Omnibus of North Bengal- The History and Culture of the Hills and Plains (Set of 2 Volumes)
|Publisher:||B.R. PUBLISHING CORPORATION|
|Pages:||478 (Throughout Color Illustrations)|
|Other Details||9.5x6.5 INCHES|
Omnibus of North Bengal explores the historical dynamics covering a wide range of issues on society, polity, economy, movements and also art and architecture that had crystallized in the Northern part of Bengal, colloquially known as North Bengal at present. The book embodies twenty research articles. Peoples' settlement patterns are generally conditioned by dictates of geography as well as of zonal linguistic groupings. Since the early period the archaeological remains at Mahasthangarh, Bangarh, Jagaddal Mahavihar, Jagajjivanpur Mahavihar, the ruins of Asuragarh have revealed horizontal extension of urban or semi urban settlement and justifiably have curved a niche in academic discourse. Simultaneous attention is needed to explore the historical process that has been going on and on through the ages in piedmont North Bengal.
Dr. Anita Bagchi is Associate Professor in the Department of History, University of North Bengal. She did her Post Graduation, M.Phil and Ph.D. from the University of North Bengal. Her keen area of interest is Ancient Indian History with a focus on the development of plant and animal Sciences and gender relations as well.
She is the author of the monograph titled Social Situations of Women of North Bengal through the Ages: Ancient and Early Medieval Periods (2007). She acted as the editor of the books Changing Faces of Indian Women (2009) and Empowerment and Her Story: An Agamic Vision (2010). She also edited the journal Karatoya: North Bengal University Journal of History.
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