Subscribe for Newsletters and Discounts
Be the first to receive our thoughtfully written
religious articles and product discounts.
Your interests (Optional)
This will help us make recommendations and send discounts and sale information at times.
By registering, you may receive account related information, our email newsletters and product updates, no more than twice a month. Please read our Privacy Policy for details.
.
By subscribing, you will receive our email newsletters and product updates, no more than twice a month. All emails will be sent by Exotic India using the email address info@exoticindia.com.

Please read our Privacy Policy for details.
|6
Sign In  |  Sign up
Your Cart (0)
Best Deals
Share our website with your friends.
Email this page to a friend
Books > History > Cultural Parallels: India and Iran
Subscribe to our newsletter and discounts
Cultural Parallels: India and Iran
Cultural Parallels: India and Iran
Description
About the Book

Resemblance creates affinity, but once we probe into the likenesses, the subtle differences in identities stand clarified. True parallels among cultures do not appear by sheer coincidence; they exist more probably due to a common origin , or a similar course of historical development , or like goals, of the analogous cultures. The attempt to seek out the commonalities and features of similitude between tow compared civilizations dominates the attention of the historian. But it is a pleasant task to ascertain the ‘notes of harmony’ and check out the discordant notes from the symphony. On one plane, it generates better social understanding; and on another plane, the realization of common elements in experiences of different peoples, awakens to the laws of eternal truth. The task of the historian-that seeking of truth, thus, stands fulfilled with such studies.

The book is the second in the series of the publications of For a for Indo-Iranian Studies (FIIRST0, and academic association dedicated to furtherance of this discipline. The first publication entitled Dialogues between Cultures: India and Iran was awarded the World Prize for the Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran 2006.

The present volume shall also make a great contribution to Indo-Iranian Studies.

 

About the Author

Atul Kumar Sinha(born 1955) is Professor in the Department of Ancient History and Culture, and Dean, Faculty of Advanced Social Sciences, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly (India). He specializes in the History of Ideas and Historiography, and Possesses interest in Indo-Iranian studies. He is the joint recipient of the World Prize for the Boook of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 2006 for the volume, Dialogues Between Culture: Indian and Iran.

He has to his credit more than 60 research publications including thirteen authored and edited volumes. He has participated in more than 50 international and national conferences and seminars, including the international colloquium on Thucydides at Athens and the international conference at the Academy of Art, Tehran.

He is the President of the For a for Indo-Iranian Studies (First), the secretary of the Indian Society for Greek and Roman Studies (ISGARS), and the President , Uttar Pradesh History Congress(UPHC).

Abhay Kumar Singh (born 1960) teaches it the Department of Ancient History and Culture, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, BAeilly (India), since 1993. He also served as Professor of Ancient History in the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong , for a brief tenure. He specializes in the History of Ancient Indian contacts with the Persian and Greco-Bactrian region.

He has to his credit 27 research publications including one authored book and many edited volumes. Recently, he has been the joint recipient of the World Prize for the Book of the Year of the Islamic Republlic of Iran, 2006 from His Excellency, the President of Iran for the work, Dialogues Between Cultures: India and Iran. He has been the recipient of the Indian History Congress Prize (2004), and Professor I.G. Khan Memorial Prize (2006).

He has participated in more than 30 international and national conferences and seminars. He was invited in the UNESCO sponsored International colloquium on Afghanistan held at Montpellier (France). He presented papers in different seminars at the Academy of Art, Tehran and Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, and has also delivered invitation lecture at the Iranian Cultural Heritage Organisation, Tehran.

He is an elected Fellow of the Royal Numismatic Society, (British Museum, London), Secreatory of the Fora for Indo-Iranian Studies (FIIRST), the Treasurer of the Indian Society for Greek and Roman Studies (ISGARS), and the Life-Member, Uttar Pradesh History Congress (UPHC).He has been awarded the Associate ship of the India Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla.

