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1 Dr N.C. Panda (edited and revised)
Abhijnana Sakuntalam (A Sanskrit Drama By Kalidasa): The Devanagari Recension of the Text with English Translation, Critical and Explanatory Notes By M. Monier-Williams
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 2010; 8180902439 / 9788180902437; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 352. 035845

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2 N.C. Panda (Author) & Prasanna Kumar
Architecture of Manasara: Original Sanskrit Text with English Translation and Notes, 3 Vols
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2011; 818090279X / 9788180902796; Hardcover; New; New; 
Architecture and sculpture, both sacred and secular, through, have wit-nessed the best of human imagination and innovation serving culture and civilization in their evolution all over the world. Coming to the present generation, while the global necessity is protection of the nature, sustainable development and eco-friendly creations and constructions, the artists, sculptors and architects in the east and the west have started rediscovering the classic oriental standards outlined in scriptures or presented in scientific details in specific technical texts in Sanskrit and allied languages, which have been practice for a very long time in human history. This invariably proved by the great monuments and heritage sites in incredible India and Indian sub-continent.Manasara is regarded as the most standard and complete treatise, rather the fountainhead of all the silpa texts. The very name Manasara means the Essence of Measurement. Of the seventy chapters of Manasara, the first eight are introductory, the next forty-two deal with architectural matters, and the last twenty are devoted to sculpture, where sculptural details of idols of deities of the Hindus, the Buddhists and Jains, statues of great personages and images of animals and birds are given.This new revised edition contains the original Sanskrit text along with the English translation and explanatory notes. Besides General Index, a Glossary of the technical terms is also appended to the work.However, the present work is sure to inspire the specialist with rare information and insight and also will bring home to the lay reader the contribution of ancient India in this highly technical area of human enterprise. 110667

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3 Dr N.C. Panda
Asoka: History and Inscription
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2013; 8180903370 / 9788180903373; Hardcover; New; New; 
Asoka was a versatile genius and one of the most remarkable personalities in the History of the world. He was at the same time a great conqueror and builder, statesman and administrator, religious and social reformer and philosopher and saint. King Asoka, an adherent of the common Indian religion for about nine years after his coronation, devoted himself in the pursuit and spread of the Buddhistic duties after his conversion into Buddhism in the tenth Regnal year. Besides, Buddhist traditions also represent Asoka as converted to Buddhism as an Up saka, i.e. follower of Lord Buddha and as a patron of Buddhism.According to Aoka, Dharma included avoidance of sins, ample goodness, kindness, charity, truthfulness and cleanness; sin included fierceness, harshness, anger, arrogance, envy and slanderous habit. King Asoka understood a number of virtues to constitute his Dharma. These included the least amount of sin and the greatest amount of good done to others as well as compassion, liberality, truthfulness, purity, gentleness and goodness. Good conduct, self-control, purity of thought, gratitude and firm devotion are extolled as also the absence of violence, cruelty, anger, vanity and jealousy. In addition to these, King Asoka recommended compassion, reverence, sympathy and truthfulness and condemned cruelty, irreverence, intolerance and falsehood. The virtue on which he laid the greatest emphasis is the regard for the sanctity of life.The present edition contains ten Chapters and five Appendices. In addition to these, Select Bibliography and General Index are also appended for the benefit of Researchers as well as general readers. However, the present work will definitely help the students of Ancient Indian History, Archaeology, Epigraphy and Sanskrit. Printed Pages: 393. 110620

