Indian Culture and Art: Continuity and Change in 2 Volumes (Shri R.C. Tripathi Felicitation Volume)
|Agam Prasad and Prashant Srivastava
|SWATI PUBLICATIONS, DELHI
|English And Hindi
|764 (Throughout B/W Illustrations)
Dr Agam Prasad (b. 1949), BSc, MA, PhD, PG Diploma in Museology, MD(H), is a renowned social worker and Managing-Director of Agam Kala Prakashan, Delhi. He has dedicated his life to the service of Indology, publishing not only established scholars in the field, but encouraging budding researchers by taking up the publication of their maiden works. He has himself authored Rajasthan ki Prachina Rajanitika Samsthaen (Hindi), acted as co-editor of Felicitation Volumes (Triratna, Dimensions of Indian Art, Vajapeya, and Svasti-sri), and published over a dozen research papers. He is the Honorary General Secretary of the Commonwealth Historians' Society, and life Member of Indian Association for the Studies of Conservation of Cultural Property, Indian Archaeological Society, Museums Association of India, ICOM, INTACH, Epigraphical Society of India, Plane Name Society of India, Art and Culture Society of India, etc. He is a widely travelled man. The Indian Astro-Palmists Association of India awarded him the title of Hasta Rekha Martanda and a silver medal.
Prof Prashant Srivastava (b. 1964), BA Honours, MA, PhD, DLitt is Head of the Department of Ancient Indian History and Archaeology, University of Lucknow. After he had received his Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, both with a first class first, from the University of Lucknow, he was awarded a research fellowship by the University Grants Commission. He is the recipient of four gold medals one for BA Honours, two for MA, and one for DLitt. He is the author of twelve books, including Joint Coin-types of Ancient India, Aspects of Ancient Indian Numismatics, Art Motifs on Ancient Indian Coins, The Apracharajas, and Gleanings in Ancient Indian Numismatics, and co-editor of History and Heritage. His other publications include about sixty research papers, and over two dozen popular articles. His Encyclopaedia of Indian Coins is the fruit of his endeavours in connection with a major research project, awarded to him by the University Grants Commission.
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