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The Lost City of Z (writer: "Morgenblatter, Op. " - as Johann Strauss II) Big River Man (Documentary) (writer: "Perpetuum Mobile" - as Johann. grave plate so they won't find anything. André is against Nicola's operation because of the high risk. Nicola tells him her baby accidentally got lost in the river​. their proud rivals, the noble von Gall family on the castle Borkland, lost fortune. is pierced by his saber and his corps carried away by the river; now Elisabeth.

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Lost River ist ein US-amerikanischer Film aus dem Jahr mit Neo-Noir-​Elementen. In dem Regiedebüt des Schauspielers Ryan Gosling, der auch das. Filmkritik zu Lost River. Die Erwartungen an Ryan Gosling als Regisseur wird Lost River nicht erfüllen, aber neue Hoffnungen schüren. on a river bank, sharing the same memory and a secret. They find in each other the serenity, the silence and the time they lost in the flowing water of the river. Another one dies by the river (he had jumped off the death train). Only the sixth one is lucky. We also She lost her family. But I guess you mean the Soviets in. grave plate so they won't find anything. André is against Nicola's operation because of the high risk. Nicola tells him her baby accidentally got lost in the river​. The boat the characters take up the Amazon River is called "Céu Azul", Santoro played a supporting character in the series Lost (), where he was also. The Lost City of Z (writer: "Morgenblatter, Op. " - as Johann Strauss II) Big River Man (Documentary) (writer: "Perpetuum Mobile" - as Johann.

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grave plate so they won't find anything. André is against Nicola's operation because of the high risk. Nicola tells him her baby accidentally got lost in the river​. The Lost City of Z (writer: "Morgenblatter, Op. " - as Johann Strauss II) Big River Man (Documentary) (writer: "Perpetuum Mobile" - as Johann. their proud rivals, the noble von Gall family on the castle Borkland, lost fortune. is pierced by his saber and his corps carried away by the river; now Elisabeth.

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This work is an exhaustive review of available literature and I very much enjoyed reading the book. The maps showing the path of ancient rivers and how it evolved over centuries with prehistoric settlements is nicely illustrated.

Most notable settlement on its bank was Kalibangan where numerous archeological expeditions have yielded voluminous data on this mature Harappan civilization.

The last chapter summarizes the book very effectively. I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in the trail of lost river Sarasvati, Indus valley civilization, and Rigveda.

May 01, Shahina rated it really liked it Shelves: history. He's managed to make something as mundane as 'data' weave romanticism here.

A journey creating a magical web through seemingly everything And the mighty Saraswati flows amidst all the objections and counter-theories present today on her once He's managed to make something as mundane as 'data' weave romanticism here.

And the mighty Saraswati flows amidst all the objections and counter-theories present today on her once famed existence and inspires yet again.

In order to pressurize Varuna, who dwelled in the waters and ruled over that element, to return his wife, Uthaya caused , lakes of the region to disappear, and command Saraswati 'to become invisible', to 'leave this region and go to the desert'.

And at any rate Saraswati did 'go to the desert'. He even takes you to the times of the Indus Indus-Saraswati civilization and walks you through the Harappan streets View 2 comments.

May 17, Ajay rated it it was amazing. This was fun reading this book. Loved it. Read this book in 1 day. Jul 18, Riju Ganguly rated it it was amazing.

Readers and critics often talk about historical thrillers. Sometimes they invent sub-genres like archaeological thrillers or mythological thrillers, while trying to pigeonhole some unputdownable action-driven story dotted with physical or metaphorical blasts from the past.

This is history as a crime thriller! Let me describe the situation in s Readers and critics often talk about historical thrillers.

Let me describe the situation in such terms. The Estate: There used to be a massive river, fed by perennial sources, bringing life and sustaining civilisation over a very large area.

One day geographical whims and other factors started killing it. Slowly it withered and eventually died, forcing its children to move away, but not without its loving memory.

They mixed with others, resettled and gave their memories a written shape, while developing new features in their culture due to changing geography.

Eventually, known history came to consider them as the starting point of history. The Inheritance: Archaeological, seismic and hydrological studies submitted irrefutable proofs to show that the successors now inhabiting over a vast region had originated from the area and the people nourished by that once mighty river, and NOT from some imaginary people who were otherwise being equated with rulers and heroes.

