A Fall 2013 bibliography - some recent South Asia books
(2013 August 29, created by Philip McEldowney)
  1. Grewal, J. S. (2012). Historical writings on the Sikhs, 1784-2011: Western enterprise and Indian response. Link.

  2. Malhotra, A., & Mir, F. (2012). Punjab reconsidered: History, culture, and practice. Link.

  3. Hasan, M., & Indian National Congress. (2012). Proceedings of the Indian National Congress. New Delhi: Niyogi Books. Link.

  4. Chandra, B. (2012). The writings of Bipan Chandra: The making of modern India : from Marx to Gandhi. New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan. Link.

  5. Beteille, A. (2012). Sunlight on the garden: A story of childhood & youth. New Delhi: Ravi Dayal Publisher. Link.

  6. Basu, A. (2012). The rise of civil society in Bengal during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Kolkata: The Asiatic Society. Link.

  7. Basu, U. (2012). Left out in Bengal: Mamata mahout on Congress elephant. New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors. Link.

  8. Bhattacharya, M. (2012). Chittagong: Summer of 1930. New Delhi: HarperCollins Publishers India, a joint venture with The India Today Group. Link.

  9. Alokacitre sekalera Dhaka. (2012). Dhaka: Bamladesa Jatiya Jadughara. Link.
    Hasan, M. (2013). Faith and freedom: Gandhi in history. New Delhi: Niyogi Books. Link.

  10. Suhrud, T., & Indian Institute of Advanced Study. (2012). Reading Gandhi in two tongues and other essays. Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study. Link.

  11. Natarajan, N. (2013). Atlantic Gandhi: The Mahatma overseas. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications. Link.

  12. Kar, P. K. (2013). Jayaprakash Narayan's concept of total revolution and its practice, 1974-1979. Nagpur: Dattsons. Link.

  13. Ambedkarism: Essays on select economic and cultural issues. (2012) . Jaipur: Rawat Publications. Link.

  14. Kumar, R. (2013). Dalit exclusion and subordination. Link.

  15. Pushpangadan, K., & Balasubramanyam, V. N. (2012). Growth, development, and diversity: India's record since liberalization. New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. Link.

  16. Malhotra, R. (2012). A critical decade: Policies for India's development. New Delhi: Oxford Univeresity Press. Link.

  17. Pankaj, A. (2012). Right to work and rural India: Working of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS). New Delhi: SAGE. Link.

  18. Sud, N. (2012). Liberalization, Hindu nationalism and the state: A biography of Gujarat. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. Link.

  19. Jafri, S. S. A., Bajpai, B. K., & Giri Institute of Development Studies. (2012). Rural-urban fringe: Problems and management. New Delhi: Jointly published for Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow by Concept Pub. Co. Link.

  20. Binda, K. (2011). Political reality & political consciousness, 1917-34: With special reference to Bihar. New Delhi: Janaki Prakashan. Link.

  21. Rammohan, E. N., Singh, A. P., Agarwal, A. K., & United Service Institution of India. (2011). Maoist insurgency and India's internal security architecture. New Delhi: United Service Institution of India. Link

  22. Playne, S., Wright, A., & Bond, J. W. (2012). Bengal and Assam, Behar and Orissa: Their history, people, commerce, and industrial resources. New Delhi: Asian Educational Services. Link.

  23. Mandal, H., Sarkar, A., & Anthropological Survey of India. (2013). Traditional wisdom and sustainable living: A study on the Indian tribal societies. New Delhi: Gyan Pub. House. Link.

  24. Tribal movements in India: Visions of Dr. K.S. Singh. (2012) . New Delhi: Manohar Publishers & Distributors. Link.

  25. Singh, S. S., & Centre for Studies in Civilizations (Delhi, India). 2012). Tribal religions. New Delhi: Published by Centre for Studies in Civilizations for the Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture. Link.

  26. Thiruchandran, S., & Social Scientists Association of Sri Lanka. (2012). Writing religion: Locating women. Colombo: Social Scientists' Association. Link.

  27. International Csoma De Koros Symposium, & Loseries-Leick, A. (2013). Tantrik literature and culture: Hermeneutics & expositions : proceedings of the 6th International Csoma de Koros Symposium, Kolkata/Santiniketan, March 2009 : selected papers et al. Delhi: Buddhist World Press. Link.

  28. Narasimham, R. (2013). Translation as a touchstone. Los Angeles: SAGE Publications. Link.

  29. Halder, S., & Halder, M. (2011). Temple architecture of Bengal: Analysis of stylislic [i.e. stylistic] evolution from fifth to nineteenth century. Kolkata: Urbee Prakashan. Link.

  30. Henss, M. (2012). Buddhist art in Tibet: New insights on ancient treasures : a study of paintings and sculptures from 8th to 18th century. New Delhi: Aditya Prakashan. Link.

  31. Rao, V. K. (2012). Women in Buddhist art. Delhi: Agam Kala Prakashan. Link.

  32. Doctor-Pingel, M. (2012). Poppo Pingel. Ahmedabad, India: Mapin. Link.

  33. Mirza, V., & Mallya, V. (2012). Handloom and handicrafts of Gujarat. Gandhinagar: Government of Gujarat. Link.

  34. Gujarati kitchen: Family recipes for the global palate. (2011) . Chennai: Westland. Link.

  35. Shrikumar, A. K. (2012). Man beast and wilderness: Jungle tales. New Delhi: Children's Book Trust. Link.

  36. Sumitra, ., & Rinacina, . (2012). Kamchor Dokra. Link.

  37. Leela. (2009). Chennai: Isha Foundation. Link.

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Last Update - 30 August 2013
Count - 35
Created on August 29, 2013