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Globalization - Perspectives in Women’s Studies
by Malini Bhattacharya

(PRODUCTID:13412 ~ ISBN:81-85229-87-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:174 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Tulika)

The essays put together in this volume ar the proceedings of a seminar on Globalizing Women, organized by the School of Women’s Studies. The idea behind the seminar was to assess how women are involved in and affected by the profound economic, political and cultural changes that have been going on in India for more than a decade, under the name of globalization.

Morality of Markets
by Parth Shah

(PRODUCTID:13432 ~ ISBN:81-7188-366-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:358 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Academic Foundation)

Morality of Markets presents a unique compilation of essays by distinguished economists, ethicists, and theologians that explores the moral and ethical foundations of the free market. The essays comprehensively address critical issues ranging from the underlying ethics of voluntary exchange, morality in commerce and the corporation, the immorality of state intervention, and the role of markets in the teachings of major world religions.

Music Makers - Living Legends of Indian Classical Music
by Ashok Roy

(PRODUCTID:13431 ~ ISBN:81-291-0319-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:531 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

While music cannot be captured on paper, one can however make an attempt to project its essence or soul through words and pictures.In presenting brief but insightful profiles of some of the living legends of Indian Classical Music, this book makes a spirited attempt to paint a timeless portrait of Indian Classical Music itself.

Bullion for Goods - European and Indian Merchants in the Indian Ocean Trade 1500 - 1800
by Om Prakash

(PRODUCTID:13430 ~ ISBN:81-7304-538-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:426 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manohar)

The twenty-one essays included in this volume are firmly embedded in original archival sources. They deal mainly with issues arising out of the Europeans commercial presence in the Indian Ocean region and the interaction they had with their Asian counterparts

Taxation of Income - An Internatinal Comparison
by Indu Jain

(PRODUCTID:13429 ~ ISBN:81-7304-532-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:422 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manohar)

This book attempts to provide a detailed analysis of income tax provisions of six countries-three of them developed, namely, the U K, the U S, and Australia and three developing, Malaysia, Pakistan and India. The book makes a detailed analysis of the tax rate structure and explains the mode of the computation of the taxable income of the individual and the corporate taxpayer.

Running Wild - Essays, Fictions and Memoirs
by David Brooks

(PRODUCTID:13428 ~ ISBN:81-7304-550-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:308 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manohar)

Michael Wilding the distinguished teacher, critic and writer retired in 2000 from his Personal Chair in English and Australian Literature at the University of Sydney. Two of his former colleagues David Brooks and Brian Kiernan have put together this Festschrift as a mark of honour to his brilliant career.

From Hydaspes to Kargil - A History of Warfare in India from 325 BC to AD 1999
by Kaushik Roy

(PRODUCTID:13427 ~ ISBN:81-7304-543-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:283 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manohar)

Warfare has determined the fate of India from the dawn of civilization Battles like Tarain and Panipat have altered the course of history. Nevertheless, military history remains marginal within the academic discourse. In this volume, the aim is to show the interaction between war as an institution and society. This book also contains guidelines for contemporary military management

The Hindu Journey
by Tribhuwan Kapur

(PRODUCTID:13426 ~ ISBN:81-212-0835-1 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Gyan Publishing House)

The Hindu Journey comprises a prime example of allegorical writing. Part One of this book deals with visionary experiences, though a spiritual technique known as gazing though which access can be made possible to religious experiences. The next part of this allegory follows up on experiences and describes places and people that defy the imagination. Finally there is an Afterword on allegorical sociology.

Wall at Wagah : India - Pakistan Relations
by Kuldip Nayar

(PRODUCTID:13425 ~ ISBN:81-212-0829-7 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Gyan Publishing House)

This is monumental work, spread over five decades and more, from August 1947 to 2003. All the articles of Kuldip Nayar on relations between India and Pakistan, with special focus on Kashmir, have been included in this volume. It is a history of wars and accords, of enmity and amity, of failures and successes.

Encyclopaedia of Women in South Asia - (In 8 Vols. Set)
by Sangh Mittra

(PRODUCTID:13424 ~ ISBN:81-7835-187-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:2426 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Kalpaz Publications)

The Encyclopaedia of Women in South Asia is a detailed study of eight countries including India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Maldive. The theme has been weaved into eight comprehensive Chapters having deep bearing on historical background, geography and people, social status of women etc. ,

Family Diveristy in India - Patterns, Practices and Ethos
by Parimal Roy

(PRODUCTID:13423 ~ ISBN:81-212-0803-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:350 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Gyan Publishing House)

This book examines the characteristics of family life of various religious and cultural groups in India and analyses the diversities and complexities of family patterns, practices and ethos that exists in India.

Trade Between SAARC and Other Asian Developing Countries
by S V Hariharan

(PRODUCTID:13422 ~ ISBN:81-86771-07-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:127 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

This book makes an attempt to assess the progress in Intra-regional trade in the SAARC and trade between SAARC and other Asian developing countries based on the time series data for a period of fifteen years, through various parameters. The study provides important guidelines for the SAARC to have closer trade links within the region and with other developing countries.

Religious Movements in South Asia 600-1800
by David N Lorenzen

(PRODUCTID:13398 ~ ISBN:0-19-566448-5 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

Every religious movement is, to some degree, a social movement. In this important volume, David Lorenzen addresses a range of debates regarding religious movements in the medieval and early modern periods and presents the views of several scholars on each debate.

The Scandal of the State
by Rajeswari Sunder Rajan

(PRODUCTID:13418 ~ ISBN:81-7824-064-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:313 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

This work is a pathbreaking examination of the relationship between the postcolonial democratic Indian nation state and Indian women's actual needs and lives. Rich with theoretical acumen and activist passion, This work is a powerful critique of the mutual dependence of women and the state in the specific context of India's postcolonial modernity.

Select Essays on Indian Economy (A Set of 2 Volumes)
by C Rangarajan

(PRODUCTID:13435 ~ ISBN:81-7188-338-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:678 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Academic Foundation)

Feasting on Indian Economics, Dr C Rangarajan is one of the finest and the most illustrious economists that India has produced. The two volumes not only bring together his earlier research in one place, but also serve as a very useful reference guide to the students and practitioners of economics alike.

Cosmic Quest
by Partha Ghose

(PRODUCTID:13409 ~ ISBN:81-86017-28-3 ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:93 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Thema)

Has the universe always been there? Or, was it created some time? What was there before creation? How large is the universe? How and why did the solar system form? These are only some of the questions that the author answers in this little book.

Prophecy Continuous
by Yohanan Friedmann

(PRODUCTID:13408 ~ ISBN:0-19566252-0 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The Pakistani parliament declared the Ahmadis non-Muslims in 1974, a presidential ordinance in 1984 transformed much of the religious observance of the Ahmadis into a criminal offence, punishable by imprisonment and fine. This book opens with a discussion of these developments, which is important for an understanding of the complex relationship between religion and state in Pakistan

Thema Book Of Naxalite Poetry
by Sumanta Banerjee

(PRODUCTID:13407 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1987 ~ Pages:133 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Thema)

The poems included in this anthology therefore may often sound different, the conventional metres or poetic images having been abandoned. But an imaginative identification, or even sympathy on the part of the readers, will help their appreciation better. The present introduction and the accompanying notes are meant to explain the context.

Ellora - Monumental Legacy
by M K Dhavalikar

(PRODUCTID:13406 ~ ISBN:0-19-565458-7 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The cave temples at Ellora, excavated between the sixth and tenth centuries AD, are a fascinating showcase of the evolution of Indian sculptural art. This book provides a succinct overview of Ellora's historical background and discusses the development of the site in relation to religious contexts as well as architectural and artistic ones.

India's Islamic Traditions, 711-1750
by Richard M Eaton

(PRODUCTID:13405 ~ ISBN:0-19-565974-0 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

For a thousand years before the advent of British power, a great variety of Islamic traditions appeared in India-letters and conversations of Sufis, vernacular epics, visual arts, qawwali music, commentaries on the Qur'an, historical chronicles, romance literature, folk ballads, and much more. The essays in this book-some of them classics, some written especially for inclusion here-seek to place such traditions in their historical contexts

Three Statesmen - Gokhale, Gandhi and Nehru
by B R Nanda

(PRODUCTID:13404 ~ ISBN:0-19-566876-6 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The destiny of modern India has largely been shaped by the efforts of three charismatic leaders-Gokhale, Gandhi and Nehru. This omnibus volume brings together the lives of these three giants that enable us to compare their personalities, approaches, and achievements

Community and Public Culture
by Anne Hardgrove

(PRODUCTID:13403 ~ ISBN:0-19-566803-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:352 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This book explores the historical and cultural processes by which people under colonial and postcolonial rule come to regard themselves as part of a community, sharing a particular local and pan-regional ethnic community identity.

Land, Politics and Trade in South Asia
by Sanjay Subrahmanyam

(PRODUCTID:13402 ~ ISBN:0-19-566707-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:336 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The implications of colonial rule have been among the core concerns for historians of modern India,. This collection of outstanding essays represents this dynamic aspect of the history writing about the colonial period, with one eye always trained on its effects on understanding contemporary India. .

Unequal Citizens - A Study of Muslim Women in India
by Zoya Hasan

(PRODUCTID:13401 ~ ISBN:0-19-566535-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This path-breaking study of Muslim women in India seeks to dispel popular misperceptions and stereotypes regarding their status, as well as to seriously engage with academic debates on gender and Islam. The data and interpretative analysis presented here are based on the first-ever national survey of 10,000 Muslim and Hindu women in India,

The Buddhism Omnibus
by S Radhakrishnan

(PRODUCTID:13400 ~ ISBN:0-19-566898-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The three works brought together in this collection explore Buddhism as a rich source of literary legend, an austere ethical guide, and a contemporary philosophy very relevant in the modern world.

Bend Without Fear - Hopes and Possibilities for an Indian Church
by Kuruvilla Pandikattu

(PRODUCTID:13497 ~ ISBN:81-7214-709-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:310 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

The Church in India has to be prophetic without fear or favour. More than eighteen scholars and theologians have come together in this volume to express their hopes and dreams for an Indian Church

Explaining the Universe - The New Age of Physics
by John M Charap

(PRODUCTID:13421 ~ ISBN:81-7371-467-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:226 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Universities Press)

John Charap offers a panoramic view of the physicist's world as the twenty-first century opens. The view is entirely different from the one that greeted the twentieth century. After a review of the twentieth century's thorough transformation of physics, he checks in on the latest findings form particle physics, astrophysics, chaos theory, and cosmology.

Sainthood and Revelatory Discourse
by David Emmanuel Singh

(PRODUCTID:13465 ~ ISBN:81-7214-728-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:485 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Many Muslim nations prefer religious nationalism to secular democracy. The traditional Prophetic model largely inspires their brand of nationalism. The ideas of the Saint and Sainthood are also power-laden. These provide, however, a viable alternative to the traditional Prophetic model and harbour a promise for change. It is important, therefore, that scholars study the range of saintly expressions of Islam. This book makes a contribution to this area of study.

Chistian Faith Meets Other Faiths
by Leonard Fernando, SJ

(PRODUCTID:13496 ~ ISBN:81-7214-446-6 ~ Pub Year: 1998 ~ Pages:261 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Christianity among other religions is a lived-in reality in India.. This work on the one hand shows well the problems Christianity faced at the time of Origen as well as his own position then. On the other hand it also brings out clearly the questions which Christianity meets today especially in India.

The Hidden History of Christianity in Asia
by John C England

(PRODUCTID:13494 ~ ISBN:81-7214-242-0 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:203 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

The history of Christianity is often taught, and understood as comprising only the Westward expansion of the church. The long and richly diverse church history of the other half of the world has been largely ignored, and seldom outlined in any complete form. This book provides a survey of the history of Christianity in the Asian region, from the second to the fifteenth centuries.

Introducing Christian Ethics
by M Stephen

(PRODUCTID:13489 ~ ISBN:81-7214-721-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:297 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

The book Introducing Christian Ethics is a survey of issues related to ethics in the local and global context. It deals with methodology as well as the problems that we find around us. Christian responses to the issues are very significant in order to curb the evil and also to act responsibly in the context.

The Further Shore
by Abhishiktananda

(PRODUCTID:13487 ~ ISBN:81-7214-401-9 ~ Pub Year: 1997 ~ Pages:148 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Swami Abhishiktananda (Dom Henri Le Saux) was a French monk who came to India in 1948 and died in 1973, aged 63. During these years he entered ever more deeply into the classical tradition of Indian spirituality. The three essays printed here were written during the last eighteen months of his life.

The Secret of Arunachala - A Christian Hermit on Shiva's Holy Mountain
by Abhishiktananda

(PRODUCTID:13486 ~ ISBN:81-7214-400-0 ~ Pub Year: 1997 ~ Pages:150 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Swami Abhishiktananda During his times at Arunachala, Swami Abhishiktananda came in contact with many interesting people-other hermits, both men and women, sadhus, mystics, devotees, temple-priests, townsmen, peasants, beggars, children. There are presented here with understanding and respect, and also with kindly humour-though the pretentious are given short shrift!

The Banquet is Ready - Rich and Poor in the Parables of Luke
by Takatemjen

(PRODUCTID:13485 ~ ISBN:81-7214-739-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:414 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

An original study that combines biblical scholarship and fine exegetical flair with relevance to the Indian context. Beyond the too facile slogans on poor and poverty, this study on the Lucan Parables will lead the reader in a reflection in depth on the message of the Gospel.

Christianity is Indian - The Emergence of an Indigenous Community
by Roger E Hedlund

(PRODUCTID:13484 ~ ISBN:81-7214-561-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:463 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

The 27 essays in this volume written by established and emerging national and international scholars, are a most timely contribution to correct the popular notion that Christianity is a Western religion.

Asian Dreams and Christian Hope
by Felix Wilfred

(PRODUCTID:13483 ~ ISBN:81-7214-580-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:309 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This book is addressed to all people of good will who are concerned about what happens to the poor in our Asian societies. The book is also intended to help the Christians forge new relationships with the larger society, and in the process, become self-critical.

Prophetic Dialogue - Challenges and Prospects in India
by L Stanislaus

(PRODUCTID:13482 ~ ISBN:81-7214-777-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:178 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Dialogue is buzz-word today. One cannot understand mission today without dialogue. People have to understand the meaning of the Word of God in the context they live. God speaks very specially and differently in the given context. This volume brings home fourfold prophetic dialogue: dialogue with the marginalized, people of different cultures, religions and faith seekers.

Mission in the Spirit - The Holy Spirit in Indian Christian Theologies
by Kirsteen Kim

(PRODUCTID:13474 ~ ISBN:81-7214-754-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:290 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Kirsteen Kim’s book on the pneumatology of three well-known Indian Christian theologians, Sister Vandana, Samuel Rayan and the late Stanley Samartha makes a substantial contribution to the critical current debate on the role of the Spirit in interfaith dialogue.

Religion and Eco-Economics of Dr J C Kumarappa: Gandhism Redefined
by Solomon Victus

(PRODUCTID:13473 ~ ISBN:81-7214-711-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:271 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This is a fine and well-researched piece of work on a thinker important in his own time but gravely neglected. Kumarappa was multiple outsider, he was not orthodox enough as a Christian, or as a Gandhian, or as an economist, and hence has been unfairly ignored in the historiography of those three fields.

Economic Reforms Sans Development
by N A Majumdar

(PRODUCTID:13433 ~ ISBN:81-7188-345-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:286 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Academic Foundation)

This book examines thie central theme of the whole range of economic reforms and seeks to demonstrate that these reforms have resulted in shifting the focus of macroeconomic policy away from the end-objectives of development, namely, reduction in poverty and improvement in the quality of the life of the bulk of the population. The bunch of 33 selected articles brought together in this book seeks to provide concrete evidence in support of this central theme.

Dr Radhakrishnan and Christianity - An Introduction to Hindu-Christrian Apologetics
by Joshua Kalapati

(PRODUCTID:13466 ~ ISBN:81-7214-690-6 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:187 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

What was the role of Madras Christian College in shaping the life, thought and career of Radhakrishnan? How objective is his thesis that Hinduism and Buddhism have indirectly influenced Christian religion and thought? Should a Hindu-Christian dialogue be based on comparisons or contrasts? These are some of the questions addressed in this book.

Poverty and Economic Reforms -The Social Concerns
by G S Aurora

(PRODUCTID:13434 ~ ISBN:81-7188-392-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:328 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Academic Foundation)

This book is based on research carried out in a few villages in South India, when they were at the threshold of their economies and society being exposed to a new economic order. This volume is intended to help academicians, policy makers, voluntary organisations and other activists engaged in understanding the responses of the poor to the sweeping economic changes.

Towards Understanding Indian Society
by Gabriele Dietrich

(PRODUCTID:13464 ~ ISBN:81-7821-011-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:287 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: CSS Books)

This book is based on class and group-work with students as well as activists. It is meant as text-book for teachers and students of the course Understanding Indian society. Scholars working in Specialized fields may find it useful as an attempt to make the linkage with other fields of study visible in a praxis oriented perspective of peoples struggle for social transformation.

The Socio-Cultural and Political Significance of the Monarchical System of the Konyak Nagas
by L Metjen Konyak

(PRODUCTID:13463 ~ ISBN:81-7214-742-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:84 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

The research work on the practice of Kingship among the Konyak Nagas is a maiden venture. This makes the book informative about various issues pertaining to the Konyak Nagas which may interest the readers.

Ambedkar on Religion - A Liberative Perspective
by P Mohan Larbeer

(PRODUCTID:13462 ~ ISBN:81-7214-729-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:231 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This book is popularized version of a dissertation entitled, Study of philosophy of Dr B R Ambedkar with special reference to his criticism on religion in relation to the origin and development of Caste and Untouchability to evaluate his liberative principles of Dalits.

Spiritual Traditions - Essential Visions for Living
by David Emmanuel Singh

(PRODUCTID:13461 ~ ISBN:81-7214-461-X ~ Pub Year: 1998 ~ Pages:454 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This book deals with Spirituality, its meaning from various denominational angles and perspectives. It covers Modern Hindu Spirituality, Advaita Spirituality and Sikh Spirituality, to name a few.

Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta - Deluxe Edition (HINDI+SANSKRIT)
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13455 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:384 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Manoj Pocket Book)

This book offers Sanskrit shlokas with Hindi translation and commentary. A colorful printing with illustrations and bold print makes this a fine presentation.

Emotion Pictures
by Naremdra Panjwani

(PRODUCTID:13447 ~ ISBN:81-86962-72-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rainbow publishers)

Cinema is not just a visual medium; it is also an emotional medium. This emotional dimension is what makes some films - like Kismet, Aawara, Baiju Baawra, Pyaasa, Mother India, Mughal-e-Azam, Mere Mehboob, Sholay, - our films. This book of essays explores the experience of Hindi movei-goers, especially that of small town teenagers in north-central India.

World Vedic Heritage - A History of Histories (2-Volume Set)
by P N Oak

(PRODUCTID:13444 ~ ISBN:81-88388-23-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:1394 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan)

The controversial author made some far-reaching discoveries in history regarding the so called Muslim architecture in India. His discovery that Shahjahan did not build the Taj Mahal and That e Tajmahal is a Temple Palace was published as a book. .According to his latest discovery-prior to the Mahabharat War, Vedic Culture and Sanskrit language pervaded the whole world.

Economic Reforms Need Radical Changes
by B Ramachandran

(PRODUCTID:13439 ~ ISBN:81-7835-184-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:350 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Kalpaz Publications)

This volume deals with iuntricate issues relating to the Indian economic reforms, and alaylsis many critical areas where radical changes are required to be done keeping in view the long-term interest of the country in the wake of Globalisation.

Folklore in the New Millennium
by P Chenna Reddy

(PRODUCTID:13438 ~ ISBN:81-89131-01-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:256 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Research India Press)

This age of post modernism has woken up from the slumber of modernism and begun to recognize certain plus points of Pre-modern Age that have been discounted as unscientific and unreliable during modernism. This book presents a good gamut of scholars from highly academic to greatly experienced people in folklore.

Human Rights - Perspectives and Challenges
by Rajindar Sachar

(PRODUCTID:13437 ~ ISBN:81-212-0830-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:350 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Gyan Publishing House)

This monumental work is a comprehensive collection of articles contributed by an eminent Judge and Senior Advocate and will be useful for Parliamentarians, social scientists, teachers and student in India and abroad.

Human Rights and the Constitution - Vision and the Reality
by K P Saksena

(PRODUCTID:13436 ~ ISBN:81-212-0819-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:396 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Gyan Publishing House)

More than 50 years ago, we the people of India gave ourselves the constitutional framework, which would ensure to all the citizens human diginity. But gross violation of human rights are widely rampant. In this book, a group of eminent and experienced human rights activists, attempt to analyse the factors responsible for the sordid state of affairs.

The Red Fort of Shahjahanabad
by Anisha Shekhar Mukherji

(PRODUCTID:13397 ~ ISBN:0-19-565775-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:282 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The Red Ford and the city of Shahjahanabad built by emperor Shah Jahan in the seventeenth century have both undergone radical transformation. This well laid out book offers an engaging narrative of how life was lived within the Red Fort. Richly illustrated, this architectural biography of a fascinating palace and city Contains over 300 black & white and colour photographs, charts, maps, etc.

The Message of Mission
by Howard Peskett

(PRODUCTID:13472 ~ ISBN:0-85111-326-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:288 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

The Root of the Word mission means sending. All Christian mission has its fountainhead in the God revealed in Scripture. This presentation of mission in this book is as broad, lively, earthy and integrated as the Bible itself

Does Class Matter? - Colonial Capital and Workers' Resistance in Bengal, 1890-1937
by Subho Basu

(PRODUCTID:13394 ~ ISBN:0-19-566599-6 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

Labour history in India has often compared the working class in India with its counterpart in the West, describing it as a version of the migrant peasant. Against this background, the book explores the interaction between workers' politics, nationalist movements, and the colonial state at various levels in the period between 1890 and 1937.

Social Security in a Developing Word Context
by Vijaya Kumar

(PRODUCTID:13387 ~ ISBN:81-86771-49-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:350 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

This collection of papers focuses on existing social security strategies and analyzes the viable strategies that can be adopted in to the social policy to promote social justice for every citizen. The aim of the book is to generate further research and discussion among the social security experts and policy makers on different issues of social security.

Women in Leading Professions in Middle East
by Dolly Sunny

(PRODUCTID:13386 ~ ISBN:81-86771-21-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:120 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

It is a sad truth of Indian polity and society that even 50 years after the attainment of independence from a foreign yoke, the Indian nation has not been able to secure for its women citizen a legitimate place of equality in society. His book highlights this dismal scenario.

World Trade Organisation - Regional Trading Arrangements and India
by M G Basavaraja

(PRODUCTID:13385 ~ ISBN:81-86771-15-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:345 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

Consisting of 31 papers contributed by scholars from different Universities/Institutions, this book is the outcome of a seminar on the theme World Trade Organization Regional Trading Arrangements and India, organized by the Division of Economics, Mysore University,

Economic Reforms and Perspectives
by Boppana Nagarjuna

(PRODUCTID:13384 ~ ISBN:81-86771-28-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:632 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

After one decade of transition of Indian Economy towards market, there is a dire need to study the economy in order to further initiating more reforms that are called as second generation reforms. The importance of this volume is enormous; it had looked into the sectoral analysis during a decade of reform period, which tried to fill the research gap.

A Decade of Economic Reforms in India
by C Narasimha Rao

(PRODUCTID:13383 ~ ISBN:81-86771-43-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:284 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

The book brings together a number of interesting research papers on the important issue of economic reforms formulated and implemented in India since 1991. The papers discuss thoroughly and critically many important macro and micro level aspects of the reforms and underline the need for modifications of the reforms.

Globalisation, Growth and Poverty
by V B Jugale

(PRODUCTID:13382 ~ ISBN:81-86771-31-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:573 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

The papers in these volume have diversified issues encountered with growth, globalization and poverty. There are three dimensions in the papers presented in the each Volume. Some papers deals with theoretical relevance of globalization to the selected macro economic variables and sectors in the Indian economy.

Southeast Asian Crisis - An Economic Analysis
by Radhika Lobo

(PRODUCTID:13381 ~ ISBN:81-86771-35-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:416 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

The book traces the development experience of the Southeast Asian countries of Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand in the pre and post Asian crisis period detailing the lessons that developing countries like India can draw from the same. It will be very useful to all students of international economics.

A K Ramanujan - In Profile and Fragment
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13358 ~ ISBN:81-7033-833-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:274 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rawat Publications)

The reputation of Ramanujan the translator eclipses the claims of Ramanujan the poet. This book seeks to correct this critical lopsidedness, as it endeavors to establish his poetry as the mainstay of his creative genius.

Indian Literary Criticism in English
by P K Rajan

(PRODUCTID:13357 ~ ISBN:81-7033-748-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:363 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rawat Publications)

Indian English literature is barely a century and a half old. Theoretical work in the post-Independence period has been substantial, and Indian English literature can claim to have developed a body of critical theory which merits serious attention. This book makes a vluable contribution to this ongoing process of inquiry in the filed of Indian literary critism in English,

Globalisation, Decentralisation, Institutions and Development
by K S Naidu

(PRODUCTID:13380 ~ ISBN:81-86771-34-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:125 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

The world has become a village in terms of globalization approach to development. These new techniques apart, the role of institutions in the development of a country is not sufficiently recognized which this book emphasizes

Agriculture in India - Policy and Performance
by B Sambasiva Rao

(PRODUCTID:13379 ~ ISBN:81-86771-09-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:274 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

The Present Volume is a collection of selected papers presented at the seminar on Agriculture. The focus of the New Economic Policy in India has been integrated to the economy with the global market.

Lilamani - A Study in Possibilities
by Maud Diver

(PRODUCTID:13399 ~ ISBN:0-19-566622-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:388 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

As interest in postcolonial and Indian English fiction grows, there is an increasing need for a critical re-evaluation of the Raj fiction which preceded, and in some cases was produced alongside, the work of Indian authors in English. Lilamani is the second novel to appear after Charles Pearce's Love Besieged, as part of the effort to publish lesser-known Raj fiction.

