RANA P. B. SINGH

Professor
Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Banaras Hindu University;
# Res.: New F - 7, Jodhpur Colony; B.H.U., Varanasi, UP 221005. India.
LL Tel: (+091)-542-2575 843. Cell: (+091)-9838 119474.
Fax: (0542)-2368010. Email: ranapbs@gmail.com

Academic Qualifications
S.No.Degree Institution Year
i M.A. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 1971
ii P.h.D. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 1974
Area of Specialisation:
(i) Modern Geographical Thought & scientific vision;
(ii) Cultural Landscape studies: India, Japan, Italy, Sweden, Korea.
(iii) Cultural Astronomy and Heritagescapes;
(iv) Sacred Geometry; (v) Pilgrimage Studies;
(vi) Indian culture, and Banaras as Mesocosm and Cultural Whole.

Project/s undertaken as PI/ Co-PI
1. "Land use and Farming Systems in Peri-urban areas around Varanasi City", May - Oct. 1999, & April 2000 - March 2002; sponsored by the Centre for Environmental Tech., Imperial College at Silwood Park (UK) through BCOD Programme (U.K.) (collaborators: Fiona Marshall, Chandra Sen).
2. "Cultural Astronomy & Pilgrimage Systems: The Bathers' Survey, Varanasi", November 1998 - June 2000; (collaborator: John McKim Malville), sponsored by the Univ. of Colorado, Boulder (USA) and SHPEH, through NSF - USA.
3. Interdisciplinary Project on 'Visualized Space and representation in Varanasi', 1999-2002; (collaborators: Axel Michaels, Hans-G. Bohle), sponsored by German Research Council: SAI, University of Heidelberg (Germany).

Award/ recognitions: 

(i) F.J.F., Japan Foundation Scientist Fellow, Okayama National University, Okayama, Japan 1980.
(ii) Visiting Professor, Geography & Environmental Systems, Virginia Tech (PI & SU), USA 1981.
(iii) Indo-Swedish Visiting Professor at Karlstad, Sweden: 1989, 1993, 1996, 2003, 2006.
(iv) Indo-Swedish Visiting Prof., Gothenburg University, Sweden: Oct. 2008, Oct. 2011.
(v) Ron Lister lecturer in Geography at University of Otago, New Zealand: Sept.-Oct. 1995.
(vi) Linnaus-Palme Visiting Professor, Karlstad University, Sweden: May 2002 and May-June 2005.
(vii) Indo-Japanese Exchange Professor at Gifu Women's University, Gifu, Japan, December 2004.
(viii) F.A.A.I., Academic Fellow: Accademia Ambrosiana (Milano, Italy), since January 2009; presented in a ceremonial seminar on 31 October 2009.
(ix) Indo-Japanese Exchange Professor at Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan, December 2010;
(x) Executive Member, A.A. Istituzione del Comitato Scientifico (Milano, Italy), 2010-12, II-term 2013-2015.
(xi) Vice-President ACLA- Asian Cultural Landscape Association, SNU Seoul, Korea, 2012-2016; and elected as F.A.C.L.A. in October 2013.
(xii) Delivered Keynote address and special lectures in the 5th World Congress of IFLA, International Federation of Landscape Architects; Auckland, NZ: 9-12 April 2013; myself the first South Asian who received this honour.
(xiii) Delivered Keynote address and special lectures in the 2nd IFLA-APR International Symposium on 'Rural Landscapes', SNU Seoul, Korea: 5-8 December 2011.
(xiv) Delivered Keynote address and special lectures in the ACLA International Symposium on 'Meanings & Aesthetics in Cultural Landscapes', SNU Seoul, Korea: 12-15 October 2013.


List of selected/ major publications (Max. 10; in perfect/full citation):

Total Publications:-Research monographs: 18; Ed. Research anthologies: 23; Research Papers: 246; Book Reviews: 187; General articles: 20; Articles in Hindi: 20; Obituaries: 33

A-1. Research Monographs:18.

01. Clan Settlements in the Saran Plain. A Study in Cultural Geography. National Geographical Society of India, NGSI, Varanasi, Publ. 18. 1977. ISBN: 81-86187-17-0.

02. Spatial Planning. An Approach towards Theory and its Application. (with R.L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 28. 1978. ISBN: 81-86187-27-8.

03. Rural Development in Indian Environment. A Case of Chamaon Gram Sabha. (with R.L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 27, 1977. ISBN: 81-86187-28-6.

04. Changing Frontiers of Indian Village Ecology. A Bihari Village. (with R.B. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 27. 1981. ISBN: 81-86187-26-X.

05. Changing Japanese Rural Habitat. The Agricultural Dimension. (with Shogo Yuihama). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 26. 1981. ISBN: 81-86187-25-1.

06. Where Cultural Symbols Meet. Literary Images of Varanasi. Cultural Traditions of India-1. Tara Book Agency, Varanasi. 1989. ISBN: 81-85403-36-8.

07. Sarnath. Cultural Heritage, Museum, Tourism. (with Prem Lata). Tara Book Agency, Varanasi. 1991. ISBN: 81-85403-79-1.

08. Panchakroshi Yatra, Varanasi. Sacred Journey, Ecology of Place and Faithscape. Tara Book Agency, Varanasi. 1991. ISBN: 81-85403-84-8.

09. Towards the Pilgrimage Archetype. Pancakrosi Yatra of Banaras. Pilgrimage & Cosmology Series: 3. Indica Books, Varanasi. 2002/ 2011. [A5 22x 15cm, 222pp., 19 tables, 72 figs./maps, 7 appendices]. ISBN: 81-86569-30-8. Price: Rs 275.oo/ US$ 15.

10. Where the Buddha Walked. A Companion to the Buddhist Places in India. Pilgrimage & Cosmology Series: 5. Indica Books, Varanasi. 2003. Reprinted with update, 2009. [A5 22x 15cm, 330pp., 110 figs./maps, 14 appendices]. ISBN: 81-86569-36-7. Price: Rs 375.oo/ US$ 20.

11. Cultural Landscapes and the Lifeworld. The Literary Images of Banaras. Pilgrimage and Cosmology Series: 6. Indica Books, Varanasi. 2004. [A5 22x 15cm, 398pp., 55 figs./ maps]. ISBN: 81-86569-45-6. Price: Rs 375.oo/ US$ 20.

12. Banaras, the Heritage City of India: Geography, History and Bibliography. Pilgrimage and Cosmology Series: 8. Indica Books, Varanasi. 2009. [A5 22x 15cm, 458pp., 13 tables, 32 figs., 7 appendices]. ISBN: 81-86569-85-5. Price: Rs 795.oo/ US$ 30.

13. Uprooting Geographic Thoughts in India: Toward Ecology and Culture in 21st century. Foreword: Prof. David Simon (Royal Holloway, University of London, U.K.). Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 1. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne U.K. 2009. [22 x 15cm, xvi + 325pp., 7 tables, 15 figs.] Hb, ISBN (10): 1-4438-0580-7: £39.99/$59.99. Pb. (13): 978-1-4438-0580-3: £19.99/$29.99. Pdf available from the author for strict personal use.

14. Geographical Thoughts in India: Snapshots and Vision for the 21st Century. Foreword: Prof. Martin J. Haigh (Oxford Brooke University, Oxford, U.K.). Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 2. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne U.K. 2009. [22 x 15cm, 16 tables, 58 figs., xvi + 429 pp.] Hb, ISBN (10): 978-1-4438-1118-1 : £44.99/$66.99. Pb, ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-1118-4: £29.99/$39.99. Pdf available from the author for strict personal use.

15. Banaras: Making of India's Heritage City. Foreword: Prof. Niels Gutschow (Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany). Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 3. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne U.K. 2009. [A4 29 x 21cm, xvi + 409pp., 60 tables, 123 figs.] Pb, ISBN (10): 1-4438-1321-4, ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-1321-1. Price: £64.99/ $99.99. Pdf available from the author for strict personal use.

16. Cosmic Order and Cultural Astronomy: Sacred Cities of India. Foreword: Prof. John McKim Malville (University of Colorado, Boulder, U.S.A.). Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 4. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne U.K. 2009. [22 x 15cm, xvi + 249pp., 15 tables, 72 figures.] ISBN (10): 1-4438-1417-2: £39.99/$59.99. ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-1417-1: £19.99/$29.99. Pdf available from the author for strict personal use.

17. *Indo-Kyosei Global Ordering: Gandhi's Vision, Harmonious Coexistence, & Ecospirituality. Foreword: TAKEMURA Makio (President, Toyo University, Japan). Supplement to Annual Report, 2010-11, Research Center for Kyosei Philosophy, Toyo University, Japan. 19 March 2011. Meitoku Publishing, Tokyo. [11x18 cm, 142pp., 10 tables, 13 figs.]. Pb. ISBN: 978-4-89619-792-1. Price: Rs 125/- Jp ¥ 400/ US$ 6. Pdf available from the author.

18. Hindu Tradition of Pilgrimage: Sacred Space and System. Foreword: Prof. Robert H. Stoddard (University of Nerbraska, USA); 10 essays and list of 108 Hindu pilgrimage places in India. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 9. Dev Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi. 25 April 2013. A5 22x15 cm, xiv + 400 pp, 20 tables, 48 figures. Hb, ISBN (13): 978-93-81406-25-0. Price: Rs 1275/-, US$ 35. Pdf available from the author for strict personal use.

19. Kashi & Cosmos. Ritualscape and Sacred Geography of Banaras. [in preparation], 2016-17?.

A-2 . Edited/ Co-edited Research Anthologies: 23.

01. Readings in Rural Settlement Geography. (with R. L. Singh, K. N. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 14. 1975. ISBN: 81-86187-13-8.

02. Geographic Dimensions of Rural Settlements. (with R. L. Singh, K. N. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 16. 1976. ISBN: 81-86187-15-4.

03. Man, Culture, and Settlement. Festschrift to R. L. Singh. (with R. C. Eidt, K.N. Singh). Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi for NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 17. 1977. ISBN: 81-86187-16-2.

04. Transformation of Rural Habitat in Indian Perspective. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi., Pub. 19. 1978. ISBN: 81-86187-18-9.

05. Place of Small Towns in India. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub.21, 1979. ISBN: 81-86187-20-0.

06. Rural Habitat Transformation in World Frontiers. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 30, 1980; ICRHS pub. 4, [an anthology of 42 essays; 18x24cm vi+596pp., 126 figs., 24 photos, 102 tables, index]. ISBN: 81-86187-29-4. Rs 300, US$ 50.

07. *Changing Scene of Rural Habitat in Developing Countries. (with Shogo Yuihama). Proceedings, 24th IGC Okayama University (Japan) Symposium, Dept. of Geography and IGU-WG: TRHDC. 1980.

08. Environmental Appraisal and Rural Habitat Transformation. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 32; ICRHS pub. 7, 1984. [an anthology of 26 essays; 18x24cm viii+282pp., 65 figs., 4 photos]. ISBN: 81-86187-31-6. Rs 150, US$ 25.

09. Trends in the Geography of Belief Systems: Festschrift to Angelika Sievers. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 34. 1987. Also published as National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 33 (3), ISSN: 0027-9374/1987/0729-0739; [an anthology of 9 essays, and reviews of 11 books; 18x24cm viii+128pp., 19 figs., 8 photos]. ISBN: 81-86187-33-2. Rs 70, US$ 16.