The Crime: Some people panicked. They were apparently well respected, but had come to define their positions more through rhetoric and ideology than evidence.

An intricate web of lies and deceit had been spun in the meanwhile, to ensure divide and rule, by declaring North Indians as invading Aryans and South Indians and tribal people as the 'original residents'.

Now that web started getting unraveled due to hard facts brought out by satellite-imagery and excavations. Sharma swung into action. They received support from other people with vested interests.

As a result, versions of history which have got discredited more than sixty years ago continued being taught in schools forcing billion plus people to forget their past and their own heritage.

The Fightback? For that you have to read this book. This incredibly meticulous and well-argued book clearly establishes: 1 There was a Saraswati river, fed by numerous streams and also feeding lakes, other rivers and above all, the people who had once set up one of the greatest civilisations in the history of mankind.

If you are an Indian, please read this book. If you have even the slightest interest in history, please read this book. If you are opposed to the teaching of lies and falsehoods just to suit the interest of rulers practicing 'divide and rule', please read this book.

It's actually a classic! Here was a mighty river, as large as the Indus and the Ganges systems, that was expressly reverenced above all other rivers in the Vedas; that shored up the Indus Valley civilization; even dispatched old cities and created new ones as it mercurially shifted its course again and again by connecting and disconnecting with the neighboring Himalayan rivers flowing down to the marginal seas It was amply written about in both literary and archeological tomes, oftentimes with evolutionary and hy Here was a mighty river, as large as the Indus and the Ganges systems, that was expressly reverenced above all other rivers in the Vedas; that shored up the Indus Valley civilization; even dispatched old cities and created new ones as it mercurially shifted its course again and again by connecting and disconnecting with the neighboring Himalayan rivers flowing down to the marginal seas It was amply written about in both literary and archeological tomes, oftentimes with evolutionary and hydrological precision impressive even by current day standards ; Other well-known rivers continue to flow its path today; traditions tied to the river continue to be followed in the places that are now dry and built upon.

Still, the Saraswati River was presumed to have been mythological, because the proof of its existence was muddled up with traditional stories, and all geological evidence was buried beyond the reach of scientists Today, satellite imagery confirms that the River Saraswati did exist, and substantiates many of its hydrological properties that were recorded in the old texts; Scientists are now sifting through the old archeological material, religious texts, and folk stories, and separating the errors from the truths, the erratums from the political plugs, the nonsense from the non-science, the non-science from the science This book is a comprehensive compendium of the search for the lost, and the research of the found River Saraswati, and the civilizations that lived along it.

It is presented more thoroughly than any other book has done thus far for laypeople Except, its dryness rivals the River Saraswati as it is today!

I still waded through the book's slough, imagining the river's once awe-inspiring stature, because it was written conscientiously and with untiring diligence.

I read only recently that, among other things, the purpose of science is also to come up with questions that have never been asked before. This books shares some new questions that archeologists have only just begun to ask, and that says a lot about how far we have come with exploring the River Saraswati, and how many more questions there are to ask, and with some luck, answer.

In archeology, guided speculation is an important component of discovery. I hope the next edition of this book includes many more well-designed maps and colorful images integrated into the text, to help readers unfamiliar with the geography of the area, string along with the author better.

The author shares a lot of detail on the past and present work by archeologists to find and excavate Indus-Saraswati sites. But, I would have liked to see the places alongside the kms of River Saraswati come to life in a more vivid way, by tying archeology to anthropology, and the civilization to the river.

I would have also liked to see more story-telling, and more scientific, political and social contexts of the current archeological investigations.

Because this book is dry, I recommend that the reader read the last two chapters, that is, 'Part 3: Section The Saraswati's Testimony', and the 'Epilogue: Saraswati Turns Invisible', before diving into the book.

That way, you kind of jump into the pool knowing how deep the water is. Jul 01, RustyJ rated it really liked it Shelves: historical , wordrous-india.

A scholarly work, that draws on a mountain of prior research, the author's own research and conclusions drawn from these. T A scholarly work, that draws on a mountain of prior research, the author's own research and conclusions drawn from these.

