P

PACHAI, Bridglal.  ‘Gandhi and his South African journal ‘Indian Opinion’’, African Quarterly Vol. 10 (July/Sptember 1969), pp. 76-82.

PACHAI, Bridglal.  ‘The history of the ‘India Opinion’ 1903-1914’ in Archives yearbook for South African history (Pretoria: Publications Branch of the Director of Archives, 1961), 128 p.

Based on the author’s M. A. thesis, University of South Africa, 1958. 

PACKALÉN, Leif, & TUKIAINEN, Katja.  Grassroots comics in Tamil Nadu, 2000.  Vantaa: World-Comics Finland, 2000.  12 p.

PACKIAMUTHU, David.  ‘Printing and publishing in Tamil – 1700-1900’, in M. Arunachalam (ed.), Proceedings of the fifth International Conference-Seminar of Tamil Studies (Madras: International Association of Tamil Research, 1981), Vol. 2, pp. 21-37. 

PADFIELD, Joseph Edwin.  ‘Christian literature in the vernaculars’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. III (1891-92), pp. 1-……. 

PADHIHARI, Bijaya Kumar.  ‘Oriya’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 89-94. 

PADHIHARI, Bijaya Kumar.  ‘Oriya’, 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. 121-128.

Revised version of the essay published in the 50-year commemorative volume.

PADMANABHAN, Manjula.  ‘The serious side of comix’, The Pioneer [Delhi], 17th July 1995.

PAGES from yesteryear: a look at the printed works of Singapore, 1819-1959.  Singapore: Singapore Heritage Society, 1989. 

PAI, Anant.  ‘Comic books in India’, Foreign Comic Review No. 3 (1973), p. 16. 

PAI, Anant.  ‘Comics as a vehicle of education and culture’, Indian Horizons Vol. 44 No. 2 (1995), p. 107. 

PAKISTAN. – Planning Commission.  Taraqqiyat-I sahāfat.  Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University, ??????

PĀL, Parāś Baran.  ‘Bāmlā haraphera pāñca parba’, in Svapan Cakrabartī (ed.), Mudranera samskrti o bāmlā bai (Calcutta, Ababhasa, 2007), pp. 217-259.

In Bengali. 

PĀL, Parāś Baran.  Dhabanimāla barnamālā.  Kalakātā: Pyāpirāsa, 2001.  236 p. 

PĀL, Tārāpada.  Bhāratera sambādapatra, 1870-1947.  Kalikata: Sahitya Sadan, [1972].  323 p.

In Bengali.  A history of Indian newspapers.

PALM, Rev. J. D.  ‘The education establishments of the Dutch in Ceylon’,  Journal of the Ceylon Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Vol. 1 No. 2 (1846-47), pp. 124-133 [CHECK EXTENT OF FULL ARTICLE]

Pp. 124-126: manuscripts, translations and printed books; p. 132: list of translations and publications at Colombo.

PALSETIA, Jesse S.  The Parsis of India: preservation of identity in Bombay City.  Leiden: Brill, 2001.

pp. 175-184: The Parsi-run press, and pp. 190-195 The diversification of opinion.

PANANDHIKER, Surekha.  ‘Konkani’, 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. 182-187.

PANANDHIKER, Surekha co-author  see HEMA NATH 

PANDE, Mrinal.  ‘English for the elite; Hinid for the power elite’, in Uday Sahay (ed.), Making news: handbook of the media in contemporary India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 60-66. 

PANDEY, Mrinal.  ‘Books and national development’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 156-163. 

PANTER-DOWNES, Mollie.  Ooty preserved: a Victorian hill station.  London: Hamish Hamilton, 1967.  134 p., plates.

Incldes impressions of a visit to the Nilgri Library at Ootacamund in the company of Miss Myers, retired Principla of St. Mary’s College, Madras, and Honorary Secretary of the Nilgiri Library (pp. 49-56). 

‘PAPER and print in some minor British possessions: Ceylon’, British and Colonial Printer and Stationer 81 (23) (6 Dec. 1917), pp. 1-2.

An outline summary of the introduction of printing and the growth of the English-language press in Sri Lanka.

