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1 R.C. Majumdar (ed.); K.K. Dasgupta (Joint Ed.)
A Comprehensive History of India: Volume III: Part I & Part II
People's Publishing House; New Delhi, India; 1982; First Edition; Hardcover; Very Good; Good; 
Chipped dust-jacket. Set of 2 vols. Text in mint condition. 035351

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2 R.C. Majumdar
Ancient India
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2003; 81-208-04356-8; Reprint; Paperback; New; 
Printed Pages: 554 with numerous b/w illustrations. 023847

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3 R.C. Majumdar
Ancient India
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2003; 812080435X / 9788120804357; Reprint; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 554 with numerous b/w illustrations. 030087

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4 R.C. Majumdar
Ancient India
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Private Limited/Research India Press; New Delhi, India; 2016; 8120804368 / 9788120804364; Softcover; New; 
This is a comprehensive, intelligible and interesting portrait of Ancient Indian History and Civilization from a national historical point of view. The work is divided into three broad divisions of the natural course of cultural development in Ancient India: (1) From the prehistoric age to 600 B.C., (2) From 600 B.C. to 300 A.D., (3) From 300 A.D. to 1200 A.D. The work describes the political, economic, religious and cultural conditions of the country, the expansionist activities, the colonisation schemes of her rulers in the Far East. Political theories and administrative organizations are also discussed but more stress has been laid on the religious, literary and cultural aspects of Ancient India. Among the more important additions may be mentioned the chapters on the prehistoric age, including the Indus Valley Civilization, more detailed account of the ancient republican clans and the various medieval local dynasties, specially those of the south, and the development of art and colonisation. Important changes, though much less extensive, have been made in chapters dealing with political theory and administrative system, as well as social and economic condition, and an entirely new section on coins has been added. Considerable other modifications and rearrangements, involving re-grouping of chapters, have been made, and more copious footnotes and fuller bibliography have been added for the guidance of advanced students. Printed Pages: 573. 110030

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5 R.C. Majumdar
Ancient Indian Colonization in South-east Asia
The Maharaja Sayajirao University; Baroda, India; 1971; Third Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 107. 039817

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6 R.C. Majumdar (General Editor); Foreword By K.M. Munshi; A.K. Majumdar and D.K. Ghose (Assistant Editors)
British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance: Part I (The History and Culture of the Indian People: Vol. IX)
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan; Mumbai, India; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 1240. 035207

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7 R.C. Majumdar (General Editor); Foreword By K.M. Munshi; A.K. Majumdar and D.K. Ghose (Assistant Editors)
British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance: Part II (The History and Culture of the Indian People: Vol. X)
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan; Mumbai, India; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 705. 035208

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8 Dr R.C. Majumdar
Indian Culture in South-east Asia
B.J. Institute of Learning and Research; Ahmedabad, India; 1969; First Edition; Paperback; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 72 with 12 b/w plates. 039515

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9 S.P. Sen (ed.); Introduction By Dr R.C. Majumdar
Modern Bengal: A Socio-economic History: Proceedings of a Seminar Held at the Institute in September, 1971
Institute of Historical Studies; Calcutta, India; 1973; First Edition; Hardcover; Very Good; Good; 
Printed Pages: 97. Chipped dust jacket. 019164

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10 R.C.Majumdar
Outline of the History of Kalinga
Asian Educational Services; New Delhi, India; 1996; 8120611942 / 9788120611948; Reprint; Hard Cover; New; 
Printed pages: 32. 035003

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11 R.C. Majumdar (General Editor); A.K. Majumdar (Assistant Editor)
Struggle for Freedom (The History and Culture of the Indian People: Vol. XI)
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan; Mumbai, India; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 1176 with numerous b/w illustrations. 035209

