Monday, February 20, 2017

October 2016 Bibliography of South Asian Titles

October 2016 Bibliography of South Asian Titles

See web page - https://asianstudies.github.io/area-studies/SouthAsia/New/2016bibliography.html
WorldCat listing https://www.worldcat.org/profiles/uvalibrary/lists/3690578?view=&count=50
Description: 33 South Asia titles or books received from South Asia to add to Alderman Library at the University of Virginia. Mostly English, but also Urdu, Persian, and Hindi language books. On literature, food, history, religion, folk tales, folk medicine, Buddhism, Sufism, cinema, Tagore, Ambedkar, Andhra Communists, Modi, ecology, historical maps, the Ganges river; many on Pakistan.


Bibliography of South Asian Titles 2016 October
Books published in South Asia
Philip McEldowney 2016 October 10
South Asia Library Guide or South Asia Studies websit
Worldcat lists these titles at https://www.worldcat.org/profiles/uvalibrary/lists/3690578
Topics (in order) Persian and Urdu, Pakistan cinema, crafts, persons (Tagrore, Ambedkar, Modi, etc.), historical, social, folk, religious, and literature.
Ahadis va aqval 1. Ahadis va aqval dar divan-i hakim Sanayi Ghaznavi. Nazari, Mah, Sanai al-Ghaznavi,Abu al-Majd Majdud ibn Adam. 2015. Persian poetry -- 747-1500 -- History and criticism. Criticism and interpretation.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/920562007
Jameel Jalibi ya Urdu adab ki tareekh2. Jamil Jalibi ya Urdu adab ki tarikh = Jameel Jalibi ya Urdu adab ki tareekh. Jamil, Khavar, Pasha,Mustafa Kamal. 2015. Study on contribution of Jamil Jalibi, born 1928, Urdu scholar and critic in writing of Urdu literature history. Urdu literature -- History and criticism. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/932337739
Recipes of Pakistani Shef Zakir3. Shef Zakir signature. Quraishi, Zakir. 2014. Recipes of Pakistani cuisine. Cooking, Pakistani.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/945885191
Pakistani cinema4. Cinema and society : film and social change in Pakistan. Khan, Ali, Ahmad,Ali Nobil. 2016. Motion pictures -- Pakistan -- History. Social aspects -- Pakistan.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/945804424
Crafts of Madhya Pradesh5. Chapa : the imprints of crafts : Madhya Pradesh. Seth, Devika, Gaatha Handicrafts (Ahamadabad, India), Madhya Pradesh Hastashilp evam Hathkargha Vikas Nigam Ltd. 2013. On the handicrafts of Madhya Pradesh, India.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/945194042
Towards Tagore6. Towards Tagore. Dasgupta, Sanjukta, Mukhopadhyaya, Ramakumara, Ganguly, Swati, Visva-Bharati. 2014. Criticism, interpretation
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/904592098
Memoir of a woman communist leader from Andhra Pradesh7. The sharp knife of memory : a memoir. Kotesvaramma, Kondapalli. 2015. Memoir of a woman communist leader from Andhra Pradesh and wife of Kondapalli Sitaramayya, communist leader.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/921367615
Ambedkar8. Ambedkar : an economist extraordinaire. Jadhav, Narendra. 2015. Political and social views.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/927294462
Modi's world9. Modi's world : expanding India's sphere of influence. Raja Mohan, C. 2015. Modi, Narendra, -- 1950- -- Political and social views.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/913802426
British historiography of South Asia 10. British historiography of South Asia : aspects of early Imperial patterns and perceptions. Shafique, Muhammad,National Institute of Historical and Cultural Research (Pakistan), 2016.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/951557652
Historical geography11. Historical geography of the colonial Punjab : 1849-1947. Tiwana,Darbara Singh. 2015.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/924660470
picturesque Gangs12. A picturesque tour along the rivers Ganges and Jumna in India : consisting of twenty-four highly finished and coloured views, a map, and vignettes, from original drawings made on the spot ; with illustrations, historical, and descriptive. Forrest, Charles Ramus, National Archives of India. 2015.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/908635124
Angelic appeals for Jinnah13. Angelic appeals : children's letters of love and inspiration to Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, 1939-1848. Malik,Nadeem Shafiq. 2015. Children -- Charitable contributions -- Pakistan -- Correspondence.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/946142850
Partitioned histories14. Partitioned histories : the other side of your story. Sachdeva, Arjun, Patel, Sanaya, Hameed, Alizeh, Raja, Noorzadeh,Hidayatullah, Haris. 2016. Bengal (India) -- History -- Partition, 1905 and 1947.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/951612401
