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by Adams Media

Everything® cookbooks are a popular choice for home cooks looking for fresh, original recipes that only taste you've spent all day in the kitchen. But now we've collected fifty of our most delicious and authentic Indian recipes. Here's all you need to get started making tasty, satisfying recipes from Chicken Tikka Masala to Mango-Saffron Chutney.

Indian Basket Weaving

by The Navajo School of Indian Basketry

The methods of Indian basket weaving explained in this excellent manual are the very ones employed by native practitioners of the craft. Members of the Navajo School of Indian Basketry have set down their secrets in clear and simple language, enabling even the beginner to create work that can rival theirs in grace, design, and usefulness.The text begins with basic techniques: choice of materials, preparation of the reed, splicing, the introduction of color, principles and methods of design, shaping the basket and finishing. A great variety of baskets and weaves from many cultures are described in subsequent chapters, such as Lazy Squaw, Mariposa, Toas, Samoan, Klikitat, and Shilo, each accompanied by specific instructions. There are suggestions for the weaving of shells, beads, feathers, fan palms, date palms, and even pine needles, and recipes for the preparation of dyes.Examples of each type of basket are illustrated by photographs, often taken from more than one angle so that the bottom can be seen as well as the top and sides. Close-up photography of the various types of stitching, especially at the crucial stage of beginning the basket, is an invaluable aid to the weaver. In addition, the authors have provided line drawings which are exceptionally clear magnifications of the various weave patterns.Anyone who follows the lessons contained in this book will have a knowledge of basketry unattainable in any other way. They are so lucid and complete that the amateur as well as the experienced weaver will be able to manufacture baskets distinguishable from authentic native articles only in that they were not woven by Indians. For those who merely seek a broader knowledge of American Indian arts, the book provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject of basketry.

The Indian Bride

by Charlotte Barslund Karin Fossum

When perpetual bachelor Gunder Jomann goes to India for two weeks and comes home married, the town of Elvestad is stunned. On the day the Indian bride is supposed to arrive, the battered body of a woman is found in a meadow on the outskirts of town. None of the "good people of Elvestad" can believe that anyone among them would be capable of such a brutal murder. But in his quiet, formal way, Inspector Konrad Sejer understands that good people can commit atrocious deeds, and that no one is altogether innocent--including the café owner who knows too much, the girl who wants to be a chief witness, and the bodybuilder with no outlet for his terrible strength. Another brilliantly conceived, dark novel from one of Europe's most successful crime writers.

The Indian Cemetery (Sugar Creek Gang #13)

by Paul Hutchens

Join the Sugar Creek Gang for more adventures in Minnesota's Lake Country. Could the mysterious man wandering around the Indian cemetery at night with a tackle box have anything to do with the kidnapped Ostberg girl? Or could it be the other mysterious man with dark glasses and a white boat? Along the way you discover what the Bible says about death and eternal life. The Sugar Creek Gang series chronicles the faith-building adventures of a group of fun-loving, courageous Christian boys. These classic stories have been inspiring children to grow in their faith for more than five decades. More than three million copies later, children continue to grow up relating to members of the gang as they struggle with the application of their Christian faith to the adventure of life. Now that these stories have been updated for a new generation, you and your child can join in the Sugar Creek excitement.

Indian Children's Favorite Stories

by Rosemarie Somaiah B. Ranjan Somaiah

This colorfully illustrated multicultural children's book presents Indian fairy tales and other folk stories--providing insight into a rich literary culture.Indian Children's Favorite Stories is a charming selection of eight Indian tales that provide an insight into traditional Indian culture. Retold for an international audience, the beautifully illustrated stories will give children of all ages a glimpse into the fables and folklore of India including tales of how the Lord Krishna escapes the evil Kamsa's repeated attempts to kill him, and how the elephant keeper's daughter, Rani, humbles an unwise and unjust king by emptying his storehouses of rice.Featured Indian stories include: Munna and the Grain of RiceT he Birth of Krishna No Ordinary Lad The Story of Rama Sukhu and Dukhu Tenali Raman Journey to Heaven The Foolish Man A glossary is also included to clarify Indian words. The Children's Favorite Stories series was created to share the folktales and legends most beloved by children in the East with young readers of all backgrounds in the West.