The Sarasvati has a deep culturual and historical significance to the people of India. For anyone interested in understanding our roots, our history, the book is a must read.

Inspite of being a 'research' work, the book is easy to read and is written in a format that the lay man can understand and comprehend. The author also gives a glimpse into the rich past of India, something that the history taught in our schools and colleges unfortunately does not.

The architectural and by extension technological superiority of the Indus valley civilisation the author actually feels it should be the Sarasvati valley civilisation!

Definitely a must read, for the history buff, for the researcher and for all Indians interested in their roots and rich past. Feb 27, Satishchandra rated it it was amazing Shelves: indian-culture , indian-history.

A very well researched book, that draws from different fields from archeology, hydrography, history, DNA analysis, soil and climate analysis as well as Local legends to trace the history of the Saraswati river and establish that the Indian civilization has been a continuous and living civilization for over years.

The narrative though is not at all a drab technical book, but rather exicting. An enjoyable read. Feb 22, Navaneeth Kumar rated it really liked it.

A journey through trails of the lost river, well researched and explained.. Feb 09, Subodh rated it it was amazing. The Vedic civilization of India flourished in the North-West of the country in the area presently included in the Indian and Pakistani Punjab.

The Vedic hymns talk of Indus and six other rivers. Five of these six have been unequivocally identified with rivers flowing today: in fact they give the area its name - Punjab means 'five waters'.

Saraswati, the sixth one, is not there today. Indian lore talks of its disappearance and there are various theories about where it flowed, if and when it flowe The Vedic civilization of India flourished in the North-West of the country in the area presently included in the Indian and Pakistani Punjab.

Indian lore talks of its disappearance and there are various theories about where it flowed, if and when it flowed at all. In this well written and extremely readable short book Michel Danino makes a convincing case for identification of the vanished Saraswati with a seasonal stream called Ghaggar flowing in Punjab and Haryana states of India.

A smaller stream that joins Ghaggar in fact carries the name Sarsuti, which is a corruption of Saraswati. In making his case Danino follows a multi-disciplinary approach covering the Vedas and other Indian scriptures, folklore, geological and archaeological evidence supplemented by modern scientific studies based on radio-isotope dating.

He also draws upon and cites work done by British and Indian archaeologists from the nineteenth century onwards.

In brief Danino's thesis is that a mighty river called Saraswati did flow in this area during Vedic times. Its central channel roughly followed the present day Ghaggar, Hakra and Nara.

It drew substantial part of waters from Sutlej and Yamuna, whose original courses were different from the present ones. The Harappan civilization flourished on its banks - as attested by the vast number of Harappan sites.

Somewhere in the third millennium BCE geological activity resulted in the change of courses of Sutlej and Yamuna, and the loss of their waters led to progressive drying up of the Saraswati.

Danino has traced different stages in the disappearance of the river based on the multi-disciplinary evidence collected by him.

A fascinating part of the evidence is the movement of habitations from the mature Harappan stage to the late Harappan stage upstream of the river, as the downstream portions dried up earlier.

The case made by Danino is very convincing, but it impacts on a controversy covered in one of his earlier books - the Aryan Invasion Theory.

They were a pastoral, nomadic people who destroyed the urban Harappan civilization and gave rise to the Vedic civilization followed by the Classical Indian Civilization.

Many Indian historians have challenged this thesis. This question has got mixed up with politics.

There is a strong movement in India, with political implications, that projects India itself as the source and cradle of its civilization.

It rejects the foreign origin of the Aryans. People opposed to this movement on political, academic and ideological grounds stick to the established invasion theory.

The debate is often acrimonious and rarely objective. Danino, fortunately, makes a balanced and open-minded contribution to this debate. Danino's thesis flies in the face of the Aryan Invasion Theory.

The Vedas, which are identified clearly with the Aryans, sing praises of Sarswati and describe it as a mighty river - implying clearly that the Vedas were composed when Saraswati was in full flow.

But archaeological evidence establishes that the Harappan civilization also flourished at the same time. The evidence of the river thus strongly supports the identification of Vedic civilization with the Harappan one.

To Danino's credit he presents the reader with a detailed survey of arguments opposed to his own thesis.

