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Encyclopaedia Indica : India, Pakistan, Bangladesh

Author: Shyam Singh Shashi
Publisher: New Delhi : Anmol Publications, 1996-2008.
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Encyclopaedia Indica.
New Delhi : Anmol Publications, 1996-
(OCoLC)603689726
Named Person: Harsavardhana, King of Thanesar and Kanauj; Babur, Emperor of Hindustan; Humayun, Emperor of Hindustan; Akbar, Emperor of Hindustan.; Hemu; Jai Singh, Maharaja of Jaipur; Jahangir, Emperor of Hindustan; Nur Jahan, Empress consort of Jahangir Emperor of Hindustan; Shahjahan, Emperor of India; Aurangzeb, Emperor of Hindustan; Shivaji, Raja; Nana Sahib; 'Ala' Al-Din, Sultan of Delhi; Bairam Khan; Bahadur Shah, Mughal Emperor
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shyam Singh Shashi
ISBN: 8170418593 9788170418597
OCLC Number: 233983323
Notes: V. 1. Origin and development of Indus civilization.
V. 2. Indus civilization: geography, population & culture.
V. 3. Stone culture and Indus valley civilization.
V. 4. Indus society: art and architecture, religion and myths.
V. 5. Material life of Indus society : new dimensions of Indian culture.
V. 6. Contribution of Indus civilization and its decline.
V. 7. Development of Aryan civilization.
V. 8. Aryan culture and civilization.
V. 9. Sanskrit and Aryan civilization.
V. 10. Vedic religion and rituals.
V. 11. Vedic language and literature.
V. 12. Rgveda.
V. 13. Samaveda.
V. 14. Yajurveda.
V. 15. Atharvaveda.
V. 16. Philosophy of Upanisads.
V. 17. Wisdom of Upanisads.
V. 18. Brahmanas.
V. 19. Aranyaka.
V. 20. Dharmasastras.
V. 21-22. Ramayana.
V. 23. Gita.
V. 24-25. Mahabharata.
V. 26-28. Buddhism.
V. 29-31. Jainism.
V. 32-35. Puranas.
V. 36. Mauryas. 1999.
V. 37. Alexander and Greek influence in India. 1999.
V. 38. The Kushana Empire: government, society and culture. 1999.
V. 39. Guptas: government, society and culture. 1999.
V. 40. Harsha: government and his foreign policy. 1999.
V. 41. Rajputs: the culture and society. 1999.
V. 42. Advent of Islam in India. 1999.
V. 43. Khaljis: administration and concept of kingship. 1999.
V. 44. Monarchy, power and politics. 1999.
V. 45. Reforms and social development. 1999.
V. 46. The Tughluqs: conquests and administration. 1999.
V. 47. Babar, the first Mughal emperor of India. 1999.
V. 48. Humayun: struggle and success. 1999.
V. 49. Jalal-ud-Din Muhammad Akbar. 1999.
V. 50. The Mughal administration. 1999.
V. 51. Akbar as a reformer. 1999.
V. 52. Akbar and Hemu. 1999.
V. 53. Mughals and Rajputs. 1999.
V. 54. Jai Singh, Mughals and Marathas. 1999.
V. 55. Mughal administration. 1999.
V. 56. Mughal army. 1999.
V. 57. Mughal administration, principles and system. 1999.
V. 58. Bairam Khan, soldier and administartor. 1999.
V. 59. Jahangir and Nur Jahan. 1999.
V. 60. Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughal emperor. 1999.
V. 61. Aurangzeb and his administrative measures. 1999.
V. 62. Downfall of Mughal empire. 1999.
V. 63. Landmarks in Mughal India. 1999.
V. 64. Third battle of Panipat. 1999.
V. 65. Later Mughals. 1999.
V. 66. Emergence of the Marathas. 1999.
V. 67. Shivaji as warrior and administrator. 1999.
V. 68. Marathas, rise and fall. 1999.
V. 69. Nana Saheb and his times. 1999.
V. 70. Bahadur Shah II, the last Mughal emperor. 1999.
V. 196. Index (vols. 1-40). 2008.
V. 197. Index (vols. 41-80). 2008.
V. 198. Index (vols. 81-120). 2008.
V. 199. Index (vols. 121-160). 2008.
V. 200. Index (vols. 161-195). 2008.
Description: 200 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Contents: v. 1. Origin and development of Indus civilization --
v. 2. Indus civilization geography, population & culture --
v. 3. Stone culture and Indus valley civilization --
v. 4. Indus society, art and architecture, religion and myths --
v. 5. Material life of Indus society, new dimensions of Indian culture --
v. 6. Contribution of Indus civilization and its decline --
v. 7. Development of Aryan civilization --
v. 8. Aryan culture and civilization --
v. 9. Sanskrit and Aryan civilization --
v. 10. Vedic religion and rituals --
v. 11. Vedic language and literature --
v. 12. Ṛgveda --
v. 13. Sāmaveda --
v. 14. Yajurveda --
v. 15. Atharvaveda --
v. 16. Philosophy of Upaniṣads --
v. 17. Wisdom of Upaniṣads --
v. 18. Brāhmaṇas --
v. 19. Āraṇyaka --
v. 20. Dharmasāstras.
Other Titles: Dharmasastras.
Aranyaka.
Origin and development of Indus civilization.
Indus civilization: geography, population & culture.
Stone culture and Indus valley civilization.
Indus society: art and architecture, religion and myths.
Material life of Indus society.
Contribution of Indus civilization and its decline.
Development of Aryan civilization.
Aryan culture and civilization.
Sanskrit and Aryan civilization.
Vedic religion and rituals.
Vedic language and literature.
Rgveda.
Samaveda.
Yajurveda.
Atharvaveda.
Philosophy of Upanisads.
Wisdom of Upanisads.
Brahmanas.
Ramayana.
Gita.
Mahabharata.
Buddhism.
Jainism.
Puranas.
Mauryas.
Alexander and Greek influence in India.
Kushana Empire.
Guptas.
Harsha: government and his foreign policy.
Rajputs: the culture and society.
Advent of Islam in India.
Khaljis: administration and concept of kingship.
Monarchy, power and politics.
Reforms and social development.
Tughluqs: conquests and administration.
Babar, the first Mughal emperor of India.
Humayun: struggle and success.
Jalal-ud-Din Muhammad Akbar.
Mughal administration.
Akbar as a reformer.
Akbar and Hemu.
Mughals and Rajputs.
Jai Singh, Mughals and Marathas.
Mughal army.
Mughal administration, principles and system.
Bairam Khan, soldier and administartor.
Jahangir and Nur Jahan.
Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughal emperor.
Aurangzeb and his administrative measures.
Downfall of Mughal empire.
Landmarks in Mughal India.
Third battle of Panipat.
Later Mughals.
Emergence of the Marathas.
Shivaji as warrior and administrator.
Marathas, rise and fall.
Nana Saheb and his times.
Bahadur Shah II, the last Mughal emperor.
Encyclopedia Indica.
Major dynasties of ancient Orissa.
Ancient Bihar.
Responsibility: editor-in-chief, S.S. Shashi.

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