IN 1940, Lady Yashodabai Joshi was urged by her family to write her memoirs. Yashodabai Joshi had been bedridden for six or seven years. She was not in a position to write her memoirs, as her fingers did not move. So she dictated...
A MARATHI SAGA - Yashodabai Joshi
Translated By V.K.Bhide
Published by Lotus Roli, Delhi - 2005
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
'The summit is near and my legs are heavy with fatigue.' So Lady Yashodabai Joshi told her daughter Manikabai Bhide on her deathbed in 1948. She little realised that the jou...
Relation Between Harappan And Brahmi Scripts
By Subhajit Ganguly
Published in February 2013
Around 45 odd signs out of the total number of Harappan signs found make up almost 100 percent of the inscriptions, in some form or other, as said earlier. Out of these 45 signs, around 40 are ...
Myth of Aryan Invasion in India
By David Frawley
The Aryan invasion theory denies the Indian origin of predominant culture, but gives the credit for Indian culture to invaders from elsewhere. It even teaches that some of the most revered books of hindu scripture are not actually In...
CHITTAGONG: SUMMER OF 1930
Published by HarperCollins - 12 October 2012
The book takes a leaf out of the Independence movement to capture an important moment from the history of India. Strangely enough that particular event seems to have been forgotten ev...
Oriental Scenery: Two hundred years of India's artistic and architectural heritage
Modern photographs by Antonio Martinelli and Text by George Michell
Aquatints by Thomas & William Daniell
Published by Swan-Hill Press - 1998
Review in Hindustan Times New Delhi, April 02, 2011:
A must-have classic:
The Art of India
By Calambur Sivaramamurti
Published by Harry N Abrams - 1993
Originally published in 1977, this welcome reissue offers an impressive introduction to a vast and complex field encompassing the otherworldly mystery of the Taj Mahal, the glorious mural paintings...