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INDICA
JOURNAL OF THE HERAS INSTITUTE OF INDIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE

INDICA - THE RESEARCH JOURNAL OF THE HERAS INSTITUTE - has been published half-yearly - in March and September - since 1964 - and specializes in research articles by Indian and Foreign Scholars on Indian History and Archaeology, Indian Art and Literature, Indian Religions and Indian Cultures - plus Book Reviews, Documentation, News and Notes. *** THE LATEST ISSUE OF INDICA - VOLUME 45 Number 1(MARCH 2008) is already published and printed. *** Copies have been sent to all the regular Subscribers of INDICA. *** Copies can be ordered on payment as follows: ***** For INSTITUTIONS Rs.400//US$ 45//GBP 25//Euro 36 ***** For INDIVIDUALS Rs.300//US$ 35//GBP 18//Euro 28 ***** inclusive of packing and postal charges. *** Please send the amount by M.O. or Demand Draft drawn on any Bank in Mumbai in favour of THE HERAS INSTITUTE. *** Copies can be ordered from the Secretary, The Heras Institute, St. Xavier's College, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai 400 001. India. For more information, contact the Secretary at: E-mail: herasinstitute@hotmail.com ********************************************************** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** SOME RESEARCH ARTICLES IN THE LAST FEW ISSUES OF INDICA ARE: *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** 1) Culturalificiation of Artifacts: Development in Archaeological Theory - by Professor K. Paddayya (Pune) 2) The Significance of 1857 in Indian Historical Studies - by Professor Barun De (Kolkata) 3) History from below: A Case Study of Folklore in Tulunadu - by Professor N. Shyam Bhat (Goa) 4) Tribal Identity and State Formation with Special Reference to Bhils in Rajasthan - by Dr. Sangeeta Sharma (Jaipur) 5) Jatakas: in Ajanta and Bagh Paintings - A Comparative Study - by Dr. Meena V. Talim 6) Neck of the Funnel: Genesis of the Railway in Sind - by Dr. Madhumita Bandopadhyay (Mumbai) 7) Development of Railways in the Punjab (1849-1901) - by Dr. Rita Bhambi 8) Education of North Indian Muslim Women in Mughal India (1556-1707) - by Dr. Aneesa Iqbal Sabir 9) Vizianagaram Zamindari and British Imperialism in Andhra: 1652-1803) - by Professor M. S. R. Anjaneyulu (Visakhapatnam) 10) Bengal Jute Workers General Strike of 1929 - by Professor Brij Kishore Sharma





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