In a journey across two thousand years, this book describes the ties of trade, migration, and investment between India and the rest of the world and shows how changing patterns of globalization have reverberated in economic policy, politics, and political ideology within India.
Call Number: University Museum Library. DS419 .S53
Publication Date: 2016
The first section of the book discusses religious and regional processes, the second section connects ancient and modern India through a discussion of the beginnings of Indian archaeology, and the third underlines the importance of reconstructing the intellectual landscape of ancient India.
Explores discursive plurality and the monopolization of interpretation as the poles from which inclusion in and exclusion from the national community are negotiated. The author investigates the ways in which citizenship manifests itself.
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Three inseparable childhood friends are just out of college. Nothing comes between them-until they each fall in love, and their wildly different approaches to relationships creates tension. The film is praised for its music.
Shukla, et al., document the clothing decisions made by ordinary people in their everyday lives. Through fieldwork, the authors conceptualize and realize a model for understanding body art as an aesthetic modification and supplementation to the physical body.
Trivedi explores the making of one of modern India's most enduring political symbols, khadi: a homespun, home-woven cloth. She brings together social history and visual culture to examine khadi as both symbol and commodity.
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Dwyer presents the ways in which Bollywood has imagined and portrayed the unity and diversity of India. Her work is based on twenty years of watching, teaching and writing about Hindi films, working with filmmakers and discussions with critics and fans.
Kent offers a compelling examination of the religious and social context in which sacred groves take on meaning for the villagers who maintain them. She shows how they have become objects of fascination and hope for Indian environmentalists.
In this book you will find a historical overview of the subject, ranging from the mosques and tombs erected by the Delhi sultans in the 13th through15th centuries, to the great monuments of the Mughals in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Mitchell investigates the temple architecture from the 500-year period that coincides with the rule of the sultanates, the Mughals, and the British. Through a study of over 300 temples from 17 geographical zones, this book shows that, these years were remarkably creative and vibrant.
Schaller offers a detailed account of the ecology and behavior of Bengal tigers and four species of the hoofed mammals on which they prey. His study builds upon his observations in India's Kanha National Park.