KĀIUM, Mohāmmad Ābdul see QĀYYUM, Mohāmmad Ābdul
KALIMUDDIN, Muhammad. Islamic education and libraries in Bengal. Calcutta: Barnali, 1999. 216 p.
‘KALKUTTA’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1993), Band 4, p. 132.
Covers: Verlags- und Pressewesen, and Bibliothekswesen.
KALSI, A. S. ‘The influence of Nazir Ahmad’s Mirat-al-‘arus’, Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 7 (1990), pp. 31-44.
KAMAL, Abu Hena Mustafa. The Bengali press and literary writing, 1818-1831.
Ph.D. thesis, University of London, 1969.
KAMLESHWAR. ‘Cinema and the book’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 174-181.
KAMLESHWAR. ‘Cinema and the book’, in Dina N. Malhotra & Narendra Kumar (ed.), 60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007 (New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006), pp. 228-237.
Only very slightly revised version of the essay published in the 50-year commemorative volume.
KĀNADE, Rāmacandra Govinda. Marāthī niyatakālikāñcā itihāsa. (1832 te 1937). Bombay: Karnataka Publishing House, 1938. 8, 196 pp.; 56 plates.
In Marathi. 14140.m.9
KANAPATHIPILLAI, Nalayini co-author see WICKRAMANAYAKA, S. S. K.
KANDA, Subash Vadamalai. ‘Market trends in the South Indian publishing region’, Publishing Research Quarterly Vol. 23 No. 4 (2007), pp. 270-277.
KANJILAL, K. C. ‘Literary societies in India: their objects and methods of work’, Calcutta Review Vol. 134 No. 267 (1912), pp. 46-54.
KANNAN, Akilan. ‘Tamil’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 111-116.
KANNAN, Akilan. ‘Tamil’, in Dina N. Malhotra & Narendra Kumar (ed.), 60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007 (New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006), pp. 145-152.
Revised version of the essay published in the 50-year commemorative volume.
KAR, Śiśir. Banned Bengal. Howrah: Shiva & Co., 1992. 180 p., ill.
KAR, Śiśir. Bengali books proscribed under the Raj. New Delhi: Samskriti, 2009. xxix, 410 p.
English translation of the next item, with an introduction by Sumanta Banerjee.
KAR, Śiśir. Britiśa śāsane bājeyāpta bāmlā bai. Kalikata: Ananda Publishers, 1988. 352 p., ill.
KAR, Śiśir. Secret press. Howrah: Shiva & Co., 1995. A-D, 97 p., 1 plate.
KARAK, Madhuri. ‘Saving Niyamgiri, unofficially: grey literatures in a resource frontier’. Unpublished paper, The 41st Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 13 October 2012.
KARAN, Kavita, & VISWANATH, K. ‘Maldives’, in Shelton A. Gunaratne (ed.), Handbook of the media in Asia (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2000), pp. 118-131.
KARKARIA, R. P. ‘Beginnings of the newspaper press in India’, East and West Vol. 1 (1902), pp. 546-562.
KARKARIA, R. P. ‘The oldest paper in India: the Bombay Samachar. A chapter in the history of the native press’, The Calcutta Review No. CCXII (April 1898), pp. 218-236.
KARKARIA, R. P. ‘The revival of the native press of Western India – the Rast Goftar. Another chapter in the history of the native press’, Calcutta Review Vol. 107 (1898), pp. 226-243.
On the famous Gujarati newspaper.
KARLEKAR, Hiranmay. ‘Popular literature and the reading public’, Indian Horizons Vol. 40 Nos. 3-4 (1991), pp. 68-61.
KARMACHARYA, Madhav Lal. The publishing world in Nepal. Kathmandu: Laligurans Prakashan, 1985. 86 p.
KARMACHARYA, Madhav Lal. Some hints on printing & publishing in Nepal. Kathmandu: Suresh B. Malla, 1974. 32p.
Published on the occasion of the International Book Fair 1974.
