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Anand, Mulk Raj (Naik, M.K., ed.)

Published by Arnold-Heinemann, New Delhi India (1984)

ISBN 10: 0865782334ISBN 13: 9780865782334

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About this Item: Arnold-Heinemann, New Delhi India, 1984. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. New Delhi : Arnold-Heinemann, 1984 - Very Good hardcover /Very Good dust jacket - 12mo/ 7" tall - introduction by M.K. Naik - gilt lettered black cloth - binder's faint gluestains on covers; otherwise VG+ with no po name or markings - select bibliography - 296pp. India Fiction: 22 short stories: The Lost Child; Lullaby; Birth; A Village Idyll; Five Short Fables; Little Chicks; Lajwanti; The Parrot in the Cage; The Gold Watch; Old Bapu; The Cobbler and the Machine; The Power of Darkness; The Tractor and the Corn Goddess; A Kashmir Idyll; The Price of Bananas; A Pair of Mustachios; The Signature; The Two Lady Rams; The Liar; The Tamarind Tree; The Silver Bangles; The Thief. ISBN: 0-86578-233-4. Seller Inventory # FE053015

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Mulk Raj Anand

Published by Marg Publications, Bombay (1974)

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About this Item: Marg Publications, Bombay, 1974. Original wraps. Condition: Good. First Edition. quarto, single issue of this Indian magazine that has been published for many years. Bound in original wraps. Some wear, good copy. Note, due to size and weight shipping outside the USA or priority shipping may be less expensive than an average book. Seller Inventory # 5194

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Bakshi D. Sinha,P.S.K. Menon

Published by Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd. (2001)

ISBN 10: 8170227755ISBN 13: 9788170227755

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. This Publication is a substantially revised edition of the 1996 publication: Environmental Sanitation Health and Panchayati Raj. The fact that a mere 5.58 percent out of a rural population of 623 million has been covered by both safe drinking water and sanitation after four and half decades of development planning and rural development programmes, is a matter of grave concern. Environmental Sanitation Health and Panchayati Raj is the result of a study which critically looked into the implementation and monitoring of experimental models of sanitation and health programmes in different parts of the country. They include programmes of central and state governments, international organisations such as UNICEF, the World Bank and the World Health Organisation, NGOs like Sulabh International Social Service Organisation (SISSO), Environmental Sanitation Institute, Gujarat and the Bio-Village Model of the M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Pondicherry. The study has evolved a sanitation and health model synthesizing the salient aspects of these programmes for adoption in panchayati raj. The historic 73rd Constitution Amendment opens new vistas for improving the quality of life of the people in rural India. This study is a major contribution outlining the full potential of panchayati raj to usher in a sea-change in the rural areas to upgrade the present sanitation and health care systems. Mulk Raj Anand says in his message to this publications: â I hope the book comes to the notice of governmental agencies, international organisations and local NGOs as it give guidelines to achieve appointed goals. If the reverse traffic of migration from urban to rural is to set in, and India wishes to have a healthy nation, such research studies will show the way to pioneer revolutionary development,â Revised edition further evaluated the implementation strategy and performance of different models presented in this study. We have as far as possible incorporated data and information regarding the models as made available to us from 1996 onwards till today. Printed Pages: 170. Seller Inventory # 39158BV

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Bakshi D. Sinha and P.S.K. Menon

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. This Publication is a substantially revised edition of the 1996 publication: Environmental Sanitation Health and Panchayati Raj. The fact that a mere 5.58 percent out of a rural population of 623 million has been covered by both safe drinking water and sanitation after four and half decades of development planning and rural development programmes, is a matter of grave concern. Environmental Sanitation Health and Panchayati Raj is the result of a study which critically looked into the implementation and monitoring of experimental models of sanitation and health programmes in different parts of the country. They include programmes of central and state governments, international organisations such as UNICEF, the World Bank and the World Health Organisation, NGOs like Sulabh International Social Service Organisation (SISSO), Environmental Sanitation Institute, Gujarat and the Bio-Village Model of the M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Pondicherry. The study has evolved a sanitation and health model synthesizing the salient aspects of these programmes for adoption in panchayati raj.The historic 73rd Constitution Amendment opens new vistas for improving the quality of life of the people in rural India. This study is a major contribution outlining the full potential of panchayati raj to usher in a sea-change in the rural areas to upgrade the present sanitation and health care systems. Mulk Raj Anand says in his message to this publications: "I hope the book comes to the notice of governmental agencies, international organisations and local NGOs as it give guidelines to achieve appointed goals. If the reverse traffic of migration from urban to rural is to set in, and India wishes to have a healthy nation, such research studies will show the way to pioneer revolutionary development,"Revised edition further evaluated the implementation strategy and performance of different models presented in this study. We have as far as possible incorporated data and information regarding the models as made available to us from 1996 onwards till today. Printed Pages: 170. Book. Seller Inventory # Concept-9788170227755

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R.C. Sharma

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ISBN 10: 8170173086ISBN 13: 9788170173083

