Presidency University

Tender Notice No:Books 17-18/FEPDF / History / Sl. No. 1

27.02.2018

Sealed quotations are invited from the Enlisted Vendors of the University to quote their lowest possible rate for the supply of the under-mentioned goods/articles, subject to the following terms and conditions. The quotations must be submitted to Dr. Md. Sajjad Alam Rizvi of Department of History of the University.

Last date & time for submission of quotation is 06.03.2018 up to 3: 30 P.M.

Consignment in details:-

Sl. No

Author Surname

Brand / Make

Approximate Quantity

1

Ghosh, Decentring Empire

Orient Longman

1

2

Bhattacharjee, Rethinking 1857

Orient Longman

1

3

Nayar, Trial of Bahadur Shah Zafar

Orient BlackSwan

1

4

Beg, The Last Mushairah of Delhi

Orient Longman

1

5

Sarkar, Shivji and His Time

Orient BlackSwan

1

6

McGrath, Stri: Feminine Power in the Mahabharata

Orient BlackSwan

1

7

Sengupta, Pedagogy for Religion

University of California Press

1

8

Mason, Concise History of Modern Europe

Rowman & Littlefield

1

9

Vanita, Gender, Sex and the City

Springer

1

10

Veluthat, Political Structure of Early Medieval South Asia

Orient Longman

1

11

Goswami, Assam: From Yandabo to Partition

Orient BlackSwan

1

12

Kagle, When Sun Meets Moon

UNC Press

1

13

Lahiri, Marshalling the Past

Permanent Black

1

14

Subrahmanyam, Is Indian Civilization a Myth?

Permanent Black

1

15

Khan, Indian’s Polity in the Age of Akbar

Permanent Black

1

16

Khan, The Mughal Nobility

Permanent Black

1

17

Bhatia, Unforgetting Chaitanya

OUP

1

18

Bandyopadhyay, Religion and Modernity in India

OUP

1

19

Mitra, Delhi in Transition 1821 and Beyond

OUP

1

20

Eaton, Power, Memory and Architecture

OUP

1

21

Poonawala, Turks in Indian Subcontinent

OUP

1

22

Orsini, After Taimur Left

OUP

1

23

Nile, Making Space: Sufis and Settlers in Early Modern India

OUP

1

24

Sheikh, Forging a Region

OUP

1

25

Verma, Mughal Painting

OUP

1

26

Verma, Interpreting Mughal Painting

OUP

1

27

Spear, Delhi: Its Monuments and History

OUP

1

28

Robinson, Islam, South Asia and the West

OUP

1

29

Roy, Islam in History and Politics

OUP

1

30

Jain, Identity, Community and State: The Jains under the M ughals

Primus

1

31

Siddiqui, Composite Culture under the Sultanate of Delhi

Primus

1

32

Sharma, Literature, Culture and History in Mughal North India

Primus

1

33

Chattopadhyay, Representing the Others

Primus

1

34

Chakraborty, Exploring Early India Up to c. AD 1300

Primus

1

35

Bronner, South Asian Texts in History

Ann Arbor

1

36

Bhattacharya, Approaches to History

Primus

1

37

Trivedi, The Making of the Awadh Culture

Primus

1

38

Coch, Mughal Architecture

Primus

1

39

Chatterjee, Literature as History

Primus

1

40

Singh, Political Violence in Ancient India

Harvard

1

41

Shaikh, Sufi Narratives of Intimacy

MRML

1

42

Seshan, Ideas and Institution in Medieval India

Orient BlackSwan

1

43

Chattopadhyay, The Concept of Bharatvarsha

Permanent Black

1

44

Savory, Iran under the Safavids

CUP

1

45

Canfield, Turko-Persia in History Perspectives

CUP

1

46

Moin, The Millennial Sovereign

Columbia University Press

1

47

Akasoy, Islam and Tibet: Interactions along the Musk Road

Routledge

1

48

Aquil, Literary and Religious Practices in Medieval and Early Modern India

Routledge

1

49

Aquil, Lovers of God: Sufism and the Politics of Islam in Medieval India

Manohar

1

50

Daves, Empiricism and History

Macmillan International Higher Education

1

51

Jabbar, Historiography and Writing Post-Colonial India

Routledge

1

52

Kuczkiewicz-Fras, Islamicate Traditions in South Asia

Manohar

1

53

MacRaild and Taylor, Social Theory and Social History

Macmillan International Higher Education

1

54

Powell, Muslims and Missionaries

Routledge

1

55

Caine, Biography and History

Macmillan International Higher Education

1

56

Bhadani, Medieval India 3: Researches in the History of India

Manohar

1

57

Iraqi, Medieval India 2: Essays in Medieval Indian History and Culture

Manohar

1

58

Gildear, Writing Contemporary History

Bloomsbury Academic

1

59

Walker, Writing Early Modern History

Hodder Education Publishers

1

60

Frykenberg, Christians and Missionaries in India

Psychology Press

1

61

Zilli, The Mughal State and Culture 1556-1598

Manohar

1

62

Hussain, Shiraz-i-Hind A History of Jaunpur Sultanate

Manohar

1

63

Green, Cultural History

Macmillan International Higher Education

1

64

Munslow, Narrative and History

Macmillan International Higher Education

1

65

Beger et al, Writing History: Theory and Practice

Bloomsbury Academic

1

66

Bennett, South Asian Sufis: Devotion, Deviation, and Destiny

A&C Black,

1

67

Mojodden, The Biographical Traditions in Sufism

Routledge

1

68

Aftabchi, Tazkiratul Waqiat

Raza Library

1

Note: a) The sealed cover should be duly superscribed with the enquiry no & date and name of the item quoted in block letter.

b) Party is requested to keep in touch with Dr. Md. Sajjad Alam Rizvi (Department of History), Presidency University before quoting the rate for better knowledge of specification, quality of material, etc.

c) Warranty must be mentioned in your offer for all the above items.

d) Please make sure to mention unit price and cumulative price for all items that should be inclusive of all taxes, duties and other charges as stated in point no.3 below.

e) Rate and amount of GST for each item is to be specified in the quotation.

Finance Officer

Terms & conditions of the Quotation:-

1. The bidder must be GST-Registered (photocopy of the GST Registration Certificate to be provided along with the quotation). Quotations of the unregistered dealers would be summarily rejected.

2. The quotations should be made by the vendors in their original letterheads clearly indicating the aforesaid goods/articles in details.

3. Price quoted should be inclusive of GST, installation, commissioning and delivery charges up to Presidency University.

4. Rate and amount of GST for each item is to be specified in the quotation.

5. Validity of the quotation will be at least 3(three) months from the closing date of the enquiry.

6. Sample must be attached with quotation in all possible cases.

7. Our enquiry no and date & Purchase order no. and date must be quoted on all correspondences and those should be duly signed and seal.

8. Bidders must as far as possible, arrange to supply the materials within the stipulated time mentioned in the purchase order. This delivery time must be strictly adhered to. Failure to supply within the specified time will lead to cancellation of the order without notice.

9. The University reserves the right to accept or reject any quotation in part or full without assigning any reason thereto.

10. In all cases of disputes, the decision of the University shall be final & binding on you.

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