Books Published
Following are the important publications brought out by the Foundation so far:

14.
   
GUJJARS of JAMMU AND KASHMIR
By Prof. K. Warikoo

Bhopal, 2001, 317pp.

Content

1. Gujjars: A Historical Perspective,
Rana Ali Hasan Chouhan
1-42
     
2. The Origin of Gujjars,
R. P. Khatana
43-75
     
3. Sho’tha Rust’Haveli’s Hero and Heroine,
R. P. Khatana
76-83
     
4. The Gujjars Over the Centuries,
Masud Choudhary
84-91
     
5. Gojri and its Relationship with Rajasthani,
J. C. Sharma
92-123
     
6. On the Development of Gojri,
Omkar N. Kaul
124-134
     
7. Evolution of Gojri,
Rafique Anjum
135-144
     
8. Spatial Settings,
Abdul Karim Bajran
145-152
     
9. Nomadic Routes in Jammu and Kashmir,
Bansi Dhar
153-170
     
10. Gujjars of Siwaliks: Seasonal Mobility to Sedentarisation,
R.S. Negi
171-175
     
11. Tribal Gujjars of Jammu and Kashmir,
K. Warikoo
176-205
     
12. Quest for Gujar Identity,
Balraj Puri
206-210
     
13. Travails of the Gujjars,
Hari Om
211-236
     
14. The Nomadic Gujjars: Love, Family Honour and the Community,
Pervez Dewan
237-244
     
15. Gujjars of Kashmir Valley: Habitat and Lifestyle,
Naeem Akhtar
245-252
     
16. Gujjars and Bakarwals of Jammu and Kashmir: A Case Study of Rajouri,
Bupinder Zutshi
253-285
     
17. Gujjar-Bakarwals of Jammu and Kashmir: Problems of Socialisation and Education, M.L. Raina 286-296
     
  Appendices 297-306
     
  Index 307-317
     

15.
 
BAMIYAN : CHALLENGE TO WORLD HERITAGE
Edited by Prof. K. Warikoo

New Delhi, Bhavana Books and Prints, 2002. xvii, 313pp. 61 photos

Content

1. Bamiyan and the Buddhist Art of Colossi
Lokesh Chandra
0-10
     
2. Bamiyan in an Art Historical Perspective
Subhashini Aryan
11-32
     
3. The Meaning and Function of Bamiyan in the 7th-8th Centuries,
Deborah Klimburg Salter
33-39
     
4. Buddhist Heritage of Central Asia: Problems of Study and Conservation,
Valentina Goryacheva
40-56
     
5. Religio-cultural links of Afghanistan and Western Himalaya,
O.C. Handa
57-74
     
6. Looking Back in Time : Historical, Cultural and Artistic Links between Ancient Kashmir and Afghanistan,
S.S. Toshkhani
75-88
     
7. Ambaran- A Gandharan Outpost in Shivaliks,
Lalit Gupta
89-94
     
8. Buddhist Art from the Northwest to the Far East,
Shashibala
95-103
     
9. World Heritage and Culture of Peace and Harmony,
D.S. Uchida
104-111
     
10. Bamiyan Demolition,
Sumana Siri
112-121
     
11. The Bamiyan Buddhas, the Taliban and Islam,
Kalim Bahadur
122-141
     
12. Religion and Politics in Afghanistan: The Role of Taliban Regime
Smruti S. Pattanaik
142-149
     
13. Preservation and Restoration of Buddha Colossi at Bamiyan in Afghanistan by India,
R. Sengupta
150-155
     
14.. UNESCO's Response to the Destruction of the Statues in Bamiyan,
Christian Manhart
156-163
     
15. Protection and Restitution of Afghan Cultural Heritage in the Framework of the Afghanistan-Museum in Exile,
Paul Bucherer Dietschi
164-183
     
16. Cultural Preservation and the Challenge of Globalization,
Richard Mac Phail
184-195
     
17. The Tragedy of Bamiyan: Necessity and Limits of the Dialogue of Religions and Cultures,
M. Darrol Bryant
196-225
     
18. Bamiyan Buddhas and International Law,
V.S. Mani
226-229
     
19. The Buddhas of Bamiyan and Beyond: The Quest for an Effective Protection of Cultural Property,
Juliette van Krieken-Pieters
230
     
20. Appendices  
     

16.
 
THE AFGHANISTAN CRISIS : ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES
Edited by Prof. K. Warikoo