People of India - Karnataka (A Set of 3 Volumes)
by K S Singh

(PRODUCTID:13377 ~ ISBN:81-85938-98-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:1782 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Affiliated East-West)

As part of an all-India project, the ethnographic survey Karnataka was taken up in collaboration with local scholars. The results of the survey were discussed at the workshops held in Mysore in May 1987 and later. The identity of the Karnataka which has evolved through its history, is now defined inter alia by language, territory including four distinct regions, dress, cuisine, local forms of religion, elements of life cycle ceremonies and vibrant folk art and oral traditions.

Social and Economic Dimensions of Indian Population
by Vatsala Srivastava

(PRODUCTID:13391 ~ ISBN:81-86771-19-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:188 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

The book covers some vital aspects regarding contemporary socio-economic condition of the country. The papers presented in the volume carry wide range of interesting topics such as decentralisation of planning benefiting the people at grass root level, need for human resource development programmes and initiation and implementation of employment generating schemes.

People of India - Andhra Pradesh (A Set of 3 Volumes)
by K S Singh

(PRODUCTID:13376 ~ ISBN:81-7671-006-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:2344 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Affiliated East-West)

This ethnographic survey of all communities of present-day Andhra Pradesh was taken up in collaboration with local scholars. The results of the survey were discussed at workshops held in Mysore in July 1987 and later. The identity of the Andhra, which goes back to 6th century B C, has evolved through history. This identity is now defined, inter alia, by language, territory, couture, cuisine, folklore, life-cycle ceremonies and local forms of religion.

My Nine Lives - Chapters of a Possible Past
by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

(PRODUCTID:13748 ~ ISBN:0-7195-6760-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:277 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: John Murray)

Ruth is a novelist of unequalled insight, grace and emotional power. This book represents a new and fascinating strand in her outstanding canon of work: as she says, "potentially autobiographical".

Bismillah Khan -The Shehnai Maestro
by Bismillah Khan

(PRODUCTID:13369 ~ ISBN:81-291-0351-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:64 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rupa)

Even at the age of eighty-seven, Ustad Bismillah Khan continues to woo his listeners with the melodious notes of the shehnai. In this book, discover the life of one of India's greatest musical legends, with all his endearing qualities and quirks-be it his humility, fondness for his cup of tea, or his need for Benaras, the city that continues to inspire him.

Democracy and Dictatorship in South Asia
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13356 ~ ISBN:81-87943-22-X ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:194 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: India Research Press)

Torn from cloth of the same civilization, the societies of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh are more like one another countries.Yet over the past fifty years of independent statehood, parliamentary democracy has been developing in India, whereas in Pakistan it has never been more than a masquerade and its players in Bangladesh have yet to understand it as other then a zero-sum game. Why? This book is an effort to suggest some answers.

The Storm
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13355 ~ ISBN:81-7992-227-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:288 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Jaico)

This book is a selection of the greatest crime stories ever written. The selection demonstrates how the mystery story has evolved over a century, and how authors have kept it fresh through their ingenuity and thematic variations.

Sidis and Scholars - Essays on African Indians
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13353 ~ ISBN:81-86962-64-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:226 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rainbow publishers)

This exciting collection of essays brings together scholars from a wide range of disciplines to explore the history and present circumstances of one of India's least known minority groups, the African Indians.

Dalit Movement in South India : 1857 - 1950
by Swapna H Samel

(PRODUCTID:13344 ~ ISBN:81-86771-39-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:520 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

Based on intensive and extensive archival work, this book is one of the first attempts to bring together History of Dalit Movement during 1857-1950, in four southern states . Each chapter provides valuable insights into genesis of the concerned movement and leadership, event structure, internal dynamics and the social and cultural consequences.

India - A Splendour in Cultural Diversity
by Sir Paulias Matane

(PRODUCTID:13352 ~ ISBN:81-261-1899-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:228 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Anmol Publications)

Sir Paulias Matane, a senior statesman from Papua New Guinea, visited India in March 2003. Accompanied by Mr M L Ahuja, a Delhi-based Indian, he visited Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. This book is the outcome of their keen observation and prolonged discussion with the people they met.

The Hill Miris of Arunachal Pradesh
by Ramchandra Chutia

(PRODUCTID:13351 ~ ISBN:81-87502-71-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:208 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Spectrum Publications)

The Hill Miris of Arunachal Pradesh is a descriptive and comprehensive study of this tribe of the Greater Subansiri area of Arunachal Pradesh. This is not an armchair study about the tribe, but an authentic attempt to identify and introduce the Hill Miris to the outside world.

Asian Security and China : 2000 - 2010
by K Santhanam

(PRODUCTID:13350 ~ ISBN:81-7541-167-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:606 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: IDSA)

There would be many significant events in China during 2001-10 in its roadmap to power. Some have occurred like China's entry into WTO with implications for progressive opening of the banking and insurance sectors. This volume is a collection of 43 papers presented at the 5th Asian Security Conference held in New Delhi.

Islamic Architecture of Deccan
by R Vasantha

(PRODUCTID:13349 ~ ISBN:81-85616-71-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:197+ ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sharda Publishing House)

With 12 BW and 76 color illustrations, this copiously illustrated with color plates, plans and maps, this is an essential book for anyone interested in Islamic art and architecture and the perfect guide to the enthralling monuments of Rayalaseema.

People of India - Tamil Nadu (A Set of 3 Volumes)
by K S Singh

(PRODUCTID:13378 ~ ISBN:81-85938-88-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:1866 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Affiliated East-West)

As part of an all-India project, the ethnographic survey of all 364 communities of present-day Tamil Nadu was taken up in collaboration with local scholars. The results of this survey were discussed at workshops held in Madras in April 1988 and at the regional workshop held in Mysore in May 1991.

Surya Namaskar - Teach Yourself the Sun Salute
by Sanyasi Atmabindu

(PRODUCTID:13580 ~ ISBN:81-88575-29-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:83 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Srishti)

Surya Namaskar: Teach yourself the Sun Salute is a gift from the sages of the Vedic times. This is neither an asana nor part of traditional Yoga. Nevertheless it is extremely beneficial of health. This book enables you to learn the right technique of Sun Salute.

The Crisis in Government Accountability
by Dilip Mookherjee

(PRODUCTID:13396 ~ ISBN:0-19-566787-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:164 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

These essays discuss the importance of and challenges for the second-and third-generation challenges for the second-and third-generation reforms in the Indian economy in an era of a continuously expanding role for market forces.

Subordinate and Marginal Groups in Early India
by Aloka Parasher-Sen

(PRODUCTID:13395 ~ ISBN:0-19-566542-2 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

Social divisions in contemporary India have a long and complex history. This collection of eleven essays in the Themes in Indian history series, discusses various historiographical approaches to the study of marginalized society in early India in the period before 1500 AD. This volume analyses the historical roots of social oppression and exclusion of the other that have marked the marking of identities in the Indian subcontinent.

The World According To Washington -An Asian View
by Patwant Singh

(PRODUCTID:13661 ~ ISBN:81-291-0476-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:224 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rupa)

US intervention in Asia over the last 55 years has contributed to the deaths of over 10 million people. In this challenging, widely documented book the distinguished Indian writer Patwant Singh describes in graphic detail the catastrophic trail of shattered lives and environmental destruction left behind by these actions.

Contemporary Issues in Globalization - An Introduction to Theory and Policy in India
by Soumyen Sikdar

(PRODUCTID:13660 ~ ISBN:0-19567112-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:201 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This volume examines the twin phenomena of liberalization and globalization and the complex economic issues thrown up by them. It explores the resulting interlinkages to derive policy implications for the Indian economy.

Kailash Manasarovar - A Sacred Journey
by Veena Sharma

(PRODUCTID:13659 ~ ISBN:81-7436-329-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:204 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Roli Books)

Is a physical journey the necessary path to spiritual evolution? His book dwells on this question and perceives the possibility for three stages of inner transformation during the journey, using the Devi Mahatmayam as a metaphor.

The Punjab Story
by K P S Gill

(PRODUCTID:13658 ~ ISBN:81-7436-331-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:219 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Roli Books)

First published two months after Operation Bluestar, The Punjab Story pieces together the complex Punjab jigsaw through the eyes of some of India's most eminent public figures and journalists. Writing with the passion and conviction of those who were involved with the drama, they present a wide-ranging perspective on the past, present and future of the Punjab tangle.

On The Banks of Ganges - Doing Contextual Theology
by Felix Wilfred

(PRODUCTID:13481 ~ ISBN:81-7214-645-0 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:279 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

At a time when communal frenzy is running amok and war-clouds are perilously gathering, religiously committed persons need to interrogate new what their religious traditions could offer in terms of effective harmony and peace. The book presents refreshingly new and insightful perspectives for a theology that will accompany and support an open engagement with our society, culture and religious traditions at this critical moment

The Prophetic Engagement of the Church
by Chandran Paul Martin

(PRODUCTID:13479 ~ ISBN:81-7214-734-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:167 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This book is to make the reader aware of the stand that the Church has taken at every point in our nation’s history. Every one needs to hear that the Church is taking a stand. This is not so much to elevate the standing of the Church per se, but to reinstate the failing faith of many conscientious and sincere Christians who are at the brink of despair at the way things in this country and the world are going.

Globalisation, Mass Media and Indian Cultural Values
by Michael Traber

(PRODUCTID:13478 ~ ISBN:81-7214-753-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:200 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

What is the real meaning of globalization? Are globalised media the forerunners of a global market dominated by some Western powers? Can we stop globalization, and if so how? These are some of the questions, which this book explores. Its contributors present different but balanced views on one of the most crucial issues of our time and place.

Christianity, Wealth and Poverty - Indian Perspectives
by Chandran Paul Martin

(PRODUCTID:13477 ~ ISBN:81-7214-758-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:246 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This volume is about exploring the meaning of solidarity in Christ in an increasingly polarized world. This three year long process of study and reflection involving several people, churches and organizations in many parts of the world inspired a rich variety of new meanings and possibilities of Christian discipleship and partnership.

Uday Shankar-Twentieth Century's Nataraja
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13367 ~ ISBN:81-291-0265-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:64 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rupa)

When he danced it seemed as if Lord Shiva and Kartikeya had come alive on stage. Through his dazzling performances and intricately choreographed shows Uday Shankar introduced the art of Indian dance to the world. In this book discover the creative genius and tumultuous life of Uday Shankar, a man who lived to dance.

The Gita For All
by Bhagawati Sharan Mishra

(PRODUCTID:13389 ~ ISBN:81-86771-44-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:371 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

This is the most reliable book on the Gita. It is certainly meant for the non-Hindi readers. Shlokas in romans are followed by meanings and commentaries which are far from those of sampradayik writers.

Surya Upasana (Music CD)
by Shubha Mudgal

(PRODUCTID:13587 ~ ISBN:CD-D 02064 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This Music CD features Mahamantra Surya Upasana rendered by famous artiste Shubha Mudgal.

Women - Silent Victims in Armed Conflict : An Area Study of Jammu & Kashmir
by Charu Walikhanna

(PRODUCTID:13390 ~ ISBN:81-86771-30-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:149 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

This book is an in-depth study of the vulnerable position of women in an increasingly violent society and considers the egregious violations of human dignity in armed conflict. The author aims to give voice to those who have been constrained to silence in the face of violation. Once we hear these cries, we can no longer turn away.

The Colonel Investigates
by Syed Mustafa Siraj

(PRODUCTID:13577 ~ ISBN:81-88575-31-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:327 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Srishti)

A book that eludes everybody's grasp, including the colonel. Impersonations thefts and even murders are committed for the sake of the book. The colonel has to intervene to trace the murderer and the possible connection with the book, yet he is also totally perplexed by a magic square in it . All these seem to be tied up with a numerical puzzle in an old Sanskrit manuscript.

Listerning to Culture
by Nandita Chaudhary

(PRODUCTID:13364 ~ ISBN:0-7619-3201-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:236 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sage Publications)

This absorbing book presents everyday cultural activity in Indian family and community life in order to demonstrate why and how such activity must be encompassed in the study of individuals and collectives.A distinguishing feature of this book is its openness wherein the author reveals her inner dialogues.

Leaves from My Personal Life
by V R Krishna Iyer

(PRODUCTID:13363 ~ ISBN:81-212-0837-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:325 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Gyan Publishing House)

It is a hard and nice subject for a man to write of himself: The book contains a collection of recollections of the author spanning his days as student, at the bar, a legislator and minister, as judge of the Supreme Court and as a convinced crusader for public causes in the long years spent after superannuation. In a sense, they have uniqueness and historical value In a sense, they have uniqueness and historical value which have relevance not withered by time

Ancient Republic of Bharat
by Ashok Sahajananda

(PRODUCTID:13362 ~ ISBN:81-85781-88-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:272 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Research Books)

This work is a landmark in the field of research in the ancient history and culture, which is still contaminated with one-sided, biased and sectarian approach.

S Ramanujan
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13368 ~ ISBN:81-291-0350-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:62 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rupa)

All that mattered to him was the magic and mystery of numbers. The world of numbers was the sole reality for S Ramanujan, India's most famours mathematician of the twentieth century. Tjis pictorial biography profiles the genius.

The Sikh Wedding
by Mohinder Singh

(PRODUCTID:13361 ~ ISBN:81-7476464-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:96 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: UBS)

Through text based on Gurbani and popular tradition, the book tries to capture the spirit of the Sikh wedding through colourful pictures of various ceremonies connected with the wedding.

Iraq, Afghanistan and The Imperialism of Our time
by Aijaz Ahmed

(PRODUCTID:13346 ~ ISBN:81-87496-37-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:285 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: LeftWord)

The articles in this volume offer a wealth of factual detail and analysis covering the background of US policy, preparation and execution of the two wars, and the re-emergence of resistance in the two countries. A lengthy introduction and a brief note on the captivity of Saddam Hussein by the US forces brings the story up to mid-December 2003.

Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies
by John C Hawley

(PRODUCTID:13348 ~ ISBN:0-313-31192-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:510 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Greenwood Press)

This reference book overviews the present state of postcolonial studies and offers a refreshingly polyphonic treatment of the effects of globalization on literary studies in the 21st century. The volume includes more than 150 alphabetically arranged entries on postcolonial studies around the world. Entries on individual authors provide brief biographical details abut primarily examine the author's handling of postcolonial themes.

Islam and Religious Riots - Riots and Wrongs
by Ram Naresh Prasad Singh

(PRODUCTID:13347 ~ ISBN:81-89072-00-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:364 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: India First Foundation)

Communal riots, as defined by the British were first traced to Ahmedabd in 1713 AD. This book offers a particular perspective on the history and dynamics of communal antagonisms and carnage in the South Asian region. It also brings together a wealth of documentation and analysis that the discourse can eventually be broadened to accommodate other perspectives.

Domesticating Modern Science
by Dhruv Raina

(PRODUCTID:13393 ~ ISBN:81-85229-88-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:233 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Tulika)

The essays brought together in this volume examine the cultural reception of modern science in late colonial India. They look at how the first generation of modern Indian scientists responded to and creatively worked the theories and practices of modern science into their cultural idiom.

Dimensions of Researches in Indian Anthropology - (Volume I)
by Vijoy S Sahay

(PRODUCTID:13392 ~ ISBN:81-86771-13-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:438 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Serials Publications)

The book covers multiple socio-cultural and biological dimensions of research in Indian anthropology. Trained and professional anthropologists engaged in various universities, as also in various anthropological organization in the country, have contributed articles for this illustrious volume.

The Dalits and Dalit Awakening In India
by Buta Singh

(PRODUCTID:13370 ~ ISBN:81-212-0831-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:323 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Gyan Publishing House)

The Dalits had been the victims of our society which diminished their socio-economic status since centuries.The author has weaved the theme on The Dalits and Dalit Awakening in India in twelve chapters in a comprehensive way.

50 Glorious Playback Years: A Set of 10 Music CDs
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13594 ~ ISBN:CDF 130111/15 & 130076/80 ~ Pub Year: 4/2001 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: RPG)

A Historical musical journey in a set of 10 compact discs encompassing 50 Glorious years of independent India. Beginning with selection from the films of 1947, this album features soulful music from films for the next 50 years.

Jiwan Oxford Dictionary (English+Punjabi+Hindi)
by Ajit Singh Aulakh

(PRODUCTID:13649 ~ ISBN:81-7601-448-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:726 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh)

This distinctive dictionary has been compiled for the use of those readers whose mother tongue is Punjabi or Hindi. It is a perfect all-in-one book containing English to English, Punjabi and Hindi with pronunciations in Punjabi and Hindi including up-to-date idioms and proverbs.

African Cinema : A View From India
by Dhruba Gupta

(PRODUCTID:13668 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1994 ~ Pages:81 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Thema)

Even as he locates African Cinema in its historical setting, he opens up the various theoretical questions that have grown around this cinema, e. g. those centring on Africanness, tradition and modernity, the generational clashes, the colonial hangover, the place of women.

Environment and the Left - Contemporry Debates and Future Agendas in Tribal Areas
by Archana Prasad

(PRODUCTID:13667 ~ ISBN:81-87496-44-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:126 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: LeftWord)

The Left movement and the environmental movement comprise two ends of the progressive spectrum of the Indian polity. Drawing on her experience in tribal central India, scholar and activist Archana Prasad analyses these issues and attempts to highlight the ways in which the common ideological ground between the Indian environmental movements and the Left can be strengthened.

Over Under and Around - Essays on Performance and Culture
by Richard Schechner

(PRODUCTID:13665 ~ ISBN:81-7046-262-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:347 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Seagull)

The essays collected in this book represent Schechner's lifetime in performance studies. Political theatre, the avant garde, the secular and sacred rituals of performance, the nature of belief and its suspensions in theatre, aesthetics, performance theory, and performance studies have been his recurring subjects.

Lectures on Economic and Financial Sector Reforms in India
by Y V Reddy

(PRODUCTID:13663 ~ ISBN:0-19567113-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:237 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The essays in this volume are based on lectures delivered by Y V Reddy in various parts of the world..The book explores dilemmas and issues faced by policy-makers in meeting the evolving uncertainties.

The India-China Relationship
by Francine R Frankel

(PRODUCTID:13662 ~ ISBN:0-19-566723-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:377 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Oxford)

Taking a multidisciplinary approach, this volume brings together scholars from political science, history, economics, international relations, and security studies to add depth to our understanding of India-China relations. The contributors address three common issues: the similarities and differences between the two countries strategic cultures, domestic circumstances, and international contexts for their bilateral relations..

New Concise Oxford English Dictionary - Eleventh Edition
by Catherine Soanes

(PRODUCTID:13657 ~ ISBN:0-19-567028-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:1708 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Oxford)

A major new edition of this world-famous dictionary offers the most authoritative description of the English language, with up-to-date coverage of more than 240,000 words, phrases, and meanings. The clearest, most accurate definitions, based on the largest language research programme in the world.Thousands of brand-new words and senses from Oxford's unrivalled new words research.

Studies in Occultism
by H P Blavatsky

(PRODUCTID:13656 ~ ISBN:81-7822-087-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:214 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

The present book contains series of articles written by the author on occultism and its different aspects and its relations with Occult Arts, Hypnotism and Astral Bodes warning against the misuse of this knowledge lest the psychic outrun the spiritual.

Over to You Kadambari
by Alka Saraogi

(PRODUCTID:13655 ~ ISBN:81-87649-29-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:221 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Katha)

After the scintillating success of Kali-Katha: via Bypass, her first novel, which was heralded as the revival of the Hindi novel, award winning writer, Alka Saraogi, weaves another brilliant novel for you. Shesh Kadambari.

50 Glorious Classical Years : A Set of 5 Music CDs
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13654 ~ ISBN:CDNF 150211-15 ~ Pub Year: 1998 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: RPG)

This 5 CD collection features renderings of prominent vetarans of classical music. Truly, a Collectors' delight.

Real Sikhism
by Surindar Singh Kohli

(PRODUCTID:13653 ~ ISBN:81-85151-64-4 ~ Pub Year: 1994 ~ Pages:266 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Harman Publishing House)

The misinterpretation of Sikhism due to the ignorance has led to various misunderstandings about this youngest of world-religions. This book has been specially written to give them the correct understanding about their religion. Sikh religion is an independent religion and not an offshoot of any other religion.

Sikhism And Six Hindu Systems
by Trilochan Singh

(PRODUCTID:13652 ~ ISBN:81-7601-356-0 ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:164 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh)

This book is a first attempt at comparative study of Sikhism and contemporary philosophies on the basis of Bhai Gurdas exposition of Sikhism and Six Hindu systems..

Community Kitchen of the Sikhs
by Parkash Singh

(PRODUCTID:13641 ~ ISBN:81-7205-099-2 ~ Pub Year: 1994 ~ Pages:112 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

Sangat and Pangat are two outstanding institutions that Sikhism provides its followers for the corporate practice of religion. Sangat is the Temple of Nam and pangat is the temple of Bread. The Langar, which is how the pangat is more popularly known, is a institution where divinely inspired service of mankind is practiced unremittantly. This book dwells on this subject.

Bhai Gurdas - The First Sikh Scholar
by Surinderjit Singh Pall

(PRODUCTID:13650 ~ ISBN:81-7601-507-5 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:216 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh)

Bhai Gurdas was the greaterst scholar of Sikhism till date, but there are very few books on his life and works. This book, presented in the form of Questions and Answers, will appeal to all those interested in various aspects of one of the greatest Sikhs in history.

Samaresh Basu : Selected Stories - 1
by Samaresh Basu

(PRODUCTID:13671 ~ ISBN:81-86017-46-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:186 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Thema)

Although Samaresh has lefts behind a large corpus of fiction , few of them have been translated into English.. This collection, which brings together in translation a representative selection of his stories, will make good the deficiency.

Illustrated Life Stories of Guru Sahibs
by Ajit Singh Aulakh

(PRODUCTID:13648 ~ ISBN:81-7601-051-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:487 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh)

This colorfully illustrated volume in bold print narrates stories and major events from the lives of Sikh Gurus. This is an absorbing book for young and others alike.

The Turban and The Sword of The Sikhs-Essence of Sikhism
by Trilochan Singh

(PRODUCTID:13647 ~ ISBN:81-7601-491-5 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:526 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh)

Based exclusively on authoritative and primary sources to highlight the distinct identity of Sikhism, the book for the first time deals with the history and exposition of Sikh Baptism, Sikh symbols: Kakars, Moral Code of the Sikhs: Rehitnamas, Fundamental Beliefs of Sikhism, Sikh Missionary groups: Sampardayas, Adversaries of Sikhism..

The Sikhs in History
by Sangat Singh

(PRODUCTID:13646 ~ ISBN:81-7205-275-8 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:618 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

Here is a work that has been acclaimed as an outstanding piece of research work on Sikh history during the 20th century. This work takes its place with the greatest of the works which have followed from the days of Cunningham and Macauliffe.

Geeta Amrit (Music CD+ 120 page Book))
by Vijay Prakash

(PRODUCTID:13731 ~ ISBN:TDIDE X97C ~ Pub Year: 01/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Times music Spiritual)

This Music CD features selected Shlokas from the eighteen chapters of Bhagwad Gita.

The Great Ghazals (Music CD)
by Bhupinder

(PRODUCTID:13730 ~ ISBN:06024 982 1199 ~ Pub Year: 06/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Universal)

This Music CD features renderings of ten ghazals of popular poets in solo and duets by well-known artistes Bhupinder and Mitali.

Ustad Vilayat Khan - Raga Shree (Music CD)
by Ustad Vilayat Khan

(PRODUCTID:13729 ~ ISBN:7243 594922 2 3 ~ Pub Year: 09/2003 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: India Archive Music)

This Music CD features Ustad Vilyat Khan on Sitar accompanied by Akram Khan on Tabla.

Ustad Vilayat Khan - Raga Bhairavi - Alap & Jor (Music CD)
by Ustad Vilayat Khan

(PRODUCTID:13728 ~ ISBN:7243 473937 2 3 ~ Pub Year: 06/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: India Archive Music)

This Music CD features Ustad Vilayat Khan on Sitar. He is accompnaied by Akram Khan on Tabla.

The Masters & The World Divine
by S J S Pall

(PRODUCTID:13645 ~ ISBN:81-7601-302-1 ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:244 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh)

A unique book in Question and Answer form about Sikh Theology, History and Sikh way of living. It is a store-house of information on the Gurus and other important functionaries related to Sikhism. This book will go a long way in making the people understand Sikhism in its true spirit.

The Sikh Ideology
by Daljeet Singh

(PRODUCTID:13644 ~ ISBN:81-7205-236-7 ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:159 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

This volume gives a comparative picture of the fundamentals of Sikhism and the principles and practices of the other three systems with which Sikhism is believed to have basic affinities and reveals that this belief is quite erroneous.

Sikhism - A Comparative Study of its Theology and Mysticism
by Daljeet Singh

(PRODUCTID:13643 ~ ISBN:81-7205-112-3 ~ Pub Year: 1998 ~ Pages:378 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

The object of the book is two-fold: first to explain the identity, unity and integrity of the Sikh gospel, and secondly undertake, on the basis of the essentials of each system, a classification of the principal religions of the world and, in that context, to bring out the face of Sikhism among them.

About the Golden Temple
by Ajit Singh Aulakh

(PRODUCTID:13642 ~ ISBN:81-7601-441-9 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:96 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh)

Guru Amar Dass wanted to colonize a new City. In June 1570 A D he took Sri Guru Ram Dass with him and reached the place where he wanted to build a new city. Guru Amar Das Ji sent for the headmen of the villages of Gumtala, Tung, Gilwaali and Sultanwind. The people of those villages showed their willingness to contribute their lands for the construction of the city.

The Sikh Culture
by Harjinder Singh Dilgeer

(PRODUCTID:13651 ~ ISBN:2-930247-05-3 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:136 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

The Sikhs have a distinct dress code, The Sikhs have their own different food. The Sikhs have their own sports. The Sikhs have their own rituals and customs regarding birth of child, marriage and death and also the Sikhs have their own Literature, their folk songs, dances and their own history. Hence, Sikh culture is a unique and is a lot different from that of others.

Sound Scapes (Album of 5 Music CDs)
by Shiv Kumar Sharma

(PRODUCTID:13734 ~ ISBN:CD M 04001 ~ Pub Year: 05/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Box ~ Publisher: Music Today)



When Stone Melts & Other Stories
by P Lankesh

(PRODUCTID:13709 ~ ISBN:81-260-1138-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:178 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is an English translation of Sahitya Akademi Award winning Kannada short story collection ' Kallu Karaguva Samaya'. With the combined strength of the sceptic and the saint, eminent Kannada literary-cultural figure Lankesh uncovers the invisible realities of politics and culture in contemporary India in these meditations on life's failures and fulfilments.

