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1 Jorge Armand; with a Foreword By Dr H.D. Sankalia
Archaeological Excavations in Durkadi Nala: An Early Palaeolithic Pebble-Tool Workshop in Central India
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1983; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 222 with 52 figures and 49 b/w plates. 011975

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2 H.D. Sankalia
Aspects of Indian History and Archaeology
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2012; 9789350500361; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 348 with 5 maps & 69 b/w plates. 110390

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3 H.D. Sankalia, S.B. Deo & Z.D. Ansari
Chalcolithic Navdatoli: The Excavations at Navdatoli, 1957-59 (Deccan College Research Institute and M.S. University Publication No: 2)
Department of Archaeology & Ancient History, Faculty of Arts, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda; Vadodara, Gujarat, India; 1971; Hardcover; New; New; 

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4 M.K. Dhavalikar, H.D. Sankalia, and Z.D. Ansari
Excavations at Inamgaon: Volume I Part 1
Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute; Pune, India; 1988; First Edition; Hardcover; New; 
Printed Pages: 528 with numerous b/w illustrations. Slightly bumped cover. 015611

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5 M.K. Dhavalikar, H.D. Sankalia, and Z.D. Ansari
Excavations at Inamgaon: Volume I Part 2
Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute; Pune, India; 1988; First Edition; Hardcover; New; 
Printed Pages: 536 with numerous b/w illustrations. 015610

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6 H.D. Sankalia
Mesolithic and Pre-Mesolithic Industries from the Excavations at Sangankallu, Bellary, 1965
Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute; Pune, India; 1969; First Edition; Paperback; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 41 with numerous b/w illustrations. 039431

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7 H.D. Sankalia
New Archaeology: Its Scope and Application to India: D.N. Majumdar Lectures 1974
Ethnographic and Folk-culture Society, U.P.; Lucknow, India; 1977; First Edition; Paperback; Good; 
Printed Pages: 122 with numerous b/w plates. 015371

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8 H.D. Sankalia
Prehistoric and Historic Archaeology of Gujarat
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1987; 8121500494 / 9788121500494; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
In the present work Prehistoric and Historic Archaeology of Gujarat, Dr. Sankalia has presented a critical review of the new discoveries in the prehistoric, proto-historic and historic archaeology of Gujarat since 1947 to the present day. The work is mainly based on his own explorations, for example at Madasa on the Banas. It is an exhaustive study of the Early Stone Age tools, rock-paintings, Buddhist stupas and images as well as temples, their architecture and iconography, and images of Gujarat from c. AD 200 to AD 1300. A special feature of the book is the critical study of the place and personal names from inscriptions of Gujarat. The study shows how Gujarat Mandala was formed in the ninth century, and thus regarded as a separate cultural province. It has taken nearly one thousand years for India to be reorganized into linguistic provinces. The book is sufficiently provided with line diagrams and half-tone illustrations. Printed Pages: 215 with 22 b/w plates. 015004

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9 H.D. Sankalia
Prehistory of India
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1977; 8121502772 / 9788121502771; First Edition; Cloth; New; New; 
Prehistory of India gives a vivid account of the conditions of man in the Indian sub-continent during the period antecedent to the dawn of history. The narrative is diligently pieced from the study of man's environs and remains at Harappa. Ahar, Malwa, Jorwe, Southern Neolithic and other cultures. It presents in a absorbing manner the indomitable courage and remarkable ingenuity displayed by man in subjugating the primordial environment. The illustrations enhance the perspicuity of the text. This is written for the general reader to stimulate his curiousity and whet his appetite for the choice delicacies pre-history has to offer, without in anyway detracting from its utility to the scholar. Printed Pages: 224 with 144 line drawings and b/w illustrations. 029077

