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A Manual of Historical Research Methodology. E Sreedharan. 'The work is useful for those beginning historical research projects. It shows how historians analyse sources based on internal and external criticism, and emphasises the need to assess the veracity of primary sources. Models and methods are discussed including comparative methods, quantitative methods and micro history. E. Sreedharan provides a dependable review for students of history. Such a book was long overdue, and Sreedharan has filled this gap by compiling this work, which explores history's uses and values, the value of other disciplines, research methodology, and historical controversy'. More

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Chattampi Swami: An Intellectual Biography
R Raman Nair , L Sulochana Devi

Manual of Historical Research Methodology
E. Sreedharan

Sanskrit Informatics - R Raman Nair,  L Sulochana Devi

Soul Whispers- C P Santhi Prasad

Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
Sanskrit Translation by L. Sulochana Devi

Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
Hindi Translation  by Prabakaran Hebbar Illath

Pracheena Malayalam (Part -II)- By Chattampi Swami

Alanju Thiriyunnavar- Khali Gibran (Malayalam)

Prema Jeevitham- Khali Gibran (Malayalam)

Neelambari- C P Padmakumar (Malayalam)

Public Library: (Malayalam)- By K. M Govi

Library and Information Science (Malayalam)
By K. M Govi

Communist Manifesto  by Marx and Engels
Malayalam Translation by CSIS Team

Ardramee Manasapookal (Malaylam Short Stories)
L.Sumangala


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Chattampi Swami: An Intellectual Biography. R. Raman Niar and L. Sulochana Devi.
Chattampi Swami (1853-1924) was a unique social and religious reformer. His thoughts and work influenced the launching of many social, religious, literary and political organizations and movements in Kerala and for the first time gave voice to those who were marginalized. The book
adds new dimensions to our understanding of the extraordinary figure of the late nineteenth century renaissance in India.  More

CHATTAMPI SWAMII DIGITAL ARCHIVE
Chattampi Swami was a unique social and religious reformer. His thoughts and work influenced the launching of many; social, religious, literary and political organizations and movements in Kerala and for the first time gave voice to those who were marginalized. His impact on renaissance and reformation in Kerala is unparalleled. The Centre for South Indian Studies is developing Chattampi Swami Digital Archive (CSDA) as an attempt to collect and collate documents related to Swami that still exist. CSDA will also include information on Swami's sanyasin and grihastha disciples.

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