The Astadhyayi of Panini - Volume XI
by S D Joshi

(PRODUCTID:13710 ~ ISBN:81-260-1893-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:314 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Continuing the on-going progress, this book is eleventh volume in the series and runs through from pada 7.2.1 to 7.2.118.

Gurdwaras in India and Pakistan
by Mohinder Singh

(PRODUCTID:13711 ~ ISBN:817476465-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:96 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: UBS)

According to popular Sikh tradition, the first ever gurdwara was established at Talumbha, now in Multan District of East Panjab, Pakistan. Subsequently various other gurdwaras were established to commemorate Guru Nanak's and successive Gurus visits to these places. This pictorial album with text from an eminent historian covers the origin and development of these Gurdwaras.

Kama Sutra for Women
by Sandhya Mulchandani

(PRODUCTID:13712 ~ ISBN:81-7436-319-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:144 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli)

Vedic India is often quoted as being a landmark in the history of womanhood. Though a patriarchal, male-dominated society, in matters of pleasure the sexes were treated as equals. The needs of men and women were equally addressed in the belief that without mutual pleasure and satisfaction, sex was lifeless. This pictorial volume takes a leaf from the Kama Sutra, and is a book for women that helps them understand their emotions and bodies

Buddhist Peace Recipes
by Pushpesh Pant

(PRODUCTID:13713 ~ ISBN:81-7436-312-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:96 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli)

The benefits and hidden pleasures of Buddhist menus - even when purely vegetarian - are an experience worth having. The colours and texture in Chinese and Japanese cooking are very distinct. Even non-Buddhists can benefit from adopting and adapting the recipes from this only book of its kind to suit their requirements.

Triveni (HINDI)
by Gulzar

(PRODUCTID:13714 ~ ISBN:81-7167-512-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:66 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

This Gulzar book of poetry is now available in Hindi.

Two Score and Ten - My Experiences in Government
by G V Ramakrishna

(PRODUCTID:13715 ~ ISBN:81-7188339-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:370 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Academic Foundation)

This is the story of G V Ramakrishna, who held some of the sensitive and high profile jobs in the last twenty years of his service. He provides a first hand account of how Government functioned at high levels in the States and at the Centre. The subtle methods of utilizing Government institutions for unconstitutional, political and bureaucratic ends, have been brought out with modesty and sensitivity.

Kaf - E -Gulfarosh - Photo Album in two Volumes (URDU)
by Qurratulain Ain Hyder

(PRODUCTID:13716 ~ ISBN:81-7121-134-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:793 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Urdu Academy)

This 2-Volume photo album is a unique presentation of life and times of famous Urdu writer through pictures, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, mottos, and reproductions. The first volume in black and white, and the second in color contains pictures of all those who came in contact with her.A personal memoir of archival value.

Mantra Therapy Series - Blood Pressure (Music CD)
by S Muthuchellakumar

(PRODUCTID:13725 ~ ISBN:KMD 219 ~ Pub Year: 04/ 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: CD-ROM Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features Mantras with therapeutic releases.

Mantra Therapy - Heart (Music CD)
by S S Arthanaree

(PRODUCTID:13726 ~ ISBN:KMD 223 ~ Pub Year: 04/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: CD-ROM Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features Mantras with therapeutic releases.

Mantra Therapy - Ulcer (Music CD)
by S Selvakumar

(PRODUCTID:13727 ~ ISBN:KMD 222 ~ Pub Year: 04/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features Mantras with therapeutic releases.

An Actress in Her Time - Karuna Banerjee
by Karuna Banerjee

(PRODUCTID:13669 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:140 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Thema)

Karuna Banerjee is best known for her memorable performance as Sarbajaya the mother in the first two parts of Satyajit Ray's Apu Trilogy. In her essays and reviews collected here for the first time, she comes through as perceptive critic of the cinema and TV of her time.

Buddhism & Science
by Buddhadasa P Kirthisinghe

(PRODUCTID:13733 ~ ISBN:81-208-0803-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:163 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

Buddhism and Science is a compilation of a few learned articles on the subject. It recognizes that the world, or even the mighty universe was not created by a God rather it is a steady state of the universe with no beginning and end. The work has shown how the Buddhist philosophy of Anicca Dukkha , and Anatta blends with modern science, with remarkable clarity.

Govind Nihalani
by Samik Bandyopadhyay

(PRODUCTID:13670 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1992 ~ Pages:95 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Thema)

As we admire Govind's sense of theatre, and his mastery of the medium of cinema to the extent that he can so confidently relocate theatre in an unmistakably cinematic matrix, we can read yet another capacity in Govind that gives him his hold on the audience-his capacity to respond to the audience's natural craving for the theatrical. This book records this experience.

The Elements (Album of 5 Music CDs)
by Vanraj Bhatia

(PRODUCTID:13735 ~ ISBN:CD M 04004 ~ Pub Year: 05/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Box ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This album of 5 Music CDs is a collector's delight and is a one time offer.

Out of India - Selected Stories
by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

(PRODUCTID:13747 ~ ISBN:0-7195-6657-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:288 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: John Murray)

A Collection of 15 stories, each story perfectly constructed and complete. To live in India and be at peace, one must to a very considerable extent become Indian, and adopt Indian attitudes, habits beliefs. But how is this possible? Ruth Prawer Jhabvala asks in a brilliant and candid introduction. Her tussle with India is one of the richest treats of contemporary literature.

The Church and Conversion - A Study of recent conversions to and from Christianity
by Andrew Wingate

(PRODUCTID:13498 ~ ISBN:81-7214-384-2 ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:306 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

If the missionary movement was justifiable in its time, as establishing the Christian movement in India, is that time now over, and is it not time for Indian Christians to reconsider their whole relationship to India and the Hindu religion and culture? In this book we will look at the questions, the historical and present responses..

Dialogue with Pakistan
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13359 ~ ISBN:81-89072-02-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:148 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: India First Foundation)

Indo-Pak relationship is quite complex and a multifaceted one. Efforts are again being made to normalize relations between the two key players of the sub-continent - India and Pakistan. This book is a thought provoking contribution to the ongoing debate on the vexed question of anti-India mindset of Pakistan and its tragic consequences.

Writing The West
by C Vijayashree

(PRODUCTID:13708 ~ ISBN:81-260-1944-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:214 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This volume explores how the West has been written into Indian literary texts and other cultural productions. The twelve essays included here, written by literary critics, cultural historians and film theorists, examine patterns in India's perception and creative representation of the West, each focusing on a specific linguistic context:..

As With Shadows
by Sulekha Nair

(PRODUCTID:13707 ~ ISBN:81-901382-9-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:293 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Dronequill)

Through this work of fiction situated in one of the critical points in the history of Indian filmmaking, Sulekha Nair takes us, with great literary skill, deep into the lives of those who dare to pioneer.

Indian Summer - A Good Man in Asia
by Will Randall

(PRODUCTID:13706 ~ ISBN:0-349-11678-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:242 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ABACUS)

Funny, sharp and poignant, Will Randall's second book is gloriously life-affirming, exposing the India the tourist doesn't see.

Dalit Diary : 1999-2003
by Chandra Bhan Prasad

(PRODUCTID:13692 ~ ISBN:81-89059-04-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:244 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Navayana)



Tales of Mullah (ENGLISH+HINDI) CD ROM/VCD/DVD
by Pebbles Infotainment

(PRODUCTID:13674 ~ ISBN:PI 003 0404 099 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: CD-ROM Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Dove Multimedia)

This enjoyable collection of ten animated stories specially crafeted for children of the age 3 and above tells the adventures of mullah. It depicts how he gets into them and how he comes out of them by using his witty tricks.

Panchatantra (ENGLISH + HINDI) CD-ROM & VCD
by Pebbles Infotainment

(PRODUCTID:13673 ~ ISBN:PI 001 0404 099 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: CD-ROM Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Dove Multimedia)

This CD presents ten animated stories from Panchatantra originally written in Sanskrit. Especially crafted for children of age 3 and above.

Walking a Tightrope - New Writing from Asian Britain
by Rehana Ahmed

(PRODUCTID:13672 ~ ISBN:0-330-43460-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:249 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Picador India)

A sparkling collection of short stories by some of Britain's top Asian writers-Rukhsana Ahmad, Debjani Chatterjee, Farrukh Dhondy, Jamila Gavin, Ramesh Gunesekera, Aamer Hussein, Preethi Nair, Shyama Perera, Bali Rai an Adam Zameenzad.

Birth of Krishna (Audio Tape with Book)
by Girish Karnad

(PRODUCTID:13664 ~ ISBN:81-86838-48-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:24 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sky Music)

The audiotape and read-along book are designed to fire your child's creativity, develop listening, reading and language skills, improve concentration and attention span and finally develop an ear for music.

Indian Esoteric Buddhism
by Ronald M Davidson

(PRODUCTID:13732 ~ ISBN:81-208-1991-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:475 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

This groundbreaking work describes the genesis of the Tantric movement in early medieval India, where it developed as a response to the feudalization of Indian society. This volume begins the necessary task of theoretically and substantively grounding our approaches to scholarship in this puzzling domain, revealing the all-too-human faces of its sages, wizards, and kings.

Father Samuel and Other Stories
by Chandrasekhar Rath

(PRODUCTID:13547 ~ ISBN:81-260-1761-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:260 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Twenty five stories handpicked here by the author are from a wide range of choice. Every story has a grip of its own, some of them very moving like Father Samuel, Silent prayer for Runi or the youngest daughter; others eerie and mysterious like True of false?

Lead Us On! - Autobiography of a Bishop
by Sundar Clarke

(PRODUCTID:13501 ~ ISBN:81-7214-755-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:218 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Bishops in the Church of South India are elected and appointed – but that is only part of the process. In reading this autobiography of a Bishop, it is easy to see the many influences that have made Sundar Clarke the man he is and which prepared him for his role as Bishop in Madras.

Restful Sleep
by Deepak Chopra

(PRODUCTID:13602 ~ ISBN:0-517-88457-7 ~ Pub Year: 1994 ~ Pages:136 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: IBH)

In this book, prominent physician and best-selling author Deepak Chopra, M D, presents an exciting new program for achieving a good night's sleep, an essential aspect of lifelong health and vitality.

The Shrinking Universe
by Tapan Bhattacharya

(PRODUCTID:13601 ~ ISBN:81-237-1786-5 ~ Pub Year: 1996 ~ Pages:144 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: NBT)

Is this IT revolution equally welcome by everybody? Is our universe actually shrinking due to this revolution? These and similar queries are discussed and answered in this easy-reading book, which is written primarily for educated laypersons without having much scientific back-ground, but with a mind to explore.

Sleep-Wakefulness
by Birendra Nath Mallick

(PRODUCTID:13600 ~ ISBN:81-237-3623-1 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:108 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: NBT)

This book describes the neurobiological mechanisms of generation and regulation of sleep and wakefulness. It also deals with the role of sleep in maintenance of normal life.

Heart Disease and The Layman
by S Padmavati

(PRODUCTID:13599 ~ ISBN:81-237-1217-0 ~ Pub Year: 1992 ~ Pages:65 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: NBT)

The very mention of heart disease strikes terror in the minds of many. This book, intended to put into proper perspective what heart disease means, explains in simple terms the changes that occur when a heart becomes deranged in structure and function. His he book will prove useful in allaying unnecessary fears associated with heart ailments.

The Mind's I - Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul
by Douglas R Hofstadter

(PRODUCTID:13598 ~ ISBN:0-14-006253-X ~ Pub Year: 1981 ~ Pages:501 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

What is the mind? Who am I? Can machines think? Anyone who confronts these questions runs headlong into perplexities. This book was conceived as an attempt to reveal those perplexities and make them vivid, This book, then, is designed to provoke, disturb and befuddle its readers, to make the obvious strange and, perhaps, to make the strange obvious..

Telling Lives in India - Biography, Autobiography, and Life History
by David Arnold

(PRODUCTID:13574 ~ ISBN:81-7824-092-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:323 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

This collection of essays challenges the paradigm of collectivity that has historically dominated most research on India. These essays demonstrate that life histories are a historically persistent and socially pervasive form of expression in Indian culture. This work not only adds a new perspective to research on India but also enhances the understanding of life histories across the world.

Gold Nuggets - Selected Post-Independence Telugu Short Stories
by Bh Krishnamurti

(PRODUCTID:13545 ~ ISBN:81-260-1930-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:471 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

The Telugu short story right from its inception in 1910 has demonstrated its serious engagement with social issues and is imbued with a strong sense of social awareness and responsiveness. This collection of post-independence Telugu short stories reflects all the major trends and thematic concerns of the Telugu short stories of the post-Independence period.

Fraternal Capital
by Sharad Chari

(PRODUCTID:13572 ~ ISBN:81-7824-089-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:379 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

Fraternal Capital examines class, gender and work in Tiruppur, South India, where the export of knitted garments has been led by a networked fraternity of owners of working-class and Gounder-caste origins. This book asks how these self-made men drew from their agrarian past to turn Gounder toil into capital, and how they continue to make an entire town work for the global economy.

Latin American Civilizations
by Balraj Saggar

(PRODUCTID:13557 ~ ISBN:81-8150-014-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:189 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Aravali Books International)

This book is a fascinating study of those unknown who contributed 60% of the domesticated plants in the world. Prior to the discovery of America in 1492, the Old World had no knowledge of maize, potato, tomato, cacao, papaya, rubber and a host of other plants.

A Book of Modern European History
by George W Southgate

(PRODUCTID:13556 ~ ISBN:81-8150-012-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:390 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Aravali Books International)

Many important changes have been made in the boundaries of the chief countries of Europe since 1789. This volume considers the condition of the continent in the latter part of the eighteenth century for understanding modern European history.

An Autobiography
by Jawaharlal Nehru

(PRODUCTID:13555 ~ ISBN:0-14-303104-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:655 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

This autobiography, written between 1934 and 1935 when he was in prison, is more than the personal story of an individual - it is also an account of the political awakening of a nation, its struggle for freedom from British rule, and its search to reshape itself as a modern society, rid of the cultural and economic shackles of the past.

Vishnu Prabhakar - Aatam Katha in 3 volumes (HINDI)
by Vishnu Prabhakar

(PRODUCTID:13604 ~ ISBN:81-7028-455-4/81-7028-459-7/81-7028-477-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:637 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rajpal)

This 3-volume set is an autobiobiography of famous Hindi writer Vishnu Prabhakar.

Defending the Earth - A Way of Life
by Anand Chandulal

(PRODUCTID:13502 ~ ISBN:81-7214-724-4 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:81 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This book is a compilation of a consultation which was successfully carried through at the Earth Centre in Dalhousie. This major conference was titled Defending the Earth: A Way of Life. It was divided into three sections: Understanding of the Earth and her Creation in Christian Theology, Globalization in the Context of Human Civilization and challenges and Compulsions in God’s Mission Today.

Charles Chaplin - My Autobioraphy
by Charles Chaplin

(PRODUCTID:13595 ~ ISBN:0-14-015828-6 ~ Pub Year: 1966 ~ Pages:494 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Saved from a life of hardship by his unsurpassed comic genius, Charlie Chaplin went on to win the hearts of nations with his unforgettable films. Chaplin's immortal creation, the tramp, blended humour with pathos and in classic films such as City Lights, The Great Dictator and Limelight left audiences laughing through their tears. This book is an enthralling story of the greatest comedian of all time.

Anekaentavada - Towards a Christian Response to Religious Pluralism
by Satish Kumar

(PRODUCTID:13503 ~ ISBN:81-7214-680-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:93 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

The book analyses the significance of Jaina theory of Anekaentavada in a religiously plural context. The basic argument of the theory is that reality is complex in nature and consists of innumerable characteristics

Humorous Anecdotes
by Thomas Arnold

(PRODUCTID:13504 ~ ISBN:81-7108-366-8 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:88 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

A professor was cracking a joke. An irreverent student interrupted him to remind that he had told them the same joke a month or so earlier. The professor however continued nonchalantly but added. If that is so, those who laughed last time need not laugh now. The compiler of this book makes the same request This book contains a selection of healthy humour from the lives of the great to make you Laugh a While and think a Bit.

The Cinematic Imagination
by Jyotika Virdi

(PRODUCTID:13512 ~ ISBN:81-7824-098-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:258 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

India produces more films than any other country in the world, and these works are avidly consumed by non-Western cultures. This work focuses on how this dominant medium configures the nation in post-Independence Hindi cinema. It scrutinizes approximately thirty films that have appeared since 1950 and demonstrates how concepts of the nation form the center of this cinema’s moral universe.

The Politics of the Governed - Reflections on Popular Politics in Most of the World
by Partha Chatterjee

(PRODUCTID:13513 ~ ISBN:81-7824-097-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:173 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

A major book by one of the modern world’s most eminent political theorists provides a new perspective on the limits and possibilities of democracy in contemporary times.

Sikh Metaphysics
by Shashi Bala

(PRODUCTID:13640 ~ ISBN:81-7205-230-8 ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:207 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

This book deals with the variant metaphysical aspects of Sikh Religion. Metaphysics is a science of the Real and it undertakes a search for Truth or Reality. The Sikh metaphysics is not an abstract unity but it integrates the spiritual and temporal aspects.

Views on Development - The Local and the Global in India and Pakistan
by Kristoffel Lieten

(PRODUCTID:13666 ~ ISBN:81-88789-16-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:99 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Three Essays)

Kristoffel Lieten's book on the development debate is a timely intervention that takes into account what people themselves conceive of as development. In his eloquent style, and with an enormous reservoir of empirical data collected from long duration stays in villages of northern India and Pakistan, Kristoffel Lieten give voice to the under-privileged.

Against History, Against State
by Shail Mayaram

(PRODUCTID:13514 ~ ISBN:81-7824-096-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:316 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

Reassessing conventional South Asian historiography from a subaltern perspective, this book examines how conceptions of history and memory clash. This important new book will interest historians, anthropologists, sociologist, political scientists, and all students of the complex relationships between Hinduism, Islam, and the Indian state.

Where Has My Gulla Gone?
by Padma Sachdeva

(PRODUCTID:13515 ~ ISBN:81-88322-41-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:139 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Ocean Books)

Padma Sachdev is the first woman poet of Dogri. The short stories written by her depict the joy and sorrow, woods and misfortunes of Indian womanhood. Even though she is conscious of the social injustices heaped upon women, her women characters maintained their dignity at all times.

Law & Justice - An Anthology
by Soli J Sorabjee

(PRODUCTID:13516 ~ ISBN:81-7534-367-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:410 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Universal Law Publishing)

This Anthology is a compendium of articles selected for their thematic nature from a diversity of jurisdictions. The ultimate aim and aspiration in bringing out this book is Justice-political, social and economic. The underlying purpose is to emphasise that the Quest for Justice is the common endeavour of all judges and lawyers in every society.

Surya (Music CD)
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13520 ~ ISBN:TDIDE 075C ~ Pub Year: 02/2002 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Times Music)

This Music CD features Surya Namaskar Mantra and Surya Sahasthranaam.

The Languages of Political Islam in India
by Muzaffar Alam

(PRODUCTID:13523 ~ ISBN:81-7824-062-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:244 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

This book shows the ways in which political Islam, from its establishment in medieval north India, adapted itself to a variety of Indian contexts and became deeply Indianized. This book provides major insights into the changing nature of political Islam in India.

The Wages of Impunity - Power, Justice and Human Rights
by K G Kannabiran

(PRODUCTID:13524 ~ ISBN:81-250-2638-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:372 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Orient Longman)

his volume consists of essays on human rights and civil liberties in India. Reiterating the indispensability of fundamental rights, read in the context of the Indian Constitution's Directive Principles, the essays focus on aspects such as secularism, socialism, and right to life, liberty, free speech and association.

The Village of Widows
by Ravi Shankar Etteth

(PRODUCTID:13526 ~ ISBN:0-14-303175-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:355 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

When a diplomat at the Madagascan embassy in Delhi is stabbed to death in mysterious and quite possibly scandalous circumstances, the ambassador calls upon his old friend Jay Samorin to help find the murderer as quickly and discreetly as possible. An absorbing tale of adventure and mystery.

The Discovery of India
by Jawaharlal Nehru

(PRODUCTID:13554 ~ ISBN:0-14-303103-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:642 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Written over five months when Jawaharlal Nehru was imprisoned in the Ahmadnagar Fort, The Discovery of India has acquired the status of a classic since it was first published in 1946. Nehru's brilliant intellect, deep humanity and lucid style make The discovery of India essential reading for anyone interested in India, both its past and its present

Portraits and Memories
by Subodhchandra Sengupta

(PRODUCTID:13630 ~ ISBN:81-86017-40-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:206 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Thema)

This book is a Biographical memories of Subodhchandra Sengupta, scholar and critic, and Professor of English at Presidency College, Kolkata. He is best known for his outstanding contributions to Shakespearean Criticism, Studiesin Indian aesthetics. In his recollections of some of his teachers and contemporaries, he re-recreates a piece of academic history.

Ritualism And Its Rejection In Sikhism
by Surindar Singh Kohli

(PRODUCTID:13639 ~ ISBN:81-7205-250-2 ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:184 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

Sikhism, one of the latest and modern religions of the world, is basically anti-ritualistic and anti-dogmatic. This book is a valuable critique on the anti-ritualistic premises of Sikhism. He also warns about the Brahmanic rituals creeping in the present Sikh practice and helps the reader to identify the true path shown by the Great Gurus.

Anandpur Sahib
by Harjinder Singh Dilgeer

(PRODUCTID:13638 ~ ISBN:2-930247-06-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:120 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

This book is a record of the history of the Sikh City of Anandpur Sahib, from its origin to the days of Guru Sahib. Besides it also gives a summary of the events of the post-Guru period.

Sikh Religion And Culture
by Dewan Singh

(PRODUCTID:13637 ~ ISBN:81-7205-209-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:103 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

Sikh religion is not so hard to understand as it is to follow. This book of essays deals primarily with subjects related to Sikh religion and culture. The first four essays form one unit in as much as they delineate the perennial and modern issues facing Sikhism since its inception over five hundred years ago.

Yoga of The Sikhs
by Surindar Singh Kohli

(PRODUCTID:13636 ~ ISBN:81-7205-059-3 ~ Pub Year: 1991 ~ Pages:94 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

In this monograph, the Sikh concept of Yoga, enunciated by the Sikh Gurus, has been explained, making a comparative study with other important Yogas, which have been rejected in the Sikh Scripture

The Sikh Philosophy
by Surindar Singh Kohli

(PRODUCTID:13635 ~ ISBN:81-7205-061-5 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:160 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Singh Brothers)

Sikhism has a distinct religious philosophy of its own. It differs from the fundamentals of the prominent world-religions. This short treatise gives an insight into the metaphysics, ethics, mysticism and cosmology of Sikhism.

Shabad Kirtan (Punjabi+Roman+English)
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13634 ~ ISBN:81-7601-537-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:288 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh)

This book contains 250 shabads and carries text, transliteration and English translation.

Ambedkar - Autobiographical Notes
by Ravi Kumar

(PRODUCTID:13632 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:31 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Navayana)

In six autobiographical sketches, B R Ambedkar, India's foremost civil rights leader, reminiscences his experiences of untouchability.

The Discovery of Ancient India
by Upinder Singh

(PRODUCTID:13573 ~ ISBN:81-7824-088-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:381 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

This book breaks colonial archaeology down into its specific constituents and examines the ideas, impulses, tensions, and individual contributions that comprised early studies of India's ancient past. It looks at the contribution made by Indian scholars to the antiquarian and archaeological projects, and at the interaction between the colonial government and the Indian princes vis-à-vis the conservation of historical monuments.

Touchable Tales
by S Anand

(PRODUCTID:13631 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:45 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Navayana)

who are the consumers of dalit literature in English? In this book, those involved with the publishing, teaching, and creation of dalit literature debate these issues.

Grace in Vaisnavism and Christianity
by Isaac Mar Philoxenos

(PRODUCTID:13500 ~ ISBN:81-85574-41-3 ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:205 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Intercultural Publications)

This study explores not merely the parallelisms or differences between these two theistic systems, but also the nature of the divine-human relationship as conceived by them. The exploration brings out not only their divergences, but also the convergence of their thinking on the idea of grace.

Azadi Ke Bad Urdu Afsana - Volume 2 (URDU + HINDI)
by Gopi Chand Narang

(PRODUCTID:13629 ~ ISBN:81-7587-043-5 (Vol II) ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:837 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

This anthology is a continuation from volume 1 and contains 28 selected short fiction from post-Independence Urdu writings. The value of this volume is greatly enchanced as Urdu text is accompanied with Hindi transliteration on the opoosite page.

Dil Ki Geeta (URDU)
by Khawaja Dil Mohammed

(PRODUCTID:13628 ~ ISBN:81-7587-052-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:240 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

A poetic translation in Urdu , this book, the first of its kind, translate Bhagwad Geeta in Urdu verse.

Inkheart
by Cornelia Funke

(PRODUCTID:13627 ~ ISBN:0-439-53164-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:536 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Kali/Zubaan)

A novel of adventure, fantasy and mystery all rolled into one spellbinding story.

Amma - The Mother (TAMIL) Music CD
by Gangai Amaren

(PRODUCTID:13622 ~ ISBN:KMD0082D ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD in Tamil spreads the message that humanity is not the last rung of the terrestrial creation. Evolution continues and man will be surpassed.

Festivals of India
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13626 ~ ISBN:81-230-0969-0 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:24 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

The Indian calendar is one long procession of festivals. These are varied in origin as they are large in number. Festivals in India, like festivals in any part of the world, find expression for the people's zest for living, delight in nature and love of pageantry. This illustrated book gives expression to this theme.

Mantra Therapy - Diabetes (Music CD)
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13620 ~ ISBN:KMD 218 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features Mantras with therapeutic effects.

Kaalpurush - (BENGALI) Music CD
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13618 ~ ISBN:KM 0463D ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features Rabindra Sangeet.

Freak - Vocal Fusion (Music CD)
by Rajhesh Vaidhya

(PRODUCTID:13621 ~ ISBN:KMD 252 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features 9 renderings with fusion music.

Mantra Therapy - Headache (Music CD)
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13619 ~ ISBN:KMD 217 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features Mantras with therapeutic effects.

Sai Gayathri (Music CD)
by Sowmya

(PRODUCTID:13623 ~ ISBN:KMD 206 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features Sai music.

