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History of the Later Harappans and Shilpakara Movement (In 2 Volumes)

 
Naval Viyogi (Author) M. Anawar Ansari (Author)
Synopsis "The author has proved that ethnically Harappan people were Dravidians, Australoids and Alpines and not Aryans. They were highly civilized, their heritage and culture very rich.  They were efficient artisans, great producers and courageous traders. The book says Aryans, a white race of Central Asia, reached North West India in 1700 BC. They destroyed Harappans towns, who had fled to east. The book gives information about denominational Harappan tribes who have settled in various regions of north India including Kumaon Hills."

Contents:
Preface. 1. The People of Northern-Hill-Track. 2. Jammu and Kashmir. 3. Some Castes and Tribes of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab; Their Social and Ethnical Identity. 4. Himachal Pradesh. 5. The Audumbaras and the Pathanias. 6. Damars, the Feudal Lords of Kashmir. 7. The Kunindas. 8. The Katyuris of Uttarakhand. 9. The Panwars and the Chands. 10. The Aryanization of Khasas and Kols of Uttarakhand. 11. The Economic Exploitation and Slavery of Native Shilpakaras. 12. The Movement of Arya Samaj and Aryanization of Shilpakaras. 13. The Policy and Behaviour of the British Administration and the Shilpakaras. 14. The Movement of Shilpakaras. 15. The Movement of Congress Against Untouchability. Appendix. Bibliography. Index.
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About the author

Naval Viyogi

Dr. Naval Viyogi was born in 1937, in the district of Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh in a petty famer family living hand to mouth. His mother was Shrimati Ganga Devi and Father Shri Godhon Lal. He took his early education at a local school in Ilgas town. He completed his graduation from the Punjab University and after a long gap of period he achieved the Degree of D. Litt in History and Culture from the Round Table University, Erazona, U.S.A. In his early life he worked as a school teacher and for a short time as sub-editor in a daily paper of Jalandhar. And after that he joined the Railway department as clerk and retired as an officer. Now-a-days he is working on a ten volume ‘Research Project’ entitled “The History of the Indigenous People of India.” He has two sons from his first wife soon became a well known author of Sarita Group of Magazines. He has so far written 10 novels, about 120 short stories and articles, one book on social revolution, 5 books and 6 research papers on History and Culture. Dr. Viyogi is a research scholar of first order. He has broken many new grounds pertaining to ancient history of India, which has almost lost its ground and true statement of fact owing to monopoly of colonial historians who deliberately have eroded the glorious history of native people of India. Indian history, now in courses of schools, colleges and universities is a history of invaders who were barbarians in general. But Dr. Viyogi through his meaningful research has proved that native Naga people were highly civilized, their heritage and culture was very rich. They developed an ideal social, religious, economic and political system which made them very wealthy and invincible warriors and ideal citizens. Thus they founded Indus Valley Civilization, one of the oldest civilization of the world. They are responsible for the urbanization of India as much as twice and to bring forth ‘Golden Age’ of Indian history. If this existing course of invader’s history is replaced by this new research work, it can prove to be an ideal history for developing young brain to the right path of creating sense of nationality, humanity, fratemity, liberty, patriotism and rationality. This can be a gain of considerable amount of progressive mileage in the human history.

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Bibliographic information

Title History of the Later Harappans and Shilpakara Movement (In 2 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788178357515
length xvii+628p., Illustrations; Map; 23cm.