The Indian Human Heritage

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D. Balasubramanian, N. Appaji Rao
Universities Press, 1998 - East Indians - 138 pages
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This Is A Collection Of Articles By Experts From Different Fields. While The Focus Of Each Article Is Different From The Others, The Common Thread Of The Heritage Of India Strings Them Together To Form A Well-Represented Foray Into Various Aspects Of The Indian Human Heritage. Written By Experts In Their Respective Fields, These Articles Analyse The Health, Cultural, Linguistic And Sociological Heritage Of India. Also Included Are Articles Which Look At The Dating Of Archaeological Material, And Assess The Effects Of Climate And Geological Changes On The Indian Subcontinent As Well As On Ancient Civilisations.

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Contribution of geochronology to Indian human heritage
Diversities and linkages
The language heritage of India
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