 

Contents

 

  Editor's Note 9
  Contributors 11
  Inaugural Address 13
  Keynote Address 15
  Presidential Address 21
1 Nuzi and Bmac Sideligts on Indo- Iranian Cultural Parallels 37
2 Indo-Iraninan Relations in the Antiquity: Some Observations 53
3 Parallels in Prehisotric Cultures of Iran and India 69
4 Vedic Asura-Varuna vis-à-vis Avestan Ahura Mazda:Some Observations 77
5 Concept of Vedic Rta and Its Iraninan Parallel Asha Sushma Srivastava 90
6 Indo-Iraninan Relations in Proto-History and the Controversy on the Indo-Aryan Migrations from the Indo-Iranian Common Land 97
7 Some Common Elements in Indian and Iranian Culture 108
8 Non-Violence in the Ethics of Zarathushtra and Buddha 113
9 Intercultural Communication: A Semiotic Approach Farzan Sojoodi 125
10 Some Parallels Between India and Iranian Terms 134
11 Drama of Salvation: Analytical Review of Kalidasa's Shakuntala 144
12 From Darius to Rudradaman:An Epigraphic Journey Abhay Kumar Singh 153
13 Bull Symbol in Ancient Iranian and Indian Art 170
14 Winged Lion Motif in the Art of Early India and Iran 174
15 The Apandana Courtyard and Its Indian Parallesls Akshat Kaushik and Garima Kaushik 187
16 Social Milieu in the Regveda and the Avesta 195
17 Parallels in Social Hierachy Between India and Iran Pranav Kumar Srivastava 198
18 Indo-Iranian Socio-Culture Relations at Past, Present and Future (With Special Reference to Architecture of Mughals' or Gourkanids'Period) 205
19 Iranian Elite Culture and Indian Subcontient: The Family of Qazi Hamid -ud-Din Naguri in Jaunpur and Salon(Awadhi\) 216
20 The First Indian Shia Mujtahid of Awadh: Sayyid Dildar Ali, Ghufran Ma'ab 231
21 Indian and Iran: Areas of Co-operation (1947-2005) 245
22 Indo -Iranian Caravan Must Move On Subodh Dhawan 254
23 Future Prospective of Indo-Iranian Cultural Parallels 262
24 The Goddess Tradition: Ancient Indian and Iran 268

Sample Pages

















Cultural Parallels: India and Iran

Deal 20% Off
Item Code:
NAF590
Cover:
Hardcover
Edition:
2011
ISBN:
9788179751749
Language:
English
Size:
9.0 Inch x 6.0 inch
Pages:
274 (16 B/W Illustrations)
Other Details:
Weight of the book: 490 gms
Price:
$36.00
Discounted:
$28.80   Shipping Free
You Save:
$7.20 (20%)
Be the first to rate this product
Add to Wishlist
Send as e-card
Send as free online greeting card
Cultural Parallels: India and Iran
From:
Edit     
You will be informed as and when your card is viewed. Please note that your card will be active in the system for 30 days.

Viewed 4455 times since 15th Mar, 2016
About the Book

Resemblance creates affinity, but once we probe into the likenesses, the subtle differences in identities stand clarified. True parallels among cultures do not appear by sheer coincidence; they exist more probably due to a common origin , or a similar course of historical development , or like goals, of the analogous cultures. The attempt to seek out the commonalities and features of similitude between tow compared civilizations dominates the attention of the historian. But it is a pleasant task to ascertain the ‘notes of harmony’ and check out the discordant notes from the symphony. On one plane, it generates better social understanding; and on another plane, the realization of common elements in experiences of different peoples, awakens to the laws of eternal truth. The task of the historian-that seeking of truth, thus, stands fulfilled with such studies.

The book is the second in the series of the publications of For a for Indo-Iranian Studies (FIIRST0, and academic association dedicated to furtherance of this discipline. The first publication entitled Dialogues between Cultures: India and Iran was awarded the World Prize for the Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran 2006.

The present volume shall also make a great contribution to Indo-Iranian Studies.

