a classic film and contribution to Bengali and Indian literature(less)
The Balkanda. 2.
The Ayodhya Kanda. 3.
The Aranya Kanda. 4.
The Kiskindha Kanda. 5.
The Sundara Kanda. 6.
The Yuddha Kanda. 7.
The Uttara Kanda. "In former times filled with affection towards her devotees the Goddess Parvati reverently questioned Shiva desirous of knowing the nature of Rama.
The Lord of the Mountains himself recited to his dear consort that great mystery known as the Adhyatma Ramayana which is great amongst the Puranas. He who reads with devotion even a shloka or half a shloka of the Adhyatma Ramayana, is purified of all sins that very moment.
He who daily recites reverently the Adhyatma Ramayana with a mind directed to no other object, is daid to be Jivan Mukta (emancipated in this very life). One who casually listens to the Adhyatma Ramayana from another without showing reverence, even he is freed from sin.
He who bows to the Adhyatma Ramayana, having approached(less)
As areas of specific concern for India, Ray lists population growth, the quality and stock of human resources, access to energy resources, and agrarian reform. But beyond these more immediate concerns his study is concerned with fundamental questions of good governance in India(less)
1. Desire for long life -ayuskamiya.
2. Initiation of student-sisyopanayaniya.
3. Daily regimen-dinacarya.
4. Seasonal regimen-rtucarya.
5. Prevention of diseases-roganutpadaniya.
6. Liquid substances-dravadravyavijnaniya.
7. Nature of food materials-annasvarupavijnaniya.
8. Protection of food-annaraksavidhi.
9. Incompatible foods-viruddhannavijnaniya.
10. Rules of foods and drinks-annapanavidhi.
11. Quantity of food-matrasitiya.
12. Type of treatment-vividhausadhavijnaniya.
13. Collection of the foremost-agryasangrahaniya.
14. Group of purificatory drugs-sodhanadiganasangraha.
15. Great decoctions-mahakasayasangraha.
16. Different groups of substances-vividhaganasangraha.
17. Knowledge of substances-dravyadivijnaniya.
18. distinction of tastes-rasabhediya.
19. Knowledge of humour and others-dosadivijnaniya.
20. Classification of hjumours--dosabhediya.
21. Treatment of humors-dosopakramaniya.
22. Classification of diseases-rogabhediya.
23. Application of treatment-bhesajavacaranjya.
24. Two types of teatment-dvividhopakramaniya.
25. Oleation therapy-snedavidhi.
26. Sudation therapy-svedavidhi.
27. Emesis and purgation-vamanavirecanavidhi.
29. Nasal medication-nasyavidhi.
30. Inhalation of smoke-dhumapanavidhi.
31. Gargles and other-gandusavidhi.
32. Eye-drops and eye-salves-ascyotananjanavidhi.
33. Bathing and cleaning of eye-tarpanaputapakavidhi.
34. Appliances and instruments-yantrasastravidhi.
35. Application of leeches-jalaukovidhi.
37. Extraction of foreign bodies-salyaharanavidhi.
S. Eliot, the greatest poet of the twentieth century, examine the expatriate sensibility of two American women writers--Bharati Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri--of Indian extraction, reconnoitre West Africa through the eyes of Mary Kingsley and Gerald Durrell, visit Chinua Achebe and then end up with the Afro-American novels(less)
Biographical note. 1.
Key to Roman transcription. 2.
Verse. Section: A.
Ghazals. Portrait of Faiz.
Glossary of Urdu words in Roman script. "Faiz Ahmed Faiz (1911-1984) was one of the leading, if not the foremost, poet of the Indian subcontinent during the greater part of the last century.
Listed four times for the Nobel prize of poetry, he was often compared to his friend Pablo Neruda, revolutionary poet and Nobel prize winner, of Chile. Of Faiz’s multifaceted personality, which led him to become, amongst other things, an activist for human rights and liberties, a famous journalist and editor of literary magazines (Urdu and others), trade unionist, and film song writer, it is his poetry which will, not doubt, best survive the test of time.
His very first volume of poetry, published in 1941 from Lucknow, brought him instant celebrity. "Naqsh-e-Faryadi" or "imprints" has since(less)
And together, they were an unbeatable romantic pair. Of the 60 films Suchitra Sen worked in, 30 were with Uttam Kumar.
The duo gave a string of hits such as Sagarika (1956), Harano Sur (1957), Indrani (1958), Agnipariksha (1954), Saptapadi, Grihadaha (1967), all part of Bengali cinematic history today. The star pair ushered in what came to be known as the golden era of Bengali cinema.
Coupled with astounding music and great scripts, Uttam and Suchitra starrers became simply unbeatable. Uttam Kumar and Suchitra Sen: Bengali Cinema's First Couple is a tribute to this unparalleled star-duo of Bengali cinema(less)
Culture fishery: 1. Aquaculture in freshwater impoundment.
2. Aquaculture in brackishwater impoundment.
II. Capture fishery: 3.
The Kulti Estuary. 4.
The Bhagirathi Hooghly Estuary. III.
The Sundarban Delta: 1. Introduction.
2. Biological characteristics of the main Sundarbans.
3. Common fish and crustaceans of the Mangrove.
4. The Estuarine fishery of Sundarban Delta : its trend.
5. Analysis of fish landing from the Hooghly-Malta Estuarine system of Sundarban Delta during 1966-67 to 1970-71.
6. The Hilsa fishery.
7. Winter migratory Bagnet fishery of the Hooghly Estuary.
8. The gear.
Past and present of Sundarban Delta: 1. Kolkata Wetland - a nightmare of the past.
