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Some Joe You Don't Know: An American Biographical Guide to 100 British  Television Personalities - Slide, Anthony
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Some Joe You Don't Know: An American Biographical Guide to 100 British Television Personalities - First edition

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Bln., Malik (1931).. 408(1) S., 7 nnum. S. Textprobe aus ""Das Leben der Autos"". OLn. m. goldgepr. Tit. auf Rü. u. Vorderdeckel. Einbd. etw. berieben, papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Dt.EA. Malik-Bibliogr.243. Hermann 48., Bln., Malik (1931)., 2009. Hardcover. New. The new generation of Indians is hardly in know how of the role played by Muslims in our freedom struggle and other fields of importance. The role of the Great Muslims has been obscured and our textbooks on history either totally ignore them or mention them just casually. In fact besides this all other notable people get due recognition in the text books like Mahatma Gandhi and Nehru etc. Present book sheds due consideration and focus upon Great Muslims of Undivided India and their contributions in their respective fields of expertise and fame. About The Author:- Nikhat Ekbal, born in 1978, has done her Graduation and Post Graduation in History from Binova Bhave University, Hazaribagh. She has taught history for four years in Bihar. Now she is contributing her experience and knowledge to the field of literature. This book is her first book which is intended to focus upon the Great Muslims life and their contributions and works in their respective fields. Contents:- Contents, Preface ix, Introduction xi, Section: I, ARTISTS, 1. Akbar Padamsee 3, 2. Altaf Raja 4, 3. Bari Siddiqui 6, 4. Dilip Kumar 8, 5. Ismail Gulgee 11, 6. Lubna Agha 13, 7. M. F. Husain 15, 8. Madhubala 16, 9. Mehmood 19, 10. Meena Kumari 21, 11. Muhammad Rafi 24, 12. Naseeruddin Shah 26, 13. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan 28, 14. Sayed Haider Raza 31, 15. Syed Sadequain Ahmed Raza 33, 16. Suraiya 35, 17. Talat Aziz 36, 18. Talat Mahmood 38, 19. Tyeb Mehta 40, 20. Ustad Amir Khan 41, 21. Ustad Amjad Ali Khan 42, 22. Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan 44, 23. Ustad Bismillah Khan 45, vi Great Muslims of Undivided India, 24. Ustad Faiyaz Khan 47, 25. Ustad Zakir Hussain 49, 26. Waheeda Rehman 51, Section: II, FREEDOM FIGHTERS, 1. A. K. Fazlul Huq 57, 2. Allama Iqbal 59, 3. Ashfaqulla Khan 62, 4. Dr. Zakir Hussain 63, 5. Hakim Ajmal Khan 64, 6. Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy 66, 7. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan 68, 8. Liaquat Ali Khan 71, 9. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad 73, 10. Maulana Hasrat Mohani 80, 11. Maulana Muhammad Ali 81, 12. Mukhtar Ahmed Ansari 82, 13. Rafi Ahmed Kidwai 83, Section: III, LEADERS, 1. Aga Khan 89, 2. Ayub Khan 94, 3. Benazir Bhutto 96, 4. Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed 98, 5. Khaleda Zia 101, 6. Muhammad Zia-Ul-Haq 104, 7. Muhammad Ali Jinnah 106, 8. Sheikh Abdullah 111, 9. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan 115, 10. Yahya Khan 121, 11. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto 124, CONTENTS:- vii, Section: IV, PHILOSOPHERS, 1. Fazlur Rahman Malik 133, 2. Javed Ahmad Ghamidi 134, 3. Muhammad Hamidullah 137, 4. Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi 139, 5. Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi 141, Section: V, SCIENTISTS, 1. APJ Abdul Kalam 147, 2. Abdul Qadeer Khan 148, 3. Abdus Salam 150, 4. Fazlur Rahman Khan 154, 5. Salimuzzaman Siddiqui 156, Section: VI, SCHOLARS, 1. Abul Kashem 163, 2. Azizul Haque 165, 3. Maulana Muhammad Ilyas 167, 4. Maulana Tariq Jamil 180, 5. Muhammad Hussain Najafi 182, 6. Muhammad Shahidullah 184, 7. Muhammad Zakariya Al-Kandahlawi 187, 8. Syed Waheed Akhtar 190, Section: VII, SOCIAL REFORMERS, 1. Akhtar Hameed Khan 197, 2. Allama Mashriqi 201, 3. Asma Jilani Jahangir 205, 4. Ghulam Ahmed Pervez 207, 5. Muhammad Yunus 210, viii Great Muslims of Undivided India, Section: VIII, SPORTS PERSON, 1. Ali Qamar 219, 2. Aslam Sher Khan 220, 3. Haroon Yousaf 222, 4. Hashim Khan 223, 5. Imran Khan 224, 6. Javed Miandad 227, 7. Jahangir Khan 230, 8. Jehangir Khan 231, 9. Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi 233, 10. Muhammad Azharuddin 234, 11. Muhammad Essa 236, 12. Qamar Zaman 238, 13. Saeed Anwar 239, 14. Sania Mirza 240, 15. Sohail Abbas 244, 16. Syed Kirmani 250, 17. Waseem Ahmad 251, 18. Wasim Akram 254, 19. Zafar Iqbal 257, 20. Zeshan Rehman 258, Section: IX, WRITERS, 1. Ahmed Sofa 265, 2. Akhteruzzaman Elias 270, 3. Fareed Zakaria 271, 4. Humayun Kabir 274, 5. Javed Akhtar 275, 6. Khurshid Ahmad 278, 7. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal 279, 8. Salman Rushdie 282, 9. Taslima Nasreen 286, Bibliography 295, Index 301 The Title 'Great Muslims of Undivided India written/authored/edited by Nikhat Ekbal', published in the year 2009. The ISBN 9788178357560 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 306 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is History / Archaeology / Political Science / RELIGION / PHILOSOPHY., 2009, 2016. Hardcover. New. ABOUT THE BOOK:- This book deals with the times, life and works of Dara Shukuh as a Sufi scholar and a military man subsumed under Akhlalq working for social cohesion within Akbar's dominant state ideology. His effort at raptures produced biographies, translations of the Upanishads, quatrains, calligraphy, architecture, astronomy and painting album. The book deals with his loves, travails, turbulence and heinous martyrdom owing to his vision and constrains of the times he lived in. This crystal tower was brought to dust owing to treachery, limited vision of his orthodox and ambitious co-brothers. He became a path blazer within the paradigm of the seventeenth century anticipating Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Ravindra Nath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi and Jawahar Lal Nehru, by challenging orthodoxy. The book contextualises him in the times as part of the opposition between orthodoxy and heterodoxy around the grid of equality of religions and not priority of a religion. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Dr. Rakesh Gupta (b. 1946) retired as a Professor from Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University after thirty years and at Motilal Nehru College, DU (11 years), Executive Editor of Mainstream, a Junior Fellow, ICHR and Senior Fellow ICSSR attached to the IDSA, Visiting Professor IIT, Guwahati (2014), Visiting Fellow to Central University, Hyderabad (2015). Publications: Bihar Peasantry and Kisan Sabha, State in India, Pakistan, Russia and Central Asia, Terrorism and Communalism and other Threats to Indian Security, Use of Metaphors by Jawaharlal Nehru, Soviet Policies in the 1980s, Political Stability and Civil Military Relations under Gorbachev, Polisario, Militarisation of Outer Space: A Case Study of US Policy, edited SDI: Aims, Implications and Responses, Indian Security in the twenty first century, co-authored, Pakistan and The Nuclear Bomb, Novella Raziyya Sultan and poetry collections, i.e. Frozen Moments and Rouge. CONTENTS:- Preface .11 Chapter - 1 Dara’s Times – Rapture and Rupture . 17 • Introduction • Asiatic Mode of Production (?) • Patrimonial State (?) • Genealogy (?) • Micro-politics • Holistic State (?) • Simultaneity • Organic Whole • Absolute Sovereignty: External Limitations • Patronage of Caliph • Turko-Persian Influence: Sunni vs. Shii, Qandahar • European Rivalry Sea Trade and Visits to Mecca • Establishment of the Core of Sovereignty • Nomad-like Movement • Personality • Courtly Culture • Societal and Economic Dynamics • Mughal Transition • Inequality among Urban Muslims • Indian Muslims and Administration • Racial Prejudice • Jahangir and Politico-religious Fault lines • Urban Life: ordinary conflicts and the lay out • Patron-client relationships • Merchants and Markets • Atrophy • Monarchy and Rural exploitation • Temporary Assignments • Crisis. Chapter - 2 Birth, Family and Personality of Dara . 67 • Birth • Sagittarius • Born to Baba Khurram • Mothers and Daughters • Eternity • Dara on Eternity • Dara- What is in a name! • Letters of Dara Shukuh/Shikoh as signifiers • Chroniclers’ Assessments of Dara • Akbar, Dara, Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb • Celebrations • Fathers • Miracles, Myths, Magic • Circumbulation, Intervention of Magic or Blind Faith in Mystics • Kinship-Kingship • Gratis, Popular and the Populist Culture • Example of transference practiced by Hindus and Muslims • Education • Nasiriya College, 13th century • Akhlalq • Schooling • Curriculum (13th century) • Mental Culture • Education under Akbar • Science and Religion • Dara-Mind • Development of his Mental Make up • Rationalism • Allegory/Simile/Mysticism • Classicists • Romanticists • Communication • 16th and 17th century • Allegory in Islam • Persian Poetry and Dara • Rationalism • Loyalty • Loyalty to Factions • Dara’s sense of loyalty and fair play • Marriage and Family • Ranadil and Udepuri • Love for Nadira Banu • Children. Chapter - 3 Qadiri Scholar . 