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Annapurna: A Bunch of Flower of Indian Culture

 
P. Arundhati (Author)
Synopsis Annapurna is a bunch of flowers that bloomed in the course of quarter century of research with a fragrance of Indian thought on different branches of knowledge like nourishment, medicine, ecology, psychology, chemistry, petrology and like, spreading the aroma of Indian culture to the length and breadth of the world. The articles reflect the strength, vitality and vigour of Indian culture as known even in the times of hoary antiquity. Annapurna is a valuable contribution to Indological studies.
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P. Arundhati

Dr. P. Arundhati, M.A., Ph.D. a distinguished indologist and an archaeologist was born in 1942 at Telaprolu a placid village in Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh. She took her B.Sc. degree from Scicne College, Osmania University, Hyderabad. She obtained her M.A. degree in Religion and Culture from the same University in 1996. Her academic zeal for research engaged her in her doctoral thesis entitled "Religious life and thought in Andhra Desa from Satavahanas to 1000 A.D." and she was awarded Ph.D. degree by the Osmania University in 1984 for her outstanding thesis. Her academic interest are varied and her specialisation includes the subjects on art, culture, Religion, crafts and archaeology. She acquired vast experience in various professional fields. She served in variuos capacities as Assistant Curator, Excavator, Registering Officer and presently the Administrative officer the Archaeological Survey of India, New Delhi. An academician, Museologists, archaeologist and an administrator she made her mark with notable distinction. she keeps herself engaged in academic pursuits with her wonted scholarship and sensitivity. She is member of many learned bodies in India like Andhra Pradesh History Congress, Museums Association of India, Crafts Museum, New delhi etc. Her independent excavation at Nagnur in Karimnagar district is very much rewarding and her archaeological exploration in many of the Telengana districts yielded potential results. Her unfailing love for Religious studies warrants approbation from all the lovers of indology.

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Title Annapurna: A Bunch of Flower of Indian Culture
Author P. Arundhati
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170228972
length 108p., Illustrations; Maps; Bibliography; Index.