The Heritage of Indian Tea

This Book Provides A Perspective Of The History Of The Tea Industry In India, The Role Tea Plays In Our Lives And That Of Our Country, And The Wide-Ranging Developmental Initiatives That Have For Decades Been Undertaken By The Indian Tea ...

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Author: D. K. Taknet

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015052552794

Category: Tea

Page: 264

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This Book Provides A Perspective Of The History Of The Tea Industry In India, The Role Tea Plays In Our Lives And That Of Our Country, And The Wide-Ranging Developmental Initiatives That Have For Decades Been Undertaken By The Indian Tea Industry. It Is A Well-Researched And Insightful Effort At Providing A Holistic Perspective Of The Industry. An Interesting Study Because Of Its Style And Rare Pictures. Condition Good.

Maritime Heritage of India

II - MARITIME HERITAGE OF INDIA Tea was brought to India by the British.They
began planting tea in the areas under their control and soon,large scale
production of tea commenced.Since the time when the colonial rulers brought
this ...

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Author: Indian Navy

Publisher: Notion Press

ISBN: 9789352069170

Category: History

Page: 244

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This photo-essay book is a modest attempt to link our maritime past, along with the entire progress, to the present, and in light of the same, to relate the future of the nation to a distinct maritime orientation with the Indian Navy as the lead national maritime agency. It traces about 7,500 years of India's maritime history and heritage. There are eight chapters, each dwelling on different aspects of maritime heritage namely, trade and commerce, evolution of cultures, influence of architecture, forts and lighthouses, naval battles and the evolution of the Indian navy. With images and artwork, this book will give the reader a vivid insight into our country's rich maritime past.

China s Route Heritage

The ultimate failure of the military efforts by the British, coupled with the failure of
Indian tea to find a welcome reception among Tibetan tea drinkers, are
interpreted by tea- horse road scholarship as patriotic signs of Han- Tibetan unity
in the ...

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Author: Gary Sigley

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000217865

Category: Art

Page: 274

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China’s Route Heritage examines the creation, development and proliferation of the route heritage discourse of the Ancient Tea Horse Road (Chamagudao), in the People’s Republic of China. Examining the formation of the tea-horse road as a concept, its development as a platform for cultural branding, and its most recent interactions with the policy of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the revival of the discourse on the Silk Roads, the book demonstrates that the tea-horse road is an important part of the discourse on Chinese modernity. Describing the route heritage of the tea-horse road as a ‘mobility narrative’, whereby an ancient route is used to form a narrative of ethnic unity and cooperation, the book demonstrates that the study of such heritage offers unique insights into issues that are of concern to the wider field of critical heritage studies. Sigley also shows how the study of alternative route heritage enables us to gain a broader sense of route heritage discourse and its implications for the discussion of historical, present and future forms of mobility and connectivity within China and beyond its borders. China’s Route Heritage should be of interest to researchers and postgraduate students who are engaged in the study of heritage, China, the Silk Roads and the BRI, politics, international relations and tourism.

Sociology of Indian Tea Industry

( Ed . ) , Plantation Labours of North - East India , N.L. Publishers , Dibrugarh ,
Assam , 1997 . Women Workers of Tea Plantations in India , Heritage Publishers ,
New Delhi , 1992 . Bhadra , R.K. : Social Dimension of Health of Tea Plantation ...

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Author: Khemraj Sharma (Education officer.)

Publisher: Mittal Publications

ISBN: 8183240224

Category: Arunāchal Pradesh (India)

Page: 95

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Study with reference to the state of Arunachal Pradesh, India.

The Marwari Heritage

Mcleod Russel is the world's largest producer of tea and the largest Indian tea
exporter. It owns 63 tea estates and 62 factories in 4 countries. Its total cultivated
area is 38,758 hectares. The Company accounts for 8 per cent of India's tea
output ...

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Author: D.K. Taknet

Publisher: IntegralDMS

ISBN: 9781942322061

Category: Reference

Page: 532

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From the early Vedic period, the Vaishyas, the oldest mercantile community of India, generated wealth for the nation through their remarkable efforts. Their Marwari offshoots were appointed by many rulers as ministers, advisors and diwans and were recognised as the first philanthropists in India. The Marwari Heritage takes the reader on a voyage of discovery of the Marwaris who migrated from Rajputana, Haryana, Malwa and its adjoining regions to other parts of India. They braved trials and tribulations in unchartered territories, supporting others of their community, never losing faith in their ability to succeed, and focused on their goal, they became the uncrowned kings, first of trade and business, and later of industry. They joined the freedom struggle with a true spirit of patriotism, philanthropy and active political involvement. Many courted imprisonment and even achieved martyrdom. Today, the roots of the Marwari community are deeply enmeshed in the social, cultural and economic fabric of India. Their innate psyche of giving back to society has seen them donate generously to education, empowerment of women and vocational training leading to employment. Shedding some traditions and retaining many, they have stepped into the modern age, achieving an enviable cultural mix. At the helm of most successful entrepreneurial enterprises, their focus on innovation and technological advancement has resulted in governments of several countries seeking their advice on economic growth. Of the many who have left an indelible mark on the history, socio-political and economic foundations of the country, this book is enriched with rich cameos of some of these ‘greats’ and the reader derives insights into numerous newly discovered and hitherto unrecorded facts. The younger generation of Marwaris continue to dream big and build on the foundations their forefathers planted. They continue to grow from strength to strength, marching towards new horizons. The plethora of welfare schemes and trusts responsible for development of the nation’s needy continue to be monitored with precision. Meticulously researched over five years and richly illustrated with over 100 rare, coloured photographs, paintings, and 600 black and white photographs, illustrations and rare documents published for the first time, readers have much to feast their eyes on. This pictorial book also serves as an inspiration to any and everyone who dares to dream and reach for the skies.

