LIVING TRADITIONS OF RAMAKATHA
APPEARANCE / SYMBOLIC FORM ABHASA VOL. VIISBN : 81-208-1917-9Edited By :Sukumar chattopadhyay & narasingha charan panda
(2008, xxxiv+459 pp., line drawings, Illus. 34, bibl., index,)
The volume is the sixth manifestaton of the series devoted to key concepts of Indian art and deals with the abstract or symbolic forms containing closely related to eight terms where the basic concept of Ābhāsa, appearance or seemliness or reflection is inherent. Ābhāsa helps to realize the structure even in the symbolic or invisible formThis volume contains eight articles on the following concepts Ābhāsa, sādṛśya-sārūpys, anukaraṇa, anukṛti, anukīrtana, chāya, liṅga, pāda, vṛtti, rīti.
THE CULTURAL DIMENSION OF EDUCATIONISBN : 81-246-0101-1Edited By :Baidyanath Saraswati
(1998 xxii+258pp. col. illus.)
How can a sensibly worked-out system of education afford a symbiosis between modernity and wisdom tradition Addressing the vital question, the authors here look afresh at the relevance of art in the age of science/technocentrism, the role of education…Read Morein promoting peace and concord, Gandhian system of basic education& and, finally, how far Indias national concerns are reflected in its national policy on education.
As assemblage of 16 education-related essays, this volume is the outcome of a Conference on the “Cultural Dimension of Education and Ecology”, held in New Delhi on 13-16 October 1995 as a part of the Unesco Chair activities (in the field of cultural development) at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts. It presents insightful perspectives on primary education, focussing specially on its current status, trends and problems in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, and Thailand.
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ŚṚṄGĀRAPRAKĀŚA : SAHITYAPRAKASHISBN : 181-85503-14-1Edited By :Revaprasad Dwivedi and Sadashiv Kumar Dwivedi
(2007, 860pp., abb., Intro.,)
SPACE AND TIME-DESA-KALA VOL-IIISBN : 81-208-1044-9Edited By :Bettina Baumer
(2003 xxxvi+478pp., Abb., Illus.,, bibl., index,)
In this volume the essays on seminal terms of space and time enable the reader to comprehend the multilayered meanings of the concepts in different contexts. It contains the terms: Nābhi, kṣetra, deśa, kāla, kṣaṇa, sūtra, tāla, māna, śūnya, pūrṇa.