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Book Details


The Ancient Geography of India
I. The Buddhist Period, including the Campaigns of Alexander, and the Travels of Hwen-Thsang
Alexander Cunningham
Bibliography : xxvii, 502pp., 12 Maps, 2 Folded Maps, Demy 8vo.
PB ISBN (10) : 8175363983
PB ISBN (13) : 9788175363984
HB ISBN (10) : 8175363975
HB ISBN (13) : 9788175363977




(PB) List Price US$ : 12
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About the Book:

The geography of India may conveniently be divided into a few distinct section, each broadly, named after the prevailing religious and political character of the period which it embraces as the Brahmanical, the Buddhist and the Muhammedan. Cunningham`s `Ancient Geography of India` is according to his own statement, the geography of the Buddhist period including the campaigns of Alexander and the travels of Yuan Chwang. The author had only one goal before him that, of telling the world the truth about India`s glorious past. The deep, dark veil that enveloped under it the whole of India of pre-muslim times, had to be removed, and removed permanently.<-p>

Very few among our modern Indian Archaeologists have the will and stamina to undertake such arduous tasks. His practical experience in fields greatly helped him to locate a good number of important sites. A few fortunate discoveries made his task easier in some particular cases.<-p>

Ancient Geography of India, by Alexander Cunningham

 

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