105 • Sect • Sunni and Shia • Sufis • Etymology and Concept • Sufism as Freemasonry • In Central Asia • Special quality • Elements • Soofee doctrine-Burke, 1815 • Sufis in the Mughal Period in India • Different persuasions of Sufism • Sufi Orders • Chisti –Silsila • Naqshbandi Order • Naqshbandi Sayings: Negation of Being • Qadariyya Order • Impact of Sufis • Dara’s Sufi Identity • Rising Graph of an Intellectual • ‘Sweet Fruits’ ‘Born Of Clay’ • Mystics in his poetry and borrowed Symbol • Qadiri Ghazals • Dara as Hagiographer (Tazkiras Writer) • Possible Motives of Dara • Safinat-ul-A’lwiya • Sakinat-ul-l’ Alwiya • Selective Biographer • Shaykh Abd Shaykh Adl-al-Haqq and Shaykh Abd ar-Rehman • Dara’s Letters • Contact with Sarmad • Rebuffing the Orthodox • Sufi Scholar • Tradition of Syncretic Scholarship • Translations for Common Perspective • Fore Cry of Compositeness • Multi-Cultural Society • Public Domain: Scholar of Co-mingling • With Baba lal and Chandrabhan. Chapter - 4 Trajectory of Heir Apparent . 141 • No Civil War or Class Struggle • Politics and War: Implosion • Scholar Soldier • Shah Buland Iqbal • Earlier Appointments • Early Signs of Hostility sans Religion • Incidents Relating to Aurangzeb’s early Hostility • Shah Jahan’s Tactical Postings of his Sons • Dara’s Administrative Skills • Indiscrete utterances and Shah Jahan’s Sex forays • Negatives of the Administration • Administration and Marriages • Lobbies, Factions and Parties • Junta during Jahangir’s Reign • Political Parties in Shah Jahan’s Court • Succession Issue • Religious Frill • Composition • Sadullah Khan and Dara Shukuh • Mir Jumla: astute turn coat • Dara Before and During Shah Jahan’s illness in 1657 • Steps during and after Shah Jahan’s brief illness • Dakhyn politics at this juncture (1665-1657) • Sex and War • Little Entente • Motivations causing the Little Entente • Absence of vision and mental incapability • Acumen • Shah Shuja versus Sulaiman Shukuh • Raja Jai Singh’s Treachery • Raja Jai Singh’s rationale • Victory Undone • Dress rehearsal of Treachery • Cobra and Snakes • Before the Battle of Dharmat • Communication Network • Blocking information and winning over the Nobles • Aurangzeb and Mir Jumla • Aurangzeb’s Consolidation of Forces • Shah Jahan’s Advice and Khalilullah’s Counterpoint • Dharmat Battle • Rajputs slaughtered and Jaswant Singh’s flight • Shah Jahan conceded to Dara Taking the field as fait accompli • Dara’s Departure for Dholpur • Forces • Dara’s Dholpur plans and weaknesses • Reasons for Precipitate Action • Failed to understand the Lull • Dara dithered on Advice • Battlefield Formations at Samugarh • Formations and Mughal Soldiery • Defensive-Offensive (?) • Shah Jahan’s sin visited Dara • Hard and Soft Soldier (?) • Other Features of War • Jump in Chronology • Deorai Clincher • Betrayals as Game Plan • Deorai Exchange • Raja Rup Singh’s Betrayal • Features of Battles. Chapter - 5 Hare and the Hound . 191 • Emotion and Refusal • Advice • Betrayed • Sultan Muhammad takes the keys • Shah Jahan’s Ineffectual Retaliation and slump • Confinement and new plan of Shah Jahan • Aurangzeb’s Justification • Strategic issues (I and 2) • Aurangzeb’s possible reasons • Operation Murad Baksh near Mathura • Dara at Lahor (now Lahore) • Hamlet’s dilemma-Dara’s style • Half-hearted Measures at Beas and Satlej (Satluj) Rivers • Multan or Kabul? • Bhakkar onwards • Aurangzeb left to deal with Shah Shuja • Dara with Rao of Cutch • Dara the Gambler • Flight from Deorai • Jiwan Khan • Journey in Disgrace • Common people support • Dara and Raziya • Khawasapura • Alarmed • Malik Jiwan and popular Revolt • Evening of life • Dara and Aurangzeb exchange • Ascertain • Captive (Local) and Martyr (Universal) • Split of an Acorn • Visionary Mystic. Bibliography . 213 Index . 