10. Trends in the Geography of Pilgrimages: Homage to David Sopher. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub.35. 1987. Also published as National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 33 (4), ISSN: 0027-9374/1987/0741-0753; [an anthology of 10 essays, and reviews of 12 books; 18x24cm xvi + 216pp., 63 figs., 3 photos]. ISBN: 81-86187-34-0. Rs 200, US$ 32.

11. Literature and Humanistic Geography. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 37. 1990. Also published as National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 36 (1-2), ISSN: 0027-9374/1990/0811-0823; [an anthology of 11 essays,and a book review and dialogue report; 18x24cm viii+152pp., 9 figs., 8 photos]. ISBN: 81-86187-36-7. Rs 175, US$ 30.

12. Environmental Experience and Value of Place. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 38. 1991. Also published as National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 37 (1-2), ISSN: 0027-9374/1991/0842-0858; [an anthology of 15 essays and review of 18 books], 18x24cm xii+232pp., 49 figs. ISBN: 81-86187-37-7.

13. The Roots of Indian Geography: Search and Research. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 39. 1992. Also published as National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 39 (1-4), ISSN: 0027-9374/1992/0874-0904; [an anthology of 29 essays and review of 9 books, 18x24cm 352pp., 27 figs. ISBN : 81-86187-38-3.

14. Environmental Ethics. Discourses and Cultural Traditions. A Festschrift to Arne Naess. NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 40. 1993. Also published as National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 39 (1-4), ISSN: 0027-9374/1993/0905-0925; [an anthology of 20 essays and review of 14 books, 18x24cm 256pp., 32 figs. ISBN: 81-86187-39-1.

15. * The Layout of Sacred Places. Architecture & Behaviour (Lausanne, Switzerland, ISSN: 0379-8585), Vol. 9 (2), 1993: pp. 157-276; includes 'Introduction' and an essay on 'Varanasi'.

16. Banaras (Varanasi): Cosmic Order, Sacred City, Hindu Traditions. Tara Book Agency, Varanasi on behalf of the Varanasi-Studies Foundation. 25 December 1993; [an anthology of 20 essays, mostly reprints]. 62 figs/maps, 344pp. 18 x 24 cm. ISBN 81-85403-92-9. Rs 800/-.

17. The Spirit and Power of Place. Human Environment and Sacrality. NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 41. Also published as National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 40 (1-4), ISSN: 0027-9374/1994/ 0926-0951; [an anthology of 26 essays and highlights of 77 books, 18x24cm 364pp., 90 figs. 1994. ISBN: 81-86187-41-3.

18. Changing Land and Environment Systems: Scenario to Sustainability. (with S.B. Singh and V.K. Kumra). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 42. 2000. ISBN: 81-86187-42-1. [24 essays].

19. Michell, George and Singh, Rana P.B. 2005 (eds.) Banaras: The City Revealed. Marg Publs., Mumbai. [Anthology of 12 popular essays, illustrated with 133 colour photographs; A5 31 x 24cm 152pp.]. Hb, ISBN: 81-85026-72-6; LC: 2005-318067. Rs 2,800, US$ 80.

20. * Sacred Geography of Goddesses in South Asia. Essays in Memory of David Kinsley. [14 essays]. Introduction: Legacy of David Kinsley:- Prof. Richard Mann (Carleton University, Canada). Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 5. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne U.K. 20 April 2010. [A5 22 x 15cm; xviii + 396pp, 34 tables, 69 figs.]. ISBN (10): 1-4438-1865-8, ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-1865-0. Price: UK £49.99/ US$ 74.99.

21. Heritagescapes and Cultural Landscapes. Foreword: Prof. William S. Logan (Deakin University, Australia). Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 6. [10 essays]. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi. 26 January 2011. [A5 22x 15cm, xvi+ 344pp.; 18 tables, 52 figs.]. Hb, ISBN (10): 81-8290-226-6; ISBN (13): 978-81-8290-226-8. Price: Rs 1495.oo/ US$ 55. Pdf available from the author for strict personal use.

22. Sacredscapes and Pilgrimage Landscapes. Foreword: Prof. Dallen J. Timothy (Arizona State University, USA). Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 7. [13 essays]. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi. 15 March 2011. [A5 22x 15cm, xvi+ 344pp.; 16 tables, 51 figs.]. Hb, ISBN (10): 81-8290-227-4. Price: Rs 1495.oo/ US$ 55. Pdf available from the author for strict personal use.

23. Holy Places and Pilgrimages: Essays on India. Foreword: Prof. Robert H. Stoddard (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA). Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 8. [12 essays]. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi. 15 April 2011. [A5 22x 15cm, xvi+ 344pp.; 31 tables, 41 figs.]. Hb, ISBN (10): 81-8290-228-2. Price: Rs 1495.oo/ US$ 55. Pdf available from the author for strict personal use.

A-3. Catalogue-Book (Co-edited): 1.

01. National Geographical Journal of India. Cumulative Index, 1955-1988; also List of Ph.D. Theses in Geography, B. H. U., & List of Publs. (with R. L. Singh). NGSI, Varanasi, Pub. 36. ISBN: 81-86187-35-9.

A-4. Text Books: 2.

01. Elements of Practical Geography. (with R. L. Singh). In Hindi. Kalyani Publs., New Delhi. 1991, reprinted 1999, 2003. 433pp. ISBN: 81-7096-443-1.

02. Elements of Practical Geography. (with R. L. Singh). In English. Kalyani Publs., New Delhi. 1992, reprinted 1999, 2003. 433pp. ISBN: 81-7096-441-5.

A-5. Guidebooks: 2.

01. Varanasi Region. An Insight Guide to Tourist Places. Tara Book Agency, Varanasi. 1999.

02. Banaras Region: A Spiritual and Cultural Guide. [with P. S. Rana]. Pilgrimage & Cosmology Series: 1. Indica Books, Varanasi. 2002/ reprinted with 2006. [A5 22x 15cm, 402pp., 14 tables, 111 figs., 7 appendices]. ISBN: 81-86569-24-3. Price: Rs 395.oo/ US$ 20.

A-6. Journals Edited

01. Associate/Co-Editor: 1986-1992, & Executive Editor: 1993-1995. National Geographical Journal of India (National Geographical Society of India, Varanasi), a quarterly since 1955, ISSN: 0027-9376.

02. Editor: Earth Science Section, 1989-1995: Journal of Scientific Research (Faculty of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi), an annual, ISSN: 0447-9483.

A-7. Co-Editor - Orbis Geographische 1992 / 1993

01. * World Directory of Geography. Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Eckart Ehlers. Edited on behalf of the International Geographical Union. Short information about 16,000 geographers & institutions. One among the 10 Co-Editors: Rana P.B. Singh:- for South Asia. Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart (Germany). 1992, ISSN: 3-515-05940-7.

B. Research Articles: 242.

1. -1974 a. Pattern analysis of rural settlement distribution and their types in the Saran Plain. National Geographical Journal of India (NGSI, Varanasi, ISSN: 0027-9374), N.G.J.I. , vol. 20 (2): pp. 109-127. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1974/ 0388. Reprinted in: Readings in Rural Settlement Geography, eds. Singh, et al, (N.G.S.I., Varanasi, Pub. 14), 1975, ref. A-2, 01: 26-40.

2. - 1974 b. Indian village: its concept, structure and articulation pattern. Geographical Viewpoint (Agra Geographical Society, Agra), 5 (1-2), April-Oct.: 39-43.

3. -1975 a. Distribution of Castes and search for a New Theory of Caste Ranking. Case of the Saran Plain. N.G.J.I. , 21 (1): 20-46. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1975/ 0405.

4. -1975 b. Mechanism of the Diffusion of Clan Settlements in the Saran Plain: Spatio-temporal analysis. N.G.J.I. , 21 (3-4): 172-196. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1975/ 0418.

5. -1975 c. Some methodological components in Rural Settlement research. (with K. N. Singh). Readings in Rural Settlement Geography, eds. Singh, et al. , ref. A-2:01: 26-40.

6. -1975 d. Some approaches to the morphogenesis of Indian village. (with R. L. Singh). Readings in Rural Settlement Geography , eds. Singh, et al, ref. A-2, 01: pp. 367-375.

7. -1975 e. Shape analysis in Rural Settlement Geography: Qualitative vs. Quantitative approach. (with R. L. Singh). Readings in Rural Settlement Geography, eds. Singh, et al, ref. A-2, 01: pp. 414-452.

8. -1976 a. Mechanism of the Spatio-temporal diffusion of a clan settlement in a part of Middle Ganga valley. (with R. L. Singh, D. K. Singh).Geographic Dimensions of Rural Settlements, eds. Singh, et al, (N.G.S.I., Varanasi, Pub. 16), ref. A-2, 02: pp. 19-32.

9. - 1976 b. Some trends of spatial distribution pattern of rural service centres in Eastern Gujarat. (with K. Mazumdar). Geographic Dimensions of Rural Settlements, eds. Singh, et al, ref. A-2, 02: pp. 174-176.

10. -1976 c. Spatial characteristics of rural settlements & their types in a part of Middle Ganga valley. (with Kl. N. Singh, D. K. Singh). Geographic Dimensions of Rural Settlements, eds. Singh, et al, ref. A-2, 02: 140-148.

11. 1976 d. Baghelkhand Region, a study in Population/Resource regionalisation and development models. (with R. L. Singh, C. B. Singh). N.G.J.I. , 22 (1-2): 7-14. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1976/ 0427.

12. *-1976 e. Mechanism of spatial diffusion of rural settlements in Indian environment. (with R. L. Singh). International Geography '76, vol. 7. Population Geography, 23rd I.G.C., Moscow (USSR): pp. 367-370.

13. -1976 f. A note on the transformation of village shapes into Thiessen Polygons and Hexagons. Geographical Review of India (Calcutta Geographical Society), 38 (1): 50-53. [ISSN: 0277-9536, Impact factor: 2.71].

14. - 1976 g. Intra-village spacing: Measurement and comparison. Case of the Saran Plain. (with S. L. Kayastha). N.G.J.I. , 22 (3-4): pp. 106-112. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1976/ 0434.

15. *-1977 a. Approaches towards Geography of Health - a synoptic review. (with R. L. Singh, B. P. Singh). Geographia Medica (Budapest, Hungary), vol. 6: pp. 1-21; [ISSN: 0300-8126, Impact factor: 2.05]; also Prajna (B.H.U.), 23 (2) & 24 (1), 1978: 183-98.

16. *-1977 b. An approach towards placing geography in academic world in terms of set theory. (with R. L. Singh). Philippines Geographical Journal (Quezon City, Philippines), vol. 21 (2): 66-69. [ISSN: 1471-2458, Impact factor: 2.22].

17. -1977 c. Spatial and structural analysis of the rural market network and its relation to society in an Indian environment. (with R. L. Singh). N.G.J.I. , 23 (3-4): 151-159. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1977/ 0455.

18. -1978 a. Spatial analysis of rural settlements in an Indian environment, Case of Eastern Gujarat Region. (with K. Mazumdar). Geographical Review of India (Calcutta Geographical Society), 40 (2): 108-112. [ISSN: 0277-9536, Impact factor: 2.71].

19. -1978 b. Transformation of the rural habitat: an axiological dialogue and the Indian case. (with R. L. Singh). Transformation of Rural Habitat in Indian Perspective, eds. R. L. Singh & Rana P. B. Singh, N.G.S.I., Varanasi, Pub. 19, ref. A-2, 04: pp. 11-28.

20. -1978 c. Indian Village: its essence and spatial normatives. Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: pp. 29-46.

21. -1978 d. A spatial approach to regional development, case of the Garhwal Himalaya. (with R. L. Singh). Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: 49-58.

