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Printed Pages: First Indian Edition. The Alchemical Body excavates and centers within its Indian context the lost tradition of the medieval Siddhas. Working from a body of previously unexplored alchemical sources, David Gordon White demonstrates for the first time that the medieval disciplines of Hindu alchemy and hatha yoga were practiced by one and the same people, and that they can only be understood when viewed together. White opens the way to a new and more comprehensive understanding of medieval Indian mysticism, within the broader context of South Asian Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Islam.
Contents Preface Not on Transliteration 1. Indian Paths to Immortality 2.
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The Prehistory of Tantric Alchemy 4. Sources for the History of Tantric Alchemy in India 5. Tantric and Siddha Alchemical Literature 6. Tantra in the Rasarnava 7. Homologous Structures of the Alchemical Body 9. The Dynamics of Transformation in Siddha Alchemy Penetration, Perfection and Immortality. David Gordon White excavates and seeks to centre within its broader Indian context the lost tradition of the medieval Siddhas. This comprehensive study draws upon the ancient Sanskrit and medieval Hindu materials and asserts medieval traditions of Hindu alchemy and hatha yoga were practiced by one.
Tantu: The Loom of Life S. Ramaswamy Trans. Niyogi Books, First edition. In this epic novel, Bhyrappa examines the social, political, moral and psychological fibre of contemporary Indian life, spanning the decades between post-Independence and the declaration of the Emergency under Indira Gandhi. The range of characters is astonishingly comprehensive - the true Gandhian idealist who, despite all odds, holds on to his values; an honest, uncompromising journalist who remains steadfast to his professional ethics; the liberatedA"" career woman who gains favour in the business world due to her promiscuity; and the academic-politician with a carefully cultivated charm used to seduce impressionable young women.
Tantu is panoramic in scope, moving from Bangalore to Mysore, from Banaras to Delhi. Police brutality, goondaism at the village level, the superficial five-star hotel culture and the smuggling of art objects out of the country are all subjects the novel relentlessly examines. Corruption and nepotism in high and low places is portrayed with absolute candour, as is the steady erosion of traditional Indian values.
Tantu is a fascinating survey of modern India, examined from many different angles. David Gordon White Munshiram. New Book. Saivite Sculptures of Khajuraho Dr. Suresh Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Khajuraho is a small but modernised village situated in the Chattarpur district of Madhya Pradesh in the Central India, played an important role as one of the capitals of Chandellas, with its famous group of magnificent temples with sculptures, built between 9th and 12th century A.
The Chandellas were devoted worshippers of both Siva and Vishnu. The chapters I and II deal with location and general history of Chandellas and the chapter III is written on the characteristics of early and later group of Temples of Khajuraho in general. This work aims at presenting a detailed and sytematic study of sculptures and iconography of Siva in particular based on Agamas and ancient texts. Although few books on sculptures have been published but there prevailed a lacuna as far as comprehensive work on Saivite sculptures from the iconographic point of view.
Khajuraho 2. Historical Perspective 3. Temples of Khajuraho 4. Iconography and Sculptures of Siva 5. Minor Divinities Conclusion Printed Pages: Their visual creative images are accompanied by their poetic creations as well. It reminds readers of past greats like Rabindranath Tagore and Abanindranath, who indulged in both painting and poetry. They are the artists who have mastered the art of expression in more than one form of expression. The works pertain to a period from to It is interesting to note that the eldest was born in , and the youngest in Visual Rhapsody presents a fusion of various forms of art and establishes an interrelationship between painting and poetry.
It proves that when artists use different art forms, they tend to infuse fresh power in their creations. Only ways and techniques are different.
The difference between the poet and painter is that one uses form and colour, while the other plays with words as tools of expression. In Visual Rhapsody artists use both media and thus, by complementing each other, extend the scope and visibility of their creations.
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Here is a book that is a feast for the eyes and soul. It offers a glimpse of eternal bliss! Contents:- 1. Sankha Ghosh : Foreword 2.
Debashis Chanda : Before the Beginning 3. Nandalal Bose 4. Hemendranath Mazumdar 5.
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Pradosh Dasgupta 6. Nikhil Biswas 7. Sovon Som 8. Rabin Mondal 9. Prokash Karmakar Ganesh Haloi Ramananda Bandyopadhyay Jogen Chowdhury Sunil Das Indranath Bandyopadhyay Shuvaprasanna Tapas Konar Samir Aich Sanjay Bhattacharyya Sanjay Ghosh Parag Roy Samindranath Mazumdar Tanmoy Mridha Aridam Chattopadhyay Mithu Sen Eleena Banik Printed Pages: Chicago, [Ill. Printworld P Ltd. India has a millennia-long, glorious past.
And, these apart, it is seen in the heights it achieved in the realms of sculptural art, architecture, drama, poetry, music, and even erotics. Notwithstanding its vastly complex expressions, the book develops a sharply chiselled cultural profile of ancient India - with spotlight on its creative genius, its intellectual traditions, and its landmark achievements.
In projecting these distinguishing features of a great heritage, the author : An Indologist of international renown, has drawn on a bewildering mass of literary evidence: ranging from Vedic writings to Vastuvidya texts, from Arthasastra treatises to Alamkara-sastra works. With wide-ranging bibliographic references and a comprehensive golssary of Sanskrit terms running over a hundred pages, the book will interest specialists and lay-readers alike.
Contents: Preface; Chronological Table; I. Rgveda 2. Age 3.
Contents 4. Secular Matters 5. Theology 6. Society 7.
Position of Women 8. Yajurveda 9. Samaveda Atharvaveda Brahmanas Aranyakas and Upanisads Vedangas II. EPICS : 1. Ramayana 2. Origin and Date 3. Genuine and the Spurious 4. Literary Value 5.
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Recensions 6. Ramayana and Mahabharata, which is Earlier 7. Influence in India and Abroad 8. Mahabharata 9. Bhagavad Gita Recensions Authorship and Evolution Date Harivamsa Influence Literary Value III.