1. Ustad Ali Akbar Khan (Sarod).
2. Ustad Amjad Ali Khan (Saroad).
Balamuralikrishna (Karnatic vocal). 4.
Late Begum Akhtar (Vocal). 5.
Pt. Bhimsen Joshi (Hindustani vocal).
6. Sri Bimal Mukherji, I.
(Retd. ) (Sitar).
7. Ustad Bismillah Khan (Shahnai).
Chintamani Raghunath Vyas (Hindustani vocal ). 9.
Pt. Dinkar Kaikini (Hindustani vocal).
10. Late Pt.
Krishna Gundopant Ginde ("Chhottoo") (Hindustani vocal). 11.
Smt. Girija Devi (Hindustani classical, semi and light classical).
12. His holiness Acharya Gokulotsav Maharaj (Hindustani vocal).
Hanuman Misra (Sarangi). 14.
Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasiya (Bansuri).
15. Late Smt.
Hirabai Barodekar (Hindustani vocal). 16.
Pt. Jasraj (Hindustani vocal).
17. Late Jon Higgins "Bhagavatar" (Karnatic vocal).
Kishan Maharaj (Tabla). 19.
Smt. Kishori Amonkar (Hindustani vocal).
20. Late Kumar Gandharva (Hindustani vocal).
U. Srinivas (Karnatic –Mandolin).
22. Late Pt.
Mallikarjun Mansur (Hindustani vocal). 23.
Late Maharajapuram Santhanam (Karnatic vocal). 24.
Conservation and use of tropical fruit species diversity in Asia: IPGRI's contributions/Bhag Mal, V. Ramanatha Rao, R.
K. Arora and Percy E.
Temperate fruit crops/A. Sofi, M.
K. Verma, R.
K. Verma and H.
Prakash and M.R.
The genus musa (Banana and plantains)/S. Uma and S.
Temperate and sub-tropical vegetables/D. Ram, Mathura Rai and Major Singh.
6. Tropical vegetable crops/K.
Swamy and A.T.
Tropical tuber crops/M.S.
Palaniswami and Shirly Raichal Anil. 8.
Orchids of Western Ghats, India/C. Sathish Kumar and S.
Conservation of spices genetic resources through in vitro conservation and cryopreservation/K. Nirmal Babu, S.
P. Geetha, D.
Minoo, G. Yamuna, K.
Ravindran and K.V.
Saji and K. Johnson George.
11. Ginger and Turmeric/B.
Tree spices/B. Krishnamoorthy, J.
Rema and P.A.
Cardamoms/J. Thomas, K.
J. Madhusoodanan and V.
2. Western impact and the Muslim responses.
3. The Muslim institute-foundation and objectives.
4. Ideological orientation.
Index. "Contemporary Islamic response to the West is a valuable book written by Dr.
Abdul Majid Khan. He has very painstakingly, and with competence, investigated the problem a tricky one, indeed and evaluated the contributions of many leading Muslim thinkers to it.
He begins, naturally enough, with Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and Iqbal and goes on through Maulana Maudoodi, Syed Qutb and Shariati to Dr. Kalim Siddiqui.
The views of all these thinkers are worth pondering because of the complexity of the problems involved in their political and ideological ramifications. If we believe in the perennial wisdom and practicality of the Islamic world-view and tenets of faith we should apply ourselves with firmness of conviction and lucidity of logic to see how best we can come to terms with the(less)
The Fire and the Rain/Girish Karnad. 2.
Aramba Chekkan/Kavalam Narayana Panikkar. 3.
Rudali/Usha Ganguli. 4.
The Wooden Cart/Tripurari Sharma. 5.
Tara/Mahesh Dattani. 6.
Routes and Escape Routes/Datta Bhagat. Glossary.
"India has one of the world’s richest theater traditions. In Drama Contemporary: India, Erin Mee gathers six modern plays from across the country that demonstrate the vitality of Indian theater today.
This volume focuses specifically on contemporary plays written in the last five to fourteen years. Written from different perspectives and in different styles, each of the plays addresses issues facing modern India.