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4 Dr N.C. Panda
Asoka: History and Inscription
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2013; 8180903389 / 9788180903380; Softcover; New; 
Asoka was a versatile genius and one of the most remarkable personalities in the History of the world. He was at the same time a great conqueror and builder, statesman and administrator, religious and social reformer and philosopher and saint. King Asoka, an adherent of the common Indian religion for about nine years after his coronation, devoted himself in the pursuit and spread of the Buddhistic duties after his conversion into Buddhism in the tenth Regnal year. Besides, Buddhist traditions also represent Asoka as converted to Buddhism as an Up saka, i.e. follower of Lord Buddha and as a patron of Buddhism.According to Aoka, Dharma included avoidance of sins, ample goodness, kindness, charity, truthfulness and cleanness; sin included fierceness, harshness, anger, arrogance, envy and slanderous habit. King Asoka understood a number of virtues to constitute his Dharma. These included the least amount of sin and the greatest amount of good done to others as well as compassion, liberality, truthfulness, purity, gentleness and goodness. Good conduct, self-control, purity of thought, gratitude and firm devotion are extolled as also the absence of violence, cruelty, anger, vanity and jealousy. In addition to these, King Asoka recommended compassion, reverence, sympathy and truthfulness and condemned cruelty, irreverence, intolerance and falsehood. The virtue on which he laid the greatest emphasis is the regard for the sanctity of life.The present edition contains ten Chapters and five Appendices. In addition to these, Select Bibliography and General Index are also appended for the benefit of Researchers as well as general readers. However, the present work will definitely help the students of Ancient Indian History, Archaeology, Epigraphy and Sanskrit. Printed Pages: 393. 110621

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5 Dr N.C. Panda (ed.)
Aspects of the Vedanta: M.C. Alasinga Perumal
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8180902269 / 9788180902260; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 243. 028940

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6 N.C. Panda
Bhagavad Gita: A New Exposition in a Broader Spectrum
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8124605262 / 9788124605264; First Edition; Softcover; New; 
This Exposition on the Bhagavad-Gita is an exception to the traditional translation of and commentary on the scripture. It covers all the eighteen chapters of the Gita in the form of essays, with English translation of almost all verses and commentaries thereupon. In addition, the essays do contain the reflections of the author who has analyzed the topics in the light of modern thought in a broader spectrum. The Sanskrit text in Devanagari script, with Roman transliteration, has been appended to the main text. The Gita is not a religious book. It does not belong to any single faith. In the language of Aldous Huxley, it is the perennial philosophy of mankind. Keeping this context in view, the book has been addressed not only to the present citizens but also to the whole mankind which will inhabit the earth in the future. This scripture had its birth in a battlefield. Symbolically speaking, everybody's life is a battleground. Arjuna represents all members of the human species. In a situation of agony and dejection, being utterly perplexed, he could not decide what to do and what not to do. The Gita provides practical solutions to the problems of life and leads the path to liberation. It humanizes and divinizes man. The present book gets success if it helps man ascend humanely and spiritually.Printed Pages: 607. 100472

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7 N.C. Panda
Bhagavad-Gita: A New Exposition in a Broader Spectrum
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8124605254 / 9788124605257; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 607. 028743

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8 N.C. Panda
Cyclic Universe: Cycle of the Creation, Evolution, Involution, and Dissolution of the Universe, 2 Vols.
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2002; 8124601909 / 9788124601907; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Set of 2 vols. Printed Pages: 983 with 46 figures. 027940