219 The Title 'Dara Shukuh : Captive Visionary of His Times written/authored/edited by Rakesh Gupta', published in the year 2016. The ISBN 9789351282204 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 236 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Biography., 2016, 2004. Hardcover. New. The study offers a comprehensive analysis of social ecology, environmental sociology and tribal life. It is an attempt to look at ecology and tribal life in its reciprocal symbiotic forms. It discusses inter-relationship of physical, biological and cultural features of the region. Topics like social ecology and forest resources, economy, ecology and development etc. are dealt with in details. About The Author:- Bibhuti Bhushan Malik, is lecturer in sociology at M. Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith University, Varanasi. Contents:- Contents# Preface 7, 1 Introduction 9, 2. People Tribe and Ecology 55, 3. Social Structure and Change 77, 4. Political and Legal System 105, 5. Religion and Belief System 141, 6. Culture Leisure and Communication 181, 7. Economy Ecology and Development 231, 8. Social Ecology and Forest Resources 283, 9. Change and Development 307, 10. Conclusion 335, Appendix 343, Bibliography 353, Index 367 The Title 'Social Ecology of Forest Resources written/authored/edited by Bibhuti Bhushan Malik', published in the year 2004. The ISBN 9788178352862 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 375 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Environment / Sociology., 2004, 16.-20.Tsd. Bln., Malik o.J. (1928).. 463 S. Blauer OLn.bd. m. goldgepr. Rü.- u. Deckeltit sowie rotem Kopfschnitt. Exlibris, schönes Ex. in gutem Erh.zustand. (= Ges. Werke 4). Malik-Bibliogr. 158 a. Hermann 108., 16.-20.Tsd. Bln., Malik o.J. (1928)., N.Y., Aurora (1945).. 46(2) S. Okart. m. OU. Vorsätze tls. gebräunt. EA. Melzwig 755.1. Malik-Bibliogr. 309. Hermann 436., N.Y., Aurora (1945)., London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2000. 1st edition. hardback with dust jacket. As New. small octavo. x + 470pp., colour & b/w plates, text ills., maps, appends., bibliog., index, ÔAre humans unique? Can animals think as we do? Will machines ever be concious?Õ Inc. huge 27pp. bibliography, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2000, 2015. Hardcover. New. About The BOOK:- Natural resources are materials and components (something that can be used) that can be found within the environment. It occurs naturally within environments that exist relatively undisturbed by humanity, in a natural form. It can be thought of as natural capital assets, distinct from physical and human capital in that they are not created by human activity. Natural resource is often characterized by amounts of biodiversity and geodiversity existent in various ecosystems. They are useful materials from the Earth, such as coal, oil, natural gas, and trees. People use natural resources as raw materials to manufacture or create a range of modern conveniences. Water and food provide humans with sustenance and energy, for example, and fossil fuels generate heat as well as energy for transportation and industrial production. Natural resources are the raw materials supplied by nature. Everything produced, used and thrown away originates from natural resources. People cannot create natural resources. Sustainable development is a road-map, an action plan, for achieving sustainability in any activity that uses resources and where immediate and intergenerational replication is demanded. It is hoped that the present edition of this book will be beneficial to all concerned of the society, in general and students, lawyers, advocates, academicians, human rights institutions, researchers and NGOs working in natural science/economics field, in particular. About The Author:- Prof. B.K.Panda (MA, M.Phil, Ph.D) is working as professor & Head, Department of Economics, Berhampur University, Odisha. He has published various papers in reputed National and International Journals, like as. IUP Journal of Management Research, International Journal of Business Research, Indian Economic Journal, Apeejay Journal of Management, International Journal of Environment and Development, Indian Journal of Economics, Journal Of Rural Development, etc. He has published various books in economics, like as Economic Reforms and Emerging Patterns of Employment, Consumption, Poverty and Inequality, Applied Demand Analysis etc. He has also supervised many Ph.D and