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南アジアの歴史・社会・文化・文学

South Asian History, Society, Culture, Literature
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Royals and Rebels: the rise and fall of the Sikh Empire. Royals and Rebels: the rise and fall of the Sikh Empire. Atwal, Priya 312p ills. Hurst 2020 5,788円 Punjab -- Kings and Rulers -- Ranjit Singh, Maharaja of the Punjab, 1780-1839 -- History -- 1700-1899 In late-eighteenth-century India, the glory of the Mughal emperors was fading, and ambitious newcomers seized power, changing the political map forever. Enter the legendary Maharajah Ranjit Singh, whose Sikh Empire stretched throughout northwestern India into Afghanistan and Tibet. Priya Atwal shines fresh light on this long-lost kingdom, looking beyond its founding father to restore the queens and princes to the story of this empire's spectacular rise and fall. She brings to life a self-made ruling family, inventively fusing Sikh, Mughal and European ideas of power, but eventually succumbing to gendered family politics, as the Sikh Empire fell to its great rival in the new India: the British. Royals and Rebels is a fascinating tale of family, royalty and the fluidity of power, set in a dramatic global era when new stars rose and upstart empires clashed.
The Mughals and the Sufis: Islam and political imagination in India, 1500-1750. The Mughals and the Sufis: Islam and political imagination in India, 1500-1750. Alam, Muzaffar xiii,454p Pap SUNY 2021 6,483円 Sufism -- Mughal Empire -- India -- History Based on a critical study of a large number of contemporary Persian texts, court chronicles, epistolary collections, and biographies of sufi mystics, The Mughals and the Sufis examines the complexities in the relationship between Mughal political culture and the two dominant strains of Islam's Sufi traditions in South Asia: one centered around orthodoxy, the other focusing on a more accommodating and mystical spirituality.
The Lotus & the Lion: essays on India's Sanskritic & Persianate worlds. The Lotus & the Lion: essays on India's Sanskritic & Persianate worlds. Eaton, Richard M. x,391p photos. Primus Books 2022 7,871円 Deccan (India) -- History -- Mughal Empire -- Persian literature -- Sanskrit literature The Lotus and The Lion dwell on Indian history between the eleventh and the eighteenth centuries, when India was the site of the encounter between two great pan-Asian literary traditions, the Sanskrit and the Persian-metaphorically, the lotus and the lion-and the socio-cultural and moral worlds they created and sustained. The book's first part explores how these cosmopolitan and prestigious worlds interacted both with each other and with regional cultures. The second part presents five essays dealing with Islam in precolonial India, ranging from the nature of Islamic traditions, to Islamization in Punjab and Bengal, to current debates on understanding Islam in India. The third part offers two essays on the Mughals, the first elaborating different kinds of frontiers in Mughal history, and the second proposing new ways of evaluating the emperors Akbar and 'Alamgir. The fourth part contains four essays on the Deccan, ranging from the Tughluq invasion to the earliest advent of gunpowder technology and of written vernaculars in the region. The book closes with five essays on historical methodology, each one illustrating a different way of engaging with, and of illuminating, India's rich past. The essays in this volume reflect my [the author's] scholarly engagement with South Asian history in work published between 2000 and 2020.
A Short History of Pakistan. books one to four. A Short History of Pakistan. books one to four. Qureshi, I.H. (gen. ed.) 952p U. of Karachi 1992(67) 1,925円 Pakistan -- History ook One: Pre-Muslim Period/ A.H. Dani. (222p.) Two: Muslim Rule under the Sultans/ M. Kabir (192p.) Three: The Mughal Empire/ Sh. A. Rasghid (226p.) Four: Alien Rule and the Rise of Muslim Nationalism/ Rahim, M.A., M.D. Chughtai, W. Zaman & A. Hamid) (294p.)
Proceedings of the Indian History Congress, Proceedings of the Indian History Congress,   xxiv,1395p Indian History Congress 2022 5,891円 History -- India Section I: Ancient India II: Medieval India III: Modern IndiaIV: Countries Other Than India IV: Archaeology V: Contemporary History of India
Many Mahabharatas. Many Mahabharatas. Hawley, Nell S. & Sohini S. Pillai (ed.) xxiv,437p pap. SUNY 2021 6,244円 Mahābhārata -- Criticism -- Influence Many Mahābhāratas is an introduction to the spectacular and long-lived diversity of Mahābhārata literature in South Asia
Sarasvatikanthabharanam, a work on rhetorics, Sarasvatikanthabharanam, a work on rhetorics, Bhojaraja 2 vols. Chaukhambha Orientalia 2022 repr. 10,395円 Sanskrit poetry -- History and criticism Saraswatīkaṇṭhābharaṇam a work on rhetorics by Mahārājādhirāja Bhoja = Bhojadevakṛtam Sarasvatīkaṇṭhābharaṇam (kāvyaśāstram)/ Bhoja Kameshwar, (ed. & tr. inyto Hindi)Kameshvar Nath Mishra Title on added t.p.: Saraswatīkaṇṭhābharaṇam.