He presents his counter-arguments but has the grace to accept that the question is far from settled. The book is well written and reads like a thriller.

It was hard to put down once I got halfway through. I finished it just about three days. Nov 03, Abhishek Desikan rated it it was amazing.

The river Saraswathi has been in the collective memory of the Indian civilization since time immemorial. Revered as one of the mightiest rivers in the Rig Veda and prayed to as Goddess Saraswathi, it has transcended generations across millennia to remain in our consciousness.

In this landmark work, Michel Danino tells us the gripping tale of the origin, rise, and fall of this mighty river and its renaissance in the 21st century.

The book is titled "The Lost River" precisely because it was lost fo The river Saraswathi has been in the collective memory of the Indian civilization since time immemorial.

The book is titled "The Lost River" precisely because it was lost for millennia. British archaeologists stumbled upon bricks and structures which belonged to the highly sophisticated cities built by the people of the Indus Valley Civilization.

This prompted a series of excavations, which led to a new understanding of our own history. The author leaves no stone unturned in terms of the research he's done to present the facts in this book.

Every aspect from its origin, possible reasons for its decline due to Sutlej and Yamuna being diverted, the various phases of the Harappan civilization - early, mature and post-Urban, the comparison between the Rig Veda vis-a-vis the geography of the landscape, evidence from numerous archaeological excavations, both Indian and foreign, planning of the cities and the consistency of their ratios across the region, flora and fauna..

The Harappan lifestyle was remarkably egalitarian, unlike contemporary civilizations in Mesopotamia and Egypt.

They had flourishing trade from their numerous ports. The lack of evidence of invasion from the east decimates any possibility of the Aryan Invasion Theory.

He also lucidly explains the unbroken continuity from the Harappan civilization to that of the Gangetic one. Some of these examples which were fascinating to me were the kolam art forms, the seals carrying Pashupati and the bull, and the ratio of buildings that continue to this day.

The great mystery surrounding the Harappan and the Vedic civilization is that the former had great art, trade, and structures while the latter had a great literary tradition.

While the Vedas speak of the geography, which correlates to the Harappan society, some unclear aspects require multi-disciplinary research.

The musical score for Lost River was composed by Johnny Jewel. The first official tease of the film's music came on February 3, when Chromatics issued a single for their song, "Yes Love Theme from Lost River ," which is featured in the film.

The soundtrack features music from the score, as well as songs from the film by Glass Candy , Chromatics, Desire , and Symmetry, as well as songs sung by Saoirse Ronan and Ben Mendelsohn , who star in the film.

The song 'Tell Me', sung by Ronan, was featured in the first episode of the television series Riverdale and in the eighth episode for the third season of Killing Eve.

The soundtrack was released on CD, digitally, and as a limited 3xLP on purple vinyl. The film premiered on May 20, , at the Cannes Film Festival, where it was met with a mixed reception from the audience.

Pictures , the U. An airing of the film by the Asian FX network on February 13, led to Indonesia 's Broadcasting Commission giving the network a five-day sanction from April 10—14 where it was prohibited for broadcasting due to unapproved sensitive content.

Lost River received mixed reviews at the time of its release. The site's critical consensus reads, " Lost River suggests that debuting writer-director Ryan Gosling may have a bright future as a filmmaker, but it doesn't hold together well enough to recommend on its own merit.

Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian stated that the film is "colossally indulgent, shapeless, often fantastically and unthinkingly offensive and at all times insufferably conceited".

In a bad way. By , the film had begun to receive a more positive opinion from fans of the surreal fantasy genre.

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Retrieved August 13, Film Music Reporter. March 30, Retrieved September 21, On the other hand, other scenes are withheld but one gets to see them later, longer and with the original dialogs that are accompanied by an instrumental track in the Theatrical Version.

It is obvious that the opening was altered in the Theatrical Version so that it gets to the point faster. At the same time, it is quite interesting that this takes a little more time in the Extended Version because the lack of sympathy for the characters was one of the most critized issues.

The Extended Version provides a remedy but a more profound portayal is still prohibited. Other than that, there are several little additional scenes during the further course of events.

As a result, further nuances are added to the characters. Christina Hendricks in the bathtub or a comment about her changing jobs are rather quite additions but they do not reinvent the wheel.

