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History of The Later Harappans And Shilpakara Movement, Vol. 2

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ISBN: 9788178357539    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2010     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 348        Language: English
Ravan 344, Approximate dates 343, Kuninda dynasty and chronology 345, Comparative, study of symbols on the coins of Different Naga, Royal Families 346, Summary and Conclusion 347, References 347., 8. The Katyuris...Read more
Ravan 344, Approximate dates 343, Kuninda dynasty and chronology 345, Comparative, study of symbols on the coins of Different Naga, Royal Families 346, Summary and Conclusion 347, References 347., 8. The Katyuris of Uttarakhand 337, The Origin (a) Origin from the Kators of, Afghanistan 403, (b) Origin in Joshimatha;, Katyuria from Karttikeya 357, (c) Origin from, Kunindas 361, Non-Aryan Khasa Kings 362, Social, Status 362, the Religious Crusade of, Shankaracharya in the Utarakhand and Nepal, 363, Annihilation of Buddhism 363, Nagvanshi, king of Kartyapur 365, the Inscriptions of Katyuri, kings 363, the Inscription of Bageshwar 368, Pandukeshwar Copper Plates 371, Similarity in the, inscriptions of Katyaris and Palas of Bhagalpur, 379, the Chief Royal Families of Karttikeyapur 380, History 389, Family of Vasantan Dev (740-800 AD), 382, Chronology 383, the Capital 384, the, unknown, son of Vasantan Dev and Kharpar Dev, Adhidhaj Dev 386, Tribhuvan Rajdev 386, Nimbar, and His successors (800-876 AD) 386, Relation with, the palas Dev 386, Ishtagand Dev 387, Lalitsur, (832 AD) 387, Salonaditya and his Descendants, (876-1000 AD), 387 Ichchhat Dev and Deshat Dev, 388, Padmat Dev 388, Subhiksharaj and, Narsinghdev 389, Katyuri Royal Family of, Baidnath 389, Baidnath-Karttikeyapur 390, the, Successor of Narshinghdev 390, Pritamdev Dev, 390, Veer Dev 391, the Approximate Dates and, Name of kings 391, Katyari Geneological Tables, 392, the End of Katyuris 394, Summary and, Conclusion 396, References 398., 9. The Panwars and Chands--405 to 432 387, The Panwars; Origin 405, the Chand or Chandra, dynasty of Kumaon 418, the Origin 418, Place of, origin of Family 420, comparative Dynastic list of, the chand Princes 422 Atma Chand and his, successors (975-1055 AD) 426, the Restoration of, Chand Rule 428, Summary and Conclusion 429, References 430., 10. Aryanization of Khasas and Kols of, Uttarakhand--435 to 457 415, Adoption of Aryan Culture by the Katyuris 643, the, Social System in Early Period 435, the Religious and, Social changes in the society of Uttarakhand; Visit, of Shankaracharya 436, the Social System of later, Medieval period 438, the Division of Shilpakaras, 440, the Physical Features 442, the Characteristics, and Peculiarity 442, Life style and Mode of living, 443, Prohibition of Entry to public places 443, the, Dresses 444, Food and Drink 445, other Social and, Religious Traditions 445, the Marriage ceremony, 446, the Sexual Relation of Man and Women 448, the Hard Working women 448, the Effect of Sexual, Relation of 'Bith' with the Dasis 450, the Shilpakara, Colonies and Population, 451, the Population of, Shilpakaras in 1971 452, Summary and Conclusion, 452, References 452., 11. The Economic Exploitation and Slavery of, Native Shilpakaras--459 to 460 439, The Slavery in Ancient time 459, the Existence of, Shilpakara Community in the Form of Slaves 464, Problem of Sirtan Farmers 465, The Land of Bhool, 467, the Shilpakaras as Graziers 467, the, Occupational Structure of Shilpakaras 468, the, Coolie Begar Tradition and the Shilpakaras 471, the Unhuman Treatment with the Coolies 473, the, Shilpakaras and their Crafts 475, the Effect of, British or Colonial Policy 475, Summary and, Conclusion 477, Reference 475., 12. The Movement of Aryasamaj and Aryanization, of Shilpakaras--483 to 505 463, The Dalits and Point of view of Aryasamaj against, untouchability 484, the Entry of Aryasamaj in, Uttarakhand 