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Vriksh Lagaye: Grahon Ko Apne Anukool Banaye: Super Effective Ancient Remedies for Planets Which Costs You Nothing and Helps You to Live Life You Love.

Vriksh Lagaye: Grahon Ko Apne Anukool Banaye: Super Effective Ancient Remedies for Planets Which Costs You Nothing and Helps You to Live Life You Love.

Today, everyone on earth is afraid, upset and over strung for one or the other reason. Human being betakes of worship, astrology, home-peace, etc. to address these problems. Because including flora, the entire world and including planets, the entire solar system is a part of nature, therefore, we have unbreakable relationship with trees and planets. There is a detailed and clear description of these facts in the present book, 'Vriksh Lagaye Grahon Ko Apne Anukool Banaye'. This book will tell you that how you can gain prosperity and unworldly pleasure by planting tree of your sign. By reading this book, you can learn on your own that which plant is favourable to you and which is not and also learn how to calm the unfavourable planets.

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Textbook of Environmental Studies for Undergraduate Courses

The field of Environmental Studies is getting a lot of attention in contemporary times. More and more students are keen on pursuing a career in this field. This book has been designed for such students who are at an undergraduatelevel, and are looking for a book that provides them with information in a concise format.

The first edition of this book was printed by UGC on getting direction from the Supreme Court of India. This is the second edition of this book, and has put into place improvements based on the feedback given by faculty and students. This version is supposed to be more user-friendly and concise.

The book strictly follows the guidelines laid down by UGC. It has many case studies, ample photographs and illustrations, which makes the subject very interesting. Teachers, too, will find this book easy to teach and very helpful. The book attempts to clarify all the important concepts in Arts, Science, Engineering and Commerce pertaining to the environment.

The Unit 8 of this book focuses only on fieldwork that can be undertaken by the student. The flowcharts in this book have been well-designed and help in clearing up the concepts even further.

The main theme of the book is to show restrain when it comes to living things and it goes a step forwards by suggesting solution to problems faced on a day to day basis.

Every chapter has questions at the end which the student can attempt to test his learning levels with.

Nature and the Orient: The Environmental History of South and Southeast Asia (Oxford India Paperbacks)

Nature and the Orient: The Environmental History of South and Southeast Asia (Oxford India Paperbacks)

Discussing diverse aspects of the environmental history of South and Southeast Asia, from a variety of perspectives, it brings together leading experts from the fields of history, history of science, archaeology, geography and environmental studies, and covers a time span from 50,000 BC to the present. Spanning a geographical region from Peshawar on the North-West Frontier to the Maluku Islands in eastern Indonesia, this book tells the story of the highly complex relationship between people and their environment. Among a multitude of subjects it reports on the latest findings in settlement archaeology, the history of deforestation, climate change, the history of fishing, hunting and shikar, colonial science and forest management, indigenous plant knowledge, the history of famine, the impact of coalmining and the tragic story of India's tragic story of India's tribal communities.

A Trunk Full of Tales

A Trunk Full of Tales

Most children learn about the facts of life from birds and bees. The author’s wisdom in this crucial area came from hearing about the private lives of elephants, of which his family owned seventeen. D. K. Lahiri Choudhury grew up in Mymensingh district, now in Bangladesh, inhabiting a near mythic feudal world of household elephants, shikar, Indian classical music and good food. The partition of the country ended this lifestyle, but not his obsession with elephants. Over seventy years, he has trawled the forests of Lower Assam, Barak Valley, West Bengal, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Orissa, as well as Uttaranchal, Mudumalai, Bandipur and Periyar in quest of the elephant. All this makes A Trunk Full of Tales unique: a wildlife memoir peppered with anecdotes, shot through with humour and irony and always marked with a deep knowledge of elephants. Lahiri Choudhury’s experience with elephants includes tracking them in undivided Assam, penetrating remote areas in chase of declared man-killing rogues. He has surveyed the status and distribution of elephants, studied man–elephant conflict and the problem of managing elephants in the wild. He has journeyed over thousands of miles of hazardous roads, walked through the north-eastern forests of India, learning to read the language of the jungle. His acquaintance with wild elephants, some of them man-killers, was sometimes from as close as a few feet and he narrates his attempts to manage straying herds and killer rogues with wry humour. For those who have wondered where Jim Corbett’s descendants are, here is the answer. This book is in the best tradition of writing about animals, combining storytelling and science.

