3 edition of New Indian studies by soviet scholars found in the catalog.
New Indian studies by soviet scholars
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[compiled and edited by G. Abramov].|
|Series||Problems of the contemporary world ;, no. 33|
|LC Classifications||DS407 .N47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||78305251|
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Jansen and Michael Kemper 9. Scholars, Advisers and State-Builders: Soviet Afghan Studies in the Light of Present-Day Afghan Development - Anna R. Paterson Part II: Oriental Studies and National Historiography in the Republics In this important new book, Sudha Rajagopalan explores the consumption of Indian popular cinema in post-Stalinist Soviet society.
In doing so, she highlights the enthusiastic response Indian popular films and their stars received from the Soviet audience, as well as the discursive and institutional context in which this consumption occurred from the mid-fifties till the end of the Soviet era In a few studies added new perspectives to that problem.
Kemal had for Indian Muslims Among other topics in the book, debates and competition within the Soviet scholars and as well Indian Films in Soviet Cinemas: The Culture of Movie‐Going after Stalin. Sudha Rajagopalan. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. Between andeach of 50 Indian films drew in over 20 million viewers in the USSR.
Four of these— Awara inBobby inBarood inand Disco Dancer in —crossed the 60 million mark, surpassing audiences for all Drawing upon newly available evidence from China's Foreign Ministry Archive, Shen Zhihua, Dai Chaowu, Li Danhui, Srinath Raghavan, and Roderick MacFarquhar will discuss Sino-Indian relations during the s with a particular focus on the Sino-Indian border clashes in relation to the Sino-Soviet In one volume one can find general as well as specific chapters on various aspects of religion, caste and politics in India.
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£ Mandip Singh* This book is a The Sino-Soviet rift, says William E. Griffith, is the single most significant ideological split since the Reformation in the 16th century. Not merely a matter of a “backyard fight” among the Communist states, the formidable consequences of the cleavage are being mirrored in the foreign policy actions of neutral and Western nations as well.A chronological summary, analysis, and 2 days ago Ghosh shows that early reliance on Soviet-inspired methods of exhaustive enumeration became increasingly untenable in China by the mids.
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