(Size: 35.5x28cms.), Content, Foreword, Observation and Exploration of Space, Atlas of the Earth form Space, Atlas of the Moon, Atlas of the Solar System, Atlas of the Stars, Epilogue, Catalogue of Stellar Objects, Glossary of Terms Used in Astronomy, The Beginner's Guide to the Heavens, Index. 271 pages, coloured illustrated, Second Reprint 1972 , May-2003 ISBN: 272 Yr. of Pub.1972 Hard Bound English
This Anthology of poem is typically Indian poetry in English. The idea, concept, including the locale and the landscape, all are Indians in these poems. Only the poems are written English. Since the time of the growth of Indian Nationalism after the British colonization in India, English in India enjoyed a special status. English was the medium of teaching and learning at all levels of education. Even after the decolonization of India in 1947, the Indian constitution grants the status of English in our country as โAn Associate Official Language of Indiaโ. Indeed a particular variety of British Standard English is one of the Indian languages. The undeniable fact is that English has integrated various regions of the country with all their cultural, linguistic, religious and ethnic diversities into one India. Thus English is the Soul of Modern India. Indian Poetry in English does not mean any regional poetry written either in Hindi or Bengali or Tamil or any other regional languages. Indian Poetry in English is national in character. The last four poems are on aggressively friendly Nature of Kearney, Nebraska, the place in the mid-west of the U.S.A. where I have been for the last two months with my daughter and her family. The feeling of the poems in this anthology is the feelings of neither Indians nor Americans and English men. The feeling is also the universal feeling of Mankind. And English may be the comfortable medium of that universal feeling of men of all races, casts, creeds and religions.
Contents: Foreword,Acknowledgements,List of tables,List of figures,Theoretical orientation and statement of the problem,The field investigation,The development cycle in Korwa Kothari,The demographic bases of Korwa Kothari,The economics bases of Korwa Kothari,Discussion and conclusions,References,Appendices,Index.
ยจ Action (Karma) ยจ Adityas ยจ Alphabet โAโ ยจ Anatnag ยจ Anger ยจ Aswatha tree ยจ Austerity (Tapas) ยจ Beast and Bird ยจ Bharata ยจ Bhrigu ยจ Body ยจ Brahman ยจ Breath control (Pranayam) ยจ Brihaspati ยจ Cause and Effect ยจ Change ยจ Chariot ยจ Charity ยจ Cleanliness ยจ Concept of Time and Space ยจ Conquerer ยจ Conscious Principle ยจ Creation ยจ Desire and attachment (Kama and Raga) ยจ Deva ยจ Devotion (Bhakti) ยจ Direction of the disembodied ยจ Divine experience ยจ Dullness (Aprakasah) ยจ Dwija (Twice born) ยจ Ego ยจ Equanimity ยจ Enquiry ยจ Enterprise ยจ Evil ยจ Evolution ยจ Faith (Sraddha) ยจ Field (Kshetra) and knower -of-the field (Kshetrajna) ยจ Food (Aahara) ยจ Forbearance (Kshanti) ยจ Form of Lord ยจ Four ancients (Kumaras) and the Manus ยจ Gandharvas ยจ The Ganges (Ganga) ยจ Gayatri ยจ Geeta ยจ Goal of life ยจ Great Elements and Rudiments ยจ Heart ยจ Heaven and Hell ยจ Highest Spirit (Purushottama) ยจ Hinduism ยจ The Idol ยจ Imperishable ยจ Intelligence ยจ Japa ยจ Jiva ยจ Kamadhuk ยจ Kandarp ยจ Kesava ยจ Kirtana ยจ Knowledge (Jnana) and wisdom (Vijnana) ยจ Resolution (Dhriti), Zeal (Utsaha) and Understanding (Buddhi) ยจ Krishna ยจ Kshatriyas ยจ Kubera ยจ Language ยจ Life ยจ Life of self-control (Brahmacharya) ยจ Love ยจ Mahavakyas ยจ Maruts ยจ Mankind ยจ Matter (Prakriti) and Spirit (Purusha) ยจ Maya ยจ Meditation ยจ Meru ยจ Mind ยจ Moods (Gunas) ยจ Muni ยจ Mysticism ยจ Narada ยจ Oblations ยจ Om ยจ Om Tat Sat ยจ The Path of Return (Pitrayana) ยจ Perecption ยจ Pranas ยจ Prayer (Bhajana) ยจ Principle of death ยจ Procreation ยจ Prophet ยจ Pure Intellect ยจ Rajarshi ยจ Rama ยจ Religion (Dharma) ยจ Renunciation (Sanyasa) and Abandonment (Tyaga) ยจ Rule of diet ยจ Ruler and ruled ยจ Sankara ยจ Sat ยจ Secret ยจ Secret of success ยจ Seer ยจ The Self ยจ Serenity (Sama) and Self-control (Dama) ยจ Silence (Mouna) ยจ Sin ยจ Sleep (Nidra), Indolence (Alasya) and Heedlessness (Pramada) ยจ Speech ยจ Spiritual way of life ยจ State of Pralaya (Dissolution) ยจ Student and Teacher ยจ Supreme Peace (Param Santim) ยจ Technique of self development ยจ Theory of fall of man ยจ Theory of gradual liberation (Karma Mukti) ยจ Thought life ยจ Tranquility (Prasada) ยจ The Trinity ยจ Truth ยจ Upanishad ยจ Upasana ยจ Vaada ยจ Varna ยจ Varuna ยจ Vasanas ยจ Vasava ยจ Vasuki serpent ยจ Vasus ยจ Veda ยจ Vishnu ยจ Ways of life ยจ Wind ยจ Womb (Hiranya Garbha) ยจ World (Jagat) ยจ Worship ยจ Yajna ยจ Yama ยจ Yoga
Contents, Acknowledgements, 1 Introduction, 2 The Himalayan Catchments, 3 Soil Erosion and Sedimentation-An Environmental Hazard, 4 Deforestation and Environmental Degradation, 5 Social Economy of The Himalayan People, 6 Western Himalayan-Their Climates, 7 Physical and Edaphic Feature of Geology and Soil, 8 Vegetation-Floristic Survey of Garhwal Himalaya, 9 Ecological Features of the Vegetation, 10 Dynamics of OAK-Conifer Forests, 11 Adaptive Trends in the Flora of the High Altitudes, 12 Economic Importance of the Flora and Conservation of Endangered Species, Preface, Acknowledgements. illustrated 1983, Isbn: 81-7019-089-1 ISBN:8170190891 vi+379 Yr. of Pub.1983 Hard Bound English
Contents: Preface,Introduction,The physical features and topography,General landscape and configuration,Climate,Soil,Environment conditions,Floristie diversity in the flora,The Eastern himalaya,The eco-floristie zones and the present status of the flora,Present status of the main forest types of western himalayas,Phytogeography,Relationship of vegetation stages with the climate,Phytogeographical patterns,Floristic components,discontinuous distribution and affinities,Discontinuons distribution in some tree species the himalaya flora,Discontinuous distribution of taxa between himalaya and China.Mediterranean and arcto-alpine influence in the flora of western himalaya,Origin of the himalaya and its glaciation,Vegetational changes as a result of himalayan uplift,Palaeohistory of west himalaya forest vegetation,Migration of vegetation,Plant explorations,Annotated list of plants.
Contents: Introduction,Evolutionary factors,Characters and distribution of the oenotheras,The Cultural history of oenothera,1614-1860,Description of the mutation phenomena in Oe.Lamarckiana,Mutations in other oenotheras,The cytological basis of the mutation phenomena,Hybridisation and hereditary behaviour,The relation between hybridisation and mutation,A general theory of mutations,The evolutionary significance of mutations,Bibliograpy,Index.