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Collection of Songs sung during various Askot-Arakot-Abhiyan Yatra.
Provides in brief the justification of developing a capital of newly formed state of Uttarakhand around Dudhatuli region. Raghuvir Chand is a professor of Geography in Kumaoon University and member of PAHAR editorial team and is based in Nainital district of Uttarakhand.
Brief introduction of two great folk artists Gopi Das and Mohan Singh Ritha Gadi. Late Brijendra Lal Sah was a well known poet, novelist, dramatist and music expert.
English translation of The Folk-Songs of Johar (Kumaon) with original songs and Introduction by D. N. Mazumdar. Mr. Kalyan Singh Pangtey was born on 10th December 1920 at Nanasem village of Munsyari (Pithoragarh). He was educated in Johar, Almora, Nainital and Lucknow. He was taught and inspired by Professor D. N. Majumdar in Lucknow University. […]
Memoirs of a Combat Cameraman and Documentary-Maker There was a child of the mountains, a peasant boy, who joined the Army, to go to war and win gallantry awards. But being literate, fate and destiny had something else in store. He became a teacher in uniform and drifted into the exciting world of mass communication.
A unique study of semi-nomadic yak herders of eastern Bhutan with foreword by Kumar Suresh Singh
Proceedings of International Seminar on the Forest History of the Mountain Regions on the World. [9th to 16th October, 2001, Nainital] Collection of articles on the forest history of the different mountain regions of the planet.
This is collection of selected poems of Gaurda, which has been introduced, selected and translated by Charu Chandra Pandey.
This is collection of selected poems of Gaurda, which has been introduced, selected and translated by Charu Chandra Pandey
Environmental and Socio-cultural Implications Study of Environmental and Socio-cultural impact due to the building of high dams in the Himalaya.
Overcoming Incomplete Knowledge and Unsound Beliefs A brief study of fragility of Himalaya with Alaknanda flood (1970) , Chipko movement and future of large projects in Himalayas.
Long poem related generally with social movements of Uttarakhand and specially with the Uttarakhand state movement. Girish Tiwari “Girda” is a famous poet, dramatist and cultural activist of Uttarakhand and also an active member of pahar editorial team.
History of Kali Kumaon region of Uttarakhand with 81 copper plates. Dr Ram Singh is a renowned historian and linguist. He retired as principal of Government college and is currently based in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand.
Selected poems of famous garhwali poet musician and singer Narendra Singh Negi. Narendra Singh Negi is one of the best known folk singer, poet, and musicians of Uttarakhand.
Description of 396 living personalities of Uttarakhand with brief introduction, address, contact details and inspirational statement. Chandan Dangi is Senior Manager with Hyundai and is actively involved in the activities of PAHAR.
Brief history of Mall dynasty of Uttarakhand. Madan Chandra Bhatt is a well known historian and retired principal and is currently based in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. Chandra Singh Chauhan is a young researcher.
Collection of selected Kumaoni Holi’s. Prayag Joshi is one of the prominent experts of Kumaoni and Garhwali folk lore, language, history, and travelogue writer. He retired as professor of Hindi and is settled in Haldwani (Nainital) of Uttarakhand.
Study of one of the very important ethnic group of hindukush himalayan region
D. D. Sharma is a renowned linguist and historian based in Haldwani (Nainital) district of Uttarakhand.
Brief biography of the great freedom fighter and hero of Peshwar (now part of Pakistan) episode of 1930. Published at the time of centenary celebration of Chandar Singh Garwali.
Deals with the identification of important copper plates dealing with the history of Uttarakhand and gives a more clear picture of pre 11th century Uttarakhand (with maps and copper plates). Tara Chandra Tripathi is a renowned historian and educationist.