What's in it 4000+ tourist points such as dolphin, turtle andamp; sunset spotting points, restaurants and pubs, forts andamp; churches Complete Goa state road network An Up-close of 7 cities with their streets and by lanes Detailed maps of 29 of Goa's coolest beaches Maps of Mumbai andamp; Hampi included *(less)
Table of contents. Introduction.
Aakash Beli. 2.
Ban Iasun. 4.
1. Dale Chuk.
2. Dale Chuk.
Ghuchi chyau. 4.
1. Jamane mandro.
3. Jangali jira.
3. Kakad Singhi.
Laghu patra. 2.
4. Mauro mulo.
2. Padamchal (Thulo).
I. Survival: 1.
Infants and children. 2.
Life expectancy. II.
Nutrition: 1. Protein-energy malnutrition.
2. Vitamin A deficiency.
3. Iodine deficiency disorders.
4. Iron deficiency anaemia.
5. Low birth weight.
III. Health: 1.
Acute respiratory infection. 3.
Immunizable diseases. 4.
Care: 1. Feeding practices.
2. Hygiene practices.
3. Home health practices.
4. Psycho-social practices.
V. Household food security.
VI. Water and sanitation.
VII. Health services: 1.
Education: 1. Primary school completion.
2. Gross enrolment ratios.
4. Education of girls.
XI. Economic resources: 1.
Macroeconomic growth. 2.
Government expenditure. 4.
Foreign aid. XII.
Child labour. XIII.
Agricultural production: 1. Land holdings.
XIV. Human resources: 1.
Gender development. 3.
Urban children. Appendix.
"The Atlas of South Asian Children and Women(less)
Relevance of earth sciences in societal issues/Ravi Shanker. 2.
Arsenic contamination in groundwater in parts of Ambagarh Chowki - Korse Kohri Belt (Dongargarh - Kotri Rift Zone), Chhattisgarh/S.K.
Ashyiya, Y. Pandey, S.
Khangan and S.K.
Radioactive waste management and its impact on environment/K.B.
Snow and ice -- it's role in the eco-system and national development/V.K.
Proxy records of neotectonics, climate changes and anthropogenic activity in the late quarternary of Ganga Plain/Indra Bir Singh. 6.
Palaeoenvironmental assessment of Central Narmada Valley from the Mid - Pleistocene times - implications from palaeontology/G.L.
Quaternary fluvial geomorphology in Western India/Sheila Mishra. II.
Theme : Geoenvironmental studies : a. Environmental impact management: 1.
Geoenvironmental appraisal of East Khasi Hills and Jaintia Hills districts, Meghalaya/Ramesh Chandra Shukla, Surendra Prasad and P.K.
Geoenvironmental assessment of Mauda industrial area, Nagpur District, Maharashtra/Prem Babu, M(less)
Forewords by: 1. Sangitakalanidhi/Semmangudi R.
Srinivasa Iyer. 2.
R. Venkataraman—former President of India.
V. Narasimhan –former Under Secretary General UN.
Preface: 1. Musiri Subramanya Iyer’s birth centenary commemorative edition.
2. Musiri Subramanya Iyer : a music maker 1899-1975.
3. About this book.
5. Phonetic chart.
6. Classification of compositions.
7. Chart of 72 Melakarta scales.
8. Picture: Sri Rama Pancayatana Vigraha—worshipped by Tyagaraja.
Compositions 1 to 688. Glossary.
Index in Devanagari script. Index in Roman script.
"A collection of 688 compositions of Tyagaraja in one volume has been made available for the first time in Devanagari and diacritical Roman scripts with English translation followed by SRGM notations in Roman script, reaching all corners of the globe. "The songs are presented in a format revealing the beauty of poetical excellence of rhymes etc.
, Raga, Arohana, Avarohana, Mela and Tala, Visesha Prayogas etc., wherever(less)
Narasimhan. Muddusvami Dikshitar—a biographical profile.
Phonetic chart. Classification of compositions.
The chart of 72 Melakarta (Sampurna and Asampurna). Preface.
Compositions. Index: Devanagari.
Index: English. Glossary.
From the preface: "A collection of 472 compositions in one volume has been made available for the first time in Devanagari and Diacritical Roman scripts with English translation followed by SRGM notations in Roman script, reaching all corners of the globe. All compositions are presented in a format revealing the beauty at a glance of its poetical excellence of rhymes etc.
besides Raga, Arohana, Avarohana, Mela, Tala and Visesha prayoga-s wherever necessary. All the songs are indexed in respective alphabetical order in English as well as in Devanagari scripts to help quick spotting of the songs sought at the end of the book.
