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Inter-State and International Relations in Ancient
Inter-State and International Relations in Ancient India
Author Name - S.K. Srivastava
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This is a strikingly work in the field of untouched sphere of Ancient Indian History. Political, economic, social and religious aspects of Ancient India have been discussed and studied by various authors. Like H.G. Rawlinson, H.L. Chatterjee, N.N. Law, S.K. Das, H. Trivedi, S.K. Maity etc. but every aspect of the title has not yet been focused.
The present work is a full fledged study of Interstate and International Relation in Ancient India during the periods of the Mauryas and the Guptas. The relations established by the imperial Mauryas and the Guptas in India beyond the territories of the both empires with independent states of India have been termed as Interstate Relations. Each and every types of such relations as political, diplomatic, trade, cultural and their impacts have been discussed on the basis of literary and archaeological sources. International relations established during the period around and abroad India have been discussed on the basis of available literary and archaeological sources. Every kinds and aspects of International relations and its impacts in the spheres of politics, trades, industries, colonisation, cultural contacts as in literature, drama, dance, art and architecture, science and medicines, religion and war, administration and numismatics have been approached with a scientific view point and comparative study. Nature and basis of Interstate and International relations and guiding factors of the both relations have been openly and clearly discussed. I hope to book will be appreciated by the scholars. Ã¢â‚¬â€ Dr. Ravi Verma, Professor, Deptt. of History, B.R.A.B.U. Muzaffarpur
Dr. Shailendra Kumar Shrivastava son of Shri Shambhu Sharan Shrivastava born on 1st April 1954 at village Kherai, P.O. Kherai, District Siwan, Bihar received his early education in Ranchi with his parent and higher education at Muzaffarpur as a student of Bihar University in the kind kiss and care of beloved uncle Dr. Vimalesh Kumar Shrivastava. He did B.A. (Hons.) and M.A. from Bihar University, Muzaffarpur. He has been awarded Ph. D. Degree from Bihar University, Muzaffarpur in 1990. Dr. Shrivastava is working as a Reader in History at Raja Singh College, Siwan. His field of interest and work is Ancient India and International Relations in Ancient India. At the same time he has also presented several papers in the seminars at various places. Several articles, research papers and stories are published in research magazines and daily news papers.