22. -1978 e. Pattern & prospect of service centres in spatial context, case of Giridih. (with H. H. Singh, J. Singh). Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: 59-67.

23. -1978 f. Pattern & prospect of service centres in spatial context, case of Sidhi. (with R. L. Singh, C. B. Singh). Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: 68-75.

24. -1978 g. Pattern and prospect of service centres in spatial context, case of Ballia District. (with A. K. Singh). Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: 76-83.

25. -1978 h. Pattern & prospect of service centres in spatial context, case of Gorakhpur District.(with U. P. Singh). Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: 84-94.

26. -1978 i. Pattern and prospect of service centres in spatial context, case of Bastar District. (with G. S. Singh). Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: 95-107.

27. -1978 j. Pattern & prospect of service centres in spatial context, case of Siwan. (with S.L.Kayastha, R.B.Singh). Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: 108-116.

28. -1978 k. Pattern and prospect of service centres in spatial context, case of Bharuch District. Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds, Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 04: 117-124.

29. -1978 l. Transformation of rural landscape and territory: a study of indigenous system in En. Gujarat Region. (with R. L. Singh, K. Mazumdar). Transformation of Rural Habitat, eds. Singh & Singh, A-2, 04: 183-195.

30. -1978 m. Concept of morphological analysis: some theoretical postulations. (with R. L. Singh). N.G.J.I. , 24 (3-4): 1-16. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1978/ 0474. Reprinted, Recent Concepts in Geography, eds. V. N. P. Sinha and R. B. Mandal (New Delhi: Concept Publishers), 1980, vol. I: pp. 125-138.

31. -1978 n. An approach towards modelling spatial planning in an Indian perspective. (with K. Mazumdar). Indian Journal of Regional Science (IIT, Kharagpur), 10 (1): 32-37.

32. -1978 o. Structural characteristics and transformation of village shape in spatial matrix, case of Gorakhpur Dt. (with U. P. Singh). National Geographer (Allahabad Geogr. Society), 13 (2), December : 143-154.

33. -1979 a. Small towns: essence and role in transformation strategy. (with R. L. Singh). Place of Small Towns in India, eds. Singh & Singh, N.G.S.I., Varanasi, Pub. 21, ref. A-2, 05: pp. 9-24.

34. -1979 b. Small towns of Baghelkhand: a spatial analysis of locations. (with R. L. Singh, C. B. Singh). Place of Small Towns in India, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 05: 25-32.

35. -1979 c. Spatial systems of towns of Dandakaranya: a study of status, shape and structure. (with G. S. Singh). Place of Small Towns in India, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 05: 33-54.

36. -1979 d. Spatial pattern of small towns in Gujarat state. Place of Small towns in India, eds. Singh 7 Singh, ref. A-2, 05: 99-104.

37. -1979 e. Transformation model for rural development in Indian perspective: a geographical approach to spatial inequality. (with R. L. Singh). Productivity (New Delhi; Sp. Issue "Rural Development”), 19 (4): pp. 605-618.

38. -1979 h. Poisson process and cell model properties of village shape in the Middle Ganga valley, India: a comparative study of locational pattern. N.G.J.I., 25 (3-4): 154-166. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1979/ 0513.

39. *- 1979 f. Spatial pattern and structural characteristics of rural dwellings in Eastern Gujarat Region. (with K. Mazumdar). Geographia (Kuala Lumpur), 13: pp. 37-47.

40. *- 1979 g. Ecological perspectives of rural development in north Indian plain: case of the Siwan Dt. (with R. B. Singh). Geographica (Kuala Lumpur), 13: pp. 49-57.

41. *- 1980 a. Spatial pattern of Thyroid disorder in Eastern U.P., India: a Geomedical analysis. (with B. P. Singh). Geographica Medica (Budapest, Hungary), 10 (24th IGC Publ.): 61-86. [ISSN: 0300-8126, Impact factor: 2.05]. 4

2. *- 1980 b. Evolution of spatial organization and rural habitat system in a part of Ganga valley, India. Proceedings, Historical Geography, 24th International Geography Congress (Sec.9), ed. T. Tanioka and T. Ukita. Tokyo: Kokon-Shoin Publishers (Japan): pp. 154-160.

43. *- 1980 c. Socio-economic processes in transforming Indian rural habitat: Perspective and strategy. (with R. L. Singh). Changing Scene of Rural Habitat in Developing Countries, eds. Shogo Yuihama & Rana P. B. Singh. Proceedings, 24th IGC Okayama Symposium. Okayama: Geography Dept. & IGU-WG: TRHDC (Japan):61-71.

44. *-1980 d. Socio-economic development & spatial organization in the Middle Ganga valley: A study of spatial strategy. (with A. K. Singh). Changing Scene of Rural Habitat, eds, Yuihama & Singh, ref. A-2,07: 79 - 94.

45. *- 1980 e. Rural water supply and problem of health in village India, case of Varanasi Dt. (with Ram Bilas). Changing Scene of Rural Habitat, eds. Yuihama & Singh, ref. A-2, 07: pp.95-109.

46. *- 1980 f. Socio-economic dimensions and development of Indian interior space: the Dandakaranya. (with G. S. Singh). Changing Scene of Rural Habitat, eds. Yuihama & Singh, ref. A-2, 07: 111-128.

47. *- 1980 g. Socio-cultural space of Varanasi. Ritual Space in India (Art & Archaeology Research Papers, sp. Vol., ISSN: 0308-5597), ed. Jan Pieper. London: AARP vol. 17: pp. 41-46. Pdf

48. *- 1980 h. Indian concept of boundary: revelation and perception. (with R. L. Singh). Geography and its Boundaries, ed. Haruko Kishimoto. Berne, Switzerland: Kummerly & Frey (for 24th IGC, Tokyo): 99-114. Pdf

49. -1980 i. Behavioural Geography: Defined and Defended. Recent Concepts in Geography, eds. V. N. P. Sinha and R. B. Mandal (New Delhi: Concept Publs.), vol. I: pp. 147-158.

50. -1980 j. Rural Habitat Transformation: a critique of emerging dimensions. (with R. L. Singh). Rural Habitat Transformation in World Frontiers, eds. Singh & Singh , N.G.S.I. ,Varanasi, Pub. 20, ref. A-2, 06: 11-30.

51. -1980 k. Rural habitat transformation in the Gorakhpur district: a study in spatial strategy. (with U. P. Singh). Rural Habitat Transformation, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 06: 307-327.

52. -1980 l. Trends and strategies of rural habitat transformation in an interior Indian region, the Dandakaranya. (with G. S. Singh). Rural Habitat Transformation, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 06: 558-563.

53. -1980 m. Spatial properties of village shapes in Dandakaranya region, India. (with G. S. Singh). Geographical Review of India (Calcutta Geogr. Society), 42 (1): 50-54. [ISSN: 0277-9536, Impact factor: 2.71].

54. -1980 n. The rural habitat system of Dandakaranya region: a study in spatial pattern. (with G. S. Singh). National Geographer (Allahabad Geogr. Society), 15 (1): 27-37.

55. -1980 o. Cognizing urban landscape of Varanasi: a cultural synthesis. (with R. L. Singh). N.G.J.I. , 26 (3-4): 113-123. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1980/ 0537. Pdf

56. *- 1981 a. Indian Village: its Concept, Structure and Articulation Pattern; in Farinelli, Franco (ed.) Il villaggio Indiano. Scienza, ideologia e geografia delle sed. Franco Angeli Ed., Milano, Italy [in Italian].

57. *- 1981 b. Some approaches to the Morphogenesis of Indian Village; in Farinelli, Franco (ed.) Il villaggio Indiano. Scienza, ideologia e geografia delle sed. Franco Angeli Ed., Milano, Italy [in Italian].

58. -1982 a. Evolution of spatial organization and rural habitat system in India, case of Gorakhpur Dr. (with U. P. Singh). International Review of History & Pol. Sc. (Meerut), 19: pp. 37-49.

59. *- 1982 b. Image of Varanasi city: reflection on Geography of Tourism; in, Matznetter, J. (ed.) Alpanism and Tourism, and other Problems of the Geography of Tourism, Proceedings of the meeting of the IGU Working Group: Geography of Tourism and Recreation (Karuizawa, 25-30 August 1980). Frankfurter Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeograpgische Schriften (Im Selbstverlag des Instituts für Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeograpie der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt/ Main, Germany), Heft 41: pp. 161-174. Pdf

60. -1983. Growth and perspectives of Japanese agricultural cooperative, Nokyo: case of Takamatsu-Nokyo, Okayama-ken. (with Shogo Yuihama). National Geographer (Allahabad Geogr. Society), 28 (1-2): 235-244.

61. -1984 a. Recent agricultural changes in Niiike-buraku, Japan. (with Shogo Yuihama). N.G.J.I. , 30 (3): pp. 139-152. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1984/ 0625.

62. -1984 b. Structural transformation of Japanese agriculture: National-Prefectural view. (with Shogo Yuihama). Environmental Appraisal and Rural Habitat Transformation, Singh & Singh, N.G.S.I., Varanasi, Pub. 32, ref. A-2, 08: pp. 203-227.

63. -1984 c. Toward phenomenological geography of Indian village: a dialogue of space-time experience. Environmental Appraisal & Rural Habitat Transformation, eds. Singh & Singh, ref. A-2, 08: pp. 103-115.

64. -1984 d. Lifeworld and lifecycle in India: a search in geographical understanding. (with R. L. Singh). N.G.J.I. , 30 (4): 207-222. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1984/ 0636.

65. -1984 e. Habitat Science: its philosophy and applicability. (with R.L.Singh). Geographic Mosaic: Prof. K.G. Bagchi Felicitation Volume, ed. S. C. Mukhopadhyay. Calcutta University Press, Calcutta : pp. 332 - 339.

66. -1985 a. Geographical approach towards the lifeworld in Indian context. (with R.L.Singh). Modern Geographical Concepts, eds N. Prasad, S. Banerjee and G.K. Dutt. University of Burdwan Press, Burdwan : pp. 1 - 11.

67. -1985 b. Changing agricultural indicators, and agricultural regions of Japan. (with Shogo Yuihama). N.G.J.I. , 31 (3): pp. 173-184. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1985/ 0662.

68. -1985 c. The personality and lifeworld of Varanasi as revealed in Shivprasad Singh's novel: a study in literary geography. N.G.J.I. , 31 (4): 211-318. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1985/ 0673.

69. *- 1985 d. Brahman judges in traditional Hindu society. (with Bradley R. Hertel). Journal of Deviant Behavior (Hampshire Publ. Corp., Washington, D.C., USA), 6 (4): pp. 363-381. [ISSN: 0163-9625. Impact Factor 1.053]. Pdf

70. *- 1986 a. Patterns of modern urban change in India. (with R. L. Singh). World Patterns of Modern Urban Change, ed. M. P. Conzen. Geography Papers 217-218, Chicago: University of Chicago Press: pp. 175-193.

71. -1986 b. Siva's universe in Varanasi. Varanasi Through the Ages, eds. T. P. Verma, et al. Varanasi : Bhartiya Itihas Samkalan Samiti, Pub. 4 : pp. 303-311.

72. -1986 c. Emergence of the Geography of Belief Systems: contributions from Geographia Religionum. N.G.J.I. , 32 (4): 319-324. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1986/ 0708.

73. -1987 a. Emergence of the Geography of Belief Systems (GBS) and search for identity in India. N.G.J.I. , 33 (2): 184-204. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1987/ 0727.

