The Numismatic Chronicle by John Yonge Akerman,Sir John Evans,William Sandys Wright Vaux,Frederic William Madden,Barclay Vincent Head,Herbert Appold Grueber,Edward James Rapson,Oliver Codrington,Sir George Francis Hill,George Cyril Brooke Summary
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The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Numismatic Society by N.A Summary
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Chronicle of Lost Empire by MALA MUKHERJEE Summary
A historical fantasy set in the backdrop of Nalanda and the end of Gupta Empire depicts the horror of Hun invasion, and power struggle between smaller kingdoms in an alternate universe bounded by magical reality. During the political turmoil, a prince vouchsafed to save Magadha from foreign invasion with the help of Nalanda's intellectual teachers and their secret knowledge of Celestial Weapons. However, palace intrigues compelled him to renounce his claim to the throne and he embraced the life of austerity for a greater cause. Unaware of the baffling power of his enemies, the young prince entrapped in the political rivalry of Chandraketugarh and found love in an unexpected way. His journey to Nalanda unfolded many secrets of the ancient university that changed his destiny forever. Under the guidance of his mentor, eminent alchemist Budhaditya he overcame all odds and reached his goal; but just before the final battle, he faced the dilemma of choosing duty over love. This is the first part of a Trilogy. This story is purely fictional, based on imagination, not on historical facts and figures. Any similarities of events or characters, in reality, is purely coincidental and not made to insult any individual or group.
The Penguin History of Early India by Romila Thapar Summary
A Largely Rewritten Version Of A Classic History Of Early India Concerned Not Only With The Past But Also With The Interaction Of The Past And The Present. Romila Thapar S Penguin History Of Early India Brings To Life Many Centuries Of The Indian Past. Dynastic History Provides A Chronological Frame But The Essential Thrust Of The Book Is The Explanation Of The Changes In Society And Economy. The Mutation Of Religious Beliefs And Practices, The Exploration Of Areas Of Knowledge In Which India Excelled, Its Creative Literature, Are All Woven Into A Historical Context. In This Version, The Opening Chapters Explain How The Interpretations Of Early Indian History Have Changed. Further, Although The Diversity Of Sources And Their Readings Are Well Known, Nevertheless, This Narrative Provides Fresh Readings And Raises New Questions. Romila Thapar Gives A Vivid And Nuanced Picture Of The Rich Mosaic Of Varied Landscapes, Languages, Kingdoms And Beliefs, And The Interaction Between These That Went Into The Making Of A Remarkable Civilization.
NDA 10 Years English & General Knowledge Topic Wise Solved Papers (2010-2019) by Career Point Kota Summary
Whenever a student decides to prepare for any examination, her/his first and foremost curiosity is about the type of questions that he/she has to face. Keeping this in mind, we present before you this book containing date wise and shift wise all 10 years solved papers of NDA Paper - 2 with answer and solutions to majority of questions. Solutions to the questions are not just sketch rather have been written in such a manner that the students will be able to understand the application of concept and can answer some other related questions too. Salient features of the book are - Covers all 10 papers of NDA Paper - 2 Detailed Errorless Solutions for self-evaluation We firmly believe that the book in this form will definitely help a genuine, hardworking student for upcoming NDA Exam . We have tried our best to keep errors out of this book. Comment and criticism from readers will be highly appreciated and incorporated in the subsequent edition. We wish to utilize the opportunity to place on record our special thanks to all team members of Content Development for their efforts to make this wonderful book. Career Point Ltd.
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland by N.A Summary
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History of the Commerce of Sind, from Early Times to 1526 A.D. by C. L. Mariwalla Summary
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Yadavas Through the Ages, from Ancient Period to Date by J. N. Singh Yadav Summary
The Yadus or Yadavas had been one of the five Janas of the ancient India. They played an important part in the field of culture, religion, philosophy, history and development of the sub-continent. They gave thinkers like Yadu, Krishna, his philosophy of Gita, of action and devotion; Neminatha, the twenty-second tirthankara of the Jainas; mighty empires, new pastures upto the Central Asia for the advancement of religion, culture and arts. They carried the vedic ideology and culture to the farthest point of South India. They contributed significantly to the cultural advancement of the North equally, patronised art and culture, defended the country from the foreign onslaughts and established republican system of governance much before the Greeks. They constructed strong forts magnificent palaces, places of worship, canals, dams and roads founded cities and capitals, cultivated new pastures and introduced a system of agriculture and animal husbandry. They were the defenders of various faiths and the country. The Yadavas have been known by different nominatures or sub-names, such as Cholas, Cheras, Haihayas, Satvatas, Andhakas, Vrsnis, Tundikeras, Pandyas, Kalacuris, Rastrakutas, Jadejas, Palas, Guptas, Abhiras, Ahiras, Idiyans, Wodeyars, Pallavas, Hoysalas, etc., etc. It has been a riddle for the scholars to recognize all these branches of this great community and to give a comprehensive and connected account of the Yadavas of different regions and times. This study is the first attempt to delineate a comprehensive history of the Yadavas from ancient times up to, the modern period. It is a concentrated effort to trace the historical origin of the Yadavas, their expansion, their place in the polity, society and culture, their contribution to different aspects of socia, cultural and agriculture, political and cultural life and trade and industry of the sub-continent. The author after a deep and concentrated study of the Vedas, the Puranas, the Upanisadas, mythology, history and allied literature has produced this scientific study of a people who constitute the single largest community of India. Though the Yadavas have adopted many religions, and even castes, this study focuses its lens mainly on the Yadavas who are 'Hindus'. The area of the study has been mainly the political boundaries of India, though, at times, these have been crossed whenever it was necessary for the topic. The present work is a pioneer study of the subject and shall inspire scholars to use it as a source and reference book.
The Felt Community by Rajat Kanta Ray,Professor and Head of the Department of History Rajat Kanta Ray Summary
This study of the pre-history of Indian nationalism examines a relatively unexplored field of study in Indian history. It uses a novel perspective, at least in Indian historiography: the study of emotions, feelings, and sentiments as bonds in the construction of a 'felt community' before the emergence of modern Indian nationalism. The author argues that the nation might be construed by modernity but it is likely to be rooted in older sentiments and ideas. The book addresses questions about Indian identity in the aftermath of the demolition of the Babri Masjid. Although a historical work based on primary sources, it has a political and current relevance for the national states in the Indian subcontinent. It historicizes inter-community relations beyond the rubric of mere communalism, which is what most other writers do. This study will interest historians, sociologists, political scientists, and the general reader.