Indian historiography and Rajendralal Mitra

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Satchidananda Prakashani : sales counter, The Book House , Calcutta
Mitra, Rājendralāla, Raja, 1824-1891, India -- Historiog


StatementKalyan Kumar Dasgupta.
LC ClassificationsDS435 .D28
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Pagination82 p., [1] leaf of plates :
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dasgupta, Kalyan Kumar, Indian historiography and Rajendralal Mitra. Calcutta: Satchidananda Prakashani: Sales counter, the Book House, Chāndogyopaniṣad = The Chāndogya-Upaniṣad: text in Sanskrit; and translation with notes in English from the commentaries of Śaṅkarācārya and the gloss of Ānandagiri and the commentary of Śaṅkarānanda / [edited] by Raja Rajendralal Mitra Mitra, Rājendralāla Raja, [ Book: ].

Meantime systematic and dispassionate research by Indian scholars had also started. The first outstanding Indian historian, Rajendralal Mitra (II), made valuable original contributions to numismatics, epigraphy, linguistics, and social and cultural history.

He also Indian historiography and Rajendralal Mitra book the first Indian president of the Asiatic Society. " For Mitra’s biography, see Warren Martin Gunderson, “The Worlds of the Babu Rajendralal Mitra and Social and Cultural Change in Nineteenth-Century Calcutta” (Ph.D.

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diss., University of Chicago, ), 12–61; Kalyan Kumar Dasgupta, Indian Historiography and Rajendralal Mitra (Calcutta, ); Hakim Ikhlef, “Contentious Orientalism Author: Sebastian Conrad. Inthe first Industrial Art Society was set up in Calcutta by Rajendralal Mitra, Justice Pratt, Jatindra Mohan Tagore and others.

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Historiography the writing of history based on a critical analysis, evaluation, and selection of authentic source materials and composition of these materials into a narrative subject to scholarly methods of criticism. Historiography refers either to the study of the history and methodology of history as a discipline, or to a body of historical work on a specialized topic.

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Mitra published a tract to show that in ancient times beef eating was not a taboo. Bhandarkar, being a social reformer, supported widow remarriage and castigated the evils of the caste system and child marriage on the basis of his study of the ancient Indian texts.

The Marxist school started with D.D. Kosambi. The Indian Eye on English Life Author(s) Malabari, Behramji M. The Reader Art and Its Global Histories represents an invaluable teaching tool, offering content ranging from academic essays and excerpts, new translations, interviews with curators and artists, to art criticism.

The introduction sets out the state of art history today as it undergoes Brand: Manchester University Press. The first publication of the Calcutta School Book Society Neetikatha (Moral Tales), that came out inwas a compilation of eighteen moral tales and it owes its origin to the joint effort of Radhakanta Deb (), Tarinicharan Mitra (), and Ram Comul Sen (), the three active Indian members of the Society It may be Cited by: 1.

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) Review by: Rosane Rocher. James Fergusson, Archaeology in India, with Special Reference to the Works of Babu Rajendralal Mitra d) Sister Nivedita, 'Introduction' in Kakuzo Okakura (ed.) The Ideals of the East with Special Reference to the Art of Japan Neo-Orientalism, Nationalism and Pan-Asianism a).

The earliest evidence for specifics of martial arts as practiced in the past comes from depictions of fights, both in figurative art and in early literature, besides analysis of archaeological evidence, especially of oldest work of art depicting scenes of battle, dating back BC, was the Ancient Egyptian paintings showing some form of struggle.

The Book Review Volume XXI Number 6 June p. of the state to determine the criteria of the historic and then examines the inadequacy of this ideology for a truly Indian historiography, the premise of Rajendralal Mitra, a nineteenth-century Bengali Orientalist and intellectual, that the question of the diffusion of western.

A host of young Bengali scholars had begun to take an interest in the past and in debating ways of gaining access to it: Rajendralal Mitra (–), Akshaykumar Maitreya (–), Dineshchandra Sen (–), Rakhaldas Bandyopadhayay (–), the young Jadunath Sarkar (–), and others come to : INDIAN RELIGIONS: HISTORY OF STUDY As is the case with other great traditions, the study of and interest in Indian religions cannot be described in terms of academic research alone; nor is it confined to the accumulation of factual information.

It also involves questions of motivation, hermeneutic conditions, religious commitment, philosophical reflection, and interaction and dialogue between. From the Jacket The present work discuses in depth the subject of toranas (arched portals or festoons) in the ancient and medieval architecture of South- and South-east Asia, with special emphasis on Indian representations.

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the views of Rajendralal Mitra. However he did not pay any attention to the nationalistic approach to the movement. Because he mainly highlighted the period from to when nationalistic movement started in Odisha due to the intervention M.K Gandhi in national politics and his follower started new campaign in every movement and.

Did India have an authentic, truly Indian tradition of fine art. The contentious issue of Gandharan art a) Alexander Cunningham, Archaeological Survey of India. Report for the YearVol. 3 b) Raja Rajendralal Mitra, Indo-Aryans: Contributions Towards the Elucidation of Their Ancient and Mediaeval History5/5(1).

Indian Adivasi”, Indian Historical Review 33 (): 99– Banerjee, Prathama, Politics of Time: Primitive and History-Writing in a Colonial Society (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, ).

The reader Art and its global histories represents an invaluable teaching tool, offering content ranging from academic essays and excerpts, new translations, interviews with curators and artists, to art criticism. The introduction sets out the state of art history today as it undergoes the profound shift of a 'global turn'.

The nineteenth century Sanskritist Rajendralal Mitra summed up most succinctly the interpretative quandary confronting the modern scholar of Tantra in his comment on the various antinomian statements found in the Mahāyoga Tantra, the Esoteric Community (Guhyasamāja)—which he characterized as “at once the most revolting and horrible that Cited by: 7.

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About the Book This book studies how a dominant strand of Hinduism in North India-the tradition which uses and misuses the slogan "Hindi-Hindu-Hindustan"-came into being in the late nineteenth century. It uses the life and writings of Bharatendu Harischandra (often called the Father of Modern Hindi) as its focal point for an analysis of some of the vital cultural processes through which modern.

Haraprasad Shastri, an antiquarian, archivist and a Sanskritist survived from the late 19th -early 20th century. An antiquarian Shastri stands bare among those whose historical claims had gone awry, and hailed as a genius whose work is an eclectic conglomeration of historiography as.

The Bibidhartha-Sangraha was founded by Rajendralal Mitra. He served as the Asiatic Society’s librarian for ten years (). Edited by Rajendralal, the Bibidhartha began its.

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Kolkata: C. B. Lewis. Hara, Minoru. “A Concise Historiography of Classical Yoga Philosophy.” Unpublished manuscript. Mahabharata. See Sukthankar et al., –60; and Van Buitenen Mitra, Rajendralal. The Yoga Aphorisms of File Size: KB.The Asiatic Society: Calcutta and Sisir Kumar MITRA [] ‘Raja Rajendralal Mitra’, pp.

in S. P. SEN (ed.), Historians and Historiography in Modern India. Institute of Historical Studies: Calcutta. Dileep CHAKRABARTI.

Colonial Indology, Sociopolitics of Ancient Indian Past. Munshiram Manoharlal: Delhi, pp.