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Name of the Department: D.O.S. IN ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY, MG,
MYSORE
Program: M.A.-CBCS
Semester: ODD (I and III Semester)
Semester
Code
Course
Hard Core/Soft core
LTP
Credit
Value
Remarks
I
13001
A01
Political and Cultural
History of North India upto
1000 A.D. (HC)
3:1:0
4
-
I
13002
A02
Indian Epigraphy (HC)
3:1:0
4
-
I
13003
A03
4
-
I
I
13004
13005
A04
A05
Introduction to Archaeology 3:1:0
(HC)
World Civilizations (SC)
3:1:0
Political Institutions of
3:1:0
Ancient India (SC)
4
4
-
Mauryan Inscriptions (SC)
Select Inscriptions (SC)
Social Institutions o f India
(SC)
History of South India upto
1336 A.D. (With reference
to Polity) (HC)
3:1:0
3:1:0
3:1:0
4
4
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
C03
North Indian Art and
Architecture (HC)
Coins of Karnataka (HC)
3:1:0
4
-
C04
Tourism in India(SC)
3:1:0
4
-
III
C05
Historical Archaeology of
India(SC)
3:1:0
4
-
III
C06
The Rashtrakutas(SC)
3:1:0
4
-
III
III
C07
C08
Chalukyas of Kalyana(SC)
The Sevunas(SC)
3:1:0
3:1:0
4
4
-
III
C09
The Vijayanagara (SC)
3:1:0
4
-
I
I
I
A07
A08
A09
III
13021
C01
III
13022
C02
III
III
13023
Semester: EVEN (II and IV Semester)
Semester
Code
Course
Hard Core/Soft core
LTP
Credit
Value
Remarks
II
13011
B01
Historical Method (HC)
3:1:0
4
-
II
13012
B02
Archaeology-Methods(HC)
3:1:0
4
-
II
II
B03
B04
South East Asia (SC)
Indian Numismatics (SC)
3:1:0
3:1:0
4
4
-
II
B05
Indian Palaeography (SC)
3:1:0
4
-
II
B06
Indian Painting (SC)
3:1:0
4
-
II
B07
Punch Marked Coins (SC)
3:1:0
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
D03
Indian Pre and Proto history
(HC)
South Indian Art and
Architecture (HC)
PROJECT WORK (HC)
0:1:3
4
-
D04
Museology (SC)
3:1:0
4
-
D05
Vijayanagara Art and
Architecture(SC)
Conservation and
Preservation(SC)
Mathura School of Art(SC)
3:1:0
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
Gupta School of Art(SC)
Badami Chalukya Art and
Architecture(SC)
Pallava Art and
Architecture(SC)
Chola Art and
Architecture(SC)
3:1:0
3:1:0
4
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
Hard Core/Soft core
LTP
Credit
Value
Remarks
History of Karnataka (From
975 to 1336 A.D.)
The Hoysalas
3:1:0
4
-
3:1:0
4
-
3:1:0
3:1:0
4
4
-
Even IV
Chalukyas of Badami
Early Indian Art and
Architecture
Harappan Civilization
3:1:0
4
-
Even IV
Hoysala Art and
3:1:0
4
-
IV
13031
D01
IV
13032
D02
IV
IV
13034
IV
D06
IV
D07
IV
IV
D08
D09
IV
D010
IV
D011
Open Electives:
Semester
Odd III
Odd III
Even II
Even II
Code
Course
Architecture
(Sd/-)
(G.KARIYAPPA)
ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-I
13001: CULTURAL HISTORY OF NORTH INDIA UPTO 1000 A.D. (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
Sources:
1. Archaeological
2. Literary
UNIT-II
Early India:
1. Harappan Civilization
2. Vedic Culture
UNIT-III
North India between 6th century B.C. and 3rd century A.D.:
1. Rise of Magadha and New Religious Thought
2. Mauryan Empire- Cultural History
3. Post Mauryan India, Sungas, Kanvas and Kushanas
4. Indo-Greeks
UNIT-IV
North India between 4th C.A.D. and 10th C.A.D.:
1. Guptas
2. Vardhanas
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. R.C.Majumdar et.at.
2. ±ÁgÀzÀ ¥Àæ¸ÁzÀ (C£ÀĪÁzÀ)
3. Neelakanta Sastry, K.A.
4. Upender Takur
5. Harle, J.C.
6. Romila Thapar
7. Lal, B.B.
8. Munshi K.M. (Ed)
: Advanced History of India.
: ¨sÁgÀvÀzÀ ¥ËæqsÀ EwºÁ¸À.
: History of India, Vols.I & II.
: A History of Ancient and Medieval India.
: Art and Architecture of Indian sub-continent.
: Ancient India.
: The First Civilization of South Asia.
: History and Culture of the Indian People, Vol. I to IV.
Publication-Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan.
9. A.V.Narasimha Murthy (Translation)
- do –
10. Sir Martimar Wheeler
: Indus Civilization (Revised Edition)
11. Altekar, A.S.
: Gupta-Vakataka Age.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-I
13002: INDIAN EPIGRAPHY (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Definition, Scope and importance of Epigraphy.
2. Types of Inscriptions.
UNIT-II
1. Indus Script.
2. Brahmi Script.
3. Kharosti Script.
UNIT-III
Selected Indian Inscriptions for study:
1. Edicts of Ashoka No.13 and Brahmagiri Edict.
2. Hathigumpa inscription of Kharavela.
3. Junaghad inscription of Rudradaman.
4. Allahabad Pillar inscription of Samudragupta.
UNIT-IV
1.
2.
3.
4.
Halmidi Inscription.
Aihole inscription of Pulakesi-II.
Uttaramerur inscription of Parantka-I.
Belur inscription of Vishnuvardhana.
BOOKS FOR STUUDY/REFERENCE:
1. D.C.Sircar: Select Inscriptions (Revised 1962)
2. D.C.Sircar: Indian Epigraphy.
3. Mahalingam, T.V.: South Indian Paleography.
4. Pandey, R.B.: Indian Paleography.
5. Pandey, R.B.: Select Historical and Literary Inscriptions.
6. Narasimha Murthy, A.V.: PÀ£ßÀ qÀ °¦AiÀÄ GUÀªÄÀ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ «PÁ¸À.
7. Relevant volumes of Epigraphia Indica and Epigraphia Carnatica.
8. Rao, S.R.: Lothal and Indus Civilization.
9. Dani, A.H.: Indian Paleography.
10. Diringer, D.: The Alphabet.
11. Shivarmamurthy, C.: Indian Epigraphy and South Indian Script.
12. Buhler, G.: Indian Paleography.
13. Padigar, S.V.: ¨sÁgÀwÃAiÀÄ EwºÁ¸ÀzÀ ±Á¸À£À DPÀgÀU¼
À ÀÄ, 2004.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-I
13003: INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Archaeology: Aims and Scope
2. Review of Development of Archaeology in Europe and India
3. Archaeological record-component elements, usefulness in the reconstruction of past
UNIT-II
1. Role of Natural Sciences in Archaeology-Geography, Palaentology, Geology, Botany,
Zoology, Chemistry
2. Role of Social Sciences in Archaeology-History, Anthropology, Sociology
UNIT-III
1. Traditional Archaeology, New Archaeology and Post-processual Archaeology
2. Industrial Archaeology, Ethno archaeology, Biomolecular Archaeology
UNIT-IV
1. Relative techniques of Dating-Stratigraphy, Typology, Flourine Test, Dendrochronology
2. Absolute dating techniques-Carbon 14, Thermoluminiscence, Potassium-Argon,
Archaeo-magnetism
BOOK FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Aitken, M.J.: Science based dating in Archaeology 1990.