74. -1987 b. Toward myth, cosmos, space and mandala in India: a search in the Geography of Belief Systems. N.G.J.I. , 33 (3) : 305-326. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1987/ 0737.

75. -1987 c. The Pilgrimage Mandala of Varanasi/Kashi: a study in sacred geography. N.G.J.I. ,33 (4): 493-524. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1987/ 0751.

76. -1987 d. Peregrinology and geographic quest (with bibliography: 580). N.G.J.I. , 33 (4): 525-564. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1987/ 0752.

77. -1987 e. Religious fair, spatial affinity and economics in India: case of Dadri Mela (Ballia Dt.). (with S. B. Singh & A. K. Singh). N.G.J.I. , 33 (3): 277-304. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1987/ 0736.

78. -1988 a. The image of Varanasi: sacrality and perceptual world. N.G.J.I. , 34 (1): 1-32. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1988/ 0754.

79. *- 1988 a. Interplay of sacred space and sacred time in Hindu belief system; Kreisel, Werner (ed.) Spiritual Attitudes and Environment (Geistenshaltung und Umbelt). Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Geowissenschaften und Religion/Umwelt-Forschung, Band 1. Alano Edition herodot, Aachen (Germany): pp. 439-454. Pdf

80. -1988 c. Mathura Mandala: Territory and sacrality. (with D. P. Dubey). A History of Braj Region, eds. T. P. Verma, et al. ,Varanasi : Bhartiya Itihas Samkalan Samiti, Pub. 6 : pp. 189-200. Pdf

81. -1988 d. The Image of the City: case of Deoria town, India. (with R. P. Shahi). N.G.J.I. , 34 (3): 187-206. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1988/ 0770.

82. -1989 a. The religious landscape of Deoria town: a study in sacred geography of space and time. (with R. P. Shahi). N.G.J.I. , 35 (2): 163-190. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1989/ 0795.

83. -1989 b. Regional development planning of Garhwal region: Spatial approach. (with R. L. Singh). Studies in Himalayan Ecology and Development Strategies, eds. T. V. Singh & J. Kaur. New Delhi: Himalayan Books: (chapter 22), pp. 215-222.

84. -1990. Literary images, cultural symbols and intimate sensing: The Ganga river in Varanasi. N.G.J.I. , 36 (1-2): 117-128. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1990/ 0821.

85. -1991 a. Rama's route after banishment: a geographical viewpoint. Journal of Scientific Research, (Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, ISSN: 0447-9483), Sp. Vol. 41 (B): 39-46. Pdf

86. -1991 b. Panchakroshi Yatra, Varanasi: Sacred journey, ecology of place, and faithscape. N.G.J.I. , 37 (1-2): 49-98. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1991/ 0847.

87. -1992 a. The Geography of Religion in India: Perspectives and Prospects. N.G.J.I. , 38: 27-38. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1992/ 0876.

88. -1992 b. The Geography of Pilgrimages in India: Perspective and Prospects. N.G.J.I. , 38: 39-54. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1992/ 0877.

89. -1992 c. The National Geographical Society of India: Development and Prospects. N.G.J.I. , 38: 325-338. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1992/ 0902.

90. *-1992 d. Nature and Cosmic integrity: a search in Hindu geographic thought. GeoJournal [Springer, Netherlands], 26 (2), February: 139-147. DOI: 10.1007/BF00241208. (ISSN: 0343-2521-Print, 1572-9893-Online. Impact Factor 2.22] # Reprinted as No. 130. - 1999 b. Pdf

91. *-1993 a. Cosmic layout of the Hindus' sacred city, Varanasi (Benares). Architecture & Behaviour (Lausanne, Switzerland. ISSN: 0379-8585), 9 (2): 239-249. Pdf

92. -1993 b. Cosmos, Theos, Anthropos: An inner vision of sacred ecology in Hinduism. N.G.J.I. , 39: 113-130. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1993/ 0915.

93. -1993 c. Varanasi: The Pilgrimage mandala, geomantic map & cosmic numbers. Banaras (Varanasi): Cosmic Order, Sacred City, Hindu Traditions, ed. Rana P.B. Singh (Varanasi: Tara Book Agency), ref. A-2, 16: 37-84.

94. -1993 d. The Ganga Ghats, Varanasi: The Riverfront landscape. Banaras (Varanasi), ed. Rana Singh, ref. A-2, 16: pp. 65-102.

95. -1993 e. Siva's Universe in Varanasi. Banaras (Varanasi), ed. Rana Singh, ref. A-2, 16: pp. 155-162.

96. -1993 f. Sarnath: Cultural history, museum & tourist sites. Banaras (Varanasi), ed. Rana Singh, ref.A-2, 16: pp.235-256.

97. -1993 g. Varanasi: Demographic Profile - From ancient to late 1820s and the present state. Banaras (Varanasi), ed. Rana Singh, ref. A-2, 16 : pp. 279-288. Pdf

98. - 1993 h. Varanasi: A World heritage city: The frame, historical accounts. Banaras (Varanasi), ed. Rana Singh, ref. A-2, 16 : pp. 297-316.

99. *-1993 i. Sacred time and sacred geometry in Hinduism. NIASnytt (Nordic Institute of Asian Study, Copenhagen, Denmark), No. 3, September: pp. 32-34.

100. *-1994 a. Singh, Rana P.B. 1994. Water symbolism and sacred landscape in Hinduism: a study of Benares (Varanasi). Erdkunde, Archiv für Wissenschaftliche Geographie, Begründet von Carl Troll (Boss Verlag Kleve, Bonn, Germany), Bd. 48 (3), Sept.: pp. 210-227. [ISSN: 0014-0015, Impact factor: 0.62 in 2009]. Pdf

101. *- 1994 b. Time and Hindu ritual in Varanasi: a study of sacrality and cycles. Geographia Religionum (Berlin, Germany), Bd 8: pp. 123-138.

102. *- 1994 c. Modern Varanasi: Place and society in Shivprasad Singh's Street Turns Yonder. In, Writing the City: Eden, Babylon and the New Jerusalem, eds. Paul Simpson-Housley and Peter Preston. Routledge, London (UK): pp. 220-240. Pdf

103. -1994 d. The sacred geometry of India's holy city, Varanasi: Kashi as Cosmogram. N.G.J.I. , vol. 40: 189-216. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1994/ 0944.

104. - 1994 e. Pilgrimage and tourism at Muktinath, Nepal: sacrality and spatial structure. (with P. C. Poudel). N.G.J.I., vol. 40 : pp. 249-268. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1994/ 0947.

105. - 1994 f. Chitrakut: The frame and network of the faithscape and sacred geometry of a Hindu tirtha. (with D. P. Dubey). N.G.J.I. , vol. 40 : pp. 307-332. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1994/ 0951.

106. - 1994 g. Varanasi: Cosmic order and cityscape. I. Sun images and shrines. Architecture + Design (New Delhi), Vol. 11 (6), November-December : pp. 75-79.

107. - 1995 a. Varanasi: Cosmic order and Cityscape. II. Ganesha images and shrines. Architecture + Design (New Delhi), Vol. 12 (1), January-February: pp. 99-101.

108. - 1995 b. Varanasi: Cosmic order and Cityscape. III. Shiva's universe and pilgrimage journeys. Architecture + Design (New Delhi), Vol. 12 (2), March-April : 83-85.

109. - 1995 c. Cosmic order and Cityscape of Varanasi (Kashi): The Sun images and cultural astronomy. [with Malville, John McKim], National Geographical Journal of India (ISSN: 0027-9374 / 0957), vol. 41 (1), March 1995: pp. 69-88. Reprinted in, Malville, J. M. and Gujral, L. (eds.) 2000: Ancient Cities, Ancient Skies. Aryan Publ. for IGNCA, New Delhi: pp. 81-98; and also reprinted in, Grover, Neelam and Singh, Kashi N. (eds.) 2004: Cultural Geography: Form and Process. Concept Publishing Co., New Delhi: pp. 202-220; ISBN: 81-8069-074-1.

110. - 1995 d. Towards deeper understanding, Sacredscape and Faithscape: an exploration in Pilgrimage studies. N.G.J.I. , Vol. 41 (1), March : pp. 89-111. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1995/ 0958.

111. - 1995 e. Heritage ecology and caring for the earth: a search for preserving harmony and ethical values. N.G.J.I. , Vol. 41 (2), June : pp. 191-216. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1995/ 0966. Pdf

112. -1995 f. Identity of Geography in India beyond 2000: a search for sensitivity for future. N.G.J.I., Vol. 41 (3): 263-281. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1995/ 0973.

113. -1995 g. Varanasi: Ganesa images and shrines in the cityscape. In, D. P. Dubey, ed. Pilgrimage Studies. Sacred Places, Sacred Traditions. Society of Pilgrimage Studies, Allahabad, Pub. 3 : pp. 209-220.

114. *- 1995 h. Sun shrines, images and alignments at Varanasi. The Ley Hunter ( Cornwall, UK), No. TLH 123, Summer: pp. 20-26.

115. *- 1995 i. Visual astronomy in the mythology and ritual of India: the Sun temples of Varanasi. (with J. M. Malville). Vistas in Astronomy. An International Review Journal (Elsevier Oxford, UK), Vol. 39 (4): 431-449. doi:10.1016/0083-6656(95)00004-6

116. *- 1996 a. Varanasi: Siva's universe and pilgrimage journeys. The Ley Hunter (Cheltenham, UK), No. TLH 125, Autumn : pp. 24-29.

117. *- 1996 b. The Ganga River and the spirit of sustainability in Hinduism; in, Swan, James & Swan, Roberta (eds.) Dialogues with the Living Earth. New Ideas from Spirit of Place from Designers, Architects and Innovators. Quest Books, Theosophical Publ. House, Wheaton, IL, USA: pp. 86-107; ISBN: 0-8356-0728-3. Excerpt reprinted (with new data and information) in Gatekeeper Magazine (UK), Issue 25, April 2008: 5-8.

118. *- 1996 c. (compiled, narrated) 1996. Gazetteer of Sacred Places in India; in, Housden, Roger: Travels through Sacred India. Thorsons, An imprint of HarperCollins Publ., San Francisco: 258-283.

119. *- 1997 a. Sacred space and pilgrimage in Hindu society: the case of Varanasi. In, R. H. Stoddard and Alan Morinis, eds. Sacred Places, Sacred Spaces. The Geography of Pilgrimages. Geoscience & Man, vol. 34.Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, USA: pp. 191-207. ISBN: 0-938909-66-5.

120. *- 1997 b. Sacredscape and urban heritage in India: contestation and perspective. In, Brian Shaw and Roy Jones, eds. Contested Urban Heritage. Voices from the Periphery. Ashgate, London, UK : pp. 101-

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121. - 1997 c. Urban heritage in India: Towards orientation to planning. (with Ravi S. Singh). In, A. K. Singh, et el., eds. Strategies in Development Planning. Deep & Deep Publs., New Delhi : pp.289 -304.

122. - 1997 d. Sacredscape, cosmic territory & faithscape: Goddess territory of Vindhyachal, India. N.G.J.I. ,vol. 43 (3), September : pp. 237-263. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 1997/ 1039.

123. *- 1997 e. The Spirit and power of place. The Ley Hunter (Stroud, UK), No. TLH 127, Summer: 30-32.

124. - 1997 f. Heritage towns along the Ganga and the Ganga Ghats in Varanasi; in, Kumar, Kranti (ed., publ.) Ganga: A Collection of Essays and Poems. Triratna Nyas, Sarnath (Pratapnagar, Varanasi): pp. 73 -83.

