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Encyclopaedia of Indian History: Land, People, Culture and Civilization; 30 Volumes / Saxena, Anil (Dr.)
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Encyclopaedia of Indian History: Land, People, Culture and Civilization; 30 Volumes
Saxena, Anil (Dr.)
 
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  Book ID : 31325
  ISBN-10 : 81-261-2932-8 / 8126129328
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-261-2932-4 / 9788126129324
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2006
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  9486p., Bib., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

Vol. 1. Pre-Historic India: I. Traditional accounts: 1. Prior to history. 2. Geography in history. 3. Age before history. 4. Age-old sources. 5. Formation of society. 6. Social evolution and texts. II. Historic accounts: 7. Dawn of history. 8. Various ages. 9. Movement of races.

Vol. 2. Vedic Period: I. Aryan age: 1. Early settlements. 2. Social life. 3. The polity. 4. Economic conditions. 5. Law of the land. II. Later Vedic Period: 6. Social system. 7. Political setup. 8. The chieftainship. 9. Concept of kingship. 10. Assembly, earlier. 11. The legislature. 12. People's house. 13. Caste factors. 14. Taxation system.

Vol. 3. Buddhist and Jain Period: I. Age of Buddha: 1. The backdrop. 2. Birth of Buddhism. 3. Rise of Lord Buddha. 4. Buddhism in different lands. 5. Society in Buddha age. 6. Revolution by Buddhism. 7. Impact of Buddhism. II. Rise of Jainism: 8. Rise of Lord Mahavira. 9. Propagation of Jainism. III. Vedic wisdom: 10. Most ancient books. 11. Theosophic treaties. 12. Society in Vedic age. 13. Political organisation.

Vol. 4. Mauryan Period: I. Imperial age: 1. The backdrop. 2. India before Magadha. 3. Magadha Empire. 4. Major invasions. 5. Mauryan Empire. 6. Ashoka, the Great. 7. Mauryan Dynasty after Ashoka. 8. Decline of Mauryas. II. Great epics: 9. Ramayana. 10. Mahabharata. 11. Bhagavad Gita.

Vol. 5. Post-Mauryan Period: 1. Polity. 2. General administration. 3. Internal governance. 4. Foreign policy. 5. Legal system. 6. Religious conditions. 7. Art and craft.

Vol. 6. Gupta Period: 1. Emergence of Gupta power. 2. Empire on strong foundation. 3. Expansion and consolidation. 4. Empire in the crisis. 5. Empire's break up. 6. The downfall. 7. Small North Indian states. 8. Condition of Northern India. 9. Condition of Deccan. 10. Chalukyas Dynasty. 11. Religion and philosophy during the age.

Vol. 7. Post-Gupta Period: 1. Northern India after Guptas. 2. Relations abroad. 3. Expansion of empire. 4. Harshavardhan's rule. 5. Rashtrakuta Kingdom. 6. Palas Kingdom. 7. Pratihara Kingdom. 8. Pallavas and Cholas. 9. Chalukyas and Gangas. 10. Central and Western Kingdoms. 11. Eastern Kingdoms.

Vol. 8. Rajput Power: 1. Rajput clan. 2. Chauhan rulers. 3. Dynasties in power. 4. The Yadavas. 5. Pandyas. 6. The Cholas. 7. Chalukyas and Kalachuris. 8. The Hoysalas. 9. East Deccan Dynasties. 10. The society.

Vol. 9. Early Sultanate Period: 1. Arab expedition. 2. Turkish campaigns. 3. Establishment of Turkish rule. 4. Dynasty of Slaves. 5. Dynasty of Khiljis. 6. Dynasty of Tughlaqs. 7. Administration under Sultanate. 8. Social system. 9. Economic conditions.

Vol.10. Later Sultanate Period: 1. Dynasty of Sayyids. 2. Dynasty of Lodis. 3. System of governance. 4. People's life. 5. Education and language. 6. Culture and arts. 7. Common trends.

Vol.11. Society and Culture Under Sultanate: 1. India before Muslims. 2. Condition of the country. 3. Society and culture. 4. Socio-economic development. 5. Impact of Muslims. 6. System of governance. 7. The state. 8. Reforms in religion. 9. Art and architecture.

Vol.12. Hindu Kingdoms of South: 1. Vijayanagar Kingdom. 2. Rulers of Vijayanagar. 3. Travancore. 4. States in other regions-1. 5. States in other regions-2.

Vol.13. Muslim Kingdoms of South: 1. Major states. 2. Mysore. 3. Tipu Sultan. 4. Marathas and Mysore. 5. Country's condition at the time.

Vol.14. Early Mughals: 1. Cultural scene before Mughals. 2. India before Mughals. 3. Founder of Mughal Empire, Babur. 4. Weak Monarch, Humayun. 5. Pathans again (Suris). 6. Great Mughal, Akbar-1. 7. Culture and art.

