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Book Details


The Imperial Gazetteer Atlas of India


Bibliography : viii, 87pp., 66 Coloured Maps, Royal 4vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 8185418292
HB ISBN (13) : 9788185418292





About the Book:

The Imperial Gazetteer in 26 volumes is a thorough and exhaustive account of India and its people. Intellectuals are alive to the need of such an authoritative and comprehensive study of India. In reprints, The Imperial Gazetteer is available in 25 volumes only. Scholars and researchers have long felt the absence of the final 26th volume. The 26th Volume is The Imperial Gazetteer Atlas of India which has incorporated only the maps in accordance with the collated information and material of the text of the earlier 25 volumes. These maps are in original format and colour. Now this volume is being reprinted to fill in the void. Here greater part of maps (especially for the descriptive maps and the town sketches) were supplied by the Survey of India. This volume has included the geological maps, the meteorological maps from Climatological Atlas of India, the ethnological maps from the Report of the Census of India, 1901, the linguistic maps showing the latest results of the Linguistic Survey of India. This historical maps showing the relative extent of British, Muhammadan and Hindu Power in 1765, 1805, 1837 and 1857 have also been compiled. Agricultural products are exhibited. The erstwhile organisation of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa and Assam are separately portrayed. The archaeological sketch maps have depicted all the most important place of archaeological interest in the several provinces in India, Burma and Pakistan and the results of recent surveys carried out by the Surveyor - General of India have been embodied in the maps of Nepal and Tibet. In addition, the General Index to Provincial maps as well has been included.



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