Salutations to Lord Vishnu. 2.
Scene : the Earth and Vishnu. 3.
Nativity celebrations of Sri Rama. 4.
Worshipping Gauri. 5.
Sita Swayamvara. 6.
Drama : Manthara and Kaikeyi. 7.
Drama: Dashratha, Kaikeyi and Kaushalya. 8.
Dashratha’s lamentation. 9.
The boatman episode. 10.
Rama-Bharata meeting. 11.
Ram-Sita in Panchvati. 12.
Drama: Shoorpanakha and Rama. 13.
Drama. Ravana and Shoorpanakha.
14. Drama: Sita, Rama, Lakshmana and Ravana.
15. In Sita’s search Rama and Lakshmana reached to Shabri.
16. The Shabri episode.
17. Rama-Lakshmana, Hanuman, Sugreeva and other monkey soldiers’ plan to reach Lanka.
Ramakatha in Ashok Vatika. b).
Rama-Hanumana dialogue. c).
Installation of Shivlinga at Rameshwaram and construction. 19.
At Rameshwaram, Rama worshipped God Sita. 20.
Sounds of Trumpets and war cries. 21.
a). Lakshmana-Meghnada combat-I.
b). Sri Rama’s grief over Lakshmana’s condition.
c). Lakshmana-Meghnada combat-II.
22. Rama-Ravana encounter.
23. Festivities on Rama’s return to Ayodhya.
24. Sri Rama’s grand coronation(less)
I. Historical, cultural and religious links: 1.
India and Central Asia: links and interactions/B.B.
Notes on Central Asian Buddhist Iconography/Lokesh Chandra. 3.
Historical and cultural relations between Kazhakhstan, Central Asia and India from ancient India to the beginning of the 20 century/M. Kh.
Hindu Gods in Western Central Asia/S.P.
Religious, cultural and artistic links between Ancient Kashmir, Afghanistan and Central Asia/S.S.
India and Central Asia : Cultural relations in Middle Ages/Evgeni Kablukov. 7.
India and Central Asia 1947-1991/Surender Gopal. 8.
Cultural relations between India and Tibet: an overview of the light from India/Claude Arpi. 9.
Indo-Uzbek literary and linguistic relations throughout 11-18 centuries/Azad N. Shamatov.
II. Politics/Geo-politics and democracy in Central Asia: 10.
Political system and democratic discourse in Central Asia: a view from outside/R.R.
Central Asia : Changing Geo-political alignment in the aftermath of 11 September/Devendra Kaushik. 12.
Norms and standards for engineering college. 3.
Norms and standards for architectural institutions. 4.
Norms and standards for polytechnics. 5.
Norms and standards for pharmacy degree colleges. 6.
Norms and standards for management education. 7.
Schemes of Department of Science and Technology. 8.
Indian Council of Agricultural Research. 9.
AICTE : handbook for approval process. Index.
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Technical and management education is one of the more significant components of human resource development spectrum with great potential for adding value to products and services and for contributing to the national economy and improving quality of life of the people. In recognition of the importance of this sector, the successive Five Year Plans have placed great emphasis on the(less)
The Ramayana in classical Sanskrit and Prakrt Mahakavya Literature : i. Kalidasa-general.
2. The Setubandha or Ravanavadha of Pravarasena.
3. The Janakiharana (JH) of Kumaradasa.
4. The Bhatti-Kavya.
5. The Ramacarita of Abhinanda.
6. The Ramayana Campu of Bhoja.
7. Ksemendra: i.
Ramayana Manjari. ii.
Ramopakhyana in his Bharatamanjari. iii.
Ramavatara in his Dasavataracarita. iv.
The short account in Brahatkathamanjari and the same compared with that in Somadeva's Kathasaritsagara. Index.
From the foreword: "This book presented here, is a study on the poems in Classical Sanskrit and Prakrt which points out the different versions of these poets in the story of Rama. The influence of the Valmiki Ramayana on the Kavyas of these poets is well known.
These poets have made some changes in the story to suit their poems. Dr.
Raghavan has made a thorough study of the Kavyas mentioned above and pointed out meticulously, the differences in the(less)
Every beast and human being dances to express the innermost passions. But dance as an art came into existence with the growth of human society and civilisation.
We find a detailed account of this art in several old Sanskrit works- Abhinaya Darpana, Bharata’s Natyashastra, Sangita Ratnakara, Dhananjaya’s Dasharupa etc. All these books give more or less the same account of the origin of Sangita.
We find three essential features in a dance- (1) A spontaneous movement of the muscles and limbs under the influence of some strong emotion, feeling or passion, such as joy, pleasure, anger or religious exaltation; (2) pleasure derived both by the dancer and the spectator due to a definite combination of such graceful movements. (3) The vivid representation of emotions(less)
Outlines of the morphology, natural history, classification, geographical distribution and economic uses of the flowering plants and ferns: 1. Outlines of the general morphology, physiology, and natural history of the flowering plants and ferns.
2. Classification of plants.
3. Forms of vegetation, geographical distribution of plants, &c.
4. Economic botany.
II. The classes, cohorts, orders and chief genera of the flowering plants and ferns, alphabetically arranged under their Latin names.
III. Glossarial index of English names, economic products, technical terms, specific names, abbreviations, prefixes, &c.
"The student, when placed before the bewildering variety of plants met with in a botanical garden, museum, or in the field, does not know where to begin or what to do. The available works of general reference are mostly bulky and say very little about morphology or natural history.
This book brings together as much information as is required by a botany student, upon all plants(less)
It discusses material from classical Hindu texts relating to the themes of the divine realm such a brahman, devi, ishvara, trimurti, and so on, as well as of the mundane realm, such as jiva, samsara, karma, dharma, and so on. It also covers the concepts which link the two realms, such as those of maya, and the overcoming of it through yoga, to attain moksha.
Some selections also throw light on what classical Hinduism has to say about the human being as a social being, through such concepts as varna, ashrama, and the purusharthas(less)
2. Taandav and Lasya.
3. The beginning of Natya Veda.
5. Classical dances of India.
7. Abhinay (enactment).
8. Kinds of Nayak and Nayika.
9. Fundamentals of Rangmanch and its elements.
10. Kalakram of Kathak dance.
11. Taal and Nagma in Kathak.
12. Sources of dance: Nrit, Natya and Nritya.
13. Defining words for dance.
14. Hand gestures (mudra).
15. Movements of different body parts (neck, eye, head and eye brow).
16. Origin of Taal and its ten Pranas.
17. Indian Taal and percussion instruments.
20. Brief introduction of prominent dancers.
Applied section: 1. Teen Taal.
2. Jhap Taal.
3. Ek Taal.
4. Dhamaar Taal.
5. Basant Taal.
6. Raas Taal.
7. Pancham Sawaari Taal.
8. Shikhar Taal.
9. Lakshmi Taal.
10. Ashtmangal Taal.
"This book encompasses both the literary and the applied forms and I(less)
H. Wilson to John Muir.
No wonder, the author, himself a celebrated scholar, invested over two-decade-long effort to compile this reliable, neatly exhaustive Classical Dictionary. For well over a hundred years, Garrett’s work has been recognized as a classic in its own right.
Now reaching it out afresh to the present-day international scholarship, this edition has been recomposed in its entirety. And its lay-out as well has been improved in certain user-friendly ways.
Also introduced here, for(less)
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