PARASANIS, D. B.  ‘Marāthī mudranakalecā samśodhaka kon?’, Navayuga Vol. II No. 8 (June 1915), pp. 569-570.

In Marathi.  Article on Nana Phadnavis’ block-printing of the Bhagavadgītā, Miraj 1805.

PĀREKH, Madusūdan.  1982nī sālanum granthastha vānmaya.  Ahmedabad: Gujarāt Sāhitya Sabhā, 1984.  238 p.

In Gujarati.  A survey of Gujarati books published during 1982. 

PĀREKH, Madusūdan.  1994nī sālanum granthastha vānmaya.  Ahmedabad: Gujarāt Sāhitya Sabhā, 1996.  156 p.

In Gujarati.  A survey of Gujarati books published during 1994. 

PARIHER, Kunjesh co-author  see  SINHA, Piyush Kumar 

PARTHASARATHY, Rangaswami.  A hundred years of The Hindu.  Madras: Kasturi & Sons Ltd, 1978.  842 p., plates.

PARTHASARATHY, Rangaswami.  Journalism in India.  4th revised ed.  New Delhi: Sterling Publishers Private Limited, 1997.  xxiv, 352 p.

The first edition entitled Journalism in India from the earliest times to the present day published 1989.

PARVATE, T. V.  Marathi journalism.  New Delhi: Maharashtra Information Centre, 1969.  ii, 36 p.

PATEL, Mahendra.  ‘India: a country with diversity, aspiring for unity’, Typo No. 49 (autumn 202), pp. 38-43.

PATEL, Mahendra.  ‘My journey into type design and typography’, Gutenberg-Jahrbuch No. 86 (2011), pp. 11-18.

Prof. Patel, type-designer, retired from senior faculty of National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad in 2003, currently associated with the Symbiosis Institute of Design and MIT Institute of Design, both in Pune.

PATHAK, Akshay.  ‘When markets commission’, HImal Vol. 24 No. 5 (May 2011), pp. 34-37.

A discussion of Indian publishing today by the Director of the German Book Office, New Delhi – its scattered nature, the role of editors and agents, the copyrright issue, piracy, the advent of electronic books, etc.

PATRAKĀRITĀ 150 varsha.  [Whole contents of the periodical Lokarāja Vārshikī 1977]

In Hindi (CHECK). 

PATRIOTIC poetry banned by the Raj.  New Delhi: National Archives of India, 1982.  v, 56 p.

Lists the holdings in the Library of the National Archives of India.

PATRIOTIC writings banned by the Raj.  New Delhi: National Archives of India, 1984.  iv, 86 p.

Lists the holdings in the Library of the National Archives of India. 

PATTANĀYAK, Sudhākar, comp. & ed.  Sambādapatraru odiśāra kathā. Vol. 1 (1856-1882).  Cuttack: Grantha Mandira, 1972.

In Oriya.  The preface includes a list pf early Oriya newspapers and magazines.

PATTERSON, Maureen L., & INDEN, Ronald B.  South Asia: an introductory bibliography.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962.

Pp. 349-350: journalism and the press (14 references).

PATTREA, Purnendu.  ‘The continuity of the Battala tradition: an aesthetic revaluation’, in Ashit Paul (ed.), Woodcut prints of nineteenth century Calcutta (Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1983), pp 50-79.

PATWARDHAN, V. A.  Directory of the printing presses in India.  Poona: ……………………………., 1939.

PAUL, Ashit (ed.)  Woodcut prints of nineteenth century Calcutta.  Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1983.  128 p., ill.

PEARN, B. R.  ‘Burmese printed books before Judson’, Journal of the Burma Research Society Vol. XXX (1940), pp. 384-385. 

PECCHIA, Cristina.  ‘Copying and editing in pre-modern and modern South Asia: samples from the Carakasamhita’.  Unpublished paper, The 41st Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 13 October 2012. 

PEDERSEN, Johannes.  The Arabic book.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984.  xvii, 175 p., plates.

Includes a chapter on ‘Printed Books’ (pp. 131-141) with references to India and lithography.

PEERS, D. M. co-editor  see FINKELSTEIN, David 

PEILE, James Braithwaite.  Catalogue of native publications in the Bombay Presidency from 1st January 1865 to 30th June 1867, and of some works omitted in the previous catalogue.  Bombay: ………………………………., 1869.

