To his own surprise the curse came out in the form of a beautiful verse. Thus was born the sloka with which India's greatest epics were written.
Valmiki himself wrote the Ramayana in 24000 verses. The Hindi translation of the Amar Chitra Katha based on Valmiki's Ramayana brings to life the much loved story of Rama and his search for truth and righteousness(less)
Technologies in nanoelectronics. 2.
Nanoelectronic devices: technology and applications. 3.
Self-assembly and nanoelectronics. 4.
Synthesis and applications of nanowires. 5.
Nanoscale circuits and systems. 6.
Single-wall carbon nanotubes. 7.
Computing and nanoelectronics. 8.
Digital architectures for nanoscale devices. 9.
Nanoelectronics simulation. 10.
Integrated nanoscale electronics. 11.
Nanomaterials in magnetic and optical data storage. 12.
Nanomanipulation with atomic force microscope. 13.
Scalability simulations for nanomemory systems. 14.
Costs of nanoelectronics technology. Bibliography.
Index. "The development of nanotechnology has made it possible to engineer material and devices on a length scale as small as several nanometres.
Nanotechnology is like a toolkit for the electronics industry. It gives tools to make electronic nanomaterials with special properties modified by ultrafine particle size, crystallinity, structure or surfaces.
New nanoelectronics technologies are emerging that promise to carry us beyond the limits of present lithographic processing down to molecular feature sizes. Denser hard drives, smaller and faster chips, and(less)
I. Air pollution: development at what cost?: 1.
Air pollution monitoring/K. Shah and S.
2. Air quality in three different cement producing areas/N.
Mehta and P.S.
Control of biodeterioration: an ecofriendly approach/N.R.
Shah and A. Arya.
4. Green belt, plant scavengers for combating air pollution/A.
Jasrai and S.K.
A study on comparative response of a crop and weeds associated with it, against Sulphur Dioxide toxicity/D.M.
Kumawat, P. Pandya and N.
6. Vehicular exhaust emissions control in spark ignition engines with catalytic converter system/S.
B. Rao, H.
B. Mathur and M.
Evaluation of physico-chemical properties of different soils around cement producing areas/K.K.
Kumbhkar and P.S.
Effect of particulate (cement kiln dust) pollution on Hibiscus cannabinus L./Ch.
Ramana Rao and J.A.
Study of environmental impact variables for highway projects/R.D.
Bhatt and B.D.
Strategies to control emissions in diesel(less)
Contents : Chapter 1. Power Electronic Systems: An OverviewChapter 2.
Thyristor: Principles and CharacteristicsChapter 3. Gate Triggering CircuitsChapter 4.
Series and Parallel Operation of ThyristorsChapter 5. Modern Power Semiconductor DevicesChapter 6.
Phase Controlled ConvertersChapter 7. Duel ConvertersChapter 8.
ChoppersChapter 9. InvertersChapter 10.
CycloconvertersChapter 11. A.
C. RegulatorsChapter 12.
Resonant ConvertersChapter 13. Protection, Cooling and Mounting of ThyristorsChapter 14.
Control of D.C.
DrivesChapter 15. Control of A.
C. DrivesChapter 16.
Thyristor ApplicationsMultiple Choice QuestionsReview QuestionsUnsolved ExamplesReferences(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.
Coming face to face with the lord of death, Nachiketa found the key to immortality. The lessons the two seekers learned were priceless, for they opened to others the door to eternal bliss(less)
Shaw's short stories. 2.
The significance of Frankenstein. 3.
Wordsworth and the Cartesian revolution. 4.
The other harmony of Professor Godbole. 5.
The fertility motif in Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve. 6.
The making of the American language. 7.
"Perpetuated piracy": Mark Twain's attitude to monarchy. 8.
An American passage to South India: the fiction of Robin White. 9.
The revolutionary as playwright: Dario Fo's iconoclastic art. 10.
The Hemingway menagerie. 11.
English language teaching in the twenty-first century. 12.
John Keats as a literary critic. 13.
Huckleberry Finn's adventures with women. 14.
"A supersaturated solution": Margaret Atwood's views on language. 15.
Canadian contribution to literary criticism. "This anthology of fifteen papers is brought out on the occasion of the golden jubilee of the author as teacher, researcher, critic and reviewer in India and abroad.
These essays are selected from over sixty papers the author has published in well-known journals and(less)
Recent researches show that Tipu was "more sinned against than sinning". As B.
S Gidwani points out, Tipu was the only ruler in the eighteenth century who did not side with the English at any time in a war against his fellow countrymen. Had Tipu succeeded in forming a united front with the support of the Nizam and the Marathas, the British would not have enslaved the country as easily as they did.
The fall of Tipu paved the way for British supremacy in India. Even Nana Phadnavis, a bitter opponent of Tipu, acknowledged his vital role.
"Tipu is finished," he remarked, "Poona wll now be the next victim. Evil days are ahead.
There seems to be no escape from destiny." In preparing this script the works of M.
H.Khan, Denys Forrest, Fazal Hasan and T.
T.Sharma have been consulted(less)
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