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About this Item: Abhinav Publications/Kaveri Books, New Delhi, India. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. "The monograph introduces the remains of a legendary stupa of the Sunga period (2nd 1st century B.C.) which once stood near the village Bharhut in Madhya Pradesh . Since 1876 these precious antiquarian gems are the prized possession of the Indian Museum, Calcutta. The author in his capacity as Director of that Museum had the opportunity to study them afresh and reassess their cultural and artistic merits. The renowned scholar Dr. Mulk Raj Anand in his capacity as Visitor to the Museum suggested to bring out a handy pictorial companion which could be useful to the visitors to the Museum as well as lovers of early Indian art. Seller Inventory # 107961

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R.C. Sharma

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About this Item: ABHINAV Publications. Hardcover. Condition: New. The monograph introduces the remains of a legendary stupa of the Sunga period (2nd û1st century B.C.) which once stood near the village Bharhut in Madhya Pradesh . Since 1876 these precious antiquarian gems are the prized possession of the Indian Museum, Calcutta. The author in his capacity as Director of that Museum had the opportunity to study them afresh and reassess their cultural and artistic merits. The renowned scholar Dr. Mulk Raj Anand in his capacity as æVisitorÆ to the Museum suggested to bring out a handy pictorial companion which could be useful to the visitors to the Museum as well as lovers of early Indian art. The book gives a lucid introduction besides several interesting interpretations about the concept and significance of stupa tradition and particularly the socio-religious and artist role played by this grand edifice in the pre-and post-Christian centuries. The book gives a lucid introduction besides several interesting interpretations about the concept and significance of stupa tradition and particularly the socio-religious and artist role played by this grand edifice in the pre-and post-Christian centuries. Important sculptures have been adequately described and projected through colour and black and white illustrations. Book. Seller Inventory # AP-9788170173083

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Anand, Mulk Raj:

Published by Berlin : Verlag Volk und Welt (1980)

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About this Item: Berlin : Verlag Volk und Welt, 1980. 1. Auflage - 20 cm, Seiten: 410 Gebundene Ausgabe, fester illustrierter Ganzleineneinband mit org. Schutzumschlag, , papierbed. Seitenbräunung, sonst sehr gut erhalten! O-Titel: The village - Aus dem Englischen von Manfred Schmitz -. Seller Inventory # 15926

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R.C. Sharma

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About this Item: ABHINAV Publications. Hardcover. Condition: New. The monograph introduces the remains of a legendary stupa of the Sunga period (2nd 1st century B.C.) which once stood near the village Bharhut in Madhya Pradesh . Since 1876 these precious antiquarian gems are the prized possession of the Indian Museum, Calcutta. The author in his capacity as Director of that Museum had the opportunity to study them afresh and reassess their cultural and artistic merits. The renowned scholar Dr. Mulk Raj Anand in his capacity as ¾Visitor® to the Museum suggested to bring out a handy pictorial companion which could be useful to the visitors to the Museum as well as lovers of early Indian art. The book gives a lucid introduction besides several interesting interpretations about the concept and significance of stupa tradition and particularly the socio-religious and artist role played by this grand edifice in the pre-and post-Christian centuries. The book gives a lucid introduction besides several interesting interpretations about the concept and significance of stupa tradition and particularly the socio-religious and artist role played by this grand edifice in the pre-and post-Christian centuries. Important sculptures have been adequately described and projected through colour and black and white illustrations. Seller Inventory # AP-9788170173083

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R.C. Sharma

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About this Item: ABHINAV Publications. Hardcover. Condition: New. The monograph introduces the remains of a legendary stupa of the Sunga period (2nd 1st century B.C.) which once stood near the village Bharhut in Madhya Pradesh . Since 1876 these precious antiquarian gems are the prized possession of the Indian Museum, Calcutta. The author in his capacity as Director of that Museum had the opportunity to study them afresh and reassess their cultural and artistic merits. The renowned scholar Dr. Mulk Raj Anand in his capacity as ¾Visitor® to the Museum suggested to bring out a handy pictorial companion which could be useful to the visitors to the Museum as well as lovers of early Indian art. The book gives a lucid introduction besides several interesting interpretations about the concept and significance of stupa tradition and particularly the socio-religious and artist role played by this grand edifice in the pre-and post-Christian centuries. The book gives a lucid introduction besides several interesting interpretations about the concept and significance of stupa tradition and particularly the socio-religious and artist role played by this grand edifice in the pre-and post-Christian centuries. Important sculptures have been adequately described and projected through colour and black and white illustrations. Seller Inventory # AP-9788170173083

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B. R. Agrawal (ed.)

