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Glimpses of Madhya Pradesh

M.K. Phatak (Author) B.K. Updhaya (Author)
Synopsis Occupying central location in the Indian republic, the state of Madhya Pradesh encompasses a plethora of beautiful places, monuments, temples, mosques, cultures, forests, fauna and flora, arts, crafts, fairs and festivals.  Having largest population of tribes in the country, the state represents variety of tribal and Adivasi cultures.  "Glimpses of Madhya Pradesh" endeavours to present before the readers a panoramic view of the state, its districts, places, cultures, arts and crafts, developmental policies, economy along with history of dynasties that ruled the state.
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About the authors

M.K. Phatak

M.K. Pathak did his postgraduation in Geography from University of Bhopal.  E is well versed with the entire Madhya Pradesh and also have a unique knowledge with the inhabitants of the state.  He worked with government organization and also contributed many projects so far the development of the state with minimum expenses and a maximum output, so that the society as a whole can be developed.  He has been associated with many women’s and social organizations.

B.K. Updhaya

B.K. Updhaya completed his M.A. in Sociology from Lucknow University, Lucknow.  He started teaching in sociology in the same university and continued for 15 years.  He has attended many seminars, organized by the central government.  He is the member of sociological association of India.  He has written books on sociology focusing more on lifting of downtrodden people and awarded with merit for his outstanding contribution. 

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Bibliographic information

Title Glimpses of Madhya Pradesh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 25.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher ABD Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8183761003
length vii+274p., Tables; Index; 24cm.
Subjects History