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Prakrit plays of India: study of Prakrit dance-dramas namely the sattakas
Naikar, Chandramouli S
1998, Hardcover
The dance of the Sarus: essays of a wandering naturalist
Baskaran, S Theodore
1999, Hardcover
Dance legacy of Patliputra
Narayan, Shovana
1999, Hardcover
Dance of the peacock: jewellery traditions of India, photography by Bharath Ramamrutham
Bala Krishnan, Usha R
1999, Hardcover
Music-dance and musical instruments: during the period of Nayakas (1673-1732)
Kusuma Bai, K
2000, Hardcover

this book focuses on the development of sangeetham and natyam in andhra pradesh with special reference to the period of nayakas in southern part of india.
A panorama of Indian dances
Krishna Rao, US et al
1993, Hardcover

deals with various aspects of indian dance, birth of arts and development, fine arts, dance and ancient hindu society, indian dance and sculpture, painting, nmusic, literature, drama, musical instruments, historical development of indian classical dances, bharatanatya, kathakali, kathak, manipuri, kuchipudi, bhagavata mela, odissi, mohini attam, etc.
The Oxford dictionary of dance, by Debra Craine et al
2000, Hardcover

it provides all the information necessary for dance fans to navigate the diverse dance scene of the twenty-first century.
Kuchipudi: Indian classical dance art
Kothari, Sunil et al.
2001, Hardcover

based on his extensive field work dr. kothari has studied the allied forms like vithi bhagavatam, turpubani vidhi natakam, pagati vesham, navajanardana parijatam, bhagavata mela nataka, kuravanji dance-drama and offered an overview of the dance form as it exists today and continues to develop in its many ramifications. he has also dwelt upon the all-pervading influence of vempa ...
Hindustani sangeet and a philosopher of art: music, rhythm and Kathak dance vis-a-vis aesthetics of Susanne K. Langer
Saxena, Sushil Kumar (b.1920)
2001, Hardcover

this book provides a lucid exposition of essentials of langer\'s aesthetics and abounding illustrative references to hindustani sangeet.
Speaking of dance: the Indian critique
Bose, Mandakranta (b.1938)
2001, Hardcover

with a fresh, critical appraisal of the key concepts surfacing from the natyasastra of bharata muni and some of the other landmark treatises, like abhinayadarpana, sangitaratnakar, and nartananirnaya, the book tries to highlight how these time-honoured writings have contributed to the evolution of classical dancing in india.
Restoring the abundance: regeneration of Indian agricultureto ensure food for all in plenty
Bajaj, Jitendra et al.
2001, Paperback

brings into focus the need for going back to our perennial and natural resources for regeneration of indian economy.
Abhinaya-Candrika and Odissi dance, 2 vols., Chief ed.: Sushma Kulshrestha (Set)
2001, Hardcover

this work presents abhinaya candrika, the only orissan text found exclusively devoted to odissi dance. the author attempts to explore, unveil and define the theories, terms and their contexts through the text and the practicing form as it is seen.
A concordance of Nayakas: the Vijayanagar inscriptions in South India
Karashima, Noboru
2002, Hardcover

a detailed statistical analysis of vijayanagar inscriptions in tamil nadu concerning the activities of the nayakas, from the fifteenth century to the early seventeenth century.
The handy concordance of the Quran
2002, Paperback
The dance of the sarus: essays of a wandering naturalist
Baskaran, S Theodore
2002, Paperback

the book is the outcome of the authors\' journeys and postings to different parts of the country and his unending forays into areas rich in natural history.
Cultural rhythms in emotions, narratives and dance
Mathur, Nita
2002, Hardcover

this book indentifies the interplay between dance and lifestyle in the specific context of tamil brahmin culture.
Bharatanatyam: how to...; a step-by-step approach to learn the classical dance form
Eshwar, Jayalakshmi
2010, Hardcover

the book is self-explanatory with detailed pictorial and written instructions of the adavus in a simple and systematic manner. a descriptive historical background to the dance form and it\'s evolution introduces the content.
Andhranatyam: the Lasya dance tradition of Andhras
Suvarchala Devi, KVLN
2001, Hardcover

with reference to andhra pradesh, india.
Concordance of three Nigandus: Diwakaram-Pingalam-Choodamani
2000, Hardcover
Transformation as creation: essays in the history, theory and aesthetics of Indian music, dance and theatre, Vol.1: essays in English
Lath, Mukund (b.1937)
1998, Hardcover
Dictionary of music, dance and drama
Sinha, Biswajit
2003, Hardcover

covers an essential vocabulary of music, dance and dramatic words, as found in the traditional doctrines in simplified manner.
The cultural pride of Meghalaya: dances and festivals:...a peepto the ways of life
2000, Hardcover
Folk dance: tribal, ritual and martial forms
Khokar, Ashish Mohan
2003, Hardcover
A concordance to Swami Vivekananda, Vol.1
1997, Hardcover
A concordance to Swami Vivekananda, Vol.2
2001, Hardcover
A concordance to Swami Vivekananda, Vol.3
2003, Hardcover
Vedic concordance of Mantras as per Devata and Rsi (in Skt.), 2 Vols ., by Dr. Ravi Prakash Arya et al (Set)
2001, Hardcover
A Vedic word-concordance (in Skt.): being a universal vocabulary register with complete textual reference and critical commentary bearing on phonology, accent etymo-morphology,... (Set)
1935-65, Hardcover

...grammar, metre, text-criticism and proto-linguistic, containing complete text references with grammatical, exegetical and text critical commentary in respect of over 1,23,000 word-bases found used in 50,00,000 word forms, i.e. in respect of every word read in about 400 vedic and sub-vedic texts, ed. by vishva bandhu.;;;section 1: samhitas, vols.1-6, (vol.1 rev. ed., 1976). s ...
Concordance to principal Upanisads and Bhagavadgita, ed. byG.A. Jacob
2004, Hardcover
Mirrors and gestures: conversations with women dancers
Lakshmi, CS
2003, Hardcover

the author recounts the experiences of well-known classical dancers like chandralekha, zohra segal, sita pooviah, the jhaveri sisters, chandrabhaga devi, indrani rehman, leela samson, alarmel valli, malavika sarukkai and others.