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (2006)

ISBN 10: 8126905867ISBN 13: 9788126905867

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. It was September 28, 2004 when the world of literature was stunned to have lost its versatile genius, a pioneer of Indian English fiction, Mulk Raj Anand. After enjoying 99 springs of life, he passed away quietly, leaving behind a prolific literary legacy. He was not only a writer but also a political and philosophical thinker and an active humanist dedicated to the cause of world peace and universal brotherhood. His numerous novels and stories form a fictional chronicle, a record of his crusade against the social, political, ethical and moral practices which result in the oppression of the poor and down-trodden and also injustice against women, the weaker segment of society. He was a progressive proletariat and also stood for the emancipation of women. He was a philanthropist, a humanist and to some extent a feminist. His fiction reveals his faith in â Art for lifeâ s sakeâ and his social commitment to expose the exploitation of the poor, the ignorant, the illiterate by the imperial masters, the village money- lenders, the unscrupulous traders, the native rulers, priests, tea-planters and above all by traditional patriarchs. Such a committed writerâ s work was immensely significant in bringing a change in society. The present anthologyâ "a critical study of the socio-economic vision of Anand, is just a tribute to the great founder of Indian English fiction who has left us to meditate and ponder over the significant social issues raised by him through his fiction. The best tribute to such an artist would be to comprehend his vision of casteless and classless society based on an egalitarian creed. It is a modest attempt to keep his dream alive in todayâ s world. Contributed by eminent writers, the twenty-one critical essays, by and large, based upon extensive research and critical examinationâ "focus upon his social vision and humanitarian approach and, therefore, would be of tremendous use to the students of English literature, the research scholars in particular, and the academic community in general. The present anthology is devoted to this academic endeavour. Printed Pages: 248. Seller Inventory # 22852BV

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Bakshi D. Sinha & P.S.K Menon (Authors)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. This Publication is a substantially revised edition of the 1996 publication: Environmental Sanitation Health and Panchayati Raj. The fact that a mere 5.58 percent out of a rural population of 623 million has been covered by both safe drinking water and sanitation after four and half decades of development planning and rural development programmes, is a matter of grave concern. Environmental Sanitation Health and Panchayati Raj is the result of a study which critically looked into the implementation and monitoring of experimental models of sanitation and health programmes in different parts of the country. They include programmes of central and state governments, international organisations such as UNICEF, the World Bank and the World Health Organisation, NGOs like Sulabh International Social Service Organisation (SISSO), Environmental Sanitation Institute, Gujarat and the Bio-Village Model of the M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Pondicherry. The study has evolved a sanitation and health model synthesizing the salient aspects of these programmes for adoption in panchayati raj. The historic 73rd Constitution Amendment opens new vistas for improving the quality of life of the people in rural India. This study is a major contribution outlining the full potential of panchayati raj to usher in a sea-change in the rural areas to upgrade the present sanitation and health care systems. Mulk Raj Anand says in his message to this publications: I hope the book comes to the notice of governmental agencies, international organisations and local NGOs as it give guidelines to achieve appointed goals. If the reverse traffic of migration from urban to rural is to set in, and India wishes to have a healthy nation, such research studies will show the way to pioneer revolutionary development, Revised edition further evaluated the implementation strategy and performance of different models presented in this study. We have as far as possible incorporated data and information regarding the models as made available to us from 1996 onwards till today. Printed Pages: 170. Seller Inventory # 700586

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Mulk Raj Anand

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ISBN 10: 8172247494ISBN 13: 9788172247492

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About this Item: Jaico Publishing House, India, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. New Enlarged Edition The present selection is an attempt to represent the wide range and variety of Mulk Raj Anands short stories. The first group represents the stories of lyric awareness. As in all poetry, the themes are elemental, such as birth and death, beauty, love and childhood, and the treatment often reveals a symbolic dimension added to realistic presentation. The prevailing mood of the second group of stories in this selection is of the tears at the heart of things. These stories are naturally allied to the brief tales of lyric awareness but with a difference. Through his acute understanding of the complex social forces at work, Anand describes an India where tradition clashes with modernity. The range and variety of Anands short stories are not only in mood, tone and spirit but also in locale, characters and form. The setting ranges from the Punjab (as in The Parrot in the Cage) to Uttar Pradesh (as in The Price of Bananas) and Kashmir (as in Kashmir Idyll). Both the village and the city get almost equal representation. Mulk Raj Anands stories are a museum of human nature. Among the Indian writers of the short story in English, he has few peers. Seller Inventory # AAV9788172247492

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ANAND , MULK RAJ:

Published by Jonathan Cape Second VG/Good edgewear protective covered 175pp 8 x 5 240g (1945)

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About this Item: Jonathan Cape Second VG/Good edgewear protective covered 175pp 8 x 5 240g, 1945. A collection of short stories by the author of The Village, Across the Black Waters and The Sword & The Sickle. Seller Inventory # 13630

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Manmohan K. Bhatnagar (ed)

