Festschrift volume of Prof. Bhattiprolu Sri Lakshmi Hanumantha Rao (1924-1993), a noted historian of India.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Buddhist and Jaina history of the Deccan|
|Statement||edited by Aloka Parasher-Sen ; assisted by B. Subrahmanyam, E. Siva Nagi Reddy.|
|Contributions||Hanumantha Rao, B. S. L., 1924-, Parasher-Sen, Aloka.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xxii, 386 p.,  p. of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||386|
|LC Control Number||2005386432|
Kevala Bodhi: Buddhist and Jaina History of the Deccan (Hardback) Aloka Parasher-Sen (author), Siva Reddy (author) Sign in to write a review. Author of Kevala-bodhi, Buddhist and Jaina history of the Deccan, Buddhism and Jainism in Andhra Desa, Social mobility in medieval Andhra, Socio-cultural history of ancient and medieval Andhra, Bauddhamu-Āndhramu, Religion in Andhra, Bhāratīya saṃskr̥ti, Āndhrula caritra. Bibliography. Illustrations. "Kevala-Bodhi: Buddhist and Jaina History of the Deccan is a collection of papers with a special focus on two religions that left an inedible mark on the history of Deccan and, in turn, marked a visible change in the way both these religions . Author of Socio-cultural history of ancient and medieval Andhra, Kevala-bodhi, Buddhist and Jaina history of the Deccan, Religion in Andhra, Religion in Āndhra, Buddhism and Jainism in Andhra Desa, Āndhrula caritra, Social mobility in medieval Andhra, Bauddhamu-Āndhramu.
Jaina Rock Cut Caves: An Architectural Survey, Architecture & Interior Digest of Pune, Issue, ; Jainism in Maharashtra: History and Development in KEVALA-BODHI Buddhist and Jaina History of the Deccan Vol. II (Aloka Parasher-Sen et al. Ed.), Delhi: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan. In Archaeology as History: South Asia, edited by H. P. Ray and C. M. Sinopoli, pp. ICHR, New Delhi. Beyond the Monastery Walls: Buddhism in Early Historic Period Society in Northeast Andhra Pradesh. In Kevala-Bodhi: Buddhist and Jaina History of the Deccan, edited by A. Parsher-Sen, pp. Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, New Delhi. Jainism is a religion founded in ancient trace their history through twenty-four tirthankara and revere Rishabhanatha as the first tirthankara (in the present time-cycle). Some artifacts found in the Indus Valley civilization have been suggested as a link to ancient Jain culture, but this is highly speculative and a subjective interpretation. The Bhilsa Topes: Buddhist Monuments of Central India. By: Alexander Cunningham; edited and revised, with an Introductory Note By B.M. Pande Price: $ Publisher: New Delhi, India, Aryan Books International:
Preface Sheth Sri Bholabhai Dalai and Sheth Sri Premchand K. Kotawala, the Trustees of Sri Poonamchand la Trust kindly decided to donate, from the above Trust, an annual grant of Rupees Two Thousand to the Jaina Cultural Research Society, Banaras. This sum is being utilised in inviting different scholars to deliver lectures, in the Banaras Hindu University, on any aspect of . With a Presentation by Raimon Panikkar Translated from the French by Mary Rogers From the Jacket This book permits us to penetrate within one of the most ancient ascetic spirituality, that followed by some Jaina women ascetics. Written with their collaboration, it presents to the reader their life of radical renunciation of which one of the hallmarks is incessant pilgrimage, a regular. Jainism in South India. In Karnataka. It is now an undisputed fact that Jainism entered into Karnataka and south India during the days of Emperor Chandragupta Maurya when Bhadrabahu, the distinguished leader of Jainas and the last of the Jaina saints known as sruta-kevalis, after predicting twelve years famine in the north India, led the migration of the Jaina Sangha to the South. Desai, P. B., Jainism in South India and Some Jaina Inscriptions, Sholapur, Dharmapal, The Beautiful Tree, Indian Education in the Eighteenth Century, Delhi, Dutt, Sukumar, Buddhist Monks and Monasteries of India (Their History and Their Contribution to Indian Culture.) London,