Like the previous catalogue compiled by Sir A. Grant has an appendix of 35 printing presses, the earliest 1830.

PEIRIS, G. H. (ed.)  Studies on the press in Sri Lanka and South Asia. Kandy: International Centre for Ethnic Studies, 1997.  iv, 312 p.

PERKINS, C. Ryan.  ‘Between the Nizam and a hard place: the vicissitudes of being an Indian Muslim writer at the turn of the 19th and 20th century’.  Unpublished paper, The 41st Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 12 October 2012. 

PERKINS, C. Ryan.  ‘From the mehfil to the printed word: public debate and discourse in late colonial India’, Indian Economic and Social History Review ………………………. 

PERKINS, C. Ryan.  On the fringes of the page: Abdul Halim Sharar and the passion of print in colonial India.  ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 

PERKINS, C. Ryan.  ‘Print, publics and royal beggars: the case of the Anjuman-e Dar us Salam in late colonial India’, ………………………………….……………. 

PERNAU, Margrit.  ‘The Delhi Urdu Akhbar: between Persian akhbarat and English newspapers’, Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 18 (2003), pp. 105-131. 

PERNAU, Margrit, & JAFFERY, Yunus (ed.)  Information and the public sphere: Persian newsletters from Mughal India.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009.  480 p.

PETERSON, Indira Viswanathan.  ‘Between print and performance: the Tamil Christian poems of Vedanayaka Sastri and the literary cultures of nineteenth-century South India’ in Stuart Blackburn & Vasudha Dalmia (ed.), India’s literary history: essays on the nineteenth century (Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004), pp. 25-59.

PHINNEY, Frank Denison.  The American Baptist Mission Press, Rangoon, Burma.  Historical, descriptive, 1816-1908.  Rangoon: American Baptist Mission Press, [1909].  100 p., ill. 

PHINNEY, Frank Denison.  The American Baptist Mission Press, Rangoon, Burma.  Historical, descriptive, 1816-1916.  Rangoon: American Baptist Mission Press, [1917].

4999.p.3.  An updated version of the previous item CHECK?

PICKETT, Catherine.  Bibliography of the East India Company: books, pamphlets and other materials printed between 1600 and 1785.  London: The British Library, 2011.  xv, 301 p.

PIELAT, Jacob Christiaan.  Memoir left by Jacob Christiaan Pielat to his successor, Diederik Van Domburg, 1734.  Colombo: G. J. A. Skeen, Government Printer, Ceylon, 1911.    61 p.

Translated by Sophia Pieters.  Mentions (pp. 38-39) the need to translate the Bible into Sinhalese and (p. 60) his approval of a proposal to establish a printing press.

PINNEY, Christopher.  The coming of photography in India.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2008.  x, 166 p., ill.

Includes discussion of early photographically-illustrated books.

PINNEY, Christopher.  ‘Iatrogenic religion and politics’, in Raminder Kaur & William Mazzarella (eds.), Censorship in South Asia: cultural regulation from sedition to seduction (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2009), pp. 29-62.

PINNEY, Christopher.  ‘The nation (un)pictured? Chromolithography and ‘popular’ politics in India, 1878-1995’, Critical Inquiry Vol. 23 No. 4 (1997), pp. 834-867. 

PINNEY, Christopher.  Photos of the gods: the printed image and political struggle in India.  London: Reaktion, 2004.  ………….. p. 

PINNEY, Christopher.  ‘The politics of popular images: from cow protection to M. K. Gandhi, 1890-1950’, in Arvind Rajagopal (ed.), The Indian public sphere: readings in media history (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 65-87.

Reprinted from C. Pinney, Photos of the gods: the printed image and political struggle in India. 

PINNEY, Thomas, & RICHARDS, David Alan (ed.)  Kipling and his first publisher: correspondence of Rudyard Kipling with Thacker, Spink and Co. 1886-1890.  High Wycombe: Rivendale Press, 2001.

PINTO, Rochelle.  Between empires: print and politics in Goa.  New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.  xiv, 299 p.

Revised version of her Ph. D. thesis.

PINTO, Rochelle.  The formation of a divided public: print, language and literature in colonial Goa.  Ph.D. thesis, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 2003.