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About this Item: Atlantic. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. The 'Complex fate' of Indian English literature/M.K. Bhatnagar. 2. Multiculturality and Indian (English) literature/D. Ramakrishna. 3. The irony of sex : the gloss or the teakwood (A study of Kamala Das)/I.K. Sharma. 4. Validity of linguistic choice and Indo-Anglian novel/Gajendra Kumar. 5. Untouchable : a manifesto of Indian socio- political realism/Gajendra Kumar. 6. Mulk Raj Anand's Coolie : a Saga of suffering/Hari Om Prasad. 7. Mythic narrative in Raja Rao's Kanthapura/K. Ratna Shiela Mani. 8. The village in Raja Rao's Kanthapura/Thomas Augustine. 9. Kanthapura : a stylistic feat in Indian English novel writing/Gajendra Kumar. 10. Raja Rao's Kanthapura and R.K. Narayan's Waiting for the Mahatma : a study in comparison/Krishna Mohan Pandey. 11. Symbol as structure : Arun Joshi's The City and the River/K.M. Pandey. 12. Amita Ghosh's Countdown : a portrayal of the dance of death/Amar Nath Prasad. 13. The Calcutta Chromosome : a strange Odyssey of time and mystery/Gajendra Kumar. 14. Rohinton Mistry's "A Fine Balance : A Slice of Middle Class Life"/Gajendra Kumar. 15. Shobha De's Second Thoughts : forecast of first thoughts of the new woman in quest of her identity/K.K. Sinha. 16. Shobha De's Small Betrayals : an exploration of realism and romance/Amar Nath Prasad. 17. The concept of 'New woman' in Anita Desai's Clear Light of Day/Ramesh Kumar Gupta. 18. The God of Small Things : a tale of confrontation between Laltain and Mombatti/Amar Nath Prasad. 19. From frustration to suffering : a recurring pattern in Arundhati Roy's The. Seller Inventory # 14438

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K. A. Abbas and Suresh Kohli

Published by Harper Perennial Modern Classics (2011)

ISBN 10: 9350291029ISBN 13: 9789350291023

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About this Item: Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 2011. In this collection Abbas brings forth through his stories his rich background in journalism and film-making The stories here embrace varied themes and contexts with protagonists from cities and villages Abbas manages to capture the dilemmas of all his characters be it a has- been Nawab a nurse or an untouchable in a village He addresses themes of superstition caste and romance each in his own unique and rich style of writing He writes with equal felicity of a modest young proofreader in Mumbai vying for the attention of a European girl ?The Umbrella? and Chanda an outcaste old woman in a village ?Sword of Shiva? Often satirical and hard-hitting the stories give the reader a glimpse into Abbas?s social conscience and perhaps his commitment to progressive causes This special edition comes with a PS section that has interviews with the author a letter from Mulk Raj Anand and other information that makes it a must-buy for connoisseurs of early Indian writing in English 296 pp. Seller Inventory # 95315

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Upendra Prasad Singh

Published by Book Enclave, Jaipur (2005)

ISBN 10: 8181521110ISBN 13: 9788181521118

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Untouchable. 2. Coolie. 3. Two leaves and a bud. 4. The village triology. 5. The big heart and others. 6. Conclusion. Bibliography. This book is a full length study of the novels of Mulk Raj Anand with special reference to his portraiture of class conflicts. The author has analysed evaluated and discussed all aspects of his novels. The book discovers not only class conflicts but equality human tenderness and religious tolerance in Anand's novels. 150 pp. Seller Inventory # 57268

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C J George

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8171564453ISBN 13: 9788171564453

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Untouchable and the road. 3. Coolie and two leaves and a bud. 4. The Village trilogy. 5. The big heart and death of a hero. 6. Private life of an Indian prince. 7. Gauri. 8. Lament on the death of a master of arts. Conclusion. Select bibliography. Index. This book studies in depth and detail Mulk Raj Anand's all major novels which are truly representative of his artistic genius. After a careful evaluation of the twelve novels which have been studied in this book a critic of fame commented Certainly the author has worked conscientiously and with steady and painstaking industry. He has studied the novels with care and attended to the details of plot and characters. He has taken notice of major critical pronouncements. He is also involved as a reader who responds with feeling to the incidents and characters. He also shows an admirably balanced perspective in his views. For example he condemns revivalist fanaticism but refuses to succumb to an uncritical bias against Hinduism. Undoubtedly the book makes an interesting reading. It keeps the reader thrilled by the new insights into the works of Anand and offers fresh interpretations. The book clearly reveals the rigours of real research the author underwent to add to the value of the book. It will be very useful to the students teachers and researchers of Indian writing in English particularly those having keen interest in Mulk Raj Anand. 220 pp. Seller Inventory # 72382

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B R Agrawal

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8126905867ISBN 13: 9788126905867

