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The Story of India for Children
The Story of India for Children

The Story of India for Children

by Gratian Vas

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Language

English

Publisher

B B Blossom Books

ISBN

8187159006 - Year: 1998 - Pages: 192

Binding

Hardcover

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Author: Gratian Vas
Publisher: B B Blossom Books
Year: 1998
Language: English
Pages: 192
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8187159006

Description

Brought alive in these 200 luminous pages is over 5000 years of India's glorious and fascinating history. This is one book every child well want to see and read.

This is (Hi)story-telling par excellence - clear, uncomplicated, concise, lively, sensitive and absorbing; well complemented by illustrations that a re brilliant, dramatic, realistic, expressive and well-researched.

Imaginative selection and arrangement of episodes preserve the ongoing interest as in a serial, providing a built-in continuity to the whole story.

This is neither a text book nor a reference book.

Contents

Pots and Pans Tell a Story
Surprises in the Mound
Visitors from Across the Mountains
Rama and Sita
The Pandavas and the Kauravas
Kindness to All
The Prince Who Gave Up His Throne
Porus and Alexander
Chandragupta and Chanakya
The Royal Monk
The Empire Breaks Up
The Satavahanas
The Emperor Who Played the Veena
Vikramaditya
Herbal Remedies and Plastic Surgery
Terror Strikes
The King Who Gave Away his Riches
Kings of the South
Holy Men of the South
The Valiant Rajputs
Mahmud of Ghazni
Delhi Becomes the Capital
Living Together
The Bhaktas
Many Kingdoms
Babar
A King on the Run
A King at Thirteen
A Scholar King
The Emperor Who Built the Taj
The Greatest Mughal
The Fall of the Empire
Shivaji
The Marathas Won’t Give Up
Traders From Europe
Trades Want To Rule
The Tiger of Mysore
British Power Grows
The Sicks
Discontent Explodes into Revolt
The Brave Rani of Jhansi
India Awakens
Divide and Rule
Meeting Force with Force
Gandhiji Leads
Complete Independence
Early Troubles
Circles of Friendship
The Wars India had to Fight
The Best is Yet to Come

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