All in all, the Extended Version is a nice little variation but it is also a fact that none of the versions is actually better or preferable.

If one likes the Theatrical Version, one might as well take a look at the Extended Version in order to plunge a little deeper into the curious Detroit parallel universe.

When watching the film for the very first time, the Theatrical Version will do the trick though. In the Theatrical Version, Franky is running across meadow.

Then Billy lifts him up. It matches Hendrick's first appearance. In the Extended Version, Franky is crossing the street.

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I finished it just about three days. Nov 03, Abhishek Desikan rated it it was amazing. The river Saraswathi has been in the collective memory of the Indian civilization since time immemorial.

Revered as one of the mightiest rivers in the Rig Veda and prayed to as Goddess Saraswathi, it has transcended generations across millennia to remain in our consciousness.

In this landmark work, Michel Danino tells us the gripping tale of the origin, rise, and fall of this mighty river and its renaissance in the 21st century.

The book is titled "The Lost River" precisely because it was lost fo The river Saraswathi has been in the collective memory of the Indian civilization since time immemorial.

The book is titled "The Lost River" precisely because it was lost for millennia. British archaeologists stumbled upon bricks and structures which belonged to the highly sophisticated cities built by the people of the Indus Valley Civilization.

This prompted a series of excavations, which led to a new understanding of our own history. The author leaves no stone unturned in terms of the research he's done to present the facts in this book.

Every aspect from its origin, possible reasons for its decline due to Sutlej and Yamuna being diverted, the various phases of the Harappan civilization - early, mature and post-Urban, the comparison between the Rig Veda vis-a-vis the geography of the landscape, evidence from numerous archaeological excavations, both Indian and foreign, planning of the cities and the consistency of their ratios across the region, flora and fauna..

The Harappan lifestyle was remarkably egalitarian, unlike contemporary civilizations in Mesopotamia and Egypt. They had flourishing trade from their numerous ports.

The lack of evidence of invasion from the east decimates any possibility of the Aryan Invasion Theory. He also lucidly explains the unbroken continuity from the Harappan civilization to that of the Gangetic one.

Some of these examples which were fascinating to me were the kolam art forms, the seals carrying Pashupati and the bull, and the ratio of buildings that continue to this day.

The great mystery surrounding the Harappan and the Vedic civilization is that the former had great art, trade, and structures while the latter had a great literary tradition.

While the Vedas speak of the geography, which correlates to the Harappan society, some unclear aspects require multi-disciplinary research.

Only then can we conclusively answer the question of whether they were one and the same. We are also presented with counterclaims on the existence of the Saraswathi river, and why they are incorrect.

With detailed maps and pictures, the book makes for a vivid reimagining of the life and times of the Indus or rather Saraswathi Valley people and provides a comprehensive and analytical view into our past.

A must-read for everyone who wishes to know the true origins of the Indic civilization. Aug 23, Gopi Krishnan rated it it was amazing. I've long wondered what prompts western Indologists to move away from everything they've been brought up in and embrace a completely different ethos and culture.

In "The Lost River", he tackles the myth and the trail of River Saraswati by going into one heck of a wild goose chase. The story of Saraswati had always fascinated me, n I've long wondered what prompts western Indologists to move away from everything they've been brought up in and embrace a completely different ethos and culture.

The story of Saraswati had always fascinated me, not really from a religious angle I'm not the ritualistic kind , but from a socio-cultural historical angle, if you may.

A myth can't propagate so long without some grounding somewhere eg: the boulders of Hampi a. With the aid of hundreds of research reports, findings, artifacts, pictures, maps - all of various vintage, he takes us through the journey of reconstructing the past and retracing the river bed, right through the series of settlements in the middle of Thar desert, which on the face of it, have no reason to be there in the first place!

Whatever be your existing biases when you approach this book, you can never refute the diligence by which Michel has researched on the topic, specifically all those field visits.

He repeatedly goes for the kill regarding the "Aryan Invasion Theory" by showing architectural similarities in construction right into eastern UP proving there has been a continuity in the people.

The reality for him is that the region has been a melting pot of so many visitors who streamed in throughout and made the country their home instead of a single invasion creating a major break.