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Acknowledgements. Introduction. 1. Mulk Raj Anand a tribute/R.N. Shukla. 2. Subaltern concern in the novels of Mulk Raj Anand/B.R. Agrawal. 3. Humanism of Mulk Raj Anand/Suresh Chandra Dwivedi. 4. The novel as history a study of Anand's private life of an Indian Prince and Malgonkar's The Princes/M.P. Sinha and B.R. Agrawal. 5. Mulk Raj Anand a Messiah of the poor and the downtrodden/N.M. Nigam. 6. Mulk Raj Anand and the human predicament/Reena Mitra. 7. Mulk Raj Anand's contribution to Hinglish with special reference to Coolie/Nutan Kulshrestha. 8. Mulk Raj Anand a social worker behind a mask/Neeru Tandon. 9. A social evil in untouchable/Ravi Jauhari and Kiran Kamboj. 10. Place and displacement a post colonial reading of Coolie/Madhumita Ganguli. 11. Caged birds in the stories of Mulk Raj Anand/Alka Saxena. 12. Human fervour in the novels of Mulk Raj Anand WSR to Two Leaves and a Bud/Kiran Pratap. 13. Humanism in the first three novels of Mulk Raj Anand/Sanjay Swarnkar. 14. Coolie A Universal Human Tragedy/Suchitra Misra. 15. Bakha and Velutha a comparative study of untouchability in the novels of Mulk Raj Anand and Arundhati Roy/Lakshmi and B.R. Agrawal. 16. Concern for the downtrodden in the fiction of Mulk Raj Anand/Manju Srivastava. 17. Gandhian impact in the novels of Mulk Raj Anand with special reference to untouchable/Rashmi Dubey. 18. Predicament of Indian women in the novels of Mulk Raj Anand/Suparna Mishra. 19. Indian English Novelists experimentations with technique and style a study of Anand's technical and stylistic devices/B.R. Agrawal and Nutan Kulshrestha. 20. Socio economic study of Anand's novels with special reference to Untouchable and Coolie/Parul Singh. 21. Search for identity in the novels of Mulk Raj Anand/Sangeeta Das. 22. Mulk Raj Anand's progressive proletarianism/Lakshmi Pandey. It was September 28 2004 when the world of literature was stunned to have lost its versatile genius a pioneer of Indian English fiction Mulk Raj Anand. After enjoying 99 springs of life he passed away quietly leaving behind a prolific literary legacy. He was not only a writer but also a political and philosophical thinker and an active humanist dedicated to the cause of world peace and universal brotherhood. His numerous novels and stories form a fictional chronicle a record of his crusade against the social political ethical and moral practices which result in the oppression of the poor and downtrodden and also injustice against women the weaker segment of society. He was a progressive proletariat and also stood for the emancipation of women. He was a philanthropist a humanist and to some extent a feminist. His fiction reveals his faith in Art for life's sake and his social commitment to expose the exploitation of the poor the ignorant the illiterate by the imperial masters the village money lenders the unscrupulous traders the native rulers priests tea planters and above all by traditional patriarchs. Such a committed writer's work was immensely significant in bringing a change in society. The present anthology a critical study of the socio economic vision of Anand is just a tribute to the great founder of Indian English fiction who has left us to meditate and ponder over the significant social issues raised by him through his fiction. The best tribute to such an artist would be to comprehend his vision of casteless and classless society based on an egalitarian creed. It is a modest attempt to keep his dream alive in today's world. Contributed by eminent writers the twenty one critical essays by and large based upon extensive research and critical examination focus upon his social vision and humanitarian approach and therefore would be of tremendous use to the students of English literature the research scholars in particular and the academic community in general. The present anthology is devoted to this academic endeavour. 222 pp. Seller Inventory # 61983

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Raj Vir Singh

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About this Item: Pointer, 2010. Contents Preface 1 Introduction the spirit of the age 1900-2000 2 Untouchable and the road 3 Coolie and two leaves and bud 4 The village across the black waters and the sword and the sickle 5 Seven summers and morning face 6 The big heart and Gauri 7 Conclusion Select bibliography This book studies in depth and detail of Mulk Raj Anands all major novels which are truly representative of his creative artistic and literary genius Mulk Raj Anand enjoyed his childhood in the idyllic world Later on he came in touch with the urban atmosphere He enjoyed most of his years of life in cities but his nostalgic past always remained in his mind That is reflected in most of his novels He combined in his fictional work his vision of the rural world with that of the urban world We find in him Henry Fielding and Charles Dickens rolled into one as it were encompassing the rural and urban conditions But at heart he is like Rousseau pleading for return to the naturalness of nature simplicity and innocence of the countryside contrasted with the stiffness and callousness of the cityUndoubtedly the book makes an interesting and meaningful reading It keeps the reader thrilled by the new vision of life in to the works of Anand and offers fresh interpretations It will certainly be very useful to the teachers researchers and students of Indian writing in English particularly those having keen interest in the fictional world of Mulk Raj Anand in broad perspective  jacket 172 pp. Seller Inventory # 86238