Both Girish Karnad’s The Fire and the Rain and K.N.
Panikkar’s Aramba Chekkan belong to the "theater of roots" movement. Usha Ganguli’s Rudali is linked to the women’s theater movement, and the Wooden Cart by Tripurari Sharma, though not a street theater piece, comes out of that tradition.
Routes and Escape Routes by Datta Bhagat belongs to the Dalit Sahitya(less)
Career Mapping. 2.
Interview Technique. 3.
Retention Management. 9.
Absenteeism Management. 10.
Hiring and Firing Technique. 11.
Happiness Quotient. 12.
Metamorphosis in HRM. 13.
HR Calculation. 14.
Social Security Benefits. 15.
Face Reading. 16.
Chanakya Niti. 17.
Exit Interview. Bibliography.
Globally, the corporate experts are putting in their best efforts to research, reinnovate and redefine the tools, techniques and concepts of business management to provide customized services and improve the efficiency level of employees. Apart from these tolls, techniques and concepts of business management, there is a need to understand other things that can strengthen professional acumen and can improve competencies.
It is necessary to have a career map in hand to make the right choice. Nowadays, the hot topics in management are interview techniques, retention of employees, absenteeism management, mentoring strategies, brainstorming steps, loyalty concepts and counseling techniques.
All these can(less)
1. Gram Swaraj: Gandhi's vision, ground realities and new initiatives/R.
P. Misra and Srikumar Chattopadhyay.
2. Gandhi in the globalised context/N.
Individual and society: the Gandhian perspective/Saroj Malik. 4.
The Gandhian concept of democracy/A.N.
The essence of Gandhian economics/Jai Narain Sharma. 6.
Gandhi's concept of decentralisation: an analysis/M. Maharajan.
7. Gandhian economics with reference to poverty and unemployment/Anil Bhuimali.
8. Scope and significance of Swadeshi under globalization/M.
9. Globalisation and human resource management/Hassan Rangriz.
10. Sustainable development: Gandhian perspective/Saroj Malik.
11. Value crisis and the way out for world peace/P.
Building culture of peace: role of peace education and conflict resolution/D.N.
Gandhi's message of non-violence to the violent world/Manish Sharma. 14.
Relevance of Gandhi/Ashu Pasricha. Index.
"In the present state of affairs, world is in search of an alternative. Gandhian alternative can provide solution to contemporary problems such as unemployment, unequal distribution of wealth,(less)
Scripture: 1. Sri Guru Granth Sahib: Ecumenical with holistic message.
2. Vision of universal humanhood: Sri Guru Gobind Singhji.
II. Identity: 3.
Early Sikh faith: counter-religious movements and identity formation; struggle for identity continues (1985-1995). III.
Specific Themes: 5. Guru Nanak Devji's concept of creation.
8. Suffering and death.
IV. Inter Faith dialogue: 9.
Guru Nanak Devji and inter faith dialogue. 10.
Development of 'inter-religious dialogue' in India with special reference to contribution of the Sikhs. Bibliography.
"The ten essays in this volume are divided into four parts. In part one, the first essay deals with the Sikh scriptures, second essay discusses in detail, the vision and mission of universal humanhood of Sri Guru Gobind Singhji.
In part two, the essays deals with 'Sikh Identity', and show that till today the struggle for identity is continuing. Part three contains four essays dealing with the Sikh concepts of creation,(less)
Detection of emerging high risk pathogens in dairy foods by recent PCR based techniques and their application in dairy industry/V.K.
Principal of ultrafiltration and its application in food processing/Dharampal. 3.
Techniques for long term preservation of microorganisms/Rameshwar Singh. 4.
Application of hurdle technology in development of shelf stable foods/G.R.
Bioconversion of lignocellulosic feeds in the Rumen of Dairy animals/D.N.
Accelerated ripening of cheese using starter adjuncts/D.N.
Gandhi and Ritu Rana. 7.
Statistical methods for quality control standardization of milk and milk products/D.K.
Structure and stability of proteins from hyperthermophiles: adaptation at molecular level/Jai K. Kaushik.
