2 edition of Indian arms and armour found in the catalog.
Indian arms and armour
Gayatri Nath Pant
|Statement||author, G.N. Pant ; foreword, M.N. Deshpande.|
|LC Classifications||U821.I4 P36|
|The Physical Object|
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Indian Arms and Armour by Thom Richardson and Natasha Bennett (, Paperback) at the . In more than 3, pieces of arms and armour were added from the Rustkammer, one of the first Russian museums in Oranienbaum (now Lomonosov) near St. Petersburg. In the 19th century, arms and armour preserved in the Trinity-St. Sergius Monastery near Moscow and the St. Petersburg Diamond Workshops were moved to the Armoury.
Download PDF Arms And Armour Of India Nepal Sri Lanka book full free. Arms And Armour Of India Nepal Sri Lanka available for download and read online in other formats. - The term "Indo-Persian armor" includes armor from Persia, Ottoman Empire, India and other nearby countries made in the Indo-Persian style. In the past terms such as "Eastern", "Oriental", "Islamic" have been used to differentiate between this type of armor and European armor types. "Indo-Persian" includes non Muslim cultures such as Hindu, Sikh and Christian use of this type of pins.
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The book is not only well laid out but very informative as well. The quality of the photographs are excellent. Overall it is an excellent book for those interested in traditional Indian Arms and Armour both from the view an enthusiast or a collector/5(9).
He collected Indian arms and armour and researched them widely. The book is part catalogue, with many excellent engravings of weapons. Because of the old style the weapons are grouped into "artistic displays" and it is sometimes time consuming to flip back and forth between plates and descriptions.4/4(5).
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Author: Hugh Pearce Pearson ISBN: This book has a selection of of the most interesting arms in the Jaipur royal palace and discusses them as weapons in their social and historical context. The book breaks new ground in Indian arms scholarship and is also a very readable account that takes in Rajput, Mughal and British Indian history, anthropology and art history.
The history which forms a background to the story of Indian arms and armour saw empires rise and fall, but the remarkable constancy in the exquisite weapons used by their defenders and opponents marks Indian arms and armour out as something beyond mere statehood. was the catalyst to all sorts of studies of Indian culture and it is no accident.
Indian arms and armour. New Delhi: Army Educational Stores, (OCoLC) Online version: Pant, G.N. (Gayatri Nath), Indian arms and armour. New Delhi: Army Educational Stores, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
Buy Indian Arms and Armour (Arms and Armour Series) First Edition by Thom Richardson, Natasha Bennett (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).
Arms and Armour book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Tracing the development of the weapons of the Indian warrior, from t /5. This excellently illustrated volume provides factual accounts of events ranging from the earliest invasions of the subcontinent in b.c.
to the First Burmese War in Also includes detailed information on Arabian and Persian arms and Japanese armor. Illustrations and notes describe helmets, daggers, sabers, and other weapons. halftones and line illustrations. "This is a book not just for arms and armour specialists but for historians, art historians and anthropologists as well.
A highly impressive and comprehensively illustrated work." Professor James Allan, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford "This book is of exceptional importance to the study of. About the Book This book is one in a series illustrating the collections of the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum.
City Palace. Jaipur, Others in the series are Festivals It the Jaipur Court by Vibhuti Sachdev and Costumes and Textiles at the Jaipur Court by Rahul Jain. The author Dr. Robert Elgood is a much-published expert in the field of Arms and Armour.
The UK Launch of Rajput Arms and Armour: The Rathores and Their Armoury at Jodhpur Fort Moghul Indian arms and armor from the State Indian Arms &.
Sep 7, - Books that discuss Indo-Persian arms and armor. See more ideas about Arms, Persian and Muslim culture pins. Indian and Oriental Arms and Armour. by Lord Egerton of Tatton. Dover Military History, Weapons, Armor. Share your thoughts Complete your review.
Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Dover Publications. India is a vast sub-continent with a complex history and a great array of languages, cultures and religions. This book serves as a short introduction to the exquisite weapons used in the region, focusing on the Royal Armouries’ collections from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries.
Beautiful photography is interwoven with remarkable historical and cultural detail about archery, swords. Akbar’s swords had names and ranks assigned to them and these were sent by rotation each night to his bed chamber: This book traces the development of the weapons of the Indian warrior, from the earliest to modern times, and also provides illustrations of a wide variety of the arms and armour discussed.
INDIAN ARMOURS in the National Museum Collection - A Catalogue by G.N. Pant & K.K. Sharma Hardcover (Edition: ) National Museum, New Delhi. Indian Arms and Armour, Volume III by G. Pant (New Delhi: Army Educational Stores, ), Indian Art at Delhi Being the Official Catalogue of the Delhi Exhibition by Watt, George.
Indian Arms and Armour (Paperback, ) - Find the lowest prices at PriceRunner Compare prices from 3 stores Don't overpay - SAVE today!. The scope of this book largely reflects the collections of Indian arms and armour in the Royal Armouries. Buy 3, pay for 2 across the Arms and Armour book series.
India is a vast sub-continent with a complex history and a great array of languages, cultures and religions. The history which forms a background to the story of Indian arms and.India is a vast sub-continent, with a complex history and a great array of languages, cultures and religions.
This short introduction to one aspect of that great culture is intended merely as an appetiser, and is by no means intended as the last word on any aspect of Indian arms and : Thom Richardson.Discover the history of Indian arms and armour which saw empires rise and fall in a complex history full of an array of languages, cultures and religions.
This book is part of a series of introductions to aspects of the Royal Armouries collection of arms armour.