Ambedkar on case law. 2.
Ambedkar notes on Acts and laws. 3.
Indian legal systems and Ambedkar. Bibliography.
Index. "Ambedkar is the Father of the Constitution of India.
Constitutions are the primary law of the countries. That is so in any nation.
Constitution is the foundation on which every institution and all laws are based. The new ones must spring, and all other institutions and laws, the old and existing ones must be in conformity with, to survive, exist and be applicable and enforceable.
For many with some ideological reservations or caste considerations, rise some mental blocks to concede this in public. Assuming he is not the Father of the Indian Constitution, he cannot be brushed aside, as the Constitution of India is intrinsically associated with him, he was for years involved whole time with it, during its framing.
So he is the framer of the Constitution of India? Perhaps not. The(less)
Sandal wood/chandan: Santalum album Linn. 2.
Neem: Azadirachta indica Juss. 3.
Manchadi/coral wood: Adenanthera pavonina Linn. 4.
Strychine tree/Nux-Vomica: Strychnos-nux-vomica Linn. 5.
Red sanders: Pterocarpus santalinus Linn. 6.
Flame of the forest/Dhak or Palas: Butea monosperma Lam./Butea frondosa Koen.
/Erythrina monosperma Lam. 7.
Oroxylum: Oroxylum indicum (L). vent.
/Bignonia indica Linn. 8.
Saitan tree/Saithan: Alstonia scholaris Linn./Echites scholaris Linn.
9. Indian Gooseberry/Amla: Phyllanthus emblica Linn.
/Emblica officianalis Gaertn. 10.
Grewia: Grewia tilifolia Vahl. 11.
Arjun: Terminalia arjuna Roxb./Pentaptera arjuna Roxb.
12. Belleric Myrobalan/Bahera: Terminalia bellerica Roxb.
/Myrobalans bellerica Gaertn. 13.
Chebulic Myrobalan/Harra: Terminalia chebula Retz. 14.
Bael: Aegle marmelos (L). Corr.
15. Coomb teak or Gmelina/Gumhar: Gmelina arborea Roxb.
16. Indian Beach/Karanj: Pongamia pinnata Vent.
/Pongamia pinnata (L). Pierre.
17. Tamarind/Imli: Tamarindus indica Linn.
18. Kutch Tree/Khair: Aacacia catechu (L.
) Willd./Mimosa catechu Linn.
19. Drumstick Tree/Sajina: Moringa oleifera.
20. Nutmeg/Jathiphal: Myristica ragrans Houtt.
21. East Indian Walnut/Safed Siris: Albizia lebbeck (L.
) Willd./Mimosa lebbeck Linn.
The microbiological population of the soil. 2.
Specific microorganisms in the soil. 3.
Residue decomposition in soils and in composts. 4.
Soil microorganisms and formation of soil humus. 5.
Microbial decomposition and carbon dioxide. 6.
Microbes of soil in nitrate formation and reduction. 7.
Nonsymbiotic nitrogen fixation of soil. 8.
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation by soil microbes. 9.
Soil microorganisms in mineral transformation. 10.
Higher plants and soil microorganisms. 11.
Associated antagonistic effects of soil microbes. 12.
Role of soil microorganisms in soil fertility. "The book takes a deep account of The Microbiological Population of the Soil and Specific Microorganisms in the Soil.
Composts form the humus of soil so composting and decomposition of the organic matter is the soul area of soil microbiology. Chapters like Residue Decomposition in soils and in composts soil microorganisms and formation of soil humus and microbial decomposition and carbon dioxide deal widely with the process of composting(less)
Economic views of Gandhi. 2.
Gandhi's View on labour and wealth. 3.
Gandhi on Swadeshi. 4.
Mahatma on village economy. Bibliography.
Index. "Today 60 years after the assassination of Gandhi and more than eight decades after the publication of Hind Swaraj many concerned Indians, from India's heterogeneous citizenry, are slowly and intentionally calling for the acceptance of the concepts explained in his pamphlet as an alternative development model.
In particular, the moral values which Gandhi practically illustrated in his community-oriented experiments in agriculture are persistently advanced as profound and credible answers to the ever-intensifying crisis now confronting India. An awareness of Gandhi's Philosophy in national planning and transformation of an agricultural society has not been totally absent in India during the post-independence years.
As the author had demonstrated, especially through exploration of current experiments and writings of Indian economists and planners, the contrary holds true. This book makes an in-depth study of(less)
1. Background of Tantra.
2. Tantra and Veda.
3. Buddhist Tantra and Hindu Tantra.
4. Principles of Tantra philosophy.
7. Diksa and Yantra.
8. Schools of Tantra.
9. Tantra Sadhana.
10. Tantra and science.
"In quest of identity and destiny man discovered philosophy and religion. In search of realization of philosophical truth and religious summum bunum of life Lord Siva expounded scientific and mystic tradition known as Tantra.
Tantra forms the esoteric basis of all religion and provides sound philosophical foundation of spirituality. This book presents an indepth analysis and reflection of the root concepts of Tantra such as Kundalini, Mantra and Yantra.
Tantra provides an esoteric and physiological significance of Pancamakara Sadhana. Tantra believes that poison that kills a man when scientifically cultured by physician it becomes the elixir of life.
Sex when sublimated, it opens the door for salvation. Tantra is a(less)
1. Nirvana, Moksha or liberation.
2. Existence of the soul.
3. The path of Nirvana or liberation.
4. Karmas and their fruits.
6. Why Jainism and Buddhism are the same? "Jainism is older than Buddhism.
Vardhaman Mahavira, the last Tirthankara of the Jainas was the contemporary of Gautama Buddha. The sects organised by the two leaders flourished for centuries together, before and after the Christian era.
