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com List of dated 17.04.11 1. Published by University of Calcutta: 1921: Sir Asutosh Mookherjee Silver Jubilee Volumes: Vol-1: Arts & Letters:[this volume contributed by his friends and admirers in India & abroad is inscribed with affection,respect & gratitude for his splendid services to the cause of advancement of learning 1894-1919. Contents: 27 papers- Land Transport in Medieval India- B.K.Sarkar, History of Indian Commerce,1765-1813: J.C. Sinha,politics in Islam: Khuda Baksh,The Guild in Modern India: Its Constitution & Expansion: Dr. Radha Kamal Mookherjee,Origin of Language: Sasadhar Ray,Customs & Transit Duties in the Madras Presidency During Early British rule: J.P. Niyogi, Characteristics of Ancient Indian Trade – by J.C. Coyaji, The Romantic Elements in Modern Philosophy of Mathematics – Dr. S.K.Maitra, Megiddo: A Study in Military History: by E.F. Oaten, The Date of Regional Economis – Dr.Radhakumud Mookherji, Sankara & Prof: James Ward- Dr.W.S. Urguhart, A Plea for an individualization of Punishment: Sitaram Banerjee, The Chai Singh Tragedy: N. C. Chatterjee, etc.etc. Calcutta,1921. Rebound. Pp 614,viii,a map. Rs. 1500/2. Published by Calcutta University: 1957: Study of Changes in Traditional Culture: [ proceedings of conference held by University of Calcutta in Co-operation with the UNESCO] Editor: K.P.Chattopadhyay, [ The Impact of Modernisation on Tribal Culture in India: Dr. N. Dattamajumdar,Changes in Durga Puja Festivals: Dr. J.Sarma, A Study of Brahman Sasan of Orissa, Folk Toys- AjitMookherji, Sari Border Changes : K.P.Chattopadhyay, Changes in traditional Music- Sri R.Mitra, Changes in Santal Songs – K.P.Chattopadhyay, Baul songs and their Modern formsS.Bandyopadhyay, with each chapters discussion,index. Calcutta,1957. Royalsize. Rebound. Pp 140,vi. Rs.450/3. Published by University of Calcutta: [Revised fourth edition 1961] Industrial Finance With Special Reference to India: S.K.Basu: Part-1: Banks in Relation to Industrial Financing German Banks & Industry, British Banks & theFinancing of Industries, Commercial Banking Trends in the Inter-War period: Post – Depression Re-Action, problems of industrial finance in India : Banks & other factors in Indian industrial financing ,Managing Agents in the role of the industrial financier in India , The State in the Role of Industrial financier in India in the inter war period,specialist institutions for industrial – financing the industrial Bank of JAPAN, Industrial Mortgage Banks in Post War Europe,etc. Part-2: Recent trends in industrial developments of industrial finance,the industrial finance corporation of India, State –financial corporations – their role in the financing of Small & Medium Sized industries,etc. bibliography, index,etc. Calcutta,4rth ed. Revised ed. 1961, first published 1939. Royal Size. Pp 494,xx. Rs.700/-

4. Published by University of Calcutta: 1924; An Introduction to Advaita Philosophy: [ sankara School of Vedanta] by Kokileswar Sastri, Vidyaratna, Calcutta,1924. English text. Rebound. Pp 196,xvi Rs. 550/5. Published by University of Calcutta: 1946: Egypt in 1945: Edited by M.L.Roy Choudhury, With A Foreword by Mustafa Nahas Pasha.[ political, social & economic, education, culture, with 19 chapters Some chapters:- landmarks in the history of modern Egypt – Dr. R. Barrawy, party politics in Egypt 1945, March – Prof. Magded Din Nassif, America in Egypt – Dr. E.E. elder, Renaissance of Women in Egypt- Anima Said,women!s education in Egypt-, crime in Egypt, Fine Arts & its School in Cairo, Contribution of Egypt to Islamic culture, Drama in Egypt, Music in Egypt,etc. Calcutta,1946. pp 234,xxii, 4 illustrations.Rs. 475/6. Published by University of Calcutta: [ Hindi Department] 1981; MITHAK AUR BHASHA: Chief : Editor: Prof: Kalyanmal Lora, Edited by Dr. Sambhunath.[ Mithak Aur Sanskriti, Kavya-bhasha, Mithak ka bhashik swarup, Kabir aur Tulsika antarik samya, with 20 chapters by various authors] Calcutta,1981. pp 262,viii.Rs.450/7. A History of Pre- Buddhistic Indian Philosophy: by Benimadhab Barua Part-1: Vedic Philosophy; - aghamarsana,prajapatiparamesthin,brahmanaspati, Anila, dirghatamas & narayana, Hiranyagarbha and visvakarman, Part-2: Post Vedic Philosophy: Part-3: Philosophy before Mahavira and Buddha, Part-4: Philosophy of Mahavira. Calcutta, 1921. royal size. Rebound. Pp444,xxiv.Rs.1600/8. The Post –Caitanya Sahajia Cult of Bengal: by Manindra Mohan Bose.[the saha-jiyas are divided in to various sects,each following a particular mode of culture narrated in this book. Aul,Baul,Sai, Darvesa & Kartabhaja are usually believed to be sahajiya sects., but they are not acknowledged as such by the Sahajiyas. They are members of allied cults with separate organizations & institutions of their own. Deals with sahajiya literature,with the chronology and identification of authors, supplemented by a long list sahajiya books that are in the library of university of Calcutta,etc. Calcutta,1930.Rebound. Royal Size. Pp320,xviii. Rs.1500/9. Materials for the Study of the Early History of the Vaishnava Sect: by Hema-chandra Raychaudhuri.[ vaishnavism & Vasudeva, life of KrishnaVasudeva & the early progress of Bhahgavatism, bhagavatism and the non – brahmanical creeds in Ancient India, bhagavatism in the scythian,gupta and post –gupta periods,bibliographical index,general index.] Calcutta, 1920. rebound. Pp 147,xii.Rs.600/10. Western Influence in Bengali Literature: by Priyaranjan Sen.[ Bengali literature Before western influence, historical background,channels of new influence: Fort William, education by the Governmenteducational policy,Rammohun Ray!s

