A Concise History of Indo-Pakistan

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Oxford University Press, 1988 - Business & Economics - 315 pages
A scientific and objective historical account of the assimilation and absorption of several races, this book examines the ecological, geographical, political, anthropological, and sociological patterns that have influenced the history of the subcontinent since ancient times. Spanning a period of 5000 years, Mahmud presents a simple and balanced picture of Indo-Pak history, stressing the contributions made by the Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Muslims, Sikhs, and imperial powers to Indo-Muslim culture.

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An excellent book written by SF Mahmud on the history of indo-pakistan based on chronological order in concise form and completely impartial and unbiased . Specially for those who find history a dull and boring subject will find it rather easy in this book . This book describes the history of the subcontinent spreaded over 5000 years . In addition to this also inform about the downfall of different kingdoms in the subcontinent . Further it highlights the various contribution done by the different communities living in subcontinent .  

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Geography of lndoPakistan Subcontinent and
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