations/Kakali Mitra Sujit Kumar Paul and Amit Hazra. 24. Consanguineous marriage in a Rongmei Village of Tamenglong Manipur/T. Shyamacharan Singh and Kaijinliu Riamei. V. Health nutrition and sanitation 25. Drug addiction vis a vis social health and development the Singpho case/R.K. Kar. 26. Ethno medicines of the tribes of Andhra Pradesh/M.V. Krishna Rao and O.S.V.D. Prasad. 27. Health Hazard in the Koireng community/Shajahan Sardar. 28. Problems and prospects of health development among the Lodha/Shyamal Kr. Jana. 29. Health and nutritional scenario of the tribal population in Jharkhand/Swapan Koley and Tilak Bagchi. 30. A study on environmental sanitation and sanitary habits among the Bharias of Patalkot Madhya Pradesh/A.N. Sharma. 31. Health culture of the Munda of Narayangarh Midnapur/Tilak Bagchi. 32. Utilization of public health services by the Gadaba tribe of Andhra Pradesh/S. Vijaya Kumar and V. Narayana Reddy. 33. Health culture and tribal life the case of the noctes of Arunachal Pradesh/R.K. Kar and Juri Gogoi. VI. Women and children 34. Status of the tribal women the case of the Tai Khamyang women in Assam/B.N. Borthakur. 35. Status of the Kondh women of Ganjam Orissa/Kalpana Rani Sabat and Nirmal Ch. Das. 36. Some demographic trends among the tribal women of Andhra Pradesh/A. Rohini and G.G. Reddi. 37. Violence and the tribal women in Bihar/B.B. Mandal. 38. Child rearing and socialization among the Savaras/P.H. Mahammad. 39. Child rearing practice among the plain Dwelling Garos of Goalpara District Assam/Birinchi K. Medhi and Qweenbala Marak. 40. Situational analysis of the tribal children the case of Puri Bhuiya of Northern Orissa/S.S. Guru R. Pramanik and A. Pradhan. VII. Development Strategy 41. Tribes their development and quality of life a critique/N.K. Behura. 42. Tribes of India under the backdrop of developmental programmes/San. Seller Inventory # 68081

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Edited by S. Imtiaz Hasnain and Shreesh Chaudhary

