The Shanti Sena
Relying on interviews with key participants, this work contributes greatly to the study of a unique experiment in practical non-violence. This is the first study of its kind that has chronicled in such detail the activities of the Shanti Sena.
The Common Birds and
Mammals of Andhra
Pradesh, Rs. 250.00
Exquisitely illustrated this field guide to the common birds and mammals found in Andhra Pradesh describes 157 birds and 42 mammals that commonly occur in the state, with details of their characters, habits and habitat.
Disability and Society
This book introduces readers in Asian countries to the recent disability literature of the West. The editors hope that it will inspire new thinking among social scientists, rehabilitation professionals and organisations of disabled people themselves that could further the empowerment of people with disabilities.
This book aims to deepend the understanding of the promise and pitfalls of diaspora engagement and how it may help to bridge the distances between societies in an unequal world.
Jagadis Chandra Bose
J. C. Bose was India’s first international scientist. This book provides a comprehensive study of Bose’s intellectual career and the relationship of Indian science to colonial rule.
History of the World
Arjun Dev & Indira
Arjun Dev, Rs. 245.00
This book presents a comprehensive overview of world history from the last decade of the 19th century to present times. Using the two world wars as their principal focus points but without in any way being Euro-or-West-centric, the book chronicles the major watershed events that have shaped and defined today’s world.
A Short History of Aurangzib
Jadunath Sarkar, Rs. 495.00
This book is an abridged version of the unrivalled five-volume History of Aurangzib by the author. It contains one half of the material of the original work. Yet it does not compromise on the essential aspects of this history.
Out of the East
This engaging book explores the demand for spices: why were they so popular, and why so expensive? The author surveys the history, geography, economics, and culinary tastes of the Middle Ages to uncover the surprisingly varied ways that spices were put to use.
An Introduction to
Partha Sarathi Misra,
This book presents a lucid and accessible introduction to stylistics and provides a clear, broad-based and methodological stylistic analysis of various literary as well as non-literary texts.
Rethinking Gandhi and Nonviolent Relationality
Conceived, debated and written in the shadow of our new war-torn millennium, this work brings together an impressive and varied group of scholars across the disciplinary divide to rethink Gandhi’s legacy and non-violent ethics.
History of Modern India
This work provides an authoritative overview of the history of what was known as British India. The text is largely based on the author’s research on nationalism and colonialism in India and also draws from the world of eminent historians of the period.
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