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  • The Unknown Iconography of India by: Kumar Mihirendra Pratap Singh Deo 1,430.00

    Beyond the classification of the Indian iconography some sculptures are not properly accounted and neglected as unimportance. That insisted the Author to
    reflect in “The Unknown Iconography of India”. The Author has broken the barrier of the
    Neolithic era and has crossed the line yonder that. Out of four classification of
    iconography the Author has created a new classification of iconography as the Ancient
    Iconography of India by including Ekapāda Bhairava of Bhairon Pāhād of Ghudar in the
    district of Balangir, Odisha and the iconography of Lord Jagannath of Puri, Odisha and
    have fixed the date circa C. 9000 B.C.-7000 B.C.; may be much more back to the era of
    Rāmāyana. Ekapāda Bhairava of Bhairon Pāhād is the only and unique Ekapāda Bhairava
    sculpture of India where Bhairon Pāhād was an epicenter of the Tantric rituals. “The
    Unknown Iconography of India” shall compel the scholars to think over for its

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    The book Cricket,Movies and Politics contains the detailed events that take place from 1953 to 1983 in all three fields. The events depicted are true and based on various newspapers , magazines and other sources
  • Vikarna by: Ajit Singh Parmar 201.00

    Vikarn is such a character of Mahabharata, who, in spite of following the path of Dharma, kept on longing for his recognition for thousands of years only for being a Kaurava. The aim of the writer is to ensure him his most deserving honour through this book. The lovers of literature and all others should read this book at least once to learn a lesson from the life of Vikarn, that in what way immortality can be imparted to life following the path of Duty even in the difficult circumstances of life. While reading this book you will certainly get the lively feeling of the battle of Mahabharata.

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    “India was known as a Golden Bird”. This word had slowly spread over the entire existing world of the medieval period of Indian history. All Kings, merchants and dynasties wanted to explore India trying their luck for having a go at some share of the cake. So, the “Hunt for Treasure” began and the first to invade India was a Macedonian. This was followed by Arabs, Turkish, Mongolians, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Mughals and British etc. This Book is about the chronicle invasions of India. Those days, The Northwest was controlled by the Kashmir-based Karkota dynasty, and the Hindu Shahis based in Kabul. Northeast India was held by the Pala dynasty, and South India by the powerful Chalukyas. Western India was dominated by the Rai dynasty of Sindh, and several kingdoms of Gurjara clans, based at Bhinmal (Bhillamala), Mandor, Nandol-Broach (Nandipuri-Bharuch) and Ujjain. The combined region of southern Rajasthan and northern Gujarat was called Gurjaradesa (Gurjara country), before it got renamed to Rajputana in later medieval times. The Kathiawar peninsula (Saurashtra) was controlled by several small kingdoms, such as Saindhavas, and dominated by Maitrakas at Vallabhi.

    Hunt for Treasure by: Vijay Kumar Dewan. 500.00 460.00
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    Real and Unseen History of brave Gor Banjara princess Malooki and her father Ballurao Binjrawat who was Great Indian Trader and worrior . Moughal Emperor Akbar demanded to marry with Malooki but when Gor Banjaras reject the demand of Akbar then Akbar fought two wars against Ballurao Binjrawat. In this hard situtation all Banjara Traders unitedly fought the war with Akbar and defeated to Akbar Army very badly.

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    This book provides a comprehensive and readable account of of the management of Sierra Leone’s 2018 multi-tier elections, including the challenges and successes . It critically analyzes the political economy of elections management, civil society, security sector and party politics in a highly divided etho-regional bifurcation in Sub-Saharan Africa. It is co-edited by Mr Mohamed N Conteh – Chief Electoral Commissioner of the National Electoral Commission and Dr. Idrissa Mamoud Tarawallie of the Department of Political Science, University of Sierra Leone. In addition to thirteen chapters on the electoral management process, challenges and success (by Mr Conteh), it has two specialist chapters; on the controversial role of civil society in the 2018 elections, by Dr. Idrissa Mamoud Tarawallie, a civil society activist and lecturer at the Department of Political Science, Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, and another on the role of the Security Sector in the elections written by a practicing security expert, Mr Francis L Kelli of the Office for National Security (ONS). The book is useful to election practitioners, political parties, researchers on elections processes and the general reader.

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    Late Dr. Moti Singh, a renowned scientist and educationist, retired from thelegendary Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology,Kanpur. Dr. Singh, himself comes from society of Lunia Chauhans and as the title of the book states that there are so many unresolved questions about the Lunia Chauhans the descendants of Shakambhari Chauhans and the magnificent history of Lunia Chauhan has sunk somewhere in the depth of these unresolved questions.This book is supported by authentic proofs, is just an attempt to bring the glorious history of Lunia Chauhans from the depths of oblivion to the reality ground and to restore the lost identity of Lunia Chauhans.

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    This book Mahabali Baba Sidh Chano is about a deity and a folk cultural event called Dhaza. Dhaza is very popular in lower regions of Himachal Pradesh, in district Bilaspur and adjoining districts. Leather workers community of this region has a strong belief in this deity and this cultural event. Dhaza is organized by devotees of Baba Shidh Chano at night. During Dhaza, Mahabali Baba Sidh Chano is worshipped. Life events of folks and deities are enacted in Dhaza by performers. Songs and dances are performed.

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    The author has a different motivation and reason to write this book. He has written the book to change in the mindset of Indian society and young hearts along with entertainment. It will help them to have a positive intention and direction in life. It is written on a real love story of an engineering student that began from a beautiful historical place, Kolkata Museum. The story has many critics such as internal communal bias.

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    Kalidas was the greatest poet and dramatist in the Sanskrit language of his time—tentatively 374 to 455 AD. His scripts depict the then existing light and humorous culture in India. His general attitude shown in his writings also reflects his sympathetic approach towards the deprived ones and also consideration about the wellbeing of them. He used to take an active part in all the activities of the kingdom.

    In this book, the writer has made an attempt to translate the main works of Kalidas from Sanskrit to simple commonly spoken Hindi for easy understanding of the script by all.

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    8th century A.D. has been the era of recordings. Many Hindu temples, dedicated mostly to The Sun God, depicts erotic figurines on the walls and surfaces of temples. The architecture of these temples is followed and highlighted in the temple complexes of Khajuraho built in a time gap of 100 years between 950 A.D-1050 A.D by the kings of Chandella dynasty. Khajuraho architecture reflects the tantric cult followed during those times similar to the Vajrayana Buddhism, Jainism, Chandali yoga tantra, Tantraraja tantra etc. The artistic culture of Khajuraho reflects more of the local tribal traditions and lifestyles in contrast to the conventional temple architecture of India. Many authors tried to identify the true motive behind this erotic architecture and ended up explaining it from a philosophical point of view, but the true meaning of this iconography could be otherwise.

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