The Imperial Gazetteer Of India: Vol. Xv: Karachi To Kottayam
- 426 pages
The Imperial Gazetteer Of India Has Been Accepted As An Authoritative And Comprehensive Study Of India In All The Richness Of Her Life And Culture. The First Four Volumes Deal With The `The Indian Empire` Respectively Entitled `Descriptive` `Historical` `Economic And Administrative` And Next Twenty Constitute The Alphabetic Series And The Last, The Index And The Atlas. Main Body Of The Gazatteers Beginning With Volume V Has Been Written By The Imperial Officials Who Had Acquired Local Experience As Census Superintendents Of Their Provinces And Articles Are Based On Material Collected By District Officers And Officials Of Native States, Supplemented By Special Contribution First Published In 1908.
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