125. *- 1998 a. Khajuraho, India: a search in landscape geometry and cosmo-vision. (with J. M. Malville). The Ley Hunter (Stroud, UK), No. TLH 132, Winter : pp. 15-18.

126. *- 1998 b. An Indian perspective on sacred land: Khajuraho temples. (with J.M. Malville). PLACE (Norwich, UK),No. 5: pp. 20-21.

127. *- 1998 c. Sacred journey, sacredscape and faithscape: an experience of Panchakroshi pilgrimage, Varanasi (India). The Pennsylvania Geographer (Johnstown, PA, USA), vol. 36 (1): pp. 55-91.

128. *- 1998 d. Health hazard and ecosystem in high altitude Himalaya, India. (with J. K. Mishra). International Medical Journal (JICEF, Tokyo, Japan), Vol. 5 (4), December: pp. 255-257.

129. *- 1999 a. Rethinking development in India: Perspective, crisis and prospects; in, Simon, David and Närman, Anders (eds.) Development as Theory and Practice. Current Perspectives on Development and Development Co-operation. [DARG Regional Development Series No. 1, Royal Geographical Society, with the Institute of British Geographers]. Addison Wesley Longman, London: pp. 55-75. ISBN: 0-582-41417-2. Pdf

130. *- 1999 b. Nature and cosmic integrity: a search in Hindu geographic thought; in, Buttimer, Anne and Wallin, Luke (eds.) Nature and Identity in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (Netherlands): pp. 69-86; ISBN: 0-7923-5651-9. [Reprinted from GeoJournal, vol. 26 (2),1992: pp. 139-147; ref. 88] Pdf

131. - 1999c. Sacredscape, Manescape and Cosmogony at Gaya, India: A study in Sacred Geography. National Geographical Jl. of India, vol. 45 (1-4): 32 - 61. ISSN: 0027-9374/1999/1075.

132. - 2000 a. Ethical values and spirit of sustainability in Indian thought. In, Allen Noble, B. Thakur, A. B. Mukerji & Frank Costa, eds. Geographic and Planning Research Themes for the New Millenium. Vikas Publ. House Pvt Ltd, New Delhi : pp. 445 - 458. ISBN: 81-259-0901-X.

133. - 2000 b. Chitrakut: A Hindu tirtha and its Cosmic geometries. (with D. P. Dubey & J. M. Malville). In, J. M. Malville & L. M. Gujral, eds. Ancient Cities, Ancient Skies: Cosmic Geometries & Ritual Landscape in India. Aryan Publ., New Delhi for Indira Gandhi National Centre for Art, IGNCA: pp. 40-57.

134. - 2000 c. Kashi as Cosmogram: Sacred Geometry of Varanasi. In, J. M. Malville & L. M. Gujral, eds. Ancient Cities, Ancient Skies. Aryan Publ., New Delhi for IGNCA : pp. 58-81.

135. - 2000 d. The Sun and its temples at Varanasi: meaning and pattern in the three worlds of Kashi. (with J. M. Malville). In, Malville & Gujaral,eds. Ancient Cities, Ancient Skies. Aryan P., IGNCA New Delhi: 82-99.

136. *- 2000 e. Sacredscape, Faithscape and Cosmic Geometries: A Study of Holy Places of north India. (with J.M. Malville). In, Esteban C. & Belmonte J.A. (eds). Astronomy and Cultural Diversity. (Proceedings, Oxford VI & SEAC 99 International Conf., June 21-29, 1999, La Laguna, Spain). OAMC. Santa Cruz de Tenerife: pp. 99-106.

137. *- 2000 g. Change and continuity in village India: crisis and prospects in Chamaon. (with Gerhard Gustafsson, K. Lejonhud & K.I. Vålvik). FENNIA, International Jl. of Geography (Geogr. Soc. Of Finland, Helsinki). Vol. 178 (No.2): 203 - 214.

138. - 2000 h. Sustainable heritage tourism: Framework, perspective and prospect. (with Pravin S. Rana). National Geographical Jl. of India, vol. 46 (1-4): 141 - 158. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 2000/.

139. - 2000 i. Development crisis in India: From scenario to re-thinking. Annals, National Assoc. of Geographers, India (NAGI, New Delhi), vol. 22 (1): 69 - 86.

140. -2001 a. The Structure of Peri-Urban Agricultural Environment in Varanasi Development Region. (with Chandra Sen). National Geographical Jl. of India, vol. 47 (1-4): 61 - 72. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 2001/.

141. - 2001b. Rationales for including Varanasi as Heritage City in the UNESCO World Heritage List. (with Vrinda Dar and Pravin S. Rana). National Geographical Jl. of India, vol. 47 (1-4): 177 - 200. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 2001/.

142. -2001c. The future of heritage tourism in Varanasi: scenario, Prospects and Perspectives. (with Pravin S. Singh). National Geographical Jl. of India, vol. 47 (1-4): 201 - 218. ISSN: 0027-9374/ 2001/.

143. *- 2001 d. The Holy city and the Cultural Tradition of Pilgrimage Mandala in India: Cosmic Geometries of Kashi (Varanasi) and Gaya. Cultural Approach in Geography at the turn of New Millenium, eds. M. R. Hashemi and M. Papoli-Yazdi. University of Mashhad Press, Mashhad (Iran).

144. -2002a. Sacred Geography of Goddesses in Kashi (Varanasi). (with Ravi S. Singh, Pravin S. Rana). Journal of Geography, vol. 3 (Theme: Social Geography, eds. H.N. Sharma and A.K. Bhagabati; Dept. of Geography, Gauhati University, Guwahati, AS, India), October: pp. 11 - 35.

145. *- 2002 b. Development in India: Scenario and Ideology. (with Ravi S. Singh). Towards a New Regional and Local Development Research Agenda, eds. Anders Närman and K. Karunanayake. Dept. of Geography, Goteborg University (Sweden), series B, No. 100 and Centre for Development Studies, University of Kelaniya (Sri Lanka), No. 1: pp. 65-78. ISSN: 0346-6663. ISBN: 91-86472-40-2.

146. *- 2004 j. Development Crisis in India: From Scenario to Re-thinking. [with Ravi S. Singh]. South Asian Affairs (CSAS, Gifu Women's University, Japan; ISSN: 1349-8851), vol. 1, No. 1, November: pp. 12-30.

147. - 2004 a. Pilgrims to Kashi: Self-Organized Patterns in Space and Time. (with John McKim Malville). In, Sociology of Pilgrims; ed. P. K. Choudhary. Kalpaz Publs., Delhi: pp. 163 - 176.

148. - 2004 b. Behavioural Perspective of Pilgrims and Tourists in Banaras; [with Pravin S. Rana], in, The Tourist - A Psychological Perspective; ed. Aparna Raj ; Kanishka, New Delhi: pp. 187-206. ISBN: 81-7391-643-8.

149. - 2004 g. The Ganga Riverfront in Varanasi, a Heritage Zone in Contestation. Context: Built, Living and Natural, (DRONAH, Gurgaon, HR, India), vol. 1, no. 1, September: pp. 25-30.

150. - 2004 h. Cultural Geography of India, 2000-04 [with Ravi S. Singh]; in, Progress in Indian Geography, 2000-2004 (A Country Report), ed. Sharma, H. N. Presented to the 30th International Geography Congress, Glasgow, UK (August 15-20, 2004). INSA National Committee of Geography, New Delhi: 139-146.

151. - 2004 i. Historical Geography of India, 2000-04 [with Ravi S. Singh]; in, Progress in Indian Geography, 2000-2004 (A Country Report), ed. Sharma, H. N. Presented to the 30th International Geography Congress, Glasgow, UK (August 15-20, 2004). INSA National Committee of Geography, New Delhi: 147-154.

152. - 2005 a. Pilgrimage-tourists to Varanasi (Kashi): Critique of the theories, and a search for Self-Organised Patterns in Space and Time; [with John M. Malville], in, Advances in Tourism Theory and Practice: Perspectives from India, eds. George, Babu P. and Swain, Sampad. Abhijeet Pubs, New Delhi: 01-24. Pdf

153. - 2005 b. Changing Land and Changing Lifeworld: A study of Chamaon Village, Varanasi - 1954-2004 [with Gerhard Gustafsson and Kristina Lejonhud]. Eastern Anthropologist, (EFCS Lucknow, pub. by Serials Publs., New Delhi), Special Number: "Rural Profile: Scenario 2005”, vol. 58 (nos.3-4), July-December: 593-604. Also, in Singh, M. B. ed. 2005. Sustainable Management of Natural Resources (Land, Water, Forest). Tara Book Agency, Varanasi: pp. 293-305.

154. - 2005 c. Rural Profile and Geographical Concerns: Past and Future. Eastern Anthropologist (EFCS Lucknow, pub. By Serials Publs., New Delhi), Special Number: "Rural Profile: Scenario 2005”, vol. 58 (nos.3-4), July-December: 619-624. Pdf

155. - 2005 d. Growth of the City, Banaras. In, Banaras: the City Revealed; eds. George Michell and Rana P.B. Singh. Marg Publs., Mumbai: 22-29. Pdf

156. *- 2005 e. The Geography of Hindu Pilgrimage in India: From Trend to Perspective; in, Geografia I Sacrum: Festschrift to Prof. Antoni Jackowski, eds. Boleslaw Domanski and Stefan Skiba. Institute of Geography and Spatial Management of the Jagiellonian University, Kraków (Poland); Vol.2: 417-429. Pdf

157. *- 2006 a. Pilgrimage in Hinduism, Historical Context and Modern Perspectives; in, Tourism, Religion, and Spiritual Journeys, eds. Dallen J. Timothy and Daniel H. Olsen; Routledge, London & New York: 220-236. Pdf

158. *- 2006 b. Goddesses in Kashi (Varanasi): Spatial Patterns and Symbolic Orders; [with Ravi S. Singh], in, Visualised Space in Banaras: Images, Maps, and the Practice of Representations, eds. Martin Gaenszle and Jörg Gengnagel. (Ethno-Indology Series, vol.4. Heidelberg Studies in South Asian Rituals). Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden; & Oxford University Press, New Delhi: 41-68.

159. *- 2006 c. Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi (1869 1948). In, Fifty Key Thinkers on Development, ed. David Simon. Routledge, London & New York: pp. 106-111. Pb, ISBN: 0-415-33789-5.

160. *- 2006 d. Ghats and Palaces of Varanasi. ISG Magazin (Internationales Städteforum Graz; Forum der historischen Städte und Gemeinden; Hauptplatz 3, A-8010 Graz, Austria; eds. Hohmann, Hasso, et. El.), 4 (December): 9-12. [4 maps, 2 coloured photos].

161. - 2006 e. Khajuraho, India, a World Heritage Site: Patterns of the Landscape Geometry and Heritage Preservation. National Geographical Journal of India (NGSI, Varanasi, ISSN: 0027-9374/ 2006/ 1256), vol. 52 (3-4), Sept.-Dec. : 115-136. For the shorter version of text only, see: http://www.staedteforum.at/Probe/ISGM4_06/RANA%20P%20Singh.doc 162. *-2007 a. The Ganga Riverfront in Varanasi (India), a Heritage Zone in Contestation; in Persi, Peris (ed.) Recondita Armonia. The Landscape between Research and Governance; Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Cultural Heritage: 6-8 October 2006. Università degli Studi di Urbino "Carlo Bo”, Urbino (Italy): pp. 59-65.

