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Panorama of Indian Culture

Usha Sharma (Editor)
Synopsis India has always a hoary culture, a dynamic force throughout her chequered history. No better proof of it could be found than in the vitality, tenacity and adaptability of its social milieu. India is a polyglot nation with many religious and castes. No other country provides such a grand spectacle –a coming together of people specking different religions and belonging to different castes. The simultaneous unity and diversity is the ultimate strength of the people. Panorama of Indian Culture tries to touch the various shades of Indian culture down through the ages. It is hoped that the present work will be well received by the teachers, scholars and students in our Indian sub-continent and elsewhere.
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About the author

Usha Sharma

Dr. Usha Sharma a well-known academic and research scientist, has published several research papers in science and research journals in India and abroad. Dr. Sharma believes that science and spirituality do not conflict with each other. Scientific-spiritual perception of human reality can provide insights and help resolve various nagging conflicts. Besides being a scientist, Dr. Usha Sharma is also a social activist and a freelance journalist. Human rights, women's rights and criminal tendencies among the educated classes are some of her major concerns. She hopes that man is on his way to develop a world culture based upon the best that has been thought and achieved through time anywhere. For developing such a world culture, she is willing to strive along with others.

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Bibliographic information

Title Panorama of Indian Culture
Author Usha Sharma
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8189526863
length viii+298p., 23cm.
Subjects History