2. Binford, L.R.A: A consideration of Hypothetical Research Design, American Antiquity.
3. Crawford, O.G.S.: Archaeology in the Field, 1953.
4. Wheeler, R.E.M.: Archaeology from the Earth, 1954.
5. Padigar, S.V.: Puratatva Sastra Parichaya (Kannada),2010
6. Kenyon, K.M.: Beginning in Archaeology.
7. Raman, K.V.: Principles and Methods of Archaeology, 1991
8. Renfrew and Bahu,P. : Archaeology; Theories, Methods and Practice, 1996.
9. Staeck John, P.: Back to Earth; An introduction to Archaeology, 2002.
10. Daniel Glyn: A Hundred and Fifty years of Archaeology, 1978.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-I
13004: WORLD CIVILIZATIONS (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
Background of Early Civilizations, character of Civilization and Factors contributing
to rise of Civilization.
UNIT-II
Study of Civilizations with respect to Polity, Society, Economy, Religion, Literature, Art
and Architecture.
1. Mesopotamian Civilizations
2. Egyptian Civilization
UNIT-III
Study of Civilization with respect to Polity, Society, Economy, Religion, Literature, Art
and Architecture.
1. Chinese Civilization
2. Cretan Civilization
UNIT-IV
Study of Civilization with respect to Polity, Society, Economy, Religion, Literature, Art.
Greek Civilization
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Swain, E.
: History of World Civilizations.
2. Rene Sedillot
: A Bird’s Eye view of World.
3. Childe,V.G.
: New Light on the most Ancient East.
4. Glynn Daniel
.
: The First Civilization.
5. Will Durant
: Story of Civilization.
6. Toynbee, A.
: A Study of History (Abridged Edition)
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-I
13005: POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS OF ANCIENT INDIA (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Sources of Study.
UNIT-II
1. State-Theories of Origin-Saptanga.
2. Origin of Kingship-Position and functions of the king.
3. Council of Ministers.
UNIT-III
1. Law and Justice
2. Taxation
UNIT-IV
1. Inter-state relationship
2. Spy system
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Altekar, A.S.
: State and Government in Ancient India, Delhi, 1958
2. Ghoshal, U.N.
: A History of Hindu Political Theories, Calcutta, 1923
3. Dikshitar, V.R.R.
: Hindu Administrative Institutions, Madras, 1928
4. Saletore, B.A.
: Ancient Indian Political Thought and Institutions, Bombay, 1963
5. Dikshitar, V.R.R.
: Mauryan Polity, Madras, 1932
6. Nilakanta Sastri, K.A.: Studies in Chola History and Administration (Madaras, 1932)
7. Mahalingam, T.V.
: South Indian Polity, Madras, 1955
8. Desai, P.B. et.at.,
: A History of Karnataka, Dharwad, 1970
9. Shamasastri, R.
: Kautilya’s Arthasastra, Madras, 1912
10. Romila Thapar
: Asoka and the Decline of Mauryas, Oxford, 1961
11. Stein, B.
: Vijayanagara, New Delhi, 1999
12. Mookerji, R.K.
: Local Self-government in Ancient India, Oxford, 1920
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-I
MAURYAN INSCRIPTIONS (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. A Brief History of Mauryan period
UNIT-II
1. History of Study of Mauryan Inscriptions
2. A general survey of Mauryan inscriptions with reference to location, script, language
and format
UNIT-III
Inscriptions of Asoka - contents and importance
1. Minor Rock Edicts: I – IV
2. Pillar Edicts
3. Major Rock Edicts: I-XIV
UNIT-IV
1. Cave Inscriptions of Asoka
2. Inscriptions of successors of Asoka
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Hultzsch, Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum, Vol. I
Sircar D.C., Inscriptions of Asoka
Romila Thapar, Asoka and the Decline of the Mauryas
Gupta S.P. (Ed.), The Origin of the Brahmi Script
Krishnan K.G., Uttankita Sanskrit Vidya Aranya Epigraphs Vol. II,Mysore, 1989
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-I
SELECT INSCRIPTIONS (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
Prakrit Inscriptions:
1. Rumindei Pillar Inscription
2. Besnagar Garuda Pillar Inscription
3. Nasik Prasasti of Gautamiputra Satakarni
4. Banavasi Inscripions of Sivasri Pulumavi
UNIT-II
Sanskrit Inscriptions
1. Mathura Pillar Inscription of Chandragupta-II
2. Talagunda Pillar Inscription of Shantivarma
3. Gudnapur Pillar Inscription of Ravivarma
4. Badami Cliff Inscriptions of Pulakesi-I
5. Mandagapattu Inscriptions of Mahendravarman-I
UNIT-III
Dravidian Inscriptions
1. Kanchi inscription of Vikramaditya-II
2. British Museum plates of Govinda-III
3. Jura Prasasti of Krishna-III
4. Arjunavada Pillar Inscription
UNIT-IV
Dravidian Inscriptions (Kannada, Tamil, Telugu)
1. Jinavallabha’s Inscription.
2. Uttaramerur Inscriptions of Prantaka-I
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Sircar, D.C.
: Select Inscriptions (Revised 1962).
2. Mahalingam,T.V.
: South Indian Palaeography.
3. Diskalkar
: Select Sanskrit Inscriptions.
4. Relevant Volumes of Epigraphia Indica and Epigraphia Carnatica (12 Vols).
5. Pandey, R.B.
: Select Historical and Literary Inscriptions.
6. Padigar, S.V. : ¨sÁgÀwÃAiÀÄ EwºÁ¸ÀzÀ ±Á¸À£À DPÀgÀUÀ¼ÀÄ, 2004.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-I
SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS OF INDIA (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Sources
UNIT-II
1. Rig-Vedic Society
2. Later Vedic Society
UNIT-III
1. The Four Varnas- Caste System-Untouchability-Gotra and Pravara
2. The Family-The Four Stages of Life-Various Samskaras
3. Marriage
UNIT-IV
1. Position of Women.
2. Education in Ancient India.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Prabhu
: Hindu Social Institutions.
2. Ghurye, G.S.
: Caste and Class in India.
3. Kapadia,M.
: Marriage and Family in India.
4. Panikkar, K.M.
: Hindu Society at Cross Roads.
5. Nilakshi Sengupta
: Evolution of Hindu Marriage.
6. Radhakrishnan, S.
: Hindu View of Life.
7. Kane, P.V.
: History of Dharmasastra (Relevant Volumes).
8. Altekar, A.S.
: Position of Women in Ancient India.
9. Hutton
: Caste in India.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
13021: HISTORY OF SOUTH INDIA UPTO 1336 A.D (With reference to Polity) (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
Sources:
1. Archaeological
2. Literary
UNIT-II
Early Historical South India:
1. The Satavahana
2. The Kadambas
3. Gangas
UNIT-III
South India between 6th and 10th Century:
1. Pallavas
2. Chalukyas of Badami
3. Rashtrakutas
UNIT-IV
South India from 10th to 14th Century:
1. The Cholas
2. The Chalukyas of Kalyana
3. Hoysalas
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Sanstry, K.A.N.
2. Sastry, K.A.N.
3. Mahalingam, T.V.
4. Altekar, A.S.
.