PINTO, Rochelle.  ‘On the subject of land: print genres and the discourse of land in Goa’ Unpublished paper, ‘Commodities and Affect’ conference (Commodities and Culture in the colonial world 1851-1914), Kolkata, 14 January 2011. 

PINTO, Rochelle.  ‘Pamphlets and politics in colonial Goa’, EPW Special Articles February 26 2005. (http://osdir.com/ml/culture.region.india.goa.research/2005-03/msg00002.html)

The PIONEER 1865-1964 , centenary supplement.  Allahabad: The Pioneer Press, 1965.

‘A PIONEER Indian printer: Chintaman Ghosh (1854-1928)’, The Indian Printer Vol. 3 No. 6 (Sept. 1928), pp. 88-91.

Ghosh was founder of the Indian Press in 1884 at which he produced the first Bengali italic type-faces.

PODDĀR, Arabindu.  ‘Anubādasāhitya: ekati samīkshāra khasarā’, in Cittarañjan Bandyopadhyaya (ed.)  Dui śatakera bāmlā mudrana o prakāśana  (Kalikātā: Ānand Publishers, 1981), pp. 153-164.

In Bengali.  On translation literature in Bengali. 

POLLOCK, Sheldon.  ‘Literary culture and manuscript culture in precolonial India’, in Simon Eliot, Andrew Nash, & Ian Willison (ed.), Literary cultures and the material book (London: The British Library, 2007), pp. 77-94.

Argues that “the production of manuscript books (over thirty million manuscripts are still extant), their dissemination in often massively reproduced and relatively stable form and, perhaps most important, their oral performance before large audiences over long periods of time, have had an effect on shaping imagination, sociality and power that is arguably deeper and more extensive than any attributable to print, middle-class book consumption (stunningly low in India), or the culture of private reading reinforced by print (though hardly generated by it”.

POLLOCK, Sheldon (ed.)  Literary cultures in history: reconstructions from South Asia.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003.  xxviii, 1066 p.

Includes discussion of the effect of print culture in the literatures of Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Sindhi, etc.

POOLE, H. Edmund co-author  see BERRY, W. Turner 

POSNER, Raphael, & TA SHEMA, Israel (ed.)  The Hebrew book: an historical survey.  New York, Paris: Leon Amiel Publisher; Jerusalem: Keter Publishing House Ltd, 1975.

Includes brief entries for Bombay (p. 125) and Calcutta (p. 127).

POTTS, Eli Daniel.  British Baptist missionaries in India 1793-1837: the history of Serampore and its missions.  Cambridge: at the University Press, 1967.  276 p., map.

Pp. 79-113: “Translation, literature, journalism and printing.

POURHADI, Ibrahim Vaqfi.  ‘Afghanistan’s press and its literary influence’, Afghanistan journal 3 (1976), pp. 28-35 & 75-77.

POURHADI, Ibrahim Vaqfi.  Persian and Afghan newspapers in the Library of Congress, 1871-1978.  Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress, 1979.  101 p.

POWELL, Avril A.  ‘History textbooks and the transmission of the pre-colonial past in North-Western India in the 1860s and 1870s’, in Daud Ali (ed.), Invoking the past: the uses of history in South Asia (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 91-133.

POWELL, Avril A.  ‘Perceptions of the South Asian past: ideology, nationalism and school history textbooks’, in Nigel Crook (ed.), The transmission of knowledge in South Asia: essays on education, religion, history, and politics (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1996), pp. 190-228.

POWELL, Avril A.  ‘Scholar manqué or mere munshi? Maulawi Karimu’d-Din’s career in the Anglo-Oriental Education Service’, in Margrit Pernau (ed.), The Delhi College: traditional elites, the colonial state, and education before 1857 (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 203-231.

PRAKĀŚANA vārshika.  Pune: Aniruddha Sāhitya, 1993-

In Marathi.  Yearbook of Marathi publishing, book industry and trade.  Continues Marāthī prakāśana vārshika āni prakāśana dāyarī. 

PRAKASH, Anand.  A history of The Tribune.  ……..: The Tribune Trust, 1986.  386 p.

A centenary publication.

