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Abd al-Rahman, Muhammad b. (d.
Abu-Hashim (d. 776).
3. Abu’l-Thana Shams (16 century).
4. Ali al-Sanusi, Muhammad b.
Aq Ishan. 6.
Astana Baba. 7.
Bilal Baba. 8.
Bistami, Bayazid (9 century). 9.
Dakkak, Sheikh Abu Ali. 10.
Dhu ‘I-Nun, Abu ‘I-Fayd (796-861). 11.
Al-Fuwati, Hisham B. ‘Amr (9 century).
12. Gojuq Baba.
13. Hamadani, Yusuf (d.
Ibn ‘Adjiba, Abu ‘I-‘Abbas Ahmad B. (1740/7-?).
15. Ibn Al-‘Arif, Abu’l ‘Abbas (1088-1141).
16. Ibn Al-Farid (1181-).
17. Ibn ‘Aliwa (1869-?).
18. Ibn Arabi (1165-1240).
19. Ibn ‘Ashir, Abu ‘I-‘Abbas Ahmad B.
Muhammad B. (d.
Ibn ‘Ata’ Allah (d. 1309).
21. Ibn Barradjan (12 century).
22. Ibn Hirzihim (d.
Ibn Isra’il Al-Dimashki, Mohammad B. (1206-1278).
24. Ibn Luyun (1282-).
25. Ibn Masarra, Muhammad B.
Ibn Sab’in (1217/8—1269/71). 27.
Ibrahim B. Adham (d.
Ismamut Ata (20 century). 29.
Al-Jili, Abd al-Karim b. Ibrahim(less)
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The philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi. 2.
Some presuppositions of Gandhi's thought. 3.
Gandhi on social conflict. 4.
Satyagraha : a new way of life and a new technique for social change. 5.
Theory of Satyagraha. 6.
Power, Satyagraha and Communism. 7.
The evolution of Satyagrah in South Africa. 8.
The decision of the Satyagrahi leader. 9.
Satyagraha as the way of life. 10.
Satyagraha as corporate action : the leader, organization and propaganda. 11.
Satyagraha as corporate action : the technique. 12.
Satyagraha as corporate action : non-political conflicts and criticism. 13.
The structure of the non-violent state. 14.
A critique of Satyagraha. 15.
Society and state (Ramraj and Swaraj). 17.
Mahatma Gandhi's ideas on state and society. 18.
Gandhi and social change. 19.
The Negro American's experiments with non-violent protest. 20.
Towards civil disobedience. 21.
Social reform : untouchability. 22.
Chapter 12 : Bundelkhand province: Introduction. 1.
Bundelkhand granitoid complex: a. Stratigraphy.
b. Archaean enclaves.
c. Other smaller enclaves and bands.
d. Lithology and petrochemistry of the enclaves.
e. Post granitoid intrusives and extrusives.
2. Bijawar group: a.
Bijawar (Type) area. b.
Sonrai area. c.
Barwaha-Handia area Narmada Valley (Harda inlier). d.
Gwalior group: a. Stratigraphy.
b. Igneous activity.
c. Age and correlation.
II. Chapter 13: Banded gneissic complex province: 1.
Granite plutons and other intrusives. 5.
Mineral resources. 10.
Chapter 14: The Aravalli-Delhi province: 1. Aravalli Supergroup: a.
Contact relationship. h.
Mineral resources. l.
Delhi supergroup: a. Introduction.
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Health hazard caused by chronic arsenic toxicity in West Bengal/D.N.
Guha Mazumdar. 2.
Health hazards and geochemical attributes/K.N.
Arsenic and mercury pollution - a geomedical perspective in the Indian context/Pratap Chakrabarti. 4.
Micronutrient deficiencies - a hidden hunger/Madan M. Godbole, Sushil Gupta and R.
Recent advances in fluorosis and defluoridation with special reference to Rajasthan/A.B.
Gupta and Sunil K. Gupta.
6. Endemic fluorosis and its medical implications/Sushil Gupta and Madan M.
Radioactive minerals, radiations and health hazards/V.P.
Geological factors related to arsenic and fluorine contamination in soil, surface and ground water in some precambrian rock terrains of Central India and the role of geochemical mapping in their detection/K.G.
Geochemistry and health with special reference to radioactivity/D. Vasudevan.
10. The current status of palaeopathology/Ashok Sahani.
11. Effects of industrial effluents on groundwater quality - case studies/S.
Devotta and S.N.
Acknowledgement. General introduction to geology of India: 1.
General introduction to Precambrian Geology of India. I.
Dharwar Province: 1. Introduction.
2. Greenstone belts: i.
Sargur schist belt. ii.
Nuggihalli schist belt. iii.
Aladahalli schist belt. iv.
Ghatti Hosahalli schist belt. v.
Holenarasipur schist belt. vi.
JC Pura schist belt. vii.
Kalyadi schist belt. viii.
Krishnarajpet (KR Pet) schist belt. ix.
Nagamangala schist belt. x.
Mayasandra schist belt. 3.
Dharwar Supergroup: i. West Dharwar Subprovince (Block).
4. Shimoga Superbelt: i.
North Kanara-Goa Belt. ii.
Western Ghat (Kudremukh) Belt. iii.
Dharwar - Shimoga schist Belt. iv.
Bababudan Belt. v.
Sigegudda Belt. 5.
Chitradurga Superbelt: i. Chitradurga schist belt.
ii. Gadag schist belt.
iii. Javanahalli schist belt.
iv. East Dharwar subprovince (Block).
6. Ramagiri-Penakacherla-Kushtagi-Hungud Superbelt: i.
Ramagiri-Penakacherla schist belt. ii.
Hungud-Kushtagi-Hagari schist belt. 7.
Kolar-Kadiri-Jonnagiri-Hutti Maski Superbelt: i. Kolar schist belt.
ii. Kadiri schist belt.
iii. Jonnagiri schist belt(less)
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2. Gandhi: a biography.
3. Gandhi and his mind.
4. Views of Gandhi.
5. Gandhi on various subjects.
Vol. II: Preface.
1. Gandhi on women issues.
2. Gandhi on freedom and democracy.
3. Gandhi on world.
4. Gandhi on Karma and Dharma.
5. Gandhi on labour and wealth.
6. Gandhi on social issues.
Vol. III: Preface.
1. Political views of Gandhi.
2. Gandhian philosophy.
3. Gandhi's work in brief.
4. The Gospel of Swadeshi.
Vol. IV: Preface.
1. Associates of Mahatma Gandhi.
2. Famous speeches.
3. Civil disobedience.
4. Village economy.
Vol. V: Preface.
1. Gandhi on economy.
2. Writings of Gandhi.
3. FAQs about Gandhi.
4. Gandhian meaning of education.
5. Gandhian aims of education.
6. Gandhian experiments on education in India.
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8. Gandhi on students and teachers.
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Ghalib's apologia--or 'Maazeratnaama'. 4.
The living legend of Urdu poetry. 5.
Mirza Ghalib ki Shayeri. 6.
Ghazals of Mirza Ghalib. 7.
Poems of Mirza Ghalib. 8.
Mirza Ghalib's Shair. Bibliography.
1. Selected couplets of Mirza Ghalib.
2. Ghalib : a review of translations.
3. Ghazals with verses of Mirza Ghalib.
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