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Mapping Place Names Of India

Author : Anu Kapur
ISBN : 9780429614217
Genre : Social Science
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This book is the first of its kind to chart the terrain of contemporary India’s many place names. It explores different ‘place connections’, investigates how places are named and renamed, and looks at the forces that are remaking the future place name map of India. Lucid and accessible, this book explores the bonds between names, places and people through a unique amalgamation of toponomy, history, mythology and political studies within a geographical expression. This volume addresses questions on the status and value of place names, their interpretation and classification. It brings to the fore the connections between place names and the cultural, geographical and historical significations they are associated with. This will be an essential read for scholars and researchers of geography, law, politics, history and sociology, and will also be of interest to policy-makers, administrators and the reader interested in India.

Census Of India 1961

Author : India. Office of the Registrar General
ISBN : UIUC:30112106650648
Genre : India
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Maharashtra In Maps

Author : Kamal Ramprit Dikshit
ISBN : UOM:39015033006720
Genre : Maharashtra (India)
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Urban Growth And Development In Asia

Author : Graham P. Chapman
ISBN : 9780429766251
Genre : Science
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First published in 1999, this volume begins with a panoramic survey by Nigel Harris of the drama of Asian Urbanization, based on the inaugural plenary lecture he gave to the 5th Asian Urbanization Conference held in London. In the following chapters many experts and practitioners from different countries and cities provide a stimulating portrayal of the processes and outcomes of one of the greatest shifts of population (not just absolutely but proportionately as well) ever to have occurred in human history. Asia includes more than half the world’s population, but, apart from the Tiger economies and Japan, it is still overwhelmingly rural. In the last decade or so urbanization has really begun to take off and the shift of population to the cities represents one of the greatest population movements the planet has ever seen. By 2030 more than 50% of Asia’s population will be urban and between now and then more than 500 million people in Asia will have moved - looking for jobs, housing, food and water. They will be both part of a problem and most of the solution - building around them the cities they will live in.

Battles Of Medieval India Ad 1295 1850

Author : M. S. Naravane
ISBN : UOM:39015041011647
Genre : Battles
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Urban Environmental Maps For Delhi Bombay Ahmedabad Vadodara

Author : N.I.U.A. (Organization : India)
ISBN : UVA:X006040477
Genre : Pollution
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Encyclopaedia Britannica

Author : Harry S. Ashmore
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119077399
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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Indian Railways Year Book 30th Edition 2013 14

Author : India. Railway Board
ISBN : UIUC:30112096495764
Genre : Railroads
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Current Geographical Publications

Author : University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee. Library
ISBN : UOM:39015079910686
Genre : Geography
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Current Geographical Publications (CGP) is a non-profit service to the scholarly community initiated in 1938 by the American Geographical Society of New York. Beginning in 2006, the format changed to include the tables of contents of current geographical journals. The journal titles listed link to web pages or PDF scans of the current issue's contents.

Ethnographic Discourse Of The Other

Author : Panchanan Mohanty
ISBN : 9781443808569
Genre : Social Science
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This book primarily tries to bring out the analogy between the conceptual and methodological discourses on the theme of the other. The term 'Other' here refers to the oppressed sections of the society. It may be dalits, women, indigenous or ethnic communities. Since we are living in a multicultural and multilingual society, we should share our views with others on a platform where issues of the marginalized people are addressed by different scholars following different methods and techniques. Though there are various policies and plans for the welfare of the downtrodden, hardly any change can be seen at the micro-level structure of the society. There are studies which highlighted the problems and ethos of the downtrodden sections, but a majority of those studies neglected the marginalized groups. Hence, we felt the need to highlight the issues and concerns of these groups in a wider context and started thinking on the theme 'Ethnographic Discourse of the Other: Conceptual and Methodological Issues'. This volume attempts to discuss and theorize the pragmatic concepts and issues related to the marginalized groups in contemporary societies in South Asia. This book is interdisciplinary in nature and will be useful to scholars and students of Anthropology, Sociology, Linguistics, Social Work, Culture Studies, Gender Studies and Philosophy. It is widely applicable to all sections of the oppressed socially, economically, culturally, academically, politically and other wise.

The New Encyclopaedia Britannica

Author : Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc
ISBN : UOM:39076001808992
Genre : Reference
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Encyclopaedia Britannica

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ISBN : MINN:31951D00121117A
Genre : Encyclopaedia Britannica
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Civic Affairs

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ISBN : UCAL:B3454602
Genre : Local government
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Annotated Bibliography On The Economic History Of India 1500 A D To 1947 A D Pt 1 Selections From Records Pt 2 Survey And Settlement Reports Pt 3 Gazetteers Pt 4 Acts And Regulations

Author : Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics
ISBN : UOM:39015079904416
Genre : India
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Employment Multiplier In Pune

Author : Arun Prabhakar Kulkarni
ISBN : UOM:39015029446534
Genre : Industries
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Subaltern Movements In India

Author : Manisha Desai
ISBN : 9781317382799
Genre : Social Science
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Social struggles in India target both the state and private corporations. Three subaltern struggles against development in Gujarat, India, succeeded, to varying degrees, due to legalism from below and translocal solidarity, but that success has been compromised by its gendered geographies. Based on extensive field research, this book examines the reasons for the three social movements succeess. It analyses the contradictory reality of the deepening of democracy along with coercive state measures in the era of neoliberal development, the importance of the legal changes in the state, the nature of the local fields of protest, and the translocal field of protest in contemporary subaltern protests. Addressing gender inequalities within and outside the struggle, the author shows that despite subaltern women having symbolic visibility in the public spaces of the struggles – such as rallies, protests, and meetings with government officials – they are absent from the private spaces of decision-making and collective dialogues. This book offers a new approach on the politics of social movements in contemporary India by discussing the nuanced relationship between development and democracy, social justice and gender justice. It will be of interest to academics in the field of Development and Gender studies, Studies of social movements and South Asian Studies.

The City Makers

Author : Renana Jhabvala
ISBN : 9789389253740
Genre : Social Science
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‘We are from different settlements but we belong to one city.’ – Rekha, Vikasini from Ahmedabad Living on the margins of India’s urban sprawls, the poor women of the nation’s slums bear the manifold burdens of housework, childcare and earning a livelihood. The Mahila Housing SEWA Trust (MHT) was established in 1994 with the aim of mobilizing and empowering these urban poor women, and supporting their access to adequate housing. Twenty-five years on, the MHT has changed the lives of over 1.7 million individuals, reaching more than 3,30,000 households and skilling over 17,000 women. The City-Makers tells the story of this incredible journey – a journey of transformation that has the potential to one day change the cities in which we live. The accounts of the innumerable courageous women workers who have taken steps – individually and collectively – to bring about change at the personal and community levels speak of the struggles, the sense of solidarity and the triumph they experience as they build their homes with their own hands; bargain with government and private agencies for access to water, sanitation, affordable energy and land rights; find solutions to make their homes climate-resilient; and participate in city-level planning and decision-making processes. Together, the success stories of Meena, Mumtaz, Parul, and others like them, reflect the central message of the MHT’s mission: that women living in urban informal settlements must be taken along if India wishes to make its cities participatory, inclusive and sustainable.

Gazetteers Junagadh

Author : Gujarat (India)
ISBN : UOM:39015011526293
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Sir Jadunath Sarkar Commemoration Volumes Life Or Letters Of Sir Jadunath Sarkar

Author : Sir Jadunath Sarkar
ISBN : UOM:39015068562845
Genre : India
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Encyclopaedia Britannica A New Survey Of Universal Knowledge

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ISBN : MINN:31951002002009X
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