PRAKASH, Gyan.  Mumbai fables: a history of an enchanted city.  Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2010.  xi, 396 p., ill.

Tabloids pp. 168-170, 175, 200, etc.  Also index entries under Blitz.

PRASAD, H. Y. Sharada  see SHARADA PRASAD, H. Y. 

PRAUTCH, A. W.  ‘Scripture and tract distribution’, Harvest Field: a missionary magazine Vol. II (1890-91), pp. 161-……. 

The PRESS in Kerala.  Trivandrum: Department of Public Relations, Kerala, 1977.

A history of Malayalam newspapers.

PRIMLANI, Mohan, & RAMCHANDANI, Indu.  ‘Science and technology books’, in Dina N. Malhotra (ed.), 50 years of book publishing in India since independence (New Delhi: Federation of Indian Publishers, 1998), pp. 236-239.

PRIMROSE, Rev. J. B.  ‘The first press in India and its printers’, The Library 4th Series Vol. 20 No. 3 (Dec. 1939), pp. 241-265. 

PRIMROSE, Rev. J. B.  ‘A London printer’s visit to India in the seventeenth century’, The Library ………………. (June 1939), pp. 100-104. [or 1934???]

‘PRINCIPLES and problems of Bible translation in Ceylon’, Ceylon Methodist Church Recorder Vol. 13 (10 & 11) (1969), pp. 23-27.

PRINTING design and production from seven countries Singapore to Istanbul (Malaya, Burma, Ceylon, India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey).  New York: American Institute of Graphic Arts, [1962].  [67] p., ill.

PRIOLKAR, Anant Kakba.  ‘Gujarātī mudrananu ādiparva’, Śrī Forbes Gujarātī Sabhā Traimāsika Vol. 14 Nos. 1-2 (April-Sept. 1949), pp. 31-52 & 73-80.

In Gujarati.  Traces developments in Gujarati printing from the Parekh-Hills episode of 1674 through the contribution made by the Serampore Mission Press and in Bombay down to 1867.  With separate treatment of Parsi printing, primarily by Fardunji Marzaban.  14150.c.24

PRIOLKAR, Anant Kakba.  ‘Indian incunabula’, in Narain Nankiram Gidwani (ed.), Comparative librarianship: essays in honour of Professor D. N. Marshall  (Delhi: Vikas Publishing House, 1973), pp. 129-135.

Proposes that for India the term “incunabula” should be used to denote all pre-1867 imprints; and those before 1800 should be known as “pre-incunabula”.

PRIOLKAR, Anant Kakba.  Marāthī granthāñcem ādarśa sangrahālaya.  Mumbai: ………………….., 1969.

In Marathi.  On library problems but including a history of printing in Maharashtra.  14140.hh.16 

PRIOLKAR, Anant Kakba.  The printing press in India: its beginnings and early development.  Being a quatercentenary commemoration study of the advent of printing in India (in 1556).  Bombay: Marathi Samshodhana Mandala, Mumbai Marathi Grantha Sangrahalaya, 1958.  xviii, 363 pp.; ill.

Review by T. W. Clark in BSOAS Vol. 33 Part 2 (1960), p. 629; by T. P. Saxena in Lucknow Librarian Vol. II No. 2 (Sept. 1963), pp. 110-111. 

PRIOLKAR, Anant Kakba.  Hindustan men chapakhanah: agihaz va ibtada’I tarikh.  Nai Dilli: Taraqqi-yi Urdu Board, 1979.  156 p.

An Urdu translation of The printing press in India: its beginnings and early development by ‘Ali Ibnulhusain Zaidi.

PRITCHETT, Frances W.  ‘Afterword: the first Urdu bestseller’, in G. E. Ward (trans.), The bride’s mirror: a tale of life in Delhi a hundred years ago (New Delhi: Permanent Black, 2001), pp. 204-223.

PRITCHETT, Frances W.  ‘The history of Indian publishing: a note on sources’, India International Centre Quarterly 10 (1983), pp. …….

On the quarterly lists of publications for each province of British India produced after the 1867 Act.

PRITCHETT, Frances W.  Marvelous encounters: folk romance in Urdu and Hindi.  New Delhi: Manohar, 1985.  xiii, 220 p.

