The Indian Empire: Its People, History and Products

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Routledge, Nov 5, 2013 - Social Science - 788 pages
First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Mr Hunter is wrong in Page 274 when he says that the Siva image at Saranath could not have contained jewels. because it was a stone. He has not read Arthasastra where Chanakya used hallow images to assassinate kings on their entry into the sanctum sanctorum.
Natarajan R

Contents

CHAPTER XXI MINES AND MINERALS
8
CHAPTER II THE POPULATION OF INDIA
43
CHAPTER III THE NONARYAN RACES
53
CHAPTER IV THE ARYANS IN ANCIENT INDIA
75
CHAPTER V BUDDHISM 543 BC TO 1000 AD
132
CHAPTER VI THE GREEKS IN INDIA 327 TO 161 BC
163
CHAPTER VII SCYTHIC INROADS INTO INDIA 126? BC TO 544 AD
174
CHAPTER VIII RISE OF HINDUISM 750 TO 1520 AD
191
CHAPTER XIV EARLY EUROPEAN SETTLEMENTS 1498 TO 18TH CENTURY AD
358
CHAPTER XV HISTORY OF BRITISH RULE 1757 TO 1885
378
CHAPTER XVI BRITISH ADMINISTRATION OF INDIA
431
CHAPTER XVIII MEANS OF COMMUNICATION
545
CHAPTER XIX COMMERCE AND TRADE
556
CHAPTER XX ARTS AND MANUFACTURES
598
CHAPTER XXII GEOLOGY
632
CHAPTER XXIII METEOROLOGY
642

CHAPTER IX CHRISTIANITY IN INDIA CIRCA 100 TO 1881 AD
229
CHAPTER X EARLY MUHAMMADAN RULERS 711 TO 1526 AD
268
CHAPTER XI THE MUGHAL EMPIRE 1526 TO 1761 AD
290
CHAPTER XIII THE INDIAN VERNACULARS AND THEIR LITERATURE
326
CHAPTER XXIV ZOOLOGY AND BOTANY
653
CHAPTER XXV VITAL STATISTICS
666
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