The Bridge At Borim
by Surekha Panandikar

(PRODUCTID:13625 ~ ISBN:81-237-2687-2 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:80 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: NBT)

An interesting story in the backdrop of liberation of Goa from Portuguese rule.

The Golden Collection: Madan Mohan - The Ghazal King (Music CD)
by Madan Mohan

(PRODUCTID:13617 ~ ISBN:CDF 131512 ~ Pub Year: 06/2003 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: RPG)

This Music CD features seventeen film renderings composed by famous Music Director Madam Mohan.

Masterpieces of Indian Art
by Alka Pande

(PRODUCTID:13612 ~ ISBN:81-7436-298-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:156 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli)

Illustrated from museums across the world, Masterpieces of Indian Art is a rich and stunning portrayal of the most precious treasures of Indian art. Extensive photo research and detailed examination of every facet of the arts make it nothing less than a book of illustrated art history.

The Recovery of Mission
by Vinoth Ramachandra

(PRODUCTID:13499 ~ ISBN:81-7214-338-9 ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:293 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

In recent years the term religious pluralism has come to be used not only in a descriptive sociological sense but also as theologically prescriptive. This book explores the pluralist paradigm through the work of three of its most influential Asian exponents, subjecting each to a theological and philosophical critique.

World Hindu Chants - Global Interpretations (Music CD)
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13519 ~ ISBN:TDIDE 188P ~ Pub Year: 02/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Times Music)

This Music CD features ten devotional chants and one bonus track Aum Jai Jagdish Hare.

Dum Cuisine
by Master Chefs of India

(PRODUCTID:13521 ~ ISBN:81-7436-297-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:96 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Roli Books)

Slow Oven or Dum Pukht has become one of the most refined forms of cooking in India, even though the style is no more than 200 years old. Slow Oven means cooking on very low flame, mostly in sealed containers, allowing the meats and vegetables to cook, as far as possible, in their own juices. This colorfully illustrated book guides you to the art of Dum Cuisine.

The Sufi Shrine of Ajmer
by Laxmi Dhaul

(PRODUCTID:13360 ~ ISBN:81-291-0416-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:128 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

This book is dedicated to those who visit the Dargah for the first time and have heard about it but have no way of knowing about its significant and salient features. The daily rituals, the customs and what happens in the Urs are written in great detail. It also contains a chapter on Sufism to give an introduction on the Islamic Mysticism prevalent at the time and describes the main tenets of the Chisti group of Sufis.

House of Cards & Other Stories
by Tarashankar Bandyopadhyay

(PRODUCTID:13365 ~ ISBN:81-291-0384-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:130 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

This book contains translation of some of Tarashankar Bandopadhyay's best short stories which showcase man's deepest and most basic instincts. And it is exactly that which enables these stories to cross boundaries of time and space. The characters might be the poor people of Birbhum but the emotions are universal.

The Power of Planets
by P Khurrana

(PRODUCTID:13366 ~ ISBN:81-291-0388-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:226 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

Horoscope reading needs intricate mental exercise. The Power of Planets reveals the basic reading of the birth chart. The book is written mainly to aid astrologers and students. The added advantage of the book is that the author has given astro advice with every star patter.

Purdah - An Anthology
by Eunice de Souza

(PRODUCTID:13371 ~ ISBN:0 19566661-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:552 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This collection brings together writings on the theme of purdah not just in terms of the burqua worn by Muslim women, but more broadly as the elaborate codes of seclusion and feminine modesty used to protect and control women's lives across the religious divide.

Raj Kahini
by Abanindranath Tagore

(PRODUCTID:13372 ~ ISBN:81-87649-78-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:143 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Katha)

Nine picturesque tales that you'll never forget-from the master storyteller. Though a painter, Abanindranath Tagore loved writing for children. Perhaps that is why his uncle Rabindranath Tagore had urged him to write. When Abanindranath finally did, these unforgettable stories were born. Now, for the first time these sztories are brought to you in English..

Karmelin
by Damodar Mauzo

(PRODUCTID:13510 ~ ISBN:81-260-1918-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:281 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Leading Konkani writer Damodar Mauzo weaves a moving tale of sexual exploitation, machinations within the family, caste conflicts in the Christian community, sexist Arab bosses, and above all, the bitter-sweet triumphs of Karmelin-al set in the metropolitan location of modern day Kuwait and the lush, verdant landscape of Goa.

Southern Spice - Delicious Vegetarian Recipes from South India
by Chandra Padmanabhan

(PRODUCTID:13373 ~ ISBN:0-67-005770-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:134 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Penguin/Viking)

From the best-selling author of Dakshin comes a new book on south Indian cuisine containing a hundred authentic recipes from Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Preparation time for each dish, including the time taken for fermentation, soaking, preparation and the actual cooking is clearly mentioned so that you can plan your meal almost to the second.

Ek Inch Muskan (HINDI)
by Rajendra Yadav

(PRODUCTID:13606 ~ ISBN:81-7028-244-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:256 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rajpal)

An original Hindi novel is an unusual combined effort of two well-known writers. An absorbing novel of great literary merit.

Samay Ki Shila Par - A Play (HINDI)
by Himanshu Joshi

(PRODUCTID:13607 ~ ISBN:81-7028-479-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:104 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Rajpal)

This book focuses on three historical personalities of India's freedom movement. Three plays included in this work focus on the personalities of Subash Chandra Bose, Ashfaq Ullah Khan and Govind Ballabh Pant.

Sibawayhi - Makers of Islamic Civilization
by M G Carter

(PRODUCTID:13614 ~ ISBN:0-19566045-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:159 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The eighth-century scholar Sibawayhi is recognized as the first systematic grammarian of Arabic.By outlining the central ideas of Sibawayhi as well as describing his legacy and achievements, this book provides an accessibly written and non-technical introduction to the whole subject of Arabic linguistics, and to the life and times of the man who founded the discipline.

Bharat 2020 : Navnirman ki Rooprekha (HINDI)
by A P J Abdul Kalam

(PRODUCTID:13609 ~ ISBN:81-7028-469-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:304 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rajpal)

This book is Hindi translation of a well-known and best-seller work titled India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium. This work is authored by A P J Abdul Kalam, currently President of the Republic of India.

Kitne Pakistan (HINDI)
by Kamleshwar

(PRODUCTID:13610 ~ ISBN:81-7028-476-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:363 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rajpal)

A novel of great significance focusing on contemporary issues, is a Sahitya Akademi award winner, and has been translated into several Indian languages.

The Hungry Tide
by Amitav Ghosh

(PRODUCTID:13611 ~ ISBN:81-7530-052-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:403 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Ravi Dayal)

The Hungry Tide is a remarkable book, a whirlwind work of the imagination, as epic in its scope and ambition as Amitav Ghosh's previous, widely-acclaimed novels. Ghosh has established himself as one of the finest prose writers of his generation of Indians writing in English.

Banaras - Sarnath
by A Z Ranjeet

(PRODUCTID:13613 ~ ISBN:81-7436-051-4 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:88 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Roli)

This picture album with expalanatory text is a fascinating composite of history and myth-making, of the mundane and the transcendental, of the real world and the imagined. Let us look around, then, and see what lies behind some of the most familiar sights in Banaras.

Jesus - The Messiah In Muslim Thought
by Olaf Schumann

(PRODUCTID:13460 ~ ISBN:81-7214-522-5 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:272 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This book is the English translation of Olaf Schumann’s book Der Christus der Muslime 1975 (2nd ed Cologne/Vienna 1988), in which he examines how Muslim thinkers view Jesus. The book is of value to those who are engaged in Christian-Muslim encounters and gives orientation about themes and issues on the agenda of Christian-Muslim dialogue.

Robi O Radha - Love Poetry of Rabindranath Tagore Vol-1 (Music CD)
by Pandit Jasraj

(PRODUCTID:13518 ~ ISBN:CD-B 03023 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This Music CD features select love poetry of Rabindranath Tagore.

Science, Society, Value and Civilizational Dialogue
by D P Chattopadhyaya

(PRODUCTID:13375 ~ ISBN:81-7986-030-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:375 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Indian Institute of Advanced Study)

The essays of this book are addressed to some basic issues of science, society and value. Discounting the autonomy claim of science Chattopadhyaya tries to trace its social roots and discover its historical background. Also he discounts the value-neutrality claim of science-of both social science and natural science

Glimpses of World History
by Jawaharlal Nehru

(PRODUCTID:13388 ~ ISBN:0-14-303105-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:1192 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

On New Year's Day, 1931, Jawaharlal Nehru began a remarkable series of letters on the history of the world to his daughter Indira, then thirteen years old. Over the next thirty months, Nehru wrote nearly two hundred letters in this series, which were later published as Glimpses of World History. It is one of the most remarkable books ever written.

The Wisdom of Sartre
by Philosophical Library

(PRODUCTID:13416 ~ ISBN:81-86775-69-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:104 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manjul Publishing House)

In this important collection of his writings, focusing on the meanings of perception, knowledge, and especially being, the reader will discover how Sartre's doctrine, which outlines with beautiful clarity the meaning of existence as he defined it, relates to the practical demands of living.

The Oxford India Premchand - An Omnibus
by Premchand

(PRODUCTID:13517 ~ ISBN:0-19-566501-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:965 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This omnibus brings together a range of his short stories, a genre he pioneered in Hindi literature, and two of his women-centric novels. Also included is an essay by Premchand on the aim of literature, translated especially for this volume. It is a delightful book for avid readers of Premchand and for enthusiasts of Indian literature and culture.

The Partings (Xeuji Pator Kahini)
by Rasna Barua

(PRODUCTID:13511 ~ ISBN:81-260-1919-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:263 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

The original Assamese novel, Xeuji Pator Kahini, of which this is the English translation, was first published in 1954. Set in pre-independence Assam, the story juxtaposes the morally oppressive life in a typical Assamese village. This is the story of love between Nareswar and Sonia woven into the extraordinarily rich texture of life in a tea garden.

Vah Aaya Tha - Stories (HINDI)
by Kusum Ansal

(PRODUCTID:13608 ~ ISBN:81-7483-059-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:208 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Shiksha Bharati)

A Collection of 24 highly absorbing short stories from a well-known Hindi fiction writer.

Agra Red Fort is a Hindu Building
by P N Oak

(PRODUCTID:13446 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:256 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan)

This volume seeks to expose one glaring and yet controversial misconcept of mediaeval historical texts and tourist guide books. The Red Fort in Agra which the 20th century visitor sees was built in the pre-Christian era by the then Hindu rulers.

Haridwar - Rishikesh, Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath: Gateway to the Gods
by Rupinder Khullar

(PRODUCTID:13456 ~ ISBN:81-7476460-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:96 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: UBS)

Gateway to the Gods: Haridwar Rishikesh gives the reader a comprehensive glimpse of the overpowering and mesmerizing effect this eternal city has on everyone who visits this abode of gods in the foothills of Shivalik. This pictorial album gives an insight of the origin of this holy city that lies embedded in legendary tales and fables.

Behind Closed Doors - Domestic Violence in India
by Rinki Bhattacharya

(PRODUCTID:13454 ~ ISBN:0-7619-3239-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:234 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sage Publications)

To be assaulted, abused and raped by someone as intimate as a husband, or lover, is the most degrading experience for a women Apart from being a first person account, this edited book by a renowned women's rights activist and a former victim of domestic violence book takes us inside these closed doors.

His Sacred Burden -The Life of Bhagat Puran Singh
by Reema Anand

(PRODUCTID:13453 ~ ISBN:0-14-303193-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:140 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Known by many as the Father Teresa of Punjab, Bhagat Puran Singh (1904-92) was an epitome of love and compassion whose contribution to society is indeed comparable to that of Mother Teresa's. This well researched and moving biography is profusely illustrated and anecdotal, and also carries a compilation of Bhagatji's personal jottings and the letters the author shared with him.

The Swinging Bridge
by Ramabai Espinet

(PRODUCTID:13451 ~ ISBN:0-14-303185-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:302 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

A moving story about a young girl's journey into the secrets of a winding family history. The swinging Bridge carries us through nineteenth-century India, with its cast-out Brahmin widows, to the cane fields of Trinidad. Steeped in the rhythms and lyrical lilt of Caribbean life, this many-layered tale marks the fiction debut of Ramabai Espinet, a poet and writer with immense talent and an original new voice.

Brahmins and Bungalows
by Kavita Watsa

(PRODUCTID:13450 ~ ISBN:0-14-303146-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:290 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

With an almost Victorian sensibility for bends in the road and turns of phrase, the author presents her travels through South Indian History - a rich blend of landscapes and architecture-from monsoon-lashed Goa to a coast that inspired Tagore, from desolate Hampi to burgeoning Bangalore, and much more.

Where on Earth Am I ? - Confusions of a Travelling Man
by Jug Suraiya

(PRODUCTID:13449 ~ ISBN:0-14-303183-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:148 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Jug Suraiya, winner of the Pacific Area Travel Association gold award for travel writing, goes globetrotting, trying to fathom why we travel. In this collection spanning almost three decades and several continents. Written in his inimitable style, a heady blend of irreverent humour and sombre reflection. Where on Earth Am I? is sure to kindle the wanderlust in you.

Hindutva
by V D Savarkar

(PRODUCTID:13448 ~ ISBN:81-88388-25-4 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:142 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan)

First edition of this book was published in 1923, yet Savarkar's book is for all time. The principles enunciated in this book will guide Hindus as well as non-Hindus of this country for centuries to come. It is interesting to see how the predictions made in this book have, without a single exception, come true.

History of Christianity in India: Source Materials
by M K Kuriakose

(PRODUCTID:13468 ~ ISBN:81-7214-493-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:465 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This source book for students of the history of Christianity in India includes materials representative of important developments with, in the modern period, special emphasis upon materials of ecumenical and national significance, including sources that reflect the attitude of members of other faiths to Christianity .

Tandoori Cuisine
by Master Chefs of India

(PRODUCTID:13522 ~ ISBN:81-7436-296-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:96 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Roli Books)

Tandoori is India’s best known export, a cuisine that suits the international palate comfortably, since it is largely eat-based, lightly spiced, and easy to both cook and serve. Indian food is usually eaten without starters, soups or courses, though in restaurants it is presented in this manner for less familiar diners. This book is a valuable introduction to Tandoori cuisine.

Religious Traditions of India
by P S Daniel

(PRODUCTID:13459 ~ ISBN:81-7214-606-X ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:368 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

The human race is in serious trouble. The last of the global time-space barriers to human intercourse have fallen to the jet age. The guest for human community in our global village is of major existential concern. This volume is an attempt to reflect on the Indian experience of massive religious pluralism.

The Maratha Movement - Hindu Pad Padashahi
by V D Savarkar

(PRODUCTID:13442 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:254 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan)

This is the story of the Maratha struggle to re-establish Hindu Empire in India, beautifully narrated by V D Savarkar. A born patriot, Savarkar dedicated whole of his life to the cause of independence and was responsible for revolutionary activities in India and abroad.

The Wisdom of Gandhi
by Philosophical Library

(PRODUCTID:13417 ~ ISBN:81-86775-70-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:159 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manjul Publishing House)

The Philosophical Library presents the most important works throughout the ages. This anthology, draw entirely from Gandhi's own words, brings to light the philosophical structure upon which the great man built his role in international affairs. Revealing his innermost thoughts and beliefs regarding man and the world, this inspirational material touches on the great concerns of humankind.

The India Mosaic
by Bibek Debroy

(PRODUCTID:13345 ~ ISBN:81-7188-355-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:285 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Academic Foundation)

The Idea of India has been interpreted by different people in different ways. Perhaps there is no single idea of India at all. This volume is essentially a collection writings borne out of deliberate thinking to pen down one's thoughts on the Idea of India. The authors/contributors to this volume together represent a varied cross-section of India's intelligentsia.

Some Missing Chapters of World History
by P N Oak

(PRODUCTID:13441 ~ ISBN:81-88388-27-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:291 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan)

The book is about those facts which were ignored knowingly or unknowingly by the said great historians. In the light of these facts history seems to be different. This book is intended to awaken and arouse the world from its complacent slumber about its history to the realization that there is much to learn and unlearn.

Who Says Akbar Was Great?
by P N Oak

(PRODUCTID:13440 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:426 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan)

The Present day historians consider Akbar as a great Moghul emperor. The author of this book questions this view. He quotes innumerable incidents and deeds of the so called great emperor and proves that Akbar was the greatest rogue. A well documented work worth noting..

Women & Law in India
by Flavia Agnes

(PRODUCTID:13420 ~ ISBN:0-19-566767-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:766 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This omnibus brings together three significant works on gender equality which comprehensively analyze key issues including women’s rights, social justice, and empowerment. Together, the books span legal change in India over two centuries when women’s rights were negotiated, rewritten and codes.

On Jim Corbett's Trail and Other Tales from Tree-tops
by A J T Johnsingh

(PRODUCTID:13419 ~ ISBN:81-7824-081-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:139 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Permanent Black)

The essays in this book convey the beauty and thrill of Indian forests and their wildlife to the non-specialist. Dr Johnsingh takes us for walks in the jungle with him, and we see through his trained eyes what we would never otherwise look for.

The Taj Mahal is A Temple Place
by P N Oak

(PRODUCTID:13445 ~ ISBN:81-88388-28-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:365 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan)

The author has collected evidence which seeks to prove that the building Taj Mahal existed years before the death of Mumtaj Mahal.. This book shows that the archaeological records of the Taj Mahal were falsified. Historians had duped the public and changed the Temple Palace to grave.

Major Religions of India
by Christopher Augustus Bixel Tirkey

(PRODUCTID:13490 ~ ISBN:81-7214-521-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:582 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

In this volume a leading religious scholar helps readers to rediscover the mystique of religions in the Indian subcontinent. Major Religions of India provides clear basic introduction to important religions.

Mantras - Dawn to Dusk (Music CD)
by Sadhana Sargam

(PRODUCTID:13509 ~ ISBN:TDIDE 239C ~ Pub Year: 05/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Times Music)

This Music CD features twenty four prayers from morning musical renderings to night chants.

Om - Music for Divine Meditation (Music CD)
by Ashit Desai

(PRODUCTID:13508 ~ ISBN:TDIDE 060C ~ Pub Year: 01/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Times Music)

In chapter 17 of Bhagwad Gita, one of the most sacred texts of the Hindus, Lord Krishna has said that the word OM signifies the omnipresence of God. This OM cd is a musical bliss through regular use of which, a restive heart and stressful mind can achieve eternal peace.

Shree Hanuman Katha (Music CD)
by Eminent Artistes

(PRODUCTID:13507 ~ ISBN:TDIDE 242C ~ Pub Year: 05/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Times Music)

This Music CD carries fourteen musical renderings celebrating the venerable Shree Hanuman.

Mangal Kaamna - Sacred Hindu Chants (2 Music CD PACK)
by Eminent Artistes

(PRODUCTID:13506 ~ ISBN:TDIDE 252P ~ Pub Year: 05/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Times Music)

This limited edition Music Pack of 2 CDs carries 7 Mangal Kaamna renderings besides 27 Sacred Hindu Chants with a commentry by Harish Bhimani..

Crème de la Crème of Indian Music (Music CD)
by Bismillah Khan

(PRODUCTID:13505 ~ ISBN:SNCD 70698 ~ Pub Year: 3/2000 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Chhanda Dhara)

This Music CD is a sampler giving glimpses of classic renderings of the Great Masters of Indian music.

Religious Pluralism - An Indian Christian Perspective
by Kuncheria Pathil CMI

(PRODUCTID:13495 ~ ISBN:81-7214-005-3 ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:349 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Asia is the cradle of all the World Religions, and it may be the task of Asia to develop a radically new theology of religions relevant for our times, and to evolve new models and styles of interreligious fellowships. This book is one of the instances where a concerted effort is made by he Catholic theologians to evolve a theology of religious pluralism.

Christianity In India - Search for Liberation and Identity
by F Hrangkhuma

(PRODUCTID:13493 ~ ISBN:81-7214-457-1 ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:337 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Are the Christians really and naturally fit into Indian ways of life? And similar questions..What are the attitudes of the Christians to their non-Christian counterparts? What is their attitude to their traditional culture and custom? This book brings out important insights of the processes of the data about Indian Christians.

Global Perspectives On Audiovisual Archives in the 21st Century
by Anthony Seeger

(PRODUCTID:13457 ~ ISBN:81-7046-223-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:300 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Seagull Books)

This unique book is based on a workshop for an international group of administrators of research based archives, the aim of which was to bring together archivists from industrializing countries - Austria, Australia, China, Cuba, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Peru, The Philippines, South Africa, Sudan, and the United States, - which have a relatively recent history of audiovisual archives.

An Introduction to Indian Christian Theology
by Robin Boyd

(PRODUCTID:13491 ~ ISBN:81-7214-193-9 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:362 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This book breaks new ground in two important respects. First, the author has brought to light the continuity of the hidden stream of living theology which has been flowing in India. Second, he has sought to see it as a function of the mission of the Church in India and evaluate it in terms of the future of that mission.

Social Impact of Conversion
by Y Antony Raj

(PRODUCTID:13458 ~ ISBN:81-7214-619-1 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:164 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Impact of conversion on the converts is a complex and controversial issue. The author superbly measures and articulates the impact of conversion basing on the statistics genuinely gathered. This is a book to be read by sociologists and all those, especially clergy and religious, who need to know the challenges confronting the modern communities.

The Dalit Christians - A History
by John C B Webster

(PRODUCTID:13480 ~ ISBN:81-7214-160-2 ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:275 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Between ten and fifteen percent of all Dalits in India are Christians. Between two-thirds and three-quarters of all Christians in India are Dalits. This is the first attempt to write their history and its set within the context of the modern Dalit movement.

An Introduction To Indian Church History
by C B Firth

(PRODUCTID:13476 ~ ISBN:81-7214-475-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:304 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This book traces out the outline of Indian Church History from the beginning down to the present time and will be of immense use to those interested in a comprehensive introduction to the subject.

Gandhi’s Bible
by William W Emilsen

(PRODUCTID:13475 ~ ISBN:81-7214-627-2 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:185 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Mahatma Gandhi read and studied the Bible. He frequently meditated upon and memorized parts of it. He quoted from it in public debate and in private conversation. This book clearly demonstrates that Gandhi was a keen student of the Bible.

Contemplative Prayer In Christianity and Islam
by Claudia Weeraperuma

(PRODUCTID:13471 ~ ISBN:81-7214-741-4 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:143 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Only a burning furious passion, almost verging on madness for God, can push the soul forward so that it reaches the inconceivable and indescribable Lord. An ardent lover will always be so completely absorbed in his love for his Beloved that he cannot psychologically entertain any other love. Such surrender is the best that we can do: it is indeed the very essence of Contemplative Prayer.

A Guide To Religions
by David A Brown

(PRODUCTID:13470 ~ ISBN:81-7214-314-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:271 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

In this Study Guide he explores the relationship between the Creator and the creation as it is expressed in the religions of mankind. The chief purpose of the book is to describe religions at their face value. Probably the best single book available on the subject. A gem of its kind, concise, penetrating, easy to read and enormously informative.

Christian Ethics and Indian Ethos
by Somen Das

(PRODUCTID:13469 ~ ISBN:81-7214-168-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:191 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

This third edition of the book has been thoroughly revised and expanded. It is on some selected contemporary ethical issues in the economic, political and social spheres.

The Origin and Nature of Religion
by Augustine Perumalil

(PRODUCTID:13467 ~ ISBN:81-7214-614-0 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:316 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

In an age marked by indifference to religion, on the one side, and fundamentalism and intolerance of other religions on the other, the author takes a fresh look at religion to examine whether religion has adequate justification and also to determine whether religions have a common ground, a shared vision, an ubiquitous purpose.

The Myth of the Holy Cow
by D N Jha

(PRODUCTID:13354 ~ ISBN:1-85984-424-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:183 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Verso)

Hugely controversial upon its publication in India, this book is a meticulously researched, strongly worded and persuasively articulated challenge to long-held religious beliefs. It is a unique and iconoclastic contribution to the study of Hindu beliefs, practices, history and customs.

Christian Thought Through Advaita Vedanta
by K P Aleaz

(PRODUCTID:13492 ~ ISBN:81-7214-240-4 ~ Pub Year: 1996 ~ Pages:251 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ISPCK)

Deeper dimensions of Christian thought are manifesting through Advaita. Some of them are studied in this work. It is the contention of this book that the coming together of Advaita Vedanta and Christian Thought points to a possible future relational convergence of religions.

Aura Energy for Better Health and Happiness
by Joe H Slate

(PRODUCTID:13586 ~ ISBN:81-7822-120-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:235 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

Your personal aura is a life-sustaining energy force that characterizes you as a human being. Understand your aura, and more importantly, utilize it to empower you life. This book brings you the strategies you need to develop your ability to observe, interpret, and affect the aura. Unleash your internal healing and wellness energies using psychic strategies..

The Best of Bulleh Shah - Volume 1&2 (Music CD)
by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

(PRODUCTID:13575 ~ ISBN:CD-B 04012 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)



Srimad Valmikiya Ramayan (HINDI)
by Jankinath Sharma

(PRODUCTID:13603 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:1026 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Geetapress)

This volume records Valmiki's Ramayana in bold print.

Sri Ramcharitmanas ( TEXT + HINDI)
by Hanuman Prasad Poddar

(PRODUCTID:13596 ~ ISBN:81-293-0123-7 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:1039 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Gita Press)

This volume in original text with Hindi translation is presented in bold print, and is an authentic edition of this holy scripture.

Improve Your Memory & Intellect - Vedic Chants (Music CD)
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13593 ~ ISBN:MO 4083 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

The Mantras of the vedas and the Upanishads have the ability to stimulate each cell of the brain. Listening to the mantras has the intrinsic capability of stimulating both the used and unused cells of the brain. This Music CD offers you this opportunity.

The Best of Rashid Khan (Music CD)
by Rashid Khan

(PRODUCTID:13592 ~ ISBN:CD-A 04023 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This Music CD features Best of the vocal renderings in Hindustani Classical by Rashid Khan.

Heer (Music CD)
by Wadali Bandhu

(PRODUCTID:13591 ~ ISBN:CD-B 04055 ~ Pub Year: 05/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This Music CD features popular folk music centered on Heer.

