Rarh: The Cradle of Civilization

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Rarh: The Cradle of Civilization is a book written by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar. In this book Sarkar called Rarh (a large area of West Bengal, India) as the "cradle" of human civilization. The book was first published in 1981 under the title Sabhyatár Ádibindu – Ráŕh.[1]

Dedication

The book was dedicated to the "outstanding people" of Rarh. Sarkar wrote in the dedication message:[1]

To the sacred memory of all those outstanding personalities of Ráŕh who, by their sacrifice, perseverance and humanistic efforts, have illuminated the face of universal humanity.

Chapters

The book has been divided into following chapters—

  1. Publisher's Note
  2. Rarh – 1.
  3. Rarh – 2. Outstanding Personalities of Rarh
  4. Rarh – 3.
  5. Rarh – 4.
  6. Rarh – 5.
  7. Rarh – 6.
  8. Rarh – 7.
  9. Rarh – 8.
  10. Rarh – 9.
  11. Rarh – 10.
  12. Rarh – 11.
  13. Rarh – 12.
  14. Rarh – 13.
  15. Rarh – 14.
  16. Rarh – 15. The People of Rarh
  17. Rarh – 16.
  18. Rarh – 17. Animals of Rarh
  19. Rarh – 18.
  20. Rarh – 19. Language, Literature and Culture of Rarh
  21. Rarh – 20. The Script of Rarh
  22. Rarh – 21.
  23. Rarh – 22. Mauṋgalkávya and Vaeśńavkávya
  24. Rarh – 23.
  25. Rarh – 24.
  26. Rarh – 25.
  27. Rarh – 26.
  28. Rarh – 27.
  29. Rarh – 28. The Temples of Rarh
  30. Rarh – 29. The Climate of Rarh
  31. Rarh – 30. History of the Regions of Rarh
  32. Rarh – 31. Socio-Economic Exploitation in Rarh
  33. Glossary

References

  1. ^ a b Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar "Rarh: The Cradle of Civilization" Rarh: The Cradle of Civilization Ananda Marga Pracaraka Samgha