 

About the Author

Atul Kumar Sinha(born 1955) is Professor in the Department of Ancient History and Culture, and Dean, Faculty of Advanced Social Sciences, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly (India). He specializes in the History of Ideas and Historiography, and Possesses interest in Indo-Iranian studies. He is the joint recipient of the World Prize for the Boook of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 2006 for the volume, Dialogues Between Culture: Indian and Iran.

He has to his credit more than 60 research publications including thirteen authored and edited volumes. He has participated in more than 50 international and national conferences and seminars, including the international colloquium on Thucydides at Athens and the international conference at the Academy of Art, Tehran.

He is the President of the For a for Indo-Iranian Studies (First), the secretary of the Indian Society for Greek and Roman Studies (ISGARS), and the President , Uttar Pradesh History Congress(UPHC).

Abhay Kumar Singh (born 1960) teaches it the Department of Ancient History and Culture, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, BAeilly (India), since 1993. He also served as Professor of Ancient History in the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong , for a brief tenure. He specializes in the History of Ancient Indian contacts with the Persian and Greco-Bactrian region.

He has to his credit 27 research publications including one authored book and many edited volumes. Recently, he has been the joint recipient of the World Prize for the Book of the Year of the Islamic Republlic of Iran, 2006 from His Excellency, the President of Iran for the work, Dialogues Between Cultures: India and Iran. He has been the recipient of the Indian History Congress Prize (2004), and Professor I.G. Khan Memorial Prize (2006).

He has participated in more than 30 international and national conferences and seminars. He was invited in the UNESCO sponsored International colloquium on Afghanistan held at Montpellier (France). He presented papers in different seminars at the Academy of Art, Tehran and Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, and has also delivered invitation lecture at the Iranian Cultural Heritage Organisation, Tehran.

He is an elected Fellow of the Royal Numismatic Society, (British Museum, London), Secreatory of the Fora for Indo-Iranian Studies (FIIRST), the Treasurer of the Indian Society for Greek and Roman Studies (ISGARS), and the Life-Member, Uttar Pradesh History Congress (UPHC).He has been awarded the Associate ship of the India Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla.

 

Contents

 

  Editor's Note 9
  Contributors 11
  Inaugural Address 13
  Keynote Address 15
  Presidential Address 21
1 Nuzi and Bmac Sideligts on Indo- Iranian Cultural Parallels 37
2 Indo-Iraninan Relations in the Antiquity: Some Observations 53
3 Parallels in Prehisotric Cultures of Iran and India 69
4 Vedic Asura-Varuna vis-à-vis Avestan Ahura Mazda:Some Observations 77
5 Concept of Vedic Rta and Its Iraninan Parallel Asha Sushma Srivastava 90
6 Indo-Iraninan Relations in Proto-History and the Controversy on the Indo-Aryan Migrations from the Indo-Iranian Common Land 97
7 Some Common Elements in Indian and Iranian Culture 108
8 Non-Violence in the Ethics of Zarathushtra and Buddha 113
9 Intercultural Communication: A Semiotic Approach Farzan Sojoodi 125
10 Some Parallels Between India and Iranian Terms 134
11 Drama of Salvation: Analytical Review of Kalidasa's Shakuntala 144
12 From Darius to Rudradaman:An Epigraphic Journey Abhay Kumar Singh 153
13 Bull Symbol in Ancient Iranian and Indian Art 170
14 Winged Lion Motif in the Art of Early India and Iran 174
15 The Apandana Courtyard and Its Indian Parallesls Akshat Kaushik and Garima Kaushik 187
16 Social Milieu in the Regveda and the Avesta 195
17 Parallels in Social Hierachy Between India and Iran Pranav Kumar Srivastava 198
18 Indo-Iranian Socio-Culture Relations at Past, Present and Future (With Special Reference to Architecture of Mughals' or Gourkanids'Period) 205
19 Iranian Elite Culture and Indian Subcontient: The Family of Qazi Hamid -ud-Din Naguri in Jaunpur and Salon(Awadhi\) 216
20 The First Indian Shia Mujtahid of Awadh: Sayyid Dildar Ali, Ghufran Ma'ab 231
21 Indian and Iran: Areas of Co-operation (1947-2005) 245
22 Indo -Iranian Caravan Must Move On Subodh Dhawan 254
23 Future Prospective of Indo-Iranian Cultural Parallels 262
24 The Goddess Tradition: Ancient Indian and Iran 268