KARPELÈS, S., & MALLERET, L. ‘Notes et documents sur l’impression des dictionnaires de Mgr. Tabard édités au Béngale en 1838’, Bulletin de la Société des Études Indochinoises 1er trimestre (1948), pp……………..
Also separately printed as 18 p. ‘Extrait du Bulletin … On the 2 volumes printed at Serampore in 1838, Dictionarium Anamitico-Latinum and Dictionarium Latino-Anamiticum.
KARTHAK, Salon. Padri Gangaprasada Pradhanako jivana bakhana. Kalimpong: Sarikar Prakashana, 2001.
In Nepali. A biography of the pioneering Nepalese publisher Gangaprasad Pradhan, proprietor of the Gorkha Press.
KARTHIKA, V. K. ‘The Indian rights market’, Publishing Research Quarterly Vol. 23 No. 2 (2007), pp. 141-145.
KARUNATILAKE, H. N. S. English publications in Ceylon in the nineteenth century. [Colombo?]: Centre for Demographic and Socio-Economic Studies, . 103 p.
KATS, Ivan co-editor see SAAD, Ibrahim
KATYAL, Anjum. ‘Seagull: romancing the book’, in Sria Chatterjee & Jennie Renton (comp. & ed.), Kolkata book city: readings, fragments, images (Edinburgh: Textualities, 2009), pp. 97-111.
KAUL, Chandrika. ‘England and India: the Ilbert Bill, 1883: a cse study of the metropolitan press’, The Indian Economic and Social History Review Vol. 30 No. 4 (1993), pp. 413-436.
KAUL, Chandrika. Reporting the Raj: the British press and India, c. 1880-1922. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2003. xvii, 302 p., ill.
KAUL, Hari K. (ed.) Early writings on India: a union catalogue of books on India in English language published up to 1900 and available in Delhi libraries. New Delhi: Arnold Heinemann, 1975. 324 p.
Lists 3,277 items from over 200 libraries. Also published by Curzon Press, London
KAUL, Hari K. (ed.) Export of Indian books: promotion and marketing. New Delhi: Institute of Book Publishing, . viii, 143 p.
KAUL, Hari K. ‘Role of books in national development’, in Dina N. Malhotra & Narendra Kumar (ed.), 60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007 (New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006), pp. 196-204.
KEEBLE, U. ‘Magazines for women’, Pakistan Review No. 1 (June 1953), pp. 33-37.
KEKULAWALA, Sumanapala K. ‘Some linguistic features of the eighteenth-century Sinhala placaaten of the Dutch: a preliminary survey’, in Historical essays: primary printed and manuscript sources for sixteenth to nineteenth century available in Sri Lanka. Papers prepared for a seminar sponsored by the United States Educational Foundation in Sri Lanka (Colombo: Hansa Publishers Limited, 1976), pp. 28- ………..
KELEKAR, Ravindra. A bibliography of Konkani literature in Devanagari, Roman & Kannada characters. Goa: Gomant Bharati Publications, 1963. 87 p.
KELKAR, Narasimha Cintāmana. Vrttapatra-mīmāmsā. Pune: …………….., 1965.
In Marathi. History of Indian, particularly Marathi, journalism. SOAS: XII.Mar.Q.165.
KEMPER, Steven. The presence of the past: chronicles, politics, and culture in Sinhala life. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1991. xiv, 244 p.
KENNEDY, Rev. James. Life and works in Benares and Kumaon 1839-77. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1884. xxiii, 392 p.
Contains a description of Pañcānan Karmakār casting types at Serampore (p. 7) and the effect on Indians of literature (“sceptical” as well as Christian) imported from Britain (p. 364). Facsimile edition published Delhi, 1993.
KENNEDY, Vans. ‘Oriental translations of the Scriptures’, Asiatic Journal New Series Vol. 4 (1831), pp. 169-180.
KERMANINEJAD, Farzan. Usage of nasta’liq in the modern publications. http://www.typoday.in/2012/spk_papers/farzan-kermaninejad-typographyday2012.pdf
KESAVAN, Bellary Shamanna. The book in India. Delhi: New National Book Trust, 1986.
