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Sl.No. Titles and Authors Price
Rs.
Archaeology
* 1. Amaravati Mode of Sculptures – C.Sivaramamurti
2. Amaravati Sculptures in the Madras Government Museum – C.Sivaramamurti (F.E. 1942 , L.R. 1998) 210.00
3. Ancient Industries of Tamil Nadu – Natana Kasinathan ( F.E. 1997) 35.00
4. An Outline of Indian Temple Architecture – F.H. Gravely (F.E. 1936, L.R. 1999) 20.00
5. A Souvenir Released on the Occasion of the Exhibition on South Indian Bronzes – M. Raman, I.A.S.( F.E. 1992) 51.00
6. Beginnings of the Traditions of South Indian Temple Architecture – P.R. Srinivasan (F.E. 1934, L.R. 1999) 20.00
7. Bronzes of South India – P.R. Srinivasan (F.E. 1963, L.R. 1994) 386.00
8. Buddhist Sculptures from Stupa near Goli Village, Guntur District – T.N. Ramachandran (F.E. 1929, L.R. 2000) 40.00
9. Bulletin of The Chennai (Madras) Government Museum, Iconography of the Jain images in the Districts of Tamil Nadu (Covering the Museums of the Departments of Archaeology and Museums) – R. Kannan, I.A.S., and
K. Lakshiminarayanan (F.E. 2002)
200.00
10. Bulletin of The Chennai (Madras) Government Museum, “Iconography of the Jain images in the Districts of Tamil Nadu (Covering the Museums of the Departments of Archaeology and Museums)” – Dr. R. Kannan, Ph.D., I.A.S., and K. Lakshiminarayanan (F.E. 2002 ). New Series – General section Vol.XVII, No. 1, 2002. 200.00
11. Catalogue of Copper Plate Grants – R. Srinivasa Ayyangar (F.E. 1918, L.R. 2000) 40.00
12. Catalogue of Hindu Metal Images in the Government Museum, Madras – F.H. Gravely and T.N. Ramachandran (F.E. 1932, L.R. 2002) 50.00
13. Catalogue of Jain Sculptures in the Collection of Government Museum, Madras – R. Balasubramanian (F.E. 1997) 20.00
14. Catalogue of Stone Sculputes in the Collection of the Government Museum, Trichy – N. Sakaranarayana ( F.E. 1997) 20.00
15. Early Eastern Chalukyan Sculptures – C.Sivaramamurti (F.E. 1957, L.R 2000) 70.00.
16. Guide to the Archaeological Galleries – An Introduction to South Indian Temple Architecture and Sculptures – F.H. Gravely and C. Sivaramamurti (F.E. 1939, L.R. 1999) 25.00
17. Guide to the Buddhist Antiquities – A. Aiyappan and P.R. Srinivasan (F.E. 1953 , L.R. 1998) 30.00
18. Guide to the Bronze Gallery – V.N. Srinivasa Desikan (F.E. – 1992, L.R. 1998) 50.00
19. Holistic Approach to Dating in Ancient History, Especially Indian History – R. Kannan, I.A.S (F.E. 2000) 35.00
20. Iconography of the Jain Images in the Government Museum, Chennai (Madras) – R. Kannan, I.A.S., and K.Lakshminarayanan (F.E. 2001) 200.00
21. Illustrations of Indian Sculptures Mostly Southern – For Use with Guide to the Archaeological Galleries – F.H. Gravely and C.Sivaramamurti (F.E. 1939, L.R. 1999) 25.00
22. Indian Epigraphy and South Indian Scripts – C.Sivaramamurti (F.E. 1948, L.R. 1999) 285.00
23. Kalaichelvangal (Tamil) – R. Nagasamy (F.E. 1961, L. R. 2000) 50.00
24. List of Inscriptions on Tombs or Monuments in Madras – Julian James Cotton, C.S. (F.E. 1945, L.R. 2000) 110.00
