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Position and Status of Women in Ancient India (Vol. II) - A Rare Book

Position and Status of Women in Ancient India (Vol. II) - A Rare Book
$36.00
Item Code: IDG297
Author: Prof. Dr. L. K. Tripathi
Publisher: Department of Ancient Indian History Culture and Archaeology
Language: English
Edition: 1992
Pages: 200
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 9.5"X6"
Preface:

I am happy to place the present publication, Position and Status of Women in Ancient India Volume II, before the readers. The volume comprises sixteen of the papers contributed to the Seminar on the theme held in March 1988. Thirty-three papers were published in Volume I. Still a few papers remain and we plan to publish them in Vol. III, hopefully within two-three months.

In organising the publication of the volume, I have received requisite help from the University administration, particularly from Sri Guru Dayal Prasad, Dy. Register (Dev.), Sri R. C. P. Sinha, Registrar and Sri Y. C. Satyavadi, Finance Officer. I express my thanks to them. I am extremely grateful to Professor C. S. Jha, Vice-Chancellor, B. H. U. for his spontaneous kind help, encouragement and guidance. In the Department, Prof. Purushottam Singh, my erstwhile student and now colleague and Head of the Department, extended me full cooperation and help; Dr. P. K. Agrawala and Dr. Harihar Singh also my erstwhile students and now colleagues helped me in correcting the proofs; I am thankful to them.

Sri Vipul Kumar Pandya, Manager, Ratna Printing Works took personal interest in printing the book neatly for which my thanks are also due to him.

12.3.1992

L. K. Tripathi

CONTENTS

Page
PrefaceIII
1.Harappan Woman: The High Priestess
Shubhangana Atre
1-11
2.Vipula Dube12-18
3.Brahma Mitra Avasthi19-26
4.Position and Status of Women in Early Upanisads
Uma Deshpande
27-39
5.Position and Status of Women in the Buddhist Period
Latika Lahiri
40-46
6. Devi Prasad Tiwari 47-59
7.Position and Status of Women in the Puranas
S. G. Kantawala
60-72
8.Role of Woman as Brahmavadhini in Sanskrit Literature
P. K. Gayathri
73-84
9.Female Reformers of the Buddhist Period(C. 600 B.C. to C. 200 B.C.)
Meena V. Talim
85-94
10.Arun Pratap Singh95-100
11.Sagar Mal Jain101-126
12.Preliminary Observations on the Impulse Control of Women in Early India: Ideology,
Kinship and the State as Machanisms of Control
Uma Chakravarti
127-144
13.Women in Early Medieval Kasmira
Bhawani Shankar Shukla
145-166
14.Women in the Inscriptions of Ancient Assam
Jai Prakash Singh
167-183
15.Position and Status of Women in Ancient Assam
S. L. Baruah
184-191
16.Position and Status of Women during Medieval Andhra Desa
V. V. Krishna Sastry
192-200

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