PRITCHETT, Frances W.  Selected publications of Fort William College, Calcutta: first editions (1800-1817) recommended for preservation under S. A. M.P. auspices.  [1991]  www.columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00urdu/baghobahar/BBFORTWM.pdf

PRITCHETT, Frances W.  ‘Stalking the wild ephemera: resources for collecting, studying, and preserving South Asian pamphlet literature’, South Asia Library Notes and Queries 18 (1985), pp. ………..

On the quarterly lists of publications for each province of British India produced after the 1867 Act.

PRITCHETT, Frances W.  ‘The world of Amar Chitra Katha’, in Lawrence Babb & Susan S. Wadley (ed.), Media and the transformation of religion in South Asia (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995), pp. 76-106. 

PROCEEDINGS of the 5th All-India Library Conference.  Bombay: …………………………., 1942.

Pp. 226-238: various articles on early printing in Western India – Marathi and Gujarati.

PROFILE of the Indian press: special study.  ……….: Asia News Agency, 1996.  104 p.

PROSERPIO, Leo.  ‘The first printing presses in India’, The New Review Vol. 2 (Oct. 1935), pp. 321-330.

PROUDFOOT, Ian.  Early Malay printed books: a provisional account of materials published in the Singapore-Malaysia area up to 1920, noting holdings in major public collections.   Kuala Lumpur: Academy of Malay Studies and the Library, University of Malaya, 1993.  xxvi, 858 p., ill.

Lists p. 675 three Malay works printed at Bombay 1904 and 1906 and one printed at Sultanpuor (Oudh) 1912; also p. 679 four Tamil works printed at Singapore and Penang 1888-1901.

PROUDFOOT, Ian.  ‘Malay books printed in Bombay: a report on sources for historical bibliography’, Kekal Abadi Vol. 13 (1994), pp 1-20.

PROUDFOOT, Ian.  ‘Mass producing houri’s moles’, in Peter G. Riddell & Tony Street (ed.),  Islam: essays on scripture, thought and society: a festschrift in honour of Anthony H. Jones (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1997), pp. ……….. 

PUBLISHERS directory, Pakistan.  Karachi: Library of Congress Office, 1980 – .

A biennial.  Ceased publication in 1984.

PUBLISHING in Asian studies.  [special issue] ICAS 4, Shanghai, 20-24 August 2005 supplement to IIAS Newsletter 37 (July 2005).  Leiden: International Institute of Asian Studies.  12 p.

PUNNOOSE, Kunnuparampil P. (ed.)  Bookdealers in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, &c.: a directory of dealers in secondhand and antiquarian books in nthe sub-continent of South Western Asia.  London: Sheppard Press, 1977.  xxiv, 108 p.

PUNNOOSE, Kunnuparampil P. ed.  Directory of foreign book trade in India.  Delhi: Lord International, 1973.  xl, 124 p. 

PUNNOOSE, Kunnuparampil P., & DEV, Kamal ed.  Authors’ manual on Indian publishing.  Delhi: Lord International, ……………….

PUNNOOSE, Kunnuparampil P., & DEV, Kamal ed.  Directory of American publishers and their outlets in India.  Delhi: Lord International, ……………………. 

PUNNOOSE, Kunnuparampil P., & DEV, Kamal ed.  Directory of  book export trade in India.  Delhi: Lord International, …………………….

PUNNOOSE, Kunnuparampil P., & DEV, Kamal ed.  Publishers and librarians: a study on the impact of publishers’ direct mail advertising to university and college libraries in India.  Delhi: Lord International, 1974.  38 f.

Mimeographed – for limited distribution only.

PURI, Jyoti.  ‘Reading romance novels in postcolonial India’, Gender & Society Vol. II No. 4 (1997), pp. 434-452.

PUROHIT, Vinayak.  The press and the people.  Bangalore: Christian Literature Society for the Ecumenical Christian Centre, 1973.  90 p.

PUSTAKA.  Dhākā: Bāmlādeśa Pustaka Prakāśa o Bikretā Samiti, 1991-

In Bengali.  A monthly devoted to publishing and bookselling in Bangladesh.  Vol. 1 no. 1 issued September 1991 – no more published?

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