paniker et al the medieval age in indian history (ad.1100-1800) forms a vital fountainhead of indian cultural heritage. this work to be completed in three volumes is an attempt to present a historical and critical survey of the literature of twenty-one indian languages written during this period. it also presents selections from nearly 700 authors rendered into english by over ...
it is essentially a bibliography on india\'s foreign policy and her relations. in fact, one of the foremost aims of this work is to stimulate the wide scattered research material on india\'s foreign policy in a single source
vol.1: language: history and structure; literature: canonical pali texts. vol.2: literature: non-canonical pali texts.;;;beginning with a description of the language, its historical evolution, phonology and grammatical categories, the book studies the canonical pali texts (the three pitakas) and surveys the non-canonical pali literature covering manuals and chronicles.
report on study carried out in baramulla and budgam districts in 1996-1997 among 600 selected and representative repondents and proceedings of the national seminar in srinagar in august 1997 organized jointly by unicef.