163. - 2007 b. Culture and Civilisation for Human Development: Perspectives in India on the Gandhian Path; in Maiti, Prasenjit (ed.) Development Studies (Vol. 1). Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi: 105-152. Pdf

164. -2007 c. Banaras Hindu University, Architectural Plan: Symbolism & Meaning; in Gupta, R.C., et al (eds.) SOUVENIR. Third International BHU Alumni Meet, & International Seminar on Education in the 21st Century and Mahamana's Vision, 6-7 January 2007. BHU in association with Mahamana Malviya Mission, Varanasi: 50-57. Also reprinted in Dar, S. L. and Somaskandan, S. 1966/ 2007. History of the Banaras Hindu University. Banaras Hindu University Press, Banaras: pp. 884-895; also revised form in Prajna (B.H.U. Journal), vol. 53 (no. 1-2), 2007-2008: 289-304.

165. -2007 d. Banaras (Kashi): Setting the Culture & Breathe of India; in Gupta, R.C., et al (eds.) SOUVENIR. Third International BHU Alumni Meet, & International Seminar on Education in the 21st Century and Mahamana's Vision, 6-7 January 2007. BHU in association with Mahamana Malviya Mission, Varanasi: 77-93.

166. - 2007 e. Gaia and Ecological Awakening: Message of Hinduism for Deeper Understanding. The Oriental Anthropologist, A bi-annual International Journal of the Science of Man (ISSN: 0972-558X, OICSR Allahabad; Serials Publs., New Delhi), 7 (2), July: 213-233.

167. - 2007 f. Landscape of Sacred Geometry of Khajuraho; in, Thakur, B., et al. (eds.), City, Society and Planning: Essays in honour of Prof. A.K. Dutt. Vol. II Society. Concept Publ. Co., New Delhi: 322-338. For heritage perspective, see: Pub. No. 158 (2006).

168. *- 2008 a. The Sacred River Ganga (Ganges) at Varanasi. The Gatekeeper: Healing the Earth/ Healing Ourselves [a Newsletter of the Gatekeeper trust, 7 The Chapel, The Plains, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5DW. U.K.], issue 25 (April): pp. 5-8.

169. *- 2008 b. The contestation of heritage: the enduring importance of religion; in, Graham, Brian and Howard, Peter (eds.) Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage & Identity. Ashgate Publs., Aldershot & London [Hb ISBN: 978-0-7546-4922-9]: pp. 125-141. Pdf

170. *- 2008 c. Heritage Contestation and context of Religion: Political Scenario from Southern Asia. Politics and Religion [an annual journal, ISSN 1820-659X. Center for Study of Religion and Religious Tolerance, Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia], vol. 2 (1), Spring: 79-99. Pdf http://www.politicsandreligionjournal.com/images/pdf_files/engleski/volume2_no1/08_singh.pdf

171. - 2008 d. Historical Geography, India; (with Ravi S. Singh), in, Nayak, D. K. (ed.) Progress in Indian Geography. A Country Report, 2004-2008. For the 31st International Geographical Congress, Tunis, Tunisia, 12-15 August 2008. Indian National Science Academy, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110 002: pp. 57-65, & references pp. 122-127. Pdf

172. - 2008 e. Cultural Geography, India; (with Ravi S. Singh), in, Nayak, D. K. (ed.) Progress in Indian Geography. A Country Report, 2004-2008. For the 31st International Geographical Congress, Tunis, Tunisia, 12-15 August 2008. Indian National Science Academy, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110 002: pp. 70-76, & references pp. 128-133. Pdf

173. - 2008-09 f. Mahatma Gandhi's Vision of Sustainable Development: Message for the World's Ecological Order. Prajna (B.H.U. Journal), vol. 54, Nos. 1-2. Svarna Jayanti Visheshank (Golden Jubilee Sp. Vol.): 232-240.

174. - 2009 a. Kashi as Cosmogram: The Panchakroshi Route and Complex Structures of Varanasi; in, Saraswati, B.N. and Malville, John K. (eds.) Pilgrimage, Sacred Landscape and Self-Organised Complexity: pp. 91-102. DK Printworld, Delhi for IGNCA (ISBN: 81-2460-454-1): 97-109.

175. - 2009 b. Death and transformation at Gaya: Pilgrimage, ancestors, and the Sun; [with Malville, John M. and Marshall, Anne L.], in, Saraswati, B.N. and Malville, John K. (eds.) Pilgrimage, Sacred Landscape and Self-Organised Complexity; pp. 103-114. DK Printworld, Delhi for IGNCA (ISBN: 81-2460-454-1): 110-121.

176. - 2009 c. Identity of 'India' & 'Indianness', and Geography in India: Sensitive Appraisal from the past and move to 21st Century; in, Singh, Ravi S. (ed.) Indian Geography: Perspectives, Concerns and Issues. Rawat Publications, Jaipur & New Delhi [ISBN: 81-316-0228-1]: 25 - 64. Pdf

177. - 2009 d. Ethnogeography of the Sun goddess festival, 'Chhatha', in Bhojpur Region, India: From Locality to Universality. Man in India (New Delhi), vol. 89 (1-2): 103-120.

178. *- 2009 e. Urban expansion and changing peri-urban and rural landscape: case of Varanasi, India; in, Persi, Peris (ed.) Contested Territories: Knowledge Fields, Local Identities, Institutions, Planning (Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on 'Cultural Heritage': Pollenza-Macerata, Italy; 11-13 July 2008). Istituto Interfacoltà di Geografia, Università degli Studi di Urbino "Carlo Bo”, Urbino (Italy): pp. 286-294. ISBN: 978-88-90408-30-4. Pdf

179. *- 2009 f. The world heritage villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama, Japan: the tradition of Gassho-style houses and challenges of today; [with Fukunaga, Masaaki], in, Persi, Peris (ed.) Contested Territories: Knowledge Fields, Local Identities, Institutions, Planning (Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on 'Cultural Heritage': Pollenza-Macerata, Italy; 11-13 July 2008). Istituto Interfacoltà di Geografia, Università degli Studi di Urbino "Carlo Bo”, Urbino (Italy): pp. 422-431. ISBN: 978-88-90408-30-4. ALSO published: National Geographical Journal of India (ISSN: 0027-9374/ 2009/ 1303), 55 (2), June: 1-16. Updated version published in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) 2011, Heritagescape & Cultural Landscapes (Shubhi Publ., Gurgaon): 129-150.; and also along with summary in Japanese in, South Asian Affairs (Gifu Women's University, Gifu, Japan; ISSN: 1349-8851), Vol. 7, March: pp. 7-26. Pdf

180. *- 2009 g. Ostmark Revisited and Represented Life Worlds Communicated [with Gustafsson, Gerhard]; in, Gustafsson, Gerhard (ed.) Identities and Life Worlds ? with Examples from Ostmark and Ostmark. Karlstad University Studies: 45. Karlstad University, Karlstad (Sweden, ISSN: 1403-809921-69. ISBN: 978-91-7063-268-6): pp. 21-69. Pdf

181. - 2009 h. Patterns of Density and its Gradients in Small Towns of the Ganga-Ghaghara Doab, Eastern Uttar Pradesh. [with R.K. Chaturvedi]. The Geographer (AMU Geogr. Society. ISSN, Pt: 0072-0909, online 0975-9522), 56 (2), July: pp. 1-6. Pdf

182. - 2010 a. Varanasi, a Heritage city of India: Perspectives, Visions and Strategies for Sustainable Urban Development; in, Dubey, R.N. (ed.) Urbanisation and Urban Planning in India: Vision and reality. [Proceedings of the National Seminar, March 2007]. Shree Natraj Prakashan, New Delhi: pp. 69-94. ISBN: 978-81-89997-56-4.

183. *- 2010 b. Visioning Sacred Geography: Remembering David Kinsley; in, his (ed.) Sacred Geography of Goddesses in South Asia: Essays in memory of David Kinsley (Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Publ. 5). Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : pp. 01-16. Pdf

184. *- 2010 c. Sacred Places of Goddesses in India: Spatiality and Symbolism, [with Ravi S. Singh]; in, his (ed.) Sacred Geography of Goddesses in South Asia: Essays in memory of David Kinsley (Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Publ.5). Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : pp. 45-78. Pdf

185. *- 2010 d. Sacred geography of Vindhyachal goddess territory; in, his (ed.) Sacred Geography of Goddesses in South Asia: Essays in memory of David Kinsley (Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Publ. 5). Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: pp. 211-248. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/343-10vindhyachalranadevibkp211-24816jan10.pdf

186. *- 2010 e. Hindu Goddesses in Kashi: Spatial Patterns and Symbolic Orders, [with Ravi S. Singh and Pravin S. Rana]; in, his (ed.) Sacred Geography of Goddesses in South Asia: Essays in memory of David Kinsley (Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding, Series Publication no. 5). Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: pp. 249-306. Pdf

187. *- 2010 f. The Sun goddess festival, 'Chhatha', in Bhojpur Region, India: an Ethnogeography of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Asiatica Ambrosiana saggi e ricerche di cultura religioni e società dell'Asia [Accademia Ambrosiana, Milan, Italy], nr. 2: pp. 59-80. . [ISBN: 978-88-7870-525-8]. Pdf

188. *- 2010 g. Varanasi, the Heritage City of India: Growth of urban fabrics, visions and strategies for future development. Asian Profile, Asia's International Journal (ARS, Burnaby, Canada, ISSBN: 0304-8675), 38 (3), June; 257-282. [ISSN: 0304-8853, Impact factor: 1.2]. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/340-10vnhergrowthasianprofile383jun10fin.pdf

189. *- 2010 i. Preface: Italy's role in envisioning Asia' [in Italian, Chinese, Japanese, English, and summary in Hindi]. Asiatica Ambrosiana saggi e ricerche di cultura religioni e società dell'Asia [Accademia Ambrosiana, Milano, Italy], nr. 2: pp. 7-35. . [ISBN: 978-88-7870-525-8]. Pdf

190. - 2010 j. Urban impacts on patterns of land use in a peri-urban village: a study of Chamaon Gram Sabha (Varanasi). [with Singh, Pankaj P.]. Uttar Pradesh Geographical Journal (The Brahmavarta Geographical Society of India, Kanpur; ISSN: 0975-4903), vol. 15: pp. 18-26. Pdf

191. - 2010 k. Mahamana Malaviya's vision of Ancient Indian Spatial Planning and Archetypal layout of the Banaras Hindu University. National Geographical Journal of India (ISSN: 0027-9374/2010/1355), vol. 56 (1-2), Sept.-Dec. [special publ.]: pp. 1-16. Pdf

192. - 2010 l. Causes and effects of rural-urban migrations: a study of Rasra town, Ballia. [with Chaturvedi, R.K.]. Magadh Geographical Review (Magadh University, Bodh Gaya. ISSN: 0975-489X), vol. 10 (1): 118-128. Pdf

193. *- 2011 a. Rovine e tradizioni nell'India contemporanea [Ruins and Rubrics in Contemporary India]. Aut Aut, Nuovi fascismi? Atlante occidentale-orientale (il Saggiatore S.p.A., Via Melzo 9, Milano 20129, Italy), nr. 350, aprile-giugno: pp. 134-147 . ISBN: 978-8842-81713-0. . © Rana P.B. Singh. Pdf

194. - 2011 b. Heritagescapes and Cultural Landscapes: an Appraisal; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Heritagescape & Cultural Landscapes. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, no. 6. Shubhi Publs., New Delhi: pp. 7-56. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-226-6]. Pdf Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/350_11_heritgscpcullandranaedbkhertgp7_56.pdf