Mughal-Afghan relations15. Mughal-Afghan relations in South Asia : history and developments. Yaqubi, Himayatullah, National Institute of Historical and Cultural Research (Pakistan). 2015. Mogul Empire -- Politics and government.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/956583854
Remotely colonial - Balochistan16. Remotely colonial : history and politics in Balochistan. Swidler, Nina. 2014. Kalat District (Pakistan) -- History. Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 19th century.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/893189738
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Older and Rural women17. Elderly women in Indian village : tradition and transition. Vandana Kumari. 2015. Older and Rural women -- India -- Satwasa -- Social conditions.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/903002288
Educational crisis and reform18. Educational crisis and reform : perspectives from South Asia. Rashid, Abbas, Muzaffar, Irfan. South Asian Free Media Association. 2015. Educational change -- South Asia.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/914183944
19. Traditional and folk herbal medicine : recent researches. V. K. Gupta. New Delhi: Daya Pub. House, 2012.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/770601300
Folk tales from Odisha20. Folktales of a forgotten folk. Samuel Dani. 2015. Folk tales of Kamar, Indic people, from Odisha, India. Kamar (Indic people) -- India -- Nuapada (District) -- Folklore.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/930875979
Sufi saints21. Sufi saints and their contribution : (with spl.ref. to North-Western Uttar Pradesh from 13th to 17th century). Tariq Khan. . 2015. Chishtiyah -- India -- Uttar Pradesh -- History.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/922639551
Kumbha Mela22. Confluence of faith : Kumbh 2013 = Kumbha Mela 2013, Prayaga, Ilahabada. Dubey, D. P., Roy, Arindam, Neelabh, Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd., Uttar Pradesh (India), Information and Public Relations Department. 2013. Hindu pilgrims and pilgrimages -- India -- Allahabad.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/909883697
Poem on Gautama Buddha23. Jinalankara : Hindi anuvada sahita mula Pali-patha evam vistrta tippani. Buddhadatta, Sakya, Jnanaditya,Buddhadatta., Buddhadatta. 2015. Poem on Gautama Buddha; Pali text with Hindi translation; includes exhaustive introduction.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/929921672
forgotten form of Shiva24. Bhadreshvara : a forgotten form of Shiva in India and South-East Asia. Sahai, Sachchidanand. 2016.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/923624453
Bactria Buddhist iconography25. Buddhist iconography of northern Bactria. Abdullaev, K. A., Betts, Alison, Kidd, Fiona, University of Sydney.,Central Asian Programme. 2015. Buddhist art -- Bactria.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/908830759
The Madhyamika26. The Madhyamika's conception of truth and error with special reference to Acarya Stong Kha Pa. Tsewang, Lobzang, Central Institute of Buddhist Studies (Leh, India). 2010.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/933765801
ecological awareness in Buddhacarita27. Buddhacarita mem paryavarana cetana. Gautama, Ramaheta. 2016. Study on ecological awareness in Buddhacarita, poem by Asvaghosa, Buddhist poet and philosopher.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/932101591
Christian missions in Bihar and Jharkhand28. Christian missions in Bihar and Jharkhand till 1947 : a study by P.C. Horo. Horo, P. C., Kalapura, Jose, Gossner Theological College. 2014.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/900598587
Devotional love in the Braj poetry29. Bhaktikavya ka uttarardha : (atharahavim satabdi ke Brajabhasha kavya mem premabhakti). Avasthi, Devisankara. 2015. Study of the portrayal of devotional love in the Braj poetry; covers the period 18th century.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/936234187
story of Rama30. Bharatiya bhashaom mem Ramakatha : Bangla bhasha. Simha, Yogendra Pratapa, Misra, Hariscandra,Ayodhya Shodh Sansthan. 2015. Contributed articles on the story of Rama, Hindu deity, in Bengali poetry.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/925510706
Persian poetry31. Zir-i in nakhl-i buland : justarhayi dar mukhatabshinasi-i Shahnamah. Yahaqqi, Muhammad Jafar. 2015. Persian poetry -- 747-1500 -- History and criticism.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/934100588
Magical mongoose - Bhutan children's story32. The magical mongoose & the Dzambhala. Gyaltshen, Pema, Bhattarai,Chand Kumar. 2015. Bhutan - Juvenile audience.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/910622402
Persian wit and humor33. Asan yih vazi. Saki, Riza, Mahdinizhad, Umid,Hamidi, Mina. 2015. Persian wit and humor.
http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/915310009
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Thursday, June 16, 2016