Prem Joshua - Water Down The Ganges (Music CD)
by Prem Joshua

(PRODUCTID:13590 ~ ISBN:CD-PJ02009 ~ Pub Year: 05/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

Take a trip on a boat floating down your inner Ganges. This album enters your senses with rich images of the East - from meditative compositions to rhythmical and energetic pieces - all master - fully played on instruments like sitar, santoor, bamboo flute, soprano sax, tabla, etc.Prem Joshua and Manish Vyas, both extraordinary multi-instrumentalists.This is their first album under both their names..

Umar - the Second Caliph
by Shibli Numani

(PRODUCTID:13615 ~ ISBN:0-19-566047-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:157 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

Regarded as the epitome of the just ruler, Umar, or Omar-the second caliph-is one of the most significant figures in early Islamic History. Shibli Numani's classic account links the military conquests of the period with Umar reforms in law, government, and public administration.

Legends - Manna Dey the Maestro (5-CD Pack)
by Manna Dey

(PRODUCTID:13588 ~ ISBN:CDF 132383-87 ~ Pub Year: 06/2003 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: RPG)

This celebratory album of 5 Music CDs features eighty seven songs from films rendered by veteran Manna Dey. The album also carries personal comments from Kavi Pradeep, Lata Mangeshkar, Jagjit Singh, Anup Jalota, Basu Bhattacharya, Mahendra Kapoor, Pankaj Udhas, and the maestro speaks himself on his works.

Collected Poems : 1954 - 2004
by Dom Moraes

(PRODUCTID:13616 ~ ISBN:0-14-303136-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:355 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

At the age of nineteen, Dom Moraes achieved instant fame as a poet with his first book of verse, A Beginning, which won the Hawthornden Prize in 1957. Since then he has published nine more collections of poems, including Serendip which won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1994. .In addition to all the verse he has ever published , this volume contains a long new sequence and several other poems hitherto unpublished.

The Harmonium Handbook - The Devotional Instrument of India
by Satyaki Kraig Brockschmidt

(PRODUCTID:13585 ~ ISBN:81-7822-213-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:155 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

The book provides detailed instruction in how to play, maintain, and repair this popular devotional instrument. It also reveals the colorful history of free-reed instruments such as the harmonium, which dates back to the time of Marco Polo. It tells how to play the harmonium in a variety of styles, from the simple to the complex, including single-note melody,

Collision With The Infinite - A Life Beyond the Personal Self
by Suzanne Segal

(PRODUCTID:13584 ~ ISBN:81-7822-113-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:177 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

This autobiography is the extraordinary story of how a young jewish woman from the Midwest came to terms with the powerful transformation despite the mind's relentless attempts to pathologize it, and how the experience ultimately blossomed into full Self-realization.

Mother of the Universe - Visions of the Goddess and Tantric Hymns of Enlightenment
by Lex Hixon

(PRODUCTID:13583 ~ ISBN:81-7822-190-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:223 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

The Great Mother is humanity's most primordial, pervasive, and fruitful image of reality. Either secretly or openly, she appears with extraordinary power, wisdom, and tenderness at the core of every noble culture. This book presents the Mother Wisdom which is always unitive, never divisive. These pages unveil the living force which exists at the very heart of the awareness.

Can You Listen to a Woman - A Man's Journey to the Heart
by David Forsee

(PRODUCTID:13582 ~ ISBN:81-7822-112-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:192 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

What happens when a man meets a woman whose teachings have the power to draw him back to his own heart? In this book, the author interweaves his life with Swami Radha's and invites to to be present in their most intimate moments of joy, support and challenges. This book offers hope to both men and women..

Path Without Form - A Journey into the Realm Beyond Thought
by Robert Powell

(PRODUCTID:13581 ~ ISBN:81-7822-135-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:241 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

In this book, Dr Powel invites the reader to accompany him on his own adventures in self-exploration-a journey that spanned several decades and eventually led him to the ultimate teaching of the non-dual nature of reality.

Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta (HINDI)
by Swami Kishoridas Krishandas

(PRODUCTID:13579 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:352 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

This Hindi translation of sacred book of the Hindus is presented in bold print, with colourful printing and illustrations on art paper.

Indian Vegetarian
by Nita Mehta

(PRODUCTID:13578 ~ ISBN:81-7869-054-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:102 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: SNAB)

Indian cuisine is extremely varied and food of one region differs greatly from another. Exotic biryaanis and pulaosprepared from Indian basmati rice, flavoured with magical spices like fennel seeds, cinnamon sticks and cardamom pods, are all explained simply. This book also offers even Indian drinks and soups besides the regular meals.

Romance of the Mango
by Kusum Budhwar

(PRODUCTID:13576 ~ ISBN:0-14-302864-2 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:290 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Indians may have different names for the mango, but they all agree that it is the king of fruits. Some compose songs and poems in its praise, while others use it to decorate their sculptures and paintings. Tracing the journey of a humble wild species of the forest to its spread over the subcontinent, this book pieces together India's fascination with the mango and explores why the mango is more than a mere fruit to us.

The Best of Shah Hussain (Music CD)
by Wadali Bandhu

(PRODUCTID:13589 ~ ISBN:CD-B 04020 A/B ~ Pub Year: 05/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This Music CD carries best of poetics of Shah Hussain through the renderings of popular artistes.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 10 Books : Poets & Saints of India
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13744 ~ ISBN:81-7508-et. Al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:340 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this set of 10 books retell stories of poets and saints of India. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

A Variety of Absences
by Dom Moraes

(PRODUCTID:13525 ~ ISBN:0-14-303016-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:627 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

This omnibus edition brings together three classic autobiographical books by Dom Moraes, a poet and prose writer of near iconic status in India. In the tradition of the great literary biographies, these memoirs, available for the first time in a single volume, transform remembered fact into memorable art.

India In The Shadow of Gandhi and Nehru
by Guru Dutt

(PRODUCTID:13443 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:295 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan)

The author has taken great pains in critically studying the activities and philosophies of these two eminent personalities of our country and placing before the readers of this book the other side of the picture. His thesis is based on works of Nehru himself and also on works of other eminent writers of the day.

The Wisdom of Buddha
by Philosophical Library

(PRODUCTID:13414 ~ ISBN:81-86775-49-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:130 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manjul Publishing House)

The Philosophical Library presents the most important thinkers through the ages and their most influential writings. To those not familiar with the subject, it may be stated that the bulk of its contents in derived from the old Buddhist canon and concentrates on the life of Buddha and on the Buddhist doctrine.

The Wisdom of Sigmund Freud
by Philosophical Library

(PRODUCTID:13415 ~ ISBN:81-86775-50-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:156 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manjul Publishing House)

In this A to Z reference, key concepts and terms developed by Freud are clearly defined and explained in his own words. Readers will not only see what Feud really meant when he discussed dram interpretation, ago, the Oedipus complex, and the unconscious, but also hear him explain the treatment therapies he devised for abnormal behavior.

Locked in Place - State Building and Late Industriallization in India
by Vivek Chibber

(PRODUCTID:13413 ~ ISBN:81-85229-86-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:334 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Tulika)

Why were some countries able to build developmental states in the decades after World War II while others were not? Through a richly detailed examination of India’s experience, this book argues that the critical factor was the reaction of domestic capitalists to the state-building project.Chibber contrasts India’s experience with the success of a similar program of state-building in South Korea, where political elites managed to harness domestic capitalists to their agenda.

Lucky Girls
by Nell Freudenberger

(PRODUCTID:13411 ~ ISBN:0-330-43366-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:226 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Picador India)

Award-winning US writer Nell Freudenberger’s highly anticipated debut collection This book is a collection of five stories, set in India and South-East Asia, narrated by young women who find themselves face to face with the compelling circumstances of adult love.

Yogayog (Nexus)
by Rabindranath Tagore

(PRODUCTID:13410 ~ ISBN:81-291-0180-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:328 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

The protagonists of this classic Tagore novella, never before translated, are the warring families of the Chatterjees and the Ghoshals. Set in early 19th century Bengal, their old rivalry now manifests itself as a historical clash between a landed aristocracy declining under the permanent Settlement system introduced by the British.

Draupadi (HINDI)
by Pratibha Ray

(PRODUCTID:13605 ~ ISBN:81-7028-470-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:263 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rajpal)

Now available in Hindi translation, this is a brilliant novel around the fascinating character of Draupadi. In the novel Draupadi not only remains anchored in the epic but also rises out of its pages to become our contemporary and extremely relevant to our times.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 25 Books : Ancient & Medieval History
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13745 ~ ISBN:81-7509-et. Al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:800 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this set of 25 books retell stories from Indian history. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 5 books : Akbar and Birbal Stories
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13740 ~ ISBN:81-7508 et.al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:200 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this set of 6 books retell, witty, delightful and entertaining Akbar-Birbal stories. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 20 Books : Buddhist and Jataka Tales
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13743 ~ ISBN:81-7508-et. Al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:650 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this set of 20 books retell stories from India's mythology, classics, folktales and legends. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 15 Books : Indian Classics
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13741 ~ ISBN:81-7508- et. Al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:500 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this set of 15 books retell stories from Indian mythology, history, classics, folktales and legends. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 15 Books : Legends and Folktales
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13739 ~ ISBN:81-7508-et. Al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:480 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this set of 15 books retell stories from Indian mythology, history, classics, folktales and legends. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 20 Books : Indian Mythology (Part THREE)
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13738 ~ ISBN:81-7508-et. Al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:640 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this third part of 20 books retell stories from Indian mythology. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 20 books : Indian Mythology (Part TWO)
by Anant

(PRODUCTID:13737 ~ ISBN:81-7508- et.al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:640 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this second part of 20 books retell stories from Indian mythology. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 20 books : Indian Mythology (Part ONE)
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13736 ~ ISBN:81-7508- et.al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:640 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this first part of 20 books retell stories from Indian mythology. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Srimad Bhagawad Gita (HINDI)
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13633 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:382 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Geetapress)

A concise but with complete original text with Hindi translation of sacred book of the Hindus.

Gandhi Ji's Murder And After
by Gopal Godse

(PRODUCTID:13624 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1989 ~ Pages:527 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Surya Prakashan)

The assassination of Gandhiji, which must form the last chapter of the story of his life, happens to be, at the same time, an important part of the recent history of India. This first person account of one of the convicted accused in the assassination unfolds the story leading to the fateful day.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 10 Books : Makers of Modern India
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13746 ~ ISBN:81-7508-et. Al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:340 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this set of 10 books retell stories of India's national heroes. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Encounter the Enlightened - Conversations with the Master
by Linda Wright-Wooten

(PRODUCTID:13534 ~ ISBN:81-86685-60-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:289 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Wisdom Tree)

Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, is an enlightened master, yogi and profound mystic of our times. In this book, he approaches the reader through rational thought and nudges one beyond the limitations of rational thinking to begin the journey of discovering the Self, to discover the unbounded and singular nature of all existence.

Poetry of the Day and Poetry of the Night
by Manik Bandyopadhyay

(PRODUCTID:13544 ~ ISBN:81-260-1548-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:133 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is an English translation of Manik Bandyopadhyay's Bengali nmovel ' Dibarartrir Kavya'. No other novel in Bengali of its time raises so many questions about love and marriage, intellect and passion, life and death, sex and religious ritual.

A Place To Live - Contemporary Tamil Short Fiction
by Dilip Kumar

(PRODUCTID:13543 ~ ISBN:0-14-303159-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:277 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Twenty-nine famous names are represented here-from Rajanarayanan to Paavannan and many others who have encapsulated the joys, sorrows, and peculiar challenges of life in Tamil Nadu. Taken together, these stories represent a certain world view in which old ideas of honour and prestige, and the attitude of resignation-to fate and to social hierarchies-are yielding place to an ethic of struggle and strategic compromise

Rusty Goes to London
by Ruskin Bond

(PRODUCTID:13542 ~ ISBN:0-14-333595-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:239 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Puffin Books)

Rusty Goes to London is the fourth book in Puffin's new series of the complete escapades of rusty; this is the first time that all the Rusty stores are available in chronological order. Full of interesting stories and memorable characters, Rusty Goes to London is a book that will delight all of Ruskin Bond's young fans.

Transmission
by Hari Kunzru

(PRODUCTID:13541 ~ ISBN:0-241-14268-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:282 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Hamish Hamilton/Penguin)

There's message in your inbox. Then, a few moments later, your computer crashes. The message that has landed in a million inboxes has the power to destroy dreams and to make them, to hijack lives and to set them free. In this age of instant worldwide communication, anything can happen and anything will. A New novel by the author of best seller The Impressionist.

Brahmanasamgrahah
by Samiran Chandra Chakrabarti

(PRODUCTID:13540 ~ ISBN:81-260-1885-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:137 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Brahmanas are a constituent of Vedic literature.The word Brahmana means an explanation on any point of ritual. Used collectively, the world means a collection of such explanations complied in a book. This volume contains an anthology of the Brahmanas compiled with the view of giving some idea of this literary genre, its style and variety of contents.

Bombay To Eternity
by Uma Ranganathan

(PRODUCTID:13539 ~ ISBN:01-430-3123-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:289 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Uma Ranganathan is a woman on a mission: a journey through space and time to find herself. Shuttling between East and West, she undergoes psychoanalysis, dabbles in consciousness-expanding substances. Deeply felt and radically unorthodox, this book explores the universal questions of restless urban souls with candour and humility.

The Arrangements of Love
by Timeri N Murari

(PRODUCTID:13538 ~ ISBN:0-14-303149-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:296 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Skillfully interweaving drama, romance and comedy, and packed with quirky, unforgettable characters, The Arrangements of Love is a wonderful novel about family and home and the intricacies of ordinary human relationships.

Ooru Keri - An Autobiography
by Siddalingaiah

(PRODUCTID:13546 ~ ISBN:81-260-1725-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:115 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is an autobiography by Siddalingaiah, translated from the original Kannada.

Biswin Sadi Mein Khawateen Ka Urdu Adab (URDU)
by Tarannum Riyaz

(PRODUCTID:13536 ~ ISBN:81-260-1620-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:408 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This volume is an anthology of Tweneith Century Women Writings in Urdu. Comprising selective pieces of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, the volume has been edited by a well known writer herself.

Two Plays by Girish Karnad - The Dreams of Tipu Sultan / Bali The Difference
by Girish Karnad

(PRODUCTID:13535 ~ ISBN:0-19-566476-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:125 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This book contains two new plays by Girish Karnad, one of India's foremost dramatists and actors. The first play deals with the world of drams secretly recorded by one of India's most famous warriors, while the second explores the existential dilemmas of passion and violence posed by an ancient Jain myth.

Mother Teresa - An East-West Mysticism
by Gloria Germani

(PRODUCTID:13532 ~ ISBN:81-7822-167-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:236 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

This work the person of Mother Teresa for the first time not from the point of view of her works, but from the perspective of her thought. It emerges from the critical analysis of her teachings always expressed orally that her great works of charity are not to be considered, as is done so far, as being within the most traditional catholic teaching.

The Wisdom of Sri Chinmoy
by Sri Chinmoy

(PRODUCTID:13531 ~ ISBN:81-208-1943-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:396 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

Long revered as a spiritual force for peace at the United Nations, this humble God-directed author asks people of this planet to look within, to rediscover the essential truths of spirituality that have so blessed his extraordinary life.

Andhra Kesari T Prakasam
by T Surya Narayana Rao

(PRODUCTID:13571 ~ ISBN:81-230-0078-2 ~ Pub Year: 1995 ~ Pages:316 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

This biography of Prakasam is a memoir of three decade political hsitory of Andhra Desh in particular and Madras Presidency in general, from the 20's to 50's of the 20th century.

Amar Chitra Katha - Set of 10 books :Hitopadesha and Panchatantra
by Anant Pai

(PRODUCTID:13742 ~ ISBN:81-7508- et. Al ~ Pub Year: 2003-04 ~ Pages:340 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: India Book House)

Selected from a series of over 500 rich comics, this set of 10 books retell stories from Indian mythology classics, folktales and legends. Amar Chitra Kathas, modelled on new concepts and innovative measures, provide a fitting introduction to the glorious heritage of India through the fascinating medium of comics. These books make excellent gifts for children.

Mystic's Musings
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13530 ~ ISBN:81-86685-59-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:500 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Wisdom Tree)

In this book, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, a mystic of unfathomable proportions, intrigues the reader as he dwells upon life, death, rebirth, suffering, karma and the journey of the Self. In a manner that is candid, audacious and unpretentious, he shatters conventional definitions of morality, religion and spirituality and provokes the reader to delve into spaces that are not for the faint-hearted.

The Lion and the Tiger - The Rise and Fall of the British Raj
by Denis Judd

(PRODUCTID:13529 ~ ISBN:0-19-567064-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:234 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Oxford)

How did a few thousand people from a small, windswept island in the northern seas end up ruling a far distant subcontinent with a population of millions? Denis Judd tells the fascinating story of the remarkable British impact upon India, capturing the essence of what the Raj really meant both for the British and their Indian subjects.

The Muslims of India - A Documentary Record
by A G Noorani

(PRODUCTID:13527 ~ ISBN:0-19-567056-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:368 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This volume presents important documents recording reactions of Muslims in the period following Independence and the Partition of India, and in the subsequent fifty years. Besides key political developments, documents on topics such as Hindu revivalism and Muslim responses, the Babari Masjid question, the Supreme Court's ruling on the Shah Bano case, provide insights into Muslim participation in post-Independence polity and society

Atmavan
by T N Raghavendra

(PRODUCTID:13528 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2000 ~ Pages:122 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Gayathri Publishers)

This volume is an excellent treatise on the important subject of self-realization, which is the one and only goal of human life. The fascinating feature of this book is the synthesis of Vedic teachings with modern scientific thoughts.

Memorial Stones
by Punathil Kunhabdulah

(PRODUCTID:13537 ~ ISBN:81-260-1074-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:206 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

An Englishg translation of Sahitya Akademi award winning Malayalam novel 'Smaraka Silakal', this book is the story of a venerable old mosque and its ancient grounds.

Folk Tales From Nepal
by Tulasi Diwasa

(PRODUCTID:13563 ~ ISBN:81-230-1105-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:57 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

These stories contain entertaining and instructive material for the children. The adults will also find them very useful in getting an insight into the cultural, social values and taboos of the ancient inhabitants of the historical Himalayan kingdom called Nepal.

The Story of Kalidas
by H D Bhatt Shailesh

(PRODUCTID:13566 ~ ISBN:81-230-1084-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:53 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

The book speaks about one of the greatest poets- Kalidas, his life, works and the anecdotes woven-round him, in a simple story form. Even the great works of Kalidas have been condensed and presented in a capsule form for the benefit of common readers.

Mosques of India
by Ziraud-Din-Desai

(PRODUCTID:13565 ~ ISBN:81-230-1001-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:41 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

In the early days of Islam the mosque was the centre of the political, religious and social life of its followers. The importance of Mosque in Islamic society, its architecture and Location have been elaborately described in this book.

Sardar Panikkar - His Life and Times
by Konniyoor R Narendranath

(PRODUCTID:13568 ~ ISBN:81-230-588-1 ~ Pub Year: 1998 ~ Pages:210 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

This work intends to cover not only the private career of Panikkar as an individual, but attempts to trace the history of the times as well, while narrating the events that constitute the personal life of a public figure. The purpose of writing the biography of a great man is perhaps two-fold: first, to disseminate information about him and his times to futurity; second to explore and discover the nature of human greatness.

Coming Home - The Experience of Enlightenment in Sacred Traditions
by Lex Hixon

(PRODUCTID:13533 ~ ISBN:81-7822-158-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:214 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

What is enlightenment, the ultimate goal of all sacred traditions? How does it affect the lives of those who experience it? Is there a common ground to how various traditions approach it? What does it mean for us today? This book is an unusually clear and readable exploration of these questions

Farhang Adab-e-Urdu (URDU)
by Saraswati Sharan Kaif

(PRODUCTID:13548 ~ ISBN:81-260-1627-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:324 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This dictionary of classical words of ancient origin in usage in Urdu literature is the first of its kind , and is based on research for many years.

Subhas Chandra Bose
by Girija K Mookerjee

(PRODUCTID:13569 ~ ISBN:81-230-0992-5 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:137 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

This book hightlights the sacrifices Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose made in order to build a national edifice. It.gives an authentic account of his life and his contribution to India's freedom struggle.

C N Annadurai
by P C Ganesan

(PRODUCTID:13570 ~ ISBN:81-230-1101-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:164 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

Founder of the Political party the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and endearingly called Anna , C N Annadurai became a household name in the post-Independence Tamil Nadu. This volume captures the life and work of this brilliant parliamentarian, captivating orator and equally endowed with a facile pen.

Sayyid Ahmad Khan
by K A Nizami

(PRODUCTID:13567 ~ ISBN:81-230-1067-2 ~ Pub Year: 80 ~ Pages:157 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

In the history of India's transition from medievalism to modernism, Sayyid Ahmad Kan stands out as a dynamic force pitted against conservatism, superstition, inertia and ignorance. He paved the way for the growth of a healthy scientific attitude of mind that is a sine qua non for advancement, both material and intellectual. This biography of Sayyid Ahmad Khan, one of the architects of modern India, is based on a number of sources

Folk Tales of Gujarat
by R M Bhatt

(PRODUCTID:13564 ~ ISBN:81-230-0963-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:30 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

This is a collection of folk tales from Gujarat. They beautifully sketch the value system of society and depict tradition. They underline the permanence of the message they preach in these time when the traditional value system is fast crumbling.

Indian Folk Tales
by Mulk Raj Anand

(PRODUCTID:13562 ~ ISBN:81-230-1015-X ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:45 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Publications Division)

This book for children consists of eight delectable stories. Forming part of Indian folk tales and journeying through many a generation, these have been handed down to us by our imaginative Indian story tellers

Classical Telugu Poetry - An Anthology
by Velcheru Narayana Rao

(PRODUCTID:13561 ~ ISBN:0-19-567018-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:418 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

The classical tradition in Telugu is one of the richest, most original, and least explored of al South Asian literatures. This anthology-the first of its kind - and now available in a paperback edition -opens a window to a thousand years of poetry in Telugu.

Kagda Ane Chutkaro (GUJARATI)
by Nirmal Varma

(PRODUCTID:13553 ~ ISBN:81-260-1455-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:151 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This volume is a Gujarati translation of Hindi short-story collection Kavve Aur Kalapani. The original Sahitya Akademi award winning book is from the pen of famous Hindi writer Nirmal Varma.

Arvachin Gujarati Hasyarachanao (GUJARATI)
by Ratilal Borisagar

(PRODUCTID:13549 ~ ISBN:81-260-1459-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:219 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This edited volume is a collection of select humour and satire writings in Gujarati. .

Amrita Mattu Visha (KANNADA)
by Amritlal Nagar

(PRODUCTID:13550 ~ ISBN:81-260-1391-5 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:712 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This volume is a Kannada translation of Sahiya Akademi award winning Hindi novel, Amrit aur Vish authored by famous Hindi novelist Amritlal Nagar.

Havelini Andar (GUJARATI)
by Rama Mehta

(PRODUCTID:13551 ~ ISBN:81-260-1568-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:229 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Gujarati translation of nside the Haveli - a modern classic about an independent young woman's struggle to hold on to her identity in a traditional world.

Upara (GUJARATI)
by Laxman Mane

(PRODUCTID:13552 ~ ISBN:81-260-1464-4 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:160 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is a Gujarati translation of Sahitya Akademi Award winning autobiography Upara in Marathi.

The Healing Power of Mudras
by Rajendar Menen

(PRODUCTID:13560 ~ ISBN:81-223-0873-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:104 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Pustak Mahal)

Our fingers have enormous power. With the right positioning for prescribed periods, the fingers of both hands can rejuvenate the body, heal disease and even slowly, over time, make a spiritual awakening happen. His book details several beneficial Mudras, and provides a holistic view of physical and spiritual healing.

In Gandhiji's Mirror
by Pyarelal

(PRODUCTID:13558 ~ ISBN:0-19-567071-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:305 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

In this book, Mahatma Gandhi's close associates present evocative sketches of men and women who came in touch with Gandhi. The essays portray not just the people but also the tumultuous days of India's Independence struggle, the Partition, and its aftermath.

Philosophy of Law - An Introduction to Jurisprudence
by Jeffrie G Murphy

(PRODUCTID:13559 ~ ISBN:0-19-567135-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:240 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This book explores the central philosophical problems arising in the study of law. It provides general discussions and a survey of ideas for beginners, as well as focus on specific issues of contemporary relevance to specialists.

World Famous Adventure Stories (ILLUSTRATED)
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13186 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:162 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

This story book an exciting treasure of suspense, thrills, challenges and dare-devilry.

Ghost Stories (ILLUSTRATED)
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13185 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:170 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

his book is an eerie compilation of nineteen stories that will give you shivers and make your hair stgand on edge.

Famous Jungle Stories (ILLUSTRATED)
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13190 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:154 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

This book is an interesting and inspiring collection of sixteen stories full with courage, valor, secrecy and adventures.

Stories of Talisman (ILLUSTRATED)
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13187 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:169 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

This book carries fifteen stories which are a roller coaster trip through mind-boggling magic dimensions.

Sir Lawley’s Ghost and Other Stories
by Asha Nehemiah

(PRODUCTID:13182 ~ ISBN:81-291-0418-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:134 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

These stories aim to entertain using elements of suspense, mystery and laughter. There are spooky stories interlaced with humour, stories with strong undercurrent of fantasy mixed with very real situations, stories of suspense and mystery and stories with social message.

Vivekananda -The Warrior Saint
by Hansraj Rahbar

(PRODUCTID:13173 ~ ISBN:81-86265-12-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:280 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Farsight Publishers)



Poems - Rabindranath Tagore
by Rabindranath Tagore

(PRODUCTID:13181 ~ ISBN:81-291-0452-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:186 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

This book of poems presents Tagore’s translations of his original Bengali poems. The selection includes many songs composed by him during the Swadeshi movements and ends with his last poems. The poet recaptures the scenes and incidents of childhood spent in the midst of one of the most gifted families of India.

Srimad Bhagwat Geeta (HINDI+SANSKRIT)
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13189 ~ ISBN:81-293-0001-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:1239 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Geetapress)

This book in large format and bold print is an outstanding work of scholarship on a holy scripture of Hindus.

Jataka Tales - (COLOR+ILLUSTRATIONS)
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13188 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:196 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Pocket Book)

This volume brings together five books, each with several stories, of wisdom and knowledge to entertain young readers.

