The picture of a revolution in education to he wrought out in a free India with the complete abandonment of the present system is constantly held up before the public eye by some of the leading politicians of the day. [...] He was conscious of the danger from a purely British standpoint of initiating the people of India into the political theories and ideas of liberty propounded by Burke and Mill but he and in his wake the British admnistrators of India stood up for the right system of eduction in scorn of consequence. [...] He was responsible for the steps taken by the Nizam's Government for the preservation of the frescoes of Ajanta. [...] The Indian Geographical Journal (Formerly : The Journal of the Madras Geographical Association). [...] The Journal of the Numismatic Society of India.
|Section I India Topical Anthropology and Ethnology||1-237||unknown|
|Section II Further India and Indonesia||238-248||unknown|
|Section III Adjoining Countries||249-274||unknown|
|Section IV Islamic World||275-285||unknown|
|Section V Micellaneous||286-288||unknown|