5. Yazadani (Ed.)
6. Derrett, J.D.M.
7. Sastry, K.A.N.
8. Narasimha Murthy, A.V.
9. Ritti, S.H.
10. Iyengar, S.K.
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
11. Venkataramanayya, N.
12. Divakar, R.R. (Ed.)
13. Desai, P.B.
14. Krishnappa, M.V.
:
:
:
:
A History of South India (Latest Ed.)
Comprehensive History of India, Vol.II.
Kanchipuram through the Ages.
The Rashtrakutas.
Early History of Deccan, Vol.I, II.
Hoysalas.
The Cholas.
The Sevunas of Devagiri.
The Sevunas.
Some Contribution of South India to Indian
Culture
Early Muslim Expansion in South India.
Karnataka through the Ages.
A History of Karnataka.
Social and Economic conditions of Karnataka
(from 4th century A.D. to 10th century A.D.)
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
13022: NORTH INDIAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Special Features of Indian Art
2. Ancient Texts
3. Terminology
UNIT-II:
Early Indian Art:
1. Indus Valley
2. Maurya
3. Kushana -Mathura and Gandhara Schools
UNIT-III:
Rock-cut Architecture in Western India:
1. Hinayana
2. Mahayana phases
3. Gupta Art
UNIT-IV:
1. Orissa
2. Khajuraho
3. Indo-Islamic Architecture
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Dasgupta, S.N.
: Fundamentals of Indian Art.
2. Percy Brown
: Indian Architecture, Vols.I & II.
3. Ray, N.R.
: Maurya and Sunga Art.
4. Smith, V.A.
.
: History of Fine Arts in India and Ceylon.
5. Desai, Z.A.
.
: Indo Islamic Architecture.
6. Benjamin Rowland
: Art and Architecture of India.
7. Havell, E.B.
: Ideals of Indian Art.
8. Coomaraswamy, A.K.
: History of Indian and Indonesian Art.
9. Zimmer, H.
: Art of Indian Asia.
10. Saraswathi, S.L.
: A Survey of Indian Sculpture.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
COINS OF KARNATAKA (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Historical Background of Karnataka
2. A Study of the Coins of Karnataka with reference to distribution, types, material,
legends, symbols, significance etc.
UNIT-II
1. Punch-marked coins
2. Coins of Satavahanas
3. Roman Coins
UNIT-III
1.
2.
3.
4.
UNIT-IV
1.
2.
3.
Coins of the Early Kadambas and Gangas
Coins of the Chalukyas of Badami
Coins of the Rashtrakutas
Coins of the Kalyana Chalukayas
Coins of the Kadambas of Goa
Coins of the Hoysalas
Coins of the Vijayanagara
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Rapson, E.J. : Indian Coins, Strassberg, 1897
Moraes, G.
: The Kadamba Kula
Gupta, P.L. : Coins, Delhi, 1969
Murthy, A.V.N.: Coins of Karnataka, Mysore, 1975
Murthy, A.V.N.: Studies in Karnataka Coins, Mysore, 1998
Murthy, A.V.N. : Vijayanagara Coins, Mysore, 1998
Journals of the Numismatic Society of India and South Indian Numismatics.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
13023 : TOURISM IN INDIA (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
Introduction-Tourism and guidance-Motives of Tourism-Transport-TechniquesRole of Tourism-Terminology.
UNIT-II:
Art of handling Tourists-Etiquitte-Manners-Security-Facilities-Formalities-Guidance in
General Tourist guides, Special Problems of Foreign Tourists.
UNIT-III:
Important Tourist Monuments in India, Ajanta, Ellora, Bhubaneswar, Jaipur, Agra,
Badami, Belur and Hampi.
UNIT-IV:
Economic Tourism-Tourism as an Industry-Communications-Tourist LiteratureLangauage-Problems-Advertisements-Publicity-Propaganda.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Kaul, S.N.
: Tourist Inida.
2. Feroder
: Feroder’s guide to India.
3. Norwal,A.J.
: The Touist Industry.
4. Ogilries, F.B.
: The Tourist Movement.
5. Gupta, S.P.
: Tourist Monuments of India.
6. Casson
: Art of Handling People.
7. Eric Partride
: Polite Conversation.
8. Basha, A.L.
: Wonder that was India.
9. Garratt
: Legacy of India.
10. Srinivasan, K.R.
: Temples of South India.
11. Krishnadeva
: Temples of North India.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
13024: HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF INDIA (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0=4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Aims and Scope of Historical Archaeology.
UNIT-II:
1. Archaeology of the Second Urbanization Period: Rajagriha.
2. Archaeology of the Mauryan Period: Pataliputra, Taxila.
UNIT-III:
1. Archaeology of the Satavahana Period: Amaravati, Sannati, Arikamedu.
2. Archaeology of the Gupta Period: Nalanda, Saranath.
UNIT-IV:
1. Archaeology of Ganga Period: Talakad.
2. Archaeology of Medieval Period-Hampi.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Ancient India No.2, 4 and relevant numbers.
2. Excavation Reports of the sites referred to above.
3. John Marshall
: Taxila.
4. Relevant volumes of the Archaeological Survey of India and Memories.
5. Majumdar
: A Guide to Saranath.
6. Longhurst, A.H.
: Hampi Ruins.
7. Ghosh, A.
: The city in Early Historical India.
8. Devaraj, D.V. (Ed.) : Archaeological Excavations at Talakad.
9. Narasimha Murthy, A.V. (Ed.): Banavasi Excavations, DAM, Mysore, 1997.
10. State Archaeology: Progress of Researches, Vijayanagara volumes.
11. PÀ£ÀßqÀ «±Àé«zÁ央AiÀÄ, ºÀA¦ : PÀ£ÁðlPÀ ZÀjvÉæ, ¸ÀA¥ÀÄl-1 ªÀÄvÀÄÛ 2.
12. Takur, V.K. : Urbanization in Ancient India.
13. Margabandhu, C.: Archaeology of Kshatrapa-Satavahana Sites.
14. Archaeological Survey of India: All Guide Books.
15. Talakad Excavations.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
THE RASHTRAKUTAS (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Sources, Historiography-Origin of the Dynasty.
UNIT-II:
1. Political History, Dantidurga to Karkka-II.
2. The end of the Dynasty-Reasons.
UNIT-III:
1. Administration.
2. Social, Economic and Religious Conditions.
UNIT-IV:
1. Art and Architecture.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Altekar, A.S.
: Rashtrakutas and their times.
2. Yazdani (Ed.)
: Early History of the Deccan.
3. Diwakar,R.R.(Ed.)
: Karnataka through the Ages.
4. Goswami, A.
: Rashtrakuta Art.
5. Nilakanta Sastri , K.A.
: A History of South India.
6. Desai, P.B.(Ed).
: A History of Karnataka.
7. Rajasekara
: Rashtrkuta Art in Karnatka.
8. Gangooli, O.C.
: Art of the Rashtrakutas.
9. Madan
: A History of the Rashtrakutas.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
CHALUKYAS OF KALYANA (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Sources-Historiography-Origin of the Dynasty.
UNIT-II:
1. Political History of Dynasty from Taila-II to the end of the Dynasty.
2. Administration.
UNIT-III:
1. Social, Economic, Literary and Religious Conditions.
UNIT-IV:
1. Art and Architecture.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Yazdai, G. (Ed.)
: Early History of the Deccan.
2. Nilakanta Sastry, K.A.
: A History of South Inda.
3. Diwakar, R.R.(Ed.)
: Karnataka through the Ages.