195. - 2011 c. Heritagescapes of India: Appraising Heritage Ecology; [with Rana, Pravin S.] in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Heritagescape & Cultural Landscapes. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, no. 6. Shubhi Publs., New Delhi: pp. 87-128. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-226-6]. Pdf Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/351-11_heritgsindiaranranbkheritg-p87-128.pdf

196. - 2011 d. The World Heritage Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama, Japan: Continuing Culture and Meeting Modernity; [with Fukunaga, Masaaki] in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Heritagescape & Cultural Landscapes. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, no. 6. Shubhi Publs., New Delhi: pp. 129-150. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-226-6]. Reprinted along with summary in Japanese in, South Asian Affairs (Gifu Women's University, Gifu, Japan; ISSN: 1349-8851), vol. 7, March 2011: pp. 7-26. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/352_11_shirakawjpranafukubkheritagp129_ 150. pdf

197. - 2011 e. Varanasi, India's Cultural Heritage City: Contestation, Conservation & Planning; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Heritagescape & Cultural Landscapes. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi: 205-254. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-226-6]. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/353-11vnsheritgplnranaedbkheritgp205-254.pdf

198. - 2011 f. Bodh Gaya, a World Heritage Site: Tourists and Native's Perceptions of Heritage and its Conservation; [with Kumar, Devesh] in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Heritagescape & Cultural Landscapes. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, no. 6. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi: 255-286. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-226-6]. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/354-11bodhgaya ranadeveshbkheritgp255-286.pdf

199. - 2011 g. Sacredscapes & Sacred Places and Sense of Geography: Some Reflections; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Sacredscapes and Pilgrimage Systems. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, no. 7. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi: 5-46. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-227-4]. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/355-11pecu7ranasacd_introp5-4610.pdf

200. - 2011 h. The Mythic landscape of the Buddhist places of Pilgrimage in India, [with Rana, Pravin S.]; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Sacredscapes and Pilgrimage Systems. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, no. 7. Shubhi Publs., New Delhi: 249-286. . [ISBN (10): 81-8290-227-4]. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/357-11rana-ranabuddhplsbksacredscp247-284n. pdf

201. - 2011 i. Sacred Spaces, Pilgrimage and Tourism at Muktinath, Nepal [with Poudel, Padma C.]; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Sacredscapes and Pilgrimage Landscapes. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 7. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi: pp. 211-246. Hb, ISBN (10): 81-8290-227-4. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/356-11pecu7muktinra-poudelp %20211-246.pdf

202. - 2011 j. Holy places and Pilgrimages in India: The emerging trends and bibliography; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Holy Places & Pilgrimages. Essays on India. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. no. 8. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi: 7-56. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-228-2]. Pdf

203. - 2011 k. Perceptions and Images of Tourists and Pilgrims in Banaras, [with Rana, Pravin S.]; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Holy Places and Pilgrimages: Essays on India. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Ser., Pub. 8. Shubhi Publs., New Delhi: pp. 165-206. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-228-2]. Pdf

204. - 2011 l. Ritualscapes of Gaya, the City of Ancestors; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Holy Places and Pilgrimages: Essays on India. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 8. Shubhi Publications, New Delhi: pp. 207-238. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-228-2]. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline. org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/359-11gayaritranabkholpp207-238.pdf

205. - 2011 m. Pilgrimage and Religious Tourism in India: Countering Contestation and Seduction; in, Singh, Rana P.B. (ed.) Holy Places & Pilgrimages. Essays on India. Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding Series, Pub. 8. Shubhi Publs., New Delhi: 307-334. [ISBN (10): 81-8290-228-2]. Pdf

206. - 2011 n. Mahatma Gandhi's vision of sustainable development; in, Singh, S.K. et al. (eds.) Energy Resources: Alternative Search for Sustainable Development. Shree Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi: pp. 3-18. [ISBN: 978-81-8329-395-2]. Pdf

207. - 2011 o. Think of Research in Indian Geography: Some Reflections; in, Sharma, P.R.; Yadava, R.S. and Sharma, V.N. (eds.) Research Methodology: Concepts and Studies. R.K. Publishers, New Delhi; pp. 253-28. [ISBN: 81-910059-2-9]. Pdf

208. - 2011 p. The Ganga Riverfront in Varanasi: a heritage zone in contestation; in, Markandey, Kalpana and Simhadri, S. (eds.) Globalization, Environment & Human Development. Rawat Publs., Jaipur and New Delhi: pp. 343-356. [ISBN: 81-316-0378-4]. Pdf

209. - 2011 q. Interfaces between Hindu Cosmology and Leonardo da Vinci. Itihas Darpan, Research Journal of Akhil Bhartiya Itihas Sankalan Yojana, ABISY (New Delhi, ISSN: 0974-3065), vol. 16 (2), October [Samvat 2068, Yugabda 5113]: pp. 227-242. Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images /PDF/ISOLA2011/370-11ranavinciit-dar16.27jul11.pdf

210. *- 2011 r. Shikoku Pilgrimage 'henro', Japan: A search in Harmonious co-existence between Nature and Man. [with Hashimoto, Taigen]. South Asian Affairs (The Center for South Asian Studies, Gifu Women's University, Gifu, Japan; ISSN: 1349-8851), Vol. 7, March: pp. 27-67. Pdf Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/352_11_shirakawjpranafukubkheritagp129_150.pdf

211. *- 2011 s. Sacred Geography and Cosmic Geometries: Interfaces in Holy Places of North India and link to Leonardo da Vinci's images; in, Tanaka Kuniko (ed.) Geography & Cosmology Interfaces in Asia and Europe'/ Geografia e cosmografia dell'altro fra Asia ed Europa: Asiatica Ambrosiana saggi e ricerche di cultura religioni e società dell'Asia [Accademia Ambrosiana, Piazza Pio XI, 2 - 23123 Milano, Italy], nr. 3: pp. 235-290. . ISBN: 978-88-7870-600-2.Pdf, Web: http://www.iflaonline.org/images/PDF/ISOLA2011/369-11aa-3sacredgeo prrana16may11fin.pdf

212. *- 2011 t. Politics and Pilgrimage in North India: Varanasi between Communitas and Contestation. Tourism, an International Interdisciplinary Journal [ISSN 1332-7461, Institute of Tourism, Zagreb, Croatia], vol. 59 (no. 3), October: pp. 287-304. UDC: 338.48-6:2(540). << Special Issue: "Pilgrimage: Communitas and Contestation”>>. Pdf

213. - 2012 a. Sacredscapes and Manescape: The sacred Geography of Gaya, India; in, Dutt, Ashok K.; Wadhwa, Vandana; Thakur, Baleshwar, and Costa, Frank J. (eds.) Facets of Social Geography: International and Indian Perspectives. Cambridge University Press India Pvt. Ltd., under imprint of Foundation Books, Delhi: pp. 502-525 [chapter 27]. Hb, ISBN: 978-81-7596-801-1. Pdf

214. - 2012 b. Cultural Geography, India, 2008-12; in, Singh, R.B. (ed.) Progress in Indian Geography. A Country Report, 2008-2012. For the 32nd International Geographical Congress, Cologne, Germany (August 26-30, 2012). Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi 110 002: pp. 81-96. Pdf

215. - 2012 c. Ecospirituality in Indian Tradition: Messages for Global Order; in, Tiwari, Devendra Nath and Mishra, Ananda (eds.) Environment Ethics: Indian Perspectives. Department of Philosophy and Religion, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi: pp. 55-80. ISBN 13: 978-81-924291-0-6. Pdf . Also reprinted in, Singh, Ravi S. (eds.) 2013, Environmental Concerns: Third World Perspectives. YS Books International, New Delhi: pp. 25-50 . ISBN: 978-81-92 745657.

216. - 2012 d. Nature and Cosmic Integrity: A search in Hindu Geographical Thought; in, Banerjee, Anuradha and Srivastava, Sudha (eds.) Challenged Ecology: Man's Responsibility. Pilgrim Publishing, Varanasi and Delhi: pp. 38-58
217. - 2012 e. Varanasi: Master Plans and Perspectives of Heritagescapes [with Pal, Neelam]; in, Singh, K.N. and Rana, N.K. (eds.) Holistic Development: A Regional Perspective [Festschrift to Prof. Jagdish Singh]. Radha Publications, New Delhi: pp. 97-115 . ISBN: 81-7487-784-3.

218. - 2012 f. Urban sprawl and changing peri-urban scene around Varanasi city: A case of Chamaon Gram Sabha; in, Jafri, Syed S.A. and Bajpai, B.K. (eds.) Rural Urban Fringe: Problems and Management. (Proceedings of the National Seminar: 17-18 Nov. 2009); for Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow by Concept Publ. Co., New Delhi: pp. 85-102. . ISBN: 978-81-8069-905-4.

219. - 2012 g. Changing Environs and its Impact on Peri-urban Zone of Varanasi [with Pal, Neelam]; in, Jafri, Syed S.A. and Bajpai, B.K. (eds.) Rural Urban Fringe: Problems and Management. (Proceedings of the National Seminar: 17-18 Nov. 2009); for Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow by Concept Publ. Co., New Delhi: pp. 131-153. . ISBN: 978-81-8069-905-4.

220. - 2012 h. Changing scenario of peri-urban landscape around Ballia city [with Chaturvedi, R.K.]; in, Jafri, Syed S.A. and Bajpai, B.K. (eds.) Problems and Management of Rural Urban Fringe. (Proceedings of the National Seminar: 17-18 Nov. 2009); for Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow by Concept Publ. Co., New Delhi: pp. 180-192. . ISBN: 978-81-8069-905-4.

221. - 2012 i. Singh, Rana P.B. 2012. Changing pattern of peri-urban scenario surrounding the Varanasi city [with Singh, Pankaj P.]; in, Jafri, Syed S.A. and Bajpai, B.K. (eds.) Problems and Management of Rural Urban Fringe. (Proceedings of the National Seminar: 17-18 Nov. 2009); for Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow by Concept Publ. Co., New Delhi: pp. 208-221. . ISBN: 978-81-8069-905-4.

222. - 2012 j. The 51 Shakti Pithas in South Asia: Spatiality and Perspective for Pilgrimage-Tourism. The Oriental Anthropologist, A bi-annual International Journal of the Science of Man (ISSN: 0972-558X, e-ISSN: 0976-3430, OICSR Allahabad; MD Publs., New Delhi), 12 (1), Jan.-June: pp. 01-37. Pdf

223. *- 2012 k. Hinduism and Globalization: Pilgrimage Landscapes, Spirituality and Global Message; in, Bulfirni, Clara (ed.) Religious Traditions and Contemporary Asian Societies/ Tradizioni religiose e dell'Asia contemporanea - Asiatica Ambrosiana, Saggi e ricerche di cultura religioni e società dell'Asia [AA presso la Biblioteca Ambrosiana - Piazza Pio XI, 2 - 23123 Milano, Italy, Bulzoni Editore, Roma], nr. 4: pp. 159-191. . ISBN: 978-88-7870-718-4. Pdf

224. *- 2012 l. Hindu Pilgrimages and Sacred Sites in India: Planning the Sustainable Religious Tourism; in, Trono, Anna T. (ed.) Sustainable Religious Tourism: Commandments, Obstacles, and Challenges [2nd Lecce Conference Proceedings, 26-28 Oct. 2012, University of Salento, Lecce-Tricase]. Edizioni Esperidi - Monteroni di Lecce (Italy): pp. 335-361. ISBN: 978-88-97895-01-5.

225. *- 2012 m. Llamada a la Peregrinación (: pp. 20-26, chapter 3); Sobre los autores, pp. 216-217, and ref. p. 220 ; in, Enterría, Álvaro (edi.) Benarés: La ciudad imaginaria., Terra Incognita e Indica Books, Palma (España). ISBN: 978-84-9716-788-8. [in Spanish].

