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Indian Prisoners of War in Pakistan: Victims of a Perverted Concept of Civil Supremacy

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About the author

Man Mohan Sharma

Born of a highly educated family of Sialkot (Pakistan) Man Mohan Sharma had a distinguished academic career. He is a graduate with honours in English as well as Urdu literatures. he is also an interpreter in Nepali. He served as a Commissioned Officer with the 5/8 Gorkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles). He commanded the Garhawal and Kumaon Scouts in Uttaranchal. During his army service spanning 30 years, he spent more then two decades in the Himalayan heights and valleys from subzero temperatures of Ladakh to the beautiful valleys of the Eastern Himalayas. He has carried out an in-depth study of the Himalayas; the land and the people-and their extra ordinary gods and goddesses that dwell there. His first book Through The Valley of Gods (1976), attracted attention around the Globe and earned him the Fellowship of the Royal Geographical Society London. He has also been conferred with the membership of the National Geographical Society, Washington. He is thus, an acknowledged authority on the Himalayan Uttrakhand culture. Seen in the photograph above at Charma, a beatiful village enroute to Kailas Manasarover.

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Title Indian Prisoners of War in Pakistan: Victims of a Perverted Concept of Civil Supremacy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 11.08.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185384945
length 248p., Illustrations; Map; 23cm.