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About this Item: Aakar Pub, 2010. Contents Foreword Introduction I Cultural Perspective 1 Sanskritic vs Syncretic Sir William Jones and Indian Pluralism and PluralityMichael J Franklin 2 Braj Reinvented Some Colonial Approaches to Hindi DialectsArthur Dudney 3 The Language of Love A Study of the Amorous and Erotic Associations of UrduTariq Rahman 4 Himalayan Languages Hindi and English Contentment or containmentMahendra K Varma 5 English in India and the role of the Elite in the national projectAnnie Montaut 6 Has globalization given a new legitimacy to diversityParoo Nihalani 7 Hindi Urdu Hindustani Evolution of the language of a peopleShreesh Chaudhary 8 The Case for Hindustani RevisitedAyesha Kidwai 9 The Politics of MulticulturalismTanmoy Bhattacharya and Haobam Basantarani 10 Contextuality critical discourse analysis and structuration Theory Sociological basis for analyszing heavenly ornaments Bihishti ZewarS Imtiaz Hasnain 11 On Puri BoliBN Patnaik 12 On unearthing a civilizationRanjit Singh Rangila 13 From Margin to mainstream The growing domain of language switching and mixing in contemporary South African television dramaKay McCormick 14 Code Switching and the politics of NostalgiaRakesh M Bhatt II Theoretical Perspective 15 Confessions of a Minor morphologist Some remarks on morphological complexityRajendra Singh 16 The Hindi long vowel problem A substantivist approachProbal Dasgupta 17 Indian Languages as intonational phrase languagesCaroline Fery 18 More Freedom on the leftGisbert Fanselow 19 Morphosyntax of Hindi infinitivesRajesh Kumar 20 Compositionality in complex predicatesAchla M Raina 21 Limits to compositionality of meaning some Notes with reference to English and HindiRajneesh Arora 22 On the Nature of reason in the present-day academic researchPramod Pandey 23 Towards branding Indian linguistics A Linguistic destination nextShailendra Kumar Singh 24 Rough NotesUdaya Narayana Singh 25 How do I know that you are not a CBI Agent Examining the identity of researcher in sociolinguistic fieldworkRizwan Ahmad III Applied Perspective 26 Using the Mother Tongues for learning and teaching other tongues Theory and practiceAL Khanna 27 On the teaching of Indian language and literatures abroadOmkar N Koul 28 Teaching English to young learners How far have we come How Far Can We GoRama Mathew 29 Restructuring general English language curricula at the tertiary level issues and possibilitiesSR Prahlad 30 English at the Primary Level A Study of teaching vocabularyPanchanan Mohanty 31 Communicative language teaching and large classes Conflicts and convergenceMohammad Aslam 32 Process of learning ESL vs EFL A Study of Errors in acquisition vs learningVaishna Narang and Mi Yang Cha 33 Kashmiri-English Contact Some Phonological issuesAadil A Kak 34 Lexico-Semantic features of Indian pidgin EnglishPriya Hosali 35 Globalization and English Language in India An OverviewRaj Nath Bhat 36 The Study of lexical phrases among proficient users of EnglishAnju Sahgal Gupta and Madhu GurtuAs a mark of esteem and affection we bring this Festschrift to honor Rama Kant for his interests and work for the questions and concerns he has raised and for the subtle and not so subtle ways in which he has influenced and even altered out agenda The articles included in the Festschrift reflect the range of Rama Kant?s interests and report nearly all that is currently happening in Indian linguistics and language studies worldwide All contributions in this volume look at cultural theoretical and applied aspects of the problem of language studies Articles in the cultural section dwell upon issues that influence the form and use of language Issues pertaining to the theory of grammar in general and of syntax morphology or phonetics and phonology have been grouped together in the theoretical section Articles in the section on applied linguistics discuss the problems of language pedagogy language planning data bases etc Jacket 602 pp. Seller Inventory # 87036

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edited by Manvi Seth and Carol Ann Reed

Published by Agam Kala Prakashan (2016)

ISBN 10: 8173201293 ISBN 13: 9788173201295

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About this Item: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreward. Preface. I. Issues in Museum Education : The National Perspective: 1. Immersive visualisation in story-telling museums-a new tool for museum education/Saroj Ghose. 2. Museum ‘education’- why and how with focus on diversity of Indian cultural traditions/Premlata Puri. 3. Getting educated: Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya as a facilitator/Kishor K. Basa. 4. Indian museum education/S.M. Nair. 5. Communication and outreach/Shobita Punja. 6. Museum education and communication-projects of the department of museology, NMI/Manvi Seth. 7. Educational activities of The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly prince of wales museum of Western India)/Renu Jathar. 8. Museum’s role to educate or to bring about a social change/Rama Lakshmi. 9. Educational role of museums in India/Asif Naqvi. 10. Exhibitions by the students of national museum institute/Manvi Seth. 11. Sweep rate index evaluation of museum visitation pattern/Shashi Bala Yadav. 12. Marginalized youth and museums: exploring cross-cultural linkages at Sanskriti Kendra/Carol Ann Reed. II. Museum Education and American Practices: 13. International partnerships for museum education/Alicia Stevens. 14. Moving museums towards performance measurement/Ray C. Rist. 15. Intellectual access to museum exhibition/Tim Grove. 16. An introduction and discussion of the web site exhibit files/Gretchen Jennings. 17. The Arts as catalyst across contexts: linking classrooms, community and museums/Roberta Altman. Appendix. This book is the result of the conference on “Issues in Indian Museum Education: National Perspectives, International Trends’ held in 2007 organized by the department of Museology, National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology (NMI) in collaboration with United States Educational Foundation in India. Since then a lot of development and progress has taken place in the field of museum education in India and elsewhere. However for the purpose of referencing and documentation it remains important to publish the deliberations by museum education experts during the said conference at NMI. This bookbrings to limelight the initiatives taken in the field of Museum Education in India by the Indian scholars and also examines the American Museum Education practices. The book is divided into two parts covering the case studies from various Indian museums and the experiences from the museums from United states of America. The book addresses issues pertaining to museum education and education policy, museum education and schools, museum education and outreach, museum education and communication, museum education and social change, museum education and varied target audience. This book reportsan important cross cultural dialogue amongst museum professionals in India and the United States. It is an endeavour to bring forth the discussions and deliberations to students, teachers, scholars, educationists, museologists, and anyone who is interested in understanding the Indian Museum education system and international perspectives on museum education. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 118661