226. *- 2012 n. Fechas notables de la Historia (: pp. 200-210, chapter 21); Sobre los autores, pp. 216-217, and ref. p. 220 ; in, Enterría, Álvaro (edi.) Benarés: La ciudad imaginaria., Terra Incognita e Indica Books, Palma (España). ISBN: 978-84-9716-788-8. [in Spanish].

227. - 2012 o. The Ganga River: Images, Sacrality and Salvific Places. Geographical Review of India (ISSN: 0375-6386, GSI Kolkata), 74 (4), December: 314-338. Impact factor 2.72. Pdf

228. *- 2013 a. Ecological Cosmology in Hindu Tradition for the 21st Century; in, Sharma, Arvind and Khanna, Madhu (eds.) Asian Perspectives on the World's Religions after September 11. ABC-CLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara CA: pp. 345-372 . Pdf

229. *- 2013 b. [December], Muslim Shrines and Multi-Religious visitations in Hindus' city of Banaras, India: Co-existential Scenario; in, Pazos, Antón M. (ed.) Pilgrims and Pilgrimages as Peacemakers in Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Compostela International Studies in Pilgrimage History and Culture, vol. 4. [Proceedings of the Colloquium: 13-15 October 2010, sponsored by the Spanish National Research Council]. Ashgate Publ. Ltd., Farnham, Surrey UK: , pp. 121 - 147. ISBN: 978-1-4094-6826-4. Pdf

230. *- 2013 c. The Hindu Family in Indian Society: Perspectives and Prospects; in, Angelillo, Maria (ed.) The Family in the Cultures and Societies of Asia/ La famiglia nelle culture e nelle società dell'Asia - Asiatica Ambrosiana, Saggi e ricerche di cultura religioni e società dell'Asia [AA presso la Biblioteca Ambrosiana - Piazza Pio XI, 2 - 23123 Milano, Italy], nr. 5: pp. 19 - 48. ISBN 978-88-7870-888-4. . Pdf

231. *- 2013 d. Rural Cultural Landscapes of India. [4028 words, 3 tables, 3 figures]. An invited essay in Chinese Landscape Architecture (ISSN: 1000-6664; Beijing) 2013 November • vol. 29 • No 215.11: pp. 18-24 [in Chinese pp. 18-22, with detailed English summary pp. 23-24].

232. - 2013 e. Gaia theory and cosmic integrity: Perspectives and Indian Root; in, Sharma, P.R.; Yadava, R.S. and Sharma, V.N. (eds.) Interdisciplinary Advances in Geography. R.K. Books, New Delhi: pp. 103-125. ISBN: 978-81-910059-8-1. Pdf

233. - 2013 f. Indian Cultural Landscape vis-à-vis Ecological Cosmology: A Vision for the 21st Century. Annals, National Association of Geographers of India, Annals- NAGI (ISSN: 097-972X, NAGI New Delhi), vol. 33 (2), December 2013: pp. 36-62. Pdf .

234. - 2013 g. Prof. Kashi Nath Singh (1932-2013): The Legacy and Memorials. National Geographical Journal of India (NGSI-BHU, ISSN: 0027-9374/2013/1443), vol. 59 (3), September: 117-124. Pdf . For shorter version, see Transactions, Institute of Indian Geographers (IIG Pune), vol. 35 (2), 2013: 303-306.

235. *- 2013h. Waterfront Cultural Landscape of Ayodhya (India), an Ancient Sacred Abode of Gods, [with Kumar, Sarvesh]. South Asian Affairs (ISSN 1349-8851; The Center for South Asian Studies, Gifu Women's University, Gifu, Japan), Vol. 9: pp. 6-17. [Pdf, ref. 399.13].

236. *- 2014 a. Banaras: Encountering the Experiences and Expositions of the Spirit of Place; in, Keul, István (ed.) Banaras Revisited - Scholarly Pilgrimages to the City of Light (Wiesbaden, Germany: Harrassowitz Verlag): pp. 77- 93. ISBN: 978-3-447-18987-5. . [Pdf 414a.14]

237. - Singh, Rana P.B. 2014 b. Interfaces between Hindu Cosmology and Leonardo da Vinci. Sthapatyam, Journal of Indian Architecture and Art (Ghaziabad, UP, ISSN: 2349-2368), vol. 1 (1), March: pp. 80-94.

238. *- 2014 c. Place-Based Ecoliteracy and Education for Sustainable Development: Visioning India; in, Tanaka, Kuniko (ed.) The Education in the Cultures and Societies of Asia/ L'educazione nelle culture e nelle società dell'Asia - Asiatica Ambrosiana, Saggi e ricerche di cultura religioni e società dell'Asia [Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana - Milano, Italy, & Bulzoni Editore, Roma], nr. 6: pp. 297-318. ISBN: 978-88-7870-960-7. [Pdf 421.14]

239. - 2015 a. Banaras: Visioning Urban Heritage and Planning; in, Singh, N.K. and Gupta, Aman, et al. (eds.) Vision for Varanasi: A Creative approach to City Management. Bharati Publications, New Delhi: pp. 01-29. ISBN: 978-93-85000-04-1. [Pdf 427.15]

240. - 2015 b. Banaras, the Cultural Capital of India: Visioning Cultural Heritage and Planning. SANDHI, A Journal of Interfacing Science-Heritage and Technology-Tradition of India, vol. 1 (no. 1), February. [25 pp., 13,692 words, 8 B-W line figures, references alphabetically at the end]: pp. 17~41. [Pdf 428.15]

241. *- 2015 c. Hindu Pilgrimages and Contemporary Scenario; [with Haigh, Martin J.], in, Brunn, Stanley D. (ed.) The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. Springer Science + Business Media B.V., Dordrecht & New York. Vol. 2, chapter 4.6. DOI 10.1007/978-94-017-9376-6_39. ISBN: 978-94-017-9375-9. Pdf

242. *- 2015 d. Hinduism and Globalization; [with Aktor, Mikael], in, Brunn, Stanley D. (ed.) The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. Springer Science + Business Media B.V., Dordrecht & New York. Vol. 3, chapter 8.8. DOI 10.1007/978-94-017-9376-6_100. ISBN: 978-94-017-9375-9. Pdf

243. - 2015 e. 'Understanding Place & Envisioning the Cosmos'; in, Rodrigue, Barry; Grinin, Leonid and Korotayev, Andrey (eds.) From Big Bang to Global Civilization: A Big History Anthology. vol. II. (Primus Publications, New Delhi): ca pp. 451-457. <2500 words, 2 figs., 1 table>; last editing: 13 Sept. 2014. ISBN: 978-0-520-27499-0. Pdf <424.15>

244. - 2015 f. 'Varanasi, Making of India's heritage City'; in, Bimal K. Kar and Abani K. Bhagabati (ed.) Society and Development: Contemporary Perspectives - Festschrift to Prof. H.N. Sharma. EBH Publishers India, Guwahati. Submitted: 1 April 2013. <10,093 words, (& 8 tables); 23pp. + 6 Figs. Pdf <394.15>

245. *- 2015 g. Kashi: Representation in the Sacred Cartographic Art in the 19th Century; in, Filippo Fasulo, Chiara Piccinini, and Clara Bulfoni (eds.) Le arti nella storia e nelle società dell'Asia/ The arts in the history and society of Asia [Proceedings of the International Conference; AA VII Dies Academicus: 23 - 25 October 2014] - Accademia Ambrosiana, Asiatica Ambrosiana, Sezioni di Studi Cinesi, Giapponesi, Indiani [Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana - Milano, Italy, & Bulzoni Editore, Roma], nr. 7. ISBN: 978-88-7870-960-8.

246. *- 2015 h. Hinduism in connection to my life and work: Experiences and Revelation; in, Mettepenningen, Jürgen (ed.) The World Book of Faith; in German (Herder Verlag, Berlin), in French (Edtions Albin Michel, Paris), in Dutch (Lannoo Publ. Leuven for Belgium & Ten Have Publ. Amsterdam for The Netherlands), and negotiation in English [3000 words]. Pdf Additional information/ Achievements:



* UGC Research Fellow: JRF (1971-72), SRF (1973-1976); CSIR Scientist Pool (1981-83, Meerut Un.)

* Series Editor: Planet Earth & Cultural Understanding (published 1-5 vols. from Cambridge Scholars Publishing U.K., and 6-9 vols. from New Delhi, 2009-2013).

* Associate/Executive Editor: The National Geographical Journal of India (a qt. since 1955 from The National Geographical Society of India, B.H.U., Varanasi; ISBN: 0027-9374), 1986 - 1995.

* Founding President: Society of Heritage Planning and Environmental Health, since 1985 contd--- .

* Founding President: Society of Pilgrimage Studies, since 1985 contd--- .

* Expert Advisor (Varanasi), World Bank - Mo Urban Development, Govt. of India: Inclusive Heritage-based City Development Programme, 2012-2013.

* Member, Technical Advisory Committee for NCSTC on "Eco & WaSH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) Futures, Mo S & T, DST Govt. of India, since 2012 contd---

* Expert Member, 'Heritage Cell', Varanasi Municipal Corporation, Varanasi, UP, since 2012 contd---

* Member, UNESCO Indian Heritage Cities Network (- representing Varanasi).

* Life Member: INTACH, Indian National Trust for Art, Culture and Heritage.

* President: Indo-Japanese Cultural Association, Banaras, IJCAB, since 1985 contd---

* President: Indo-Nordic Cultural Association, INCA, since 1995 contd---

* Vice President: Indo-Italiano Cultural Association, IICA, since 1995 contd---

* Member, A.A. Istituzione del Comitato Scientifico (Milano, Italy), 2010-2015.

* Executive Member, South Asia, IGU Initiative: Cultures & Civilizations for Human Development, CCHD, 2005-2008.

* Member, IGU Steering Committee for the 'UNO Year of Global Understanding', 2012-2014.

* Member: IGU Commission on Cultural Approach in Geography, 2012-2016.

* Member: IGU Commission on Landscape Analysis and Planning, 2012-2016.

* Member: IGU Commission - History of Geographical Thought, 1988-2004.

* Executive Member (South Asia), International Research Foundation SAARC (Tokyo, Japan).

* Member, Advisory Board of the BHUMI Project [Green Pilgrimage Network - OCHS], Oxford

* Member, Editorial Board of the International Journal of Religious Tourism & Pilgrimage, IJRTP (Dublin Institute Technology, Ireland).

* Member, Editorial Board of the Human Geographies, an International Journal (University of Bucharest, Romania).

* Secretary (1976-1980), and Co-Chairman (1980-1984): IGU Working Group, Transformation of Rural Habitat in Developing Countries.

* Member, SG on 'Geography of Religion & Belief Systems' (Assoc. Amr. Geogr. USA), since 1990.

* Member (Asia): IGU Steering Committee, UNO Year of Global Understanding, 2012-2014.

* Consultant: UNO-CHBP (Centre for Housing, Building and Planning), New York, 1977-80.

* Visit Abroad (63 places, 23 countries), as visiting scholar, special invitee in the seminars and panellist, and keynote speakers:- Australia, Austria, Belgium, China PR, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Singapore, Soviet Union, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, USA (& Hawaii).

* Participation the Seminars/ Conferences: (i) International, abroad: 53; (ii) International, India: 62; and (iii) National, India: 68; TOTAL: 183.

* Supervision of PhD - awarded: 13 during 1988-2013.

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