India and Central Asia: Classical to Contemporary Periods

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Concept Publishing Company, 2007 - Asia, Central - 318 pages
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The volume is the collection of the papers contributed in the International Seminar on India and Central Asia: Classical to Contemporary Periods and some papers published in the Quarterly Dialogue of the Astha Bharati, Delhi.
 

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Contents

Links and Interactions
3
Notes on Central Asian Buddhist Iconography
34
Historical and Cultural Relations between Kazhakhstan
43
Hindu Gods in Western Central Asia
57
Religious Cultural and Artistic Links between Ancient
63
Cultural Relations in Middle Ages
78
An Overview
91
IndoUzbek Literary and Linguistic Relations
111
Politics of Oil and Natural Gas in Central AsiaConflicts
156
An Appraisal of Indias
172
Tulips have Different Hews
190
Central Asia after Collapse of USSR and Islamic
211
A Case Study
226
Perspective of Economic Development in Uzbekistan
247
Basic Directions and Mechanisms in the Formation of
273
Scientific and Cultural Cooperation Development
295

Political System and Democratic Discourse
123
the Aftermath of 11th September
134
An Indian View
143
Inaugural AddressNajma Heptulla
301
Index
308
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