Results 1 - 16 of 17 Ancient and Medieval India's Political Musings (Major Traditions and Meditation). by Ruchi Tyagi . indian politics in comparative perspective by ruchi tyagi. by Ruchi Tyagi Government and Politics in India. 1 January by Ruchi Tyagi. Currently unavailable. Dr. Ruchi Tyagi is Reader in Political Science. Kalandi College. University of Delhi. She has been teaching Post-Graduate and Under-Graduate Courses on Political Thought, Indian Government and Politics and Contemporary India. She has been selected by the ICCR as Chair, Indian Studies. Osh State University. 19 Aug Political Science. Address. (Official). Kalindi College, East Patel Nagar, New Delhi Phone No. Email [email protected] . India. ISBN. Sole Author. Research Publications. (a) BOOKS. • Sole Author o , Constitutional Democracy and Government in India.
Chapter 5 1. M. P. Singh and Rekha Saxena, Indian Politics Contemporary Issues and Concerns (New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India, ), p. 9. 2. Ruchi Tyagi, Indian Politics in - Selection from Indian Politics in Comparative Perspective [Book]. Result (Total 2 Records Found). Sort By: New & Popular, Price - Low to High, Price - High to Low. View: Search With In 'Result'. Indian Politics in Comparitive Perspective. Ruchi Tyagi. 2nd edition , repint ₹ More Details. Indian Political Thought. Dr. Ramratan & Dr. Ruchi Tyagi. 2nd edition , reprint. The history of ancient Indian political thought is the story of great minds. Manu and Kautilya, the ancient Kautilya's Arthashastra is primarily a work on the art of government. In his political and administrative ideas, the . of government and the personnel. Ram Rattan and Ruchi Tyagi's book Indian Political Thought.
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