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9 K.M. Suresh, E. Siva Nagi Reddy & N.C. Panda (Authore)
Encyclopaedia of Indian Temple Architecture, 3 Vols
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2012; 9788180902543†; Hardcover; New; New; 
Acknowledgements. Introduction. Vol. I. 1. Indus civilization. 2. Gupta Temples (c.450-550 A.D.). 3. South Kosala Temples (Post-Gupta period (c.550-750 A.D.). 4. Temples of Kashmir (c. 600 to 1100 A.D.). 5. Temples of Himachal Pradesh (c. 680 to 700 A.D.). 6. Great temples of Elephanta Trimurti, Mamallapuram and Kailasa. 7. Kailasanath Temples: Kailash Temple Ellora, Virupaksha Pattadakal. Kailasnath Temple Kanchipuram. 8. Early Chalukyan Temples : Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal (c. 600 to 700 A.D.). 9. Temples of Vikrama of Gangas, Talakad (c. 635-650 A.D.). 10. Rastrakuta Temples (c. 757-973 A.D.). 11. Temples of Chalukyas of Kalyana (c. 973-1198 A.D.). 12. Other temples of Chalykyan style.Vol. II. 13. Temples of Hoysalas (c. 1000-1346 A.D.). 14. Chalukyan Temples of Andhradesa (Northern Style) (c. 1000-1346 A.D.). 15. Pallava Temples. 16. Chola Temples (c. 900 to 1150 A.D.); Other Temples of Chola Period. 17. Temples of Pandyas (c. 1150 to 1350 A.D.). 18. Madura Temples (c. 1600 to 1750 A.D.). 19. Temples of Orissa (c. 800 to 1200 A.D.). 20. Temples of Central India (c. 900 to 1100 A.D.). 21. Pratihara Temples of Central India (c. 806-900 A.D.). 22. Siddhesvara Mahadeva Temple, Nemawar (M.P.). 23. Central and North Indian Temples. 24. Recently discovered Paramara Temple of Chandel (M.P.). 25. Temples of Rajasthan. 26. Temples of Gujarat.Vol. III. 27. Jaina Temples of North India. 28. Jaina Temples of South India. 29. Other South Indian Temples (Jaina style). 30. Hindu and Jaina rock cut temples. 31. Vijayanagara Temples of Hampi (c. 1342 to 1570). 32. Lepaksi Temple. 33. Ramappa, Ramalingesvara and Venkataramana Temples (Vijayanagara Period). 34. Kakatiya Temples in Andhradesa. 35. Trikuta Temples at Nagulapadu (Kakatiyan time). 36. Temple of Srisailam. 37. Sri Venkateswara Temple, Tirupati. 38. Somesvara Temples, Appikonda (A.P.). 39. Temples of Surpura Samsthana (Karnataka). 40. Brahmanical temples of Bengal (c. 800 to 1700 A.D.). 41. Maratha Temples. 42. Religious Funerary Temples, Nagpur. 43. Hindu temple monasteries of Paithan. 44. Golden temple, Amritsar, Punjab. 45. Religious temples of Varanasi and other temples. Appendix: Graphical explanation of architectural terms. Bibliography. Index. 110652

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10 Dr N.C. Panda
Gods and Goddesses in Indian Art
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2011; 8180902552 / 9788180902550; Hardcover; New; New; 
Foreword. Introduction. 1. Early Vedic deities. 2. Vedic deities. 3. The tree cult in Vedic literature. 4. The Hindu triad (Trimurti). 5. Other Hindu Gods. 6. Goddesses. 7. Animal deities. 8. Ramayana--the great epic. 9. The Mahabharata. 10. Lord Krsna. 11. Lord Siva. 12. Symbols and Sakti worship in India. 13. Legends from the Puranas. 14. Mountains, rivers and pools as deities. 15. Buddhist mythology. 16. Jain mythology. Conclusion. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.The present treatise generally incorporates the matter about Indian Gods and Goddesses. The Iconographical representation of the Indian Gods and Goddesses, as glimpsed from the Archaeological finding and temple architecture is one aspect and the literary evidences found in our vast Indian literature of Vedic, Epic and Puranic period is the other aspect of the book, Both these aspects delineated in this book give us perfect picture and historical development of Indian mythology of Gods and Goddesses. The literary and textual material, when illustrated with the iconographical representations becomes more relevant and complete. The subject matter is nicely and systematically arranged here and historical sequence is well maintained by narrating the Vedic, Epic and Puranic deities. The Mythological concept of Trimurti (Brahma, Visnu, Siva) as depicted in the epics and puranas is elaborately discussed in the work. Not only the Hindu, but also Jain and Buddhist mythology are separately treated in this book. Thus, he book is a kind of Encyclopedia on Indian mythology, since it has covered almost all the aspects of it. A number of illustrations/figures of Indian mythological images presented in this book really enhance the value of the book.Besides the general Index, a Glossary of the technical terms is also appended in the work. Hence, this book would be immensely useful to the students as well as researchers to know and understand the real mystery of the gods and goddesses of Indian culture, art and literature. Printed Pages: 478 with 120 colour plates. 110671