KESAVAN, Bellary Shamanna. ‘A brief perspective on printing and publishing in India’, Libri Vol. 33 No. 4 (1983), pp. 247-273.
KESAVAN, Bellary Shamanna. The glory that the printed word was and could be. [Calcutta: Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation, 1981.] 36 p., ill.
The inaugural address in the Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation’s lecture series.
KESAVAN, Bellary Shamanna. History of printing and publishing in India: a story of cultural re-awakening. Volume I: South Indian origins of printing and its efflorescence in Bengal. New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, 1985. xxxi, 461 p., ill.
What about Volume 2??????.
KESAVAN, Bellary Shamanna. History of printing and publishing in India: a story of cultural re-awakening. Volume III: Origins of printing and publishing in the Hindi heartland. New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, 1997. xx, 388 p., ill., maps.
KESAVAN, Bellary Shamanna. BOOK ON NLI.
KESWANI, S. L., & KUMAR, Dhananjay. ‘Paper production and its availability’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 256-262.
KESWANI, S. L., & KUMAR, Dhananjay. ‘Paper production and availability’, in Dina N. Malhotra & Narendra Kumar (ed.), 60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007 (New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006), pp. 332-341.
Revised version of the essay published in the 50-year commemorative volume.
KHAIR, Tabish. ‘Indian pulp fiction in English: a preliminary overview from Dutt to De’, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature Vol. 43 No. 3 (2008), pp. ……….
KHAN, Abdul Kadir. ‘Mayamanasimhera patrapatrikā’, in ………. (ed.) Mayamanasimhera sāhitya o samskrti (Mymensingh: …………………………., 1978), pp. 438-473.
KHAN, J. A. ‘Beginnings of historical writing in Urdu’, Journal of the Punjab Historical Society Vol. 42 (1994), pp. ………
KHAN, J. A. ‘Historical writing in Urdu under the auspices of Dihli College (1825-77)’, Journal of the Punjab Historical Society Vol. 43 (1995), pp. ………
KHAN, Masood Ali. ‘The growth of Urdu press’, in K. S. S. Seshan ed., Hyderabad-400: saga of a city (Hyderabad: Association of British Council Scholars, Andhra Pradesh Chapter, 1993), pp.113-123.
KHAN, Masood Ali. The history of Urdu press (a case study of Hyderabad). New Delhi: Classical Publishing Company, 1995.
KHAN, Mofakhkhar Hussain. The Bengali book: history of printing and bookmaking. Dhaka: Bangla Academy, 1999-2001. 2 vols.
A revised version of the author’s thesis. Vol. 2 is again a bibliography of Bengali books printed between 1777 and 1866.
KHAN, Mofakhkhar Hussain. English translations of the Holy Qur’an: a bio-bibliographic study. Tokyo: Toppan, 1997. xiii, 437 p.
KHAN, Mofakhkhar Hussain. History of printing in Bengali characters up to 1866. Unpublished Ph. D. thesis, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1976. 2 vols.
Vol. 1 covers: history of Bengali printing in Europe; early efforts at printing by Indians; invention of Bengali movable metal types and printing of the first book; history of government printing; history of missionary printing; history of commercial printing; Bengali printing types: their problems, history, forms and use; a survey of Bengali printing between 1777 and 1866; subject-matter of the books printed between 1777 and 1866; bibliographic control. Vol. 2 is a bibliography of Bengali books printed between 1777 and 1866.
KHAN, Mofakhkhar Hussain. ‘The printer of the earliest Calcutta calendar: Hicky or Kiernander?’, The Library Series 6 Vol. VI No. 2 (1984), pp. 174-176.
KHAN, Muhammad Siddiq. Bāmlā mudrana o prakāśanera gorāra kathā. Dhaka: Bāmlā Ekādemī, 1371 = 1964. 6, 206 pp.; ill.
KHAN, Muhammad Siddiq. Bāmlā mudrana o prakāśane Kerī yuga. Dhaka: Bānglā Bibhāga, Dhākā Biśvabidyālaya, 1962.
