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Let's Know India: The Land of Wonders

Urmila Dogra (Author) Ramesh Chander Dogra (Author)
Synopsis India is one of the oldest countries of the world with a rich cultural heritage and civilization. It is the largest democracy with a population of over a billion people. India is proud of its ancient history and today is one of the most developing nations in the world. India has exciting natural beauty with rivers and mountains all around which captivate visitors form all over the world. This book will provide not only a good introduction to India, but will also acquaint the readers with interesting aspects of Indian art and architecture, music, films, dances, monuments, food, costumes, wild life, and all that one may want to know. Each page has been colourfully illustrated. India is undoubtedly the land of wonders, and his highly informative book is being presented as a small contribution towards understanding this most fascinating country.
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About the authors

Urmila Dogra

Urmila Dogra, a retired Civil Servant in London, has been associated with the research projects of Mr. Dogra since 1986. She is a co-author of four books.

Ramesh Chander Dogra

Ramesh Chander Dogra received his M.Phil at the University of London and has written eleven books and twenty-five articles on many South Asian topics, particularly in the fields of Indology, Sikhism and Bhutan. He retired as Librarian (South Asian Studies), at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, in September 2002. In January 2003 New Year’s Honour List, in the UK, he was awarded MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) for his contribution to South Asian Studies.

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Bibliographic information

Title Let's Know India: The Land of Wonders
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8076502014
length 47p., Plates; Figures; Maps; 29cm.
Subjects Reference