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Panorama of Indian Culture: (In 4 Volumes)

 
Rohan Peter (Author) Utsav Manihara (Author)
Synopsis Invisible rivers of religion and culture have flowed into India since time immemorial, perhaps even before the birth of the great river Indus that has nurtured equally great civilisations. It is not surprising that the great religions—Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism—have found a natural home in this great land of influences and confluences. The intricate mixing of religion and culture is as much part of the Indian ethos as song and dance, fairs and festivals. Yet, even as a distinctive entity, culture has manifested itself in several uniquely Indian ways: strong family ties and loyalty, spontaneous fellow-feeling, natural friendliness, and a creative mind. All these and more are reflected in the articles and papers that constitute the present four-volume compilation on Indian culture and its vast sweep. While the task of capturing the essence of Indian culture is not humanly possible, the materials included herein are representative of all that it signifies
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About the authors

Rohan Peter

Rohan Peter has studied in schools of Shillong and Nainital, and has obtained a Master's degree in Sociology from the University of Delhi. He has also read at the East-West Centre, Hawaii, and prepared a cultural manifesto for the delegates of an international conference on Art and Culture in a Dynamic World. He has been associated with Sanskruti, a culture-promotion organisation, for over twelve years.

Utsav Manihara

Utsav Manihara is Programme Secretary (Cultural Exchange) with the Forum for Academic Renewal, a consortium of twelve universities and over thirty institutions of learning based in Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Colombo. She has taught history in colleges of Mumbai and Bangalore and has also written well over a dozen papers on culture and historical sensibility.

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Title Panorama of Indian Culture: (In 4 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178880253
length 1353p.