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Suresh Chandra

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Mulk Raj Anand 1. Important factors to keep in mind. 2. Untouchable. 3. Coolie. 4. Two leaves and a bud. 5. The village. 6. Across the black waters. 7. The sword and the sickle. 8. The big heart. 9. Seven summers. 10. Private life of an Indian prince. 11. The old woman and the cow. 12. The road. 13. Morning face. 14. Death of a hero. 15. Lament on the death of a master of arts. 16. Bubble. 17. Bibliography. II. R.K. Narayan 1. Important factors to keep in mind. 2. Swami and friends. 3. The bachelor of arts. 4. The dark room. 5. The English teacher. 6. Mr. Sampath the printer of Malgudi. 7. The financial expert. 8. Waiting for the Mahatma. 9. The guide. 10. The man eater of Malgudi. 11. The vendor of sweets. 12. The painter of signs. 13. A tiger for Malgudi. 14. Talkative man. 15. The world of Nagaraj. 16. Bibliography. III. Raja Rao 1. Important factors to keep in mind. 2. Kanthapura. 3. The serpent and the rope. 4. The cat and Shakespeare a tale of India. 5. Comrade Kirillov. 6. The chess master and his moves. 7. On the Ganga Ghat. Bibliography. Index. Fresh perspectives on fiction is a new kind of book. It incorporates principles of semiotics in the appreciation of a literary text largely ignored by literary critics. The semiotic approach brings greater precision and distances ambiguity from literary criticism. It makes the whole exercise easy and pleasant. 226 pp. Seller Inventory # 54073

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Saikat Banerjee

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About this Item: Yking Books, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. 1. Throttled by the recurring themes: a bane on Indian English fiction/Sony Jalarajan Raj and Soumya Jose. 2. Archetypes and myths in Indian literature/Kiran Arora. 3. Marriage and matrimony in R.K. Narayan s Novels/Anisha Ghosh Paul. 4. Social injustice in Untouchable and the road/Kiran Arora. 5. Anita Desai s fire on the mountain : Patriarchy an Anarchy/J.David Livingston and Sophia Livingston. 6. The most important man of India in the village and Gauri/Kiran Arora. 7. Khuswant Singh s Delhi: a tale of perpetual partitions/Saikat Banerjee. 8. Community, gender, tradition and modernity in generations/Basavaraj Naikar. 9. Analyzing mother daughter relationship in Shashi Deshpande s The Dark holds no Terrors/Manjeet Rathee. 10. Fact into fiction: a comparative study of Arundhati Roy s The God of small things and R.K. Narayan s The Grandmother s tale/R. Premalatha. 11. Conventional belief of marriage by Nayantara Sehgal in her Novels storm in Chadigarh and The Day in Shadow/Rachna Rastogi and Suverna Agarwal. 12. Elements of ecofeminism : An exploration of Kamala Markandaya s the coffer Dams/Patil Sangita Sharnappa. 13. Rethinking feminism in Manju Kapur s difficult daughters/Dixit Pushpa D. 14. The opium induced identity of the modern day metropolis: A psychological analysis of the Theme of identity in Narcopolis by Thayil/Sanghamitra Swain and Prajna Paramita Panigrahi. 15. The postmodern notion of Dilemma, uncertainty, fragmentation in U.R. Ananthamurthy s Bhava/Hem Raj Bansal and Varun Sharma. 16. Reflection of postmodern threat called terrorism from Anees Salim s Vanity Baugh/M. Subha and T. Jayasudha. 17. Unsealed boundaries of Dalit literature: a step forward/S.A. Khader. 18. Mulk Raj Anand-A Champion of downtrodden community/Kiran Arora. 19. Indian Diaspora: problematic of identity/Nureen Mahajan. 20. India and the Diasporic imagination/Nikhil Pratap Singh. 21. War will bring the revolution: revolution will stop the war-Marxism and Jhumpa Lahiris The Lowland/Indira Nityanandam. 22. Patterns of thematic construction in Jhumpa Lahiri s Interpreter of Maladies/Monali Chatterjee. 23. Brutal and corrupt Indian education system: a study of Chetan Bhagat s revolution 2020/Deepika Jhala. 24. Indian English literature: issues and challenges/Sabreentaj I Dhalayet. Charting New Approaches in Indian English Fiction is a modest attempt to evaluate some of the major authors of Indian Fiction writing in English. This book comprises of twenty four well researched papers of researchers from all over the world. The authors discussed in this anthology are R.K. Narayan, Mulk Raj Anand, Anita Desai, Khuswant Singh, Neela Padmanabhan, Shashi Deshpande, Arundhati Roy, Nayantara Saghal, Kamala Markandaya, Manju Kapur, Jeet Thayil, U.R. Ananthamurthy, Anees Salim, Jhumpa Lahiri and Chetan Bhagat. The book aims at fascinating the readers with a broad spectrum of perspectives which have much contemporary relevance in the arena of Indian English Fiction. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 118718

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Manish K. Verma

Published by Gyan Publishing House (2017)

