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1 Himanshu Prabha Ray (ed.)
Coins in India: Power and Communication
Marg Publications; Mumbai, India; 2006; 8185026734 / 9788185026732; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Contents Introduction: Coins as Political and Cultural Documents - Himanshu Prabha Ray Roman Coins in India: A Re-evaluation - Himanshu Prabha Ray A Tale of Two Dynasties: The Kshaharatas and the Satavahanas in the Deccan - Shailendra Bhandare Religious Icons and Money: Shiva Images on Kushana Coins - Rita Devi Sharma and Himanshu Prabha Ray Coinage and Gender: Early Medieval Kashmir - Devika Rangachari Kings and Coins: Money as the State Media in the Indian Sultanates - Syed Ejaz Hussain Muhammad bin Tughluq: A Numismatic Reappraisal of an Enigmatic Persona - Sanjay Garg The Monarch and the Millennium: A New Interpretation of the Alf Coins of Akbar - Najaf Haider A Metallic Mirror: Changing Representations of Sovereignty during the Raj - Shailendra Bhandare Conducting Excavations and Collecting Coins: Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Kingdom - Jean-Marie Lafont Coins: Some Persistence Issues - Indira Rajaraman Index. Printed Pages: 116 with numerous colour and b/w illustrations. 018373

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2 Himanshu Prabha Ray (Ed.)
History of Ancient India: Political History and Administration, Vol. IV
Aryan Books International; New Delhi, India; 2014; 8173054835 / 9788173054839; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
It is important to reassess, formulate and develop India's civilizational and cultural imperatives in an increasingly globalised world. The nation’s perception of its ancient history plays a major role in this. The present series on the history of ancient India was conceived with this in mind. The aim is to put forward a nationalistic, factual and objective history of the ancient Indian past in eleven volumes. The cobwebs of certain ideas that we have lived with in the past are critically examined and in many cases found wanting and discarded. The present volume, fourth in the series, picks up the thread between the end of the Mauryan dominance and the growth of major regional powers around ad 750. This includes, on the one hand, the phase of the Kushanas who represent in a way the significance of the Oxus-Indus orbit in the course of Indian history and the resurgence of the Gangetic region under the Guptas on the other. We discuss also the development of Sangam literature and the ruling dynasties like Cholas, Cheras and Pandyas. Within this frame there were other political developments, each important in their own domain. Printed Pages: 484, with 4 colour & 46 b/w illustrations. 100008

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3 Himanshu Prabha Ray (Ed.)
Mausam: Maritime Cultural Landscapes Across the Indian Ocean
Aryan Books International; New Delhi, India; 2014; 8173055246 / 9788173055249; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Mausam’ or Arabic ‘Mawsim’ refers to the season when ships could sail safely in the Indian Ocean and these seasonal monsoon winds underwrote both a shared culture in the past, as also the continued survival of maritime regions into the present. ‘Maritime cultural landscape’ was used by Olof Hasslof, the Swedish maritime ethnologist in the 1950s to indicate an understanding of the use of the sea by humans and included attendant coastal structures and cultural identifiers. The papers in this book examine the development of coastal settlements and architectural remains from the third millennium BCE Bronze Age to almost the present across a large part of the Indian Ocean extending from Arabia to Vietnam. A second objective of the book is to relate this understanding of the past with that of the present and to highlight the extent to which indicators of historical cultural networks provide building blocks for contemporary societies, as they work towards universal values and trans-border groupings-both of which underwrite UNESCO’s 1972 World Heritage Convention. The Convention encourages the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around the world considered to be of outstanding value to humanity, thereby focusing on the universal, rather than the local or regional. The book will appeal to readers of maritime history, as well as those involved in heritage studies. Printed Pages: 108 100002

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4 Himanshu Prabha Ray (Ed.)
Sanghol and the Archaeology of Punjab
Aryan Books International; New Delhi, India; 2010; 8173053936 / 9788173053931; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
“The archaeological site of Sanghol situated 40 kilometres from Chandigarh on the National Highway to Ludhiana is exceptional in many ways. One of the very few sites extensively excavated in post-Independence Punjab, it was settled as early as the second millennium BC and has continued in occupation well into the present. The cultural deposit is rich and varied, especially in its diverse range of coins, seals and sealings, and this marks Sanghol out from other contemporary settlements. The discovery of exquisitely sculpted pillars of a stone railing carefully buried in the vicinity of a Buddhist stupa brought Sanghol into the limelight in 1985 and large-scale excavations were undertaken. Remains of Buddhist monasteries and stupas have been preserved and stand testimony to the flourishing nature of religious culture in the area. Based on unpublished data, this edited volume places the finds from Sanghol in the wider context of the archaeology of Punjab. It traces the history of archaeology in the region from the first excavation in 1830 in undivided Punjab during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1801-1839) at the Buddhist stupa at Manikyala, located north-west of Rawalpindi. Interest in the archaeology of Punjab has changed over time from a fascination for Alexander the Great and his Indian campaign in the nineteenth century, to the unchecked collection of antiquities, and to large-scale excavations at Taxila, leading finally to the establishment of museums in pre- and post-Partition Punjab to house the finds. Changes in the research agenda of archaeologists was matched by transformation of the landscape as a result of the large-scale digging of canals in the early twentieth century and widespread agricultural operations in post-Independence Punjab. Within this wider canvas, the focus of the volume, however, remains on an in-depth analysis of the archaeology of Sanghol and its significance in the history of Punjab. Printed Pages: 276 with 102 colours & 85 b/w illustrations. 100147

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