Kamtapur An Unexplored History Of Eastern India (650-1498)

Sailendeb Nath

ISBN: 9788193019078, 8193019075

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Title: Kamtapur An Unexplored History Of Eastern India (650-1498)

Author: Sailendeb Nath

ISBN 13: 9788193019078

ISBN 10: 8193019075

Year: 2015

Language: English

Pages etc.: 294p., crown

Binding: Hardbound

Kamatapur: An Unexplored History of Eastern India (650-1498)’ is the first book and first writing on the History of Kamatapur (Kamta kingdom) and on Kamatapur. As it is the first effort to bind facts together to give a shape to understand what Kamatapur was or what the History of Kamatapur is, those who want to know about Kamatapur will love and like this book.

We have been able to attain strong market goodwill as a trusted organization engaged in publishing and supplying Kamatapur An Unexplored History of Eastern India. We print the book at our own publishing house. It is the first book and first writing on the history of Kamatapur (Kamta kingdom) and on Kamatapur. As it is the first effort to bind facts together to give a shape to understand what Kamatapur was or what the history of Kamatapur is. Those who want to know about Kamatapur will love and like this book. We offer Kamatapur An Unexplored History of Eastern India at affordable prices. 

'Kamatapur: An Unexplored History of Eastern India (650-1498)â€â„¢ is the first book and first writing on the history of Kamatapur (Kamta kingdom) and on Kamatapur. As it is the first effort to bind facts together to give a shape to understand what Kamatapur was or what the history of Kamatapur is, those who want to know about Kamatapur will love and like this book. Devoid of historical knowledge, we miss the linkage with the past, with our civilizational roots, political and social legacy and cultural heritage; therefore, while living for generations in the historical-geographical location ofancient Kamatapur or Kamta (Kamata) kingdom in the Tista-Brhmaputra valley, the people of the area comprising ancient Kamatapur must not, should not and can not ignore the history of Kamatapur. We have to learn what Kamatapurwas and Kamatapur stood for; after all, it is to fill up and save our memory ofthe past appertaining to Kamatapur.

Sailen Debnath, M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor and Head of the Department of History, Alipurduar College, has been engrossed in the studies of the history of ideas and intellectual history of India and Europe as well as of the history of Bengal and North Bengal for the last twenty-five years. He has authored pioneering books namely (1) 'The Meanings of Hindu Gods, Goddesses and Myths', (Rupa & Co, New Delhi.); (2) â€ËœSecularism: Western and lndianâ€â„¢, (Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi); (3) â€ËœNetaji Subhas Chandra Bose: His Philosophy, Political Thought and Contributionâ€â„¢ (Abhijeet Publications, New Delhi); (4) â€ËœHuman Rights in the Context of Caste, Class and Gender in Indiaâ€â„¢ (Abhijeet Publications, New Delhi); (5) â€ËœThe Dooars in Historical Transitionâ€â„¢, (NL Publications); (6) â€ËœEssays on Cultural History of North Bengalâ€â„¢, (NL Publications), (7) â€ËœWest Bengal in Doldrumsâ€â„¢, (NL Publications), including an edited book, â€ËœSocial and Political Tensions in North Bengal Since 1947â€â„¢.

 

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