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Shankar Goyal

Published by Book Enclave, Jaipur (2004)

ISBN 10: 8181520009 ISBN 13: 9788181520005

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Blessings tributes and reminiscences 4. All honour where honour is due/Jagannath Agrawal. 5. Blessings to a young colleague/K.D. Bajpai. 6. My young friend Shri Ram Goyal/B.N. Puri. 7. Professor S.R. Goyal an appreciation/M.K. Dhavalikar. 8. Professor S.R. Goyal a tribute/V.N. Misra. 11. My friend professor Goyal/Lallanji Gopal. 12. Professor S.R. Goyal some reminiscences/Upendra Thakur. 13. Shri Ram As I know him/S.P. Gupta. 14. My friend Shri Ram/Lakhan Lal Mehrotra. 18. My Agraja Professor S.R. Goyal/D.C. Shukla. 20. For Sri Rama/R.S. Bhatnagar. 21. Karmayogi Professor S.R. Goyal/M.C. Joshi. 22. Professor Shri Ram Goyal a I know him/Abhey Kumar Abhey. 23. My Shri Ram Chacha/Susmita Pande. 24. My venerable friend and elder brother/Jagdish Chandra. 28. Professor S.R. Goyal my Samadhi and friend/Chater Sen Gupta. 31. My father in law/Rajesh Goel. 33. My grandpa/Meghna Goyal. II. S.R. Goyal his life and works 1. Professor S.R. Goyal his life academic journey and personality/Shankar Goyal. 2. Publications of Professor S.R. Goyal and the writings of other scholars on him/S.P. Vyas. 3. Extracts from reviews of and views on the works of Professor S.R. Goyal/Vijayashree Goel. 4. Select opinions on Professor S.R. Goyal's place in the world of indological studies/M.V. Singh. III. Professor S.R. Goyal a historian extraordinary 5. S.R. Goyal his integral vision of history/Shankar Goyal. 7. New political history some observations on S.R. Goyal's suggestions/A.K. Narain. 8. S.R. Goyal's researches in ancient Indian history/A.M. Shastri. 9. S.R. Goyal's probings into the history and sources of pre Gupta period/Shankar Goyal. 10. Some observations on Professor S.R. Goyal's suggestion regarding brother sister incest in the Indus society/B.L. Upamanyu. 11. Some colours of the spectrum of Professor S.R. Goyal's historiography of ancient India/V.B. Rao. 12. S.R. Goyal's appraisal of the history and sources of the Gupta and Post Gupta periods/Shankar Goyal. 13. S.R. Goyal's contribution to the study of medieval and modern Indian history/Sobhag Mathur. 14. Professor S.R. Goyal's contribution to the history of Rajasthan/Shankar Goyal. (Seventeen Articles is in Hindi). 460 pp. Seller Inventory # 53334

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Edited by P. Chenna Reddy

Published by Research India Press (2011)