Indian Country

by Peter Matthiessen

After winning an eight year legal battle, here is the controversial book that powerfully sheds new light on the plight of Native Americans. Matthiessen's urgent accounts and absorbing journalistic details make it impossible to ignore the message they so eloquently proclaim.

Indian Country

by Philip Caputo

Indian Country is a sweeping, brave and compassionate story from one of our most acclaimed chroniclers of the Vietnam experience.Christian Starkmann follows his boyhood friend, an Ojibwa Indian called Bonny George, from the wilderness of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, where they roamed, hunted and fished in their youths, to the wilderness of Vietnam, where they serve as soldiers in the same platoon. After returning home from the war, his friend buried on the battlefield he left behind, Christian begins to make a life for himself. Yet years later, although he is happily married to June, a good-hearted social worker, and has two daughters, Christian is still fighting--with the searing memories of combat, with the paranoid visions that are clouding his marriage and threatening his career, and most of all with the ghost of Bonny George, who haunts his dreams and presses him to come to terms with a secret so powerful it could destroy everything he has built.

Indian Country Noir

by Sarah Cortez Liz Martínez

Step into Indian Country. Enter the dark welter of troubled history throughout the Americas, where the heritage of violence meets the ferocity of intent.Features brand-new stories by: Mistina Bates, Jean Rae Baxter, Lawrence Block, Joseph Bruchac, David Cole, Reed Farrel Coleman, O'Neil De Noux, A.A. Hedge Coke, Gerard Houarner, Liz Martínez, R. Narvaez, Kimberly Roppolo, Leonard Schonberg, and Melissa Yi.Sarah Cortez, a law enforcement officer, is the award-winning author of the poetry collection How to Undress a Cop. She brings her heritage as a Tejana with Mexican, French, Comanche, and Spanish blood to the written page.Liz Martínez's stories have appeared in Manhattan Noir, Queens Noir, and Cop Tales 2000. She is a member of Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers, and she lives in New York.

Indian for Everyone

by Anupy Singla

Indian for Everyone is the third book by Anupy Singla, by far her most stunning and comprehensive offering yet. Singla is America's favorite authority on Indian home cooking, and her expertise with delicious, healthful recipes has endeared her to fans the world over. This new book opens up the true simplicity and flavor of Indian food for anyone, regardless of dietary restrictions, expertise, or familiarity.Singla has chosen the cuisine's most popular dishes and, unlike other Indian cookbooks, embedded different preparation styles and ingredients into every recipe. Included are quick-and-easy adaptations for making a meal vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free, as well as alternatives for the slow cooker. Beginners appreciate the book's step-by-step instructions, while veterans find it useful as a reference point for their favorite dishes, including little-known instructions and standard cook times. The book also caters to healthy eaters and folks with allergies and dietary preferences.With deeply personal, detailed stories behind these recipes, readers see how traditional Indian cooking helped connect Singla and her daughters to their cultural heritage. More than the next great Indian cookbook, this is the next great American cookbook - sure to become a staple of every family's collection.

Indian Givers: How Native Americans Transformed the World

by Jack Weatherford

In a fascinating new look at the Indians of North and South America, Indian Givers proves these people were instrumental in shaping world culture--from the monetary system to our diets to political organizations and our beliefs.

Indian Givers: How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World

by Jack Weatherford

"As entertaining as it is thoughtful. . . . Few contemporary writers have Weatherford's talent for making the deep sweep of history seem vital and immediate. " THE WASHINGTON POST After 500 years, the world's huge debt to the wisdom of the Indians of the Americas has finally been explored in all its vivid drama by anthropologist Jack Weatherford. He traces the crucial contributions made by the Indians to our federal system of government, our democratic institutions, modern medicine, agriculture, architecture, and ecology, and in this astonishing, ground-breaking book takes a giant step toward recovering a true American history.