Since most of the compositions of Dikshitar are on different deities of different temples(less)
I. Introductory maps: 1.
Ancient India-Physical. 2.
Ancient India -- Cultural. II.
Religions and philosophy: 3. Hinduism -- origin and spread.
4. Hindu holy places.
9. Sikh Panth.
III. Bhakti Movement -- the Mediaeval Devotionalism: 10.
Nirguna and Saguna Sants. 11.
Travel routes of Sant Kabir. 13.
Kabir Panth -- origin and spread. 14.
Chaitanya Dev and Goudiya Vaishnavism. IV.
Social Reform Movements: 15. Arya Samaj.
16. Brahmo Samaj.
17. Ramakrishna Math and Mission.
18. Chinmaya Mission.
V. Art and culture: 19.
Temple architecture. 21.
Painting heritage. 23.
Fairs and festivals. 24.
Food habits and cuisine. 25.
Ancient medicine systems. 26.
Tribo cultural composition. 27.
Scheduled Caste Composition First Order. 28.
Scheduled Caste Composition Second Order. VI.
Performing Arts: 29. Music Gharanas.
30. Dance forms.
31. Folk musical instruments.
32. Folk theatres.
2. Gandhi's perception of women.
3. Non-cooperation and Khilafat campaigns (1920-22), and women's mobilization.
4. Civil disobedience movement and the role of women.
5. Women and the congress movements, 1935-47.
6. The assessment.
"In the recent past, there has been a growing interest on the question of gender within historical research, which has come to be recognized as a fundamental category of social, cultural and historical reality, perspective and study. Women are no longer invisible in history.
The present book critically analyses the success achieved by Gandhi in mobilizing women on a mass scale for the cause of the country's independence. At Gandhi's call, women began to come out of the narrow confines of their homes to participate in various constructive programmes like spinning of charkha, picketing of shops selling foreign goods, wearing khadi clothes, etc.
However, Gandhi never directed his attention to raising the consciousness of(less)
Acknowledgements. Forewords I-III.
Introduction: 1. Pteridophytic vegetations in India.
2. Taxonomy of Indian pteridophytes.
3. Census of Indian pteridophytes.
4. Chromosome number and taxonomy.
5. Polyploidy and related issues.
6. Orthospecies and nothospecies.
7. Cytology of Indian pteridophytes.
8. The chromosome atlas.
9. Phytogeographic approach.
Alphabetic listing of generic names. Lists of chromrsome numbers: I.
Lycophytina (Lycopsida): Family: 1. Huperziaceae.
2. Family: Lycopodiaceae.
3. Family: Selaginellaceae.
4. Family: Isoetaceae.
II. Sphenophytina (Sphenoepsida): Family: Equisetaceae.
III. Psilophytina (Psilotopsida) Family: Psilotaceae.
Filicophytina (Filicopsida): Family: 1. Helminthostachyaceae.
First National Librarian of India. 2.
Belvedere for the National Library. 3.
Father of Indian National Bibliography. 4.
Annexe to belvedere. 5.
New vistas in documentation. 6.
Achievements. Appendix: Select speeches and writings of B.
S. Kesavan: National Library: 1.
The National Library in new home. 2.
The Indian National Library. 3.
The concept of the National Library as a network institution and as a national documentation base. Indian National bibliography: 4.
Organisation of national documentation and information services in India. Professionalism in Library management: 5.
Presidential address at the 13 All India Library Conference, Calcutta. 6.
Presidential address at the 6 IASLIC Conference, Trivandrum. Tributes to B.
S. Kesavan: 7.
Bengal Library Association's Tributes to B.S.
Kesavan (in Bengali). Index.
Kesavan, the First National Librarian of India, was a legend in his life-time, for his magic wand transformed the imperial library into the National Library of India in the best traditions of Indian(less)
2. Digitization of Analog Aerogeophysical OHR Maps pertaining to Ajmer - Bhil Wara Area, Rajasthan/Srinivas Madabhushi, B.
K. Lakshmana and D.
Mohan Raj. 3.
Application of airborne anomalies in evaluating basemetal mineralisation, an integrated approach from Dewas District, Madhya Pradesh -- Case study/G.S.
Sitaram and V.K.
Airborne Geophysical Surveys in the exploration for base metal and gold -- case studies from Rajasthan/C.P.
Chattopadhyay, Suresh Chander and A.K.
Ground evaluation of selected aero-geophysical anomalies around Kherli Bazar - Nawegaon Area Betul Chhindwara Belt, Madhya Pradesh/M. Fulmari and K.