Sample Pages

















Post a Comment
 
Post a Query
For privacy concerns, please view our Privacy Policy
Based on your browsing history
Loading... Please wait

Items Related to Cultural Parallels: India and Iran (History | Books)

The Early Cultural Relations of India and Iran
by G.A. Qamar
Hardcover (Edition: 2011)
Dev Publishers and Distributors
Item Code: NAB903
$62.00
Add to Cart
Buy Now
The Growth of Civilizations in India & Iran
by Iran Habib
Paperback (Edition: 2014)
Tulika Books
Item Code: NAF912
$29.00
SOLD
Mauryan India: A People's History of India - 5
by Irfan Habib & Vivekanand Jha
Paperback (Edition: 2009)
Tulika Books
Item Code: IDE349
$29.00
SOLD
India, Central Asia and Russia (Three Millennia of Contacts)
Deal 20% Off
by D.N. Tripathi
Hardcover (Edition: 2013)
Aryan Books International
Item Code: NAF961
$90.00$72.00
You save: $18.00 (20%)
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Travellers’ India
by H.K Kaul
Paperback (Edition: 2012)
Oxford University Press, New Delhi
Item Code: NAL621
$43.00
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Foreign Notices of South India (From Megasthenes to Mahuan)
by K.A. Nilakanta Sastri
Hardcover (Edition: 2001)
University of Madras
Item Code: NAK015
$31.00
Add to Cart
Buy Now
The Language of Political Islam in India c. 1200-1800
by Muzaffar Alam
Paperback (Edition: 2010)
Permanent Black
Item Code: NAG574
$29.00
Add to Cart
Buy Now
A Cultural History of India
Item Code: IDF960
$31.00
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Testimonials
Thank you guys! I got the book! Your relentless effort to set this order right is much appreciated!!
Utpal, USA
You guys always provide the best customer care. Thank you so much for this.
Devin, USA
On the 4th of January I received the ordered Peacock Bell Lamps in excellent condition. Thank you very much. 
Alexander, Moscow
Gracias por todo, Parvati es preciosa, ya le he recibido.
Joan Carlos, Spain
We received the item in good shape without any damage. It is simply gorgeous. Look forward to more business with you. Thank you.
Sarabjit, USA
Your sculpture is truly beautiful and of inspiring quality!  I wish you continuous great success so that you may always be able to offer such beauty to all people throughout the world! Thank you for caring about your customers as well as the standard of your products.  It is extremely appreciated!! Sending you much love.
Deborah, USA
I’m glad you guys understand my side, well you guys have one of the best international store,  And I will probably continue being pleased costumer Thank you guys so much.
Renato, Brazil
I'm always so appreciative of Exotic India. You have such a terrific website, and great customer service. I wish you all the best, and hope you have a happy new year!
Eric, USA
A Statue was ordered on Dec 22nd and Paid 194.25 including FREE DELIVERY for me as a GIFT for Christmas and they Confirmed that it will be there in 4-5 days but it NEVER arrived till 30th of December and inspite of my various emails they only replied that it is being finished and will be shipped in 24hrs but that was a LIE and no further delivery information was every sent to me. I called and left a message on the phone number listed on their website which is a NY number but no one answered that phone and I left messages but no reply or update on my Statue was sent to me inspite of my daily emails to know the status. I still await this Statue but NO RESPONSIBLE REPLY.
Rita Wason
I got my order today. It was well packed and looks lovely.
Nirmaladevi, USA
Language:
Currency:
All rights reserved. Copyright 2021 © Exotic India