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Vasudhaiva Kutumkam: Cultural Reciprocation between India and the World

 
Sures Chandra Banerji (Author)
Synopsis The book is designed to find out the foundations on which the global cultural edifice has been built. A perusal of the book will convince the reader that the world civilization is like a mighty old tree that remified through centuries. In different facets of culture, architecture, sculpture, music, astronomy, mathematics, medical science, literature, etc. India played the roles of both the lender and the borrower. The readers will feel that the homosapiens belong to one big family which is oblivious of its common heritage.
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About the author

Sures Chandra Banerji

S.C. Banerji, (born 1917, Bengal), M.A. (Dacca), and Ph.D. (Calcutta), is a retired professor of Sanskrit, a Fellow of Asiatic Society, Calcutta and recognized by International Biographical Centre, Cambridges. England, as International Man of the Year 1997/98, is a dedicated indologist. He has, to his credit, about sixty books, on different aspects of indology, in English, Bengali and Hindi. Among his English works are A Companion to Sanskrit Literature, A Brief History of Tantra Literature, Studies in the Origin and Development of Yoga, A Companion to Indian Philosophy, New Perspectives in the study of the Puranas, A Brief History of Dharmasastra, Historical Survey of Ancient Indian Grammars (Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit), Principles of Hindu Jurisprudence (2 Vols.), Studies in the Mahapuranas, Cultural Reciprocation between India and the World, etc.

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Bibliographic information

Title Vasudhaiva Kutumkam: Cultural Reciprocation between India and the World
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185616590
length x+496p., Tables; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.