M.Phill scholars in economics. Dr. Sukanta Sarkar is working as Assistant Professor in Faculty of Management Studies, ICFAI University, Agartala Tripura, India. He did Bachelor and Master degree from Tripura University. He was awarded doctorate degree for his work on socio-economic improvement of rubber tappers. He qualified UGC-NET Exam in December/2006. Currently he is Post-Doctorate Fellow (PDF) in Department of Economics, Berhampur University, Ganjam, Odisha. He presented many research papers in various seminars, conferences and symposiums. Various research papers have been published in foreign and national journals. He also previously worked as visiting lecturer in National Institute of Technology, Agartala & Tripura University. He has research interest in various topics like agricultural crisis, rural development, women empowerment, sustainable development and social problems. Contents:- Preface List of Contributors Abbreviations 1. Deforestation and Development: Causes, Trends, Effects and Government Initiatives Dr S.K.Chaudhury and Dr Sukanta Sarkar 2 Exploitation of Natural Resources and Environment in Arunachal Pradesh: An Empirical Study Dr Bijay Raji 3. Impact of Shifting Cultivation on Environment in North-East India and Its Sustainability Dr A.I. Singh 4. Natural Resources of India: An Overview Dr N.G.Pendse and Dr Sukanta Sarkar 5. The Socio-Economic Problems of Minorities in Raipur City Priyanka Kukreja and Prof Rohini Prasad 6. Economic Performance and Prospects of South Asian Economies Ishfaq Ahmad Malik and Ajaz Ahmad Rather 7. Jhum Cultivation to Rubber Plantation: Strategically Progress in Tripura Prof B.K. Panda and Sukanta Sarkar. Recent Trends in Bihar Sex Ratio: Evidences from Latest Data Shanti Bhushan Kumari, Rajesh Raushan and Ras Bihari Prasad Singh 9. Environmental Pollution: A Threat for Biodiversity Dr Rakesh Joshi and Dr Sukanta Sarkar 10. A Profile of Houseless Population in Karnataka Dr P Prabhuswamy 11. Role of Guidance and Counselling Services in Schools for Universalisation of Elementary Education Dr Vimal Kishor and Jyoti Walia 12. Tribal Development through Rubber Plantation: A Technique of Sustainable Development in India Prof B.K. Panda and Dr Sukanta Sarkar 13. Web Based Library Services at IIM Shillong: A Case Study Dr Sudhir Kumar Jena, Dr Manaswini Patra and Cliff Dkhar 14. Natural Resource Management: A Source of Sustainable Livelihoods Dr P.K. Pandey and Dr Sukanta Sarkar 15. Future Prospects of Coastal Tourism in Eritrea: An Overview Dr Mohammad Afsar Alam 16. Water and Technology: Boats and Houseboats of Kashmir Alson Rasool 17. Environment and Development in Nagaland, North East India: A Quest for Sustainable Development Prof M.S. Rawat. Air Pollution: A Threat for Human Health and Sustainable Development Sanjay Maheshwari and Dr R.L. Dave 19. Natural Resources for Tribal Women Empowerment: A Study in India Prof D. Pulla Rao Bibliography Index The Title 'Natural Resources and Sustainable Development written/authored/edited by Prof. B. K. Panda, Dr. Sukanta Sarkar', published in the year 2015. The ISBN 9789351281252 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 320 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Enviornment. POD, 2015, Wien,: Continental Edition/Sexl,, 1947. 8°, OPpbd.m. braungeprägt. TSchrift, ger.gebräunt; schönes Expl. Erste Ausgabe dieser Lizenz-Ausgabe des Aurora-Verlages für Österreich (= 'Aurora-Bücherei'); vgl. St/T.523. Malik-Bibliogr.315; Hermann 428. Mit einer Signatur des Autors am Vorsatz., Continental Edition/Sexl, 1947, 2008. Hardcover. New. This scientifically researched 27 volume Encyclopaedia of Art and culture in India is a vast treasure of knowledge and information on 28 States and seven Union Territories. Each volume contains an Introduction on the particular state describing its origin, history, geography, economy, and 23 chapters on topics ranging from the cultural change over period of time from the very early period to the modern times to religion, pursuit of education, position of women, society and community life, the marriage systems, scholars and their works, paintings and sculpture, dance, drama, music, food habits, dress and ornaments, depressed class culture, kinship relations, language and literature archaeological and anthropological findings, religious centres, museums, archives, libraries and literary societies, fairs