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1 Prashant Srivastava & Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra (Eds)
A Bouquet of Indian Heritage, Research and Management (Dr Agam Prasad Felicitation Volume), 2 Vols
Agam Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2015; 978-93-81843-15; Hardcover; New; New; 
Dr Agam Prasad is a renowned social worker and Managing Director of Agam Kala Prakashan, Delhi. He was born on 13.10.1949 in the family of Shri Swami Prasad, a renowned advocate. After obtaining his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Rajasthan, he did his Master’s in Political Science from Meerut University. He wrote his PhD dissertation in History under the guidance of Prof Agam Prasad Mathur, the renowned historian and former Vice-chancellor of Agra University, Agra. He also holds a Post-graduate Diploma in Museology from Bhopal University and MD (H) from Premier Medical College, Chandigarh. All this goes to show his love for knowledge, and his interest in higher education and heritage management. He has dedicated his life to the service of Indology. He has himself authored Rajasthan ki Prachina Rajanitika Samsthaen (Hindi), acted as co-editor of Felicitation Volumes (Triratna, Dimensions of Indian Art, Vajapeya, and Svasti-sri), and published over a dozen research papers. He is the Honorary General-Secretary of the Commonwealth Historians’ Society, and life Member of Indian Association for the Studies of Conservation of Cultural Property, Indian Archaeological Society, Museums Association of India, ICOM, INTACH, Epigraphical Society of India, Plane Name Society of India, Art and Culture Society of India, etc. He is a widely travelled man. The Indian Astro-Palmists Association of India awarded him the title of Hasta Rekha Martanda, and a silver medal.Printed Pages: 944 illustrations (Book on the Art Paper) 101517

