Author:Vijneshu Mohan

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Harappan Civilization: Homogeneity and Heterogeneity

By: Vijneshu Mohan

Price: $27.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, B.R. Publishing Corporation: 2005

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 016331

ISBN: 8176464759

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Printed Pages: 319. View more info

Archaeology: India 50 Years of Independence 1947-97 Status, Growth And Development (Vol. 16)

By: Vijneshu Mohan

Price: $5.42

Publisher: New Delhi, India, B.R. Publishing Corporation: 1998

Seller ID: 110273

ISBN: 8176460044

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Archaeology has rapidly developed as a Nature field of scientific enquiry into the past, from its obscure beginnings as a purely `fact-grubbing antiquarian` discipline. Chapter 1 gives an exhaustive introduction. Chapter 2 reviews the latest developments in the field of Archaeology with a special reference to the Indian contexts and advocates a strong case in favour of the improvement in data retrieval techniques to form foundations for the empirical testing of the theoretical propositions. Chapter 3 highlights the recent developments in the sphere of methodological advancements. Chapter 4 exa... View more info

Folkloristics of Mahabharata

By: Vijneshu Mohan

Price: $22.40

Publisher: New Delhi, India, B.R. Publishing Corporation: 2003

Seller ID: 110369

ISBN: 8176463310

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Printed Pages: 184. View more info

Philosophical Archaeology the Indian Scenario

By: Vijneshu Mohan

Price: $4.50

Publisher: New Delhi, India, B.R. Publishing Corporation: 2000

Seller ID: 110430

ISBN: 8176461571

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The discursive tension between theory and data creatively constitutes the desideratum for archaeology to mature as a scientific discipline. Archaeology is gradually being empowered to imaginatively predict backwards and develop encouraging multilineal cultural specific theoretical foundations. Here lies its relevance. As multi-disciplinary or inter-disciplinary approaches improve the data sets, explicit efforts are being made to propound malleable historicist theories with minimal assault on the past reality without conceivable distortions. Of course, the past happenings are perceived in the p... View more info