25. Nagapattinam and Other Buddhist Bronzes – T.N. Ramachandran (F.E. 1954, L.R. 1992) 117.00
26. Nagapattinam and other Buddhist Bronzes Vol. VII No. 1 – By T. N. Rama chandran (F.E.-1954, L.E. 2005) 180.00
27. Nayak Sculptures of Virudhunagar District (Tamil) – K.Lakshminarayanan (F.E. 2001) 52.00
28. Nolamba Sculptures – C. Sivaramamurti (F.E. 1964, L.R. – 2000) 50.00
29. Notes on Hindu Images – F.H. Gravely and C. Sivaramamurti (F.E. 1977, L.R. 1996) 12.00
* 30. Professor Balakrishnan Nayar Endowment Lecture – 1999 AD – ” The Indian National Movement – A Theoretical Perspective” – G.J. Sudahakar, (F.E. 2001) 60.00
* 31. Raja Raja the Great – A Garland of Tributes-Selvi T. Poongothai and K.D. Thirunavukkarasu (F.E. 1984)
* 32. Report of the Expert Committee for the Preservation of Antiquities in Government Buildings, Tamilnadu, (F.E. 1985, L.R. 1999)
33. Scripts in and Around India – V. Kannaiyan ( F.E 1960, L.R. 2000) 50.00
34. Select Bronzes in the Madras Government Museum – M. Raman, I.A.S (F.E. 1992, L.R. 1998)
35. Story of Buddhism – A. Aiyappan and P.R. Srinivasan (F.E. 1960, L.R. 2000) 115.00
36. Temples of Periyar District (Tamil) – Edited by V.Jeyaraj (F.E. 2000) 70.00
37. The Gopuras of Thiruvannamalai (New Series – General Section, Vol. VII, No.3)- F.H. Gravely, (F.E. 1959, L.R. 2002) 20.00
38. The Three Main Styles of Temple Architecture Recognised by Silpa Sastras – F.H. Gravely and T.N. Ramachandran (F.E. 1934, L.R. 1999) 20.00
* 39. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India (F.E. 1955)
* 40. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India (F.E. 1956-57)
* 41. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India (F.E. 1957-58)
* 42. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India (F.E. 1958-59)
* 43. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India (F.E. 1959-60)
* 44. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India (F.E. 1960-62)
* 45. Transactions of the Archaeological Society of South India (F.E. 1962-65)
46. Tirupparuthikundram and its Temple – T.N. Ramachandran (F.E. 1934, L.R. 2002) 115.00

Anthropology
47. Adivasis of Kodiakkarai – A.V.N. Sharma ( F.E. – 1996) 9.75
48. Ancient Culture and Tribal Culture (Tamil) – C.J. Jeyadev and M. Ragupathy (F.E. 1962, L.R. 1999) 25.00
* 49. Anthropology, The Dravidian Head; Yanadir of Nellore:Miscellanious .
* 50. Anthropology, (Bulletin No. 4) Todas and Kotas of The Nilgiri Hills and of theBrahmansKammalansPallis, and Paraiahs of Madras City – Edgar Thurston (F.E. 1896)
** 51. Toda Petition, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 2:128-30, 1898.
** 52. Badaga. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909; 1:63-124
** 53. Castes and Tribes of Southern India, Madras: Superintendent, Government Press [7 Vols. Repr. 1965 at London and New York; Johnson Reprint Corporation: 1975, at New Delhi; Cosmo Publications; 1987, 1993 at New Delhi; Asian Educational Services] Thurston Edgar, and Kadamki Rangachari (Year) 1909.