The Matchbox
by Ashapoorna Devi

(PRODUCTID:13180 ~ ISBN:81-291-0449-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:147 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

The Sheer variety and scope of Ashapurna Debi’s stories tends to defy any critical evaluation of them. The stories in this collection bear this out. Each story is not just an exploration but also a working out of an inner complexity, usually revealed in a dichotomy between the characters outer façade and their inner world.

Urbanization in India
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13191 ~ ISBN:0-7619-9801-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:258 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sage Publications)

Even though India currently has the second largest urban population in the world, it is still one of the least urbanized countries. This volume brings together papers by well-known scholars that look at various aspects of the urbanization phenomenon in India.

Humorous Stories of Sheikh Chilli
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13184 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:164 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

This book is a compilation of selected humorous stories of Sheikh Chilli. It is the biggest laughing stock of all time.

For Every Expectant Mother (Two CD Pack)
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13169 ~ ISBN:KMD 210/211 ~ Pub Year: 02/2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

The powerful sound Vibrations of Vedic Mantras, Slokas, Music and the Moola Mantra in this twin CD album, kindles the nervous system not only in the expectant mother, but also of the baby growing in mother’s womb.

Talaash (Music CD)
by Eminent Artistes

(PRODUCTID:13164 ~ ISBN:KM 1723D ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

Talaash is the musings of a group of musicians, instrumentalists and lyricists who set out on a journey yearning to find the raison d’etre of their existence on this planet. This Music CD is a musical presentation of this group who call themselves Talaash-the yearning or search, as they take you on a journey of the mystical paths, they have themselves explored.

Smaran - Bhajans (Music CD)
by Eminent Artistes

(PRODUCTID:13165 ~ ISBN:KMD 193 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This music CD features worship music with renderings from melodious artistes.

Akhand (Music CD)
by Eminent Artistes

(PRODUCTID:13166 ~ ISBN:KM 1913D ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)



Perceptions
by Dibyendu Palit

(PRODUCTID:13213 ~ ISBN:81-260-1590-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:148 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Atreyi's marriage takes her overseas. But when she reaches London from Kolkata with her hopes and dreams, she discovers that her husband is in love with another woman. Unable to bear the humiliation, she returns home. Thus begins her life of despair, loneliness and insecurity. This extraordinary novel on this new theme, touches a global reality with a rare sensitivity through Atreyi's story.

The Best of Girija Devi (Music CD)
by Girija Devi

(PRODUCTID:13194 ~ ISBN:CD-B 03079 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This music CD fetures selections from Hindustani classical renderings of Girija Devi.

Women’s Voices
by Eunice De Souza

(PRODUCTID:13175 ~ ISBN:0-19-566785-9 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:451 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

This anthology brings together the writings of some Indian women who made pioneering social and literary contributions during the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. Women’s Voices can be read for pleasure alone, or for considering the wide range of women’s writings - personal letters, letters to editors, letters to friends in jail, reminiscences, columns in newspapers, fiction, exhortations.

Ragam Tanam Pallavi - Saxophone / Mandalin (Music CD)
by Kadri Gopalnath

(PRODUCTID:13168 ~ ISBN:KMD 203 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features renderings of two prominent exponents of Carnatik music.

Comrade in Arms
by Dibyendu Palit

(PRODUCTID:13179 ~ ISBN:81-291-0324-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:97 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

The novel is set in Calcutta in the turbulent seventies, when the city was in a state of political eruption. An established writer and intellectual, accidentally witnesses a murder by the police. In another four days, his ostensibly detached lifestyle is threatened by a sense of social responsibility.

Evolving Indo-US Relations
by Ravi Nanda

(PRODUCTID:13170 ~ ISBN:81-7095-100-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:184 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Lancer's Books)

Till a few years ago, US led Western World, in their foreign policies, treated India as less than even a secondary power. In its revised South Asia policy USA has delinked India from Pakistan in its Indo-US relations. India has been brought to the global centrestage by the evolving Indo-US relations. This work reviews these historical developments.

Three Basics of Sikh Religious Thought
by Satnam Kaur

(PRODUCTID:13172 ~ ISBN:81-7307-094-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:332 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Pragati Publications)

In all probability, this is the first ever critical study of faith, grace and prayer in Sikh religious thought from the viewpoint of present-day philosophy.

Pictorial Transformations - Treasures from the Collection of National Gallery of Modern Art
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13174 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:40 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Gallery)

This exhibition-Pictorial Transformations attempts to provide a comprehensive development in the field of visual art from 1850 onwards through the works of some of the most outstanding artists of that time.

And He Embraced Him
by Usha Jesudasan

(PRODUCTID:13176 ~ ISBN:81-88661-14-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:81 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: East West Books)

And He Embraced Him is a warm and moving story about ordinary people, a doctor’s deep compassion and a son’s forgiveness of the father who abandoned him at an early age.

Through the Closed Doorway
by Shahryar

(PRODUCTID:13177 ~ ISBN:81-291-0458-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:105 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

Reading poetry in translations has been described as an experience similar to looking at the wrong side of a carpet. Retaining the compactness and metaphoric precision of Shahryar's nazms while also carrying into English some of the rhythm and rhyme of the poet's own, can be quite daunting.,

Five Point Someone
by Chetan Bhagat

(PRODUCTID:13178 ~ ISBN:81-291-0459-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:275 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

Funny, dark and non-stop, Five Point Someone is the story of three friends whose measly five-point something GPAs come in the way of everything – their friendship, their love life, their future.

Ragam Tanam Pallavi - Violin (Music CD)
by Lalgudi G Jayaraman

(PRODUCTID:13167 ~ ISBN:KMD 202 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This music CD features renderings by two prominent exponents of Carnatik music.

Militant Monologues - Echoes from the Kashmir Valley
by Pradeep Thakur

(PRODUCTID:13210 ~ ISBN:81-88888-01-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:163 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Parity Paperbacks)

When boys slipped across the Line of Control to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir for arms training and her girls gave a call to all women in the Valley to support their brothers in jehad against India, did they take to militancy due to frustrated ambitions? Was it to appear heroic in the eyes of the community? This book gives the reader a chance to understand the human compulsions behind those who traversed the path to jehad.

Music For Soul (Music CD)
by Vishwa Mohan Bhatt

(PRODUCTID:13225 ~ ISBN:CD M 01068 ~ Pub Year: 10/2001 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

In this Music CD, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, the 1994 Grammy Award winner creates a soulful fusion of various string instruments including the santoor, the spanish guitar and the violin.

Vishnu Puran
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13123 ~ ISBN:81-7182-673-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:128 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

The Vishnu Purana is believed to be one of the most important Puranas of the faith called Sanatan Dharma. It has its value enhanced for two reasons; one; it has detailed description of how a man should live in the world. Secondly, since its base is devotion to Vishnu who is held to be the most important deity of this faith it gathers added significance.

Suryanamaskara (Music CD)
by A Composition

(PRODUCTID:13163 ~ ISBN:KMD 195 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD introduces Surya Namaskara with the aid of music.

The Writerly Life
by R K Narayan

(PRODUCTID:13224 ~ ISBN:0-14-302899-5 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:517 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Now available in paper back edition, these writings provide a fascinating glimpse into the private world of one of the most gifted writers of our time, and reveal the ways in which Narayan was able to convert the small and ordinary things of everyday life into memorable literary anecdotes.

Essence of Vedas
by B R Kishore

(PRODUCTID:13222 ~ ISBN:81-284-0668-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:456 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

It is a well established fact that Vedas are the oldest form of written books in our literature. This treatise is a compilation of all the four Vedas-Rigveda, Samveda, Yajurveda and Atharvaveda-in an easy-to-understandable language and simple diction for the common readers. These preachings make us understand to discriminate between the permanent and the transient, the good and the evil.

Muslim League's Unfinished Agenda
by Prafull Goradia

(PRODUCTID:13221 ~ ISBN:81-7525-376-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:237 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Contemporary Targett)

The Hindus of Nehruvian India bent over backwards to placate the Muslims. One obvious solution lay in the vision of Qaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah who had demanded not only territorial vivisection of India, but also an exchange of population whereby all non-Muslims would migrate to Hindustan and all Muslims would inhabit Pakistan. Unfinished Agenda is the story of this unfulfilled dream.

The Magic of Vaastu Shastra
by R Prasad

(PRODUCTID:13220 ~ ISBN:81-288-0747-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:160 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

VAASTU SHASTA, the classical Indian treatise on architecture, seeks to align the places where we live and work with the energy of the cosmos and put us in harmony with our surroundings. Interest in this magical Vaastu is now re-emerging in India and growing rapidly in the West. This book provides small tips, causes and cures into Vaastu design concepts which can benefit modern day living.

201 Diet Tips for Heart Patients
by Bimal Chhajer

(PRODUCTID:13219 ~ ISBN:81-288-0715-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:192 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Fusion Books)

There are over sixty million heart patients in India today. Out of the fifteen major reasons responsible for developing heart diseases, at least ten are related to diet. This book is a boon for all such patients as it answers all their queries concerning the ideal diet are explained in a simple and lucid style.

The India I Love
by Ruskin Bond

(PRODUCTID:13218 ~ ISBN:81-291-0586-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:144 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

In this collection of prose and poems written specially for this book, Ruskin Bond looks back on his unique relationship with the country and its people, from the time he turned hi back on the West and came home, still only a boy, to take up the challenge of being a writer in a changing India.

Bangla Galpa Sankalan - Volume III (BENGALI)
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13217 ~ ISBN:81-260-1767-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:337 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This anthology in Bengali language is a collection of selected Bangla short stories.

Pablo Neruda: Kavita Sanchayan (HINDI)
by Chandrabali Singh

(PRODUCTID:13216 ~ ISBN:81-260-1836-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:312 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is a Hindi translation of selected poems of Nobel Laureate Pablo Neruda. Published as a mark of tribute on his birth centenary, this book carries a long introduction on his life and works.

Padacharita - Kannada Translation of French Classic Les Mots
by Jean Paul Sartre

(PRODUCTID:13215 ~ ISBN:81-260-1727-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:203 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Available for the first time, this volume is a Kannada translation of Les Mots, French classic by Jean Paul Sartre.

Economic Prophecies
by B R Shenoy

(PRODUCTID:13211 ~ ISBN:81-87984-08-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:200 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Centre for Civil Society)

B R Shenoy, with his sharp intellect, his dogged individualism, his education in the London School of Economics was eager to bring about economic progress along with social progress. This, as he repeatedly said, is possible only if a market-friendly policy appropriate for a free society is pursued.This book presents his prophetic writings to those who need to understand history so as not to repeat it.

Luna
by Shiv Kumar Batalvi

(PRODUCTID:13212 ~ ISBN:81-260-1873-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:156 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

The ancient legend of Puran Bhagat is part of the folk-culture of Punjab and other states of north India. In medieval times Kadiryar wrote two versions of the story in Punjabi. Shiv Kumar Batalvi's Luna is based on this legend. His recreation is modern and realistic and a powerful assertion of the Dalit and feminine viewpoints.

The Best Of Amir Khusrau (Pack of 2 Music CDs)
by Amir Khusrau

(PRODUCTID:13195 ~ ISBN:CD-B 03185A/B ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This album of 2 Music CDs feature renderings by eminent artistes from the poetic works of Amir Khusrau.

Naye Kshitij Ki Khoj (HINDI)
by Asit Rai

(PRODUCTID:13209 ~ ISBN:81-260-1789-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:126 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is a Hindi translation of Sahitya Akademi's award winning Nepali novel "Naya Khitijko Khoj" .

Mohan Rakesh (HINDI)
by Pratibha Agarwal

(PRODUCTID:13208 ~ ISBN:81-260-1823-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:80 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book portrays the life and works of modern Hindi writer Mohan Rakesh.

Srngarapadyavali (SANSKRIT+ENGLISH)
by A V Subramanian

(PRODUCTID:13207 ~ ISBN:81-260-1788-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:199 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

The golden era of letters in Tamil society called the Sangam Age gave birth to poetical works. This work presents a Sanskrit verse translation of two hundred selected Tamil poems on the subject of love; it also presents English verse translation of the same verses of Sangam classic 'Kuruntokai'.

Shavadah Tatha Anya Kahaniyan (HINDI)
by Kalipatnam Ramarao

(PRODUCTID:13205 ~ ISBN:81-260-1826-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:272 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This anthology is Hindi translation of Sahitya Akademi's award winning collection of Telugu short stories originally published as 'Yajnam To Rommidi' by Kalipatnam Rama Rao.

Sharad Joshi (HINDI)
by Ramesh Dave

(PRODUCTID:13204 ~ ISBN:81-260-1829-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:120 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is a biographical sketch of a famous modern Hindi satirist, and narrates his work and times.

Goswami Tulsidas (HINDI)
by Ramji Tiwari

(PRODUCTID:13203 ~ ISBN:81-260-0517-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:140 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book narrates the life story of Tulsidas, his works and times.

Patthar Pighalane Ki Ghadee (HINDI)
by P Lankesh

(PRODUCTID:13202 ~ ISBN:81-260-1839-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:138 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is a Hindi translation of Sahitya Akademi's award winning anthology of P Lankesh's Kannada short stories originally published under the title "Kallu Karaguva Samaya".

Asylum
by Jerry Pinto

(PRODUCTID:13201 ~ ISBN:81-7764-527-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:54 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Allied Publishers)

Jerry Pinto's accomplished first book of poems travels the breath-taking spaces between madness, luminosity and quiet rebellion. Here, even paper has life of its own, and that is just the beginning. He is a writer who draws precise lines of control and then, with surprising tenderness, crosses them.

Sukumar Ray - Chuninda Kahaniyaan (HINDI)
by Devasheesh Dev

(PRODUCTID:13200 ~ ISBN:81-260-1415-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:78 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book is a Hindi translation of Sukumar Ray's selected stories in Bengali for children.

Sunrise (Music CD)
by Eminent Artistes

(PRODUCTID:13199 ~ ISBN:S-900-WM-002 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Sagarika)

This Music CD features ten renderings of delightful music.

The Loves of Runa Laila (Music CD)
by Runa Laila

(PRODUCTID:13198 ~ ISBN:C-200-01-3 ~ Pub Year: 1996 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Sagarika)

This music CD features popular renderings of famous Bangla artiste Runa Laila.

Vishwa Mohan Bhatt - Classics for Pleasure (Music CD)
by Vishwa Mohan Bhatt

(PRODUCTID:13197 ~ ISBN:C-500-04-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Sagarika)

This music CD features enchanting music by an internationally known master.

The Best of Farida Khanum (Music CD)
by Farida Khanam

(PRODUCTID:13196 ~ ISBN:CD-B 04002 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Music Today)

This Music CD features selected renderings of Farida Khanum, an eminent artiste from Pakistan.

Khushwant Singh - In the Name of the Father
by Rahul Singh

(PRODUCTID:13214 ~ ISBN:81-7436-315-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:144 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli)

An outstanding journalist and columnist, Khushwant Singh has earned respect and malice in equal measure. This book is Rahul Singh's biography of the Sex, Scotch and Scholarship icon of India-his father, Khushwant Singh. It is also a tribute to a father who helped out with love, and an occasional bottle of rum.

Discussing Indian Women Writers
by Alessandro Monti

(PRODUCTID:20001 ~ ISBN:81-7551-128-1 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:298 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

This book discusses major Indian women writers, including Anita Desai, Nayantara Sahgal, Shashi Deshpande, Rama Mehta, Arundhati Roy, Manju Kapur, Kamala Das, Mahasweta Devi, who have given a graphic picture of Indian woman in their works.The central objective of the book is to discuss the theoretical investigations carried out by Indian women writers in their works and to arrive at a deeper understanding of feminist contentions.

Sanskar Vidhi (ENGLISH+SANSKRIT)
by Swami Dayananda

(PRODUCTID:13125 ~ ISBN:81-284-0093-2 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:334 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book of Aryan rituals and Sacraments of Swami Dayanand Saraswati carries commentaries in English on Sanskrit Mantras relating to ceremonial rites and rituals.

Kingdom of the Golden Dragon
by Isabel Allende

(PRODUCTID:13130 ~ ISBN:81-7223-608-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:437 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: HarperCollins)

From one of the world’s best-loved storytellers comes a magical novel of adventure and discovery – the sequel to Isabel Allende’s best-selling City of the Beasts. Full of the imagination and wonder, this novel is an enthralling work of fiction that will delight the thousands of readers, who bought and loved City of the Beasts. .

One Day
by Ardashir Vakil

(PRODUCTID:13129 ~ ISBN:0-14-303145-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:293 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Now also available in paper back edition, this novel is twenty-four-hour journey into the lives and minds of Ben Tennyson, a middle-class English teacher; Priya Patnaik, his enigmatic, thirty-something Indian Londoner wife of eight years; and their small boy, Whacka. In the course of the day-which happens to be Whacka’s third birthday- we learn about a crisis that has thrown Ben and Priya’s marriage into turmoil.

City Improbable
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13128 ~ ISBN:0-14-100771-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:286 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Now available in paperback edition, this anthology brings together writings on Delhi by residents, refugees, travelers and invaders who have engaged with the city at various moments in its long history. City Improbable is a collection as varied and lively-sometimes serious, sometimes richly humorous-as Delhi itself.

Corridor - A Graphic Novel
by Sarnath Banerjee

(PRODUCTID:13127 ~ ISBN:014303138-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:112 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

In the heart of Lutyens Delhi sits Jehangir Rangoonwalla, enlightened dispenser of tea, wisdom and second-hand books. Played out in the corridors of Connaught Place and Calcutta, the story captures the alienation and fragmented reality of urban life through an imaginative alchemy of text and image.

Sanatan Pooja Vidhi (SANSKRIT+HINDI+ENGLISH)
by Bhojraj Dwivedi

(PRODUCTID:13126 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:239 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book of Daily Doings and Prayers according to Hindu mythological procedure carries Sanskrit text with Hindi translation, and Romanised text with translation in English.

Kashmir - The Untold Story
by Humra Quraishi

(PRODUCTID:13226 ~ ISBN:0-14-303087-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:204 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Humra Quraishi draws upon her extensive travels in the Valley and interactions with ordinary Kashmiris over two decade to try and understand what the long strife has done to them. Written with great sensitivity, this work is an unprecedented examination of the one truth that we are seldom told about: the extent to which everyday life in Kashmir has become a struggle, at times an impossible one.

Shiv Puran
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13124 ~ ISBN:81-7182-721-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:126 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book is an essential translation cum explanation of the Shiv Purana. Shiv Purana comprises the most authentic details about Lord Shiva. The whole treatise on ancient knowledge has been converted into small stories in this book for easy comprehensions of the readers.

Fateful Events of 1947
by M N Das

(PRODUCTID:13267 ~ ISBN:81-87471-16-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:492 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Standard Publishers)

1947 saw the demise of the British Indian empire and the emergence of India as an independent country. The year was full of fateful events since the surgery of separation was an unusual phenomenon, causing immense blood letting. This book, constructed form original source-material deals with the intricacies of the problems which over-whelmed the greatest men of India.

Agni Purana
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13122 ~ ISBN:81-288-0145-7 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:112 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

Hindu Puranas are the best fusion of Indian ethos and literature. They contain the triumphs and tribulations of mankind. Agni Purana is the celebration of Agni the Fire God. He is the most revered deity among Hindu pantheons. This scripture will introduce Agni with its multi-dimensional grandaunt from birth to death.

Devi Bhagwat Puran
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13121 ~ ISBN:81-7182-832-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:108 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

Puranas apprise the youth with our cultural heritage in the language and style they are most familiar with. They depict the evolution of the ethos in this part of the world and hence they also show the rise and fall of the human values as well as the attempt to set the high norms of living.

Garuda Purana
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13118 ~ ISBN:81-288-0155-4 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:128 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

Guruda Purana is an ode to the dead. This holy scripture also tells how the eternal soul can be purified by the correct rites and rituals. A must read for those who respect their dead ones.

The Story of Garuda
by Roberto Calasso

(PRODUCTID:13132 ~ ISBN:81-87649-60-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:32 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Katha)

A book for children, enchantingly retold by Geeta Dharmarajan.

Narada Purana
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13120 ~ ISBN:81-288-0599-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:86 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

Puranas are almost like an encyclopedia listing the human achievements in this part of the world till the time they were edited or compiled. This Purana derives additional significance because it tells not only about the religious principles and moral dictates but also about various other branches of knowledge like grammar, astrology.

Rajmata Gayatri Devi
by Dharmendar Kanwar

(PRODUCTID:13133 ~ ISBN:81-7436-294-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:128 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli Books)

This beautiful book traces the life and times of one of the most admired icons of modern India. It is about the continuation of a charmed life despite all odds, about the grace with which a queen of the erstwhile Jaipur State today dons the mantle of the Rajmata or queen Mother of Jaipur.

Hindu Nationalism and Democracy
by Henrik Berglund

(PRODUCTID:13343 ~ ISBN:81-7541-186-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:207 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Shipra Publications)

This volume examines the rise of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as one of the dominant forces within Indian politics. The ideology of the party is analyzed as a form of religious nationalism, with possible strains in its relation to the religious minorities of India. On a theoretical level the book draws upon the discourse of nationalism theory. It also discusses the position of the BJP on minority versus majority rights.

Makers of India's Foreign Policy - Raja Ram Mohun Roy to Yashwant Sinha
by J N Dixit

(PRODUCTID:13342 ~ ISBN:81-7223-592-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:328 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: HarperCollins)

In this brilliant, insightful book, J N Dixit chronicles the role of those who have played an important role in fashioning and implementing India' foreign policy since and before independence. In doing so he fulfils a major gap in the study of Indian foreign policy, for he focuses not just on the Nehru-Gandhis but also on those who are less well-known, including diplomats and policy advisers.

Medieval History of India
by Meera Singh

(PRODUCTID:13301 ~ ISBN:0-7069-9145-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:423 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

This standard text and reference book begins with the 7th-12th century confrontation with the Arabs, and carries on to deal exhaustively with every major development that took place in Indian History, right upto decline of the Mughal Empire.

The Culture and Civilization of Ancient India in Historical Outline
by D D Kosambi

(PRODUCTID:13300 ~ ISBN:0-7069-8613-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:243 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

This is a strikingly original work, the first real cultural history of India. The main features of the Indian character are traced back into remote antiquity as the natural outgrowth of a historical process.

Will Secular India Survive ?
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13299 ~ ISBN:81-88861-00-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:399 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: ImprintOne)

In the past decade, militant Hindu nationalism has emerged as a dominant political force in India, and it looks set to stay in the absence of a credible challenge from centrist and Left parties. Examining the causes behind the use of Hindutva, this volume studies the role of secular parties and the Muslim leadership in precipitating what some believe is a Hindu backlash against a certain brand of secularism.

Gods are Meeting & You Are Invited
by Rajesh Jain

(PRODUCTID:13298 ~ ISBN:81-88929-00-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:287 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Janus Advisory Services / IBH)

A rigid mind is very sure, but often wrong. A flexible mind is generally unsure, but often right. What happens in reality first happens in the mind. If you don't think like a winner, you can't be the one.An extraordinarily attractive, interesting and simple book that deals with the key issues of life and addresses serious as well as general readers.

Brahmavaivartapurana - 2 Volumes : (SANSKRIT)
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13279 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:448 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

This Purana contains four sections called Khandas consisting of 276 chapters. They are Brahma (30 Chs), Prakrti (67 Chs), Ganapati (46 Chs) and Srikrsna-janma (133 Chs). These four arranged in 2 volumes

Life and Thought of Sankaracarya
by Govind Chandra Pande

(PRODUCTID:13278 ~ ISBN:81-208-1104-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:384 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

Despite the existence of several legendary biographies of Sankara from medieval times, no critical historical biography of the master has been available so far. This work attempts to fill the lacuna. It is based on a critical study of all the available sources in the original and attempts a historical reconstruction of Sankara's life and work.

Dictionary of Buddhist Iconography - Volume 11
by Lokesh Chandra

(PRODUCTID:13277 ~ ISBN:81-7742-056-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:310 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Aditya Prakashan)

In this continuing series on Buddhist Iconography, Volume 10 continues the theonyms beginning with the letter S in the previous volume. Every name of a deity has a context in a sutra or tantra. Sometimes a deity appears in several collocations or mandalas and can have separate attributes.

The Alchemical Body
by David Gordon White

(PRODUCTID:13276 ~ ISBN:81-215-1115-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:596 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Munshiram Manoharlal)

This book excavates and centers within its Indian context the lost tradition of the medieval Siddhas. It is a masterly synthesis of a huge range of new material on a difficult topic, and white's insights occur with a bewildering frequency. This book will be of the greatest interest to the general reader on medieval India.

Lectures on Tibetan Religious Culture
by Geshe Lhundup Sopa

(PRODUCTID:13321 ~ ISBN:81-85102-65-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:377 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Library of Tibetan Works & Archives)

This book authored by one of the foremost Tibetan teachers of modern scholarship, is not only an introduction to the diverse culture of Tibetan Buddhism but also a useful tool and guide to Tibetan literary language. Hence, this book serves as a useful tool for both general and research students pursuing Tibetan studies.

A Tibetan Solution
by William M Bueler

(PRODUCTID:13320 ~ ISBN:81-86230-44-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:268 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Paljor Publications)

Tablet of the Gods follows in the path of James Hilton's Lost Horizon. But this strange place or thing has to be found in exotic parts of Asia. In this novel, it is a religious relic and its is located in a remote monastery, deep in the mountain wilderness of southeastern Tibet.

Kumarasambhava of Kalidasa (SANSKRIT+ENGLISH)
by M R Kale

(PRODUCTID:13319 ~ ISBN:81-208-0161-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:395 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

The most important Kavyas of Kalidasa-Raghuvamsa and Kumarasambhava-are distinguished by their independence of treatment and excellence of poetical beauty. The Kumarasambhava varies from the loveliness of spring and the delights of married love to the utter desolation induced by the death of beloved. This book includes text, the commentary of Mallinatha, a literal English translation, notes and introduction.

Srimad Bhagwat Puran
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13119 ~ ISBN:81-7182-831-0 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:160 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

The Srimad Bhagwat itself is a gem among all the sacred Puranas. It is believed to have been authored by the great sage Vedavyasa when he felt a great unrest troubling his soul after authoring the Mahabharat.