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11 Dr N.C. Panda (Ed.)
Great Epics and Puranas in Sanskrit Literature
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2014; 8180903508 / 9788180903502; Softcover; New; 
110605

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12 Dr N.C. Panda (Ed.)
Great Epics and Puranas in Sanskrit Literature
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2014; 8180903478 / 9788180903472; Hardcover; New; New; 
110606

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13 N.C. Panda
Japa Yoga (Mantra-Yoga): Theory, Practice and Applications
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2007; 812460388X / 9788124603888; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed pages: 388 with 108 illustrations. 027420

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14 N.C. Panda
Japa Yoga (Mantra-Yoga): Theory, Practice and Applications
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2007; 8124603898 / 9788124603895; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Printed pages: 388 with 108 illustrations. 027421

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15 N.C.Panda
Japa-Yoga (Mantra-Yoga): Theory, Practice and Applications
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2007; 812460388X / 9788124603888; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed pages: 388. 016613

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16 Dr N.C. Panda (Ed.) & M.N. Dutta (Tr.)
Mahanirvana Tantra
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2013; 8180902420 / 9788180902420; Softcover; New; 
110637

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17 Dr N.C. Panda (Ed.)
Manusmriti: Text with Sanskrit Commentary and English Translation, 2 Vols
Bharatiya Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2014; 8180903486 / 9788180903489; Hardcover; New; New; 
The Manusmriti is the most important and earliest metrical work of Dharmasastra textual tradition of Hinduism. It is a standard work on Hindu law. Indian tradition unanimously regards Manu as the first progenitor of the human race and also its first legislator. This Manu was believed to the founder of the social and moral order of society. Tracing backwards from the Smritis to the Vedas we found the consciousness of Manuís being the first law giver present in every epoch of Sanskrit literature. 110607

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18 N.C. Panda
Maya in Physics
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2008; 8120806980 / 9788120806986; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 479. 027030

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19 N.C. Panda
Meditation: Science and Practice
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2008; 8124602115 / 9788124602119; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 352 with numerous b/w illustrations. 021286

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20 N.C. Panda
Meditation: Science and Practice
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2008; 8124602123 / 9788124602126; First Edition; Softcover; New; 
Yoga, contrary to the popular perception, is not merely a system of physical culture. It is, in fact, a uniquely Indian discipline aiming to bring about the 'union' of an individual spirit with the Universal Spirit: the Cosmic Consciousness -- through what in Yoga is known as samadhi, a state of profound meditation. Patanjali's Yoga-sutram, written sometime around the second century bc, is the first, systematic, at once authoritative presentation of Yoga: in both its theoretical and practical aspects. Professor N. C. Panda, who has had a lifetime involvement with the science and practice of Yoga, here outlines the eight limbs of Patanjala Yoga, with added emphasis on meditation -- in all its three stages: dharana, dhyana, and samadhi; and how this ancient system of bodily and mental control is found to have a strong scientific basis. Offered in three parts, his book focuses, in Part 1, on the practice of meditation, with detailed guidelines concerning the relevant yogic postures, yogic breathing and breath-control. Part 2 presents Patanjali's classical yogic theories, showing how these are validated: both theoretically and experimentally, by modern science. In Part 3, the author explains, in pure scientific terms, the physical, psychic, therapeutic and spiritual benefits surfacing from the practice of meditation. Though based on the principles of classical yoga, Professor Panda's book is truly a brilliant effort to treat Yoga as an advanced science. Including a comprehensive glossary of Sanskrit technical terms and numerous illustrations, it is invaluable to medical scientists/researchers/anyone interested in Yogic Meditation and how it can give a holistic, healthy and creative life. Printed Pages: 352 with 30 figures. 100470

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