The Ocean of the Rivers of Story (Kathasaritsagara), Volume 1, 2. The Ocean of the Rivers of Story (Kathasaritsagara), Volume 1, 2. Somadeva 2 vols. New York U.P. 2006, 09 9,380円 Somadeva Bhaṭṭa, active 11th century -- Kathāsaritsāgara -- Tales -- India -- Early works to 1800 Soma·deva composed his “Ocean of the Rivers of Story” in Kashmir in the eleventh century CE. It is a vast collection of tales based on “The Long Story,” a now lost (and perhaps legendary) repository of Indian fables, in which prince Nara·váhana·datta wins twenty-six wives and becomes the emperor of the sorcerers. In English and Sanskrit (romanized)
Three Satires, Nilakantha, Ksemendra & Bhallata. Three Satires, Nilakantha, Ksemendra & Bhallata. Bhallata, Kshemendra & Nilakantha 403p New York U.P. 2005 4,414円 Three satires Nīlakaṇṭha, Kṣemendra & Bhallaṭa ; edited and translated by Somadeva Vasudeva The Dark Age Ridiculed, by Níla·kantha, Beguiling Artistry, by Kshemendra, The Hundred Allegories, by Bh^allata In English and Sanskrit
Dasarupakam: Dasarupakam: Dhananjaya 776p Chaukhambha Orientalia 2023 2,178円 Classical verses work, with commentary and translation on Sanskrit dramaturgy Daśarūpakam : vistr̥ta bhūmikā, mūla, anuvāda, 'Candrikā' Hindī vyākhyā, ṭippaṇī, pariśishṭa evaṃ 99 ḍāyagrāma sahita/ Dhanañjaẏa Bhañja, Rākeśa Śāstrī (ed. & tr.) Sanskrit and Hindi
Sindh under the Mughals: origin and development of historiography (1591-1737 CE). Sindh under the Mughals: origin and development of historiography (1591-1737 CE). Naz, Humera xxvi,254p pap. Oxford U.P. (P) 2023 4,899円 [This] book is a major contribution to the history of Sindh, and consequently to that of Pakistan and South Asia. Beyond the excellence of the research, it must be emphasized that, if the reign of the Mughal rulers has been studied in detail, it is mainly in the imperial context, namely from the centres of power they had created and developed in northern India … Dr Naz has shifted the focus, producing an innovative perspective on how the Mughals exercised power in territories relatively far from the imperial centres, but above all she reveals the leading role they played in developing historiography through the spread of several literary genres. Thus, Dr Naz’s work renews the field of Mughal studies, but at the same time, it is much more than that. -- Michel Boivin
Kingdoms of Memory, Empires of Ink: the Veda and the regional print cultures of colonial India. Kingdoms of Memory, Empires of Ink: the Veda and the regional print cultures of colonial India. Galewicz, Cezary 302p Jagiellonian U.P. 2020 9,240円 Vedas -- Publication and distribution -- India -- History -- 19th century The backbone of this book on books is a history of a most unusual concept of the book that developed in South Asia with reference to the Veda... By the 19th century, regional cultures of print showed an uneven and spatially discontinuous development across the Indian subcontinent. They variously fed on regional patterns of communication, configurations of power, patronage, and a new economic regime. Their development formed part of tremendous transformations in the structures of power, statecraft, authority, and communication that the subcontinent was going through while being gradually absorbed into the globalizing orbit of the emerging British Empire. The period witnessed a general shift of knowledge-production sites and relocation of distribution and text-circulation networks towards new urban centres.... This book tries to understand how the emerging regional cultures of print created conditions for, inspired, and accommodated differently configured projects of bringing out printed editions of Vedic texts while leaving distinct traces of their respective nature on their editorial principles, book format, typographic form, and publishing ideology.
History of Sanskrit Poetics. History of Sanskrit Poetics. Kane, P.V. xii,446p Motilal 2019 repr. 4,138円 Sanskrit poetry -- History and criticism History of Sanskrit poetics/ Kāṇe, Pāṇḍuraṅga Vāmana, 1880-1972 Includes some notes and quotations in Sanskrit in Devanāgarī characters. "Index of authors and works on Sanskrit poetics": p. [397]-446
Epics, khilas, and Purān̥as-- continuities and ruptures Epics, khilas, and Purān̥as-- continuities and ruptures Koskikallio, Petteri (ed.) xxviii,660p Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts/ Dev Publishers 2020(05) 12,799円 Puranas -- Epic literature, Sanskrit -- History and criticism -- Congresses The Third Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit epics and purāṇas continued the work and exchange of ideas of a growing group of scholars from all over the world on the topics connected with the Sanskrit epic and purāṇic subjects. This time the Harivaṃśa was selected as one of its focuses, and therefore these proceedings contain six contributions on the Harivaṃśa, eight on the purāṇas, and nine on the Sanskrit epics, which can be considered a rather balanced result. the papers address the questions about continuities and ruptures between the Vedas and the epics, between different layers of the Sanskrit epics, between the Mahābhārata and the Harivaṃśa, between the epics, their khilas and the purāṇas, and between different stages of the purāṇic tradition. The contributions are written by prominent scholars working on Vedic, Sanskrit epic and purāṇic projects, and display a select, but representative, image of the state of the art, of important new results and of challenging open questions, in these crucial fields of Sanskrit scholarship.