A History of Manipuri Literature
by Manihar Singh

(PRODUCTID:13147 ~ ISBN:81-260-1586-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:323 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Manipuri, a member of the Tibeto-Burman family of languages, is spoken not only in Manipur, but also in parts of Assam, Tripura, Bangladesh and Burma where there are Manipur settlements. This work attempts to trace the evolution of its literature from very early period to the present day..

Sai Gayathri by Sowmya (Music CD)
by Sowmya

(PRODUCTID:13161 ~ ISBN:KMD 206 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD features devotional music honouring Sai tradition.

The First - Time Cookbook
by Janet Rizvi

(PRODUCTID:13160 ~ ISBN:81-7223-491-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:297 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: HarperCollins)

A must for fist-time cooks who had neither the time nor the inclination to learn from their mothers how to manage a kitchen, and now find themselves at a loss in their little flatlets For the experienced cook there are about 250 easy-to-cook, no-fuss recipes from around India, ranging from the everyday basics of dal, rice and vegetables to more exotic fares.

Glocalization and the Indian Nation State - Jurisdictions and Loyalties in Flux
by B Ramesh Babu

(PRODUCTID:13159 ~ ISBN:81-7003-279-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:206 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: South Asian Publishers)

In the wake of the supra-national integration and sub-national disintegration unleashed by the post cold war globalization, New Delhi is faced with the classic dilemma of simultaneously being too small in dealing with the world outside and being too big in dealing with internal challenges.This book seeks to grapple conceptually with these vital issues from an Indian perspective.

Geopolitical Orientations, Regionalism and Security in the Indian Ocean
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13158 ~ ISBN:81-7003-281-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:320 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: South Asian Publishers)

The volume seeks to emphasize the complexity and historical and contemporary geopolitical significance of the Indian Ocean Religion (IOR). It also aims to propagate the necessity for increased intra-regional cooperation, especially in terms of economic and environmental security, and initiates an agenda for future social science policy-oriented research..

The Indian Diaspora
by N Jayaram

(PRODUCTID:13157 ~ ISBN:0-7619-3219-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:255 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sage Publications)

This volume brings together nine seminal articles by well-known scholars dealing with empirical reality of the Indian diaspora and the theoretica and methodological issues raised by it. Between them they cover a variety of important aspects such as social adjustment, family change, religion, language, ethnicity and culture.

Boys Will Be Boys
by Sara Suleri Goodyear

(PRODUCTID:13156 ~ ISBN:0-14-303131-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:121 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Penguin)

Taking its title from that jokingly chosen by her father for his unwritten autobiography, Boys Will Be Boys dips in and out of Suleri Goodyear’s upbringing in Pakistan and her life in the United States, moving between public and private history and addressing questions of loss and cultural displacement through a resolutely comic lens.

Godhra - A Journey to Mayhem
by Nirendra Dev

(PRODUCTID:13155 ~ ISBN:81-87374-29-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:203 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Samskriti)

The book, penned in a lucid narrative fashion, makes a right attempt to look at crucial aspects of a common man’s life in Gujarat, where post-Godhra arson against Muslims had approval from the common Hindus. The country hung its head in shame. India’s pluralistic character had gone into hiding. What have the country lost? What did Hindu gain?

Fire and Other Images
by Paritosh Sen

(PRODUCTID:13154 ~ ISBN:81-85229-82-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:183 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Tulika)

In these vignettes of his past Paritosh Sen evokes a world that we have lost, a memory of what has been and gone; yet, the very act of evocation creates a powerful presence. Originally written and published in Bengali and rendered into English here, in an attempt to make them available to a wider audience. The pencil sketches that illustrate the narratives were done by the artist for this book.

Twist in the Folktale
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13153 ~ ISBN:81-7046-229-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:176 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Seagull)

Each of the playwrights in this collection takes a folktale and turns it into a contemporary experimental play, intervening in the traditional material and reshaping conventions from an urban perspective

Pliable Pupils and Sufficient Self-Directors
by Barnita Bagchi

(PRODUCTID:13152 ~ ISBN:81-85229-83-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:196 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Tulika)

This work examines writings that focus on female education and development by five representative British women writers who flourished between 1778 and 1814-Lady Mary Hamilton, Clara Reeve, Elizabeth Hamilton, Mary Brunton and the early Jane Austen.

Modern Bodo Short Stories
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13151 ~ ISBN:81-260-1750-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:88 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

This book, a compilation of Bodo short stories by eleven renowned Bodo fiction writers, represents the trends in modern Bodo fiction, particularly during the last few decades. The stories anthologized here are widely acclaimed by Bodo readers and critics alike.

Shri Ramayana Darshanam - A Kannada Epic
by K V Puttappa Kuvempu

(PRODUCTID:13150 ~ ISBN:81-260-1728-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:684 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

An epic work, this book is an English translation of Sahitya Akademi's award winning Kannada epic by K V Puttappa 'Kuvempu'.

Gaagar Mein Saagar - A Collection of Most Quotable Urdu Couplets
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13131 ~ ISBN:81-901987-0-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:350 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Akshay Agencies)

This collection of most quotable and potent Urdu couplets in Hindi and Roman text is followed by translation of these into simple English prose. The book may as well be called an Aide-Memoire, a Ready Reckoner for the Masters of Ceremonies, Anchorpersons, Comperes, Programme Presenters, Stage Managers, Speech/Script Writers, managers and last but not the least the Politicians.

History of Assamese Literature
by Birinchi Kumar Barua

(PRODUCTID:13148 ~ ISBN:81-260-1758-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:203 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

Though the contribution of Assamese to the literature of India is not inconsiderable, very little is known of it outside the Assamese reading public. This volume will help to introduce the wealth of Assamese literature to the Indian reader in general and will prove of as much interest to the general reader as to the scholar.

Explosions - New Wave Classes Vocal Fusion (Music CD)
by Eminent Artistes

(PRODUCTID:13162 ~ ISBN:KMD 196 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Music CD Jewel Case ~ Publisher: Kosmic Music)

This Music CD fetures new wave classical fusion music.

Fascinating Stories
by Bibhutibhusan Bandyopadhaya

(PRODUCTID:13146 ~ ISBN:81-260-1482-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:187 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

The stories presented here bring to life the face of Bengal as it was at the beginning of the 20th century. In these stories the reader will meet the poverty and the attraction of the quiet countryside-the gentry, the peasants, the women-folk and the boys of a close-knit society.

A Woman’s Wheel of Life
by Alexandra Sanchez Gavito

(PRODUCTID:13145 ~ ISBN:81-7649-938-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:187 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Viva Books)

This book is a portrait of modern day India through the eyes of a foreigner. The author takes us by the hand on her personal discovery of the Indian woman as Shakti, the everlasting female energy. All the success stories which shape the content of this book negate the Western stereotype of the battle of the sexes.

Stories from Bapu’s Life & Jawaharlal Nehru - Set of 2 Books
by U Dhar

(PRODUCTID:13144 ~ ISBN:81-237-0508-5/81-237-0160-8 ~ Pub Year: 1999/2001 ~ Pages:96 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Book Trust)

This set carries two books on the life and times of India's great leaders.

India Gate
by Lacey Fosburgh

(PRODUCTID:13143 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1992 ~ Pages:565 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Rupa)

This significant piece of fiction is a wonderful novel-full of surprises, textured and richly drawn characters on a fascinating stage, and a story that keeps you guessing until the very end. With sensitivity and a reporter’s eye for detail, Lacey Fosburgh has skillfully penetrated a world few American writers have explored.

Anecdotes of Aurangzib
by Jadunath Sarkar

(PRODUCTID:13142 ~ ISBN:0-86131-958-3 ~ Pub Year: 1988 ~ Pages:101 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Orient Longman)

The seventy-two anecdotes have been translated from the Persian work Ahkam-i-Alamgiri authored by Aurangzib’s favourite officer Hamid-ud-din Khan Nimcha. It provides a unique insight into Aurangzib’s character and government policies and reveals little known information about his first love, his treatment of his sons, the nobles, the Hindus and the Shias.

Contemporary Indian Art Series - Part 2 : Set of 12 Books
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13141 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1990s ~ Pages:400+ ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Lalit Kala Akademi)

The second in the series, this collection of 12 picture albums profiles eminent artistes renowned for their contribution to fine arts of India.

Contemporary Indian Art Series - Part 1: Set of 12 Books
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13140 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1990s ~ Pages:440+ ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Lalit Kala Akademi)

First in the series, this collection of 12 picture albums featuring renowned artistes honored for their contribution to fine arts of India.

Word for Word
by Stewart Clark

(PRODUCTID:13139 ~ ISBN:0-19-567025-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:250 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

Word for Word explains the difference between these words and around 3000 similar examples that are confusing because they look alike, sound alike, or seem alike.

Oxford Concise Dictionary of Politics
by Iain Mclean

(PRODUCTID:13138 ~ ISBN:0-19-5669258 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:612 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Oxford)

Covering political institutions, concepts, leaders, and thinkers, this best-selling dictionary of political terms has been fully revised and updated with over 200 new entries. Written by a team of experts, it is ideal for all students of politics and related disciplines, as well as for all those interested or involved in politics or government.

Byline
by M J Akbar

(PRODUCTID:13137 ~ ISBN:81-7436-317-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:358 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli)

Byline anthologizes MJ Akbar’s finest writings over the last decade, bringing together essays that reflect the author’s versatility and range. The book is divided into five seamless sections, each with its own identity, woven together by Akbar’s delectably informal prose.

The Bollywood Saga - Indian Cinema
by Jitendra Kothari

(PRODUCTID:13136 ~ ISBN:81-7436-285-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:155 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli)

Today, Bollywood produces more than 100 films a year and entertains billions of people around the globe. This volume documents this incredible story of Hindi films. This book takes the reader on a chronologically-charted odyssey through each epoch of this historic and dramatic journey and recaptures the romance of the past and the pragmatism of the present for all those who love Hindi films.

A Celebration of Love - The Romantic Heroine in the Indian Arts
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13135 ~ ISBN:81-7436-302-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:304 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli)

This art volume has gathered a galaxy of scholars from around the world to take the reader on a journey that celebrates the romantic heroine in the Indian arts. It’s a visually rich journey in which she comes alive in all her splendour and radiance, she captures our attention through her sheer sensuality as she looks into the mirror and prepares for that special moment.

Cricketing Ties - Neighbours Pride
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13134 ~ ISBN:81-7436-320-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:143 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Roli Books)

From 1952, behind the scenes, beyond the headlines, with the best of the crossborder cricket writers, this book is the first ringside account of the 2004 India - Pakistan series. Relive the drama, the euphoria, the hits and misses of Indo-Pak cricket from 1952 right up till 2004 through the eyes of some of the best writers across the borders.

Ratanbai - A Sketch of a Bombay High Caste Hindu Wife
by Shevantibai Nikambe

(PRODUCTID:13149 ~ ISBN:81-260-1483-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:91 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Sahitya Akademi)

The text of Ratanbai was obtained through the British Library in England. It is a useful addition to the republication of rare books, and will be of enormous interest to literary scholars in understanding the attitudes of the time to the education of women..

Dictionary of Buddhist Iconography - Volume 9
by Lokesh Chandra

(PRODUCTID:13314 ~ ISBN:81-7742-054-2 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:278 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Aditya Prakashan)

In this continuing series on Buddhist Iconography, Volume 9 comprises entries of theonymns beginning with the letters O, P, and Q. The placement of a deity in its mandala, its place in a group, its descriptive attributes, and references to texts, sculptures or scrolls have been cited for every form.

Mehrab -0- Mizrab (URDU)
by Josh Malihabadi

(PRODUCTID:13265 ~ ISBN:81-87666-76-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:703 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Kitabi Duniya)

Based on his poetic writings from 1955 to 1971, this anthology of Urdu poetry of Josh Malihabadi is appearing in print for the first time.

Akbar aur Hafiz ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13331 ~ ISBN:81-288-0643-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:172 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

New Directions in Indian Dance
by Sunil Kothari

(PRODUCTID:13330 ~ ISBN:81-85026-62-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:204 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Marg)

Indian dance does finds contemporary expression - one could term it Modern Indian Dance, but it is not as an imitation of a term from the West, but indigenous and essentially Indian. Illustrated generously with images by photographers of international repute, this book reveals the mystique of the new Indian dance, wherein voices of dancers, choreographers, innovators, scholars, and critics are heard.

Stories from the Raj - Sahibs, Memsahibs and Others
by Pran Nevile

(PRODUCTID:13329 ~ ISBN:81-87981-64-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:186 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Indialog Publications)

Interspersed with period paintings and photographs, this book takes one into the lives of Sahibs and Memsahibs, and offers an array of entertaining tales about their interests and lifestyles. This narrative covers some of the untold aspects of the Raj and seeks to amuse the readers with some tales of wine, women and song.

Theatre Beyond the Threshold: Colonialism, Nationalism and the Bengali Stage
by Minoti Chatterjee

(PRODUCTID:13328 ~ ISBN:81-87981-63-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:268 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Indialog Publications)

Bengal from 1905 to 1947, that is from Partition to Partition, saw great socio-political upsurges. This book explores how Bengali theatre and the upsurges of Nationalist movements inform and appropriate each other during the turbulent era of 1905-1947. This book will be a good read for those interested in cultural studies, colonialism and post-colonialism, sociology and history.

GEM Dictionary: English into English and Urdu - Deluxe Edition
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13327 ~ ISBN:81-7548-062-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:800 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Islamic Book Centre)

This dictionary is a unique publication of its type. It covers a wide range of vocabulary, both modern and archaic, containing over 50,000 words, idioms, phrases and technical terms with their usages, of almost all the branches of knowledge.

God is for Everyone
by Swami Kriyananda (J Donald Walters)

(PRODUCTID:13326 ~ ISBN:1-56589-300-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:227 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Crystal Clarity Publishers)

This work presents a concept of God and spiritual meaning that will appeal to everyone, from the most uncertain agnostic to the most fervent believer. Clearly and simply written, thoroughly non-sectarian and non-dogmatic in its approach, this book is perfect introduction to the spiritual life.

Is New York Burning? - A Novel
by Dominique Lapierre

(PRODUCTID:13325 ~ ISBN:81-7621-157-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:307 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Full Circle)

A piece of political fiction is based on two years of research; study of an impressive number of documents; interviews of scores of people in some of the most secret centers in the war on terrorism, across the United States, Israel, Europe and India. A diabolic thriller, a novel of extraordinary force, set in the heart of today's world and its madness.

Kamayani (HINDI+ENGLISH)
by Jaishankar Prasad

(PRODUCTID:13324 ~ ISBN:81-7182-108-1 ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:207 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

Kamayani is one of the greatest epics of modern Hindi literature. Using one of the ancient Indian myths, Kamayani portrays an amazing breadth and depth of multidimensional meaning of modern life as seen in continuity with the finest elements of Indian cultural tradition. This work with original text and English translation is able to capture and communicate the creative excellence this epic work

The Art of Electoral War
by Madhukar Upadhyay

(PRODUCTID:13323 ~ ISBN:81-89015-01-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:147 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: ANA - A New Venture)

Applying the wisdom contained in Sun Tzu's The Art of War to electoral politics, this book points out that all electoral battles are based on deception. Truth does not count, perception does. In the final game, It is your image that counts. This book has the potential to taotly transform your thinking and approach.

Flight at the Cuckoo's Behest - The Life and Times of a Tibetan Freedom Fighter
by Kunga Samten Dewatshang

(PRODUCTID:13322 ~ ISBN:81-86230-11-4 ~ Pub Year: 1997 ~ Pages:189 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Paljor Publications)

1959, a year every Tibetan remembers with sadness and regret, was a turning point in the history of the 'Roof of the World'. Here is an account of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's escape, told by one of those most closely associated with it.

Taranatha's Life of Krsnacarya / Kanha
by Jonang Taranatha

(PRODUCTID:13317 ~ ISBN:81-85102-70-8 ~ Pub Year: 1989 ~ Pages:176 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Library of Tibetan Works & Archives)

This biography of one of he charismatic Indian siddhas, prominent in the tantric lineages that were conveyed to Tibet, was compiled by the renowned Tibetan historian Jonang Taranatha from both written and oral sources. Summarized accounts of Krsnacarya's main male and female disciples, as well as sundry other stories concerning the order of Caryapa yogis, are also recounted here.

Ghalib aur Asgar ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13333 ~ ISBN:81-288-0644-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:164 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

Dictionary of Buddhist Iconography - Volume 10
by Lokesh Chandra

(PRODUCTID:13315 ~ ISBN:81-7742-055-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:262 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Aditya Prakashan)

In this continuing series on Buddhist Iconography, Volume 10 incorporates names of deities, Tathagatas, Bodhisattvas, teachers and other hieronyms, beginning with R and some enteries of S. The vast geofultural development of the pantheon in Buddhist countries virtually made it a visual language of meditation.

Josh aur Iqbal ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13334 ~ ISBN:81-288-0637-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:187 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

Dictionary of Buddhist Iconography - Volume 8
by Lokesh Chandra

(PRODUCTID:13313 ~ ISBN:81-7742-052-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:328 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Aditya Prakashan)

In this continuing series on Buddhist Iconography, Volume 8 begins with the mage-entry of Manjusri and ends with the letter N. Manjusri has 106 forms with a bewildering variation in their attributes.

Modern Indian Political Thought
by Ian Cardozo

(PRODUCTID:13312 ~ ISBN:81-259-0527-8 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:240 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

The book provides a systematic and analytical portrayal of the ideas of modern Indian thinkers who have made significant and distinctive contributions in the domain of social, economic and political sphere. It also offers a critical and comparative assessment of their system of thought ad political ideas.

Foreign Policy of India
by V N Khanna

(PRODUCTID:13311 ~ ISBN:81-259-1111-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:350 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

In the world that has over 185 nation-states, who interact with each other, the importance of foreign policy cannot be underestimated. The thrust in this book is on fundamental values cherished by our founding fathers in the area of international relations.

Sri Lanka - A History
by Chandra Richard De Silva

(PRODUCTID:13310 ~ ISBN:81-259-0461-1 ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:360 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

This book presents a comprehensive account of the political, social and economic history of the island of Lanka stretching over three thousand years. The early efforts at state building, the introduction of Buddhism, the construction of an intricate system of irrigation and the evolution of a society and culture built upon these foundations with events since the attainment of independence from British rule in 1948 are described in detail.

Perspectives on Medieval History
by Harbans Mukhia

(PRODUCTID:13309 ~ ISBN:0-7069-8338-6 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:296 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

The essays put together in this anthology extend to the range of the author's explorations in medieval Indian history over the past nearly two decades. Some of these had resulted in somewhat heated controversies among leading historians from several countries; others had a little more cooling effect.

An Introduction to the Constitution of India
by M V Pylee

(PRODUCTID:13308 ~ ISBN:81-259-1375-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:317 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

It was not an easy task for the Constitution Assembly which was entrusted with the task of framing a constitution for a vast country like India with complex social, economic and political problems and a perplexing diversity of language, race, religion and culture.This book provides a birds-eye-view of our constitution and its effects on the stability of our country.

India's Foreign Policy in a Changing World
by V P Dutt

(PRODUCTID:13307 ~ ISBN:81-259-0844-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:424 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

This book analyses in depth the present international situation and the domestic interaction with it. It takes account of all the twists and turns, the contradictions and the currents and countercurrent in international politics. It reflects the author's depth of knowledge, political experience and imprint as research scholar.

The History of India
by John Mcleod

(PRODUCTID:13306 ~ ISBN:0-313-31459-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:225 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Greenwood Press)

A most up-to-date resource on the history of India. Foreigners may preserve old ideas of the exotic East. Indians may think of their homeland as an ancient civilization which thrives alongside the latest computer technology. This accessible, narrative account follows the entire path of Indian history from the Harrapans to today.

Culture and Customs of India
by Carol E Henderson

(PRODUCTID:13305 ~ ISBN:0-313-30513-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:210 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Greenwood Press)

India and Indian ways of life in the new century are presented in this fresh and comprehensive overview. The one billion people populating this vast country represent hundreds of social groups and speak more than 100 different languages.

Development and Underdevelopment
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13304 ~ ISBN:81-7649-783-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:502 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Viva Books)

Presenting both classic pieces and the most up-to-date arguments in the debates about issues of economic growth and inequality, this volume is a guide to understanding the causes and dynamics of the persistent income gap between rich and poor countries, as well as the rich and poor within the poor countries.

Narrating Partition - Texts, Interpretations, Ideas
by Sukrita Paul Kumar

(PRODUCTID:13303 ~ ISBN:81-87981-62-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:196 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Indialog Publications)

Essays in this book discuss the connection between Partition and Literary modernism, cultural reorientations, the issue of Hindi-Urdu politics, 'remembering' of women survivors. This volume of essays is a step towards evolving critical perspectives over a large body of literature now available in this area, a literature with its own poetics.

An Introduction to Indian Anthropology
by Makhan Jha

(PRODUCTID:13302 ~ ISBN:0-7069-8834-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:171 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Vikas Publishing)

The broad spectrum of Anthropological History of India is, for the first time presented in a lucid manner providing good reading to the layman and an invaluable reference book. Also discussed meticulously are the tribe-caste continuum, nature-man-spirit complex.

How to Calculate Inheritance - A Simple Approach
by Shakil Ahmad Khan

(PRODUCTID:13296 ~ ISBN:81-7898-381-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:186 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Goodword books)

The Islamic law of Inheritance, dealing with the subject of the distribution of inheritance, the principles of which are based on divine knowledge and wisdom, has been made explicit in the Qur'an and the Hadith. This book presents the Islamic laws of inheritance in clear and simplified language.

Say it in Tibetan - Conversations in Colloquial Tibetan
by Norbu Chophel

(PRODUCTID:13316 ~ ISBN:81-86230-01-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:129 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Paljor Publications)

First published in 1989, mainly to fulfill the need of tourist wanting to pick up some Tibetan conversational knowledge, this book has become a best selling guide on the subject. It is also used by Tibetans to study English.

The Fiction of William S Burroughs
by Ranjeet Singh Gill

(PRODUCTID:20008 ~ ISBN:81-7551-149-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:130 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

William S Burroughs (1914-97), a multi-faceted genius, is considered one of the significant American novelists of the second half of the twentieth century. Described as the mentor of Beat Generation, he evolved a new fictional form, called Pop-Art novel. This study is a critical survey of his works.

The Water Horse and Other Years - A History of 17th and 18th Century Tibet
by K Dhondup

(PRODUCTID:13318 ~ ISBN:81-85102-34-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:106 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Library of Tibetan Works & Archives)

This book is a history of Tibet During the 17 and 18 centuries, roughly covering the period from the First to the Seventh Dalai Lamas. It attempts to capture the sound and fury of the sectarian and regional conflicts and turmoil that dominated the larger part of some of the most violent and power-hungry chapters in Tibetan history.

New Directions in American Literature
by K S Iyer

(PRODUCTID:20021 ~ ISBN:81-7551-130-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:162 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Contemporary American literary scene is rich and vibrant. This study is a collection of articles, written by renowned scholars, on American Literature. The purpose of the book is to analyse and reflect on significant literary works produced in the recent decades and to offer new dimensions to the texts under discussion.

Shashi Deshpande’s Fiction - A Study in Women Empowerment and Postcolonial Discourse
by Padmakar G Joshi

(PRODUCTID:20020 ~ ISBN:81-7551-133-8 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:194 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

This book aims at analyzing Shashi Deshpande’s novels in the light of postcolonial and feminist theories. The author argues, in a systematic and sustained manner, that Deshpande, in her fiction, deals essentially with the empowerment of women and that the postcolonial discourse offers a convenient theoretical framework to expound her viewpoint.

Six Women Poets - A Cross-Cultural Study
by Mina Surjit Singh

(PRODUCTID:20019 ~ ISBN:81-7551-143-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:192 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

This book examines, against the backdrop of their historical time and space, the works of six representative poets who nourish a faith in the possibility of poetry to offer practical, psychological and spiritual benefits. This study makes a significant contribution to the fast-growing corpus of feminist studies.

Midnight’s Children
by Tapan Kumar Ghosh

(PRODUCTID:20018 ~ ISBN:81-7851-010-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:290 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Ever since its publication in 1980, Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children has been regarded by critics and scholars a literary masterpiece. A trial-blazing work in many respects, it broke new ground in fiction and set an innovative trend for a whole generation of creative writers. This volume throws fresh light on the novel and is a useful addition to the growing corpus of Rushdie criticism.

The Plays of Girish Karnad
by Jaydipsinh Dodiya

(PRODUCTID:20017 ~ ISBN:81-7551-061-7 ~ Pub Year: 1999 ~ Pages:306 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Girish Karnad is regarded as one of the three great writes of the contemporary Indian drama, the other two being Vijay Tendulkar and Badal Sircar. This volume, comprising more than thirty scholarly papers, offers a critical appraisal of Karnad as a dramatist and provides varied perspectives on his major plays.

Three Plays of Girish Karnad - A Study in Poetics and Culture
by Vanashree Tripathi

(PRODUCTID:20016 ~ ISBN:81-7551-151-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:160 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

This book critically examines Girish Karnad’s concern as a playwright with the metaphysical image of Indian dramatic tradition and with finding a continuous renewal of its representational and philosophical meaning.

Ice Candy Man -- A Reader’s Companion
by Rashmi Gaur

(PRODUCTID:20015 ~ ISBN:81-7851-011-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:226 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Bapsi Sidhwa is a significant voice in today’s Commonwealth fictional world. Of her four novels, Ice-Candy-Man is the most serious and popular one. Effectively using the persona of a child narrator, it critically presents the kaleidoscopically changing socio-political realities of the Indian sub-continent, This book offers an in-depth analysis of this intriguing novel from different critical perspectives.

Flowering of Indian Drama
by K Venkata Reddy

(PRODUCTID:20014 ~ ISBN:81-7551-152-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:202 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Indian drama, written both in English and translated into English from other languages, has registered a remarkable growth in recent years. This work makes an innovative attempt at offering a wide and comprehensive gallery of Indian playwrights, evaluating their significant works.

Chronicle of a Death Foretold
by Santwana Haldar

(PRODUCTID:20013 ~ ISBN:81-7851-009-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:162 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

This volume devoted to chronicle of a Death Foretold, discusses Marquez’s contribution to Latin American Literature and offers a detailed study of this unique novel, which skillfully fuses detective fiction with investigative journalism.

