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A Study of Women in Ancient India and An Introduction to Crimes Against Women

This book gives a holistic view over ancient pride of Indian women, their glory vis-a-vis their present miserable state, the

Age of The Nandas & Mauryas

The age of the Nandas and Mauryas (c. 400-185 B.C.) witnessed great changes sweeping over the face of Western Asia, over lands with which India had much to do from the dawn of history, and account must be taken of their effects, direct and indirect, on the political, economic and artistic life of India. In this seminal period when Indo-Aryan civilization may be said to have attained its maturity, India did not hesitate to borrow political and economic plans and artistic motifs from abroad, and put them to the most appropriate uses in her own institutions and monuments.

Ancient History of India

This is a fresh look at the history of Ancient India, centering on the Law Code of Manu (Manusmrti/Manu Dharmasastra),

Chandragupta Maurya

A Ksatriya hero of little-known antecedents, Chandragupta Maurya was unmistakably a born leader of men, who within twenty-four years of

Economy & Society in Early India

This book is a refreshing study of some of the basic issues in the current historiographical debate on early Indian economy and society. It identifies major trends in the writings on early Indian economic history, and analyses the increasingly oppressive nature of ancient Indian land revenue system and the economic role of early medieval south Indian temples.

Exploring Medieval India Through Persian Sources

Exploring Medieval India through Persian Sources revisits medieval Indian history through eleven authoritative and resourceful papers presented in a national

History and Time An Indian Perspective

The modern West accords great preeminence to “History”, and therein situates, for the most part, the essence and meaning of

History of Anncient India

The object of this volume is to provide within a moderate compass a compendious account of the history, institutions, and culture of ancient India from the dim ages of antiquity to the establishment of Moslem rule. It has not been planned to meet the needs of any particular class of readers. Its primary purpose is to serve alike students, scholars, and all others, interested in the study of ancient Indian history, as a book of ready use and reference.

History of the Sakta Religion

The Present work deals comprehensively with the genesis and development of Saktism as an organised but flexible and receptive religion,

Interstate Relations in Northern India Circa 800-1200 CE

Interstate Relations in Northern India (800-1200 CE) is a critical analysis of the Empire and State, the Raja-Mandala, in medieval

Man and His Becoming

Richard C. Nicholson's translation of Rene Guenon's Man and His Becoming is an exposition of the 'nature and constitution of the human being' in the light of the doctrines of Vedanta which echoes the Upanishadic message, 'there is one only without a second.' Other traditional views like Nyaya, Vaisesika, Sankhya, Yoga and Mimamsa are referred to wherever necessary.

Perspectives in Social and Economic History of Early India

The book begins with a survey of the sources of the social and economic history of early India, and reviews the writings from the late ninteenth to the mid-twentieth centuries on social history. It discusses the problems of caste and gender relations, and shows the role of divination and communication in fostering social control and cohesion.