Structural and tectonic activity in Nizampatnam Bay - an inference from Marine Geophysical Surveys off Ongole, Bay of Bengal/J.A.
Nagabhushana Rao, G.V.
Satyanarayana and P.D.
Significance of seismic and resistively surveys in geotechnical evaluation of Tehri Hydro Power Project in Uttaranchal Himalaya/P.C.
Utility of Aeromagnetic and Radiometric Data(less)
Non-human primates. 4.
Rodents and pangolins. 5.
Reptiles and amphibians. List of contributors.
Subject index. "After the first publications of Wild mammalia reproduction and conservation and Indian wildlife diseases and disorders by B.
M. Arora, Principal Scientist, Wildlife and Ex-director National Zoological Park it was realized that findings of various studies conducted in husbandry associated health problems and diseases and disorders in in-situ and ex-situ wildlife conservation be compiled and produce in the form of "A Colour Atlas of Wildlife Diseases And Disorders".
It appears that no such attempts have been made so far to bring out such practical guide for the professionals working in the filed of wildlife health, management and conservation. On the aspects this Atlas is embellished with pictorial illustrations (Predominately contains colour illustrations but where they were not available black and white) of cases of approx 860(less)
One particular field which is inadequately covered in the currently available literature is the microscopy of culinary herbs and spices, and as certain medicinal products such as ginger and Clove, described in the earlier book, also have culinary uses, a logical expansion seemed to be to include some of the more important herbs and spices commonly used in food products. By widening the scope in this way it is hoped that this present work will provide a more useful reference(less)
In this book an attempt has been made to present the viewpoints of eminent experts from different countries, particularly those from countries directly affected by the NMD e.g.
the United States of America, Russia, China, the United Kingdom, North Korea, India, etc(less)
Vegad J L Vegad Vedams Books 8181891309 Accountancy Audit Afghanistan AIDS Amitabh Bachchan Animal Science Poultry, Cattle Camel Cattle and Dairy Farming Poultry Zoological Survey of India Publication Anthropology and Sociology Anthropological Survey of India Publications Architecture Vastu Arts of India Archaeology Mohenjodaro/Harappa/Indus Valley Civilization Art History Buddhist Art Mandalas Painting Pahari Rock Art Sculpture Textiles Art Astrology Palmistry Astronomy Ayurveda Bangladesh Bhutan Biographies and Memoirs Botanical Sciences Agronomy Algae Aromatic Plants Bamboo Biodiversity Botanical Survey of India Publications Ethnobotany/Medicinal Plants Floras of India Forestry Fungi/Mosses Herbs Horticulture Grape Mango Mushrooms Jatropha Mangroves Orchids Organic Farming Plant Science Teak Buddhism Central Asian Studies Children Christianity Cinema/Films Cricket Cuisine Dalits Dance and Performing Arts Bharatanatyam Kathak Kathakali Theatre Demography Dictionaries/Glossaries Ecology/Environment Economics/Dev Studies Education Distance Education English Literature Indian Fiction Entomology Geography Climatology Geological Sciences Geological Survey of India Publication Government Publications(less)
N. Singh, S.
Banglani, K. Mukherjee, Radhe Shyam, S.
L. Singh and A.
2. Geophysical input and its significance in Base metal investigation of Golia-Danva sector of Pindwara-Watera Belt, Sirohi Dt.
, Rajasthan/Ashwini Kapoor and Gyan Chand. 3.
Integrated and conceptual approaches for exploration of concealed ore deposits in Northeastern extension of Khetri Copper Belt, Rajasthan/S.K.
Borehole geophysical logging--an essential--input--to mineral exploration in Rajasthan/Dinesh Gupta, Radhe Shyam, Rajendra Sharma, S.K.
Biswas and A.K.
Role of induced polarisation technique in search of gold associated basemetal mineralisation in Dhani Basri Area, North Delhi Fold Belt, Dausa District, Rajasthan/S.R.
Prasad, Vinod Kumar, V.N.
Tiwari and N.P.
Geophysical interpretation and geological skeletalization: a study on their self-complementing characteristics/R.N.
