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India

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Why are the Himalayas considered geologically alive? When did the First train huff and puff its way between two stations in India? What was Indias very own desi dino called? How did Indias currency come to be Named the rupee? Which Indian glacier is the highest battleground in The world? Who wrote the worlds first grammar book? If questions like these make you curious about incredible India, here is a bumper info-pedia packed with fascinating facts, terrific trivia and colourful Cartoons on just about everything in India, this book encourages interest in a wide range of subjects. Use it for homework help, for project ideas, to Boost your general knowledge or as a ready reference because this must have Book makes getting to know India as easy as ABC.

India

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We all miss our old home, but we lost it for good.

India

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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

India

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This coffee table book for adults and children is a wonderful collection of high-quality images produced by a series of professional photographers. Please note that this book contains no text, information or facts only an unique selection of medium sized images that portray the subject.

India

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Paphos Publishers offers a wide catalog of rare classic titles, published for a new generation. India is a wonderful collection of romances from India.

Indias blancas

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Un relato de amor apasionado, donde indios, blancos y mujeres cautivas entretejen una trama que perdura para siempre en la mente del lector. Florencia Bonelli, con maestría narrativa y un profundo conocimiento de la historia argentina, ofrece en Indias blancas un relato de amor apasionado, donde indios, blancos y mujeres cautivas entretejen una trama que perdura para siempre en la mente del lector. Corre el año 1873 y la sociedad porteña se consolida alrededor de las familias con apellidos ilustres. Laura Escalante, hija de un general de la Nación, es una bellísima joven con ideas claras y fuertes convicciones. Cuando viaja a Córdoba para atender a su hermano enfermo, conoce al indio ranquel Nahueltruz Guor y su vida cambia para siempre. Un amor irrefrenable, enfrentado a todos y a todo, incluso a ellos mismos, los hace transitar momentos dolorosos, llenos de aventuras, desencuentros y acción, en el marco de la épica lucha entre indios y blancos que ha definido nuestro país desde entonces.

India's Summer

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India Butler, single and about to turn forty, travels to LA in an attempt to reinvent her life. In a world rarely illuminated by the flashbulbs of the paparazzi, she discovers the true meaning of "having it all." "INDIA'S SUMMER is a furious, fast-paced, fun romp through the excesses of life in the Hollywood fast lane, with some thought- provoking wisdom interspersed throughout." - Jane Green, New York Times bestselling author "A book has an energy field all of its own and India's Summer has a really great one." - Ekhart Tolle, spiritual leader and New York Times bestselling author "INDIA'S SUMMER offers a timeless tale of women supporting one another - delivered in a way that makes it feel fresh, alive, and utterly of the moment." - Arianna Huffington "India's fascinating character is what makes India's Summer a compelling read. She is trying to make a big shift in her life, in her career, in the choices she's making. She's funny, clever and vulnerable and you are rooting for her every step of the way." - Goldie Hawn "INDIA'S SUMMER avoids the familiar clichés of LA and yet captures the character of the city so well." - Orlando Bloom

India

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De geschiedenis van 's werelds grootste democratie Het is een wonder dat India zich sinds zijn onafhankelijkheid in 1947 als grootste democratie ter wereld staande heeft weten te houden, ondankds armoede en burgeroorlog, kastentegenstellingen, de vele talen en de verschillende godsdiensten. Ramachandra Guha, een van India's meest vooraanstaande schrijvers, geeft een uiterst boeiend beeld van het moderne India. Het is een geschiedenis die getekend is door oorlogen, natuurrampen, voortdurende spanningen met Pakistan, de kwestie Kasjmir, sektarisch geweld tussen moslims en hindoes en bloedige aanslagen. Met deze briljant en helder geschreven geschiedenis van het moderne India heeft Ramanchandra Guha veel internationale lof geoogst. India is een onmisbaar boek voor eenieder die geïnteresseerd is in het moderne India met al zijn tegenstellingen, maar die ook iets wil begrijpen van de achtergronden van dit fascinerende land met zijn volstrekt eigen eeuwenoude cultuur.

India

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A monumental biography of the subcontinent from the award-winning author of The World Is What It Is: The Authorized Biography of V.S. Naipaul. Second only to China in the magnitude of its economic miracle and second to none in its potential to shape the new century, India is fast undergoing one of the most momentous transformations the world has ever seen. In this dazzlingly panoramic book, Patrick French chronicles that epic change, telling human stories to explain a larger national narrative. Melding on-the-ground reports with a deep knowledge of history, French exposes the cultural foundations of India's political, economic and social complexities. He reveals how a nation identified with some of the most wretched poverty on earth has simultaneously developed an envied culture of entrepreneurship (here are stories like that of C.K. Ranganathan, who trudged the streets of Cuddalore in the 1980s selling sample packets of shampoo and now employs more than one thousand people). And even more remarkably, French shows how, despite the ancient and persistent traditions of caste, as well as a mind-boggling number of ethnicities and languages, India has nevertheless managed to cohere, evolving into the world's largest democracy, largely fulfilling Jawaharlal Nehru's dream of a secular liberal order. French's inquiry goes to the heart of all the puzzlements that modern India presents: Is this country actually rich or poor? Why has its Muslim population, the second largest on earth, resisted radicalization to such a considerable extent? Why do so many children of Indians who have succeeded in the West want to return "home," despite never having lived in India? Will India become a natural ally of the West, a geostrategic counterweight to the illiberal rising powers China and Russia? To find the answers, French seeks out an astonishing range of characters: from Maoist revolutionaries to Mafia dons, from chained quarry laborers to self-made billionaires. And he delves into the p

India

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In the 13th Century, Marco Polo described India as a land of wonders," and his observation is no less true today. India is the world's largest democracy, a nuclear power, and a rising economic giant-but also the world's most ancient surviving civilization, with unbroken continuity stretching back into prehistory. It is a land of tremendous spirituality punctuated by terrible religious violence, of vast deserts and Himalayan peaks that disappear into the sky, of remote Mughal forts and jam-packed megacities, and of the world's most glorious architectural splendors: the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort, and Luyten's Delhi. An epicenter of trade and a land of extraordinary riches, India has played a prominent role in world history. At the beginning of the 21st century, India has once again become a leading player on the world stage. In India, Michael Wood leads his audience on six eye-opening journeys into the subcontinent, where he uncovers the fabulous sights and sounds, the dazzling achievements, and the dramatic history of the world's most influential civilization. This sumptuously illustrated book is a magical mix of history and travelogue, and an unforgettable portrait of India-past, present, and future.

Young India

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Young India

History of India

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History of India

Ancient India

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Ancient India

Modern India

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Modern India by William Eleroy Curtis.

East India

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East India

Women of India

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Women of India

Star of India

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A Gothic love affair taking place in British colonial India.

Venus in India

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Venus in India" by Charles Devereaux is a classic Victorian erotic novel, published in 1889. It contains graphic sexual descriptions and themes.

India Desiyakodiyin Kadhai

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Iceland India Interstate

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An unexpected relationship turns into an unconventional adventure, as full-time traveler Colin Wright falls for an Icelandic girl who tests his ideas about relationships and becomes a partner-in-crime across three continents.
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