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Economic Policy in Ancient India

 
Ravindra Nath (Author)
Synopsis It is a reference book on the subject of economic policy of ancient India, based on Hindu Shastras. The extracts from the original sources have been cited in the book wherever needed to explain the subject. The citations make it an unique reference book on the subject of economics for all the time. The author has laboured hard to go through the various original texts like Vedas and the Puranas to make the book valuable one. Wherever needed he has given his own views on the subjects to facilitate the research scholars to draw their own conclusions. The book fills up gap in the field of knowledge pertaining to the economics. It is hoped that the book will be of a great help to the research scholars working on ancient Indian economics.
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About the author

Ravindra Nath

Ravindra Nath, was born on 1st October 1932 at village Kunwabar, Tahsil Sahjanwa, District Gorakhpur, U.P., India. He took his B.A. Degree from M.P. college, Gorakhpur and LL.B. degree from St. Andrews College, Gorakhpur. He joined the Bar at Gorakhpur. He was awarded Ph.D. degree by Vikramshila Vidyapeeth, Ishipur, Bhagalpur, Bihar in 1991. Basically a Lawyer, the author has written twenty original research books on various subject. A worshippper of goddess Saraswati, he has close relations with Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Former Prime Minister of India and Sri Nanaji Dheshmukh, Ex M.P. and a social worker. Even in this age he keeps himself busy in writing.

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Bibliographic information

Title Economic Policy in Ancient India
Author Ravindra Nath
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178355817
length 308p., Index; 23cm.