In Bengali. “The Carey period in Bengali printing and publishing”.
KHAN, Muhammad Siddiq. ‘The early Bengali printed books’, Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1966, pp. 200-208.
KHAN, Muhammad Siddiq. ‘The early history of Bengali printing’, The Library Quarterly Vol. 32 No. 1 (Jan. 1962), pp. 51-61.
KHAN, Muhammad Siddiq. ‘Felix Carey: a prisoner of hope’, Libri Vol. 16 No. 4 (1966), pp. 237-268
KHAN, Muhammad Siddiq. ‘William Carey and the Serampore books (1800-1834)’, Libri Vol. 2 No. 3 (1961), pp. 197-280.
KHĀN, Nādir ‘Alī. Hindūstānī pres, 1556 tā 1900. Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Urdu Academy, 1990. 420 p.
In Urdu. A history of the Indian press 1556 to 1900, with special reference to Urdu printing.
KHĀN, Nādir ‘Alī. A history of Urdu journalism (1822-1857). Delhi: Idarah-I Adabiyat-I Dellli, 1991. viii, 371 p.
KHĀN, Nādir ‘Alī. Urdū sahāfat. Aligarh: Educational Book House, 1989.
KHĀN, Nādir ‘Alī. Urdū sahāfat kī mukhtasar tārīkh. Lahore: Book Canal, 1993. 414 p.
KHARE, Prem Shankar. The growth of press and public opinion in India, 1857 to 1918. Allahabad: Piyush Prakashan, . 151 pp.
KHĀSTUGĪR, Āśis. ‘Batatalāra baiyera bājāra’, Anushtupa Vol. 45 No. 4 (2011) (Batatalā biśesha sankhyā), pp. 19-58.
In Bengali. On the ………………
KHĀSTUGĪR, Āśis. ‘Uniśa śatake bāmlā baiyera bājāra’, in Svapan Cakrabartī (ed.), Mudranera samskrti o bāmlā bai (Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007), pp. 130-137.
In Bengali. “The market for the Bengali book in the 19th century”.
KHATUN, Samia. ‘Hadith to puthi: the production of the book-commodity and the translation of Islamic narratives to Bengali poetry in late 19th-century Calcutta.’ Unpublished paper, ‘Commodities and Affect’ conference (Commodities and Culture in the colonial world 1851-1914), Kolkata, 14 January 2011.
KHUDA Bakhsh Library Journal – articl on rare English-language books in KBL.
Apparently Salim-ud-Din (?) Khuda Bakhsh (son of the Library’s founder) was very interested in English literature and books and purchased many titles from Europe.
KHULLAR MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL INVESTMENT SERVICES. Indian book publishing. New Delhi: The US Foreign Commercial Service and the US Department of State, 1999.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Dāstān-I sahāfat. Lahore: Maktaba-e Karwan, 1989.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. ‘Growth of libraries in India’, International Library Review Vol. 4 (1972), pp. 21-65.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. History of newsletters in the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent. Assen: Van Gorcum & Co., G. A. Hak & Dr. H. J. Prakke, 1956. 123 p.; ill.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Journalism in Pakistan. Lahore: United Publishers, 1972.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Journalism in Pakistan: first phase, 1845 to 1857. Lahore: Publishers United Ltd, 1964. vii, 122 pp.; ill.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Karvan-i sahāfat. [???????]: Anjuman Taraqqi-yi Urdu, Pakistan, 1989. 258 p.
In Urdu. A history of journalism and newspapers in Pakistan.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Newsletters in the Orient with special reference to the Indo-Pakistan sub-continent. Islamabad: National Institute of Historical and Cultural Research, 1988. (Reprint Series: 2). 123 p. , ill.