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12 R.C. Majumdar
Suvarnadvipa: Ancient Indian Colonies in the Far East, 2 Vols
Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1986; 8121200407 / 9788121200400; Hardcover; New; New; 
Suvarnadvipa comprises Malay Penninsula and Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Bali islands. These places came under the influence of Indian civilization, in remote past and gradually flourished into powerful empires, rich both in material attainments and cultural refinements. The history and culture of these places are both interesting and culture of these places are both interesting and instructive. Apart from the importance of these regions in themselves, the study of Indian civilization must be regarded imperfect as long as the achievements of Indians and local people who imbibed Indian culture in the Far East, are not taken into account. But very little about these regions was known till Dr. R.C. Majumdar drew our attention to this field of research through his pioneering works in India. Suvarnadvipa in two volumes is the fruit of one of his painstaking researches. The author has used all the available material brought to light by the Dutch savants and all native and foreign sources, viz. accounts of Chinese travellers and Arab historians and geographers. He has interpreted various stories that throw light on the spread of Hinduism and Buddhism in Java, Bali, and Borneo and studied and used local inscriptions as source materials. He deals with the Sailendra Empire and later Indo-Javanese empires with fullness and care. It is an interesting theme told in an interesting manner. The first volume is devoted to the study of the political history upto the downfall of the Hindu kingdoms in Suvarnadvipa, while the second volume deals with the cultural history. Subjects covered by the second volume are law and socio-economic conditions, literature, religions, use of Sanskrit, art and architecture in different ancient sites, etc. The value of the work has been enhanced by seventy-five plates of illustrations.Printed Pages: 1004. 105645

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13 R.C. Majumdar
Suvarnadvipa: Ancient Indian Colonies in the Far East, Vol. I
Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1986; 8121201772 / 9788121201773; Hardcover; New; New; 
Suvarnadvipa comprises Malay Penninsula and Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Bali islands. These places came under the influence of Indian civilization, in remote past and gradually flourished into powerful empires, rich both in material attainments and cultural refinements. The history and culture of these places are both interesting and culture of these places are both interesting and instructive. Apart from the importance of these regions in themselves, the study of Indian civilization must be regarded imperfect as long as the achievements of Indians and local people who imbibed Indian culture in the Far East, are not taken into account. But very little about these regions was known till Dr. R.C. Majumdar drew our attention to this field of research through his pioneering works in India. Suvarnadvipa in two volumes is the fruit of one of his painstaking researches. The author has used all the available material brought to light by the Dutch savants and all native and foreign sources, viz. accounts of Chinese travellers and Arab historians and geographers. He has interpreted various stories that throw light on the spread of Hinduism and Buddhism in Java, Bali, and Borneo and studied and used local inscriptions as source materials. He deals with the Sailendra Empire and later Indo-Javanese empires with fullness and care. It is an interesting theme told in an interesting manner. The first volume is devoted to the study of the political history upto the downfall of the Hindu kingdoms in Suvarnadvipa, while the second volume deals with the cultural history. Subjects covered by the second volume are law and socio-economic conditions, literature, religions, use of Sanskrit, art and architecture in different ancient sites, etc. The value of the work has been enhanced by seventy-five plates of illustrations., ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Dr. R.C. Majumdar, born in 1888 in East Bengal (present day Bangladesh) in village of Khandarapara of Faridapur District. He graduated after learning in Dhaka and Calcutta. He was ranked 1st in graduate studies in the university. He became a teacher and took to research, and got a doctorate. When the University of Dhaka was started in 1921, he became its first professor. Eventually he became the vice-chancellor of the university. He was great scholar and a genius. His contribution to our nation and Indian history in unparalleled. The present book is one of the gem from his treasure., CONTENT:- Introduction: Abbreviations: Additions and Corrections: Maps 1. Malaysia: 2. Central and Eastern Java: Book I. The Dawn of Hindu Colonisation: Chapter: The Land: The People: Pre-Hindu Civilisation in Malaysia: Suvarnadvipa: Early Hindu Colonisation in Malay Peninsula: Early Hindu Colonisation in Java: Early Hindu Colonisation in Sumatra: Early Hindu Colonisation in Borneo: Early Hindu Colonisation in Bali: Hindu Civilisation in Suvarnadvipa up to the end of the Seventh Century A.D.: Book II. The Sailendra Empire: The Salendra Empire (up to the end of the Tenth Century A.D.): The Struggle between the Sailendras and the Colas: Decline and Fall of the Sailendra Empire: Appendix: Book III. Rise and fall of the Indo-Javanese Empire: Chapter: The Kingdom of Mataram: Rise of Eastern Java: The Kingdom of Kadiri: The Dynasty of Singhasari: The Foundation of Majapahit: The Javanese Empire: Downfall of the Empire: Book IV. Downfall of Hindu Kingdoms in Suvarnadvipa: End of Hindu Rule in Sumatra: End of Hindu Rule in Malay Penisula: End of Hindu Rule in Java: End of Hindu Rule in Borneo: The Bali Island: Political theory and public administration in Java: Volume 2: Preface: Abbreviation: Additions and Corrections: List of Plates: Book V. Culture and Civilisation in Suvarnadvipa: Chapter: Law: Economic condition: Society: Appendix-The origin of Wayang: Literature: Javanese Literature: Balinese Literature: Malayan Literature: Religion: The Brahmanical Religion in Java: Buddhism: Different sects: Religion in the island of Bali: Traces of Hinduism and Buddhism in other parts of Malayasia: Appendix-Religious Literature in Java: Sanskrit Texts: Old-Javanese with Sanskrit Original: Independent Old-Javanese Works: Book VI. Art in Suvaranadvipa: Chapter: The Architecture of Central Java: General Classification: General Plan: Dieng Temple: Buddhist Monuments in the Prambanan Valley: Buddhist Monuments on the Kedu Plain: Later Buddhist Monuments in the Prambanan Valley: Brahmanical Temples in the Prambanan Valley: Other Localities: Sculpture of Central Java: Dieng: Barabudur: Lara-Jongrang: Other Localities: The Architecture of Eastern Java: Early Monuments: Singhasari Period: Majapahot Period: Post-Majapahit Period: Sculpture of Eastern Java: Bronze Sculpture: Art in Bali: Architecture- Early Indo-Balinese Period: Architecture- Middle Indo-Balinese Period: Scuplture Modern Period: Sculpture-Hindu Period: Early Indo-Balinese Period: Sculpture-Hindu Period: Early Indo-Balinese Period: Sculpture-Hindu Period: Middle Indo-Balinese Period: Sculpture-Modern Period: Chapter: Art in Simatra: Palembang (Sri-Vijaya): Jambi (Malayu): Tapanuli Region: Art in Borneo: Art in Malay Peninsula: Art in other Islands: The Philippies: The Island of Celebcs: General Review of the Art of Suvarnadvipa.Printed Pages: 452. 105647