The conclusion is straightforward - Saraswati was part of the great river tradition of India and has every right to be the 7th in the Sapta Sindhu poem of Rig Veda along with Sindhu and the five rivers of Punjab which joins it.

On the other hand, Saraswati really has nothing to do with the Triveni Sangamam at Allahabad, but was a much larger avatar of the current Ghaggar-Hakra rainfed river.

The cause of Saraswati's demise? Bathed in detailed analysis, this book will make you jump onto the time machine and date yourself back into the Great Harappan Civilization era.

Sarasvati, the mythical river which was believed to have been a work of exaggerated imagination was actually a 'reality' just like you and me.

The river, which was truly responsible for the rig Vedic writings, the growth of the oldest civilization on earth, doesn't exist today in its actual form because of weird works of nature.

That which was once a hu Bathed in detailed analysis, this book will make you jump onto the time machine and date yourself back into the Great Harappan Civilization era.

That which was once a huge water body now has been transformed into a vast stretch of salt marsh Rann of Kutch.

Flipping the pages of the book will break open many such surprises for you.. Beautifully illustrated with detailed river maps, well deduced facts from renowned historians and archaeologists, The Lost River: on The Trail of Saravati is a summation of a reality of ancient past which have been eroded from our human memories.

The book refreshes our minds with stage wise explanation keeping intact all relevant perspective that should have been taken into account while establishing the real facts behind Sarasvati.

A mighty river beside which our ancestors flourished has vanished from the earth's cover not for any unknown reason.

With the lapse of time who knows similar might be the fate of our sacred Ganges. And this time it might not be a natural calamity but a human catastrophe!

Sep 08, Avinash K rated it it was amazing Shelves: hist-myth. After reading a three volume tome of Ramayana, I was intrigued by the amount of geography that was there in that.

I stumbled on this book by chance and picked it up. It was a treat! Then moves to describe the civilization that flourished and later declined.

Discusses the prevalent tow Awesome! Posits how though the civilization disappeared, much knowledge and substance seems to have been transferred and relates this to the hydro-graphical changes in what is today the broad interfluve of the Indus and the Ganges.

So much for Aryan invasion and disappearance with out a trace. All arguments are well supported; within and by way of external reference.

It was also great to know that there is so much interest and work being done to understand the great civilization nurtured by the Indus and the Saraswati.

Something one wouldn't realize by following Discovery and NG. Mar 02, Nitali Tadkalkar rated it it was amazing Shelves: india.

A fascinating read about a river shrouded in mystery for the common man. While traditional lore repeatedly speaks of the glory of the Sarasvati, there are only few facts that are commonly known.

Michel Danino weaves together evidence from archeological, geological, chemical and satellite data; correlating it with interpretations from the ancient texts and popular culture; and narrates a wonderful story about the lost river.

He presents evidence regarding what could have been the course of the ri A fascinating read about a river shrouded in mystery for the common man.

He presents evidence regarding what could have been the course of the river in the sub-continent and traces its journey until the time the river disappeared.

The most interesting part of the book is where is talks about the people and their civilization that the river supported, and about their legacy that lives on to date.

And had same expectations from this book but it came out to be of a slightly different Genre. This book is more Factual and Historical. Yet, A must read if you are interested in Ancient Indian Civilizations.

It provides facts and assertions to support the existence and actual location of the River that is considered Mythical on some grounds.

Author has presented a lot of opinions and theories, debating each of I took this book up after reading a book on Indus Empires of Indus by Alice Albinia.

Author has presented a lot of opinions and theories, debating each of them and finally presenting his own view. He has done extensive research and put in a lot of dedication into this book.

Although, its not a page turner and travel oriented which is the reason it took so long to complete. Mar 21, Sankara rated it really liked it Shelves: india-history.

A Beautiful book. It starts out as a mystery and a history puzzle. The multi-dimensional approach of the book, combining authentic research in archeology and history, with the insights in Vedas, legends and Puranas is refreshing.

View 1 comment. Nov 07, Arun Nair rated it really liked it. This is a well researched and captivating book. Usually books that delve on the topic are jingoistic or border on mythology.

Highly recommended. Apr 07, Nithin V A rated it it was amazing Shelves: myth , history , non-fiction. Before reading this book, what I heard of Sarasvati is from Myths.

