Indian History: Ancient and medieval, Volume 1
Encyclopaedia Britannica (India) and Popular Prakashan, Mumbai, 2003 - India - 316 pages
This Book An Encyclopaedia, Is Constructed Around The Recognition Of The Many Stories That Constitute The History Of India-Ie. The Very Different Stories Of The District Linguiistic And Cultural Regions Of India On The One Hand And On The Other The Story Of The Arrival Of Many Foreign Invaelers.
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India from the Palaeolithic Period to the Decline of the Indus Civilization
The Indus Civilization
North India under Muslim Hegemony c 12001526
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