The Indian Ideology

by Perry Anderson

Today, the Indian state claims to embody the values of a stable political democracy, a harmonious territorial unity, and a steadfast religious impartiality. Even many of those critical of the inequalities of Indian society underwrite such claims. The Indian Ideology suggests that the roots of the current ills of the Republic go much deeper, historically. They lie, in the way the struggle for independence culminated in the transfer of power from British rule to Congress in a divided subcontinent, not least in the roles played by Gandhi as the great architect of the movement, and Nehru as his appointed successor, in the catastrophe of Partition. Only an honest reckoning with that disaster, Perry Anderson argues, offers an understanding of what has gone wrong with the Republic since Independence. The "Idea of India," widely diffused not only in the official establishment, but more broadly in mainstream intellectual life, side-steps or suppresses many of these uncomfortable realities, past and present. For its own reasons, much of the left has yet to challenge the upshot: what has come to be the neo-Nehruvian consensus of the time. The Indian Ideology, revisiting the events of over a century in the light of how millions of Indians fare in the Republic today, suggests another way of looking at the country.

Indian Killer

by Sherman Alexie

A gritty, smart thriller from a literary superstar<P> A killer has Seattle on edge. The serial murderer has been dubbed "the Indian Killer" because he scalps his victims and adorns their bodies with owl feathers. As the city consumes itself in a nightmare frenzy of racial tension, a possible suspect emerges: John Smith. An Indian raised by whites, John is lost between cultures. He fights for a sense of belonging that may never be his--but has his alienation made him angry enough to kill? Alexie traces John Smith's rage with scathing wit and masterly suspense.In the electrifying Indian Killer, a national bestseller and New York Times Notable Book, Sherman Alexie delivers both a scintillating thriller and a searing parable of race, identity, and violence.

The Indian Lawyer

by James Welch

His shiny Saab and his finely tailored suits make Sylvester Yellow Calf's childhood unimaginable. Abandoned by his parents, he was raised in poverty on the Blackfoot reservation in Montana. Now a prominent lawyer, Sylvester moves between two worlds, feeling slightly out of place in each. In the city, the possibilities of business and political success seem limitless for Sylvester, until the parole board on which he sits denies release to convict Jack Harwood. Bent on freedom, Harwood engineers a cunning scheme that threatens to ensnare Sylvester and destroy his career. The Indian Lawyer is a vivid evocation of the American West and a provocative tale of the paradoxes of assimilation.


by Mahesh Bhagwat Prashant Kelkar Chhaya Bakane Monika Verma

The revised syllabus for Indian Political System is divided in two parts- four units for the Third Semester and four units for the Fourth Semester. The topics include the structure of the Indian political system and its dynamics.

Indian Rice and Breads

by Devagi Sanmugam

India contains a wide variety of breads which reflect its cultural diversity. Indian Rice and Breads embodies the diversity of India with its wide selection of breads and rice dishes from all over the subcontinent. This cookbook has everything you need to create over 40 of the tastiest, easy to make, authentic Indian rice and bread dishes. Indian Rice and Breads features recipes for Appam, breads, chutneys, and rice. Recipes include:Banana appamStuffed IdliGarlic naanMasala thosaiDate chutneyPeanut chutneyChicken biryaniNavaratan pilauAnd many more! Also included are unit conversion tables, dual measurements, over 30 detailed photos, and an overview of basic Indian ingredients to create authentic and appetizing Indian favorites. Each recipe includes cook time, prep time, and serving sizes. Enjoy!

The Indian School

by Gloria Whelan

In 1839, 11-year-old Lucy is sent to live with her aunt and uncle. Since her parents have recently died, Lucy misses them very much. She soon makes friends with the Native American children who attend the school that her aunt and uncle run. But what will Lucy do when one of the girls runs away?