4. Epigraphia Indica relevant volumes.
5. Cousens, H.
: Chalukyan Architecture.
6. Gopal, B.R.
: The Chalukyas of Kalyana and Kalachuris.
7. Gevard Faekema
: The Chalukya Architecture.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
THE SEVUNAS (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Sources-Historiography-Chronology and Genealogy-Origin
2. Early History.
UNIT-II:
1. Political History from Bhillamma-V to Ramachandra.
2. The end of the Dynasty.
UNIT-III:
1. Administration-Social-Religious and Economic Conditions.
UNIT-IV:
1.
Literature and Art.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Narasimha Murthy, A.V.
: The Seunas of Devagiri.
2. Ritti, S.H.
: The Seunas.
3. Varma, O.P.
: Yadavas of Devagiri.
4. Fleet, J.F.
: Dynasties of the Kanarese Districts of the
Bombay Presidency.
5. Yazdani, G.(Ed.)
: Early History of the Deccan.
6. Bhandarkar, R.G.
: Early History of the Deccan.
7. Deglurkar, D.
: Hemadpant Temples.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
THE VIJAYANAGARA (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Sources.-Foundation-Origin.
UNIT-II:
1. The various dynasties of the Vijayanagara.
2. Krishnadevaraya and Aravidu Dynasty
3. Administration.
UNIT-III:
1. Social and Economic Conditions.
2. Religion.
3. Literature and Language.
UNIT-IV:
1. Art, Architecture and Painting.
2. Decline-Causes and Results.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Nilakanta Sastry, K.A.
2. Ramachandraiah, O.
3. Mahalingam,T.V.
4. Mahalingam, T.V.
5. Heras, H.
6. Heras, H.
7. Srikantaiah, S.
8. Venkataramanayya, N.
9. Venkataramanayya, N.
10. Sewell, R.
11. Longhurat, H.
12. S.H.Ritti and b.R.Gopal (ICHR)
13. Parabrahma Sastri, P.V.(ICHR)
: Further Sources of Vijayanagara history.
: Studies on Krishnadevaraya.
: Economic Life of Vijayanagara.
: Administration and Social Life in Vijayanagara.
: Aravidu Dynasty.
: Beginnings of Vijayanagara.
: Founders of Vijayanagara.
: Kampili and Vijayanagara.
: Studies in the Third Dynasty of Vijayanagara.
: A forgotten Empire.
: Hampi Ruins.
: Inscriptions of Vijayanagara Rulers, Vols. I-III.
: Inscriptions of Vijayanagara Rulers, Vols. IV.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-II
13011: HISTORICAL METHOD (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. History-Definition-Nature and Scope
2.
3.
Use of History
Historians and Historiography-Greek and Roman
UNIT-II:
Historical Research: Fundamental concepts
1. On research
2. Objectivity and Subjectivity
3. Causation
4. Qualities of a Researcher
UNIT-III:
Research Methodology
1. Historical Methodology-Heuristics, Criticism (Internal and External), Synthesis and
Exposition.
2. Preliminary, Analytical and Synthetical Operations and their components.
UNIT-IV:
Preparing Research Report
1. Finalizing the draft of the Report
2. Method of Chapterization and Citation
3. Indexing and bibliographical nuances
4. A Model Research Report
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Langlois and Seignobos
2. Black, J.B.
3. Colling Wood, R.G.
4. R.C.Majumdar & A.N.Srivasta
5. Garragjan
6. Sastry, K.A.N.& Ramanna, H.S.
7. Orump, C.G.
8. Trevelyan
9. Hulme
9. Gooch, G.P.
10. Fling
11. Thomson
: Introduction to the Study of History.
: The Art of History.
: The Idea of History.
: Historiography, 1988.
: Historical Method.
: Historical Method with Special reference to India.
: History and Historical Research.
: Present position of History.
: History and its Neighbors.
: History and Historians of 19th century,
2nd Edition, 1947.
: The Writing of History (Yale University, 1923)
: History of Historical Writing.
12. Renier, G.T.
13. Sheikh Ali
: History, Its Purpose and Method.
: History its Theory and Method
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-II
13012- ARCHAEOLOGY-METHODS (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0=4 Credits)
UNIT-I: Exploration
1. Nature of Archaeological Sites-Open Air, Caves, Mounds, Ash Mounds etc.
2. Site Discovery Methods: Use of Literary Sources, Folk traditions, Village to village Survey,
Geophysical Methods.
3. Exploration Methods-Use of Maps, Aerial Photography, Under Water Archaeology, Remote
Sensing.
4. Surveying materials.
UNIT-II: Excavation
1. Methods of Excavation-Vertical and Horizontal Excavations, Excavation of burial sites.
2. Recording Methods-Stratigraphy, Three dimensional recording.
3. Excavation Staff, Excavation tool kit.
4. Pottery yard.
UNIT-III: Documentation
1. Trench book/Site book/Antiquity recording.
2. Trench drawing.
3. Photography.
UNIT-IV: Publication
1. Report writing-Types and components.
2. Historical and Archaeological Journalism.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Atkinson, R.J.C.
: Field Archaeology.
2. Wheeler, Sir Mortimer
: Archaeology from the Earth.
3. Plenderleith, H.
: Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art.
4. Crawford, O.G.S.
: Archaeology in the Field.
5. Glynn Daniel
: The Origin and Growth of Archaeology.
6. Ancient India (Relevant Volumes).
7. Raman,K.V.
: Principles and Methods of Archaeology, Madras.
8. Padigar, S.V.
: Puratatva Sastra Sodhane, Dharwad.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-II
SOUTH EAST ASIA (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Sources
2. Antiquity of Indian Cultural Contacts
3. Routes and Date of Colonization process
UNIT-II
1. Funan
2. The Kingdom of Kambuja
3. Champa
UNIT-III
1. Java and Sumatra
2. Borneo
UNIT-IV
1. Burma
2. Thailand
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Majumdar, R.C.
2. Mjumdar, R.C.
3. Sastry.K.A.N.
4. Sastry, K.A.N.
5. Narasimha Murthy, A.V.
6. Sarkar, H.
7. Briggs, L.P.
8. Zimmer, H.
9. Hall, D.G.E.
10. Le May, R.
11. Rawson, P.
12. Coedes, G.
13. Majumdar, R.C.
14. Harvey, H.
: Hindu Colonies in the Far East.
: Ancient Indian Colonization in South East Asia.
: Kingdom of Srivijaya.
: South Indian Influence in the Far East.
: Samskritika Brihadbharata.
: Indian Influences on the Literature of Java and Bali.
: Ancient Khmer Empire.
: Art of Indian Asia.
: History of South East Asia.
: Culture of South East Asia.
: Art of South East Asia.
: Hinduised Kingdom of South East Asia.
: Suvarnadvipa, Vols.1 and 2.
: History of Burma.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
ODD SEMESTER-III
80243: INDIAN NUMISMATICS (UPTO 1336) (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Antiquity of Coinage in India
2. Contributions to Political, Administrative, Economic and Religious History of Ancient India
UNIT-II
1. Punch Marked Coins-Chronology, Significance of Symbols etc.
2. Coins of the Indo-Greeks and the Kushanas
UNIT-III
1. Satavahana Coins, Roman Coins in India
2. Gupta Coins
UNIT-IV
1. Coins of the Kadamba, Ganga and Chalukya
2. Coins of the Chola, Hoysala and Sevuna
BOOKS FOR STUDY:
1. Narain, A.K.
: Indo Greek Coins.