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10 Kanti Prasad Nautiyal & H.D. Sankalia
The Archaeology of Kumaon (Including Dehradun)
Chaukhamba Sanskrit Studies/Chaukhamba Amarabharati Prakshan; Varanasi, India; 1969; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Chap. I : GEORGRAPHY AND Geology : Position of Kumaon; The Glaciers; Rivers; Lakes; The name Kumaon and its origin; Routes; Linguistic Limits; Present distribution of Population; Geology; Ice Age in the Himalayas; Prehistory Chap. II : History : Survey of work Regarding the History of Kumaon; Nature of the sources; Archaeological Sources; Literary Evidence; Historical Sketch; The Aryan Migration and the Condition of Kumaon; Kiratas; Rajya-Kiratas; Khasas; Kumaon during the time of the Buddha and after; The Nandas; The Mauryan Period; Kunindas; Yaudheyas; After the Yaudheyas; Samudragupta and Kumaon region; A Second Reference by Firishta; Post-Gupta Period of Kumaon History; The Kingdom of Govisana; Lakhamandal Dynasties; The Dynasty of Singhapura; History of Kumaon During Harsa's regin; The Historical Dynasties of Kumaon; The Katyuris; The Kingdom of Bhillang and Chandpurgarh; The other Kingdoms; The Karttikeyapura Kingdom; The Katyuris of Katyuras (The origin); The Date; The Dynastic History of the Katyuris of Kumaon; Genealogical list according to Lalitasuradeva inscriptions-years 21 and 22; Basantana; Nimbartadeva; Istagana; Lalitas Qradeva; Bhudeva (875 A. D.); Collateral Line; Salonaditya (895 A. D.); Ichchhatadeva; Desatadeva; Padmatadeva; Subhiksha-rajadeva; Decline of the Katyuris; The Katyuri Families; Rise of the Chands; Ghand Chronology; Somachand; Atmachand and his successor; Asokachalla; Krachalla-rleva; Restoration of the Chand Dynasty; Narachand; Garura Gyan chand; Udyan chand; The Garhwal Rajas; Ajaipal; Sahayapal or Sahajapal; Mansah; Conclusion Chap. III : Architecture : Protohistoric; Early Historic; The Chayana; Early Mediaeval Monuments; Type I; Phase I; Garbh-griha (or Sanctum); Mandapa; Pillars; Roof; Ardhamandapa; General Characteristics of the temples; Cult images; Date and parallels outside; Type II; Phase II (a) the Navadurga, Lakulisa and Nataraja Shrines at Jageswar; The Navadurga Shrine at Jageswar; The Significance of the Type, its Parallels and Date; Type II; Phase II (b); The Lakulisa and Nataraja Shrines at Jageswar and their Prototypes in Bheta near Guptakashi in District Garhwal; Cult deities; Parallel and date, 89-90; Type IV; The Panduke-Svar Temples; Sikhara; The Vasudeva temple; The date; Type V; Phase III at Jageswar and the other temples of Kumaon (950-1300 A. D. ); Group A; Group B; Group C; The Monolithic temple at Thai; Group D; The Rakshasa Deol; The Katarmal Shrine; The Art of the Shrine; The temple at Bageswar; Gopeswar Shrine; The Temple at Lakhamandal; The Chronology and Parallels; The Bageswar temple; The Gopeswar Shrine; The Lakhamandal Shrines; Builders of the temples in Kumaon between 9th to the 13th century A. D.; The Lakhamandal Shrine; Type VI; Mediaeval; The temples at Champawat, Gujardeo at Dwarahat and the Lakshmi Narayana at Baijnath; The Balisvara double shrine; The Art; The Ratnesvara and Champawati Shrines; The Art; The Gujara Deo at Dwarahat; The Art; The Lakshmi Narayana Shrine at Baijnath; Chronology and resemblance; Other religious architecture; Votive stupa at Nala; General observations Chap. IV : SCULPTURE : Human Figures; Sculpture from Bageswar; Figures of attendants; Bronze statues of Rajas; Dancing figures; Animal Sculpture; Gajasirhha; Mythical figures; The Dwarfs; Architectural Designs; Geometric Designs; Floral Designs; Conclusion Chap. V : ICONOGRAPHY : Trimurti of