A reprint of the Assen 1956 edition. Newsletters in relation to newspapers (pp. 89-91) includes mention of some of the earliest printed Persian and Urdu newspapers.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. ‘Pakistan’, in John A. Lent (ed.), The Asian newspapers’ reluctant revolution (Ames: The Iowa State University Press, 1971), pp. 298-316.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Press in Muslim world. Lahore: Qaumi Kutub Khana, 1954. 72 p.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Press in Pakistan: report of a public opinion poll. Lahore: ………………………, 1954.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Rau men hai rakhsh-i-‘umr: āp bītī. Lahore: Ātish Fishān Publications, 1986. 328 p., ill.
In Urdu. Autobiography of the famous Pakistani journalist.
KHURSHID, Abdus Salam. Sahāfat Pākīstān-o-Hind mein. Lahore: Maktaba-e Karwan, 1992.
KHURSHID, K. Mitra. Journalism in India. Master’s Thesis, North Western University, Illinois, 1939.
KIBRIYA, Golam. The press in Bangladesh and issues of mass media. Dhaka: The Sunday Publications, 1985. vi, 136 p.
KING, Bruce. The internationalization of English literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. xiv, 386 p. (The Oxford English Literary History Volume 13: 1948-2000).
KING, Christopher R. ‘Forging a new linguistic identity: the Hindi movement in Banaras, 1868-1914’, in Sandria B. Freitag (ed.) Culture and power in Banaras: community, performance and environment, 1800-1980 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989), pp. 180-202.
KING, Christopher R. ‘The printed mirror: publishing in 19th and early 20th century U.P.’, South Asia Library Notes & Queries 28 (1992), pp 2-15
KING, Christopher R. One language, two scripts: the Hindi movement in nineteenth century North India. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1994. xi, 232 p.
KIRĀNE, Nirmalā, & TĀMBE, Rekhā (ed.) Ānandamaya Gopāla Kirāne. Pune: Snehavardhan Publishing House, 2002. 189 p., ill.
In Marathi, with some letters in English. Essays, letters and poems on the life and work of the well=known Maharashtrian educator and publisher, Gopal Kirane, 1923-1974.
KIRLOSKAR, Mukundarāy co-editor see BHATKAL, Sadānand
KIRSOP, Wallace. ‘Libraries for an imperial power’, in Giles Mandelbrote & K. A. Manley (eds.) The Cambridge history of libraries in Britain and Ireland Vol. 2: 1640-1850 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 494-508.
Very brief scattered references to India: Calcutta Public Library (subscription) (p. 496), Hurkam [i.e. Hurkaru] Circul;ating Library, Calcutta (p. 498), Bengal ecclesiastical libraries (p. 500), Fort William College, Hindu Sanskrit College and Calcutta Madrassah (p. 501), Asiatic Society of Bengal Library (p. 503), East India Company military libraries (p. 504).
KIRSOP, Wallace co-author see BARNES, John
KITĀBĪ dunyā. Karachi: ‘A. Khalid, 1967 [?] –
In Urdu. A monthly devoted to the book-trade in Pakistan. Still being published in 19?????.
KIZHAKEMURI, D. C. ‘Malayalam’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 71-80.
Author = father of Ravi Deecee who contributed the essay on Malayalam to the 60-year commemorative volume.
KNIGHTON, William. Reminiscences of an Indian journalist. ……………: Hurst and Blackett, 1855. ….. p.
KNOWLTON, Edgar C., Jr. ‘Antaõ de Proença’s Vocabulario Tamulico-Lusitano, Indo-Portuguese elements’, Tamil Culture Vol. XI (1964), pp. 135-164.
KOPF, David. British orientalism and the Bengal renaissance: the dynamics of Indian modernization 1773-1835. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1969. xii, 324 p.
Discusses the cultural significance of early print culture in Bengal – Serampore, Fort William College, Hindoostanee Press, etc.
KOTELAWELA, Don Ariyapala. Value of the proclamations (placaaten) issued by the Dutch government of Ceylon for the study of Ceylon history of the 17th and 18th centuries. In Historical essays: primary printed and manuscript sources for sixteenth to nineteenth century available in Sri Lanka. Papers prepared for a seminar sponsored by the United States Educational Foundation in Sri Lanka (Colombo: Hansa Publishers Limited, 1976), pp. ………..