2. Bhandarkar, D.R.
: Carmichael Lectures on Indian Numismatics.
3. Altekar, A.S.
: The Bayana Hoard of Gupta Coins.
4. Rapson, E.G.
: Coins of India.
5. Allan, J.
: Gupta Coins.
6. Narasimha Murthy, A.V.
: Coins of Karnataka.
7. Gupta, PL.
: Coins.
8. Brown, C.J.
: Coins of India.
9. Allan, J.
: Coins of Ancient India.
10. Elliot, Walter
: South Indian Coins.
11. Sircar, D.C.
: Indian Numismatics.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-II
80225: INDIAN PALAEOGRAPHY (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Definition and importance of Paleography
2. Origin and antiquity of writing in India
UNIT-II
1. North Indian Scripts:Ashokan Brahmi and Gupta Brahmi
2. Evolution of Kannada Script: Satavahana to Hoysala and Vijayanagara to Wodeyar Period.
UNIT-III
1. Ancient Numerals
2. Dating and Eras
UNIT-IV
1. Writing Materials- Engraving-Forged records-Seals.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
Sircar, D.C.
: Indian Epigraphy, Delhi, 1965
Pandey, R.B.
: Indian Palaeography, Varanasi, 1957
Gokhale, S.
: Indian Numerals
Diringer, D.
: The Alphabet
Sivaramamurthi, C. : Indian Epigraphy and South Indian Scripts, Madras, 199
Narasimha Murthy, A.V.: Kannada Lipiya Ugama mattu Vikasa, Mysore, 1998
Rao, S.R.
: Lothal and Indus Civilization, Bombay, 1973
Presidential Addresses adnPrasastis (delivered to/at the annual congresses of
Epigraphical Society of India, Dharwad, 1986)
9. Journals of the Epigraphical Society of India, Mysore
10. Richard Solomon
: Indian Epigraphy, Delhi
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-II
80226: INDIAN PAINTING (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
1. Introduction-Texts-Vishnudharmottara
2. Prehistoric Paintings
UNIT-II
1. Bagh and Ajanta Paintings
2. Badami Chalukya-Pallava-Chola-Hoysala
UNIT-III
1. Vijayanagara-Nayak Periods
2. Rajput Painting
UNIT-IV
1. Moghul Painting
2. Kangra Paintings-Ragamalas.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Sivarama Murthy, C.
2. Brown, C.J.
3. Mehta, N.C.
4. Archer, W.G.
5. Randhwa, M.S.
6. Archer, W.G.
7. Coomaraswamy, A.K.
8. Gangoly, C.C.
9. Gangology, C.C.
10. Motichandra
11. Stella Kramrisch
12. Rai Krishna Das
13. Yazdani, G.
14. Yazdani, G.
15. Lady Herringhan
16. Binyon, L.
: Indian painting.
: Indian Painting.
: Studies in Indian Paintings.
: Indian Miniatures.
: Kangra Paintings.
: Indian Paintings.
: Rajput Paintings.
: Rajput Paintings.
: Ragas and Rainis.
: Indian Painting.
: Vishnudharmottara, Part-III.
: Moghul Miniatures.
: Ajanta.
: Early History of the Deccan, Vol.2.
: Ajanta Frescocs.
: The Court Painters of the Moghuls.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-II
80227: PUNCH MARKED COINS (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
Historical background of India from 6th Century BC to 1st Century BC
UNIT-II
Punch-marked Coins-Materials-Technique-Physical features-Dristribution-Chronology.
UNIT-III
Punch Marked Coins of Northern, Central and Southern India-Distribution-SymbolsPolitical Affiliations-Chronology.
UNIT-IV
Economic and Cultural implications of Punch-marked Coins
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Bhandarkar, R.G.
: Carmichael Lectures on Ancient Indian Numismatics
2. Sircar,D.C.
: Indian Coins
3. Gupta, P.L.
: Coins
4. Altekar, A.S.
: Origin and Early History of Coinage in India
5. Chattopadhyaya, B. : Coins and Currency System in South India
6. Rapson, E.J.
: Indian Coins
7. Elliot, W.
: Coins of Southern India
8. Gupta, P.L.
: The Punch-marked Coins in Kerala
9. Gupta, P.L.
: The Punch-Marked Coins in Andhra Pradesh
10. Nilakanta Sastri, K.A. : The Age of Nanada and Mauryas
11. Journal of the Numismatic Society of India (relevant Volumes)
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
13031: PRE AND PROTO HISTORY OF INDIA (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Quaternary Period, Evolution of Man.
2. Lower Paleolithic Cultures: Typo-Technology, Sites-Attirampakkam, Potwar
Plateau, Hunsgi-Baichabal Valley.
3. Middle Palaeolithic Cultures: Typo-technology, Sites-16 R, Samnapur, Jwalapuram.
4. Upper Palaeolithic Cultures: Typo-Technology, Sites-Kurnool Caves, Baghor, Patne.
UNIT-II:
1. Mesolithic Culture-Typo-technology, rock art, Sites-Bhimbetka, Bagor, Langhnaj,
Sarai Nahar Rai, Damdama, Mahadaha, Teri Sites.
UNIT-III:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Neolithic Culture of Kashmir Valley-Burzahom.
Neolithic Culture of North and East India-Characteristics, Ceramics,
Sites-Lahuradewa, Chirand, Mahagara.
Neolithic Culture of South India-Characteristics, Ceramics, Sites-T.Narasipur,
Sanganakallu, Ramapuram, Ashmounds.
Chalcolithic Cultures of Rajasthan and Maharashtra-Characteristics, Ceramics,
Balathal and Inamgaon.
UNIT-IV:
1. Iron Age-Megalithic Cultures-Vidarbha and South India-Burial typology, CeramicsBhagimohri, Kodumanal.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
D.P.Agarwal: Archaeology in India.
H.D.Sankalia: Pre-history and proto history of India and Pakistan.
H.D.Sankalia: Stoneage tools, their techniques, names and functions.
Allchin and Bridget Allchin: Rise of Civilization in India and Pakistan.
M.Wheeler: Early India and Pakistan.
Misra, V.N. (ed.): Indian Prehistory (1964).
Diliph, K.CHakrabarti: Indian Archeological History ‘Paleolithic beginnings to Early
Historic foundations (2009).
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
80262: SOUTH INDIAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE (HC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Fundamentals-Three Schools-Dravida-Vesara-Nagara
2. Amaravati and Nagarjunakonda-Schools of Art
UNIT-II:
1. Badami Chalukya
2. Pallava
3. Rashtrakuta
UNIT-III:
1. Chola
2. Kalyana Chalukya
3. Hoysala
UNIT-IV:
1. Vijayanagara
2. Islamic Art in Karnataka
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Soundararajan, K.V.
: Indian Temple Styles.
2.
: Indian Architecture, 2 Vols.
Percy Brown
3. Mahalingam, T.V.
: South Indian Temple Complex.
4. Stella Kumarisch
: Hindu Temples.
5. Sarkar, H.
: Buddhist Art of Nagarjunakona.
6. Ferguson. J.
: Indian and Eastern Architecture.
7. Gupte, R.S.
: Art and Architecture of Aihole.
8. Cousens
: Chalukyan Architecture of Banarese Districts.
9. Rea,A.
: Pallava Architecture.
10. Srinivasan, K.R.
: Pallava Cave Temples.
11. Balasubramanyam, S.R.
: Early Chola Art.
12. Balasubramnyam, S.R.
: Middle Chola Art.
