Rare Books

List of some Rare Books at the Devahuti-Damodar Library

  • The Constitution of India 1949.

    Constitution of India
    Constitution of India
  • A Manual of Buddhism in its Modern Development, Translated from Singhalese manuscript by R Spence Hardy. London , Paridge and Oakey. 1853.
  • The Ideals of Indian Art, E. B. Havell. London , John Murray. 1920.
  • The Ancient and Medieval Archaeology of India , E. B. Havell. London , John Murray. 1915.
  • From the Caves and Jungles of Hindustan , Helena P. Blavatsky. London , Theosophical Pub Soc. 1908.
  • Overland to India , Sven Hedin. London , Macmillan. 1910.

    Rare Books at Manana
    Rare Books at Manana
  • Trans- Himalaya , Sven Hedin. London , Macmillan. 1913.
  • Storia Do Mogor: Or Mogul India 1653-1708, Niccolao Manucci; Translated by William Irvine. 3 Vol. London, John Murray. 1908.
  • Ruins of Desert Cathay , M Aurel Stein. London , Macmillan. 1912.
  • On Yuan Chwang’s Travels India , Thomas Watters; Edited by T W Rhys Davids and S. W. Bushell. London , Royal Asiatic Society. 1905.
  • A Century of Continental History, 1780-1880, J. H. Rose. London , Edward Stanford. 1895.

    Rare Books at Manana
    Rare Books at Manana
  • Louis Xvi and Marie Antoinette During the Revolution, Nesta H. Webster. London, Constable and Co. 1937.
  • Travels in Hindusthan: or the History of the Late Revolution of the Dominions of the Great Mogol, from 1655 to 1661, Francois Bernier; Translated by Narayan Bapuji Utgikar. Poona, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute. 1927.

    Collections of books by Dr. Devahuti & Prof. Singhal
    Collections of books by Dr. Devahuti & Prof. Singhal
  • A Brief History of the Indian Peoples, Sir William Wilson Hunter. London , Oxford University Press. 1903.
  • Debates on Indian Affairs in the House of Commons and House of Lords, Comprising Extracts from the Parliamentary Debates Relating to Indian Affairs, London, HMSO 1908 – 1937.

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