Vedic Roots, Epic Trunks, Purāṇic Foliage Vedic Roots, Epic Trunks, Purāṇic Foliage Andrijanic, Ivan & Sven Selmer (ed.) xxiii,403p Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts/ Dev Publishers 2023 9,380円 Epic literature, Sanskrit -- Mahābhārata -- Vālmīki. Rāmāyaṇa -- Puranas -- History and criticism -- Congresses This volume of the DICSEP publications contains ten papers. Five of them are concerned with the Mahābhārata, two with the Rāmāyaṇa, two with the Purāṇas, and one with the Mahābhārata and some Purāṇas
Alamkāra-Kaustubha: the jewel of poetics. Alamkāra-Kaustubha: the jewel of poetics. Kavi Karṇapūra, 1524?- 1034p Rasbihari Lal & Sons 2017 6,740円 Sanskrit poetry -- History and criticism -- Early works to 1800 Alankāra-kaustubha is a treatise on poetical theory. Kavi Karnapūra shows that he deserves a place among the greatest of the greats. This masterpiece is a thorough exposition that not only encompasses the theory in Rūpa Gosvāmī's Ujjvala-nīlamani and Bhakti-rasāmrta-sindhu but also covers all other aspects of poetical rhetoric. Kavi Karnapūra amazes at every step by his learning and creativity. Viśvanātha Cakravartī's commentary is included here. English and Sanskrit (Sanskrit in Devanagari and Latin)
Around Abhinavagupta. Aspects of the Intellectual History of Kashmir from the Ninth to the Eleventh Century. Around Abhinavagupta. Aspects of the Intellectual History of Kashmir from the Ninth to the Eleventh Century. Franco, Eli & Isabelle Ratié (ed.) xix,663p Dev Publishers 2022(16) 14,460円 Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- Intellectual life -- History -- Philosophy Famous Kashmirian medieval intellectual and Saiva religious polymath Abhinavagupta (fl. ca. 975-1025) is the lens through which historians explore the historical, social, artistic, religious, and philosophical milieu in which he lived and wrote. Their topics include Tantric scriptures in the rNying ma rgyed 'bum believed to have been transmitted to Tibet by Kashmiris: a preliminary survey, elements of ritual speculation in the Abhinavabharati: Abhinavagupta on the visible and invisible purposes of the Purvaranga, a note on the sankhya theory of causation in Utpaladeva's Isvarasiddhi, and Laksanam Aparyalocitabhidhanam--Sobhakara's resistance to Ruyyaka. The 19 essays are from a June 2013 international conference in Leipzig
Indian kāvya literature / Vol. 7, The wheel of time Indian kāvya literature / Vol. 7, The wheel of time Warder, A.K. 2 vols. Motilal 2004 11,140円 Sanskrit literature -- History and criticism This volume on the twelfth and thirteenth centuries starts with Vidyakara`s retrospect over anonymous poets (named ones having mostly found their places in earlier volumes). After some smaller anthologies a few novels and Mankhaka`s mythological epic we come to a historical epic. History is the most substantial source of matter for literature in the volume. pt. 1 Ch. L: Lyric and Fiction at the Beginning of the +12 LI: The Epic Tradition LII: The NJaina Theatre LIII: Harsa (II) and his robable Contemporaries LIV: Vatsaraja: Drama at the Beginningh of the +13 pt. 2 LV: Epic and Drama in the Time of Vastupala LVI: Ceylon and Krnataka in the +13 LVII: Late +134 Drama; Haricandra (ii(, the Simhaśanadvatrimsika
Poems on Life and Love in Ancient India : Hāla's Sattasaī Poems on Life and Love in Ancient India : Hāla's Sattasaī Khoroche, Peter & Tieken, Herman (tr. & intro.) 212p Motilal 2022(14) 2,440円 Hāla -- Love poetry -- Prakrit -- Translations into English Annotation The oldest surviving anthology of lyric poems from India, the Sattasai presents the many aspects of love and provides a realistic counterpart to the Kamasutra
Seeking History through Her Source: South of the Vindhyas Seeking History through Her Source: South of the Vindhyas Sen, Aloka Parasher 268p illus. Orient BlackSwan 2022 5,640円 Deccan (India) -- Historiography -- Sanskrit literature In the late twentieth century, the scope of history writing has expanded beyond textual sources to include additional sources such as literature, coins, art, and architecture. Meanwhile, history writing on ancient India continues to be burdened by an Indological discourse, which takes ‘India’ as a monolithic whole and interprets sources in ways that contribute to a pan-Indian meta-narrative. Sources which are fragmentary in nature, or located far from the so-called centres of civilisation, are relegated to the footnotes and margins, merely as tools of corroboration.

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