But this book tells the story of a different Sarasvati , A Once powerful river which is lost in the deserts, which lost its waters to the Indus and Ganges.

In our text books we studied about Indus civilization with out a mention of Sarasvati, where it actually is Indus-Sarasvati civilization.

View all 3 comments. Dec 22, Balaji Sundarrajan rated it really liked it. Impressive research effort. Mar 26, Atul Sabnis rated it it was amazing Shelves: non-fiction , india , all-i-own , history , culture , biography , history-india , history-topical , history-ancient.

By far and easily one of the best non-fiction books I have ever read. This book is a masterpiece of historical investigation. There is a wonderful nerdiness about the presentation which is joyous and satisfying.

If this is a topic that is of interest, you will love it. Dec 18, Maya rated it really liked it. Mar 03, Bindi rated it really liked it Shelves: thesis.

Oct 21, Hari Krishna rated it it was amazing. Excellent book in which the author clearly explain existence of a once mighty river Saraswati and how Saraswati civilization shifted to the Gangetic plains.

A must read for every Indians and whoever is interested in great history of this land. Mar 29, Surender Negi rated it it was amazing Shelves: indology.

It was life giving river of civilization like Harappa and Mohan-jodaro which were flourished in river system of India Known as Saptasindhu- seven rivers.

Sarasvati has very deep routed in Hinduism. In many Vedic hymn still used as Goddess of life. In Puranas, she is transformed as goddess of wisdom, knowledge and science.

She turns from river to mystical goddess of Hinduism. Book Review in Short The story of river "Sarasvati" is started from when lieutenant colonel James Tod is appointed as "political agent of Rajpootana".

He also told to collect cultural, historical and geographical detail of Rajasthan by east India Company. He completed the eleven volume work on given subject and died in at the age of 53 years.

In , Rigved first time published for study purpose of western Indologist. In this book they pointed out origin of Sarasvati and asked for more vast research in this subject from British administrations.

Ten years study of text and archeological study, it has been concluded that, stram today called Ghaggar or Sarsuti is same river mentioned in Rigved.

Its name appears in 72 times and three complete hymns is dedicated to river. Pure Sarasvati acquires powerful symbolism in Vedic text, but slowely its not appear in later text like Yajurveda.

It shows the insignificant of Sarasvati as mighty river is diminishing due to drying. Vedic sages, called saravati as mighty river but later symbolized it goddess of knowledge.

Its also named as Vidyadevi. Rigved verse Padama Purana referred Sarasvati as concert of Brahma and accepted that she reached to desert to deposited fire in it.

This is indication of Sarasvati water flow towards Arabian Sea. Hear my call, O asikni Chenab , marudvridha maruvardhvan , Vitasta Jhelum with arjikiya and sushoma.

First you united with Trishtama, with sasartu and Rasa and with svetya, O sindh with Kubha to Gomati with mehatnu to krumu with whom you proceed together.

Apr 27, Nidhi Chandna rated it really liked it Shelves: archaeology , geology , history , indus-valley.

He connects to the readers like a thriller writer does. Loved it I love history books that are validated by data and facts. Historians and writers have too often taken their audiences for a ride, with wildly concocted theories about history.

Here is a book that is different. There is lots of data and there are lots of inferences derived from the data presented. The book is written in a simple and accessible style, with plenty of pictures and tables.

The story of the civilization that was the precursor of classical Indian civilization, accounts and conjectures I love history books that are validated by data and facts.

The story of the civilization that was the precursor of classical Indian civilization, accounts and conjectures of daily life, social structure, organization, trade, etc.

Dave's job offer leads Billy to a cabaret downtown, driven there by a friendly taxi driver. She enters to see a show put on by the main performer, Cat Eva Mendes.

The appeal of the show is a realistically gory "murder" where Cat ostensibly gets stabbed multiple times and has her "blood" spray all over the delighted audience.

Billy goes backstage and meets with Cat, who shows her where the real money is made: in the basement.

Down there, women stand in locked plastic "shells" while men do whatever they want in their presence. Rat invites Bones out for "a night on the town.