54. Catalogue of Musical Instuments Exhibited in the Government Museum, Madras – P. Sambamoorthy (F.E. – 1955, L.R. 1998) 35.00
55. Catalogue of the Prehistoric Antiquities – Alexander Rea (F.E. – 1915, L.R. 1998) 35.00
** 56. Deformity and Mutilation, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 4:180-201, 1903.
57. Documentaion on the Cannons in the Government Museum, Chennai (Madras) – R.Kannan, I.A.S. and R. Balasubramanian 50.00
58. Excavation by the Madras Museum at KilpaukPanundaPunnol andSankavaram – M.D. Raghavan (F.E. 1974, L.R. 2000) 25.00
59. Gramaphone Records of the Languages and Dialects of the Madras Presidency – Text Passages (F.E. 1927, L.R. 2002) 45.00
60. Guide to the Anthropological Exhibits – C.J. Jeyadev (F.E. 1964, L.R. 1994) 39.00
** 61. Irulas of The Nilgiris. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:2:372-82.
** 62. Kota. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:4:3-31
** 63. Kuruba or Kurumba? Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 2:38-43, 1897.
** 64. Kurumba or Kuruman. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:4:155-77
* 65. Madras Government Museum Bulletin Vol. II No.2 Anthropology ; Eurasians of Madras and Malabar, Note on Tatooing : Malagasy Nias Dravidians :Toda Petition by Edgar Thurston
* 66. Madras Government Museum Bulletin – Anthropology – Bulletin Vol. I, No. 3, by Edgar Thurston
** 67. Mandadan Chetti. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:4:144-46
* 68. Namboodris of Malabar – F. Fawcett
69. Nayars of Malabar – F. Fawcett (F.E. 1948, L.R. 2000) 35.00
** 70. Paniyan. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:6:57-71
71. Possible Sumerian Survivals in Toda Ritual – H.R.H.Prince Peter of Greece and A. Aiyappan ( F.E. 1951, L.R. 2002) 35.00
72. Puppets in the Collection of the Madras Government Museum –
N. Devasahayam (F.E. 1973, L.R. 1999)
55.00
73. Report on the Socio-economic Conditions of the Aborginal Tribes of the Province of Madras – A. Aiyappan (F.E. 1948, L.R. 2000) 85.00
** 74. Sholaga. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:6:379-86
75. Social and Physical Anthropology of the Nayadis of Malabar – A. Aiyappan (F.E. 1937, L.R. 2002) 70.00
* 76. Some Marriage Customs in Southern India (F.E. 1903)
77. Sri Vaishnava Brahmins – Diwan Bahadur K. Rangachari (F.E. 1931 – L.R 2000) 100.00
78. The Adichanallur Skulls – S. Zucherman ( F.E. – 1930, L.R. – 2000) 25.00
** 79. The Badagas of The Nilgiris, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 2:1-7, 1897.
80. The Foote Collection of Indian Pre-historic and Proto-historic Antiquities – Notes on Their Ages and Distribution – Robert Bruce Foote (F.E. 1916, L.R. 2002) 75.00
81. The Foote Collection of Indian Pre-historic and Proto-historic Antiquities – Robert Bruce Foote (F.E. 1914, L.R. 1999) 200.00
82. The Glaciations and the Pre-historic Ages – M.D. Raghavan (F.E. 1966, L.R.2002) 20.00
* 83. The Harappan and the Vedic Cultures : Musings on Some Moot Problems – K.R. Srinivasan (F.E. – 1988) 15.00
** 84. The Irulas of The Nilgiris, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 2:8-17, 1897.
** 85. The Paniyans of Malabar, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 2:18-30, 1897.
* 86. The Tamil Nadu Tribes – N.Devasahayam (F.E. 1990)
87. The Tali in Relation to South Indian Initiation Rites – C.J.Jayadev (F.E. – 1979) 7.55.
** 88. Toda Petition, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 4:123-24, 1901.
** 89. Toda. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:7:116-67
** 90. Todas in Court, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 3:92, 1900.
** 91. Todas of The Nilgiris, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 4:1-21, 1901.
** 92. Urali. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:7:250-57
** 93. UralisSholagas and Irulas, Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 4:202-13, 1903.
** 94. Wynad. In Thurston and Rangachari (Year) 1909:7:413-15

 

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