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2 Prashant Srivastava & Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra (Authors)
A Bouquet of Indian Heritage, Research and Management, 2 Vols (Dr Agam Prasad Felicitation Volume)
Swati Publications/Agam Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2015; 9789381843154; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Some underwater archaeological excavations in India/Alok Tripathi. 2. A medieval period port at Ghogha in the gulf of Khambhat, West Coast of India/A.S. Gour. 3. Jain inscriptions from Chait/Arvind K. Singh. 4. Reconsidering the meaning of the Ithi jhakhamahamatas of the Asokan inscriptions/Ashvini Agrawal. 5. Raigarh where Shivaji’s coronation took place/Amar Nath Khanna. 6. Two consecutive disasters due to floods in the Himalayas/A.S. Bisht. 7. The Gauhar Mahal, Fatehgarh Fort, Retghat, Bhopal/A.P. Singh. 8. The flower of life vesica pisces-vessel of fish/Arputha Rani Sengupta. 9. Impact of arecanut cultivation on the socio-economic lives of the people of little Andaman/Anita Banerjee and Kripa Mondal. 10. A glimpse of Terracottas and bronzes from Bihar/B.R. Mani. 11. Mughal calligrapher and his tokens of architecture: a study of Tomb and Sarai of Amanat Khan/Chand Singh. 12. Parigawan : a place of great historic interest/Chob Singh Verma. 13. Kiratarjuniyam in Andhra art/D. Kiran Kranth Choudhary and P. Hema. 14. Some early settlements along with river Kuwana (Kuano) in district Basti, UP/D.K. Srivastava and S.K. Chaudhary. 15. Excavation at Ekalbara/Dinesh Kumar Mathur. 16. Assessment of the archaeological researches and antiquity of trans-Ghaghara region/Indudhar Dwivedi and Vimal Tiwari. 17. Kayastha as known from archaeological sources/Jai Prakash. 18. The sculptures of Amaravati and the Greco-Roman influences/Jyoti Rohilla Rana. 19. Preserving wall paintings and stucco figures in g-Tsug Lha-Khang Gompha, Tabo (H.P.)/K.S. Rana, Ramji Nigam and R.S. Bisht. 20. Antiquity of Kasi-abode of Lord Siva/Kamal Shankar Srivastava. 21. Jalore-Eiana (IRINA) and Swaranagiri: a study/K.S. Shukla. 22. Professor D.D. Kosambi: father of scientific Indian history/M.K. Dhavalikar. 23. Chamunda images from Kamakhya Hill, Assam/M.J. Sindhu and Milan Kumar Chauley. 24. Was Thatta the last refuge of Din-i-Illahi/Mahesh A. Kalra. 25. A new hoard of Punch-marked coins from Eran, District (Madhya Pradesh)/Mohan Lal Chadhar. 26. A Case study of scientific conservation of polychrome sculptures, St. Francis of ASSISI Church, Old Goa/M. Singh, S. Vinodh Kumar, Sudhir W. Wagh and Nilesh E. Mahajan. 27. The British Government’s attitude to Indian political problems/Mahesh Narain Sharma. 28. History of Patuas and square Pat in rural Bengal/Nabakumar Duary. 29. Subsistence economy of the Harappan civilization in the upper Saraswati basin/Narender Parmar and Vasant Shinde. 30. Eastern Hakra phase: the first agricultural community in the upper Saraswati basin/Narender Parmar and Vasant Shinde. 31. Jaina inscriptions of Jayasimhapura/Navneet Kumar Jain and Arvind K. Singh. 32. Hindu monasteries of Mattamayur sect of Shaivism in Bundelkhand region (a study on the basis of Rannod inscriptions)/Neeta Yadav. 33. Making of new geo-political unit of Sarayupara in East Uttar Pradesh during the early medieval Period/Prem Sagar Chaturvedi. 34. Karsha and Karshapana/Prashant Srivastava. 35. Soma/Haoma offerings and Vedic and Avestan Goddesses/Prashant Srivastava and Nidhi Srivastava. 36. Recent archaeological exploration in District Balrampur (Uttar Pradesh)/Pushplata Singh, Anoop Kumar and Dipak Kr. Shukla. 37. Jawalamukhi temple and its architecture/Pallavi Mishra and Deepak Rawat. 38. Child-life in Samskrit literature with reference to Kalidasa’s Abhijnanasakuntalam and Bhavabhuti’s ttararamacarita/Prachi Moghe.Vol. II: 39. On my excavating at Sanghol: 1968-72/R. S. Bisht. 40. Allan Octavian Hume: the founder of the Indian National Congress/R.C. Tripathi. 41. Babur’s assessment of Hindu monuments during his visit to Gwalior for (September 25 October 4, 1528 A.D.)/R.K. Sharma. 42. Ragamala beauties in the Jodhpur Fort/R.A. Agarawala. 43. Sakti cult in India/Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra. 44. Some reflections on the early phase of Ajanta/S. Nagaraju. 45. On the legacy of the Harappan art/S.P. Shukla. 46. The theory and practice of colour and colouring in the Vishnudharmottara Purana/Seema Bawat. 47. Towards an understanding of the concept of heritage/Shalini Awasthi. 48. Temples as centres of education and learning in ancient Karnataka/Shrinivas Ritti. 49. Conservation of archaeological remains in North-East India/Syed Jamal Hasan. 50. Anti-termite treatment of historic buildings/S.P. Singh. 51. Rock painting sites in Shivpuri District Area (M.P.)/S.K. Dwivedi, Navneet Kumar Jain and Tikam Tenwar. 52. Study of architecture in the light of Buddhist Nikayas: Kanheri a case study/Suraj A. Pandit. 53. Diplomacy and Matrimonial alliances through the ages/S.K. Jaiswal. 54. Culture of communication: ritual symbol, cultural ethos among the Malpaharia/Samira Dasgupta and Amitabha Sarkar. 55. Concept of human rights and contribution of Buddhism/Shefali Raizada. 56. Subhadra as Ekanamsa Durga/Santilata Dash. 57. Façade of the Lakshafa Devi Temple, Bharmaur: a discussion/Sangram Singh. 58. Ateshgah monument-an epigraphical perspective/T.S. Ravishankar. 59. Amorous scenes in early Buddhist art of Central India/Vinay Kumar Rao. 60. Light artillery from Daulatabad fort/Vilas Jadhav. 82. Non-conformist tradition and environment, Prakrit and environment/A.P. Jakhedkar. Printed Pages: 904. 108904

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3 Prashant Srivastava
Art-Motifs on Ancient Indian Coins
Harman Publishing House; New Delhi, India; 2004; 8186622683 / 9788186622681; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 89. 003210

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4 Prashant Srivastava
Encyclopaedia of Indian Coins, 2 Vols. Set
Agam Kala Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 2012; 8173201188 / 9788173201189; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed pages: Vol.1- 296 alongwith numerous b/w plates, Vol.2- 583 alongwith numerous b/w plates. 036813

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5 Prashant Srivastava
Gleanings in Ancient Indian Numismatics
Agam Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2014; 8173201420 / 9788173201424; Hardcover; New; New; 
The field of ancient Indian numismatics is fraught with a number of problems and debates, which make the study of the coins of ancient India, such a rewarding and interesting endeavour. These problems and debates include those of the origin and antiquity of coinage in India; introduction of the die-striking mode of fabrication of coins, and of legends on ancient Indian coins; problems of attribution; of the rarity of busts and of realistic portraiture on ancient Indian coins; and of identification of deities on coins. Then, there are some enigmatic types; the significance of monograms appearing on coins; certain coin denominations; and forgery of coins, which pose problems. The author has presented, in a summarized manner, some of these vexing problems of ancient Indian numismatics, which appear to defy solution. Scholars have been endeavouring to find solutions to these problems. The author, himself, has devoted over a quarter of a century, pondering over such problems and debates. However, at best, the solutions proposed may be termed as probable, and not final and universally accepted ones.Printed Pages: 200. 101523

