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C.P. Sinha,U.C. Dwivedi

Published by Sundeep Prakashan (2002)

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About this Item: Sundeep Prakashan, 2002. Softcover. Condition: AsNew. First edition. The present treatise is a rich collection of articles on Sakti Cult and the philosophical and mythological connotations it gained, while evolving in Hinduism over centuries. The authoritative work traces the roots of the Sakti Cult with concrete evidences as well as portray various incarnations of Sakti in Indian art. Preface Welcome Address/Haripriya Rangarajan Inaugural address/C. Rangarajan Chairman`s Address/M.L. Nigam General President`s address/M.A. Dhaky 1. Different aspects of the iconography of Varahi/H. Rangarajan 2. Korravai/R. Subbarayulu 3. Sakti cult and its reflection on art and Architecture of North-East region/G.C. Chauley 4. Concept of Sakti in the Philosophy of Sivasiddhanta/T. Ganesan 5. Devi Chengalamma, Sullurupeta/V. Meena Kumari 6. Kali and Kanya Karali/Vijayraghavan S. Nayar 7. Ankalamma, a Village Goddess; form and Worship/V. Sakuntala 8. Gangamma - Classical and folk Goddess : Form and Worship/B. Rajendra Prasad and D.K.K. Chaudhary 9. A study on the Sculptures and temples of the much Neglected Goddess : Jyestha Devi/S.P. Subramani and S.K. Venkat Reddy 10. An inscribed metal Image of Padmavati (Jain Yaksi) from Kaira, Gujarat/D.R. Gehlot 11. Sakta images in Northern Orissa/Bhagabat Tripathi 12. Concept of Laksmi in Indian Cultural Heritage : A perspective/K. Srinivas 13. Tantric Buddhist Goddess in Art tradition of Orissa/J.K. Patanaik 14. Sakti cult depicted through Indian dance/Tulsi Ramchandra 15. Costume and ornaments of select female deity Figures depicted in the Vijaynagar art of Rayalseema/K. Reddeppa 16. Sakti cult, its impacts on art and Architecture/T. Satyamurthy 17. Depiction of Gaja Laksmi in Sculptural art/Uphyu and A. Aruna 18. The concept of Sakti/Sri in Sri Vaisnavism/T.D. Muralidharan 19. Sakti cult in Tamilnadu : A Historical Perspective/K.V. Raman 20. Saktism in Orissa/P.K. Nayak 21. Early sculpture on Sakti forms/P. Parandam and V. Devadass 22. A newly Discovered Chamunda image and its iconography/A. L. Shrivastava 23. Sakti in plastic art in Assam/Indrani Choudhury 24. Durga in the Vijaynagar Temples/S.N. Shivarudraswamy 25. Goddess Subhadro-from human to divine/M.L. Nigam 26. The concept of Sakti worship in Kerala/T.P. Shankarankutty Nair 27. Sakti in different aspects (Forms) of Siva/A.V. Suthanthiran, Gangadharan, Rajavarman, T. Dhanavathy and Raju 28. Impact of Saktism in making of Buddhist Female Iconography/Arvind Mahajan 29. Goddess cult in Agrarian rich society of the Medieval Karnataka/Rajaram Hegde 30. Mahisamardini in Sculptural art of Orissa/Sujata Das 31. Images of Narasimhi and Sakti Cult/Krishna Kumari Myneni 32. Concept of Sakti and Saktipat/P. Gayathri 33. Squatting Goddess of Lajja Gauris of the Deccan/Aloka. P. Sen 34. Unique icon of Vainayaki from Hingalajgarh/Manjusri Rao 35. River Goddess Sarasvati Iconographical and Sculptural study/V. Suguna Sarma 36. Traces of Sakticism in Garo traditional worship/J.L.R. Marak 37. Sakti in form of Mariamman/V. Balambal 38. Saptamatrika panels from the Victoria Jubilee Museum of Vijawada : An Iconographical study/P.N. Naidu 39. Sapta Matrika sculptures from Bihar/C.P. Sinha 40. Sakti in folk art of Karnataka/H.S. Anasuya Kulkarni 41. The Devi idols of Gudipalli/Pratibha Chinnappa 42. Chamunda : Chamundi and Mahishamardini a special study on the concept and imagery/Choodamani Nandagopal K.D. BAJPAI MEMORIAL LECTURE : 1. Satavahana : Ksaharata Chronology and art History/Ajay Mitra Shastri 2. The Following papers were also read 3. Annual report of the General Secretary of I.A.H.C./R.D. Chaudhary Printed Pages: 311. Seller Inventory # 1287

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edited by Dev Nath Pathak and Sanjeev Kumar H. M.

Published by Sage (2018)

ISBN 10: 9352806778 ISBN 13: 9789352806775

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About this Item: Sage, 2018. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Ali Shariati. 2. Alvin Robert Cornelius. 3. Anagarika Dharmapala. 4. Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy. 5. Aroj Ali Mutabbar. 6. Aurobindo Ghosh. 7. Bal Krishna Sama. 8. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaya. 9. Bhagat Singh. 10. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar. 11. Bhudev Mukhopadhyay. 12. Bimal Krishna Matilal. 13. Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala. 14. Bogyoke Aung San. 15. Dasho Karma Ura. 16. David J. Kalupahana. 17. Daya Krishna. 18. Ediriweera Sarachchandra. 19. Eqbal Ahmad. 20. Erode Venkata Ramasamy Naicker. 21. Faiz Ahmad Faiz. 22. Fayz Mohammad Katib Hazarah. 23. Hamza Alavi. 24. Ismat Chughtai. 25. Jamyang Norbu. 26. Jawaharlal Nehru. 27. Jayaprakash Narayan. 28. Jyotirao Phule. 29. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan. 30. Kumari Jayawardena. 31. Laxmi Prasad Devkota. 32. Mahmud Tarzi. 33. Manvendra Nath Roy. 34. Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhasani. 35. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. 36. Maulana Mehmood Madani. 37. Michael Madhusudan Dutt. 38. Mohammad Iqbal. 39. Mohammad Ismail Muballigh. 40. Mohammad Qasim Akhgar. 41. Mohammed Ali Jinnah. 42. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. 43. Munshi Premchand. 44. Pandita Ramabai. 45. Pir Abu Bakr Siddqui. 46. Rabindranath Tagore. 47. Ramchandra Dattatraya Ranade. 48. Rammanohar Lohia. 49. Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain. 50. Sadat Hasan Manto. 51. Sajjad Zaheer. 52. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. 53. Savitribai Phuley. 54. Sayyid Abul A'la Maududi. 55. Seyyed Hossain Nasr. 56. Swami Vivekananda. 57. Syed Ahmed Khan. 58. Tarabhai Shinde. 59. Tenzin Gyatso. 60. Thray Sithu Sayagyi U Ba Khin. 61. Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. Index. This book is a rare collection of essays on contemporary South Asian thinkers and their ideas. It seeks to introduce readers to the lives and beliefs of these thinkers who come from diverse disciplinary backgrounds such as Political Science, Sociology, Anthropology, Economics and Humanities. The book discusses the works of 61 thinkers from across the region, avoiding both disciplinary and cartographic boundaries. One of the unique features of this text is that it moves away from the confines of traditional Eurocentric understanding of South Asia. Modern South Asian Thinkers will help readers understand the intellectual density of the region in a concise yet engaging manner. Key Features: · Presents thinkers from various backgrounds, disciplines and nations. · Each essay relates thinkers with their location and contemporary surroundings. · Includes selections with sensitivity to nations and narrations. · Each entry is aided by boxed material on trivia, famous quotes and key inferences. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 126086

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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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