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About this Item: Research India Press, 2011. Contents Foreword The book The editor From the editor?s desk List of contributors Section I Biographical Sketches of Prof K Rajayyan 1 A biographical sketch of Prof K Rajayyan his contribution to historical research Prof P Chenna Reddy 2 Curriculum Vitae of Prof K Rajayyan Prof P Chenna Reddy Section II 3 The Perennial value of literary classical a case study of the Adi GranthMS Ahluwalia 4 Subaltern mobility interest dissent and responseV Sathia Nesan 5 Linguistic Movement and the formation of Tranvancore Tamil Nadu CongressB Maria John 6 Impact of natural calamities on trade and industry during the Great MughalsCM Agarwal 7 Evolution of Feudal System in the Tamil CountryV Ranjan 8 Historiography and new methods-applicability to Indian contextKV Ramakrishnan Rao 9 Trade and maritime activities in India -- a glanceS Murugavel 10 Social development of Nizamabad Dist Andhra Pradesh 1948-1991 -- A surveyAAP Balaji Rao 11 Sastha Cult and the Shabari Mala TempleAjit Kumar 12 Response of vernacular press on the British Annexation of BurmaC Thomas 13 Land assignment of Mohammad Ali AD 1752-1795S Rajalakshmi 14 Discovering the dissent challenges to patriarchy in Colonial Andhra -- a study of women?s writings 1928-1942Shaik Mahabob Basha 15 Recent discoveries at Madarpur District Mordadabad Uttar Pradesh Further corroborative evidence of Vedic Literature and archaeological hypothesisJ Manuel 16 Women?s rights -- a studyA Chandra Sekaran and P Govinda Reddy 17 A call for women from the nationKomanduri Janaki 18 Khadar Movement in Kanya Kumari District Tamil NaduIsaac Jayadhas 19 Rise of social fiction in Colonial India focusing on Mulk Raj AnandK Venugopala Reddy 20 Ananda Ranga Pillai the Diarist and the courtier a phenomenon in the history of the French in IndiaR Natarajan 21 The Gudem Tribal Revolt of 1886B Rama Chandra Reddy 22 Tourism potential of Handicrafts with special reference to metalware of APL Vidya Sagar Reddy 23 Mahatma Gandhi and the Temple Entry Movement in Orissa with special reference to Puri Jagannatha TempleBK Sarma 24 De-industrialization and the revival of Khadi industry in Colonial TamilnaduPN Premalatha 25 Agricultural labour in South KanaraNS Bhat 26 The body in ritual performanceSarmishtha Adhya 27 Prof Dasaratha Sharma?s contribution to the historiography of RajasthanShankar Goyal 28 Social change in Devadasi System and the role of caste in AndhraCh Swaroopa Rani 29 Festivals and fairs in Medieval Andhra -- some reflectionsR Varalakshmi 30 Problems of ageing in lower Strata a case studyV Balambal 31 The genesis of the Malvali Sabha in TravancoreTP Sankaran Kutty Nair 32 Reconstruction of the past as revealed through the past recordsP Chandrasekaran 33 Commerce trade and industries in Ancient Konkarn With special reference to maritime trade with naval activities and bankingDhopate SG 34 Folk dance drama and music in the District of Ganjam an overviewRC Misro and P Behera 35 Early Jains highlanders and cave dwellersY Ramachandra Reddy and T Suryaprakash 36 The impact of Sri Chaitanaya?s Cult on the society of Orissa an introspectionRC Misro and RP Tripathy 37 The Chilika Lake a study in historical perspectiveRC Misro and S Mohanty 38 Origin of Paralakhemundi Zamindari and the rule of successive Zamindars a studyRC Misro and SK Dash 39 The role of folk arts during Telangana Armed struggleSrinivas Rao Vaddanam 40 A study on erotic sculpture of Rama Temple Dichpalli Andhra PradeshGV Bhaskara Reddy 41 Jaina Vestiges in Chittoor District and its neighbourhoodY Ramachandra Reddy and T Suryaprakash 42 Eco-tourism -- Kandrakota an eco-cultural tourist centreS Bhanumathi Ranga Rao 43 Origins of industrial planning and policy in Hyderabad State 1911-1941S Srinath 45 The origin of music and dance -- a materialistic perspectiveK Kusuma Reddy and P Chenna Reddy 46 Rise and growth of progressive ideas in Telugu Literature a study on Sri SriY Chinna Rao 47 Food for the deadJaisree Anand 48 Folklore in Midnight?s children as a. Seller Inventory # 89048

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Cape, C.P.