9. Biological detoxification of aflatoxin in foods and feeds/Kishan Singh and A.
10. Advances in microbiology and technology of Yoghurt/S.
11. Biodiversity and typing of pathogenic bacteria/S.
Developing an effective HACCP plan based on rapid microbiological methods/S.K.
Probiotic cheese - a novel concept/Latha Sabiki(less)
2. Delhi overview: Santosh Nair.
3. Kolkata overview: Sudarshan Chakravorty.
4. Ideas and issues.
5. Dance, dramas and ballets.
6. Folk forms.
7. Festivals of choreography.
8. Dance beyond borders.
9. Dance and digital media.
“It is well known that Indian classical dances, rooted in deep traditions, came virtually into their own after the nation’s independence. But the process had begun in the 1930’s gathered momentum soon and received ample revitalization within next half a century.
Interestingly, it was in the 1930s, too, that modern dance-based on contemporary sensibilities-also burst upon the scene. Inspired by the western sources, but consolidated by Uday Shankar and his ardent disciples, many exciting dance styles have emerged which depend primarily on their practitioners.
The collective corpus of their work is seen here through an analytical eye, in dialogue with the dancers, so as not to miss their own creative viewpoints(less)
Moving from Addis Ababa to New York City and back again, Cutting for Stone is an unforgettable story of love and betrayal, medicine and ordinary miracles--and two brothers whose fates are forever intertwined(less)
The Barbarians and the mule/Moazzam Sheikh. 2.
Papa's girl/Soniah Naheed Kamal. 3.
The door is open/Zubair Ahmed. 4.
If truth be told/Javed Shaheen. 5.
Barriers that remained/Vali Ram Vallabh. 6.
The dying sun/Syed Afzal Haider. 7.
Feeqa's death/Nadir Ali. 9.
A letter from India/Intizar Husain. 10.
In his own time/Talat Abbasi. 11.
Spots/Zahur-ul-Haq Sheikh. 12.
Mangoes in the time of winter/Aush Lal. 13.
The squatter/Asad Mohammad Khan. 14.
The tie that binds/Faiza Rana. 14.
The home-bound/Asif Farrukhi. 15.
Old men/Asadullah Ghazanfar. 16.
The buffalo/Sorayya Khan. 17.
Hieroglyphics/Fahmida Riaz. 18.
Paths/Azra Waqar. Notes on contributors.
"A letter from India brings together the best short fiction by some of the most important voices of Pakistani literature. Refreshing in their style and diverse in their themes, these stories--in English, and translated from Urdu and Punjabi--reflect a move away from nationalism and parochialism as they examine issues of identity, sexuality, individual freedom and interpersonal(less)
1. Play as performance: a circle of theatrical communication/Ravi Chaturvedi.
2. Interpreting the play/Tanuja Mathur.
3. The curious journey of the Indian drama in English/Jasbir Jain.
4. Retreating into tribal mansions: race and religion in plays written by Parsi Zoroastrians in India/Nilufer E.
The bold and the meek/Ranbir Sinh. 6.
Immigrant spaces: Uma Parameswaran and Sadhu Binning/Supriya Agarwal. 7.
Re-constructing the past and critiquing the present: Mahasweta Devi's plays/Bandana Chakrabarty. 8.
Gender crossings: Vijay Tendulkar's deconstructive Axis in Sakharam Binder, Kamala and Kanyadaan/Sudha Rai. 9.
'Viewing' women: an exploration of Ezekiel's plays/Shaila Mahan. 10.
Girish Karnad: tying beginnings to ends/Sridhar Rajeswaran. 11.
Locating Bakhtinian Carnival in Girish Karnad's Hayavadana and Naga-Mandala/Sudha Shastri and Amith Kumar P.V.
12. The not-so-gay 'Gay' plays of Mahesh Dattani/Nidhi Singh.
13. Dramatic structures in Mahesh Dattani's Tara and final solutions/Charu Mathur.
14. Building a great tradition/Chaman Ahuja interviews Girish Karnad.
15. The fugue of experience:(less)
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