Although there were differences in the conduct of their monks in as much as the Jaina saints remained naked and the Buddhist monks wore cloths, there were closer resemblances between the two. This book on Jaino-Buddhist religion places stress on the common factors on the religious life of the Jaina and Buddhists.
On comparing the literature of both, the writer has come to the conclusion that coming in close association each sect has either borrowed from the other or both have(less)
Developmental Paediatrics. 2.
Nutrition and Nutritional Disorders. 3.
Preventive Paediatrics. 4.
General Consideration in the Care of Sick Children. 5.
Prenatal Disturbances. 6.
New-born in Health and Disease. 7.
Babies of Low Birth Weight. 8.
Inborn Errors of Metabolism. 9.
Acute Rheumatic Fever and Chorea. 10.
Immunity and Infectious Diseases. 11.
Digestive System. 12.
Diseases of the Liver and Biliary System. 13.
Respiratory System. 14.
Cardiovascular System. 15.
Diseases of the Blood. 16.
The Kidney and Urinary Tracts. 18.
Metabolic Disorders. 19.
Diseases of the Endocrine Glands. 20.
Gynaecological Problems. 21.
Nervous System. 22.
Common Orthopaedic Problems. 23.
Paediatric Ophthalmology. 24.
Affections of Nose, Throat and Ear. 25.
Special Diagnostic Procedures. Selecting and Interpreting Laboratory Investigations.
"This book is an updated version of Robinson and Prasad’s Textbook of Paediatrics. The book focusses attention on recent developments in paediatrics, especially related to infectious diseases, nutritional disorder, genetic abnormalities.
In addition, a(less)
The production function. 2.
Production with one variable input. 3.
Production with two variable inputs. 4.
Producer's choice of optimal combination of inputs. 5.
Homogeneous production functions. 6.
Empirical production functions. 7.
Production function of a multiproduct firm. 8.
Mathematical appendix. 9.
Selected problems. 11.
References. "Traditional theory of economics has been formulated in mathematical terms and an increasing application of mathematical methods to nearly every branch of economics is increasingly witnessed.
Mathematical economics has become an integral part of the syllabi in economics at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Students of economics are also becoming acquainted with mathematics and are learning to use it in economics.
Several new textbooks on mathematical treatment of micro-economics have been published but they do scant justice to the beginners by devoting only a few pages to the economic analysis of mathematical formulation. The basic problem is that of teaching economics in mathematical terms.
Tantric hedonism of Mahanadi Valley. 2.
Yogic development in Mahanadi Valley, evolved erotic mysticism. 3.
Mahanadi Valley was not bereaved of Lajja Garu Cult. 4.
Epitomic Hatha Yogic, Tantric sculptural masterpiece of India. 5.
From sex to salvation. 6.
Kosali style of temple architecture. 7.
Significance of three Tantric temples at Baud. 8.
Tantric influence of temple architecture of Mahanadi Valley. Visuals.
Appendix: Translation of "Pancasayaka". Glossary.
"Man has the quality of plunge, dive and strike to the inner moods through Tantric Yoga for self-realization. Tantra is a parallel cultivation of the Vedic wisdom through which India reached its topmost zenith.
Based on the dual conception of creation, with the participation of "Siva" and "Sakti", the germinator and the nurturer respectively, Tantra is a highly complex system of philosophical thought. The Vedic rsis discovered the yoga of sexual transformation to raise the Kundalini which symbolizes woman as(less)
Identifying nanotechnology. 3.
Laboratory methods. 4.
Apocalyptic Nanotechnology. 5.
Revolutionary nanotechnology. 6.
Replicators and nanotechnology. 7.
Nanotechnology and cancer. 8.
Nanotechnology and dialysis. 10.
Implication of nanotechnology. 11.
Genetics and nanotechnology. 12.
"There has been rapid progress in Nanoscience over the last few years, particularly in the area of miniaturization. The present title Modern Concepts in Nanotechnology is the first scientifically detailed description of developments that will revolutionize most of the industrial processes and products currently in use.
This ground breaking work draws on physics and chemistry to establish basic concepts and analytical tools and thus only it provides an indispensable introduction to the emerging field of Nanoscience, Scientific research is the ultimate tool in pushing forward the limit of understanding. But, as with any tool, research is only powerful if used properly, and to its full effects.
The more we learn, the more we discover(less)
The Vedanta Sutras of Narayana Gurum : With an English Translation of the Original Sanskrit and Commentary
In bringing to life the daily dramas, the struggles in the trenches, the battles with insatiable inner demons and impossible external odds on the journey to achievement, it enumerates, in wise words, the five qualities that entrepreneurs necessarily possess. For everyone who dares to dream big, this book will change your life(less)
Biological War: 1. Biological warfare.
2. Biological threat and Atomic Bomb.
3. Threat created by bioweapons.
4. Airborne diseases.
5. Foodborne and waterborne diseases.
6. Soilborne diseases.
7. Physical control.
8. Chemical control.
10. Biological challenge.
11. Regulatory environment.
12. Sensitive information.
II. Biological Agents: 1.
Agents of biological diseases. 3.
Laboratory requirements. 4.
Medical management. 5.
Disease control and prevention. 6.
Emerging diseases. 8.
Virulence detection. 9.
Ebola and other viral hemorrhagic fevers. 15.
Human Hepatitis. Index.
Biological Weapons: 1. Introduction.
2. Biological weapons.
3. Biological weapons program.
4. Evolution of biological weapons.
5. Security and threat.
6. Homeland security.
7. Threat of biological weapons.
8. Changing face of the war.
9. Wound healing.
10. Genomic weapons.
11. Biological weapons capabilities.
12. Rare strategies.
13. Biological terrorism.
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