13. Zimmer
: Art of Indian Asia.
14. Padigar, S.V.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
D03: PROJECT WORK (HC)
(L:T:P: 0:1:3 =4 Credits)
A dissertation based on practical/field study of monuments Museum, Coins, inscriptions
and other allied source material prepared under the guidance of a teacher in the P.G.
Department of Ancient History and Archeology about 60 pages typed in A4 size paper,
Marks 100. (For Dissertation: 50 Marks, IA:30 Marks and for Viva-voce: 20 Marks=100
Marks)
The Dissertation will be valued as per rules. The viva-voce will be conducted by
Chairperson of the Department of Studies (DOS) and Board of Studies (BOS), concerned
guides and one external examiner.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
80263: MUSEOLOGY (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
Aim and Scope of Museology.
1. Kinds of Museums-Archaeological, Natural History, Industrial, Technological.
2. Indian Legislative Measures relating to Museum Objects-Treasure trove act, ancient
monuments and sites preservation act, Antiquities export control act, Antiquities
registration act.
UNIT-II:
1. Acquisition an display of objects.
2. Preparation of Cards, Registers and other documents.
UNIT-III:
1. Museum Organization and Management.
2. Security Measures and Upkeeps.
UNIT-IV:
1. Preservation and Conservation of Museum Objects.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Basu, J.N.
: Indian Museums Movement.
2. Gilman, B.I.
: Museum Ideals, Purpose and Method.
3. Markham, S.F.and Hargreaves
: Museums of India.
4. Murray, D.
: Museums, Their History and Use (3 Vols.).
5. Satya Prakash
: Museum and Society.
6. Grace Morley
: Museum To-day.
7. Sircar, H.
: Museums in India..
8. Zahir, M.
: Museum Management.
9. Journal of Indian Museum-Vol.71 and relevant volumes.
10. Anil Roy Choudhry
: Art, Museum Documentation and Practical
Training.
11. Bowers, J. and Daifuker
: Museums Techniques and Fundamental Education.
12. Burns, N.J.
: Field Manual for Museums.
13. Dorothy, H. (et.al.)
: Museum Registration Methods.
14. Howard Foster
: Museum Security.
15. Muscutt
: Display Techniques.
16. Satya Murthy & Ayyappan
: Hand Book of Museum Techniques.
17. Winstanley Barbara
: Hand Book of Museum Curators.
18. Gairola, T.R.
: Hand Book of Chemical Conservation
of Museum Objects.
19. Plenderleith, H.J.
: Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art.
20. Archaeological Survey of India
: Conservation Manual.
21. UNESCO Publication
: The Care of Paintings.
22. Sugden, Robert
: Care and Handling of Art Objects.
23. Sathya Murthy
: Preservation of Biological Specimen.
24. Moss, A.A.
: Hand Book of Museum Curators.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
80264: VIJAYANAGARA ART AND ARCHITECTURE (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
Introduction:
1. Political and Cultural Background.
2. Vijayanagara School-Nature.
UNIT-II:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Origin and Development of Vijayanagara School.
Salient Features.
Material and technique.
Chronological and Geographical Distribution.
UNIT-III:
1. Study of Temple Architecture.
2. Sculpture, Iconography.
UNIT-IV:
1. Paintings and Bronzes.
2. Influence of Vijayanagara School on Later Period.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Diwakar,R.R.(Ed.) Pub. by Govt. of Karnataka: Karnataka through the Ages.
2. Brown, P.
: Indian Architecture.
3. Smith, V.A.
: History of Fine Art in Indian and Ceylon.
4. Vijaynagara Sex Centenary Volume.
5. Srinivasan, K.R.
: Temples of South India, N.B.T.
6. Mahalingam,T.V.
: The South Indian Temple Complex.
7. Longhurst, A.H.
: Hampi Ruins.
8. Sewell, R.
: A forgotten Empire.
9. Harle, J.C.
: Temple Gateways in South India.
10. Michel
: Art and Architecture of Southern India.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
D06 : CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Introduction: Definition and Scope of Preservation and Conservation.
2. Classification of Antiquities.
3. Classification of Monuments and Structure.
UNIT-II:
1. Courses of Decay
2. Physical, Chemical and Biological deteriorating agencies.
3. Pollution-Monitoring and Control.
4. Temperature, Environment and Climatic conditions
UNIT-III:
1. Metal Antiquities-Gold, Silver, Copper, Bronze, Iron, Lead, Alloys
2. Organic Antiquities-Bone, Leather, Paper, Palm leaves, Ivory etc. . . .
3. Conservation of monuments
4. General Conservation of Heritage Structures
5. Material used for Conservation
UNIT-IV:
Preventive conservation of Antiquities and Art objects.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. F.H.Gravely, C.Sivaramamurti : Guide to the Archaeological Galleries
2. A.Aiyappan and S.T.Satyamurti (Ed.): Handbook of Museum Techniques
3. Dr.Y.Jeyaraj (Ed).: International Seminar on Conservation of Art Objects with Special
reference to their Authentication (Abstracts)
4. Dr.V.Jeyaraj : Care of Paintings
5. Dr.V.Jeyraj and Prof.B.Ramesh Babu: Preventive Conservation of Information of
Information Materials with Special Reference to Manuscripts
6. P.Jawahar : The Preservation of Zoological Specimens
7. Dr.V.Jeyraj : Handbook of Conservation in Museums
8. O.P. Agrawal : Preservation of Art Objects and Library Materials
9. N.Harinarayana and Dr.V.Jeyraj (Ed.): Care of Museum Objects
10. B.V.Kharbade and S.K.Bhatia: Preventive Conservation of Museum Objects
11. H.J.Plenderleith : The Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art.
12. Nathan Stolow : Conservation and Exhibitions.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
D07: MATHURA SCHOOL OF ART (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
Introduction:
1. Mathura School
2. Characteristics
3. Nature
UNIT-II:
1. The Chronological and Geographical distribution of products
2. Origin of the Mathura School
UNIT-III:
1. Architecture
2. Sculpture
3. Terracotta Art.
UNIT-IV:
1. The indigenous folk element in the Mathura School.
2. Influence of Mathura Art on other Schools.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Agrawala, V.S.
Sastri, K.A.N.(Ed.)
Coomaraswamy, A.K.
Zimmer, H.
Smith, V.A.
Bachhofer, L.
Sivaramamurti, C.
Rowland, B.
Harle, J.C.
: Indian Art.
: A Comprehensive History of India.
: History of Indian and Indonesian Art.
: The Art of Indian Asia.
: History of Fine Art in India and Ceylon.
: Mathura Excavations.
: 5000 Years of Art of India.
: The Art and Architecture of India.
: Art and Architecture of Indian Sub-continent.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
D08: GUPTA SCHOOL OF ART (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
Introduction:
1. Political and Cultural background
2. The Gupta School-Components, Characteristics
UNIT-II:
1. The Evolution and Transformation of the Gupta School
2. The Material and Technique.
UNIT-III:
1. Temple Architecture-Study of the important Gupta Temples at Sanchi, Tigowa, Nachna
Kuthana, Bhitargaon, Deogarh, Rajgir, Kasia etc.
2. The Sculpture-Iconography-New ideals of Gupta Sculpture-Classical mode.
UNIT-IV:
1. The Paintings of the Gupta School-Techniques-Speciality.
2. Terracotta Art of the Guptas.
3. Impact of Gupta Art and Architectural Tradition.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Brown, P.
Zimmer, H.
