The problem of animal psychology. 2.
The problem of animal instinct. 3.
The problem of animal learning. 4.
The problem of animal intelligence. 5.
The problem of animal understanding. 6.
The problem of animal ideation. 7.
The problem of animal world. Bibliography.
Index. From the preface: "The reader will not expect to find in the pages of a book of such a modest size as this a full account of all facts known in the field of animal psychology and of all theories built on these facts.
The author has rather preferred to follow, and to work out, one particular line of thought, to wit: the idea that the instincts, as they are defined on page 38 of this book, are the spring and basis of all animal behaviour (with the exception perhaps of play), and therewith the core of the animal's mind, and that individual experience, gathered by the animal in(less)
Cats - domesticated and wild. 2.
Dogs from domesticated to wild. 3.
Aristocrats of the animal race. 4.
Elephant in antiquity and now. 5.
The elephants of Handapangala by Hiran Jayewardene. 6.
Elephant populations by Jayantha Jayewardene. 7.
Monkeys - a fascinating tribe - full of pranks. 8.
The Buffalo and its origin. 9.
From Porcupine to Mongoose and Otter. 10.
The story of the Jackal and its Nari-Combe (horn). 11.
Wild boar. 12.
From sloth bear to scaly ant eater. 13.
Sea-mammals - could Dugons have led to the myth of Mermaids. 14.
Dolphins - sailor's best friend. 15.
Whales - the helpless giants exploited by man. 16.
Why do Whales come Ashore. 17.
Turtles are an endangered species. 18.
From tortoises to Iguana. 19.
From the crocodiles to water monitors. 20.
Serpents-poisonous to non-poisonous. 21.
Camouflage in nature. 22.
Speed fiends of the Jungle. Bibliography.
Index. "'Animals Far(less)
1. The Vedas.
2. The Upanishads.
3. The Bhagavad Gita.
4. The Yoga of knowledge and action.
5. The Yoga of devotion.
Bibliography. Index of writers.
"Hinduism means incorporating all forms of belief and worship without necessitating the selection or elimination of any. This book incorporates literature from ancient sacred text of India considered as the Kernel of Hinduism.
"Jaico’s 366 readings series is the first comprehensive collection of the spiritual literature of the whole world presented in accessible form. It is aimed at people who wish to broaden their spiritual outlook, and also at the much larger group who have little or no attachment to a religious community, but seek spiritual wisdom.
"Each volume in the series contains major writings of one of the world’s spiritual traditions, presented in the form of an annual cycle of daily readings. "366 Readings from Hinduism includes: The Vedas, the ancient hymns(less)
Conceptual issues in extension education. 2.
Sustainable development: concept, model and principle. 3.
Demand-driven extension strategy through participatory mode. 4.
Communitisation of quality extension system. 5.
Extension and management. II.
Research dimensions: 6. Impact assessment, monitoring and evaluation - concepts, domains and praxeology.
7. Research design.
8. Theory building in extension research.
9. A scale to measure scientific temperament of farmers.
III. Information and communication dimensions: 10.
Theories and models of communication. 11.
Axiomatic theory of communication behavior. 12.
Adoption and diffusion of innovation: an axiomatic theory. 13.
Information system and participatory approaches for project formulation. 14.
Right to information: tool to empower common man. IV.
Reporting dimensions: 15. Reporting dimension in extension education: agricultural journalism.
V. Entrepreneurial dimensions: 16.
Entrepreneurship: a conceptual framework. VI.
Empowerment: 17. Empowerment - human resource development.
VII: ICT in extension: 18. ICTs in agricultural extension.
19. Harnessing ICT potentials for empowering(less)
Organic Farming : Methods and Techniques of Ancient and Modern Times: Preface. I.
Modernization and agriculture in the past: 1. Agricultural traditions across advancing cultures of history.
2. Ups and downs of agriculture across living systems of history.
II. Organic agriculture of eternal living: 3.
Introduction to organic farming. 4.
Plant life on earth, permanent farming and use of resources. 5.
Disturbance and destruction in soil balance : is there a retreat? 6. Machine Vs.
animals: more lasting partners in farming? 7. Gains and losses in soil fertility across agricultural traditions.
8. Composting and waste treatment for humus retention and fertility.
9. Putting humus in action : the soil preparation for eternal farming.
10. Fighting the nature's censor with a better plant health.
Systems Safeguard and Stabilization in Organic Farming: 1. Life, soil, minerals and various systems of agriculture.
2. State of soil and fertility before and after the industrial(less)
Within moments of meeting Savio, the young man whose voice weaves magic in the lives of those around him, we are plunged into a story of undying love and great loss wherein church and mosque and temple vie for believers, young love finds its moorings in tragedy, and friends must earn their rites of passage. Set against the backdrop of the 2004 tsunami, this is a gripping novel about ordinary people who survive against great odds to carve their indelible stories on sand.
2. Bhagavatism and Sun-worship.
3. The Vedic and the Epic Krsna.
4. Some aspects of the Bhagavad-gita.
5. A note on Pancakala.
6. Sects and sectarian worship in the Epic.
7. Sanskrit devotional poetry and hymnology.
8. The date of Subhasitavali.
9. Sarvananda and Vallabhadeva.
10. Beginnings of Indian civilisation.
11. Women-seers in Vedic literature.
12. Some commentators on the Meghaduta.
13. The text of the Mahavira-carita.
14. The problem of the Mahanataka.
15. A reference to the Mahanataka.
16. Wit, humour and Satire in Sanskrit literature.
17. On Kundamala.
18. On the word Gaddarika.
19. A note on Avantisundari-katha.
"These studies, written between 1925 and 1955, deal with some aspects of Sanskrit literature and form, as such, a supplement to the author’s well known History of Sanskrit Literature. Written in a scholarly but easily intelligible manner, they will be found interesting alike to scholars and general readers.
1. Colonizers and settlers.
2. The Anuradhapura Kingdom I: aspects of political history from Saddhatissa to the Cola conquest.
3. The Anuradhapura Kingdom II: An irrigation civilization.
4. The Anuradhapura Kingdom III : the political economy.
5. The Anuradhapura Kingdom IV: a Buddhist civilization.
6. The Polonnaruva Kingdom: Indian summer of Sinhalese power.
7. The fragmentation of the Sri Lankan polity: from c.
1250 to the end of the fifteenth century. 8.
The periphery stakes a claim. 9.
The crisis of the sixteenth century. 10.
Portuguese rule in the maritime regions, C. 1600-58.
11. The Kandyan Kingdom at Bay, 1658-87.
12. The struggle for mastery over Sri Lanka, C.
Trade and agriculture under the voc. 14.
The VOC in Sri Lanka: the last phase, 1767-96. 15.
The impact of Dutch rule. 16.
Religion, literature and the arts in the Kandyan Kingdom. 17.
The English East India Company in(less)
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