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The framers of the Indian Constitution were well aware about their miserable and apathetic living conditions, who have continued to be socially condemned and economically oppressed for centuries. Constantly they resolved in the preamble, to secure to all justice-social, economic and political, equality of status and of opportunity and to promote among them all fraternity, assuring the dignity of the individual.
Indian, which is a secular and democratic country, is regarded as a model of pluralistic society, which is reflected in its cultural pluralism of various religions, castes, languages and regions. About 82 per cent of the Indian population follows Hinduism and 15 per cent Islam and its plurality is visible in the four-fold varna system Brahmin, Kashtriya, Vaishya and Shudra and about 5, castes and sub-castes.
Now the segmental aspects of traditional fourfold varna system is reflected in terms of four major caste groups created by the modern participatory democratic political system such as the Scheduled Castes SCs: These four modern caste categories also include social segments of the minorities.
Sultanate Architecture of Bengal: Various indigenous and extraneous elements of Sultanate Architecture of Bengal have been discussed in this book. How these elements are manifest in different monuments of Bengal has also been shown.
The idea of mosques and tombs is itself extraneous. Muslim immigrants brought with them many characteristics and traits of architecture from their country of origin. On the other hand many local elements also crept into the joint endeavour of the conquered and conqueror, who created an architecture of a cosmopolitan character. While visiting monuments of this period one can visualise elements from Iran, Central Asia, Egypt and even from Europe vis-a-vis tahtched roofs of rural huts and elements of previous Buddhist and Hindu architectural elements originating from Bengal.
Some elements may be classified as indigenous or extraneous without any doubt. But some of these elements give scope for controversy. Elements like glazed tiles and actuate system of buildings etc. On the other hand curved cornices and hut-shaped roofs of buildings etc. All the monuments describe in this book have been visited by the author starting from A. Main aim and objective of this book is to trace the origin of diifferent elements of Sultanate architecture of Bengal. This book contains six chapters i.
These chapters are supported with illustrations, notes, references, bibliography, glossary, colour photographs and will be interest to the scholars, students as well as to the general readers.
Though as a general category, all women fact the problems of discrimination and denial of natural justice. Within women also there is inequality e. Dalit women have contributed to growth and development throughout history.
And even then they have remained at the lowest rung of the society, lowest of the low. What has contributed to this state of affairs? Which bare the forces responsible for present insecure, unstable and dehumanized status of Dalit women? Many more questions are addressed in this book. The entire information is organised under fifteen chapters besides authoritative statistical data. For centuries dalits were deprived of social justice in India. Only after concerted struggle waged by various social reformers from time to time, now the scene has improved somewhat.
Despite many statutory provisions, the fruits could not be reaped fully. The book gives a vivid account of concept, causes, statutory provisions, supportive steps etc.
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Retinal Vascular Disorders, tecnhology. Diseases of the Optic Nerve Tecnhology, Besides the academic worth, this book will prove of tehcnology use for social activists, NGOs, policy planners and administrators.
Diptagama, edition critique, Tome III – chapitres 63 aappendice et index, text with introductory matter and French tr. Bruno Dagens French Institute of Pondicherry, The critical Edition of this hitherto unpublished text relies on manuscripts kept in the French Institute Library.
It comprises three volumes where the Sanskrit text is followed by a chapter-wise bby aimed at making the reading easier. The first volume deals with mantras, installation of the main Linga in the temple, and more importantly with Architecture and iconography.
The second is centred on rituals, mainly for the installation of statues. The present volume completes the main Corpus with a long presentation of the Annual Temple festival. Oxford University Press, This book and its companion volume, Liberalization and Development, bring together thirty essays by eminent economist Deepak Nayyar. The selection provides a mix of theory and policy, of applied research and empirical work, and electriccal the world economy and India.
The volume begins with the limited domain of trade theory and ends with the wide canvas of globalization. The essays are grouped in four thematic clusters. The first on economic theory provides perspectives or considers issues that have been largely neglected in mainstream economics: The second part on world trade examines much debated issues: The fourth part explores different aspects of globalization in the wider context of the world economy: The book provides an unusual mix of theory, policy, and reality, from a heterodox perspective.
It will be valuable for students, researchers and teachers in economics. It should also be of interest to students in management, and to practitioners including policymakers, advocacy groups, technologyy business analysts. This clearly written text on the principles of modern digital computers covers the technologg topics, with an emphasis on logic design and architecture. Table of contents 1. Boolean Algebra and Gate Networks 4.
The Arithmetic-Logic Unit 6. The Memory Element 7. Buses and Interfaces 9. The Control Unit Logic Circuits Overview Printed Pages: The Diptagama is a Sanskrit Saive treatise pertaining to the Southern school. It deals with the installation tecgnology images of gods in Siva temples. Textbook Of Electrical Technology – Vol.
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The current revival of interest in Indo-Anglian literature can be attributed to the changed atmosphere of the post-Independence era. Indo-Anglian writers are now studied with pleasure and profit, both in India and abroad, side by side with their English and American counterparts. Of all the Indo-Anglian authors, Toru Dutt stands out as a poet.
A Hindu by birth and a Christian by education, this illustrious daughter of Bengal wrote with restless energy of a haunted creative writer, like Keats, while waging a grim yet heroic battle against her delicate health. Within a span of three years she produced four literary volumes, besides long illuminating essays, letters and translations of speeches in French.
She was perhaps the first Indian writer to handle English verse with ease and command. Her poetry, though not in substantial bulk, is of permanent value. It makes a detailed assessment of her poetic work and traits, and seeks to justify the stand of eminent critics like Sir Edmund Gosse, H.
Fisher, James Darmesteter, Edward Thompson, Harihar Das and many others, who are unanimous in their opinion that in matters of chronology and quality, Toru is at the head of Indo-Anglian poets.
The book will prove useful to the students and teachers of Indian English poetry and researchers in this field.
This book is a general introduction to ophthalmology for medical students, residents, or any health professional who requires a reference for the core information in ophthalmology. Organized according to the ocular structures and components of the epectrical exam rather than categories of disease to make it practical and a key learning tool.
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