About the Conference
Rivers And Sea-Centric Development In India- The Historical Lens
Sea, River, Ports And Ship In Folk Culture And Literature
Representation Of Ports And Shipping In Popular Culture
Role Of Shipping And Ports In India’s Development In The Last 30 Years
The Politics And Economy Of Privatization Of Ports
Inland Waterways – Arteries Of Growth, Their Role And Significance
Greening Ports And Shipping Industry
Future Of Ports And Shipping Industry- Management, Challenges, And Policies
Poster Making Competition
Reel Making Competition
Business Prototype/Plan Competition
Short Film Competition
Call For Papers
The Unquiet River: A Biography of the Brahmaputra
Author: Arupjyoti Saikia
This biography of the Brahmaputra, by way of an environmental history of the river, tells the story of the making of the river, its floodplains, and the human lives around it.
The Ganges in Myth and History
Author: Steven G. Darlen
Steven Darian writes about human experience and the legendry myths that surrounded the Ganges. The inspiration of poets and artists for centuries, the mysterious Ganga is the essence of the Divine Mother bringing increase and salvation, but also death and destruction.
Maritime India Ports and Shipping
Author: Animesh Ray
comprehensive work on all the important issues in the infrastructural sector of port and shipping in India. In the perspective of economic development of the country, the transport sector particularly relating to major, intermediate and minor ports, and inland water transport has been extensively covered. The other related issues like privatisation, maritime law and containerisation have been dealt with.
Indian Shipping: A History of the Sea Borne Trade and Maritime Activities of the Indians from Earlist Times
Author: Radhakumud Mukherjee
Radhakumud Mukherjee examines the part played by indigenous Indian Shipping in the expansion of Indian commerce and colonization from the shores of Africa and Madagascar to the farthest reaches of Malaysia and the Eastern Archipelago. These facts of history are accompanied by their political, social and economic interpretation. This is also an unwritten cultural history conceived and executed in a philosophic spiri.
The Ocean of Churn: How the Indian Ocean Shaped Human History
Author: Sanjeev Sanyal
Sanjeev Sanyal chronicles the grand sweep of history from East Africa to Australia, conjuring the great cities of Angkor and Vijayanagar, medieval Arab empires and Chinese 'treasure fleets' in rich, vivid detail. He explores remote archaeological sites, maritime trading networks and half-forgotten oral tales to challenge established historical narratives with fresh evidence.
Maritime India: Trade, Religion and Polity in the Indian Ocean
Author: Pius Malekandathil
This book discusses various socio-economic and political processes that evolved over centuries in the vast coastal fringes of India and out of the circuits of the Indian Ocean, ultimately giving these littoral zones the distinctive consciousness and identity of Maritime India.
The Mughals, The Portuguese and The Indian Ocean
Author: Pius Malekandathil
This volume explores the changing meanings that maritime India acquired during the early modern period owing to the frequent efforts of the Mughals and the Portuguese from two different fronts to control its vast resourceful enclaves and profit-yielding neighbourhoods.
It Happened Along The Kaveri (A Journey Through Space and Time)
Author: Padma Seshadri and Padma Malini Sundaraghavan
In this carefully researched book on the river Kaveri authors Padma Seshadri and Padma Malini Sudararaghvan take us from the river’s origin in Talakaveri to the site of the ancient port of Poompuhr engaging us with stories from mythology and history and anecdotes from the lives of great people who have shaped the regions along her bank.
Tides of Time (History of Mumbai Port)
Author: M. V. Kamath
Tides of Time, a volume of the history of the Mumbai Port traces the growth and development of the port city from a tiny fishing village to an island city and eventually blossoming into a premier centre of trade and commerce.
A View on the Scientific Development of the Brahmaputra River System for the Benefit of N.E. Region of the Indian Subcontinent
Author: A.K. Barbara, M. Devi, P. Kashyap
A View on the Scientific Development of the Brahmaputra River System for the Benefit of N.E. Region of the Indian Subcontinent is a book on Geographical & Economical aspects of the Brahmaputra River.
Trade, Circulation and Flow in the Indian Ocean
Author: Michael Pearson
Trade, Circulation, and Flow in the Indian Ocean World is a collection which covers a long time span and diverse areas around the ocean. Many of the essays look at the Indian Ocean before Europeans arrived, reminding the reader that there was a cohesive Indian Ocean. This collection includes empirical studies and essays focused on particular area or production. The essays cover various aspects of trade and exchange, the Indian Ocean as a world-system, East African and Chinese connections with the Indian Ocean World, and the movement of people and ideas around the ocean.
The Incredible History of the Indian Ocean
From the east coast of Africa to Australia, one big blue body of water has connected diverse peoples and cultures for thousands of years: the incredible Indian Ocean. Read on to learn about the fearless travellers and sailors, pirates and conquerors who set out to cross the ocean in search of gold and glory, and discover how geography can shape the course of history.
Ships and the Development of Maritime Technology on the Indian Ocean
Author:Ruth Barnes, David Parkin
Recognising the fundamental role both of shipping communities and the technologies crafted and shared by them, this book explores the types of ships, methods of navigation and modes of water-borne trade in the Indian Ocean region and the way they affected the development of distinctive settlements against a changing but strong sense of regional consciousness and identity.
The Archeology Of Knowledge Traditions of the Indian Ocean
Author:Himanshu Prabha Ray
This book examines knowledge traditions that held together the fluid and overlapping maritime worlds of the Indian Ocean in the premodern period, as evident in the material and archaeological record.
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