South Asia Books in June 2016

South Asia Books in June 2016

For the WorldCat bibliography click on this link and the individual titles below

Bibliography of 16 titles - Titles from South Asia received in May/June 2016 at the University of Virginia Library - two Sanskrit, 3 Urdu, and the rest in English, on topics of Calcutta, Bihar and Jharkhand, a big volume on kavya, lovely plates and paintings of Pahari miniature painting, early Indian art, the 1984 anti-Sikh violence (following Indira Gandhi's assassination), "understanding Pakistan," the Tiger action plans in 13 countries, India's military in the first world war, the Election 2014 and back to 1952, Buddhist art, and a tantric text
[Click a title (eg Calcutta ) to see its details in WorldCat. 
Click an image (eg Pahari)to see a larger version]

  1. Sarkar, Tanika, Bandyopadhyaya, Sekhara. Calcutta : the stormy decades. 2015.
  2. Singh, Lata, Pati, Biswamoy. Colonial and contemporary Bihar and Jharkhand. 2014.
  3. Javid, Khalid. Nimat khanah. 2014. Contents: Novel based on social themes. 
    Bronner, Yigal, Shulman, David Dean, Tubb,Gary A. Innovations and turning points : toward a history of Kavya literature. 2014.
  4. Rahi, Onkara. Growth and tradition of Pahari miniature painting. 2013.
  5. P. C. Jain. Early Indian art and architecture. 2015.
  6. Lokesh Chandra, International Academy of Indian Culture. The Buddhist cosmopolis. 2014.
  7. Joseph C., Mathew, Jamia Millia Islamia (India), Centre for Pakistan Studies. Understanding Pakistan : emerging voices from India. 2015.

    Contents: Contributed articles presented at a seminar organized by Centre for Pakistan Studies, MMAJ Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
  8. Ashraf, Tariq. Election 2014 : a complete documentation & analysis of Indian parliamentary elections since 1952. 2015.
  9. Global Tiger Forum (Noida, India), Secretariat, Wildlife Trust of India. Action Tiger : Tiger action plans of 13 tiger range countries. 2014.
  10. Amarinder Singh. Honour and fidelity : India's military contribution to the great war 1914-18. 2014.
  11. Mishra,Giri Ratna. Lankesa Ravana's Uddisa Tantra = Uddisatantra : with Sarveshwari English commentary & introduction. 2015.
    Contents: Tantric text on black magic etc.
  12. Masud Khan, Muhammad Athar, Cand, A'ishah. Do gaz zamin : afsane va inshay'e. 2013. Contents: Selected short stories, essay and plays on various themes; includes contributed articles on the life and works of Muhammad Athar Masud Khan, 1961, Urdu author.
  13. Husena, Jabira. Yih shahar lage mohe ban. 2014.
  14. Jayarasibhatta, Nyaupane, Kasinatha, sarma, Ambikadatta, Jayarasibhatta, Jayarasibhatta.Tattvopaplavasimhah. 2015. Contents: Critically edited Sanskrit text with Hindi translation on Carvaka school of philosophy, with refutation of other schools in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism.
  15. Vasupujya. Danasasana. 2009. Contents: Sanskrit text with Hindi explanation on Jaina doctrines of charity.

Collected by Philip McEldowney, Library. 2016 June 16.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

First Annual Sweat Shirt Week, University of Virginia, 17-25 March 2016

Celebrate Spring by wearing your favorite colorful attire to work. Leave the winter doldrums behind. 

Announcing the First Annual Sweat Shirt Week at the University of Virginia libraries, starting on St. Patrick’s Day the Thursday the 17 March and running through the following Friday the 25 March 2016.
We’ve expanded the definition of ‘sweat shirt’ to include other attire (since several of us do not have 7 great Sweat Shirts to wear) – sweaters, special shirts or blouses or garments, pants, crazy socks (Suzanne B’s suggestion); and even small ribbons, sashes, ties, pins with messages or images on them, hats, baseball caps, jewelry? In combination with other attire or by themselves. Some themes are suggested (only) below.

Photo shoot at noon each day on the front steps of Alderman Library. But feel free to have others take photos of you alone or in pairs, etc. and send them on to me. Smile.

Deej suggests we call each day “express yourself” day.  Please join in

Be inventive, creative.  This is your chance to exhibit, shine in your favorite outfits. As Suzanne says - you have a week to plan your wardrobe.

Enjoy!
 
Themes (colors, messages, types) Help me, help me! Send me suggestions or modifications. None of my suggestions below are set in stone.  What do you think?
Maybe --
17th March green (sweat shirts, shirts, sweaters, ribbon, pin, etc). St Pats sweat shirt, or other festival theme
18th March Friday reds Celebrating the colorful Friday (or pinks or purples) Sports or team sweat shirt
21st March Monday Its Spring Blues (blue sky, blue water, blues, blues). Schools / Colleges sweat shirt
22nd March Tuesday Yellows, oranges brighten up, sun, sun, sun. Organizations (ALA, Semester at Sea) and places (Charlottesville, cities) sweat shirts
23rd March Wed Hump day – boring, sad, nearing the last day of Sweat Shirt Week.  Black, browns, dullness, the earth.  (Environment, nature, places, Grand Canyon sweat shirt)
24th March Thursday Multicolor or any. International Day – wear your favorite native or ‘foreign’ sweat shirt or attire – German, Egyptian, Native American, African, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, etc.
25th March Friday – the Last day – come clean. Whites! Cleanliness, celebration, pureness. Your most favorite sweat shirt or attire. 

Whoa! The Annual Sweat Shirt Week is over – can’t wait for next year.