Women's literature in Indian languages (1850-2000) : English version of the original research project in Marathi (vol. I & II) Bharteeya bhashanteel streesahityacha magova. Women in India have expressed their concerns and quest for an identity through folk literature and religious literature at first.
ISBN 9788124606643 DK-229073 It points out that stereotypes and archetypes were constructed on the basis of gender roles rather than sex. These archetypes were reflected by various attributes of the representations like nudity, ornamentation, gestures, direction of gaze and the context. It presents insights into the intention, agency and patronage patterns in early Indian art.
It is a miscellany of scholarly essays covering varied aspects of Indian prehistory, Harappan sites, Buddhist studies, art history, historical monuments, sculptures, temples, temple structural types, Puranic myths, inscriptions, and iconography ISBN 9788173201332, DK-227593 Sivasri perspectives in Indian archaeology, art & culture birth centenary volume of Padma Bushan Dr. C. Sivaramamurti and Padma Bushan Sh. K.R. Srinivasan editor, D. Dayalan. Delhi Agam Kala Prakashan, 2013.
The sadhus can be variantly described as “spiritual adventurers, ascetic warriors, devout mystics, occult rebels, philosophic monks, or even representatives of gods”; but they certainly represent the essence of Hindu spiritualism – which calls for detachment, a liberation from worldly bondage. Rajesh Bedi: one of India’s most eminent photographers, specially of wildlife, has followed sadhus for three decades.
The heritage of the Bahmanis & the Baridis of the Deccan (1347-1538-1619 A.D) M.A. Nayeem. Hyderabad: Hyderabad Publishers; Bijapur: Distributors, Abu-Hureira Educational Services, 2012. ISBN 9788185492407, DK-227236. It is the final volume of M.A. Nayeem’s Heritage Series – a 5-volume series that captures the life and times of the Medieval Deccan. The earlier volumes in this series are the Heritage of the Qutab Shahis of Golconda and Hyderabad, Heritage of the Adil Shahis of Bijapur, the Royal Palace of the Nizam, and the Splendours of Hyderabad.
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ISBN 9788189995713, DK-224549- Handloom and handicrafts of Gujarat edited by Villoo Mirza and Vinutha Mallya Ahmedabad: Govt. of Gujarat, Gujarat State Handloom & Handicrafts Development Corp. in association with Mapin Pub. 2012. The story of Gujarat is one of amalgamation and continuity of human potential, seen in the glorious karigari (craftsmanship) in the state. The book comes from the Gujarat State Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited – an undertaking of the Government of Gujarat.
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Dkagencies Indian Books: Tattva-cintamni (the Thought Jewel of Reality) is a widely acclaimed Sanskrit text on the Navya-nyaya system of Indian philosophy,logic and linguistics. Written in the 13th century by Gangesopadhyaya, it is considered to have heralded a new era in the development of Indian theory of knowledge and logic.