Content

1. Afghanistan and India: Historico-Cultural Perspective,
Lokesh Chandra
0-15
     
2. Ethnicity and Politics in Afghanistan Manmath,
Narayan Singh
16-46
     
3. Afghanistan and the Quest for Central Asian Resources,
Frederic Grare
47-61
     
4. The Afghan Conundrum: Light Weapons and State Collapse,
Ajay Darshan Behera
62-82
     
5. Refugee Situation in Afghanistan,
Yehya Maroofi
83-98
     
6. Position of Women in Afghanistan,
Arpita Basu Roy
99-117
     
7. The Taliban View of Jihad and the Islamic Precepts,
Sultan Shahin
118-134
     
8. The Taliban Phenomenon and the Security Environment,
Afsir Karim
135-143
     
9. The Pakistan-Afghanistan Cauldron: The Global Perspective,
Vinod Saighal
144-159
     
10. Afghanistan: Source of Religious Extremism and Terrorism for Central Asia,
A. A. Knyazev
160-184
     
11. The Taliban Phenomenon: Regional Security Implications for Central Asia,
Leonid Kusmenovich Bakayev
185-198
     
12. Afghanistan Problem: Russian and Central Asian Response,
Devendra Kaushik
199-210
     
13. Afghanistan and Cross-border Terrorism in the CIS,
Mahendra Ved
211-230
     
14.. An International Approach to Afghanistan’s Future,
Marvin Weinbaum
231-244
     
15. The Role of Outside Actors in Afghanistan,
Amin Saikal
245-255
     
16. Confronting Creeping Invasions: Afghanistan, the UN and the World Community,
William Maley
256-274
     
17. Taliban and External Powers,
Sreedhar
275-289
     
18. United States, Taliban and Crisis in Afghanistan,
B.K. Srivastava
290-309
     
19. United Nations and the Afghanistan situation: The Taliban Era,
C.S.R. Murthy
310-332
     
20. Pakistan’s Policy in Afghanistan,
Kalim Bahadur
333-350
     
21. Pakistan-Afghan Relations, 1994-2000,
Mutahir Ahmed
351-381
     
22. Shadow of Afghanistan over Kashmir,
K. Warikoo
382-391
     
23.. China’s Afghan Policy: Limitations versus Leverages,
Swaran Singh
392-405
     
24. Iran and Afghanistan: Conflict of Strategic Interest and Perception,
Smruti S. Pattanaik
406
     
25. Osama bin Laden, International Terrorism and Afghanistan,
Savita Pandey
 
     

17.
 
MONGOLIA - INDIA RELATIONS
By Oidov Nyamdavaa

New Delhi, Bhavana Books & Prints, 2003, 228pp.

Content

1
1. Historical Contacts 1
  (a) Hungnu-India 1
    (i) The Hunas 4
    (ii) Impact of Hunas' Invasion 5
  (b) Post-Chinggis Khan Period and India 6
  (c) Mongol Edifices and their Importance 8
    (i) Mongolpuri in New Delhi 8
    (ii) Siri Fort and Chor Minar in New Delhi 10
  (d) Tracing the Meaning of Mughal 11
     
2. Buddhist Ties 14
  (a) Spread of Buddhism in Mongolia 14
  (b) Buddhist Influence on Mongolia 19
     
3. Culture and Literary Links 21
     
4. Traditional Medicine Link 29
     
5. Mongols in India and their Spatial Pattern 30
     
6. Linguistic Affinities 33
     
43
1. Mongolia's Foreign Relations: An Overview 43
     
2. Mongolia's New Foreign Policy Perspectives and Initiatives 46
     
3. Mongolia-India Ties 50
    (i) The Establishment of Diplomatic Relations 58
    (ii) Broadening Political Relations (1970-1990) 61
    (iii) Enhanced Co-operation (1991-2002) 66
     
4. Mongolia and India - Spiritual Neighbours 72
     
 
1. Economic Situation in Mongolia 79
  (a) Foreign Participation in Key Sectors 83
     
2. Potential for Economic Development and Cooperation 83
     
3. Mongolia-India Development Cooperation and Partnership 97
     
4. The Jont Efforts to Promote and Encourage Mongolian-Indian Trade and Economic Cooperation Since 1990s 105
     
5. Indian Consortium to build Mongolian Highway 109
     
114
1. Cultural Exchange 114
     
2. Enrichment of Literary Links 119
     
3. Present situation of Buddhism in Mongolia
Conclusion
127
     
  Appendices 131
     
  Genealogy of the Mongols  
     
  Bibliography  
     
  Index  
     
   

18.
 
CHILD LABOUR REHABILITATION IN INDIA
Edited by Dr. B. Zutshi and Dr. M. Dutta


Content

1. Child Labour: A Resume,
L. Mishra
   
2. Child Labour: Contemporary Realities,
M.N. Venkatachaliah
   
3. Child Labour Issues and Rehabilitation: A Thematic Presentation,
Kailash Satyarthi
   
4. Approaches Towards Combating Child Labour,
C.J. George, Terre Des Hommes
   
5. Conceptual Narratives in Human Rights of the Child Discourse in Developing Countries,
I.P. Massey
   
6. Magnitude of Child Labour with Special REference to Girl Child: An Indian Scenario,
Mondira Dutta
   
7. Primary Education to Eradicate Child Labour,
P. D. Mathews S. J.
   
8. Child Labour and the Interpretation of Article 45 of the Indian Constitution,
R. M. Pal
   
9. Child Labour Rehabilitation and Non-Formal Education,
P.Das Gupta
   
10. Child Labour: NGOs Experiences,
Ramakant Rai and Kuldeep Narain Maurya
   
11. A Strategy for Rehabilitation of Working Children in Carpet Industry in Uttar Pradesh, India.
Robin Garland and David Rangpal
   
12. An Overview of International Programme on Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) Programmes in India.
R.K. Khurana
   
13. Reha Programmes and Issues on the Rehabilitation of the Carpet Children,
Geeta Singh
   
14. Alternative Learning a Child Child-Responsive and Community, Bhadhoi-Mirzapur Experiences,
The UNICEF Approach: Bal Adhikar Pariyojana
   
15. RUGMARK: Campaign against Child Labour,
S. Sondhi
   
16. Child Labour Rehabilitation Programmes: Experiences of PEACE TRUST, Tamil Nadu.
J. Paul Baskar
   
17. Overview of Carpet export promotion Council,
T.S. Chadha
   
18. Impact of Rehabilitation Programmes on Child Labour,
Helen R. Sekar
   
19. Child Labour Rehabilitation in India: A Case Study of Mirzapur-Bhadhoi Carpet Weaving Belt,
Bupinder Zutshi
   
20. Appendix: Recommendations for Rehabilitation of released Children from work
Index
   
 
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