Asian Agri history

A History of Indian Tea Industry . Weidenfeld & Nicholson , London , UK . Taknet ,
D . K . 2002 The Heritage of Indian Tea : The Past , the Present , and the Road
Ahead . Indian Institute of Marwari Entrepreneurship , Jaipur , India . Tennent , J ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015057965116

Category: Agriculture

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Business World

With India slowly getting used to the supermarket culture there is more shelf
space for well packaged tea to attract the ... is gradually being exploited as
alternative the heritage bunglows of the colonial era , tearevenue stream for the
planters .

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Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924083380570

Category: India

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Business India

From : The Heritage of Indian Tea by D.K. Taknet - GREAVES “ The history of
Crompton Greaves goes back to 1878 when Col. R.E.B. Crompton founded
R.E.B. Crompton & Company . The company merged with F.A. Parkinson in the
year ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X030039861

Category: Business

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The Tea Book

PAIGURIJ AL INDIAN TEA CULTURE The British began to cultivate tea in. INDIA
... Tea gardens of note include Samabeong, Teesta Valley garden, and Glenburn,
which has a resort hotel in the heritage bungalows near the tea gardens.

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Author: Linda Gaylard

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 9780241240076

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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Experience the world's finest tea The Tea Book guides you through the best ways to choose, prepare and taste the many different varieties of tea available around the world, with everything you need to know to bring the fragrance and allure of the tea shop into your home. The essential companion for all tea aficionados, this detailed tea book features over one hundred international tea recipes, including chai tea, matcha, the increasingly popular bubble tea, and herbal tisanes such as Yerba Mate. Tasting notes help you to identify key characteristics, so that you can tell your green tea from your pu'er. With information on growing and harvest seasons, and maps of the most important tea-producing regions. This practical, fully illustrated guide is perfect for tea lovers.

The Democratic Heritage a History of the United States

A Tempest over Tea Lord North caused the next Anglo - American crisis . The
East India Company had a monopoly on the importation of tea into England , for
which it paid a duty of a shilling a pound . In 1773 the Company was in financial ...

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Author: Arthur Stanley Link

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000028305095

Category: United States

Page: 674

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Status of Women Working in the Tea Plantations

Encylopaedia Asiatica comprising Indian subcontinent Eastern and Southern
Asia Maidah - Nyasa . New Delhi : Cosmo Publication . Vol . 11 . BHADRA , MITA
. 1992 Woman workers of tea plantation in India . New Delhi : Heritage
Publishers .

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Author: Elizabeth Kaniampady

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015061550300

Category: Women tea plantation workers

Page: 273

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The Book Results Out Of An Empirical Study On The Status Of Women With Special Reference To The Women Working In The Tea Plantations. This Is A Maiden Anthropological Venture Among The Working Women In Assam Tea Planatations.

Indian Anthropologist

Journal of the Indian Anthropological Association. work . ... Work , Working
Facilities and Occupational Mobility Among the Adivasi Women Workers in Tea
Plantation " Eastern Anthropologist , 40 ( 2 ) . ... New Delhi : Heritage Publishers .

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ISBN: UCAL:B5082367

Category: Ethnology

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Man and Life

1924 Hand book of Castes and Tribes employed on the tea estates in North -
east India , Calcutta : Indian Tea Association . Da botia , S . K . 1981 Maran Matak
Mayamora , Calcutta : Indian Studies , Past and Present . Danda , Ajit K . 1994 ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112070205544

Category: Applied anthropology

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Journal of Indian History

8 Ву 1880 there were 207 , 600 acres in the Indian hills , producing a total of
40,000,000 lbs . of tea annually and Assam in 1885 produced half of India's tea
and employed 107,847 workers . 9 The largest number of gardens were in the
four ...

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ISBN: UCLA:L0061283784

Category: India

Page:

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India Today International

day , years after the monk chanced tea leaves . If one asks nicely , they upon the
place , as some of the most might even offer the chance to join celebrated tea
gardens in India . The them . If invited just grab a basket and distinct aroma and ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015057954490

Category: India

Page:

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Cultural Heritage of Assam

Tea , for example , has been exported ever since the first batch of Assam tea was
auctioned at London in 1834. Even now Assam produces more than half of
India's and 15 percent of world's tea . Its export has declined somewhat due to ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D02679243S

Category: Assam (India)

Page: 164

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Annual Report

Tea Board has continued its objectives to protect and preserve its various tea
names and logos as India's treasured geographical indications and icons of
India's cultural and collective heritage . Brief details are as under : The
Registrations ...

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Author: India. Department of Commerce

Publisher:

ISBN: UCBK:C098109261

Category: India

Page:

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