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By Hemchandra Raychaudhuri,[ The Present volume are grouped under four heads- [ 1] Vedic & epic studies, [2] geography, [3] history and Chronology & [4] Epic and geographical and historical studies in Bengali. Some articles. Inter-relation of the two epic of Ancient India, study of ancient Indian geography, geographical literature in Sanskrit, Aryan Occupation of India, Some Rivers of Ancient India, Buddhism in Western India, Epigraphical notes, The Stone –Boat of Dharmapala, Kokamukhasvamin, Observations on the date of the ! Silappadikaram,Seniya Bimbisara, asoka Chakra – its Symbolism, The Karddamaka Kings, The Purvarajar of the Velvikkudi grant, on the emperor Mahipala of the pratihara dynasty, aspects of Hindu civic life, the great epic of India – a study, appendices – The Island home of RAVANA, bibliographical index,geographical index,general index. First published,1932. Third edition Revised and enlarged .1989. pp 336,xvi. Rs.600/17. EAST INDIAN BRONZES: Editor Sisir Kumar Mitra: Contributors: Asok K. Bhattacharya, B.N.Mukherjee, N.N.Bhattacharya, Rama Chatterjee. Kshanika Chatterjee. First comprehensive study of metal icons found in west Bengal, bihar, and Bangladesh and their adjacent regions between c. 750 and 1200 A.D. when the Palas and the Senas ruled the Most parts of the region.with Study in style, Radiation of the Style, study in Technique, Iconographical Notes: Buddhist Images, Jaina Images, Brahmanical Images, Visnu and Other divinities, Important Hoards & Finds, Dated Images, note on Chemical Analysis of the Alloy, etc. by various Authors. ] published by University of Calcutta:Dept. Centre of Advanced Study in Ancient Indian History & Culture, 1979. Size. 14/10 inches. Pp 168,xii. With 133 plates. Index.original condition. Rs.1800/Following Books Published from Calcutta University: Calcutta: 18. The History of Bengal: 1757-1905: Edited by Narendra Krishna Sinha. [political history; by Dr.Benoy K.Chaudhury, Administrative,Economic & Social History by N.K.Sinha, Education, by Dr. R.C.Mitra,Art,Music ,Religion: Hinduism, by Nisith Ranjan Roy, Brahmo Samaj: by Dr. Dilip K.Biswas, Islam in Bengal, by Dr. J.N.sarkar, with other subjects by various authors: First published 1967, Calcutta, 2nd ed. 1996. Royal Size. Pp 628,xvi,with index,maps,folded. Rs.500/19. Pracya-Siksa- Suhasini: Seventy –Fifth Aniversary Celebration Volume of the Department of Ancient Indian History & Culture: Edtor: Samaresh Bandyopadhyay. The Volume Has Two Papers: Part-1: is entitled !dept.of Ancient History & Culture: and it has eleven well defined and Exceedingly Interested Sections: Part-2: is titled !research Papers on Ancient Indian & Culture! & it Contains eighteen very illuminating Articles from Reputed Indian & Foreign Scholars:A Rare Buddhist Image of Sukhavati Lokeswara from NEPAL: by A.K.Bhattacharya, Persisting Errors in Studying Sanskrit Inscriptions of CAMBODIA: by Dr. Kokileswar Bhattacharya, Buddhism in the Early THAI KINGDOM, by Dr. Ian W. Mabbett, The KIRATAS in INDIAN Literature, by Dr. Milton S.Sangma, note on TEN Incaranations of VISNU with Special Reference to BUDDHA, by L.K.Tripathi, Terracotta Antiquities from BODH –GAYA: in the Bangiya Sahity Parishat Museum: by Dr. Debala Mitra, Some Aspects of Mantrayana Buddhism, by Dr. S.C.Mukherjee. etc. etc.] Calcutta,1st ed.

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