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Indological studies in India

Raghavan, V.

Indological studies in India

by Raghavan, V.

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Published by Motilal Banarsidass in Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indo-Aryan philology

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPK118 R29
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17432107M

    Social Studies in India I P Desai THE development and present studies. That a large number of the books that were translated were on rituals, rites, customs, laws and insti­ is a fact that Indological and social studies in India were not neutral in their origin and development. Indological studies. New Delhi: Promilla & Co. in collaboration with Heras Institute of Indian History and Culture, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry Heras; Bernard Anderson; John Correia-Afonso.

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Indology or Indian studies is the academic study of the history and cultures, languages, and literature of India and as such is a subset of Asian studies. The term Indology (in German) Indologie is often associated with German scholarship, and is used more commonly in departmental titles in German and continental European universities . Publishers of the Grongingen Oriental Series and the Gonda Indological Series as well as numerous other books and series. [Swantham Publishers, Thiruvanantapuram] [Low Price Publication India] Delhi bookdealer offering a wide range of indological books, specializing in publishing reprints of old and rare classics on Indian indological subjects.

      Indology (G S Ghurye) In his book "Caste and Race in India", .As in it is a scientific study of whole society. Indological persepective claims to understand Indian society through the concepts,theories and frameworks that are closely related with indian in it the science of indian society. Author: Shahid Ansari. Reconceptualizing India Studies, by S. N. Balagangadhara, is a book published in about the problems that the postcolonial studies, India studies and Indology are facing today, and the possible new directions for rejuvenating them. The emergence of the postcolonial scholarship had ingested a new life in the quest of the 'third world countries' to produce knowledge about : S. N. Balagangadhara.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raghavan, V. (Venkatarama), Indological studies in India. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, []. Palsetia is to be congratulated on writing a very well researched book on the Parsi community of Bombay, India.

He has researched the most valuable original sources of the Parsi community like the "Parsee Prakash", "Rast Goftar", the "Panchayat Publications" etc. to put in about pages one of the very best readable book on the history of the Parsi community of Bombay in the 18th, 19th Cited by: Indological Studies Have Great Significances In Knowing The Past History Of This Country.

This Volume Contains Seventy Three Selected Research Articles Of Prof. Bajpai. Indological researches in. Motilal Banarasidass, Delhi. Raghavan and his contributions to Sanskrit and Indological Studies need no introduction.

Raghavan represents a rare combination of the depth of traditional scholarship with the width and critical outlook of modern comparative study. He has upheld, by example and precept, the highest standards of research scholarship.

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Jaya: An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata: Devdutt Pattanaik, Penguin,Paperback, p, ISBN:Rs. About the Books The first volume of Indological Studies was published in Now the second volume of the same is being presented to the world of Indological students. This volume contains Dr.

Bhayani's research papers and notes relating to Prakrit, Apabhrarhga, Gujarati etc. They deal mostly with some historical problems, characterization, lexicological and exegetical matter, etymologies. The present volume contains a general introduction to the history of South Asian studies, a bibliography and six case studies of different aspects, including early Indological studies in India, Indological traditions in Sweden and Denmark, sanskrit studies in Russian cultural history, Ukrainian translations from Sanskrit and the Sanskrit correspondence between the French Indologist Sylvain Levi and the Nepalese.

Indological & Buddhist Studies Divine Books Murari Lal Chharia Marg. 40/Shakti ndia. Wednesday, March 6, A study and translation of a tantric contemplative manual and the commentary on it.

This book offers the first published translation of the contemplative manual Virūpāksapañcasik. > and how it helps us in the study of religion in India. > > The conference will work towards these ambitions in three formats: > > 1.

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Indological studies in the Gujarat Vidyapith. [Gujarat Vidyapith. Department of History & Culture.] Study and teaching -- India -- Gujarat.

Gujarat (India) -- Civilization -- Study and teaching -- India -- Gujarat. Gujarat Vidyapith. Published on the occasion of the Seminar on Modernisation of Indological Studies, organized by the Dept. The Indological writings dealing with the Indian philosophy, art, and culture are reflected in the works of Indian scholars like A.K.

Coomarswamy, Radhakamal Mukerjee, D.P. Mukerji, G.S. Ghurye, Louis Dumont and others. The Gonda Indological Studies publishes scholarly works in the field of classical Indology since The series is published under the auspices of the J.

Gonda Foundation (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences). The present volume contains a general introduction to the history of South Asian studies, a bibliography and six case studies of different aspects, including early Indological studies in India, Indological traditions in Sweden and Denmark, sanskrit studies in Russian cultural history, Ukrainian translations from Sanskrit and the Sanskrit correspondence between the French Indologist Sylvain Levi and the Format: Hardcover.

Indology is known as the science of Indian Society. The Indological perspective claims to understand Indian Society through the concepts, theories and frameworks that are closely associated with Indian Civilization. It made a claim that Indian Society is unique in structure, function and dynamics and cannot be associated with the European Size: KB.

Indological authors in India and abroad Departments and their members focusing on Indological Studies in India and abroad in public and private academic institutions. Apart from academic researchers, candidates qualified and/or experienced in Library/Information Science may also apply. This book provides a general survey of all the inscriptional material in the Sanskrit, Prakrit, and modern Indo-Aryan languages, including donative, dedicatory, panegyric, ritual, and literary 5/5(2).

One of the good results of the British conquest of India is the deep interest aroused in Indological studies in the Western intellectuals and scholars. The person who gave an institutional frame-work to such studies was Sir William Jones (A.

He. books and periodicals, Manuscripts and Archives, and Museum. Those collections of books represent almost all languages in the world. Research Activity The Asiatic society was the leading body who conduct the Indological research; they initiated studies in subjects like Language, Literature, Philosophy, History, Art, Archeology, Epigraphy,File Size: KB.

Asiatic Society: One of the good results of the British conquest of India is the deep interest aroused in Indological studies in the Western intellectuals and scholars. The person who gave an institutional framework to such studies was Sir William Jones (A.

D. ). He did it by starting `The Asiatic Society’ in A. D. In his latest book, Reconceptualizing India Studies (Oxford University Press ), the attentive reader will see a critique of the Indological establishment in the West and the political and cultural establishment in India.

Like Rajiv Malhotra’s recent works, it questions their legitimacy.“Book of Vishnu” by Nanditha Krishna (Penguin, Delhi, ) “Book of Demons” by Nanditha Krishna (Penguin, Delhi, ) Environmental Studies “Sacred Groves of India – a Compendium”, edited by Nanditha Krishna & alingam, CPR Environment Education Centre, Chennai (ISBN – ) ().

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