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A Cultural History of India by Arthur Llewellyn Basham

A Cultural History of India

Description : This book, edited by the well-known historian A. L. Basham, presents a comprehensive survey of Indian culture, covering such aspects as religion, philosophy, social organization, literature, art. architecture, music and science. It includes a special section dealing with the influence ofIndian civilization on the rest of the world, as well as details of the political history of the region to provide a chronological framework for the non-specialist. Contributors include such eminent scholars as Radhakrishnan, Burrow, Das, and Spear.

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Authors : Arthur Llewellyn Basham

Published Date : 1975

Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN : 0195615204

Page : 585 Pages

Categories : India

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