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About this Item: London, Charles H. Kelly., 1910. 19.9cm x 13.4cm. 262 pages. Original Hardcover with gilt lettering and illustration on cover and spine. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Includes for example the following chapters: The Monkey Temple / The Indian Sandow / Sadhus at Home / The Mourning of the Shi'ahs / Caste at Work / The Nim Tree / Indian Melas / Benares Doms / Tulsi Das etc. Varanasi, also known as Benares, Banaras (Banaras), or Kashi (Kasi), is a city on the banks of the Ganges in the Uttar Pradesh state of North India, 320 kilometres (200 mi) south-east of the state capital, Lucknow, and 121 kilometres (75 mi) east of Allahabad. A major religious hub in India, it is the holiest of the seven sacred cities (Sapta Puri) in Hinduism and Jainism, and played an important role in the development of Buddhism and Ravidassia. Varanasi lies along National Highway 2, which connects it to Kolkata, Kanpur, Agra, and Delhi, and is served by Varanasi Junction railway station and Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport. Varanasi is also one of 72 districts in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. At the time of the 2011 census, there were a total of 8 blocks and 1329 villages in this district.Main languages of Varanasi are Banarasi,Bhojpuri/Awadhi. Varanasi grew as an important industrial centre, famous for its muslin and silk fabrics, perfumes, ivory works, and sculpture. Buddha is believed to have founded Buddhism here around 528 BCE when he gave his first sermon, "The Setting in Motion of the Wheel of Dharma", at nearby Sarnath. The city's religious importance continued to grow in the 8th century, when Adi Shankara established the worship of Shiva as an official sect of Varanasi. During the Muslim rule through Middle Ages, the city continued as an important centre of Hindu devotion, pilgrimage, mysticism and poetry which further contributed to its reputation as a centre of cultural importance and religious education. Tulsidas wrote his epic poem on Rama's life called Ram Charit Manas in Varanasi. Several other major figures of the Bhakti movement were born in Varanasi, including Kabir and Ravidas. Guru Nanak visited Varanasi for Maha Shivaratri in 1507, a trip that played a large role in the founding of Sikhism. In the 16th century, Varanasi experienced a cultural revival under the Mughal emperor Akbar who patronised the city, and built two large temples dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu, though much of modern Varanasi was built during the 18th century, by the Maratha and Brahmin kings. The Kingdom of Benares was given official status by the Mughals in 1737, and continued as a dynasty-governed area until Indian independence in 1947. The city is governed by the Varanasi Nagar Nigam (Municipal Corporation) and is represented in the Parliament of India by the current Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, who won the Lok Sabha elections in 2014 by a huge margin. Silk weaving, carpets and crafts and tourism employ a significant number of the local population, as do the Diesel Locomotive Works and Bharat Heavy Electricals. Varanasi Hospital was established in 1964. Varanasi has been a cultural centre of North India for several thousand years,[citation needed]a and is closely associated with the Ganges. Hindus believe that death in the city will bring salvation, making it a major centre for pilgrimage. The city is known worldwide for its many ghats, embankments made in steps of stone slabs along the river bank where pilgrims perform ritual ablutions. Of particular note are the Dashashwamedh Ghat, the Panchganga Ghat, the Manikarnika Ghat and the Harishchandra Ghat, the last two being where Hindus cremate their dead and the Hindu genealogy registers at Varanasi are kept here. The Ramnagar Fort, near the eastern bank of the Ganges, was built in the 18th century in the Mughal style of architecture with carved balconies, open courtyards, and scenic pavilions. Among the estimated 23,000 temples in Varanasi are Kashi Vishwanath Temple of Shiva, the Sankat Mocha. Seller Inventory # 42961AB

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Amar Chitra Katha

Published by Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media (2009)

