11 Nov 2006 - 02 Nov 2007
Indian History: Ancient And Medieval
A Compelling Guide to the History of One of the World’s Oldest Civilizations
Encyclopædia Britannica’s Indian History is a journey back in time, into the events and mindscapes that brought to life a whole civilization and culture. Reviewed and edited by scholars, the set of two books, Ancient and Medieval, and Modern, represent a lucid and meticulous unfolding of the mystique of India through the ages. This chronological coverage of India presents information on the people of India; the great dynasties; trailblazers with their triumphs and trials; and landmarks.
- Each volume includes an authoritative overview of Indian history spanning the period it covers.
- Individual entries are rich sources of detailed information about the many histories that have figured in the making of India, as we know it today.
- Entries on specific periods, places, and people that constitute Indian history are a scholarly reference source.
The two volumes are a ready reckoner for school children, teachers, students taking competitive exams, and people interested in the history of India. They will benefit greatly from its easy-to-use format and the depth of its comprehensive information. It is a reliable reference, encourages research and fact-finding.
- ISBN: 81-7991-067-9
- Volumes: 1
- Pages: 316
Also see:Indian History: Modern
Price: 290/- (INR) inclusive of all taxes.
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