ISBN 10: 8121214157ISBN 13: 9788121214155

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About this Item: Gyan Publishing House, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction/Manish K. Verma. Unit I: Globalisation and Social Justice: 2. Caste hierarchy and Dalits in the era of globalisation: a view from Bihar/Jitendra Ram. 3. A literary analysis of social justice and humanism in Joseph Conrad s heart of darkness and Mulk Raj Anand s untouchable/Deep Shikha Karthik. 4. An analysis of human wellbeing and gender neutrality of mining activities in tribal districts of Odisha/Minati Sahoo and Subrat Kumar Malik. 5. Gender and globalisation: some policy implications/Saket Bihari. 6. The Praxis of injustice: a global investigation of Indian culture and its women/Bushra Wadood and Amina Jafri. 7. Transgenders and social justice in the era of globalisation/Poornima Jain. Unit II: Socio-Economic Aspects of Globalisation. 8. Smart city and the new Indian middle class/Pratick Mallick. 9. Globalisation and withering of handloom industry: a study of weavers of Varanasi district of Uttar Pradesh/Arvinder A. Ansari. 10. Globalisation and economic growth: implications on employment and poverty in India/Surendra Meher and Ruchi Bhalla. 11. Globalisation and education: exploring dimensions of equity, equality and excellence/Tapan R. Mohanty. 12. Globalisation and town identity/Haresh Narayan Pandey. Unit III: Globalisation, Environment and Sustainable Development: 13. Globalisation, climate change and the dynamics of sustainable development/Nandkishor More and Shashi Kumar. 14. Climate change and environmental degradation: a concern for sustainable development in India/Abhishek Pandey. 15. Religiousity, environmental strands and social justice: a multi-dimensional analysis of Kumbh Mela at Allahabad City/Ashish Saxena and Vijaylaxmi Saxena. 16. Globalisation and environmental sanitation: health implications in India/Sutandra Singha. 17. Dialectics and dynamics of the EIA professional groups in transnational global villages/Shital J. Tamakuwala. 18. Equity and social justice in large public irrigated command: an analysis of upper Ganga River Basin/Ravindra Kumar. Index. Globalisation, social justice and sustainable development are obstinately interconnected: the relationship is intuitively straight forward, yet somewhat complex. Most recently serious divergence is noticed and experienced in the expected juxtaposition between the three very important components sweeping the world in their wave and the actual reality which is transfiguring and hence attracted the attention worldwide due to the emergent tribulations. At such a time when the galaxy of scholars are grappling globally to comprehend the nexus between globalisation and sustainable development, its impact on the marginalised sections and concern for promoting social justice, present volume is contoured to ascertain the Indian experiences. The volume provides a comprehensive thematic account of the issues and concerns of globalisation, social justice and sustainable development in India by dividing the papers into three sections. Each section interrogates the nuances of an important facet of globalization, viz. 'Globalisation and Social Justice', 'Socioeconomic Aspects of Globalisation', and 'Globalisation, Environment and Sustainable Development'. Moreover, the major focus of the volume is to comprehensively identify the diverse issues and models of development triggered under globalization with a view to capture grey areas and to facilitate appropriate policy making to promote sustainable development and social justice in India. Due to having broader canvass and inter-disciplinary nature of issues covered, the book is of immense significance for academicians, researchers, post-graduate and graduate level students of social sciences and development studies, policy makers and NGOs working in the area of globalisation, environment, sustainable development, social justice and human rights. Seller Inventory # 122973

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Ghose, Sookamal (Ed.):

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About this Item: Calcutta: Grantham, 1961. Condition: Gut. 245 S. Aus dem Nachlass von Dr. Dieter George (1935-1985), Geschäftsführer der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft (ab 1977), Direktor der Orientabteilung der Staatsbibliothek Preußischer Kulturbesitz (ab 1972) und Herausgeber des "Verzeichnis Orientalischer Handschriften in Deutschland" (VOHD, ab 1982). Umschalg defekt. Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. - Jawaharlal Nehru, Tagore and our times -- Sudhi Ranjan Das, The Legacy of Rabindranath -- Humayun Kabir, Tagore, the educator -- Norman Cousins, Our debt to Tagore -- B. V. Keskar, The noblest flower of a race -- Richard Church, Tagore: the poet of Sunlight -- Vivekananda Mukherjee, Tagore and internationalism -- Dietmar Rothermund, Tagore and Germany -- Umashankar Joshi, Tagore's poetic vision -- L Novichenko, Tagore and the Soviet Union -- Probodh Kumar Sanyal, Tagore's conception of the spirit of India -- A. W. Trueman, Tagore as a world figure -- Burra Venkatappiah, Tagore's conception of rural reconstruction and village welfare -- Leonard. K. Elmhirst, Rebuilding the villages -- Juan Perez Creus, Spain to Tagore -- Lila Vidyant, Gurudev's esteem for women -- Dusan Zbavitel, Rabindranath and the folk-literature f Bengal -- Heinz Mode, The king of the Dark chamber and its folk-love background -- V. Sitaramiah, Tagore's literary criticism -- Martin C. Carroll, Ambassador extraord. to America -- V. S. Naravane, Rabindranath Tagore and the middle path in philosophy -- B. B. Borkar, The prophet of beauty -- Kalindicharan Panigrahi, Literature of triumphant love -- Tatsu Morimoto, Rabindranath Tagore, the great sentinel of humanity -- G. V. Sitapati, Rabindranath Tagore's message to humanity -- Manoje Basu, Rabindranath, the world pilgrim -- A. A. Bake, Tagore and his songs -- Soumendranath Tagore, Rabindranath Tagore's contribution to Indian music -- Melody of the soul, Santideva Ghosh -- Mulk Raj Anand, Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore -- Sirgudur A. Magnusson, Tagore and his concept of death -- Invocation from Spain, José Maria Peman -- Tributes and Homage. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Originalhardcover mit Schutzumschlag. Seller Inventory # 1114058