and festivals, custom related to birth and death rituals and rites, folklores, folktales, myths and legends, and globalization and urbanization of culture. The entire mass of information and knowledge has been painstakingly researched, written and edited with the anthropological point of view, that makes this encyclopaedia all the more valuable for purpose of scholars in different disciplines, social scientists, teacher and students. About The Author:- Gopal Bhargava, a prolific writer and education at Lucknow University. He is a senior official in Town and Country Planning Organization. He has contributed several research papers on urban development. Contents:- Contents, Introduction 11, Origin, History, Geography, Economy, 1. Cultural Changes over period of Time 25, Pre-historic times, Arrival of Muslim Invaders, Sikh Guru’s, visits to Haryana, Developments in Architecture, Development and growth of Literature., 2. Religions 39, Religious Demography of Haryana, Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism, Muslims, and Christians., 3. Education and Learning 53, Education in Ancient Times, Muslim Education, Modern, Education, Current Position, Women Education., 4. Position of Women 67, Jat women, Bura Brahman Women, Bisnoi Women, Bhat, Women, Meena Women, Jain Women, Bania Women and, other castes, Female Infanticide., 5. Society and Community Life 83, Society of Hindus, clan, Sib, village community, Hindu, castes, Muslim castes, Sikh castes, classes in Haryanavi, society., 6 Encyclopeadia of Art and Culture in India: Haryana, 6. Marriage System 99, Prevalence of different marriage systems in Haryana, Ahir, Marriage, Jat Marriage, Arora Marriage, Bania Marriage, Marriage in different castes-Bura Brahman, Christian, Bisnoi, Jain, Meenas etc., 7. Scholars and their Works 113, Altaf Hussain Hali, Malik Mohammad Jayasi, Thakur, Pheru, Balmukund Gupta, Madhav Prasad Gupta, Vishnu, Prabhakar, Bhadant Anand Kanuhalyanand etc., 8. Paintings and Sculpture 129, Paintings in early period, Miniatures, Murals, Paintings, during Medieval period, Folk paintings, Sanjhi Devi in, ritual art, Ritualstic embellishments, Wood-carving in, Haryana, creations in clay sculptures., 9. Dance 141, General features, Professional dances by troupes, groups, Sangis, folk dances–Holi dance, Ras Lila dance, Khoria, dance, Chhati dance., 10. Drama 155, Evoloution of Indian Theatre, Haryana’s Sang, Sang, Scripts, works of Laxmi Chand, Behrupia’s in Haryana., 11. Music 171, Classical Music-Khyal, Tarana, Trivata, Chaturanga, Saragama, Basir Khan and Inayat Hussain, works of, Taranas Khan, Haryanavi Folk music, Musical, instruments, devotional music., CONTENTS:- 7, 12. Food Habits 185, Evolution of Haryanvi cuisine, Impact of Vaishanvism, Jains, Bishnoi’s, Vegetarianism, non-vegetarian food; food, habits of castes – Arora, Ahir, Bania, Jain, Jat, Sangi, Sapera, etc., Colleen Taylor Sen, Food Culture in India, Greenwood, Press, Westport, USA, 2004., 13. Dress and Ornaments 197, Primitive dress, Haryanavi dress, Modern trends, Typical, dress and ornaments of different castes; Jat dress and, Ornaments, Jains, Ahir, Arora, Bisnois, Rajputs, Bura, Brahmans etc., 14. Depressed Class Culture 211, Oppressve Hindu Caste system, Pariah in Haryana, Unclean Professions, Evil designs by high castes, no, education for Shudras, Denying the social power, Living, at purlieus, suppression without end., 15. Kinship Relations 223, Haryanavi Family, Position of Women, Kinship, Consanguinity, Affinity, different caste family & kinships:, Ahirs, Jats, Jain, Bania, Meena, Jogi etc., 16. Language and Literature 237, Main Languages used by Haryanavi people, Haryanvi, dialects, Early writings, Urdu Literature, Hindi Literature, Medieval writings, Modern Literature, Punjabi Literature., 8 Encyclopeadia of Art and Culture in India: Haryana, 17. Archaeological and Anthropological Findings 251, Finding in early explorations and excavations, Find from, Raja Karna-ka-Kila, Anthropological Surveys of Haryana, Anthropometric measurements of the people of Haryana., 18. Religious Centres 265, Hindu, Religious Centres – Kurukshetra, Pinjore, Bhiwani, Suraj Kund etc., 19. Museums and Libraries 279, Museums of Haryana, Libraries, Newspapers and, Periodicals, State Archive of Haryana, Literary and, Cultural Societies., 20. Fairs and Festivals 293, General features, fairs of Hindus, Festivals: Suraj Kund, Fair, Vankhandeshwar Fair, Baba Mast Nath Fair, Baba, Rameshwar Dass Fair, Baba Shami Dayal Fair, Chaitra, Amavasya Fair, Chamunda Devi Fair, Kartika Cultural Fair, Animal Fair etc., 21. Customs 309, Hindu Customs relating to life-cycle ceremonies: Birth, Marriage, death, post-death rituals, customs prevailing, in different castes., 22. Folklore and Folk Stories 329, Folklore of the Alha-Udal, Tradition Ballads, Folk Stories, of Haryana., 23. Globalisation of Culture 345, Urbanisation of rustic Haryana, Fast-pace of, CONTENTS:- 9, developmental activities, Factors responsible for, Globalisation, Education, Role of Middle Class, Hindu, Reform Movements, Muslim and Sikh Reform Movements, etc., Index 361, Bibliography 379 The Title 'Encyclopaedia of Art and Culture in India (Haryana) 5Th Volume written/authored/edited by Ed.Gopal Bhargava', published in the year 2008. The ISBN 9788182054455 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 383 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Isha Books. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is History / Archaeology. Vol:- 5th Volume. 5th Volume, 2008, New York, Aurora (1946).. 105(7) S. OLn. Einbd. durch Feuchtigkeitseinwirkung tls. verfärbt. EA. WG¹ 3. Sternf.-T. 523. Malik-Bibliogr. 315. Hermann 428. Die Aufl. betrug 1500 Exempl., New York, Aurora (1946)., Westport CT/London: Greenwood Press. Near Fine. 1996. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-313-29550-6 . (laminated pictorial boards; no dust jacket) [spine slightly turned, no other significant wear]. (B&W photographs) Biographical essays, with bibliographies, on some of the British TV actors and actresses who are most widely known to American audiences. Incorporates transcripts of interviews with several of the subjects: Terence Alexander, Richard Briers, Benny Hill, Wendy Richard, Prunella Scales, and Moray Watson. Among the additional familiar names included are: Rowan Atkinson, Tom Baker, Jeremy Brett, Robbie Coltrane, Dame Edna Everedge (Barry Humphries), David Frost, Stephen Fry, Michael Gambon, Richard Greene, Nigel Hawthorne, Lenny Henry, Frankie Howerd, John Hurt, Derek Jacobi, Hugh Laurie, Joanna Lumley, Art Malik, Jean Marsh, Patrick McGoohan, Leo McKern, Ian McShane, Helen Mirren, Monty Python, Tim Pigott-Smith, Dennis Potter, Ian Richardson, and David Suchet. ., Greenwood Press, 1996

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Americans have been watching and enjoying British television programming since the mid-1950s, but the information on the personalities involved is difficult, if not impossible, to find in the United States. This guide provides biographical essays, complete with bibliographies, on 100 of the best known and loved actors and actresses from Richard Greene (Robin Hood) and William Russell (Sir Lancelot) in the 1950s through stars of Masterpiece Theatre, including Robin Ellis and Jean Marsh, to the new generation of British comedy performers such as Alexei Sayle and Jennifer Saunders. Not only are serious dramatic actors and actresses, such as Joan Hickson and Roy Marsden, to be found here, but also the great comedy stars, including Benny Hill and John Inman. Among the many shows discussed in the text are Absolutely Fabulous; Are You Being Served?; Dad''s Army; Doctor Who; EastEnders; Fawlty Towers; The Good Life; The Jewel in the Crown; Poldark; Rumpole of the Bailey; Upstairs, Downstairs; and Yes, Minister. The guide offers not only factual information but also samplings of contemporary critical commentary and in-depth interviews with Terence Alexander, Richard Briers, Benny Hill, Wendy Richard, Prunella Scales, and Moray Watson. This is a reference source that also serves as fascinating entree into the wonderful world of British television, one that is as fun to browse as it is to use for factual documentation. Books > Biography and Memoir List_Books, [PU: Greenwood Press]