KOTTARATHUMKUZHI, Thomas Matthew. ‘Malayalam language and foreign missionaries’, in George Menachery (ed.), Thōmāpēdia (Ollur: Thōmāpēdia, 2000), pp. 166-168.
KOUTCHOUMOW, J. A. ‘India: at the threshold of a new book vision’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 315-320.
KREK, Miroslav. ‘Some observations on printing Arabic in America and by Americans abroad’, Manuscripts of the Middle East 6 (1992), 70-87.
[P. 85 India mentioned.]
KRISHNA, G. Komarraju Venkata Lakshmana Rao. Hyderabad: International Telugu Institute, 1984. 76, v p.
[In which language????] Biography of Komarraju Venkatalakshmana Rao, 1877-1923, Telugu writer and publisher from Madras.
KRISHNAMURTI, B., & MUKHERJEE, A. (ed.). Modernization of Indian languages in news media. Hyderabad: Osmania University, 1984.
KRISHNAMURTHY, Nadiga. Indian journalism: origin, growth and development of Indian journalism from Asoka to Nehru. Mysore: University of Mysore, 1966. 582 p.
KRISHNA REDDY, G. ‘Forging public opinion: the press, television, and electoral campaigns in Andhra Pradesh’, in Bernard Bel (ed.), Media and mediation (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2005), pp. 315-345.
KRISHNA REDDY, G. ‘Forging public opinion: the press, television, and electoral campaigns in Andhra Pradesh’, in Arvind Rajagopal (ed.), The Indian public sphere: readings in media history (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 228-244.
Reprinted from Bernard Bel (ed.), Media and mediation (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2005).
KRSNĀCĀRYA. Hindī ke ādi mudrita grantha. Delhi: Bharatiya Jnanapitha, 1966. ….p.
A bibliography of early Hindi printed books 1801-70.
KSHETRIMAYUM, Neelakash. ‘A script called Meetei Mayek’, Typo No. 49 (autumn 202), pp. 44-47.
On the indigenous ‘pre-Bengali’ script used for writing Manipuri.
KUECHEN, U.-B. ‘Nagari-Schrift’, in Severin Corsten, Günther Pflug, & Friedrich Adolf Schmidt-Künsemüller (eds.), Lexikon des gesamtne Buchwesen (Zweite, völlig neuarbeitete Auflage) (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann Verlag, 1996), Band 5, p. 292.
KULANDRAN, Sabapathy. A history of the Tamil Bible. Bangalore: The Bible Society of India, 1967. xvi, 259 p.
Both Dutch and British efforts discussed.
KULARATNE, Tilak. History of printing and publishing in Ceylon 1736-1912. Dehiwala: The Author, 2006. xxii, 304 p., ill.
Revised and enlarged version of the author’s Ph. D. thesis, University of London, 1992.
KULARATNE, Tilak. ‘Introduction of printing to Sri Lanka (Ceylon): the Dutch press in Ceylon (1736-1796)’, Libri Vol. 45 No. 2 (1995), pp. 65-77.
Based on the author’s Ph. D. thesis, University of London, 1992.
KULKARNI, K. B. Text books in Marathi in the 19th century, their authors and their effects on the structure of the Marathi language. Bombay: …………………………., 1953.
KULKARNI, V. L. Marāthī Dnyānaprasāraka: itihāsa va vangmayavicāra. Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, 1965.
KULKARNI, Vinayak Yeshwant. Nirnayasagar: a century of type-casting, printing and publishing. New Delhi: ………………………….., 1969.
KULKE, Eckehard. Die Parsen … Bibliographie … Freiburg: Bertelsmann Universitätsverlag, 1968.
P. 47: Parsen-Journalismus (6 references).
KULKE, Eckehard. The Parsees in India; a minority as agent of social change. Delhi: Vikas Publishing House, 1974.
Pp. 115-120: the Parsee press.
KUMAR, Avinash. ‘Nationalism as bestseller: the case of Chand’s ‘Phansi Ank’’, in Abhijit Gupta & Swapan Chakravorty (ed.) Moveable type: book history in India (Ranikhet: Permanent Black, 2008, pp. 172-199.
