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Mahasenasiri: Riches of Indian Archaeological and Cultural Studies; 2 Volumes (A Felicitation Volume in Honour of Dr. I.K. Sarma) / Reddy, P. Chenna (Ed.)
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Mahasenasiri: Riches of Indian Archaeological and Cultural Studies; 2 Volumes (A Felicitation Volume in Honour of Dr. I.K. Sarma)
Reddy, P. Chenna (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 30586
  ISBN-10 : 81-88934-38-0 / 8188934380
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2006
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  Langauage : English
  xlviii+306p., 307-316p., Figs., Tables, Maps, Plts., 29 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Section I: Archaeology; 1. A Global Perspective of Indian Palaeoart; 2. Field Techniques in Archaeological Survey of India; 3. Stone Age Cultures and Indian Tradition; 4. Ochre Coloured Pottery: Further Investigations into Its Earliest Chrono-Cultural Horizon; 5. Pattern of Settlements of the People Using OCP in District Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh; 6. The Paucity of Horse as a Function of Humid Harappan Environment; 7. Survival of the Harappan Terracotta Bull-headed Toy carts at Fatehpur in the Lower Ganga-Yamuna Doab; 8. Archaeology of Punjab: Some Observations; 9. Maritime History of Andhra Pradesh and Prospects for Marine Archaeological Research; 10. Onshore and Near Shore Explorations along the Southern Tamilnadu Coast: With a view to locating Ancient Ports and Submerged Sites; 11. Excavation of a Historic Shipwreck; 12. Growth and Development of Towns in Medieval Times-An Archaeological Study of the Settlements in District Alwar, Rajasthan; 13. Distribution Pattern of the Brahmanical Settlements of Andhradesa circa A.D. 400-1000; 14. Technique of Manufacturing Terracotta Figurines in Ancient India; 15. Terracotta Paques from a Cruciform Buddhist Remains at Pullak; 16. Ceramic Traditions in Early Andhradesa; 17. Some Mother Goddess Cult Figurines from an Urn Burial Excavation at Malampuzha, District Palaghat, Kerala; 18. Metallurgical Studies of Ancient Metallic Artefacts; 19. Small Scale Excavations at Jujjuru; 20. Lodorva-A Recent Archaeological Finding; 21. A Study of Bead Industry in Tamil Nadu; 22. The Buried Treasures of Human Ingenuity; 23. Wooden Coffins of West Asia and their Survival in Proto-historic India with Special Reference to Andhra Pradesh; 24. A Multidisciplinary Medial Scientists Par Excellence of Ancient India; 25. A Note on History of Anesthesia; 26. Historiogrpahy of Archaeology of the Coastal Karnataka; Section II: art and Architecture; 27. a Comparative Study of the Votive Stupas at Langudi, Lalitgiri, Udaygiri and Ratnagiri; 28. Transmutation of Buddhist Ideologies in Architectural Members of Nagarjunakonda; 29. Buddhist Vestiges in Lakshadweep; 30. Buddhist Heritage in the National Museum Colelction to be seen through two Objects; 31. Decorative Arts in the Collections of Museums of Andhra Pradesh; 32. Paintings from the Jaina Caves of Ellora. Vol.2: 33. Cult Image of Jaina Ganesa from Lodrava, Rajasthan; 34. Rare Sculptural Motifs in the Tirumalapati 'Ter'; 35. Architectural Terms in the Epigraphs of the anchalingesvara Temple at Huli; 36. Kumahariya Temple: A Transitional Phase of Architecture; 37. Unique Combined Sculpture of Radha Krishna from Andhra; 38. Iconography of Dhumravarahi; 39. Ardhanarisvara Murti from Tri-Kuta Siva Temple fromTimmalapura; 40. Kimastimalam Kim Kousthabhamva!?; 41. Constructional Modes and Consecrational Rites of a Rashtrakuta Temple; 42. Iconography of the Srikurmam Temple; 43. Malleswaram Group of Temples; 44. Maya Devi Temple, Yesterday and Today; 45. The Architecture of Kerala Christians: Social and Cultural Implications; 46. Agah Khan: Polic Officer of the River Jamuna and the Taj Mahal; 47. The Enigmatic Monastery of Kumaradevi at Sarnath: New Identification; Section III: Epigraphy and Mumismatics; 48. A New Tamil Cave Brahmi Inscription from Arittappatti; 49. Recent Developments in Karnataka Epigraphy; 50. Memorial Stones: A Unique source material for the Cultural History of Gujarat; 51. Genuineness of the Two Polamuru Grants; 52. Tundi Copper Plate Grant of Vishnukundi Vikramendravarma-Wrong Identification of Grant Village; 53. The Mandasor Inscription of Silk-Weavers: Spotlight on its Multidimensionality; 54. Inscription from Dudhpani: A Problem of Interpretation of Sanskrit "Political" Terminology; 55. Western Kshatrapa's Contribution to our Cultural Heritage through Sanskrit Epigraphs and Works; 56. Chenderu Grant of Eastern Chalukya Jayasimha II, Year 3; 57. Two Korapole Inscriptions of Adhavamalla Deva and Trailokyamalladeva; 58. Poets of the Pandyan Period; 59. Was Yadava Ramachandra An Usurper; 60. Early Hoysala Rulers and A New Epigraph from Hale Uppalli; 61. An Unpublished Inscription of Krishnadevaraya; 62. Acquision of Landed Property and the Principles Governing Land Alienation in 17th century, Mysore; 63. Sources of Ancient Indian Coins; 64. Unique Punch Mark Coin of Venad; 65. Asvamedha: The Yajna and the Coins; 66. Two More Silver Portrait Coins of Yajna Satakarni; 67. Political Ideology of the Early Imperial Cuptas as Reflected on Their Coins; 68. Some Observations on the Reading and Interpretation of the Legends of the Yaudheya Coins of Class 3; 69. Numismatic Art: A Survey with Special Reference to South India; 70. Study of 78 Copper Coins with Perso-Arabic Legends, Excavated at Adam, District Nagpur; 71. Recent Discovery of Coins at Metropolis Vijayanagara; 72. The Forgotten History of Vijayawada; Section IV: Religion and Philosophy; 73. Iconographic Concepts in Devi-mahatmya; 74. The Jaina Spectrum in Andhra; 75. Prakrita and Karnataka: Brief Resume; 76. The Controversies Concerning Anatta; 77. Jains' Role in Spreading Literacy in India; 78. Benefactresses of Buddhism in Early Andhradesa; 79. Role of Treatises in the Cultural Evolution-Dance, Music and Musical Instruments-During the Nayaka Period; 80. Goddess Viraja-A Fusion of Two Cults; 81. Jageshwar: In Mythology and History; 82. Samartha Ramdasa and His Age (Birth-1608 A.D., Death-1682 A.D.).
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The present volumes provide a panoramic view of Indian Historical studies covering Archaeology, Art and Architecture, Epigraphy, Numismatics, Iconography, Religion & Philosophy, Social and economic History. The paper in two volumes add significant insights to our understanding of the various facts of Indian History, Culture and Archaeology.
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