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Indian antiquary.

Author: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland.; Archæological Survey of India.
Publisher: Bombay, Popular Prakashan [etc.]
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : Periodical : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"At a time when each Society had its own medium of propogation of its researches ... in the form of Transactions, Proceedings, Journals, etc., a need was strongly felt for bringing out a journal devoted exclusively to the study and advancement of Indian culture in all its aspects. [This] encouraged Jas Burgess to launch the 'Indian antiquary' in 1872. The scope ... was in his own words 'as wide as possible'  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Indian antiquary
(OCoLC)561350645
Material Type: Periodical
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
All Authors / Contributors: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland.; Archæological Survey of India.
ISSN:0019-4395
OCLC Number: 1752832
Description: ill. 24-29 cm.

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"At a time when each Society had its own medium of propogation of its researches ... in the form of Transactions, Proceedings, Journals, etc., a need was strongly felt for bringing out a journal devoted exclusively to the study and advancement of Indian culture in all its aspects. [This] encouraged Jas Burgess to launch the 'Indian antiquary' in 1872. The scope ... was in his own words 'as wide as possible' incorporating manners and customs, arts, mythology, feasts, festivals and rites, antiquities and the history of India ... Another laudable aim was to present the readers abstracts of the most recent researches of scholars in India and the West ... 'Indian antiquary' also dealt with local legends, folklore, proverbs, etc. In short 'Indian antiquary' was ...entirely devoted to the study of MAN - the Indian - in all spheres ... " -- introduction to facsimile volumes, published 1985.

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