Coomaraswamy, A.K.
Majumdar, R.C. (Ed.)
Saraswati, S.K.
Rowland, B.
Goetz, Hermann
Kramrisch, Stella
Havell,E.B.
10. Altekar, A.S.
11. Harle, J.C.
12. Marg
13. Harle, J.C.
14. Susan Huntingtor
: Indian Architecture.
: The Art of Indian Asia, Vols. I, II.
: History of Indian and Indonesian Art.
: Classical Age.
: Survey of Indian Sculpture, Calcutta, 1957.
: The Art and Architecture of India, London, 1953.
: Five Thousand Years of Indian Art, London, 1964.
: The Art of India, London, 1954.
: Indian Sculpture and Painting, (2nd
Edition), London, 1954.
: Gupta Vakataka Age.
: Gupta Sculpture.
: Bagh Paintings.
: Art and Architecture of the Indian Sub-continent.
: Art of Ancient India.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
D09 : BADAMI CHALUKYA ART AND ARCHITECTURE (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
Introduction:
1. Political and Cultural background.
2. Chalukyan Style-Nature-Artists.
UNIT-II:
1. The Origin and development of Chalukyan School.
2. Salient Features.
3. Technique and materials.
UNIT-III:
1. Geographical and chronological distribution of the Chalukyan Monuments.
2. Architecture-Study of the important temples-rock cut and structural.
UNIT-IV:
1. Sculpture-Iconography-Hindu, Jaina.
2. Paintings of the Chalukyas.
3. Impact of Chalukyan School on Karnataka Art.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Cousens, H.
: Chalukyan Architcture.
2. Brown, P.
: Indian Architecture.
3. Rea, A.
: Chalukyan Architecture.
4. Coomaraswamy, A.K.
: History of Indian and Indonesian Art.
5. Shivaram Karanta
: Chalukya Vastu mattu Shilpa.
6. Cousens, H.
: The Ancient Temples of Aihole and Pattadakal,
ASI-AR, 1907-8.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
D10: PALLAVA ART AND ARCHITECTURE (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
Introduction:
1. Political and Cultural background.
2. Pallava School-Nature.
UNIT-II:
1. Origin of Palllava Art.
2. Characteristic features of Pallava School.
3. Geographical and Chronological distribution of Pallava monuments.
UNIT-III:
1. Study of Pallava Temple Architecture-rock cut, monolithic, structural temples:
1. Mahenda Style.
2. Rajasimha Style.
3. Aparajita Style. (Nandivarman Style)
UNIT-IV:
1. Pallava Sculpture-Iconography.
2. Painting and Bronzes of the Pallava School.
3. Influence of Pallava Art.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Srinivasan, KR.
2. Longhurst
3. Mahalingam,T.V.
4. Havell, E.B.
5. Brown, P.
6. Sivaramamurti, C.
7. Srinivasan,K.R.
8. Smith, V.A.
9. Coomaraswamy,A.K.
10. Harle,J.C.
: The Pallava Architecture of South India (A.I. 14)
: Pallava Architecture.
: South Indain Temple Complex.
: Hand Book of Indian Art.
: Indian Architecture.
: Mahabalipuram.
: South Indian Temples, NBT.
: History of Fine Art in India and Ceylon.
: History of Indian and Indonesian Art.
: Art and Architecture of Indian Sub-continent.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
EVEN SEMESTER-IV
D11: CHOLA ART AND ARCHITECTURE (SC)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
Introduction:
1. Political and Cultural background.
2. Chola School-Nature and Components.
UNIT-II:
1. Origin and Development of Chola School.
2. Salient Features of Chola Art.
UNIT-III:
1. Study of important Chola Monuments.
2. Sculpture-Iconography.
UNIT-IV:
1. Paintings and Bronzes of the Cholas.
2. Influence of Chola School on other Schools.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Srinivasan, K.R.
: South Indian Temples (NBT).
2. Rowland, B.
: The Art and Architecture of India, London, 1953.
3. Saraswathi, S.K.
: Survey of Indian Sculpture, Calcutta, 1954.
4. Sivaramamurti, C.S.
: South Indian Bronzes,New Delhi, 1963.
5. Gangoly,C.C.
: South Indian Bronzes.
6. Sastri, K.A.N.
: The Cholas.
7. Sivaramamurti, C.
: Chola Temples.
8. Sivaramamurti, C.
: Indian Sculptures.
9. Balasubramanyam,S.R.
: Early Chola Temples.
10. Balasubramanyam,S.R.
: Middle Chola Temples.
11. Dhaky, M.A.
: Chola Sculpture.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
OPEN ELECTIVES- ODD SEMESTER-III
HISTORY OF KARNATAKA (From 975 A.D. to 1336 A.D.) (OE)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I
Sources
1. Archeological
2. Literary
UNIT-II
Chalukyas of Kalyana-Political History
1. Tailapa-II to Someshwara-II
2. Vikramaditya-VI
3. Social and Economic conditions
4. Religious conditions
UNIT-III
Hoysalas-Political History
1. Ballala-I
2. Vishnuvardhana
3. Ballala-II and Ballala-III
4. Administration.
5. Social and Economic conditions
6. Religious conditions
7. Art and Architecture
UNIT-IV
1. Seunas-Political History -Bhillama-V-Singhana-II and Ramachandra
2. Social and Economic conditions
3. Religious conditions
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. G.Yazdani (Ed.)
:
Early History of the Deccan.
2. K.A.Nilakanta Sastry
:
A History of South India.
3. R.R.Diwakar (Ed.)
:
Karnataka through the Ages.
4. Epigraphia Indica - relevant volumes.
5. H.Cousens
:
Chalukyan Architecture.
6. J.D.M.Derrett
:
The Hoysalas, O.U.P.1957.
7. Coelbo
:
Hoysala Vamsa.
8. Sheik Ali (Ed.)
:
The.Hoysala Dynasty, Mysore.
9. P.B.Desai., et.al.
:
A History of Karnataka, Dharwar.
10. R.Narasimhachar
:
Monographs on Belur,
Somanathapur and Doddagaddavalli Temples.
11. Mackenzie, T.S.F.
:
Descriptions of the Halebid temple (1873).
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
OPEN ELECTIVES- ODD SEMESTER-III
THE HOYSALAS (OE)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Sources, Historiography of the Hoysalas.
2. Origin of the Hoysala Dynasty.
3. The rise of the Hoysalas-The Early Rulers.
UNIT-II:
1. The imperial status of the Hoysalas under Ballala-I, Vishnuvardhana, Narasimha-I.
2. The reign of Ballal-II and Narasimha-II.
3. The Decline of the Hoysala Dynasty.
UNIT-III:
1. The Administration.
2. Social and Economic Conditions.
3. Languages and Literature.
UNIT-IV:
1. Art and Architecture-Contribution of the Hoysala School to Indian Art.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Derrett,J.D.M.
: The Hoysalas,O.U.P., 1957.
2. Coelho
: Hoysala Vamsa.
3. Shiek Ali (Ed.)
: The Hoysala Dynasty, Mysore.
4. Govt. of Mysore
: Karnataka through the Ages, Bangalore.
5. P.B.Desai(Ed.)
: A History of Karnatka, Dharwar.
6. Sastri, K.A.N.
: A History of South India, O.U.P.
7. Narasimhachar, R.
: Monographs on Belur, Somanathpur and
Doddagaddavalli.
8. Mackenzie,T.S.F.
: Description of the Halebid Temple (1873).
