The Aryans. 2.
The Vedas of the Aryans. 3.
The nature of Vedic Gods. 4.
A classified account of the Vedic Gods. 5.
The sacrifices of the Aryans. 6.
The prayers of the Aryans. 7.
The message of the Rgveda. Readings from the Veda: 1.
The Rgveda. 2.
The Samaveda. 3.
The Yajurveda. 4.
The Atharvaveda. Appendices: 1.
Traditions concerning the origin of the Vedas. 2.
The metres of the Vedas. 3.
Vedic Sanskrit. 4.
The contents of the Rgveda. 5.
The contents of the Yajurveda. 6.
The contents of the Samaveda. 7.
The contents of the Atharvaveda. Bibliography.
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1. Introduction and basics.
2. Animal residues.
3. Agricultural residues, tree wastes, green manure and urban wastes.
4. Agro-industrial byproducts.
5. Canning and food processing wastes.
6. Organic wastes from fermentation industries their uses.
7. Tannery sludges in agriculture.
8. Rock phosphate, basic slag and fly ash.
9. Organic agriculture.
10. Composting of organic wastes.
11. Underground biodiversity and biofertilizer.
12. Symbiotic nitrogen fixation in legumes.
13. Frankia - non legume symbiotic association.
14. Production technology for Azolla - a biofertilizer for rice.
15. Asymbiotic nitrogen fixation - azotobacter and others.
16. Azospirillum as biofertiliser.
17. Bluegreen algae as biofertilizer.
18. Phosphorus solubilizing microorganisms as biofertilizer.
19. Mycorrhizae as bio-fertilizer.
20. Production technology for Biofertilizers.
21. Methods and culture media.
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