A Historical Atlas of India
Using both historical maps as primary source documents as well as modern maps, this historical atlas of India recounts the history of the country from its earliest inhabitants, to it's occupation by the British, to the present day. Like the other books in this fascinating series, this title explores the culture of India using short sidebars that focus on art, religion, and profiles of important Indians. Featuring some never-before-seen photos, the history of this vibrant country comes alive with a timeline, and easy-to-navigate maps.
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The Mughals 31
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