Misra, Promode Kumar
ISBN: 9789385161827, 9385161822
Mahajan, Gurpreet (ed.)
ISBN: 9780198075035, 0198075030
The volume delineates the policies and institutional arrangements that were specifically designed to accommodate religious, linguistic, and cultural diversities prevalent in Indian society. It also sheds light on the problems that the chosen path yielded.
Singh, Binod Kumar
ISBN: 9788192353890, 8192353893
The journal aims to expand the current practices of heritage conservation to that of heritage management. It strives to bring about inclusion of heritage in all relevant policies and decisions of the country and make people aware about the imperative need to preserve the cultural assets of the nation.
ISBN: 9780198089643, 0198089643
This collection explores the length of the river, from its source to its delta, bringing together various perspectives from the mythical, material, and spiritual dimensions. It includes founding myths from the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata, and other literature.
ISBN: 9789993308874, 9993308870
ISBN: 9788132110453, 8132110455
This book provides an overview of the Assam, its geography, the Brahmaputra, forests, tea, flowers, oil, gas, language and culture. It weaves a thread of continuity to depict the harmonious life of Assam.
ISBN: 9780415655934, 0415655935
Offers an insightful historical and ethnographic accounts of how nuclear issues are represented in popular culture, print media, films, documentaries, comics, driven by perceptions of those based in the city of Mumbai, a prime site of nuclear establishments in India since the mid-1940s.
ISBN: 9789383968220, 9383968222
ISBN: 9780143442530, 0143442538
Auroville has a reputation as a cosmopolitan, spiritual township, but it remains an enigma to outside observers. This collection of fiction, essays, poetry and drama capture something of the dreams, hopes, disappointments and sheer hard work that make up this complex, layered and constantly evolving place.
Gautam, Rajesh K
ISBN: 9789350180396, 9350180391
This book provides deep insight into the various socio-cultural aspects of the Baiga, a primitive tribe of Central India.
Dodson, Michael S (ed.)
ISBN: 9780415693776, 0415693772
Based on original research and with a fascinating collection of archival and contemporary photographs, this volume is a unique analysis of Banaras in recent times, with its urban and cultural components examined in their many facets. Drawing upon archaeology, literature, history, and architecture, the articles examine the diverse and vast urban identities, in and offer the British colonial period.
ISBN: 9789353020323, 9353020328
It is a compelling narrative of a people at peace with themselves and nature, their dialect, their festivities, their delightful interactions. Situated in the deep interior of Bastar, and inhabited by the Abujhmadias, they are a primitive hunter-gether tribe.;
Dhar, Maloy Krishna
ISBN: 9789380828497, 9380828497
Chaudhuri, Sartik K. et al,
ISBN: 9789385285318, 9385285319
The book describe the cultural importance of different beads among the people of North-East India in general and Arunachal Pradesh in particular. It also describes the economy, cultural and ritual significance of beads; their historical relation to migration and popular beliefs; classification mechanism; legends and history around them; and ethnic specifications.
Raghunathan, V. et al.
ISBN: 9789351772644, 9351772640
The book contains ten little-known and extremely readable stories from the colonial times about Englishmen who contributed to Indian life and society in numerous ways.
Ray, Himanshu Prabha
ISBN: 9788173055409, 8173055408
The book reorients the reader from the conventional linear construct of maritime history as control of trade networks and domination to looking at the reality of constant cultural transfer and transmission within the domain of the Indian Ocean world.
Fihl, Esther et al. (ed.)
ISBN: 9788125054375, 8125054375
This book is a collection of twenty-four essays by scholars who take us to seventeenth-century Denmark, as the kingdom strives to find a place in the thriving colonial enterprise.
ISBN: 9788183249430, 8183249434
The Bishnupriya Manipuris constitute a linguistic minority community living in North East India, mainly in parts of Assam, Manipur, Tripura and also Bangladesh.
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