Mise-A-La-Masse Survey and bore hole geophysical logging in planning(less)
Arora Vedams Books 8178847429 Accountancy Audit Afghanistan AIDS Amitabh Bachchan Animal Science Poultry, Cattle Camel Cattle and Dairy Farming Poultry Zoological Survey of India Publication Anthropology and Sociology Anthropological Survey of India Publications Architecture Vastu Arts of India Archaeology Mohenjodaro/Harappa/Indus Valley Civilization Art History Buddhist Art Mandalas Painting Pahari Rock Art Sculpture Textiles Art Astrology Palmistry Astronomy Ayurveda Bangladesh Bhutan Biographies and Memoirs Botanical Sciences Agronomy Algae Aromatic Plants Bamboo Biodiversity Botanical Survey of India Publications Ethnobotany/Medicinal Plants Floras of India Forestry Fungi/Mosses Herbs Horticulture Grape Mango Mushrooms Jatropha Mangroves Orchids Organic Farming Plant Science Teak Buddhism Central Asian Studies Children Christianity Cinema/Films Cricket Cuisine Dalits Dance and Performing Arts Bharatanatyam Kathak Kathakali Theatre Demography Dictionaries/Glossaries Ecology/Environment Economics/Dev Studies Education Distance Education English Literature Indian Fiction Entomology Geography Climatology Geological Sciences Geological Survey of India Publication Government Publications Herpetology Himalayas Hinduism Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute(less)
2. Criteria for selection and trade of commercial grade granites.
3. Geological set-up of the prospective areas.
4. Prospects in different districts of southern Uttar Pradesh: i.
Lalitpur district. ii.
Jhansi district. iii.
Mahoba district. iv.
Banda district. v.
Sonbhadra district. 5.
Geotechnical aspects of granites in relation to their use as dimension stone. 6.
Table: i. Table 5: Geotechnical parameters of multicoloured and black granites from Lalitpur district.
ii. Table 6: Geotechnical parameters of multicoloured and black granites from Jhansi district.
iii. Table 7: Geotechnical parameters of multicoloured and black granites from Mahoba district.
iv. Table 8: Geotechnical parameters of multicoloured and black granites from Banda district.
v. Table 9: Results of uniaxial confined compressive strength.
vi. Table 10: Results of gloss/reflectivity test.
vii. Table 11: Deatiled petrographic summary of rocks-Bundelkhand Granitoid Complex.
viii. Table 12: Potential areas of commercial grade granite in Lalitpur district.
ix. Table 13: Potential areas of(less)
General characteristics: 1. Hair profile.
2. Hair Regions.
D. Abreviations used.
E. Key to the Indian species of the order Carnivora.
Order Carnivora: I. Family Felidae: 1.
Panthera tigris (Linnaeus). 2.
Panthera Leo (Linnaeus). 3.
Panthera Pardus (Linnaeus). 4.
Uncia Uncia (Schreber). 5.
Acinonyx jubatus venaticus (Griffith). 6.
Pardofelis Marmorata (Martin). 7.
Prionailurus rubiginosus (I. Geoffroy Saint Hilaire).
8. Prionailurus bengalensis (Kerr).
9. Prionailurus viverrinus (Bennett).
10. Otocolobus Manul (Pallas).
11. Felis silvestris Schreber.
12. Felis chaus Schreber.
13. Catopuma temminckii (Vigors and Horsfield).
14. Caracal caracal (Schreber).
15. Lynx lynx (Linnaeus).
16. Neofelis nebulosa (Griffith).
II. Family Ursidae: 17.
Ursus arctos Linnaeus. 18.
Ursus thibetanus Cuvier. 19.
Helarctos malayanus (Raffles). 20.
Melursus ursinus (Shaw). 21.
Ailurus fulens Cuvier. III.
Family Hyaenidae: 22. Hyaena hyaena (Linnaeus).
IV. Family Canidae: 23.
Canis aureus Linnaeus. 24.
Canis lupus Linnaeus. 25.
Vulpes vulpes (Linnaeus). 26(less)
A State Profile: Foreword. Preface.
Abbreviations used in the text. Geological and other Natural History Terms used with explanations.
1. Maharashtra : social, ecological, and developmental profile.
2. Wildlife management in Maharashtra.
II. Individual Profile and Management Status: Glossary.
Abbreviations used in the text. Geological and other Natural History Terms used with explanations.
1. National Parks and Sanctuaries in Maharashtra.
2. Profile and management status of National Parks and Sanctuaries: i.
MTR WL circle and three sanctuaries with Ter. Wing.
ii. Nagpur wildlife circle.
iii. Nashik wildlife circle.
iv. Mumbai wildlife circle.
References to text and maps. From the foreword: "Volume one presents a profile of the entire State of Maharashtra and includes a consolidated account of the geographical, cultural, ecological features, emphasizing the natural resource status, use and conservation efforts made by the government and other institutions.
National Parks and sanctuaries have reported 69.6% of the plant(less)
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