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Early Indian history and beyond:essays in honour of B.D. Chattopadhyaya

Contributor(s): Chattopadhyaya, Brajadulal | Bopearachchi, Osmund | Ghosh, Suchandra.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Delhi Primus 2019Description: xiv+592p. illustrations (black and white), maps (black and white).ISBN: 9789352905973.Subject(s): History-India historiographyDDC classification: 954 Summary: Early Indian history and beyond is a tribute to Professor B.D chattopadhyaya’s profound scholarship by a community of well-known scholars, his former colleagues, and students sharing his enthusiasm in the field of early Indian history. The first section of the book is devoted to a personal reminiscence, write ups on his contributions and a list of books and papers published by him. Stimulated by chattopadhyaya’s areas of scientific interests, the second section is a bouquet of twenty-six essays, arranged in five subthemes: historical perspectives from texts; looking through the epigraphic lens; art and religion; city, trade and markets; and history and historiography. Through these outstanding essays, tribute is paid to chattopadhyaya’s remarkable efforts to develop a distinctive historiography in the studies of Indian history. This collection reflects the sincerity and respect of his admirers.
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Early Indian history and beyond is a tribute to Professor B.D chattopadhyaya’s profound scholarship by a community of well-known scholars, his former colleagues, and students sharing his enthusiasm in the field of early Indian history. The first section of the book is devoted to a personal reminiscence, write ups on his contributions and a list of books and papers published by him. Stimulated by chattopadhyaya’s areas of scientific interests, the second section is a bouquet of twenty-six essays, arranged in five subthemes: historical perspectives from texts; looking through the epigraphic lens; art and religion; city, trade and markets; and history and historiography. Through these outstanding essays, tribute is paid to chattopadhyaya’s remarkable efforts to develop a distinctive historiography in the studies of Indian history. This collection reflects the sincerity and respect of his admirers.

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