485, Coming of Lala Lajpat Rai in, Kumdon 485, the Inclination of Shilpakara leader, Shri Khushi Ram towards Aryasamaj 486, the, Wearing of Sacred Thread by Shilpakaras 486, the, Reaction Against Wearing of Sacred-Thread (Janeo), 488, the Notice of Shilpakars Against Torture 488, A Court Case Against Shilpakaras 489, the, Aryanization of Shilpakaras and its opposition 489, the Incident at Sundarkhal 490, the Incident of, Atrocity at Bamsyu 490, the Incident of Cruelty at, Matila 490, the Interfearance of National leaders, 491, the Function of Consecration of Tadikhet 491, the Incident at Barkinda 492, the Opposition in, Chapad 492, the Aryanization Programme in, Kotabag 492, the View-Point of ''Arya Mitra'', Newspaper 493, the Decry of Opposition by Dwijas, 494, the Activities of Arya Samaj in Garhwal 495, Coming of Swami Shraddha Nand in Goshwal 495, the Entry of kolis in to Arya Samaj 496, the, Wearing of Sacred Thread 496, The New Names of, Navjat Aryans 496, the Arya Samaj and Dola-Palki, problem of Hills 497, the Tradition of Prostitution, and Arya Samaj 499, The Prohibition Against Village, Deities 499, Construction of Arya Samaj Temples in, Kumaon 500, the Establishment of Orphanage by, Arya Samaj 500, the Establishment of Educational, Institutions by Arya Samaj in Uttarakhand 500, Summary and Conclusion 501, References 503., 13. The Policy and behaviour of the, British Administration and the Shilpakaras 487, Equality before the Law 508, the Celebration of, coronation Function of Emperor of England in 1911, 508, the Election of Shri Krishna Tamta as Member, of Municipality Almoora 509, Appearance of Munshi, Hari Prasad Tamta on the Political Scene 510, the, Reformation of 1919 and the Shilpakaras 511, the, Important Events of India between 1919 and 1928, 511, the Symon Commission and the Untouchables, 512, the Nomination of Hari Prasad Tamta as, Member of Municipality 513, Veneration of Shri, Hari Prasad Tamta with High Honour of 'Rai, Sahab' 513, the Appointment as Vice-President of, Depressed class league 513, the Allotment of Land, and Establishment of Shilpakara Colonics 514, Qualification of Voters of Shilpakara Community, 516, the Celebration of Emperor's Silver Jubilee of, Coronation, 1935, 517, the Shilpakara Community, and the Government Services 517, the Shilpakaras, and the Military Services 520, the Shilpakaras and, the Second World War 522, Summary and, Conclusion 525, References 527., 14. The Movement of Shilpakars--531 to 560 511, The Foundation of Tamta Sudharak Sabha 1905, 532, the Census and the Political Importance of, Dalits 533, The Rise of Shilpakara Sabha 535, The, Prohibition of Use of the Word 'Dom' 535, the, Changes in Nomenclature 855, the Conference of, Shilpakar Sabha 1925, 858, the Great Conference, of Shilpakaras of Kumaon 1925, 860, the, Conference of Devidhura, 1928, 868, the Shilpakara, Movement of 1931, 869, An Appeal of Khushi Ram, to Upper Castes 871, the Second Conference of, Devidhura 1930, 872, the Garh Conference of, Shilpakras 1931, 873, the Presentation of letter of, Greetings to the Governor of Samyukta Prant in, 1932, 875, the Inclination of Shilpakar a leaders, towards Congress 876, Dalits on the Scene of, National Movement 878, the Election of State, Assemblies 1936, the Shilpakara-Sabha and, Spreading up of Education 879, Discussion on the, Issue of Education in State Assembly 884, the, Question Regarding Admission of Dalit Students, 885, the Manifesto of Shilpakar Sabha 1939, 886, the Conference of Kota Patalia 1939, 887, the, Prohibition of the Word 'Harijan'' 888, the Support, to Civil Disobedience Movement of Hyderabad 889, the Bageshwar's Conference of Shilpakaras 1941, 889, the Great Conference of Bageshwar 1946, 890, the Election of 1946, An Appeal to take Dalits in, Cabinet 892, Conference of Kumaon Shilpakara, Leaders 1947, Summary and Conclusion 895., References 900., 15. The Movement of Congress against, Untouchability 541, The Renaissance and Echo of National Movement, 904, the Procession