ISBN 10: 8184820704 ISBN 13: 9788184820706

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About this Item: Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2009. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. There are total 439 titles of ACK, of which 255 are in print. This collection includes 117 ACK titles and 3 special issues as mentioned below. Rash Behari Bose Kabir Dayananda Battle of Wits The Pandava Princess Harsha Raman Maharshi Ulloopi Rana Sangha Tales of Maryada rama Chandragupta Maurya Amrapali Krishna Dev Raya Yayati King Shalivahana Krishna & False Vaasudeva Pauras & Alexander Gopal the Cowherd Shahjahan Ratnavaali Gandhari Lokmanya Tilak Pandit the Milkmaid Lal Bahadur Shastri Samudragupta Tales from the Upanishads Baddu & Chhotu Aruni & Uttanka Jayadrattha Tales of Balarama Anand Math Adi Shankara Vasantsena Jahangir Devi Choudharani Ajatshatru Kachha & Devyani TheLearned Pandit Aniruddha King Kusha The Deadly Feast Kannagi Bikal the Terrible The Acrobat Ashwini Kumar The golden Moongose The Cowhard of Alawai The Priceless Gem Ayyappan Vasavadatta Mangal Pandey Rana Kumbha The Magic Grove Veer Savarkar Fa Hein Amar Singh Rathore Tanaji Bahubali Lachhita Barhapukaran Chand Bibi Chandrashekhar Azad Panna & Haddirani Bimbisara Tripura The Legend of Lalitaditya Heuin Tsang Veer Hammir Jay Prakash Narayan Nahusha The Historic city of Delhi Chandrahasa Ram Shastri Jagdishchandra Bose Jawaharlal Nehru Noorjahan Nachiketta Tales of Yudhistra Jallianwala Baugh Bappa Rawal Sakshi Gopala The Tiger Eater Subbramaniam Bharati Jaggannatha of Puri The Fearless Boy The Celestial Necklace Andhakaa The Fool`s Disciple The Queen`s Necklace Ramanuja Adventures of Agad Dutta Baladitya & Yashodhama Basaveshwar Chandralalaat Kapala Kundala Megasthene Jhaneshwar Bagha Jatin Sultana Razia Ranjit Singh Raja Raja Chhola Deshbandu Chittranjan Das Bajirao I Shrenik Ellora Caves Swami Chinnamayananda Ghanshyamdas Birla Banda Bahadur J R D Tata Kalpana Chawla Jamshedji Tata Zarathusthra Durgadas Guru Arjan Tipu Sultan Shankar Deva The Prince & the Magician Chokha Mela Special Issues Mahatma Gandhi Jesus Christ Dasha Avatar Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 32413

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Shankar Goyal

Published by Book Enclave (2003)

ISBN 10: 8187036990 ISBN 13: 9788187036999

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About this Item: Book Enclave, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol.I: Professor S.R. Goyal : The Profile of a Historian: I. Blessings, tributes and reminiscences: 4. All honour where honour is due/ Jagannath Agrawal. 5. Blessings to a young colleague/K.D. Bajpai. 6. My young friend Shri Ram Goyal/B.N. Puri. 7. Professor S.R. Goyal-an appreciation/M.K. Dhavalikar. 8. Professor S.R. Goyal-a tribute/V.N. Misra.11. My friend Professor Goyal/Lallanji Gopal. 12. Professor S.R. Goyal: some reminiscences/Upendra Thakur. 13. Shri Ram-as I know him/S.P. Gupta. 14. My friend Shri Ram/Lakhan Lal Mehrotra. 18. My 'Agraja' Professor S.R. Goyal/D.C. Shukla. 20. For Sri Rama/R.S. Bhatnagar. 21. Karmayogi Professor S.R. Goyal/M.C. Joshi. 22. Professor Shri Ram Goyal-as I know him/Abhey Kumar 'Abhey'. 23. My Shri Ram Chacha/Susmita Pande. 24. My venerable friend and elder brother/Jagdish Chandra. 28. Professor S.R. Goyal: my samadhi and friend/Chater Sen Gupta. 31. My father-in-law/Rajesh Goel. 33. My Grandpa/Meghna Goyal. II. S.R. Goyal: His life and works: 1. Professor S.R. Goyal: his life, academic journey and personality/Shankar Goyal. 2. Publications of Professor S.R. Goyal and the writings of other scholars on him/S.P. Vyas. 3. Extracts from reviews of and views on the works of Professor S.R. Goyal/Vijayashree Goel. 4. Select opinions on Professor S.R. Goyal's place in the world of indological studies/M.V. Singh. III. Professor S.R. Goyal: a historian extraordinary: 5. S.R. Goyal:his integral vision of history/Shankar Goyal. 7. New Political history: some observations on S.R. Goyal's suggestions/A.K. Narain. 8. S.R. Goyal's 1695 pp. Seller Inventory # 48319

