Item Code: IDG375
ChowkhambaSanskrit Series Office
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Pages: 210 (B & W Illus: 6)
weight of the book is 341 gm
Dr. Upendra Thakur began his career as a college teacher in 1956 and is now working as University Professor and Head of the Department of Ancient Indian and Asian Studies in the University of Magadha, Bodhgaya (Bihar). He received higher education in the University of Calcutta and did his D. Phil thesis there. He also served as Research Fellow in the Mithila Institute of Post-graduate Studies and Research in Sanskrit Learning, Darbhanga, for two years and as Lecturer in the Universities of Gorakhapur and Patna for more than seven years. In 1969 he visited Yugoslavia under Indo Yugoslav Cultural Exchange Programme of the Government of India to deliver a series of lectures on Different aspects of Indian history in the University of Zagreb and other Universities of the country. He also visited Moscow, Cairo, Austria, Germany, Rome and other countries of Europe.
Dr. Thakur has published several books and more than forty articles including History of Mithila, History of Suicide in India, Studies in Jainism and Buddhism in Mithila, and The Hunas in India.
|CHAPTER I.||The Age of Barter and Exchange||3|
|CHAPTER II.||The First Coins||21|
|CHAPTER III.||The State and the Coinage||49|
|CHAPTER IV.||Symbols Vs. Mint-towns||97|
|CHAPTER V.||Economic Data from the Coins||146|