India’s External Intelligence: Secrets of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW)

Author Maj. Gen. V.K. Singh Description RAW is India’s primary intelligence agency. It functions as the country’s top secret agency, similar to the CIA in the United States and MI-6 in the United Kingdom. External espionage is one of its responsibilities. RAW, unlike other countries’ intelligence agencies that are subjected to public and parliamentary scrutiny, […]

Cosmo Dictionary of Indian English

Author Yule, Henry & Burnell, A.C. (Ed. G.B.T. Kurian) Description The only book of its kind and breadth is the Dictionary of Indian English. It’s a crucial research tool that should be accessible to all Indian English speakers, as well as visitors to India.

Sangama : A Confluence of Art and Culture During the Vijayanagar Period

Author Rao, Nailini (Ed.) Description The study of Vijayanagara in the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries, as seen through Sanskrit literature, provides an interesting perspective on social and cultural forces interacting during that period. Studies that are focused on Vijayanagara and use archaeological, architectural, inscriptional, and textural evidence are included. This book has been produced in […]

Welfare State, Right to Life and Capital Punishment in India

Author Sharma, Parul Description In India, by Parul Sharma, the author analyzes the socioc legal structure, which includes a welfare state, a right to life, and capital punishment. The connections and tensions addressed are pertinent to countries with complex and broad social structures like India’s. In cases where justice is difficult to obtain due to […]

The Other Side of Belief : Interpreting U.G. Krishnamurti

Author Rao, Mukunda Description In an unconscious state, the human animal has asked these two questions since the dawn of time: ‘Who am I?’ and ‘Why am I here?’ These are the queries that drove me to U.G. Krishnamurti’s doorstep, where I had a unique opportunity to meet him. And as a result of that […]

Encyclopaedic Historiography of the Muslim World, 3 Vols.

Author Singh, N.K. & Samiuddin, A. (eds.) Description Encyclopaedic Historiography of the Muslim World, published in three volumes for the first time and written by a highly regarded academic historian, has become a classic study on 359 Muslim Historians and more than 100 Historical Works from early Islamic history to contemporary Muslim World. The Encyclopaedia […]

Capturing Wildlife Moments in India

Author Ashok Mahindra Description Various factors are threatening the viability of India’s wildlife, including poaching, man-animal conflict, and deforestation. Their survival is contingent on strong legislation and support from the government, as well as public awareness campaigns led by NGOs and particularly youngsters who will hopefully become aware of the danger these endangered species face […]

India China : Neighbours Strangers

Author Ira Pande Description The relationship between India and China is increasingly important as the balance of power shifts from the West to the East. It will have a significant impact on Asia, as well as the global political and economic climate. However, it is a relationship that is rife with uncertainties and mistrust. It’s […]

A Profile of Tikhak Tangsa Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh

Author Chimoy Simai Description The Tangsa people are one of the major tribes in Arunachal Pradesh. There are more than 17 sub-tribes in the Tangsa tribe. The Tikhak is a member of one of its sub-groups. The Tikhaks are residents of Changlang province, Arunachal Pradesh. The Tikhak are thought to have arrived in Assam, India, […]

War of Civilisations : The Long Revolution (India AD 1857), 2 Vols.

Author Amaresh Misra Description This is the first of two-volume work, which tells the story of how a huge, long-standing conflict between the East and West was resolved. The world still bears the scars and victory monuments of India’s war against Western civilization that erupted in AD 1857 and continued for over ten years. More […]

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