9. Settar, S.
: Hoysala Temples.
10. Gevard Faekema
: A Guide to Hoysala temples.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
OPEN ELECTIVES- EVEN SEMESTER-II
CHALUKYAS OF BADAMI (OE)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Sources, Historiography.
UNIT-II:
1. Beginnings of the Dynasty-Origin-Jayasimha-Ranaranga-Pulakeshin-I-Kritivarma-IMangalesha.
2. Pulakeshi-II-His Military Exploits-Greatness.
UNIT-III:
1. Vikramaditya-II-Vinayaditya –Vijaditya-Vikramaditya-II-Kritivarman-II-The end of the
Dynasty.
2. Administration.
UNIT-IV:
1. Social, Economic Literary and Religious Conditions.
2. Art, Architecture and Painting.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Diwakar, R.R. (Ed.)
: Karnataka through the Ages.
2. Epigraphia Indica relevant volumes.
3. Epigraphia Carnatica relevant volumes.
4. Desai, P.B.(Ed.)
: A History of Karnataka.
5. Nilakanta Sastri, K.A.
: A History of South India.
6. Gupta, R.S.
: Chalukyan Art at Aihole.
7. Ramesh, K.V.
: The Chalukays of Vatapi.
8. Dikshit, D.P.
: A Political History of the Chalukyas of Badami.
9. Michell, G.
: Early Western Chalukya.
10. Brown, P.
: Indian Architecture, Vol.I.
11. Rajasekhara, S.
: Art of Aihole.
12. Rajendra Prasad
: Chalukyan Art of Andhradesa.
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
OPEN ELECTIVES- EVEN SEMESTER-II
EARLY INDIAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE (OE)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I: Introduction
1. Feature
2. Sources
UNIT-II: Early Phase
1. Harappan Art and Architecture
2. Mauryan Art and Architecture
3. Early Buddhist Caves of Western India
UNIT-III: School of Art
1. Gandhara
2. Mathura
3. Amaravathi
UNIT-IV: Evolved Temple Art and Architecture
1. Gupta Temple and Sculpture
2. Chalukyan Temples
3. Orissan Temple
4. Rashtrakuta, Pallava and Chola Art
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Majumdar, R.C. (Ed.) : History and Culture of the Indian People, Vols. I-V, Bombay
1952-64
2. Dasgupta, S.N.
: Fundamentals of Indian Art
3. Brown Percy
: Indian Architecture, Vol.I (Buddhist and Hindu), Bombay, 1942
4. Rowland, B.
: Art and Architecture of India, Harmondsworth, 1970
5. Zimmer, H.
: Art of Indian Asia, New York, 1955
6. Saraswati, S.L.
: A Survey of Indian Sculpture, Delhi.1950
7. Huntington, S.
: The Art of Ancient India, New York, 1985
8. Harle, J.C.
: The Art and Architecture of the Indian Subcontinent,
Harmondsworth, 1986
9. Srinivasan, P.R.
: The Indian Temple Art and Architecture, Mysore, 1982
10. Krishna Deva, Temples of India, Delhi, 1995
11. Sivaramamurti, C.
: A Survey of Indian Painting, Delhi, 1970
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
OPEN ELECTIVES- EVEN SEMESTER-IV
HARAPPAN CIVILIZATION
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Harappan Studies.
2. Development of Pre-Harappan Culture and Early Harappan Culture.
UNIT-II:
1. Harappan Culture at its maturity-Extent-Important excavated sites-Town Planning and
important structures.
2. Political and Social Structure.
UNIT-III
1. Religion.
2. Economy-Crafts and Trade.
3. Script.
4. Funerary Customs.
UNIT-IV:
1. Devolution of Harappan Culture-Late Harappan Culture-Causes of Decline
2. Chronology
3. Survival and continuity of Harappan cultural elements.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1. Wheeler, R.E.M.
: The Indus Civilization, London, 1968
2. Rao, S.R.
: Lothal and Indus Civilization, Bombay, 1973
3. Lal, B.B. and S.P.Gupta (Ed.) :Frontiers of the Indus Civilization, Delhi, 1984
4. Ratnagarh, S.
: Encounters, Westerly Trade of the Harappans, Delhi
5. Ratnagarh, S.
: Political Organization of the Harappans, Pune
6. Ratnagarh,S.
: Understanding the Harappans, Delhi, 2000
7. Lal, B.B.
: The Earliest Civilization of South Asia, New Delhi, 1997
8. Lal, B.B.
: India 1947-1997: New Light on the Indus Civilization, New Delhi, 1998
9. Lal, B.B. : The Sarasvati flows on, The Continuity of Indian Culture, New Delhi, 2002
10. Possehl, G.L. Indus Age: The Writing System, New Delhi, 1996
11. Possehl, G.L. Indus Age: The Beginnings, New Delhi, 1999
12. Relevant Papers on Harappan Civilization published in Man and Environment and
Puratattva vols.
13. Archaeological Survey of India, Indian Archaeology-A Review (relevant vols.)
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ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
M.A.-CBCS
OPEN ELECTIVES- EVEN SEMESTER-IV
HOYSALA ART AND ARCHITECTURE (OE)
(L:T:P: 3:1:0 =4 Credits)
UNIT-I:
1. Genesis of Hoysala Architecture-Temple Forms-Dravida, Nagara, Bhumija, Vesara.
2. Relationship of Hoysala Art with Chalukya Art.
UNIT-II:
1. Principle features of Hoysala Style-Technique-Raw-Materials
2. Difference between the Later Chalukya and Hoysala Schools.
UNIT-III:
1. Chronology and Geographical distribution of Hoysala Monuments.
2. Special study of the temples at Belur, Halebid and Somanathapur.
UNIT-IV:
1. Hoysala Sculpture
2. Merits and Demerits of the Hoysala School of Art.
BOOKS FOR STUDY/REFERENCE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Narasimhachar, R.
: The Temples of Kesava at Somanathapur.
Cousens
: Chalukyan Architecture (Relevant portions only)
Narasimhachar, R.
: The Chennakesava Temple at Belur.
Annual Reports of the Department of Archaeology, Mysore, 1939-46.
Narasimhachar, R.
: Lakshmidevi Temple at Doddagadavalli.
Settar, S.
: Hoysala Temples.
Marg
: In Praise of Hoysala Art.
Kelleson Collyer
: Hoysala Artists-Their Identity Style.
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UNIVERSITY
OF MYSORE
DEPARTMENT OF STUDIES IN ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
Manasagangotri, MYSORE-570006
P.G.DIPLOMA IN EPIGRAPHY (NON-SEMESTER)
SYLLABUS
PAPER-III: SOUTH INDIAN EPIGRAPHY/INSCRIPTIONS
(CODE NO.:33033)
1. Brahmagiri and Maski Edicts of Asoka.
2. Banavasi Naga Inscription.
3. Halmidi Inscription.
4. Talagunda Inscription.
5. Bhattiprolu Inscription.
6. Badami Cliff Inscription of Pulakesi-I.
7. Aihole Inscription of Pulakesi-II.
8. British Museum Plates of Govinda-III.
9. Jura Prasasti of Krishna-III.
10. Penugonda Plates of Madhava.
11. Nagai Inscription of Vikramaditya-VI.
12. Arjunawada Inscription of Sevuna Krishna.
13. Sravabelagola Inscription of Bukka-I.
14. Belur Inscription of Vishnuvardhana.
15. Inscription of Kuvaralakshma.
16. Uttaramerur Inscription of Parantaka.
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