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Encyclopaedia of South Asia; 15 Volumes / Kumar, Satinder
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Encyclopaedia of South Asia; 15 Volumes
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  Book ID : 20495
  ISBN-10 : 81-261-1300-6 / 8126113006
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-261-1300-2 / 9788126113002
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2002
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  4846p., 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Bangladesh: 1. Historical development. 2. Political parties and electoral system. 3. Administration and justice. 4. International relations. Vol.2: Bangladesh: 1. Religion and politics. 2. Bangladesh economy. 3. Society and sociology. 4. Civilization and culture. Vol.3: Bhutan: 1. Pre-historic Bhutan. 2. The advent of Buddhism and its development. 3. Lama administration in Bhutan. 4. The British and Bhutan politics. 5. Kingship in Bhutan. 6. Emergence of modern Bhutan since 1947. 7. Crisis and consolidation of monarchy and monarchs. Vol.4: Bhutan: 1. The political system and public policy. 2. Growth of administrative system and democratisation. 3. Governing system. 4. Constitutional system and National Political Institutions. 5. Political changes in Bhutan: the nature and direction. 6. Bhutan and the world. Vol.5: Bhutan: 1. Bhutan and SAARC. 2. Relations with neighbours. Socio-economic and cultural system: 3. Socio-economic development. 4. Bhutanese social structure. 5. Economic development. 6. Political economy. 7. Cultural system. Vol.6: India: I. Historical development: 1. Historicity of ancient India. 2. Origin and development of Muslim rule in India. 3. British rule in India. 4. Struggle for freedom (1914-1947). II. Politics and administrative system: 5. The nature of political organisation in ancient India. 6. State and administration in mediaeval India. 7. Genesis of the British administration and constitutional development. 8. The Indian federal state and its future. Vol.7: India: 1. India’s foreign policy. 2. A nuclear strategy for India. 3. Social organization in ancient India. 4. Religion and philosophy in ancient India. 5. Socio-religious system in medieval India. 6. State of religion and society in modern India. 7. Women’s status in contemporary India. 8. Economic life in ancient India. 9. Economic life in medieval India. Vol.8: India: 1. Economic life in the British India. 2. The Indian economy: looking ahead. 3. Art and architecture in ancient India. 4. Islamic impact on Indian art and architecture. 5. Art, architecture, music and dance in the British India. 6. Educational system and literature in ancient India. 7. Education literature and the sciences under Muslim rule. 8. Education, literature and science in modern India. Vol.9: Nepal: 1. Peoples and polity. 2. Political communication: the nerve of polity. 3. Political fragmentation. 4. Political leaders and Parliament. 5. Role perception of MPs from both houses of Parliament. 6. Political Parties and the Parliamentary Process in Nepal: a study of the transitional phase. 7. National and local problems: views of political parties. 8. Political parties and its performance. 9. Characteristics and attitude of parties towards Parliament. 10. Relations between Nepal and South India: on 12-13 century. 11. Republican state: continuity and change. 12. A royal festival: the Indra Jatra. 13. Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park: conservation for sustainable development. 14. Social determinants of marriage. 15. Nisyangte of Manag: the social change and status emulation. 16. Social history in Nepal. 17. Social indicators and industrial unrest. 18. The socialization process: means of civic competence. 19. The Stupa of Ksemamkara. Vol.10: Nepal: 20. The Badi: a prostitution communities. 21. Consolidation of imperial power. 22. Constituency demands and Government responses. 23. Customs, manners and ceremonies. 24. Electoral system. 25. Factionalism: a curse or a blessing in disguise? 26. Goddess Taleju Bhavani. 27. Human resource planning. 28. Legislator’s attitude on foreign policy. 29. Nationalistic feeling. 30. Nepal-India bilateral relations. 31. Nepalese Kingship. 32. Nepalese Parliament. 33. Pal influences on medieval Buddhist art in Nepal. 34. The pattern of development in Nepal: a new conceptual framework and a historical analysis. Vol.11: Pakistan: 1. History and politics of Pakistan. 2. Jinnah and emergence of Pakistan. 3. Political parties: development and participation. 4. Islamisation of state: theory and practice. 5. The constitution of Pakistan: composition and crisis. 6. Foreign policy. Vol.12: Pakistan: 1. Government and politics. 2. Army in politics. 3. Social system: composition and transformation. 4. Development of Pakistani economy. 5. Heritage of Pakistan culture. 6. Human rights in political discourse. Vol.13: Sri Lanka: 1. Historical development. 2. The Anuradhapura Kingdom. 3. The Polonnaruva Kingdom. 4. The Portuguese (AD 1500-1658). 5. The Dutch (AD 1658-1798). 6. The British rule in Sri Lanka. Vol.14: Sri Lanka: 1. System of politics: fragmentation and reforms. 2. Constitutional reforms and electoral politics. 3. Party politics and political organisation. 4. System of administration and justice. 5. International relation. 6. History of economic development. 7. Planning and economic development. Vol.15: Sri Lanka: 1. Trades and industries. 2. Economic and social development. 3. Socio-cultural life. 4. The plurality of society in Sri Lanka. 5. The Tamil problem. 6. Religions. 7. Literature and arts.
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South Asia possesses significant place in the annals of human history. Bounded by Middle Asia and mighty Himalayan range in the north, gulf countries and Arabian Sea in the west, vast Indian Ocean in south and Bay of Bengal and Myanmar in the east, South Asia is strategically located on the world map. Many ancient civilizations and great world religions originated and flourished in South Asia. Ancient civilizations like Harappa and Indus Valley, and great religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism are to account among these. The region is also unique demographically, racially, religiously, economically, socio-culturally and politically. A large segment of world population inhabits in South Asia. Though grouped under ‘developing countries’ manifested by many problems—poverty, hunger, overpopulation, unemployment, political instability, insurgency and social turmoil, health hazards, etc. rich biodiversity, climatic variations, exotic fauna and flora, mineral and marine resources, abode of many autochthones, and a hot bed of world politics and economy are some of the salient features of the region. Encyclopaedia of South Asia (in fifteen volumes) is designed to present the region in new perspective. Arranged country-wise alphabetically the succinct information gathered herein is drawn from the writings of various scholars of eminence. Volumes first and second deal with Bangladesh, a rather newly emerged nation-state among the comity of nations. Study of Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, the land of Dragon, comprises the subject matter of volumes three to five. India, the biggest country of the South Asia having second largest population share in the world and successful democratic republic is given elaborate treatment in three volumes, i.e. volumes six to eight. Himalayan monarchical Democracy of Nepal is portrayed in multidisciplinary way in two volumes. Islamic country Pakistan is given competent treatment in further two volumes eleven and twelve. In the last three volumes the island country of Sri Lanka is portrayed multifacetedly under twenty chapters. Thus, the wide yet panoramic coverage of different countries of South Asia presented in this work will prove of reliable reference value to the scholars, policy makers and laymen equally. Efforts are made to collate latest and well researched material.
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