Dr. V. Ramabrahmam.
Assistant Professor
Dept. of History & Archaeology
+91 8019539433
Qualifications :
M.A. – Indian Culture (SVU)
PhD - Archaeology (SVU)
MTM – Masters in Tourism Management (IGNOU)
PG. Diploma in Epigraphy – (SVU)
PG. Diploma in Yoga – (Sanskrit Vidyapeet, Tpt)
PG. Diploma in Television Production – (HCU)
Work experience (PDF/Teaching etc.) :
UG- 6 years
PG- 9 years
Area of research interest:
i) Archaeology, (Megalithic Culture & Rock Art)
ii)Tourism Management
iii)Peace and Non-Violence
iv)Women studies
Research grants (during the last Five years):
Awarded UGC-Major Research Project for the Academic year 01-07-2015 to 30-06-2018 an amount of Rs. 10,79,400/- (Ten Lakhs Seventy Nine Thousand Rupees only)
Research students (Ph.D awarded/working):
Working - 02
Conference/symposia attended(during the last five years) :
International /Seminars/Conference/Symposium- 08
National – 10
Regional - 05
Conference/symposia organized:
Selected Best Publications :
1. EduchutlaKota (Fort of Seven Circles)-A Unique Megalithic Tradition in Chittoor district-Rayalaseema, Puratatta, Journal of Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2015 (ISSN 0970-2105/47957)
2.Role of Water ways in Social Mobility: Its Influence in spreading of Buddhism in Ancient Andhradesa, Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology (2), Tiruvanantapuram, 2014 (ISSN 2347-5463)
3.Origin and Evolution of Hero stones in Rayalaseema Region of Andhra Pradesh, Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology (4), Tiruvanantapuram, 2016 (ISSN 2347-5463)
4.Handicrafts in the Medieval Andhra: Its Role and Prospects, Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology (5), Tiruvanantapuram, 2017 (ISSN 2347-5463)
5. Cult of the Dead: Evidence from the South Indian Megaliths, International Symposium on Megalithic Monuments and Cult Practices, Neofit Rilski University Press, Bulgaria
6. Restoring the Silk Route: Its Transportation and Importance, History of Land Transportation, Locomotive Heritage and Road Culture of South Asia, Sri Lanka, 2017 (ISBN 978-955-704-072-1)
7. Tourism Potentiality and Prosperity in A.P. with special reference to Rayalaseema, KIMI-Kohinoor International Management Institute, Mumbai, 2016, (ISSN (0): 2455-8079)
8. Beginning of Sculptural Art in South India with the Influence of Megalithic Anthropomorphic Statues, Iconography of the Hindus, Buddhists & Jains, C.P.R. Publications, 2017, (ISBN: 978-93-85459-03-0)
9. Art and Architecture of Nepal: Its aesthetic Sense and Awareness, Understanding Nepal in Contemporary Times, New Delhi, 2017, (ISBN: 978-93-82059-47-9)
10.Megalithic Rock Art in Rayalaseema, The Megalithic Culture of South India, The Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2014, (ISBN:978-81-910635-2-3)