Vol.15. Great Mughals: 1. Great Mughal, Akbar-2. 2. Lover of art, Jahangir. 3. Great builder, Shah Jahan. 4. Last Mughal, Aurangzeb. 5. Weaker Mughals. 6. Maratha hero Shivaji. 7. Small states.

Vol.16. Later Mughals: 1. Mini Mughals. 2. Attack by Nadir Shah. 3. Discontent among people. 4. The revolts. 5. Popular revolt. 6. Revolt crushed.

Vol.17. Mughal Administration: 1. Secular administration. 2. Mughal system of governance. 3. Law supreme. 4. Social condition. 5. Social system. 6. Economic condition. 7. Trade and commerce. 8. Major religions.

Vol.18. Mughal Culture: 1. Classical literature. 2. Oriental literature. 3. North Indian literature. 4. South Indian literature. 5. Development of architecture. 6. Zenith of architecture. 7. Paintings and art.

Vol.19. Rise of Maratha Power: 1. Marathas' access to North India. 2. Maratha expeditions in South India. 3. Maratha Peshwas-1. 4. Maratha Peshwas-2. Regional Maratha forces.

Vol.20. Fall of Marathas: 1. Maratha power on decline. 2. Maratha administration. 3. Marathas and the British. British, the rivals of Marathas: 4. English territories. 5. Governance of Madras. 6. Regional and local polity.

Vol.21. Hindu States: 1. Regional powers. 2. State of Scindia. 3. Satara. 4. Manipur. 5. Nepal, Bhutan and Assam. 6. Burma. 7. Sikh Kingdom.

Vol.22. Muslim States: 1. Struggle that failed. 2. Regional forces. 3. Avadh under English. 4. Muslim Kingdoms in Deccan. 5. Other Muslim states. 6. Resisting forces. 7. Europian powers in India.

Vol.23. French, Portuguese and Dutch in India: 1. Mughal Empire's end. 2. European powers on the scene. 3. Indian scenario at the time. 4. Condition of Indian states. 5. Resistance against British. 6. Revolutionary movements.

Vol.24. British Power in India: 1. Early conquests. 2. The annexations. 3. Mysore and English. 4. Suppression of Marathas. 5. Assault on Afghanistan. 6. Expeditions in Burma. 7. Suppression of revolt. 8. Secret of the success of English. 9. Company's administration. 10. Economic administration. 11. New trends in administration.

Vol.25. East India Company: 1. Clive, the founder. 2. Expansion of power. 3. Wars for expansion. 4. Consolidation of empire. 5. Dalhousie's success. 6. Towards east. 7. Indian states and the English. 8. Great revolt. 9. Frontier Policy.

Vol.26. British Empire in India: 1. India under Crown. 2. Administrative reorganisation. 3. Government functionaries. 4. New administration. 5. Efficient administration. 6. Post-revolt governors general. 7. Expansion of empire. 8. Impact of World War-II.

Vol.27. Great Social Reforms: 1. Mughal culture of India. 2. Tradition of Mysticism. 3. Western trends in culture. 4. Era of awakening. 5. The Renaissance. 6. Religious movements. 7. Reforms in social system. 8. Role of education.

Vol.28. Freedom Movement: 1. The backdrop. 2. Movement for independence. 3. Country's condition. 4. Struggle for achievement. 5. Muslims' role.

Vol.29. Congress and Gandhi: 1. Early developments. 2. Congress at start. 3. Role of Congress. 4. Congress, the Champion. 5. Secular nationalism. 6. Father of the Nation. 7. Non-Cooperation Movement. 8. Civil Disobedience Movement. 9. Role of Jawaharlal Nehru. 10. Role of communists. 11. Agrarian Movement.

Vol.30. Independence of Nation: 1. Significance of independence. 2. The backdrop. 3. A new era. 4. The awakening. 5. Factors at work. 6. Constitutional journey. 7. Independence achieved. 8. Post-independence era. 9. The new nation. 10. India after Nehru.

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Indian history is one of the most ancient histories of the world in terms of human civilization. Here flourished many cultures, civilizations, religions and particularly spirituality. That is the reason why India is called the homeland of rishis, munis, saints and faqirs. It is also the only nation on the earth, which accommodates varieties of people and cultures even to date. This miraculous harmony and unity in diversity stands India apart from the rest of the world.

Spirituality aside, Indian land can also be boasted of producing giants of literature, science and technology. Rich in minerals, beauty of landscape and other geographical features have always attracted foreign attention since the very early times. As a result, consecutive attacks by armies, and a long period of foreign occupation.

Present modest work, consisting of thirty volumes, namely, Encyclopaedia of Indian History is holistic in approach. It covers exhaustively and extensively a wide range of aspects of Indian history, particularly land, people, culture and civilization.

Definitely, the work would prove to be a veritable mine of information among all quarters of its concern.

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