of Ploughing of Fields by the, leaders of Upper Castes 913, the Visit of Kumaon, by Gandhiji 915 thet Importance of Dalits on the, issue of Nationality 917, Gandhiji and Round Table, Conference 919, MacDonelled's Communal Award, and Unto Death Fast of Gandhi 921, thte End of, Hunger Strike of Gandhi and Programmed for, Untouchables 923, the Common Feast 926, the, Society of Koormanchal and Programme of, liberation of Untouchables 927, A Poem of Gorda, poet 930, the Programme of Liberation of, Untouchables in Garhwal 931, the Programme of, Entrance in to Temples by the Shilpakaras 932, Victor Mohan Joshi and other Active Savarna Social, Reformers 935, the Establishment of Harijan Sewa, Sangh in Uttarakhand 937, the Koormanchal, Shilpakara Conference 1933, 940, Appeal of, Khushi Ram to Dwijas of Uttarakhand 941, the, Ultimate Achievement after Independence 946, What was Separate Representation in Poona Pact, 946, After Poona Pact 948, the Humiliation and, Unemployment of Shilpakaras, The Great Massacre, of Kafalta Village 956, Summary and Conclusion, 964, References 968, Epilogue 972., Selected Bibliography 379, Index 593About The Book:- The Author Has Proved That Ethnically Harappan People Were Dravidians, Australoids And Alpines And Not Aryans. They Were Highly Civilized, Their Heritage And Culture Very Rich. They Were Efficient Artisans, Great Producers And Courageous Traders. The Book Says Aryans, A White Race Of Central Asia, Reached North West India In 1700 Bc. They Destroyed Harappans Towns, Who Had Fled To East. The Book Gives Information About Denominational Harappan Tribes Who Have Settled In Various Regions Of North India Including Kumaon Hills., About The Author:- Dr. Naval Viyogi, 74, Did His Early Education In Iglas, Aligarh And Graduation From Punjab University. He Is D. Litt. In History And Culture From Round Table University Erazona, Usa. He Is Director Indian National Historical Research Council. He Has Written 10 Novels, 120 Short Stories And 8 Books On History In English And Hindi Languages. A Permanent Member Of Indian History Congress, He Attended An International Literary Conference In Uk In 1980. His Most Popular Work Is The Founders Of Indus Valley Civilization And Their Later History And Nagas., Content:- Vol 2- Contents, Introduction, List Of Illustration, Maps And Documents, 7. The Kunindas 301, The Origin 321, The Nandas And The Kunindas 322, Branches (Avayuva) Of Kuninda Janpada 324, Capital Sriighna Nagar 324, The Occupation 325, Kuninda, A Khasa Tribe 326, Kunindas In The, Sanskrat Text 328, The Mahabharata 328, Allahabad, Inscription 329, Relation With The Trigartas 329, Relation With The Yaudheyas 330, The Coins 332, Tappa Mewa Sunet 333, Karnal, Jwalamukhi 332;, Behat, Sugh 333, Srinagar (Garhwal) 333, Legacy, Of Bhergaon 333, Symbols On The Coins 334, Deer, Lakshmi, Cobra 334, Three Arched Mountain, Nandipada, Swastik, Tree In Railing 335, Buddhist, Emblem, Zigzag Line 500, Sun Like Symbol 336, Type, Of Coins 336, Amaghbhuti Type 336, Chatresvara, (Siva Type) 337, Interpretation 337, Inscriptions, 339, Table Of Dynasty And Chronology 341, Viswa, Dev 341, Agraraj 341, Dhanbhuti 342, Braddhapal, 342, Dhanbhuti Ii 342, Balbhuti 342, Amoghhuti, (100-60 Bc) Later Kuninda Kings 343, Mragbhuti, Or Margabhuti Shivadatta, Haridatta, Shivapalit, 343, The Later Kuninda Rulers Of Uttarakhand 343, Bhanu 344, Ravan 344, Approximate Dates 343, Kuninda Dynasty And Chronology 345, Comparative, Study Of Symbols On The Coins Of Different Naga, Royal Families 346, Summary And Conclusion 347, References 347., 8. The Katyuris Of Uttarakhand 337, The Origin (A) Origin From The Kators Of, Afghanistan 403, (B) Origin In Joshimatha;, Katyuria From Karttikeya 357, (C) Origin From, Kunindas 361, Non-Aryan Khasa Kings 362, Social, Status 362, The Religious Crusade Of, Shankaracharya In The Utarakhand And Nepal, 363, Annihilation Of Buddhism 363, Nagvanshi, King Of Kartyapur 365, The Inscriptions Of Katyuri, Kings 363, The Inscription Of