2. Canals of Kolkata - their impact on the Sundarbans ecosystem.
3. Metamorphosis of Sundarban Delta - its impact on aquatic life.
4. Progressive environmental changes of the Sundarban Delta and the Estuarine ecosystem vis a vis fish abundance and their composition.
5. Sequence of morpho-ecological events(less)
Bal Kand. 2.
Ayodhya Kand. 3.
Aranya Kand. 4.
Kishkindha Kand. 5.
Sundar Kand. 6.
Lanka Kand. 7.
Uttar Kand. Glossary.
"Tulasidas's Ramcharitmanas enjoys the place of pride among the hundreds of epics narrating the Tale of Lord Ram not only in Indian languages but also in several languages of South-East Asia. It is venerated not only by Ram's ardent devotees but also learned scholars who admire it for its poetic beauty and ethical import.
For a long time the need was being felt for an abridged version of Ramcharitmanas for a growing section of the present-day reader, both in India and abroad, characterised by preference for English language and shortage of time. This volume amply fulfils that need.
Being based on a tried and tested abridged edition in Hindi, namely Manas Mangal, it presents the gist of the original Ramcharitmanas. The success of The Spirit of Ramcharitmanas lies in the prudent(less)
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The awakening of faith. III.
Buddhism and Christianity. IV.
The translation and its history. VI.
The editing. 1.
Reasons for writings the book. 2.
The fundamental doctrine of the Mahayana faith. 3.
Expositions of the Mahayana faith. 4.
The practice of the Mahayana faith. 5.
The advantages of the practice of the Mahayana faith. Translator's supplementary.
Select bibliography. "This is the title of one of the most important religious books in the world, occupying, in the literature of the higher Buddhism, a place not dissimilar to that of our own New Testament.
Its importance is increased when one considers that it formulates the fundamental doctrines of the Mahayana School, and was written by Ashvaghosha, one of the greatest poets of India, during the early part of the first century AD--a period when communication between east and west was reasonably frequent and extensive. Not only have Buddhist sages considered(less)
2. Brahmana II.
Ploughing of the ground for the Ahavaniya altar. .
Chapter 2: Brahmana I. Soma krayana (purchasing of soma plant) -- its timing; placing of logestakas (unbaked clods of earth) got from all the four sides outside the site of the yaga; building of the uttara vedi or high altar and spreading sand evenly over it.
Brahmana II. Atithya, Pravargya and Upasad offerings; horse, Yajamana and Rtviks advancing towards the fire place; making the horse go round the altar.
Chapter 3: Brahmana I. Construction of the first layer of the citi; invoking Agni from inside his own body by Yajamana.
Brahmana II. Placing of a lotus-leaf and a gold-piece in the contra of the altar.
. Chapter 4: Brahmana I.
Piling up the naturally perforated istakas; placing the durvestaka (brick in the form(less)
2. Dinacarya Adhyaya.
3. Rtucarya Adhyaya.
4. Roganutpadaniya Adhyaya.
5. Dravadravya Vijnaniya Adhyaya.
6. Annasvarupa Vijnaniya Adhyaya.
7. Annaraksa Adhyaya.
8. Matrasitiya Adhyaya.
9. Dravyadi Vijnaniya Adhyaya.
10. Rasabhediya Adhyaya.
11. Dosadi Vijnaniya Adhyaya.
12. Dosabhediya Adhyaya.
13. Dosopakramaniya Adhyaya.
14. Dvividhopakramaniya Adhyaya.
15. Sodhanadigana Samgraha Adhyaya.
16. Sneha Vidhi Adhyaya.
17. Sveda Vidhi Adhyaya.
18. Vamana Virecana Vidhi Adhyaya.
19. Basti Vidhi Adhyaya.
20. Nasya Vidhi Adhyaya.
21. Dhumapana Vidhi Adhyaya.
22. Gandusadi Vidhi Adhyaya.
23. Ascotananjana Vidhi Adhyaya.
24. Tarpana and Putapaka Vidhi Adhyaya.
25. Yantra Vidhi Adhyaya.
26. Sastra Vidhi Adhyaya.
27. Siravyadha Vidhi Adhyaya.
28. Salyaharana Vidhi Adhyaya.
29. Sastra Karma Vidhi Adhyaya.
30. Ksaragni Karma Vidhi Adhyaya.
"The knowledge of Sutrasthana of this text is very useful for beginners of Ayurveda to make their base strong enough about Ayurvedic fundamentals and it would be also helpful in grasping the subject easily. The Hindi commentary 'Samvartika' on(less)
In his philosophy of life the best of the East and that of the West are reconciled into a harmonious whole. His inclusive mind aspired after the Universal Man shining in the glory of creation and joie de vivre.
With the passage of time, Tagore, our first Nobel laureate, has only grown in stature and is now reckoned as an increasingly significant and rich personality and a genius for all times(less)
Guru Nanak. 2.
Guru Angad Dev. 3.
Guru Amar Das. 4.
Guru Ram Das. 5.
Guru Arjan Dev. 6.
Guru Tegh Bahadur. 7.
Guru Gobind Singh. "There is one God.
He is the Supreme Truth." This is the central belief, the mool mantra, of the Sikh religion, founded in Punjab by Guru Nanak (1469-1539), who drew upon the teachings of Muslim Sufis and Hindu Bhaktas.
The common basic factor of the Sikh community is belief in the ten Gurus and the authorized version of the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy scripture. In its purest form, Sikhism is about unity, simplicity, equality and surrender (to God), and the verses of the Gurus—most of them included in the Granth Sahib—articulate this beautifully.
This volume contains a selection of verses by seven of the ten Gurus, culled from the Guru Granth Sahib and other sacred texts like Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Vairagmayi Bani and the Dasam(less)
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