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B D Basu

Published by Cosmo, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8130705109 ISBN 13: 9788130705101

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About this Item: Cosmo, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I The Upanisads Prasna Isavasya Kena Katha Upanisad/Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. II. Yajnavalkya's Smriti/Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. III in 2 Parts. Chhandogya Upanisad/translated by Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. IV. Patanjali's Yoga Sutras With the Commentary of Vyasa and the Gloss of Vachaspati Misra/translated by Rama Prasada. Vol. V in 2 Parts. The Vedantasutras of Badarayana With the Commentary of Baladeva/translated by Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. VI. The Vaisesika Sutras of Kanada With the Commentary of Sankara Misra and Extracts from the Gloss of Jayanarayana/translated by Nandalal Sinha. Vol. VII. Bhaktisutras of Narada/translated by Nandalal Sinha. Vol. VIII. Sandilyasutram With the Commentary of Svapnesvara/translated by Nandalal Sinha. Vol. IX. The Nyaya Sutras of Gotama/translated by Satis Chandra Vidyabhusana. Vol. X. The Gheranda Samhita/translated by Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. XI. The Purva Mimamsa Sutras of Jaimini Chapters I III Translated with an Original Commentary/Mahamahopadhyaya Pandit Ganganath JHA. Vol. XII in 2 Parts. The Samkhya Philosophy/translated by Nandalal Sinha. Vol. XIII. The Brihajjatakam of Varaha Mihira/translated by Swami Vijnananda of Belur Math Alias Hari Prasanna Chatterjee. Vol. XIV. The Sukraniti Sukracharyya's System of Morals/B.D. Basu. Vol. XV in 2 Parts. The Brihadaranyaka Upanisad With the Commentary of Sri Madhavacharya Called Also Anandatirtha/translated by Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. XVI. The Siva Samhita/translated by Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. XVI. The Positive Background of Hindu Sociology Book I. Non Political/Benoy Kumar Sarkar With Appendices by Brajendranath Seal. Vol. XVIII in 2 Parts. The Matsya Puranam/translated by A Taluqdar of Oudh. Vol. XIX. The Svetasvatara Upanisad/translated by Siddhesvar Varma Shastri. Vol. XX. Devata The Hindu Gods/A Recluse of Vindhyachala. Vol. XXI. The Daily Practice of the Hindus Containing the Morning and Midday Duties/Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. XXII. An Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy/Srisa Chandra Vasu. Vol. XXIII. Studies in the First Six Upanisads and the Isa and Kena Upanisads With a Commentary of Sankara/translated by Srisa Chandra Vidyarnava. Vol. XXIV. Sri Narada Pancharatnam The Jnanamrita Sara Samhita/translated by Swami Vijnananda of Belur Math Alias Hari Prasanna Chatterjee. Vol. XXV. The Bhakti Ratnavali With the Commentary of Visnu Puri/translated by A Professor of Sanskrit. Vol. XXVI in 2 Parts. The Positive Background of Hindu Sociology/Benoy Kumar Sarkar. Vol. XXVII in 2 Parts. The Srimad Devi Bhagawatam/translated by Swami Vijnananda. Vol. XXVIII. Yajnavalkya Smriti The Sacred Laws of the Aryas as Explained by Vinanesvara/translated by Samarao Narasimha Naraharayya. Vol. XXIX. The Adhyatma Ramayana/translated by Rai Bhadur Lala Baiju Nath. Vol. XXX in 2 Parts. The Aitareya Brahmanam of the Rigveda Meaning of the Sacrificial Prayers and the Origin of the Rites of the Vedic Religion/edited translated and explained by Martin Haug. 11812 pp. Seller Inventory # 63254

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