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Americans have been watching and enjoying British television programming since the mid-1950s, but the information on the personalities involved is difficult, if not impossible, to find in the United States. This guide provides biographical essays, complete with bibliographies, on 100 of the best known and loved actors and actresses from Richard Greene (Robin Hood) and William Russell (Sir Lancelot) in the 1950s through stars of Masterpiece Theatre, including Robin Ellis and Jean Marsh, to the new generation of British comedy performers such as Alexei Sayle and Jennifer Saunders. Not only are serious dramatic actors and actresses, such as Joan Hickson and Roy Marsden to be found here, but also the great comedy stars, including Benny Hill and John Inman. Among the many shows discussed in the text are Absolutely Fabulous; Are You Being Served?; Dad's Army; Doctor Who; EastEnders; Fawlty Towers; The Good Life; The Jewel in the Crown; Poldark; Rumpole of the Bailey; Upstairs, Downstairs; and Yes, Minister. The guide offers not only factual information but also samplings of contemporary critical commentary and in-depth interviews with Terence Alexander, Richard Briers, Benny Hill, Wendy Richard, Prunella Scales, and Moray Watson. This is a reference source that also serves as a fascinating entree into the wonderful world of British television, one that is as fun to browse as it is to use for factual documentation. Media > Book, [PU: Greenwood Press]

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Americans have been watching and enjoying British television programming since the mid-1950s, but the information on the personalities involved is difficult, if not impossible, to find in the United States. This guide provides biographical essays, complete with bibliographies, on 100 of the best known and loved actors and actresses from Richard Greene (Robin Hood) and William Russell (Sir Lancelot) in the 1950s through stars of Masterpiece Theatre, including Robin Ellis and Jean Marsh, to the new generation of British comedy performers such as Alexei Sayle and Jennifer Saunders. Not only are serious dramatic actors and actresses, such as Joan Hickson and Roy Marsden, to be found here, but also the great comedy stars, including Benny Hill and John Inman.Among the many shows discussed in the text are Absolutely Fabulous; You Being Served?; Dad's Army; Doctor Who;; Fawlty Towers; The Good Life; The Jewel in the Crown; Poldark; Rumpole of the Bailey; Upstairs, Downstairs; and Yes, Minister. The guide offers not only factual information but also samplings of contemporary critical commentary and in-depth interviews with Terence Alexander, Richard Briers, Benny Hill, Wendy Richard, Prunella Scales, and Moray Watson. This is a reference source that also serves as fascinating entree into the wonderful world of British television, one that is as fun to browse as it is to use for factual documentation. Books List_Books, [PU: Greenwood Press]

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Westport CT/London: Greenwood Press. Near Fine. 1996. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-313-29550-6 . (laminated pictorial boards; no dust jacket) [spine slightly turned, no other significant wear]. (B&W photographs) Biographical essays, with bibliographies, on some of the British TV actors and actresses who are most widely known to American audiences. Incorporates transcripts of interviews with several of the subjects: Terence Alexander, Richard Briers, Benny Hill, Wendy Richard, Prunella Scales, and Moray Watson. Among the additional familiar names included are: Rowan Atkinson, Tom Baker, Jeremy Brett, Robbie Coltrane, Dame Edna Everedge (Barry Humphries), David Frost, Stephen Fry, Michael Gambon, Richard Greene, Nigel Hawthorne, Lenny Henry, Frankie Howerd, John Hurt, Derek Jacobi, Hugh Laurie, Joanna Lumley, Art Malik, Jean Marsh, Patrick McGoohan, Leo McKern, Ian McShane, Helen Mirren, Monty Python, Tim Pigott-Smith, Dennis Potter, Ian Richardson, and David Suchet. ., Greenwood Press, 1996

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Some Joe You Don't Know: An American Biographical Guide to 100 British Television Personalities

This guide provides biographical essays, complete with bibliographies, on 100 of the best-known and loved British actors and actresses. Not only are serious dramatic actors and actresses to be found here, but also the great comedy stars, including Benny Hill and John Inman.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780313295508
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0313295506
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1996
Publisher: ABC-Clio, LLC
310 Pages
Weight: 0,680 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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