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Indo-Bhutan Relations Through Prism of History

Madhu Rajput (Author)
Synopsis No other countries can boast of closeness as India and Bhutan claim. The book is an attempt to understand the spirit behind the relations in its entirely beginning from early times to present day. Notwithstanding the tumultuous changes political social and economic have taken place in the tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan the relations have strengthened and India has played an important role in Bhutan's emergence from isolation tot he international arena. The book traces its journey from its nascent times to the developing nation it is today with per capita income which is the highest in South Asia.
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About the author

Madhu Rajput

Dr. Madhu  Rajput is Ph.D. in History and is currently working as a Reader in the Department of Western History, University of Lucknow.  Her area of research is South-Asia, specifically Bhutan.  The topic of her Ph.D. was “Indo-Bhutan Relations since 1949 – A Study of Political, Social and Economic Affairs”.

Having explored the less traveled trajectories of Bhutan with all the picturesque and awe-inspiring scenery, it is only natural that she has again undertaken the task of pursuing D.Litt. on Bhutan to unveil the magnificent culture, ethics and the unprecedented events of this mysterious Himalayan kingdom.

She was the Organizing Secretary of the National Seminar on Bhutan held on 24 October 2008, the occasion of the centenary year of the monarchy.  She has presented several papers in National Conferences in India.

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Title Indo-Bhutan Relations Through Prism of History
Author Madhu Rajput
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.08.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788178312590
length xiii+374p., 6p. of Plates; Col. Illustrations; Col. Maps; Appendices; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.