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The Resource India as an organization, Volume one, A strategic risk analysis of ideals, heritage and vision, Dipak Basu, Victoria Miroshnik

India as an organization, Volume one, A strategic risk analysis of ideals, heritage and vision, Dipak Basu, Victoria Miroshnik

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India as an organization, Volume one, A strategic risk analysis of ideals, heritage and vision
Title
India as an organization
Title number
Volume one
Title part
A strategic risk analysis of ideals, heritage and vision
Statement of responsibility
Dipak Basu, Victoria Miroshnik
Title variation
Strategic risk analysis of ideals, heritage and vision
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Author
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eng
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Basu, Dipak R
Dewey number
  • 338.954
  • 330.954
Index
index present
LC call number
  • HC433
  • HB71-74
LC item number
.B37 2017eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1969-
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Miroshnik, Victoria
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  • Ethnology-Asia
  • India
  • India
  • India
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India as an organization, Volume one, A strategic risk analysis of ideals, heritage and vision, Dipak Basu, Victoria Miroshnik
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • India as an Organization: Volume One; Contents; About the Authors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Introduction; 1 Espoused Values and Mission; The Mission and Vision of India as an Organization; Indian Ideal and the Concept of Equality; Indian Ideal and Humanism; Economic Policy according to Kautilya; Indian Ideals and Gandhism; Nature of the Idealistic Foundation; Indian Ideals and Islam; Indian Ideals and Christianity; Historical Origin of Bharat; Advanced Civilization of the Aryans in Chelyabinsk, Russia; Archaeological Details of Arkaim in Chelyabinsk; Saraswati-The Ancient River
  • Neolithic Precursor of the Saraswati Sindhu Valley Civilization: Submerged City in the Gulf of KhambatRelationship with Krishna's Dwarka; Aryan City under the Sea near Japan; Profile of the Undersea Ruins in Okinawa; Historicity of Ramayana; Historical Evidences; Rama as Historical Person; Evidence from the Rama Sethu; Indian Ideal and Internationalism; Marx on History of India; Soviet Historians on India; Indian Values and Globalization; Indian Ideals and the Recent Economic Policy of India; References; References from Internet; 2 Hostile Takeover; Muslim Rule over India
  • Economic Condition of India before the British RuleBritish Rule in India; The Impact of British Rule in India; Destruction of Agriculture; Destruction of Self-Sufficient Rural Economy; De-industrialization of India under the British; Financial Exploitation of India; Man-Made Famines in British India; Bengal Famine of 1943; The Political Economy behind the 1943 Famine in Bengal; Amartya Sen on Bengal Famine of 1943; References; References from Internet; 3 Resistance; "Sepoy Mutiny" as Described by Karl Marx; References; 4 Turning Point
  • Pioneer of Organizational Rejuvenation: Raja Ram Mohan Roy (1772-1833)Internationalism of Tagore (1861-1941); Nationalism of Tagore; Swami Vivekananda and His Romantic Socialism; Revival of Science in India and Jagdish Chandra Bose; References; References from Internet; 5 Plans for Organizational Re-engineering; An India of His Dream; Economic Ideas of Bose; Bose and the Soviet Union; References; References from Internet; 6 Distraction, Confusions, and Hostility; Indian Nationalism and the Muslim Politics; Muslim Objections; Translations of the Song; Ananda Math: Is It Anti-Muslim?
  • Bankim Chandra and Karl Marx: Both Communal Anti-Muslim?Breaking of India and the Role of Iqbal; Mysticism of Iqbal and Nazism; Breaking of India and Jinnah; Definition of Secularism; Muslims and Secularism; Activities of Jinnah; Two-Nation Theory and Jinnah; Jinnah and the Exchange of Population; Jinnah and Destruction of the United India; Gandhi and His Confused World; Gandhi in South Africa; Gandhi's First Satyagraha; Gandhi's Second Satyagraha; Gandhi's Third Satyagraha; Quit India Movement of 1942 Was Not a Satyagraha; Gandhi and Socialism; Gandhi as Empire Loyalist; Gandhi and His Financiers
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India as an organization, Volume one, A strategic risk analysis of ideals, heritage and vision, Dipak Basu, Victoria Miroshnik
Publication
Copyright
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • India as an Organization: Volume One; Contents; About the Authors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Introduction; 1 Espoused Values and Mission; The Mission and Vision of India as an Organization; Indian Ideal and the Concept of Equality; Indian Ideal and Humanism; Economic Policy according to Kautilya; Indian Ideals and Gandhism; Nature of the Idealistic Foundation; Indian Ideals and Islam; Indian Ideals and Christianity; Historical Origin of Bharat; Advanced Civilization of the Aryans in Chelyabinsk, Russia; Archaeological Details of Arkaim in Chelyabinsk; Saraswati-The Ancient River
  • Neolithic Precursor of the Saraswati Sindhu Valley Civilization: Submerged City in the Gulf of KhambatRelationship with Krishna's Dwarka; Aryan City under the Sea near Japan; Profile of the Undersea Ruins in Okinawa; Historicity of Ramayana; Historical Evidences; Rama as Historical Person; Evidence from the Rama Sethu; Indian Ideal and Internationalism; Marx on History of India; Soviet Historians on India; Indian Values and Globalization; Indian Ideals and the Recent Economic Policy of India; References; References from Internet; 2 Hostile Takeover; Muslim Rule over India
  • Economic Condition of India before the British RuleBritish Rule in India; The Impact of British Rule in India; Destruction of Agriculture; Destruction of Self-Sufficient Rural Economy; De-industrialization of India under the British; Financial Exploitation of India; Man-Made Famines in British India; Bengal Famine of 1943; The Political Economy behind the 1943 Famine in Bengal; Amartya Sen on Bengal Famine of 1943; References; References from Internet; 3 Resistance; "Sepoy Mutiny" as Described by Karl Marx; References; 4 Turning Point
  • Pioneer of Organizational Rejuvenation: Raja Ram Mohan Roy (1772-1833)Internationalism of Tagore (1861-1941); Nationalism of Tagore; Swami Vivekananda and His Romantic Socialism; Revival of Science in India and Jagdish Chandra Bose; References; References from Internet; 5 Plans for Organizational Re-engineering; An India of His Dream; Economic Ideas of Bose; Bose and the Soviet Union; References; References from Internet; 6 Distraction, Confusions, and Hostility; Indian Nationalism and the Muslim Politics; Muslim Objections; Translations of the Song; Ananda Math: Is It Anti-Muslim?
  • Bankim Chandra and Karl Marx: Both Communal Anti-Muslim?Breaking of India and the Role of Iqbal; Mysticism of Iqbal and Nazism; Breaking of India and Jinnah; Definition of Secularism; Muslims and Secularism; Activities of Jinnah; Two-Nation Theory and Jinnah; Jinnah and the Exchange of Population; Jinnah and Destruction of the United India; Gandhi and His Confused World; Gandhi in South Africa; Gandhi's First Satyagraha; Gandhi's Second Satyagraha; Gandhi's Third Satyagraha; Quit India Movement of 1942 Was Not a Satyagraha; Gandhi and Socialism; Gandhi as Empire Loyalist; Gandhi and His Financiers
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1 online resource (237 pages)
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9783319533728
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