v, 282p., App., Bib., 23 cm. (Culture and Civilization Series)
CONTENTS:- Preface; Introduction; The Empire of Ancient India; The Bakatakas; Post-Mauryan India; Political Order and Ideas; Social and Political Thought and Institutions; Kaluyavapa, Dronavapa and Adhavapa; South India; The Age of Imperial Kanauj; The Mudrarakshas-the Web of Diplomacy; Valmiki, Vyasa and Kalidasa; R.C. Dutta's Translation of the Epics; Classical Literature; Conclusion;
Indian civilization and culture is not only ancient but it is also extensive and varied. Many races and peoples have contributed and enriched it. Its key notes is synthesis on the basis of eternal values. Thus the foundation of the two great ideals of Indian civilization-Synthesis of cultures and spirital regeneration of man have been truly laid, on which future structure of India's culture and civilization has been raised.