Siva; Siva in Vajrasaria Pose; Siva Nrittyamurti; Vyakhyana-Daksinamurti of Siva; Alinganamurti; Tripurantakamurti at Lakhamandal; Umamahesvara; Kalyansundar Murti; Bhairava; Hari-Haramurti; Lakulisa; Ganesa or Ganapati; Dwarahat Sculpture of Saka 1103 or 1181 A. D.; Nritya-Ganapati; Karttikeya; Visnu; The Badri Group; Visnu image at Adbadari Ikdrinath; Trivikrama; Sesasayanamurti of Visnu; Narasimha; Visnupattas; Viratarupa Visnu; Kaliya-mardana; Brahma; Hari-Hara Pitamaha; Goddesses; Saiva Goddesses; Durga; Mahisasuramardinl; Sapta-mutrikas; Gaja-Lakshml; Ganga and Yamuna; Surya; Seated image of Surya; Navagraha; Garuda Kubera; Jaina Iconography; Conclusion Chap. VI : Epigraphy AND Numismatics : Epigraphy; Description of Various Inscriptions; The Script; Devaprayag Brahnii Inscriptions; Silavarman's inscription at Jagatgram; The Lakhamandal Fragmentary Inscription; Kasar Devi Rock inscription; The two Talesvar Copper plate grants; Style and Matter; Invocation and Mythological allusions; Emblems; Opening and Closing Formulas; Script; Era; Vijaya Rajva; Style and Matter; Invocation and Mythological Allusions; Emblems; Opening and closing formulas; The Bageswar Prasasli; The Lakhamandal Prasasti; Opening and Closing formulas; The Barhat and Gopeswar Tridents; Numismatics; Almora coins; The Kushana coins; Almora coins; The Kushana coins; Yaudheya COINS from Deharadun; Yaudheya coins from Lansdowne (Garhwal); Conclusion Chap. VII : Religion : Religion; Dark Age; Religion under the Katyuris and Chands; Ssaivism and Vaisnavisrn; Surya worship; The Cult of S"akti; The Worship of Rama; The Secondary Gods and Goddesses; Gorakhanath; Local Deities; Ghantakarna; Bholanath; Satyanath; Ganganath; amasana Khavlsh (or Preta); Goril; Raja-Rajesvari; Kshetrapala and other Tutelary Gods; Naga worship; Buddhism; Jainism; Conclusion Chap. VIII : HISTORICAL Geography AND CULTURAL ETHNOGRAPHY : Administrative; The Territorial Units; Janapada; Bhukti; Visaya; Pallika; The officers; The Yuktas; The Rajukas; Pradesikas; The Mahamatras; In charge of Administrative departments; Mohakartakrtika; Maha-pratihara; Mahadandanayaka; Samanta; Kisoravadavagomahish Yodhikrita; Dasapradhika; Dandapasika; Chaurodharanika; Asedhabhangandhikrita; Kottapala; Khandarakshadhipati Karanakika or Karanika; Pattakapacharika; Ghattapala; Saulkika; Sthanadhikrta; Gaulmika; Gamagamina,; Sarabhanga; Khadagika; Mahasamanta; Dandika,; Asvapati; Vyaparitaka,; Preshnika; Data; Rajamatya; Rajputra; Kumaramatya; Rajadauvarika; Rajanyaka; Visayapati; Bhogapati; Rajasthanlya; Uparika; Prantapala; Mahattamas; Mahamanushya, Sreshthipurogan; Vartamapala; Viniyuk-taka; Tarapati; Aikakisvamina; Agmsvamina; Sashta-Dasa-prakrtyadaisthaniyan; Pratisurika; Pilupati; Kulacharika; Karika; Vanika, Abhira and Thakkura; Suffixes indicating village or town; Pura; Purl; Suffixes indicating small settlements; Suffixes denotingjbrts, Landscape, etc.; Kostha and kotta; Sthali; Sari; Asrama; Miscellaneous Suffixes; Vataka, Bhutika; Toll; Classification of names; List of Place names and their indentification with modern names; Personal names; Vedic Period; Sutra Period; Smriti Period; Significance of the names of the Dynasty of Brahmapura; The second Lakhamandal Dynasty; The First Dynasty of Lakhamandal; The Katyuri Dynasty of Kumaon; The Names of Ladies of the Royal Household; Names of the Brahmanas; Names of officials and other Persons; Names of Gods and Goddesses; Conclusion Chap. IX : KUMAON AND INDIA : An Epilogue; Administration; Religions; Epigraphy and Numismatics; Fine Arts and Sculpture; Architecture Printed Pages: 327. 100968

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