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Encyclopaedia of Indian History: Land, People, Culture and Civilization (In 30 Volumes)

Anil Saxena (Author)
Synopsis Indian history is one of the most ancient histories of the world in terms of human civilization. Here flourished many cultures, civilizations, religions and particularly spirituality. That is the reason why India is called the homeland of rishis, munis, saints and faqirs. It is also the only nation on the earth, which accommodates varieties of people and cultures even to date. This miraculous harmony and unity in diversity stands India apart from the rest of the world. Spirituality aside, Indian land can also be boasted of producing giants of literature, science and technology. Rich in minerals, beauty of landscape and other geographical features have always attracted foreign attention since the very early times. As a result, consecutive attacks by armies, and a long period of foreign occupation. Present modest work, consisting of thirty volumes, namely, Encyclopaedia of Indian History is holistic in approach. It covers exhaustively and extensively a wide range of aspects of Indian history, particularly land, people, culture and civilization. Definitely, the work would prove to be a veritable mine of information among all quarters of its concern.
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About the author

Anil Saxena

Dr. Anil Saxena, M.A., Ph.D., D.Lit. is a social scientist of high repute. He is associated with Agra University, (U.P.). He devotes his time to research and writing. Currently he is working on a multivolume work on Social Affairs.

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Title Encyclopaedia of Indian History: Land, People, Culture and Civilization (In 30 Volumes)
Author Anil Saxena
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126129328
length 9486p.
Subjects History