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14 R.C. Majumdar
Suvarnadvipa: Ancient Indian Colonies in the Far East, Vol. IISuvarnadvipa: Ancient Indian Colonies in the Far East, Vol. II
Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1986; 8121201780 / 9788121201780; Hardcover; New; New; 
Suvarnadvipa comprises Malay Penninsula and Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Bali islands. These places came under the influence of Indian civilization, in remote past and gradually flourished into powerful empires, rich both in material attainments and cultural refinements. The history and culture of these places are both interesting and culture of these places are both interesting and instructive. Apart from the importance of these regions in themselves, the study of Indian civilization must be regarded imperfect as long as the achievements of Indians and local people who imbibed Indian culture in the Far East, are not taken into account. But very little about these regions was known till Dr. R.C. Majumdar drew our attention to this field of research through his pioneering works in India. Suvarnadvipa in two volumes is the fruit of one of his painstaking researches. The author has used all the available material brought to light by the Dutch savants and all native and foreign sources, viz. accounts of Chinese travellers and Arab historians and geographers. He has interpreted various stories that throw light on the spread of Hinduism and Buddhism in Java, Bali, and Borneo and studied and used local inscriptions as source materials. He deals with the Sailendra Empire and later Indo-Javanese empires with fullness and care. It is an interesting theme told in an interesting manner. The first volume is devoted to the study of the political history upto the downfall of the Hindu kingdoms in Suvarnadvipa, while the second volume deals with the cultural history. Subjects covered by the second volume are law and socio-economic conditions, literature, religions, use of Sanskrit, art and architecture in different ancient sites, etc. The value of the work has been enhanced by seventy-five plates of illustrations., ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Dr. R.C. Majumdar, born in 1888 in East Bengal (present day Bangladesh) in village of Khandarapara of Faridapur District. He graduated after learning in Dhaka and Calcutta. He was ranked 1st in graduate studies in the university. He became a teacher and took to research, and got a doctorate. When the University of Dhaka was started in 1921, he became its first professor. Eventually he became the vice-chancellor of the university. He was great scholar and a genius. His contribution to our nation and Indian history in unparalleled. The present book is one of the gem from his treasure., CONTENT:- Introduction: Abbreviations: Additions and Corrections: Maps 1. Malaysia: 2. Central and Eastern Java: Book I. The Dawn of Hindu Colonisation: Chapter: The Land: The People: Pre-Hindu Civilisation in Malaysia: Suvarnadvipa: Early Hindu Colonisation in Malay Peninsula: Early Hindu Colonisation in Java: Early Hindu Colonisation in Sumatra: Early Hindu Colonisation in Borneo: Early Hindu Colonisation in Bali: Hindu Civilisation in Suvarnadvipa up to the end of the Seventh Century A.D.: Book II. The Sailendra Empire: The Salendra Empire (up to the end of the Tenth Century A.D.): The Struggle between the Sailendras and the Colas: Decline and Fall of the Sailendra Empire: Appendix: Book III. Rise and fall of the Indo-Javanese Empire: Chapter: The Kingdom of Mataram: Rise of Eastern Java: The Kingdom of Kadiri: The Dynasty of Singhasari: The Foundation of Majapahit: The Javanese Empire: Downfall of the Empire: Book IV. Downfall of Hindu Kingdoms in Suvarnadvipa: End of Hindu Rule in Sumatra: End of Hindu Rule in Malay Penisula: End of Hindu Rule in Java: End of Hindu Rule in Borneo: The Bali Island: Political theory and public administration in Java: Volume 2: Preface: Abbreviation: Additions and Corrections: List of Plates: Book V. Culture and Civilisation in Suvarnadvipa: Chapter: Law: Economic condition: Society: Appendix-The origin of Wayang: Literature: Javanese Literature: Balinese Literature: Malayan Literature: Religion: The Brahmanical Religion in Java: Buddhism: Different sects: Religion in the island of Bali: Traces of Hinduism and Buddhism in other parts of Malayasia: Appendix-Religious Literature in Java: Sanskrit Texts: Old-Javanese with Sanskrit Original: Independent Old-Javanese Works: Book VI. Art in Suvaranadvipa: Chapter: The Architecture of Central Java: General Classification: General Plan: Dieng Temple: Buddhist Monuments in the Prambanan Valley: Buddhist Monuments on the Kedu Plain: Later Buddhist Monuments in the Prambanan Valley: Brahmanical Temples in the Prambanan Valley: Other Localities: Sculpture of Central Java: Dieng: Barabudur: Lara-Jongrang: Other Localities: The Architecture of Eastern Java: Early Monuments: Singhasari Period: Majapahot Period: Post-Majapahit Period: Sculpture of Eastern Java: Bronze Sculpture: Art in Bali: Architecture- Early Indo-Balinese Period: Architecture- Middle Indo-Balinese Period: Scuplture Modern Period: Sculpture-Hindu Period: Early Indo-Balinese Period: Sculpture-Hindu Period: Early Indo-Balinese Period: Sculpture-Hindu Period: Middle Indo-Balinese Period: Sculpture-Modern Period: Chapter: Art in Simatra: Palembang (Sri-Vijaya): Jambi (Malayu): Tapanuli Region: Art in Borneo: Art in Malay Peninsula: Art in other Islands: The Philippies: The Island of Celebcs: General Review of the Art of Suvarnadvipa.Printed Pages: 364. 105646