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6 S.P.Shukla, R.S.Bisht, M.P.Joshi and Prashant Srivastava (eds.)
History and Heritage: In Honour of Prof. Kiran Kumar Thaplyal: Set of 3 Vols.
Agam Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2007; 817320067X / 9788173200670; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed pages: 844 alongwith numerous b/w plates. 017108

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7 Dr Agam Prasad & Prof Prashant Srivastava (Eds)
Indian Culture and Art: Continuity and Change (Shri R.C. Tripathi Felicitation Volume), 2 Vols
Agam Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2015; 9789381843161; Hardcover; New; New; 
Shri R C Tripathi (b. 1939) is one of those rare administrators, who bring a scholarly vision to the job they take up. And this is not surprising, in view of the fact that, before joining the IAS, he taught at the University of Allahabad. As an IAS officer, Shri Tripathi served on various posts with distinction, both in the State Government of Uttar Pradesh, and the Government of India. From 1995 to 1997, he served as Secretary, Government of India, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, and from October 1997, he held the post of Secretary-General of Rajya Sabha, till his retirement in 2002. Shri Tripathi served the ASI for some time in 1987, as DG. Shri Tripathi has been actively engaged in academic pursuits, and published a number of learned articles on education, culture, public administration, and parliamentary and legislative matters in journals of IIPA, The Parliamentarian, and others. His has authored Emergence of Second Chamber in India, and edited a number of publications of the Rajya Sabha, and also co-editor of Triratna : Heritage, Governance and Equity (Hon Sri T N Chaturvedi Festschrift). He is a member of CABA, Government of India; Indian International Centre, New Delhi; Executive Committee of The Bhawan’s Centre, Allahabad, and The Bhawan’s Mehta Institute, Bharwari (UP); chairman of the Akhila Bharatiya Sanskrit Parishad, Lucknow; patron of the Sanskrit Society of India, New Delhi; and Chancellor’s Nominee in the Executive Council of the University of Lucknow.Printed Pages: 765. 101515

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8 Prashant Srivastava
The Apracharajas: A History Based on Coins and Inscription
Agam Kala Prakashan; Delhi, India; 2007; 9788173200742; Hardcover; New; New; 
The Apracha kings in ancient Indian history and their connections with the Asvaka tribe have been discussed in this volume divided into six chapters. The history of these kings, coins issued by them, the antiquity and the habitat of this tribe and the socio-political and religious milieu etc. have been covered is an excellent manner.Printed Pages: 148. 101551

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9 Prashant Srivastava
The Apracharajas: A History Based on Coins and Inscriptions
Agam Kala Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 2007; 8173200742 / 9788173200748; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 147 with numerous b/w plates. 018132

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10 Prashant Srivastava
The Successors of the Mauryas: A Political History Based on Coins and Inscriptions
Agam Kala Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 2017; 8173201730 / 9788173201738; Hardcover; New; New; 
The period c 187 BC to 319 AD, that is the period beginning with the decline and downfall of the Mauryas and ending with the rise of the Imperial Guptas, sandwiched as it is between these two great dynasties of ancient India, was,till very recent times, called the first dark age of ancient Indian history. However, it is one of the most interesting periods of ancient Indian history, and has received the attention of historians, most of them numismatists and epigraphists, as coins and inscriptions are the two major sources for the study of the political history of the period. This work is meant as a textbook on the political history of the successors of the Mauryas, for the use of undergraduate and postgraduate students of ancient Indian history, particularly those students, who have opted for courses in ancient Indian numismatics and epigraphy. I hope that it shall equip them to appreciate the historical importance of coins and inscriptions, and locate them in their true historical perspective. As always, the drafts of the work were read by Prof K K Thaplyal, and by my father, Shri Priyonath Srivastava; sadly, I lost the latter, while the work was in progress. My sincere thanks to both of them, for their appreciation, criticism, and valuable suggestions. My mother, Mrs Pushplata Srivastava, has been a constant source of inspiration. Thanks are also due to my wife, and my daughters, Pratichi and Purvi, and my nephews, Ayush and Raxit, for their untiring support during the progress of this book. The Tagore Library, University of Lucknow, Lucknow; the State Museum, Lucknow; the Archaeological Survey of India, Lucknow Circle, Lucknow; the Central Library, Archaeological Survey of India, New Delhi; and the National Museum, New Delhi, provided facilities of study, for which I owe thanks to their respective librarians and staff.The photographs of coins published have been provided by the State Museum, Lucknow, and the IIRNS, Nashik, for which I thank both the institutions. Dr. Agam Prasad, of Agam Kala Prakashan, Delhi, promptly took up the book for publication; my thanks to him and his staff, especially Shri Ashok Kumar Pandey, for the care they have put in in the publication of the book. 18 November 2016 Prashant Srivastava Prashant Srivastava. Printed Pages: 248 with 103 b/w plates. 111504

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