1. Latest Publications Catalogue
2. Subscription form for IHR Journal
The Indian Council of Historical Research,
a premier institution in the field of historical studies , provides lead in
fostering scientific research on all aspects of Indian
History. A number of research project are undertaken
or sponsored every year and new findings are brought
out in print. The Council has so far brought out about
900 publications. These publications fall broadly into
the following four categories:
- Publication of research works commissioned by
- Publication of books on Indian History translated
into various Indian languages;
- Publication of works for which financial subsidy
has been awarded by the Council's
- Publication of Journals / periodicals.
The books published under the first
category fulfil an objective of the Council to give
source orientation to the understanding of history.
As such, they include, among other, a number of volumes
of Inscriptions of various dynasties; Annotation and
translation of notable Persian documents of the Medieval
Period; Source volumes on National Movement, Peasant
Movement, Trade Union Movement and Economic History;
Volumes on the rare and out of print books of historical
importance and Monographs.
Under the Translation Scheme, about
80 books, originally written in English have been translated
into various regional languages. Many of these have
been published and a few others are in pipeline.
The Council has helped authors to publish
a number of books under its Publication Subsidy Scheme.
The majority of these are doctoral dissertations approved
by the Council after rigorous scrutiny. These books
are not listed in this catalogue.
The Council publishes two biannual
journals titled The Indian Historical Review and Itihas.
As many as 28 volumes of IHR, and three volumes of the
Itihas have come out so far.
For all publications please contact
or write to the respective publisher.
Depending on availability the publications
can also be had from the ICHR personally.
Back issues of IHR upto Volume VI are
available with ICHR only.