Author:Narayani Gupta


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India's Colonial Encounter: Essays in Memory of Eric Stokes

By: Mushirul Hasan and Narayani Gupta (eds)

Price: $19.25

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Manohar: 2004

Edition: Second Revised and Enlarged Edition

Seller ID: 036358

ISBN: 8173045364

Condition: New

Printed Pages: 484. View more info

Let's Explore Humayun's Tomb

By: Narayani Gupta

Price: $19.95

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Archaeological Survey of India: 2011

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 037207

Condition: New

Printed Pages: 80 with numerous colour illustrations. View more info

A Fighting Spirit: Selected Writings of Ashoka Gupta

By: Narayani Gupta and Sarmistha Dutta Gupta

Price: $14.25

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Niyogi Books: 2012

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 037353

ISBN: 9789381523650

Condition: New

An active career spanning seven decades is unusual. And to describe Ashoka Gupta (1912-2008) simply as a social worker is not enough. Till the last day of her life, she was a dynamo, who generated exhilaration and energy in those around her. In this volume, we have tried to capture her personality through her own writings and through the recollections of others. The earliest piece by her was published in 1945, the last written in 2004. They vividly convey the ethos of the timesthe terrible 1940s, through war, famine, riots, and Partitionsituations when actions spoke more strongly than words. T... View more info

Delhi: The Built Heritage. A Listing, 2 Vols.

By: Ratish Nanda, Narayani Gupta and O.P. Jain

Price: $150.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, INTACH: 1999

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 029816

ISBN: 8190028197

Condition: New

Delhi is a city of continuity. The excavations at purana Qila indicate that the history of Delhi goes back to the first millennium B.C. Delhi is, therefore one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. It is a city of many layers, each with its own story, where many-a city were built, destroyed and then rebuilt. Many of Delhi’s rulers played a dual role first as destroyers and then as builders. It is ironic that even after independence, we continue to destroy our heritage in the name of ‘development’. This publication by INTACH Delhi Chapter is part of this process. In this publicati... View more info