The Indian Sign (Milan Jacovich Mystery #11)

by Les Roberts

"Sleuth Milan Jacovich is working two cases with unsuspected complications." "Case number one comes with a visit from the owner of a small factory who has what he terms a "security problem." Hired to look into the background of one of his clients' employees. Milan discovers that the man is indeed not what he seems. But why isn't he? Milan must dig much deeper into what has turned out to be a very complex situation before he can answer that." "Milan's other case has a very different history. It's winter, the famous Lake Effect is whipping snow and cold onto Cleveland's east side, and on a bench across from Milan's apartment building an aged Native American man has been sitting stolidly for hours and hours, ignoring the brutal weather. The next morning Milan sees that the bench is empty - and then he learns that the old man has been found murdered." "The crime brings Edgar Ettawageshik to Milan; he wants the detective to find out why his grandfather was in Cleveland - and what connection that has to the kidnapping of his infant nephew from their tiny village in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. His first case, the security matter, is forcing Milan to make difficult moral choices. And while the other case gives him an opportunity to assuage some of the guilt he feels for not having done anything about the insistent presence of old Ettawageshik, it also confronts him with the blind hope of grieving parents who look to him for what he's very afraid could only be a miracle. Milan Jacovich will need all his skills, and even more luck, if he is going to be able to write a satisfactory "closed" on either of these tangled affairs."

Indian Vegetarian Cooking

by Devagi Sanmugam

A collection of over 30 healthful and delicious recipes including Indian Tomato Cashew Pilau Rice, Spicy Chickpea Stew with Tamarind and Royal Paneer Curry.

Indian Vegetarian Cooking from an American Kitchen

by Vasantha Prasad

Recipes include: ¸ Cucumber Pirogue ¸ Spicy Potato Soup ¸ Fruit Salad with Yogurt Cheese Dressing ¸ Sautéed Eggplant and Bell Pepper Curry ¸ Spinach with Homemade Cheese (Saag Paneer) ¸ Mixed Vegetable Korma (Navarathna Korma) ¸ Rice Pilaf with Cashews, Black Pepper, and Coconut ¸ Vegetable Biryani ¸ Basic Toovar Dal ¸ Spicy Black-eyed Pea Curry ¸ Chapatis (Whole Wheat Flat Breads) ¸ Parathas (Whole Wheat Flaky Griddle Breads) ¸ Aloo Parathas (Potato-stuffed Breads) ¸ Masala Dosa ¸ Rava Idli ¸ Minty Yogurt Drink ¸ Sweet Vermicelli Pudding ¸ Almond Milk FudgeFrom the Trade Paperback edition.


by Stuart A. Kallen P. M. Boekhoff

The Hoosier state was once part of the vast Northwest Territory inhabited by the Miami and other native tribes. With the coming of the French and English fur traders the region was changed forever. Indiana explores the history of the state from its indigenous origins to the beginning of statehood in 1816.

Indiana Jones and the Army of the Dead

by Steve Perry

On a treacherous odyssey to find a fabled black pearl, Indy and his cohort, Mac McHale, must cross the Island of the Dead, where the legend of the "zombi" looms large, and where spiders, snakes, and booby traps will prove the least of Indy's challenges.

Indiana Jones and the Dance of the Giants

by Rob Macgregor

Indiana Jones has landed his first teaching post, in the archaeology department at London University. His brightest--and prettiest--student is a twenty-year-old Scottish girl, Deirdre Campbell, who claims she's uncovered a golden scroll, proof of the true existence of Merlin, sorcerer of myth and legend. Indy's intrigued by the thesis ... and by Deirdre. So, too, is member of Parliament Adrian Powell. He's seeking to resurrect the ancient order of the Druids, whose secrets of power could pave his way to world conquest. But first he needs the scroll ... and he's willing to kill to get it. Where there's magic, mystery, and murder, Indy goes to the head of the class. Dropping his books and picking up his bullwhip, he joins Deirdre on an action-packed chase across Britain, from the peril-filled caves of Scotland to the savage dance of the giants at Stonehenge--where Merlin's secret will finally be revealed. But not before Indy gets a lesson in love from Deirdre ... and a lesson in hate from a maniac who means to rule the world.

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