Monday, 15 July 2013

sociology books

S.No. Name Author / Publisher
1 Herton and Hunt, Sociology Mcgraw- Hill International, Singapore 1984
2 Abrahamson Mark, Urban Sociology Prentice-Hall Inc, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1980
3 Haris C. C., The Sociology Enterprises : A Disscussion of Fundamental Concept St. Martin Press Inc., New York, 1980
4 Wilson John, Introduction to Social Movements Basic Books, NY , 1998.
5 Hamilton , Malcom, B. The Sociology of Religion Routledge, London , 1995.
6 Williams, Malcom, Science and Social Science : An Introduction Routledge, London , 2000.
7 D.K.S. Roy, Social Development and the Empowerment of Mariginalised Groups: Perspectives and Strategies Sage, New Delhi - 2001
8 Harris C.C., The Family Allen and Unwin, London - 1977
9 Andreas Hess, Concept of Social Stratification, European and American Models Palgrave, Houndmills, NY , 2001
10 Giddens, Anthony, Capitalisation and Modern Social Theory University Press Cambridge, 1971
11 Smelser, N.J.The Sociology of Economic Life Prentice Hall, New Delhi - 1988.
12 Haralombos, M, and Heald, R,M. Sociology : Themes and Perspectives Oxford. Delhi - 1980.
13 Randall Collins, Theoretical Sociology Harcourt Brace and Company, Florida, 1996.
14 Bottomore. T.B. Sociology : A GFuide of problem and Literature Allen and Unwin, London - 1972.
15 Etzioni, Amitali, Modern Organization Prentice Hall, NY, 1995
16 Cuff, Sharrock, and Francis, Perrspective in Sociology Routledge, NY 1995
1 Mandelbaum, David, Society in India Press Berkreley, 1970
2 Srivnivas M N Caste in Modern India and Other Essays Asia Publishing House, Bombay -1962
3 Srinivas M N Social Change in Modern India Berkeley,University of California Press 1966
4 Srinivas and Shah, The Myth of the self sufficiency of the Indian Village The Economic weekly, 12:1375-1378
5 Beteille Andre Sociology Oxford, New Delhi - 2002
6 Beteille Andre, The idea of Natural, Inequality and other Essays Oxford, Delhi - 1987
7 Beteille Andre, Essay in Contemporary Sociology Oxford, Delhi- 1987
8 Beteille Andre, Social Inequality of Indian Penguine London - 1978
9 Singh Yogender Cultural Change in India Rawat, Jaipur, 2002
10 Singh Yogender, Modernization of Indian Tradition Thompson Press, New Delhi - 1973.
11 Unnithan T K , Indra Dev and Singh, Y, (eds) Towards a Sociology of Culture in India Prentice Hall, new Delhi - 1965
12 Gupta, Dipasnkar, Interrograting Caste Penguine, New Delhi - 2000
13 Shah A M Family in Contempory India Orient Longman, New Delhi - 2001
14 Chandrani and Chandrani, Essay in Rural Sociology Rawat, Jaipur -2000
15 Desai, Neera, and Krishnaraj, Women and Society in India New Delhi - 1990
16 Singer Milton and Cohen B.S. Structure and chasnge in Indian Society Weener Grin Foundation for Anthropological Research 1968
17 Sharma K L (ed) Sociolo Inequilities in Indian , Profiles of Caste Class, Power and Sociol Mobility Rawat, Jaipur 19945
18 Gallenter Masrc, Competing, Inequalities Oxford, NY 1998
19 Joshi, P C Sociol Science and Development: Quest for Relevence Hasr-Anand Publication, Delhi 1995

Monday, 17 June 2013

Mustard oil

 Mustard oil contains good percentage of OmegAlpha - 3 and Omeg Alpha- 6 fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamin E.

This oil is generally used as cooking oil, but did you know mustard oil also does wonders to your face, hair and skin? Charoo Chawla Anand, Director Blliis by Ravissant tells us how...

Mustard oil - An excellent moisturiser
If you have a dry skin or dry patches in your body, getting a mustard oil massage will help moisturise the skin. As a matter of fact, you can do spot massages once in a week to retain the suppleness of the skin.

Mustard oil - Flawless skin
Body massage using mustard oil regularly is said to give a flawless skin as it acts on pigmentation and reduces it. You can gently massage even your face with mustard oil once every week to get the same effect.

Mustard oil - Acts against fungal and yeast infections
If you are prone to get fungal and yeast infections, massaging your body with mustard oil frequently will keep them at bay as it has allyl isothocyanate that acts against these infections.

Mustard oil - Acts as an anti-arthritic and anti-rheumatic medication
It is an excellent remedy for those suffering for arthritis and rheumatic ailments. Massaging the joints and the entire body will reduce the pain and give relief. A warm massage is said to be more effective.

Mustard oil - Enhances blood circulation
Circulation of blood to skin increases when the body one uses mustard oil for massaging. This is more effective when warm oil is used. This is one of the reasons why most of the masseuses use a combination of mustard oil with other such oils while massaging to stimulate the blood flow.

Mustard oil - Cleanses the skin
Mustard oil can be used as an effective skin cleanser. Massaging the body and face with this oil removes dirt and also cleans the clogged pores. However, people having very oily skin in face should not use this frequently.

Mustard oil - Provides relaxation and rejuvenation
The oil when massaged not only relieves pain but also provides relaxation to the stressed and tensed muscles. The skin is nourished and rejuvenated as the blood flow is increased.

Mustard oil - Hair loss prevention
Mustard oil is a proven hair vitaliser. This is commonly used in most Asian countries for massaging the hair. Even popular salons use warm mustard oil to give the hair immediate shine.

It is not an exaggeration to say that mustard oil is THE massaging oil. One more positive aspect of this oil is that it is much cheaper than other oils like olive oil, almond oil etc that are used for massaging.