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Indian Poetry in English

Author : ZINIA MITRA
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Indian poetry in English began with the imitation of English Romantic poets but gradually Indo-Anglian poets began to write on Indian themes based on Indian contexts and Indian social scenario. Indo-Anglian poetry has received world recognition and some of the poets are held in high esteem. This anthology containing 35 essays is an attempt to represent the gamut of Indian poetry in English, both pre-Independence and post-Independence, from diverse critical perspectives. The thirteen poets covered in this anthology include Michael Madhusudan Dutt, Toru Dutt, Rabindranath Tagore, Sarojini Naidu, Nissim Ezekiel, A.K. Ramanujan, and Kamala Das. The essays in the book offer innovative perspectives and touch upon different aspects of Indian poetry in English. The tone of the essays varies from personal to argumentative to objectively discursive. The book, with diverse and thought-provoking essays, will be highly useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students of English Literature. Besides, those who are interested to know about Indian Poetry in English will find the book quite illuminating and interesting.

A Conceptual analytic Study of Classical Indian Philosophy of Morals

Author : Rajendra Prasad
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Using recontructive ideas available in classical Indian original works, this book makes a departure in the style of modern writings on Indian moral philosophy. It presents Indian ethics, in an objective, secular, and wherever necessary, critical manner as a systematic, down-to-earth, philosophical account of moral values, virtues, rights and obligations. It thereby refutes the claim that Indian philosophy has no ethics as well as the counter-claim that it transcends ethics. It demonstrates that moral living proves that the individual, his society and the world are really real and not only taken to be real for behavioral purposes as the Advaitins hold, the self is amoral being a non-agent, moksa is not a moral value, and the Karmic theory, because of involving belief in rebirth, does not fuarantee that the doer of an action is also the experiencer of its results, contrary to what is commonly held, and Indian ethics can sustain itself even if such notions are dropped. Rajendra Prasad calls Indian ethics organismic because, along with ethical concerns, it also covers issues related to professions, politics, administration, sex, environment, etc. Therefore, in one format it is theoretical and applied, normative and metaethical, humanistic and non-humanistic, etc., of course, within the limits of the then cognitive enquiry.

Tater and the Giant Indian

Author : Big Adam
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Tater, I have something to tell you For the first time ever, Big Adam brings together two of his bestselling titles, My Friend Tater and The Four Days, into a single novel to tell the story of the Giant Indian who, as a shy college freshman, meets a campus security officer named Tater who shares his love for the movies. The fun and laughs over the years comes to a jarring halt when the Indian loses the man he knew as Dad. He descends into horrid madness and despair. Only Tater can keep the Indian from doing the unthinkable

Language in Indian Philosophy and Religion

Author : Harold Coward
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The papers published in this volume were originally read and discussed at a three day seminar sponsored by the Canadian Society for the Study of Religion/Societie Canadienne des Sciences Religieuses at Laval University, Quebec City, Quebec, May 28th to 30th, 1976. This seminar served the important function of bringing together the majority of the Canadian scholars who specialize in Indian Philosophy and Religion. The topic, Language was chosen a year earlier so that advance study on a common theme could be undertaken by all who participated. Some thirty professors, as well as a few senior graduate students, engaged in the discussion. An additional and important feature of the seminar was that since it was held during the Learned Societies meetings, a number of Western scholars with an interest in language were able to listen in to the thinking of their Eastern colleagues. This provided the basis for some interesting and informed dialogue.

India Pakistan and Bangladesh

Author : United States. Department of State. Office of Media Services
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A Wasicu White Man in Indian Country

Author : Jim Murray
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JAMES M. MURRAY PhD. Professor Emeritus (Economics) University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Born on the Turtle Mountain Indian reservation in North Dakota (1932) Lived on Pine Ridge reservation in S.D. (1938-42); Crow Indian reservation (1945-49); Fort Totten reservation in N.D.(l949-50). Taught at five Universities the last being the Univ. of Wi.-Green Bay (1969-'93) Authored 50 articles and monographs, many of which were published. Served as a consultant to Native American Nations, corporations and government entities. (1958-1995)

Reservations Are for Indians

Author : Heather Robertson
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Offering a sympathetic but detached portrait of Canada's native people, this book has become a classic.

The Story of Tea

Author : E. Jaiwant Paul
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The Story of Tea traces the history, myths and rituals of growing and drinking tea from the tea gardens of China to the roadside dhabas of India. Thomas Garraway's first public sale of tea in England in 1657 was of historic importance. For this he published and distributed a poster... "The leaf of such known virtues ... that it is sold for twice its weight in silver. It maketh the body active and lusty. It helpth the headache, giddiness and heaviness and thereof. It is very good against stone and gravel, cleaning the kidneys and ureter. It is good against crudities, strengthening the weakness of the Ventricle or Stomack, causing good appetite and Deigestion and particularly for men of a corpulent body and such as are great eaters of flesh... It prevents and cures ague, surefeits...and fevers, by infusing a fit quantity of the leaf, thereby provoking a most gentle vomit...It drives away all pains in the Collick proceeding from wind and purgeth safety the Gall..." So said Thomas Garraway and indeed, many belived him!