Bageshwar 368, Pandukeshwar Copper Plates 371, Similarity In The, Inscriptions Of Katyaris And Palas Of Bhagalpur, 379, The Chief Royal Families Of Karttikeyapur 380, History 389, Family Of Vasantan Dev (740-800 Ad), 382, Chronology 383, The Capital 384, The, Unknown, Son Of Vasantan Dev And Kharpar Dev, Adhidhaj Dev 386, Tribhuvan Rajdev 386, Nimbar, And His Successors (800-876 Ad) 386, Relation With, The Palas Dev 386, Ishtagand Dev 387, Lalitsur, (832 Ad) 387, Salonaditya And His Descendants, (876-1000 Ad), 387 Ichchhat Dev And Deshat Dev, 388, Padmat Dev 388, Subhiksharaj And, Narsinghdev 389, Katyuri Royal Family Of, Baidnath 389, Baidnath-Karttikeyapur 390, The, Successor Of Narshinghdev 390, Pritamdev Dev, 390, Veer Dev 391, The Approximate Dates And, Name Of Kings 391, Katyari Geneological Tables, 392, The End Of Katyuris 394, Summary And, Conclusion 396, References 398., 9. The Panwars And Chands--405 To 432 387, The Panwars; Origin 405, The Chand Or Chandra, Dynasty Of Kumaon 418, The Origin 418, Place Of, Origin Of Family 420, Comparative Dynastic List Of, The Chand Princes 422 Atma Chand And His, Successors (975-1055 Ad) 426, The Restoration Of, Chand Rule 428, Summary And Conclusion 429, References 430., 10. Aryanization Of Khasas And Kols Of, Uttarakhand--435 To 457 415, Adoption Of Aryan Culture By The Katyuris 643, The, Social System In Early Period 435, The Religious And, Social Changes In The Society Of Uttarakhand; Visit, Of Shankaracharya 436, The Social System Of Later, Medieval Period 438, The Division Of Shilpakaras, 440, The Physical Features 442, The Characteristics, And Peculiarity 442, Life Style And Mode Of Living, 443, Prohibition Of Entry To Public Places 443, The, Dresses 444, Food And Drink 445, Other Social And, Religious Traditions 445, The Marriage Ceremony, 446, The Sexual Relation Of Man And Women 448, The Hard Working Women 448, The Effect Of Sexual, Relation Of 'Bith' With The Dasis 450, The Shilpakara, Colonies And Population, 451, The Population Of, Shilpakaras In 1971 452, Summary And Conclusion, 452, References 452., 11. The Economic Exploitation And Slavery Of, Native Shilpakaras--459 To 460 439, The Slavery In Ancient Time 459, The Existence Of, Shilpakara Community In The Form Of Slaves 464, Problem Of Sirtan Farmers 465, The Land Of Bhool, 467, The Shilpakaras As Graziers 467, The, Occupational Structure Of Shilpakaras 468, The, Coolie Begar Tradition And The Shilpakaras 471, The Unhuman Treatment With The Coolies 473, The, Shilpakaras And Their Crafts 475, The Effect Of, British Or Colonial Policy 475, Summary And, Conclusion 477, Reference 475., 12. The Movement Of Aryasamaj And Aryanization, Of Shilpakaras--483 To 505 463, The Dalits And Point Of View Of Aryasamaj Against, Untouchability 484, The Entry Of Aryasamaj In, Uttarakhand 485, Coming Of Lala Lajpat Rai In, Kumdon 485, The Inclination Of Shilpakara Leader, Shri Khushi Ram Towards Aryasamaj 486, The, Wearing Of Sacred Thread By Shilpakaras 486, The, Reaction Against Wearing Of Sacred-Thread (Janeo), 488, The Notice Of Shilpakars Against Torture 488, A Court Case Against Shilpakaras 489, The, Aryanization Of Shilpakaras And Its Opposition 489, The Incident At Sundarkhal 490, The Incident Of, Atrocity At Bamsyu 490, The Incident Of Cruelty At, Matila 490, The Interfearance Of National Leaders, 491, The Function Of Consecration Of Tadikhet 491, The Incident At Barkinda 492, The Opposition In, Chapad 492, The Aryanization Programme In, Kotabag 492, The View-Point Of ''Arya Mitra'', Newspaper 493, The Decry Of Opposition By Dwijas, 494, The Activities Of Arya Samaj In Garhwal 495, Coming Of Swami Shraddha Nand In Goshwal 495, The Entry Of Kolis In To Arya Samaj 496, The, Wearing Of Sacred Thread 496, The New Names Of, Navjat Aryans 496, The Arya Samaj And Dola-Palki, Problem Of Hills 497, The Tradition Of Prostitution, And Arya Samaj 499, The Prohibition Against Village, Deities 499, Construction Of Arya Samaj Temples In, Kumaon 500, The Establishment