Modern Indian Fiction
by P S Ravi

(PRODUCTID:20012 ~ ISBN:81-7551-117-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:178 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Indian English novel has undergone a significant development in keeping with recent trends in contemporary fiction worldwide. This volume explores these developments in terms of themes and techniques through a selection of novels by three leading contemporary writers: Salman Rushdie, Amitav Ghosh and Upamanyu Chatterjee.

Travel Writing and Colonialism
by Sachidananda Mohanty

(PRODUCTID:20011 ~ ISBN:81-7551-146-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:154 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

In recent years, new developments in Theory have elevated travel writing to the forefront of literary studies. This volume shows that a study of colonial travel can help us define some of our vexing post-colonial identities.

Faiz aur Adam ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13332 ~ ISBN:81-288-0641-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:187 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

The Fiction of Carson McCullers-Quest For Love
by Pratibha Nagpal

(PRODUCTID:20009 ~ ISBN:81-7551-142-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:162 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Carson McCullers is one of the major South American novelists of the Forties who turned away from socio-political issues and created a significant body of new fiction, marked by a shift in focus-from the outward to the inward. This study probes the issues of loneliness and quest for love and also focuses on the question of identity and individual’s need to find meaning in existence

From Plassey to Partition - A History of Modern India
by Sekhar Bandyopadhyay

(PRODUCTID:13293 ~ ISBN:81-250-2596-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:523 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Orient Longman)

More than a survey, and much more than a thematically arranged narrative, From Plassey to Partition is an eminently readable account of the emergence of India as a nation. On the one hand, it converses with students of Indian history and on the other, it engages general and curious readers. Few books on this crucial period of history have captured the rhythms of India's polyphonic nationalism as From Plassey to Partition.

Literary Theory Today
by Pramod K Nayar

(PRODUCTID:20007 ~ ISBN:81-7851-005-7 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:322 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Theory is perhaps the most important area of study in the academic curriculum today. Both students and teachers are bewildered by a plethora of theories and the baffling criticism constantly pouring in. Thisvolume is a comprehensive introduction to this fast-growing discipline of Literary and Cultural Theory.

V S Naipaul - A Literary Response to the Nobel Laureate
by Suman Bala

(PRODUCTID:20006 ~ ISBN:81-7551-136-20 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:258 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

V S Naipaul is one of the best-known English novelists of the modern times. This volume, a collection of recent essays on his writings, aims at paying the fittest literary tribute to Naipaul, the novelist.

History and Fiction
by Sudhendu Shekhar

(PRODUCTID:20005 ~ ISBN:81-7551-154-0 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:N/A ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

A close study of the contemporary Indian fiction reveals that many writers offer fresh perspectives of the past through their distinct narratological modes.They treat history for studying the ontological condition of man in the context of postmodernism where every history is considered a kind of narrative, like the novel. They examine the historical material with empirical and skeptical rigour, using fantasy and fiction for revisualization of facts.

The Poetry and Translations of A K Ramanujan
by Rama Nair

(PRODUCTID:20004 ~ ISBN:81-7551-119-2 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:106 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

A K Ramanujan has more than often been assessed as an Indian poet writing in English, but he remains, perhaps, the greatest translator that India has produced in the modern times. This volume makes a rich contribution to the realm of Indian poetry and more than that to the most enriching and fast-growing discipline of translation studies

The Home and The World - Critical Perspectives
by Rama Kundu

(PRODUCTID:20003 ~ ISBN:81-7851-000-6 ~ Pub Year: 2001 ~ Pages:202 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Asia Book Club)

Tagore was a multi-faceted genius. He was a poet, playwright, novelist, philosopher, painter, musician and educationist. In the recent years, there has been a revival of interest in his fiction, especially the novel The Home and the World. .This book throws fresh light on this novel and adds to our awareness of the intrinsic value of Indian fiction.

Jhumpa Lahiri : The Master Storyteller
by Suman Bala

(PRODUCTID:20002 ~ ISBN:81-7551-125-7 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:289 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Jumpa Lahiri, recipient of the coveted Pulitzer award for her collection of short stories Interpreter of Maladies, is a voice of Indo-American origin. Though she lives in the U S, her work is imbued with ethos of Indian culture and sensibility. This collection of essays, a pioneering venture, offers a wide ranging critical response to her stories.

Tipu Sultan - A Life History
by Mohammad Ilyas Nadvi

(PRODUCTID:13341 ~ ISBN:81-85220-58-20 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:383 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Institute of Objective Studies)

This book by a respected, knowledgeable student of Tipu's history forcefully refutes the charge that Tipu was anti-Hindu. That the sultan's family tradition was one of respect for all religions is also borne by the famous synagogue in Mumbai built by Tipu's mother. Israeli leaders and other Jews from all over the world pray there on their visit to the city.

Zaffar aur Daag ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13340 ~ ISBN:81-288-0640-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:228 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

Shakil aur Qateell ki Shaari (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13339 ~ ISBN:81-288-0642-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:154 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

Shad aur Akhtar ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13338 ~ ISBN:81-288-0646-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:154 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

Sahir aur Kaifi ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13337 ~ ISBN:81-288-0645-9 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:156 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

Majaz aur Jigar ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13336 ~ ISBN:81-288-0639-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:208 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

Meer aur Dard ki Shaayri (URDU+HINDI)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13335 ~ ISBN:81-288-0638-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:157 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Diamond)

This book carries an eclectic selection from the poetry of two notable Urdu poets, whose poetry has delighted generations in the sub-continent. Original Urdu text is accompanied with transliteration in Devnagari script with footnotes on meanings for unfamiliar Urdu words.

Edward Albee-Towards a Typology of Relationships
by Rana Nayar

(PRODUCTID:20010 ~ ISBN:81-7551-140-0 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:258 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Prestige Books)

Taking first few, halting steps to wards a theory of relationships, the present book offers rational, holistic understanding of the Sphinx-like riddles that often surround both human nature and relations. Something of an epistemological exercise, this book offers refreshingly new insights into how conceptual understanding of a subject as complex as relationships could be organised.

Glorious History of India For Children (COLOR+ILLUSTRATIONS)
by Anurag Mehta

(PRODUCTID:13241 ~ ISBN:81-7676-033-1 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:180 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Nita Mehta Publications)

This book is an attempt to narrate the rich mythology and the glorious history of India. The historical events have been woven together to make an exciting book for children. These events are explained in simple language and are complemented with beautiful illustrations to capture the imagination of young readers.

Kulliyat -E- Akhtar Shirani (URDU)
by Akhtar Shirani

(PRODUCTID:13255 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1997 ~ Pages:272 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Modern Publishing House)

This anthology features complete poetic works of famous Urdu poet Akhtar Shirani.

Hindustan ki Tehrik- e -Azadi aur Urdu Shairi (URDU)
by Gopi Chand Narang

(PRODUCTID:13254 ~ ISBN:81-7587-024-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:600 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

This anthology profiles Urdu poetry in its various phases during India's freedom struggle. It carries representative writings echoing the sentiments of the times.

Ghalib aur Funoon -e- Lateefa (URDU)
by Zubair Razi

(PRODUCTID:13253 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:108 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Ghalib Institute)

This work, with rare color prints and printed on art paper, is a critical appreciation of the multi-faceted personality of Ghalib as reflected in his poetry.

Intikhab Kulliyat -E- Josh (URDU)
by Josh Malihabadi

(PRODUCTID:13252 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 1998 ~ Pages:208 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Vijay Publishers)

This anthology is a represetnative selection from the complete works of famous Urdu poet Josh.

Kulliate Majaz (URDU)
by Asrarul Haque Majaz

(PRODUCTID:13251 ~ ISBN:81-87666-30-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:224 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Kitabi Duniya)

This anthology features poetry of famous Urdu poet Majaz with gripping personal reminiscences of his contemporaries on the life and times of the poet.

Intikhab Ghazalayat -E- Meer (URDU)
by Hamidi Kashmiri

(PRODUCTID:13250 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:255 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

This anthology carries 1235 selections of Ghazals and couplets from the poetry of famous Urdu poet Meer.

Intekhab Kulliyat Meer (URDU)
by MeerTaqi Meer

(PRODUCTID:13249 ~ ISBN:81-86632-73-5 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:591 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Danish Publishing Company)

This anthology is a representative selection from the complete works of famous Urdu poet Meer.

Intekhab Kulliyat -E- Aatish (URDU)
by Khwaja Hyder Ali Aatish

(PRODUCTID:13248 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:377 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Danish Publishing Company)

This anthology is a represetnative selection from the complete works of famous Urdu poet Aatish.

Kulliyat e Mushafi Volume 2 (URDU)
by Ghulam Hamdani Mus'hafi

(PRODUCTID:13247 ~ ISBN:81-7587-044-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:367 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

This anthology of Four hundred eighty four poetic writings, is the second volume of Diwan of famous Urdu poet Gjulam Hamdani Mus'hafi Amrohi. Volume 1 is featured at BC 12363.

Azadi Ke Bad Urdu Afsana - An Anthology: Volume 1 (URDU with Hindi Transliteration)
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13246 ~ ISBN:81-7587-042-7 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:423 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

Celebrating hundred years of Urdu fiction, this anthology carries twenty six short stories of eminent writers representing different phases of literature.

Kulliyat -e- Premchand: Volume 24 (URDU)
by Premchand

(PRODUCTID:13245 ~ ISBN:81-7587-050-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:550 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

As the greatest Hindi and Urdu writer of pre-independence India, Premchand had pioneered modern Hindi literature. His collected works are now being published in Urdu in 24 volumes, revised from earlier planned 22. This book, is an omnibus collection of his Fictional and non-fiction writings, essays, reportage, reminences etc.

Kulliyat -e-Premchand: Volume 19 (URDU)
by Premchand

(PRODUCTID:13244 ~ ISBN:81-7587-051 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:635 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

As the greatest Hindi and Urdu writer of pre-independence India, Premchand had pioneered modern Hindi literature. His collected works are now being published in Urdu in 24 volumes, revised from earlier planned 22. This book, an omnibus collection, contains his writings translated from other languages.

The Importance of Folowing the Good Word
by Harun Yahya

(PRODUCTID:13295 ~ ISBN:81-7898-366-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:94 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Goodword books)

Good Word is that which summons people to Allah and the Qur'an. And those who utter this good word, that is, those who call to Allah, are the believers. This book, rather than merely describing what the Good Word is, also focuses on the loss upon those who avoid it, in the light of the verses of the Qur'an.

India After Independence For Children
by Anurag Mehta

(PRODUCTID:13242 ~ ISBN:81-7676-036-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:216 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Nita Mehta Publications)

A new phase in the history of India began when we achieved freedom. This book features the major events and the developments that have taken place in India since independence.It should be essential reading for children of all ages.

Kulliyat-e-Mir: Volume 1 (URDU)
by Mir Babar Ali Anis

(PRODUCTID:13258 ~ ISBN:81-7587-029-X ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:870 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language)

Poetic writings of famous Urdu poet Mir are being brought together in a six-volume series. With 1916 ghazals, this volume is the first in this anthology.

Great Indian Cooking - Vegetarian
by Nita Mehta

(PRODUCTID:13240 ~ ISBN:81-7869-051-9 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:126 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: SNAB)

In India, cooking is a way of expressing love. Indian food is not just a blend of spices and condiments but the food is cooked carefully, adding the right spice, the right amount of spice and at the right time. Here is a book with great recipes which will take care of all this. This book covers the best of North and South Indian Cuisine.

Tandoori Cooking in the Oven
by Nita Mehta

(PRODUCTID:13239 ~ ISBN:81-7869-033-0 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:126 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: SNAB)

Tandoori food is amazingly quick and simple to prepare. So do not hesitate to try out these wonderful recipes. Offer your loved ones tandoori food from your kitchen even if you do not have the conventional clay tandoor. Included in this book are some delicious pan fried kebabs and seekhs , Breads, chutneys and other accompaniments of a tandoori meal.

Hilariously Funny Mulla Nasruddin (ILLUSTRATED)
by A Selection

(PRODUCTID:13238 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:155 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

With the power of his humor, Mulla Nasruddin liberated the people of Bukhara and brought down a despotic ruler. This compilation of 43 short stories of this lovable character shows how his wisecracks brought down many a roof, and his sarcasm brought down many an arrogant.

Walking With The Gurus
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13237 ~ ISBN:81-87780-23-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:227 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Good Earth)

This highly visual guidebook on historical gurdwaras in the Indian state of Punjab seeks to capture, in essence, the spirit of the Sikhs. The core of the book is a detailed section on the Golden Temple and the other sacred gurdwaras associated with the life of the Gurus, including a separate chapter on the five holy takhats.

Grandpa's Stories (COLOR+ILLUSTRATIONS)
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13236 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:200 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Pocket Books)



Bhimrao Ambedkar (HINDI with Color illustrations)
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13235 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:48 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

This book with color illustrations is the life story of a pioneer crusader of the rights of Dalits and the creator of the Constitution for Independent India.

Bhimrao Ambedkar ( COLOR+ILLUSTRATIONS)
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13234 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:48 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

This book with color illustrations is the life story of a pioneer crusader of the rights of Dalits and the creator of the Constitution for Independent India.

Journeys to Freedom: Dalit Narratives
by Fernando Franco

(PRODUCTID:13233 ~ ISBN:81-85604-65-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:400 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Samya)

To to understand how dalits see themselves, their past, their present and their future impelled the authors to engage in lengthy interviews with fifty-six dalit respondents. This book of interviews of dalits of Gujarat, pinpoint experiences of discrimination and assertion that co-exist in India today, suggesting the complexities of social and political change.

Grandma's Stories (COLOR+ILLUSTRATIONS)
by A Collection

(PRODUCTID:13232 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:200 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Pocket Books)



Hitopdesh
by Vishnu Sharma

(PRODUCTID:13231 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:176 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Manoj Publications)

This book is a collection of selected classical animal tales that teach the ways to succeed and the art of making right decisions.

Towards An Aesthetic of Dalit Literature
by Sharankumar Limbale

(PRODUCTID:13230 ~ ISBN:81-250-2656-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:176 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Orient Longman)

This first critical work by an eminent Dalit writer to appear in English, is a provocative and thoughtful account of the debates among Dalit writers on how Dalit literature should be read.

Nietzsche For Beginners
by Marc Sautet

(PRODUCTID:13229 ~ ISBN:81-250-2660-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:192 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Orient Longman)

In this book, we delve into the scandalous life and considerable works of Friedrich Nietzsche. It also gives a clear picture of the puzzling time in which he lived. We also meet the Luminaries of the day-Richard Wagner, Bismarck, Freud, and Darwin, and see their influences on his work

Marilyn For Beginners
by Kathryn Hyatt

(PRODUCTID:13228 ~ ISBN:81-250-2662-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:155 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Orient Longman)

It is said that gentlemen prefer blondes, but the men in the life of Hollywood's most famous and enduring blonde icon Marilyn Monroe, were far from gentlemanly. In this narrative, Marilyn speaks for herself- to her psychologist, to a reporter, and ultimately to the reader. of this book. Marilyn's story begins with her childhood, made easy and insecure by her unstable mother.

Tails of Dilli (COLOR+ILLUSTRATIONS)
by Bill Harvey

(PRODUCTID:13243 ~ ISBN:81-7693-167-3 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:64 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: BPI)

Many of the feral, and some of the wild, animals of Dilli make appearances in these first ten stories of the adventures of Aseem and Kaalia. Each page is illustrated in colour with evocative and accurate painting of the events that the pair pass through.

The Second Coming - US War on Iraq 2003
by Sreedhar

(PRODUCTID:13273 ~ ISBN:81-88684-14-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:244 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Academic Excellence)

This volume reflects perspectives of a group of eminent scholars who are watching the region over the years. It will help the scholars, academicians and policy makers to understand how people from the New Delhi look upon the unfolding events in Iraq.

Garcia Marquez for Beginners
by Mariana Solanet

(PRODUCTID:13227 ~ ISBN:81-250-2661-4 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:176 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Orient Longman)

Nobel prize-winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez is Latin America's most powerful literary symbol. In three decades. This book seeks to introduce readers to the man and his magical realism, a style that expresses Latin American life and culture in many different layers of human perception.

Hellenism and Hinduism
by A A Hattangadi

(PRODUCTID:13292 ~ ISBN:81-7986-044-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:187 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Indian Institute Of Advanced Culture)

Hellenism and Hinduism are basically responsible for the growth of the basic tenets of the Occidental and Oriental cultures, respectively. These concepts are the Perennial Philosophy of the civilized world. This book, result of author's work t the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, discusses some of the Great Ideas of the Greek and Indian "Cultures.

Forecasting Your Life Events - An Art of Predictive Astrology
by Carol Rushman

(PRODUCTID:13291 ~ ISBN:81-7822-109-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:272 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

This book presents the techniques which show you how to forecast upcoming trends and life events for yourself, friends and family, and astrological clients.

Vedic Cosmography and Astronomy
by Richard L Thompson

(PRODUCTID:13290 ~ ISBN:81-208-1954-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:242 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

This book brings out that the Fifth Canto's cosmography and the accounts of the solar system found in the jyotisa-sastras are not contradictory, but that they in fact represent distinct yet mutually consistent ways of comprehending a universe with important features beyond the range of ordinary sense perception.

Buddhism and Jungian Psychology
by J Marvin Spiegelman

(PRODUCTID:13289 ~ ISBN:81-7822-115-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:190 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

Buddhism and Jungian Psychology presents the findings, both personal and impersonal, of two Jungian analysts who have been propelled, by fate and psychic trajectory, to take up the encounter with the other. It convincingly demonstrates the error of the Western assumption that Buddhism requires the dissolution of the ago.

The Decisive Battles of India - From 1746 to 1849
by Colonel G B Malleson

(PRODUCTID:13288 ~ ISBN:81-7536-291-X ~ Pub Year: 1885 ~ Pages:461 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: LP Publications)

This volume contains the story of the conquest of the several races of India by Englishmen . The book carries twelve chapters , of which eleven are relating to the battles. The remaining chapter, the first in order in the book, is the key to all others; for it records an event, but for the occurrence of which the battles which follow might have been indefinitely postponed.

New Discoveries About Vedic Saravsati
by Ravi Prakash Arya

(PRODUCTID:13287 ~ ISBN:81-87710-15-2 ~ Pub Year: N/A ~ Pages:100 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Indian Foundation For Vedic Science)

The author has for the first time presented a systematic study of various flows of Sarasvati in various phases right from the Vedic down to Mahabharata period as described in the vast Vedic and post Vedic literature.This work should set aside the various unfounded notions and ill-conceived assumptions, flimsy suppositions regarding the various origins and flows of perennial Vedic Sarasvati.

Bio - Etheric Healing - A Breakthrough in Alternative Therapies
by Trudy Lanitis

(PRODUCTID:13285 ~ ISBN:81-7822-127-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:189 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: New Age Books)

Bio-Etheric Healing offers an effective way to communicate directly with the Etheric Body. This remarkable step-by-step guide covers the techniques and applications of bio-etheric healing and tells us how to harness the healing powers of the Etheric Body.

The Saint Extraordinary - Bhagavaan Gopinath Ji
by Triloki Nath Dhar, Kundan

(PRODUCTID:13284 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:170 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

This book is a splendid biography of the Master, fondly called "Tathi Bab" , one of the most eminent saints who ever graced India and the world, a curious blend of knowledge, devotion and action.

The Dictionary of the Esoteric
by Nevill Drury

(PRODUCTID:13283 ~ ISBN:81-208-1989-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:344 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

With over 3000 cross-referenced entries, this is an invaluable reference to the mystical and esoteric traditions. It gives succinct definitions in the fields of magic, hermeticism, alchemy, spiritualism, parapsychology, Eastern and Western mysticism, mind and consciousness research, divination, tarot, and a variety of less well-known subjects.

The Niti and Vairagya Satakas of Bhartrhari (SANSKRIT+ENGLISH)
by M R Kale

(PRODUCTID:13282 ~ ISBN:81-208-0642-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:260 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

This volume comprises two of the three famous Satakas (collection of one hundred stanzas) of the famous poet philosopher Bhartrhari. The introduction discusses the date and authorship of the Satakas, the identity of Bhartrhari and Bhatti, the teachings and the literary estimate of the work.

The Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep
by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche

(PRODUCTID:13281 ~ ISBN:81-208-2003-7 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:217 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

This book gives detailed instructions for dream yoga, including foundational practices done during the day. In the Tibetan tradition, the ability to dream lucidly is not an end in itself, rather it provides an additional context in which one can engage in advanced and effective practices to achieve liberation.

Tibetan Wisdom for Modern Life
by Joseph Arpaia

(PRODUCTID:13280 ~ ISBN:81-208-1955-1 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:260 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass)

Amazing physical and mental results can be produced in your life by practicting the techniques revealed in this book, which offers a unique blend of practices designed to sharpen the mind and calm the soul without slowing down.

Intekhab Kulliyat -E- Mus'hafi (URDU)
by Ghulam Hamdani Mus'hafi

(PRODUCTID:13256 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:435 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Danish Publishing Company)

This anthology is a represenative selection from the complete works of famous Urdu poet Mus'hafi.

Azeem Hai Insaan (URDU)
by Anil Chandra

(PRODUCTID:13266 ~ ISBN:81-87666-31-5 ~ Pub Year: 2002 ~ Pages:175 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Kitabi Duniya)

This volume is a collection of forty one absorbing stories and highly readable articles.

An Interpretation of Islam
by Laura Veccia Vaglieri

(PRODUCTID:13294 ~ ISBN:81-7898-388-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:94 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Goodword books)

Islam taught right thinking, proper action and honest speaking, and for these reasons it found its way, without any difficulty, into both the minds and hearts of men. This book offers a lucid interpretation of Islmic thought.

Kulliyat -E- Yagana (URDU)
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13259 ~ ISBN:81-87667-77-x ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:663 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Educational Publishing)

This anthology features complete poetic works of Urdu poet Yagana, with an elborate commentary on his life, and works..

Shakuntala (URDU)
by Kalidas

(PRODUCTID:13260 ~ ISBN:81-87666-82-X ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:104 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Kitabi Duniya)

Available for the first time, this volume is an Urdu translation of Sanskrit Drama of Maha Kavi Kali Dass.

Urdu Adab ki Threekein (URDU)
by Anwar Sadeed

(PRODUCTID:13261 ~ ISBN:81-87666-77-30 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:684 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Educational Publishing)

This volume attempts a comprehensive survey of Movements of Urdu Literature from beginning to 1975.

Urdu Reportaz - Tarikh -0- Tanqeed (URDU)
by Talat Gul

(PRODUCTID:13262 ~ ISBN:81-87666-76-5 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:281 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Kitabi Duniya)

This work attempts a comprehensive survey of Urdu reportage, its history & criticism from beginning to 1990.

Who's Who on Indian Stamps
by A Compilation

(PRODUCTID:13275 ~ ISBN:84-931101-0-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:546 ~ Binding: Paperback ~ Publisher: Tiranga Publications)

Who's Who on Indian Stamps contains briefs biographies of nearly every great personality who has featured on the Indian Stamps, brought out by the Department of Posts, India during the period 1947 to December 2001, along with their dates of birth and death.

Badan Bazar (URDU)
by Eminent Contributors

(PRODUCTID:13264 ~ ISBN:81-87666-78 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:208 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Kitabi Duniya)

Red Light Area is the backdrop of this collection of fourteen short stories by eminent Urdu writers.

A New Light Upon The History of Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi
by M S Renick

(PRODUCTID:13274 ~ ISBN:81-7320-060-2 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:128 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Agam Kala Prakashan)

This work brings forth a very important aspect, which somehow has been hitherto overlooked by the learned authors who have written upon the life and times of Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi. The new aspect is the unique role played by the Rani's father Moropant Tambe in the affairs of Jhansi.

Buddhist Records of the Western World
by Samuel Beal

(PRODUCTID:13268 ~ ISBN:81-215-0741-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:370 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Munshiram Manoharlal)

Among the various travelogues, Hiuen Tsiang's Si-yu-ki or Records of the western World, is regarded to be the most valuable sources-book for the study of ancient Indian history. The present volume includes, for the sake to completeness, Travels of Fa-hian or Fo-Kwo-ki. The mission of Sung-Yun and Hwei-Sang and the preface to the Si-yu-ki by Chang Yueh.

Jainism And Western Thinkers
by K L Chanchreek

(PRODUCTID:13269 ~ ISBN:81-88658-28-6 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:375 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Shree Publishers)

This volume contains research based select writings of Western scholars on Jaina religion and philosophy, who have taken great pains in studying the Jaina scriptures and critically analysing the Jaina doctrine. These scholars have appreciated the Jaina order of monks, who rejected the Vedic and Brahamanic philosophy, and more so, unique contribution of Mahavira who preached and propagated the religion of Jainas.

India's Contributions To The West
by P Priyadarshi

(PRODUCTID:13270 ~ ISBN:81-87471-09-3 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:165 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Standard Publishers)

Indian was the mother of all civilizations is often said by many. But little significant research or reliable writing has ever been done to substantiate this fact. This book primarily discusses how India has been a source of knowledge to the West over ages.

Jain Agams - An Introduction To Canonical Literature
by K L Chanchreek

(PRODUCTID:13271 ~ ISBN:81-88658-27-8 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:347 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Shree Publishers)

This work is a prolegomenary description of Jaina scriptures. Basically, this study based on Dr B C Law's Some Jaina Canonical Sutras, provides clear analysis of vast Jain literature and contributes to the wider question of the growth and ramification of the Jaina philosophical and religious conceptions.

Empowerment of Muslims Through Education
by Akhtar Siddiqui

(PRODUCTID:13272 ~ ISBN:81-85220-58-21 ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:374 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Institute of Objective Studies)

It is common knowledge that in general Indian Muslims are economically and socially backward. It has also been realized that they need to be empowered socially, economically and politically. This book deals with this particular issue and presents a case for empowerment of Muslims of India through the most powerful enabling instrument of the modern times namely, education.

Kulliyat -E- Akbar (URDU)
by Akbar Allahabadi

(PRODUCTID:13257 ~ ISBN:N/A ~ Pub Year: 2004 ~ Pages:804 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Media International)

This anthology brings together complete poetic works of famous Urdu poet Akbar Allahabadi.

Kulliyat -e- Hasart (URDU)
by Hasrat Mohani

(PRODUCTID:13263 ~ ISBN:81-87666-53-6 ~ Pub Year: 2003 ~ Pages:460 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Publisher: Kitabi Duniya)

This volume brings together complete poetic works of famous Urdu poet Hasrat Mohani.