India and South-East Asia: Socio-Econo-Cultural Contacts
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Book ID : 4647
ISBN-10 : 81-86791-14-0 / 8186791140
ISBN-13 : 978-81-86791-14-1 / 9788186791141
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Edition : (First Edition)
Language : English
Edited by Narendra Nath Bhattacharyya; ix, 587p., Bib., Index, 23 cm.
CONTENTS:- 1. The Beginnings of India-China Maritime Trade Relation; 2. Human Right in Ancient India; 3. Some Aspects of India-China Maritime Trade (C.A.D. 250-1200); 4. New Light on Slavery in Ancient India; 5. George Coede's (1886?- 1969); 6. Indian Contribution to the Political Social and Economic Organization of Ancient Cambodia : A Reassessment; 7. The Caste System in Ancient Cambodia Appendix; 8. Divine Kingship in Ancient Cambodia: A Study of the Prasastis; 9. Sources of Slavery in Ancient Cambodia; 10 Forms of Marriage in Ancient India; 11. Early Sino-Indian Maritime Trade and Funan; 12. New Light on Saiva Tantrika Texts Known in Ancient Cambodia; 13. Indian and Indigenous Cults of Campa; 14. Bhagavacchankara and the Use of Bhagavat in Cambodian Epigraphy; 15. Mother-Right in Ancient Cambodia; 16. Some Aspects of Socio-Economic Life from the Jaina Canonical Literature; 17. The Coming of Aryans and Their Expansion; 18. Federal Experiment in Ancient India; 19. Traditional Medicine and Health Services of Ancient Cambodia with Special Reference to the time of Jayavarman VII (A.D. 1181-1220); 20. Saiva Diksa in Cambodian Inscriptions; 21. International Trade and Towns of Ancient Siam; 22. Aprada /Aprada = A Study in Its Connotation; 23. Slave Labour and Free Labour in Ancient Cambodia: A Study in Terminology; 24. Some Recent Trends in Old Khmer Studies; 25. Indianization of South-East Asia--A Re-Examination; 26. Andaman and Nicobar: Early History.
The present volume is a collection of Prof. Adhir Chakravarti's valuable papers on the social,economic and cultural contacts between India and South-East Asia published in various learned academic journals. Prof.Chakravarit's contribution to the study of South-East Asian history and culture in universally recognised. His indepth study of Cambodian inscriptions has been characterised by a carefully worked out sociological approach. This has given usthinking materials in comparative culture which Prof. Chakravarti brought a modern mind to work upon. It is expected that like other works of Prof. Chakravarti this collection of papers will be able to evoke interest among scholars and researchers. This volume has been prepared by his colleagues students and admirers Another volume is in preparation.