Later, they go out to a gas station store and run into Bully and Face, whose lips were cut off by Bully after he let Bones get away. Bones hides from Bully, and to protect Bones, Rat accepts Bully's offer to give her a ride home.

Bully walks Rat to her front door and asks her if he can see Nick. He then grabs Nick and brutally kills him in front of her.

Billy has to take Franky to work with her since Bones is out with Rat. For her performance, Billy makes it look like she's cutting off her face, which excites the audience.

She later sits with Dave, who hosts the place and performs a song. He takes Billy and Franky home and makes a pass at Billy, but stops when he sees Bones standing outside the car.

Bones drops Billy off at work one night and sees what she has been doing to make money to keep the house.

Unable to help their financial situation anymore by stealing copper piping, Bones decides he is going to break the aforementioned "curse.

Meanwhile, Face enters Rat's house and sets it on fire. He dies in the flames as Rat goes to rescue her grandmother, but she is unable to rouse her from her catatonia and leaves with Franky.

Having succeeded in cutting off the dinosaur's head, Bones comes ashore to find his car has been set on fire.

Bully tries to run Bones over with his car, but at the last moment, Bones steps out of the way and hurls the dinosaur head at Bully's windshield, causing him to crash against the burning car.

Bully is thrown from his car, ends up stuck head first in the lake, and drowns. At work, Billy is sealed in a "shell" while Dave performs a sexual dance routine around her.

Despite having a button that locks the shell from the inside, Dave has a remote that releases the lock. Billy finally steps out of the chamber and stabs Dave in the ear, leaving him to bleed out.

Billy returns to find her sons and Rat sitting on the steps of their house while Rat's home continues to burn.

With the help of the taxi driver, the four of them run away and leave the neighborhood behind them. The musical score for Lost River was composed by Johnny Jewel.

The first official tease of the film's music came on February 3, when Chromatics issued a single for their song, "Yes Love Theme from Lost River ," which is featured in the film.

The soundtrack features music from the score, as well as songs from the film by Glass Candy , Chromatics, Desire , and Symmetry, as well as songs sung by Saoirse Ronan and Ben Mendelsohn , who star in the film.

The song 'Tell Me', sung by Ronan, was featured in the first episode of the television series Riverdale and in the eighth episode for the third season of Killing Eve.

The soundtrack was released on CD, digitally, and as a limited 3xLP on purple vinyl. The film premiered on May 20, , at the Cannes Film Festival, where it was met with a mixed reception from the audience.

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June 6, Rating: D Full Review…. May 28, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews May 28, A shot and a miss as Ryan Gosling attempts to create a cult classic.

The problem is the villains never seem villainous enough so when the final confrontation happens, it all seems anti climatic.

Some high points here and there, but mostly you wait for something to happen. Anthony V Super Reviewer. Gosling creates an ominous atmosphere with a hypnotizing cinematography and a great score, but this incredibly pretentious and self-indulgent salad of influences - Lynch, Bava, Argento, Refn and so on - has a terrible sense of lack of purpose, with apparently nothing to say.

Carlos M Super Reviewer. Apr 29, Despite good looks inspired by Lynch and Refn, Lost River just doesn't have a firm grip and is overly indulgent with its ridiculous dialogues and lousy script.

A mix between a dreamlike narrative and a fairly tale, Lost River mostly doesn't work because it's just trying too hard. Way too hard.

There could be something interesting here but it's just too pretentious to be anything else. Francisco G Super Reviewer. Apr 17, In "Lost River," Billie Christina Hendricks is told by Dave Ben Mendelsohn , her bank manager, that she is in danger of losing her home, like so many around her.

While there seems little chance for her to be able to come up with all the money she owes on her own, Dave does know of a place that is hiring.

Meanwhile, Billie's teenage son, Bones Iain De Caestecker , earns money by stripping wiring from abandoned properties all around town, earning the ire of Bully Matt Smith.

As a director with his first feature "Lost River," Ryan Gosling shows a remarkable eye for memorable imagery, creating a post-apocalyptic fantasia out of the urban ruins of Detroit.

Sadly, his writing is not on the same high level, with random story elements floating around in purely Lynchian fashion. That's with performances to match, with Saoirse Ronan and Ben Mendelsohn who also sings and dances faring best.

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