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Early writings on India

India International Centre.

Early writings on India

a catalogue of books on India in English language published before 1900: an exhibition organised by the India International Centre, New Delhi, December 19-25, 1968.

by India International Centre.

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Published by Exclusively distributed by Munshiram Manoharlal in [Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • India -- Bibliography

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ3206 .I5 1969, DS407 .I5 1969
      The Physical Object
      Pagination124, xxxiv p.
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5035926M
      LC Control Number73910014

      Book Description Stree, These writings translated for the first time from the Bengali are by women who were amongst the earliest to receive a modern education and become members of a reading and writing public Women wrote on a wide variety of concerns in many journals that had come into being because of the tremendous growth of vernacular print culture These were often edited by women Price Range: $5 - $ This volume marks the beginning of the publication in English of Reich's early writings. Volume One and the collections to follow will trace his scientific development from the psycho-analytical study of Ibsen's Peer Gynt, presented for membership in the Viennese Psychoanalytic Society (), to the crucial discovery of the bion (), which initiated his work in orgone biophysics and led to Cited by:

      The emergent culture of crime writings in late 19th century colonial Bengal (India) is an interesting testimony to how literature is shaped by various material forces including the market. This book deals with true crime writings of the late s published by ‘lowbrow publishing houses’ — inf. The writings of Megasthenese, further, had been a source of the information about the ancient India for most of the Greeks writes, including Diodorous, Strabo, and Arrian. Al-Biruni He was contemporary of Mahmud of Ghazi and accompanied Mahmud when he conquered part of central Asia; likewise, he came in contact of the Indian culture.

      The Early Writings were written in his home Département of Les Landes ( population ,), in particular the regional capital city of Bordeaux (it was the capital of the region of Aquitaine and had a population in of 99,), the regional port city of Bayonne ( populat), and the small farming town of Mugron ( This book, first published in , is a comprehensive list of all the books on India, written in English before It is an invaluable reference source on India of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Apart from the work of professional writers, there are the writings of a cross-section of society from soldiers to scientists.


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