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Kiran Arora

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About this Item: Outskirts Press, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Mulk Raj Anand - His Progressive Proletarianis. Mulk Raj Anand is passionately concerned with the villages, with the ferocious poverty and cruelties of caste with orphans, with untouchables and urban labourers. Thus the life and the humiliating conditions, under which lay crushed these low down-trodden victims of the inexorable social, economic and political order that existed in Indian Villages, was the subject Mulk Raj chose for himself. He felt that it was his duty and the mission of his life to focus the attention of his readers, on the innumerable wrongs, injustices and the injuries that were being continuously perpetrated on these young unfortunate underdogs of Indian society. He laid the scene of action of his novels, by and large, in the villages and cities of the Punjab with which he was well familiar. He could easily delineate with realistic details the topography, the style and the language of their talk, the customs, superstitions, religious practices, and their disabilities - social, economic and political from which the people of his novels suffered. Seller Inventory # LIE9781478756811

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Kiran Arora

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About this Item: Outskirts Press, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Mulk Raj Anand - His Progressive Proletarianis. Mulk Raj Anand is passionately concerned with the villages, with the ferocious poverty and cruelties of caste with orphans, with untouchables and urban labourers. Thus the life and the humiliating conditions, under which lay crushed these low down-trodden victims of the inexorable social, economic and political order that existed in Indian Villages, was the subject Mulk Raj chose for himself. He felt that it was his duty and the mission of his life to focus the attention of his readers, on the innumerable wrongs, injustices and the injuries that were being continuously perpetrated on these young unfortunate underdogs of Indian society. He laid the scene of action of his novels, by and large, in the villages and cities of the Punjab with which he was well familiar. He could easily delineate with realistic details the topography, the style and the language of their talk, the customs, superstitions, religious practices, and their disabilities - social, economic and political from which the people of his novels suffered. Seller Inventory # AAV9781478756811

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Mittal, Jagdish

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About this Item: Hyderabad: Chetana Prakashan Ltd., 1954. Introduction by Dr Mulk Raj Anand. A collection of 16 tipped in woodcuts. Executed in intricate detail featuring a range of topics including Indian scenery, A pig in a hut, Rain, Market Scene, Open-air theatre, Pahari fruit sellers, Bathers, A village in Chamba, Jat dancers, Lady with a child etc. Three in colour, rest in b/w. All plates very clean. Contained in brown paper covers with illustrated dust wrapper. Dust wrapper torn along spine and chipped at edges. Overall condition of plates VG, Dustwrapper Good. Seller Inventory # 8218

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Mulk Raj Anand

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About this Item: Jonathan Cape, 1939. Condition: Fair. 1939. First Edition. 351 pages. Pictorial dust jacket over grey cloth. Moderate tanning, with light foxing and marking to pages. Heavy tanning and marking to text block edges. Light marking and tanning to pastedowns and endpapers, with small inscriptions to front. Boards have moderate shelf wear, with rubbing and marking. Moderate bumping to corners and crushing to spine ends. Book has noticeable forward lean. Heavy tanning and black stains to sufaces. Unclipped jacket has light edge wear with minor tears and chipping. Moderate tanning and creasing, with rubbing and marking. Seller Inventory # 1586524134CIL

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Anand, Mulk Raj

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About this Item: Cape, London, 1939. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Very scarce first edition of one of Anand's important pre-war novels. Publisher's grey cloth lettered in red. Spine sunned and minor page-edge spotting else clean and sound. Seller Inventory # 2434

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The Village: Mulk Raj Anand

Mulk Raj Anand

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About this Item: Jonathan Cape, 1939. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. First Edition with the statement "First published 1939" on copyright page. A very good book in a very good dust jacket. This copy shows minor shelf wear to the spine ends, some sunning to the top of the boards, and a stamp from a bookstore on the front free end paper (interestingly from the People's Book Shop in Johannesburg). Housed in a very good dust jacket that shows some rubbing and chipping to the spine ends and edges with only minimal loss of material and a few closed tears along the top edges. Overall, a handsome copy of this book which is hard to find, particularly in collectible condition. Not remaindered, not price clipped, not ex-library; in archival protection. Seller Inventory # 1194

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