KUMAR, D. Udaya. ‘Black and white in Indian typography’. Unpublished paper, ‘Between Black and White’ conference of the Association Typographique Internationale, School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 12 October 2012.
KUMAR, Dhananjay co-author see KESWANI, S. L. [x 2]
KUMAR, Girja. The book on trial: fundamentalism and censorship in India. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications Pvt. Ltd., 1997.
KUMAR, Girja. ‘Library development and knowledge society’, in Dina N. Malhotra & Narendra Kumar (ed.), 60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007 (New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006), pp. 319-331.
KUMAR, Krishna. The origins of India’s “textbook culture”. New Delhi: Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, 1987. (Occasional Papers on History and Society No. 47)
KUMAR, Krishna. ‘Origins of India’s “textbook culture”’, Comparative Education Review Vol. 32 No. 4 (1988), pp. 452-464.
KUMAR, Krishna. ‘The origins of India’s textbook culture’, in Philip G. Altbach & Gail P. Kelly (ed.), Textbooks in the third World: policy, content and context (New York & London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1988), pp. 97-112.
[CHECK: ARE ALL THREE VERSIONS THE SAME TEXT OR IS THERE SOME REVISION BETWEEN THEM?]
KUMAR, Krishna. Prejudice and pride: school histories of the freedom struggle in India and Pakistan. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 2002. xii, 274 p. hb
Originally published New Delhi: Viking, 2001.
KUMAR, N. Journalism in Bihar. Patna: Government of Bihar, Gazetteers Branch, Revenue Department, 1971. (Bihar District Gazetteers. A Supplement to Bihar State Gazetteer.) xiv, 215 p.
KUMAR, N. V. R. Jyoti see JYOTI KUMAR, N. V. R.
KUMAR, Narendra. ‘English’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 39-46.
KUMAR, Narendra. India 50 years of independence: 1947-97. (Status, growth & development 9: Publishing). Delhi: B. R. Publishing Corporation, 1998. ix, 161 p.
KUMAR, Narendra. ‘Survey of Indian book publishing’, in Dina N. Malhotra & Narendra Kumar (ed.), 60 years of book publishing in India 1947-2007 (New Delhi: The Federation of Indian Publishers, 2006), pp. 390-393.
KUMAR, Narendra co-editor see GHAI, O. P.
KUMAR, Narendra co-editor see MALHOTRA, Dina N.
KUMAR, Narendra, & GHAI, S. K. ed. Afro/Asian publishing: contemporary trends. New Delhi: Institute of Book Publishing, 1992. xvi, 189 p.
Includes essays on publishing in India, Bangladesh, and Mauritius.
KUMAR, Pogula Sesha Giri (comp.) Indian library chronology. New Delhi: Metropolitan Book Co. (P) Ltd., 1977. xviii, 692 p.
Contains about 3,500 entries from the 3rd millennium BC (Indus Valley civilisation) to 1975 covering such subjects as the establishment of new libraries, anniversaries, exhibitions, legislation, education for librarianship, personalities, endowments, bibliographical and library science related books and journals, book trade exhibitions, etc.
KUMAR, R. P. Research periodicals of colonial India: 1780-1947. Delhi: Academic Publications, 1985. viii, 230 p.
KUMARADOSS, Vincent. ‘Christianity and Hindu nationalism: a reassessment of the Hindu Tract Society, 1887-1891’. Unpublished conference paper, Church History Association of India, Mangalore, 16th-18th October1998.
KUNDA, Śrīśakumār. ‘Prakāśakera kathā’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.) Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 414-418.
In Bengali. On the evolution of the Bengali publisher.
KUŇŇAPPA, Mūrkkōtt’. Malayāla Manōrama samskara taranginī. Kottayam: manorama Publishing House, 1973. Xxiv, 528 p., ill.
In Malayalam. A history of the Malayāla Manōrama daily newspaper 1890-1904. CHECK DATES