The Puffin History of India for Children 3000 BC AD 1947

Author : Roshen Dalal
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In An Informal, Engaging Style, The Puffin History Of India For Children 3000 Bc To Ad 1947 Tells The Fascinating Story Of Our Land From The Indus Valley Civilization To Independence. Tracing The Social, Political, Cultural And Economic Development Of India, The Book Focuses On The High Points Of Indian History: The Vedic Age, The Mauryan Empire, The Gupta Period, The Battle Of Panipat, The Conquests Of Alauddin Khilji, Who Had The Largest Empire Since Ashoka, The Bahmani And Vijayanagara Kingdoms And Their Conflicts, The Rule Of Akbar, Shahjahan And Aurangzeb And The Building Of The Taj Mahal, The British Conquest, The 1857 Revolt, The Nationalist Movement And, Finally, The Triumph Of Independence. The Contribution Of The Important Personalities Who Shaped This History, From Mahavira, Buddha, Alexander, Ashoka, Harsha And Babur To Tipu Sultan, Ranjit Singh, Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose And Jawaharlal Nehru, Is Vividly Described In Fascinating Detail. Every Now And Then The Narrative Pauses To Dwell On The Social And Cultural Life Of The People, And The Political, Economic And Religious Changes That Have Been Wrought Over Centuries, Providing A Comprehensive Picture Of What Life Was Like In India At Various Points Of Time. The Colourful Description Of People, Events And Cultures, Complemented By A Host Of Illustrations And Maps, Brings History Dramatically To Life For The Reader.

The First Prime Minister of India

Author : Y.G. Bhave
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Examines, both critically and objectively the performance of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru as the First Prime Minister of independent India vis-a-vis such vital aspects of the country's corporate life as democracy, secularism, foreign policy, the Tibet and Kashmir problems, Assam, position of the Hindi language, and above all, the much-publicised planning process. What led to the creation of yawning gap between the avowed aims and objectives of Nehru's policies and the actual achievements? Reviews The book should generate a lively debate on the plus minus sides of Nehru's role as the first Prime Minister of India. C.K. Sardana, Financial Express, May 20, 1995

Indians and Emigrants

Author : Michael L. Tate
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In the first book to focus on relations between Indians and emigrants on the overland trails, Michael L. Tate shows that such encounters were far more often characterized by cooperation than by conflict. Having combed hundreds of unpublished sources and Indian oral traditions, Tate finds Indians and Anglo-Americans continuously trading goods and news with each other, and Indians providing various forms of assistance to overlanders. Tate admits that both sides normally followed their own best interests and ethical standards, which sometimes created distrust. But many acts of kindness by emigrants and by Indians can be attributed to simple human compassion. Not until the mid-1850s did Plains tribes begin to see their independence and cultural traditions threatened by the flood of white travelers. As buffalo herds dwindled and more Indians died from diseases brought by emigrants, violent clashes between wagon trains and Indians became more frequent, and the first Anglo-Indian wars erupted on the plains. Yet, even in the 1860s, Tate finds, friendly encounters were still the rule. Despite thousands of mutually beneficial exchanges between whites and Indians between 1840 and 1870, the image of Plains Indians as the overland pioneers’ worst enemies prevailed in American popular culture. In explaining the persistence of that stereotype, Tate seeks to dispel one of the West’s oldest cultural misunderstandings.

Indian Law Enforcement Improvement Act of 1975

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Indian Affairs
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Lands of the Indians Residing Upon the Umatilla Reservation

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs
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Injun Joe s Ghost

Author : Harry J. Brown
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Everyday Antiracism

Author : Mica Pollock
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Which acts by educators are “racist” and which are “antiracist”? How can an educator constructively discuss complex issues of race with students and colleagues? In Everyday Antiracism leading educators deal with the most challenging questions about race in school, offering invaluable and effective advice. Contributors including Beverly Daniel Tatum, Sonia Nieto, and Pedro Noguera describe concrete ways to analyze classroom interactions that may or may not be “racial,” deal with racial inequality and “diversity,” and teach to high standards across racial lines. Topics range from using racial incidents as teachable moments and responding to the “n-word” to valuing students’ home worlds, dealing daily with achievement gaps, and helping parents fight ethnic and racial misconceptions about their children. Questions following each essay prompt readers to examine and discuss everyday issues of race and opportunity in their own classrooms and schools. For educators and parents determined to move beyond frustrations about race, Everyday Antiracism is an essential tool.

American Indian Activism

Author : Troy R. Johnson
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Recounts the occupation of Alcatraz Island by Native American activists from 1969 to 1971, and places it in the context of organized Indian struggles in the 1960s and 1970s.

Indian Defence Review

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A History of Indian Painting

Author : Krishna Chaitanya
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Uring the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the history of india passed under a heavily shadowed phase. We shall leave it to the historian to research the detailed reasons why India allowed herself to be increasingly dominated by alliens from afar not only in the political but the cultural spheres to . But the basic reason must have been the serious weakening of the ethos of the people, the exhaustion of its creative elan when one wave in the rhythmic progression of history has reached its crest and hte parabola began to decents, developing an increasing momentum.

Panorama of Indian Education

Author : Janardan Prasad
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Notes on Indian Affairs

Author : Frederick John Shore
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