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Life And Culture in Ancient India -(TEXT BOOK)- By B.N. Luniya

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Life And Culture Ancient In India – , By – B.N. Luniya, ISBN Code –

 

We have great pleasure in presenting this book, Life and Culture in Ancient India, to the students, teachers and general readers of history. It is an attempt to trace the evolution of Indian Culture in ancient times and explain all those movements and circumstances which have been moulding Indian Culture since its past.

India has evolved its own distinct civilized social order, unparalleled in the world, its own economic organization, sound polity, original religious patterns, inspiring philosophical thought and profound spiritual and aesthetic values. High learning and education, rich literature, excellent architecture, sculpture and fine art have developed admirably well, contributing their own share to Indian Culture. All these have been explained in the present book in easy, simple and lucid language.

A special feature of this edition, besides other, is an addition of Chapter 16 : Education, presenting an analysis of education in the past, explaining its structure vis-a vis modern education

 

CONTENTS :

Chapter-1

The Physical Features of India and the Underlying Unity

Chapter-2

The Pre-Historic Period

Chapter-3

The Culture of the Vedic Age

Chapter-4

Later Vedic Age and Epic Periods

Chapter-5

Jainism and Buddhism

Chapter-6

Minor Religious Sects and Beliefs

Chapter-7

The Pre-Mauryan Age : 650-321 B.C.

Chapter-8

The Mauryan Age

Chapter-9

Periods of Empires

Chapter-10

The Classical Age and Cultural Florescence

Chapter-11

Splendour of Art

Chapter-12

Chinese Travellers and their Accounts of India

Chapter-13

India and the Western World

Chapter-14

Hindu Cultural Expansion

Chapter-15

Contribution of South India to Indian Culture

Chapter-16

Education

Bibliography

Appendix I—Chapterwise Model Questions

Appendix II—Some Important Dates

Appendix III—Objective Questions and their Answers

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Life And Culture Ancient In India – , By – B.N. Luniya, ISBN Code –

 

We have great pleasure in presenting this book, Life and Culture in Ancient India, to the students, teachers and general readers of history. It is an attempt to trace the evolution of Indian Culture in ancient times and explain all those movements and circumstances which have been moulding Indian Culture since its past.

India has evolved its own distinct civilized social order, unparalleled in the world, its own economic organization, sound polity, original religious patterns, inspiring philosophical thought and profound spiritual and aesthetic values. High learning and education, rich literature, excellent architecture, sculpture and fine art have developed admirably well, contributing their own share to Indian Culture. All these have been explained in the present book in easy, simple and lucid language.

A special feature of this edition, besides other, is an addition of Chapter 16 : Education, presenting an analysis of education in the past, explaining its structure vis-a vis modern education

 

CONTENTS :

Chapter-1

The Physical Features of India and the Underlying Unity

Chapter-2

The Pre-Historic Period

Chapter-3

The Culture of the Vedic Age

Chapter-4

Later Vedic Age and Epic Periods

Chapter-5

Jainism and Buddhism

Chapter-6

Minor Religious Sects and Beliefs

Chapter-7

The Pre-Mauryan Age : 650-321 B.C.

Chapter-8

The Mauryan Age

Chapter-9

Periods of Empires

Chapter-10

The Classical Age and Cultural Florescence

Chapter-11

Splendour of Art

Chapter-12

Chinese Travellers and their Accounts of India

Chapter-13

India and the Western World

Chapter-14

Hindu Cultural Expansion

Chapter-15

Contribution of South India to Indian Culture

Chapter-16

Education

Bibliography

Appendix I—Chapterwise Model Questions

Appendix II—Some Important Dates

Appendix III—Objective Questions and their Answers

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