A Sourcebook of Indian Civilization

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Niharranjan Ray, Brajadulal Chattopadhyaya
Orient Blackswan, 2000 - History - 673 pages
A Sourcebook of Indian Civilization aims at familiarising its readers with the various aspects that go into the making of the history of Indian civilisation. The arrangement of the material in the chapters and selections conform to a rationally conceived and planned scheme of history. The contents of the book presents an extensive view of Indian life and thought.
 

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Contents

Food Gathering and Food Producing
134
The Iron Age and the Formation
196
Consolidation and Confrontation
277
Acculturation and Standardization
356
Landed Interests Regionalization
441
Appendix
546
Abbreviations
651
Index
665
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