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15 A.K. Majumdar; Foreword By K.M. Munshi; R.C. Majumdar (General Editor); A.D. Pusalker (Assistant Editor)
The Age of Imperial Kanauj (The History and Culture of the Indian People: Vol. IV)
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan; Mumbai, India; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 629 with maps. 035202

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16 A.K. Majumdar; Foreword By K.M. Munshi; R.C. Majumdar (General Editor); A.D. Pusalker (Assistant Editor)
The Age of Imperial Unity (The History and Culture of the Indian People: Vol. II)
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan; Mumbai, India; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 848 with numerous b/w plates and maps. 035200

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17 Promode Lal Paul; Foreword By Dr R.C. Majumdar
The Early History of Eastern India, 2 Vols.
Sharada Publishing House; Delhi, India; 1990; 8185320101 / 9788185320106; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed pages: 348. 032276

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18 R.C. Majumdar (ed.)
The History of Bengal: Volume I: Hindu Period
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2003; 8176462381 / 9788176462389; Reprint; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 767 with numerous colour and b/w illustrations and folding maps. 023378

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19 R.C. Majumdar (General Editor); V.G. Dighe (Assistant Editor)
The Maratha Supremacy (The History and Culture of the Indian People: Vol. VIII)
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan; Mumbai, India; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 880. 035206

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20 R.C. Majumdar (General Editor); J.N. Chaudhari and S. Chaudhari (Assistant Editors)
The Mughul Empire (The History and Culture of the Indian People: Vol. VII)
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan; Mumbai, India; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 132 with numerous b/w illustrations and maps. 035205

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