Shifting Ground: People, Animals and Mobility in India's Environmental History

Shifting Ground: People, Animals and Mobility in India's Environmental History

Environmental history of India has developed as an important field of inquiry in the last twenty-five years. While providing major insights, the existing scholarship has primarily focused on drawing sharp lines of distinction - those between geographical spaces (forest, rivers, farms), people (herders, farmers, townspeople), eras (colonial, post-colonial) and so on. The limitations of these sharp divides are brought to the forefront when there is a critical engagement with the region's contested environmental past. Shifting Ground brings together an array of essays that pose critical questions regarding India's environmental past and the way it has been approached by scholars. From debunking the idea of a primeval, pristine forest cover, to analysing the dynamics that shape human-animal relations, to examining the conflicts created by post-Independence projects of rural development and conservation - this volume touches upon the various aspects of environmental studies and juxtaposes them with social history, history of science and technology and history of trade and culture. Drawing on original case studies the book not only explores the past, but also portrays how its traditions are often invoked to be deployed in contemporary conflicts - those that are often aggravated by the pressures on natural assets created by the recent prosperity and the vaulting aspirations of a rapidly expanding Indian middle class.

Key Features:

  • Emerging research areas in India's environmental history
  • Covers pre-history to post-independence period
  • Wide array of themes covered
  • Renowned editors and contributors

Nature Culture Imperialism: Essays on the Environmental History of South Asia (Studies in Soc.Eco and Env.Hist)

Nature Culture Imperialism: Essays on the Environmental History of South Asia (Studies in Soc.Eco and Env.Hist)

This volume collects a set of pioneering essays on the environmental history of South Asia from a distinguished international group of historians.

Ecology And Equity: The Use And Abuse of Nature in Contemporary India

Ecology And Equity: The Use And Abuse of Nature in Contemporary India

Ecology and Equity explores a society that is, in ecological terms, the most complex in the world. India's people range from technocrats to hunter-gatherers and its environments from dense forest to wasteland. This book provides the first analytically sophisticated and empirically grounded study of environmental reform in the Third World. Radical both in its interpretation of the crisis in India and in its proposals for ecological reform, Ecology and Equity is essential reading for all concerned with the Third World development and/or the environmental debate.

Wild Himalaya: A Natural History of theGreatest Mountain Range on Earth

Wild Himalaya: A Natural History of theGreatest Mountain Range on Earth

The Himalaya span a distance of roughly 2, 500 kilometres in length and between 350 and 150 kilometres in breadth, rising to a maximum height of almost 9 kilometres above sea level. In wild Himalaya, award-winning author Stephen alter brings alive the greatest mountain range on Earth in all its terrifying beauty, grandeur and complexity. Travelling to all the five countries that the Himalayan range traverses—india, Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal and China— alter braids together on-the-ground reports with a deep understanding and study of the history, Science, Geology, environment, Flora, fauna, myth, folklore, spirituality, climate and human settlements of the region to provide a nuanced and rich portrait of these legendary mountains. Adding colour to the narrative are riveting tales unearthed by the author of some of the range’s most storied peaks—everest or chomolungma, kanchenjunga, Annapurna, dhaulagiri, nanga Parbat and others. The book is divided into eight sections which delve deep into particular aspects of the Himalaya. ‘Orogenesis’ explores the origin, evolution, Geology, Geography and other such core aspects of these mountains; ‘the third pole’ concerns itself with weather, glaciers, wetlands and rivers; ‘Flora himalensis’ details extraordinary Himalayan plants and trees; ‘winged migrants’ goes deep into the world of Himalayan birds and insects; in ‘mountain mammals’ we cross high passes and go above the tree line in search of Brown bears, Blue sheep and snow leopards; ‘ancestral journeys’ takes a close look at human settlement in the Himalaya and stories of origin and migration, both ancient and contemporary; ‘at the edge of beyond’ recounts epic adventures and great mountaineering feats; and, finally, ‘in a thousand ages of the gods’ the author examines the essence of Himalayan art, folklore and mythology as well as enigmatic mysteries such as the existence of the Yeti, along with key questions of conservation. Although there have been hundreds of books and some masterpieces, about one or the other aspect of the Himalaya, not one of them has come close to capturing the incredible complexity and majesty of these mountains. Until now. In wild Himalaya, Stephen alter, who considers himself an endemic species (having spent most of his life in these mountains), gives us the definitive natural history of the greatest mountain range on Earth.

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The Wild Heart of India

"Wild—untamed, hostile, remote. Yet, wild can be gentle, welcoming, and inspiring, too. This is the wild that preoccupies biologist Shankar Raman as he writes about trees and bamboos, hornbills and elephants, leopards and myriad other species. Species found not just out there in far wildernesses—from the Thar desert to the Kalakad rainforests, from Narcondam Island to Namdapha—but amid us, in gardens and cities, in farms, along roadsides. And he writes about the forces that gouge land and disfigure landscapes, rip trees and shred forests, pollute rivers and contaminate the air, slaughter animals along roads and rail tracks—impelling a motivation to care, and to conserve nature.
Through this collection of essays, Shankar Raman attempts to blur, if not dispel, the sharp separation between humans and nature, to lead you to discover that the wild heart of India beats in your chest, too."

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