Of Orphanage By, Arya Samaj 500, The Establishment Of Educational, Institutions By Arya Samaj In Uttarakhand 500, Summary And Conclusion 501, References 503., 13. The Policy And Behaviour Of The, British Administration And The Shilpakaras 487, Equality Before The Law 508, The Celebration Of, Coronation Function Of Emperor Of England In 1911, 508, The Election Of Shri Krishna Tamta As Member, Of Municipality Almoora 509, Appearance Of Munshi, Hari Prasad Tamta On The Political Scene 510, The, Reformation Of 1919 And The Shilpakaras 511, The, Important Events Of India Between 1919 And 1928, 511, The Symon Commission And The Untouchables, 512, The Nomination Of Hari Prasad Tamta As, Member Of Municipality 513, Veneration Of Shri, Hari Prasad Tamta With High Honour Of 'Rai, Sahab' 513, The Appointment As Vice-President Of, Depressed Class League 513, The Allotment Of Land, And Establishment Of Shilpakara Colonics 514, Qualification Of Voters Of Shilpakara Community, 516, The Celebration Of Emperor'S Silver Jubilee Of, Coronation, 1935, 517, The Shilpakara Community, And The Government Services 517, The Shilpakaras, And The Military Services 520, The Shilpakaras And, The Second World War 522, Summary And, Conclusion 525, References 527., 14. The Movement Of Shilpakars--531 To 560 511, The Foundation Of Tamta Sudharak Sabha 1905, 532, The Census And The Political Importance Of, Dalits 533, The Rise Of Shilpakara Sabha 535, The, Prohibition Of Use Of The Word 'Dom' 535, The, Changes In Nomenclature 855, The Conference Of, Shilpakar Sabha 1925, 858, The Great Conference, Of Shilpakaras Of Kumaon 1925, 860, The, Conference Of Devidhura, 1928, 868, The Shilpakara, Movement Of 1931, 869, An Appeal Of Khushi Ram, To Upper Castes 871, The Second Conference Of, Devidhura 1930, 872, The Garh Conference Of, Shilpakras 1931, 873, The Presentation Of Letter Of, Greetings To The Governor Of Samyukta Prant In, 1932, 875, The Inclination Of Shilpakar A Leaders, Towards Congress 876, Dalits On The Scene Of, National Movement 878, The Election Of State, Assemblies 1936, The Shilpakara-Sabha And, Spreading Up Of Education 879, Discussion On The, Issue Of Education In State Assembly 884, The, Question Regarding Admission Of Dalit Students, 885, The Manifesto Of Shilpakar Sabha 1939, 886, The Conference Of Kota Patalia 1939, 887, The, Prohibition Of The Word 'Harijan'' 888, The Support, To Civil Disobedience Movement Of Hyderabad 889, The Bageshwar'S Conference Of Shilpakaras 1941, 889, The Great Conference Of Bageshwar 1946, 890, The Election Of 1946, An Appeal To Take Dalits In, Cabinet 892, Conference Of Kumaon Shilpakara, Leaders 1947, Summary And Conclusion 895., References 900., 15. The Movement Of Congress Against, Untouchability 541, The Renaissance And Echo Of National Movement, 904, The Procession Of Ploughing Of Fields By The, Leaders Of Upper Castes 913, The Visit Of Kumaon, By Gandhiji 915 Thet Importance Of Dalits On The, Issue Of Nationality 917, Gandhiji And Round Table, Conference 919, Macdonelled'S Communal Award, And Unto Death Fast Of Gandhi 921, Thte End Of, Hunger Strike Of Gandhi And Programmed For, Untouchables 923, The Common Feast 926, The, Society Of Koormanchal And Programme Of, Liberation Of Untouchables 927, A Poem Of Gorda, Poet 930, The Programme Of Liberation Of, Untouchables In Garhwal 931, The Programme Of, Entrance In To Temples By The Shilpakaras 932, Victor Mohan Joshi And Other Active Savarna Social, Reformers 935, The Establishment Of Harijan Sewa, Sangh In Uttarakhand 937, The Koormanchal, Shilpakara Conference 1933, 940, Appeal Of, Khushi Ram To Dwijas Of Uttarakhand 941, The, Ultimate Achievement After Independence 946, What Was Separate Representation In Poona Pact, 946, After Poona Pact 948, The Humiliation And, Unemployment Of Shilpakaras, The Great Massacre, Of Kafalta Village 956, Summary And Conclusion, 964, References 968, Epilogue 972., Selected Bibliography 379, Index 593
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