History of India
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India is the home of ancient religions and practices. It is a nation whose fascinating history teaches us about tolerance, diversity, and unity. This far-reaching subcontinent has been the place where great empires have developed, the place of monumental battles, the place of foreign invaders and the place of birth of cultures and religions.
This book represents a compelling illustration of one of the world’s oldest civilizations: the road it followed to reach the place where it is today, and the primary elements that shaped its culture. It is a narrative that takes you from the ancient beginnings of the nation to modern-day India.
Here is a brief insight into the content of the book:
- Ancient India: its most significant empires and the coming of Islam
- Medieval India: the primary events that shaped its culture
- British colonization: how did it settle in India and what impact did it have on its culture?
- India from 1949 until today: the primary changes that shaped the largest democracy in the world
- Indian culture and religion: the main elements that distinguish the Hindu way of life from other philosophies and ethics
- Things to see in India: a few guidelines for eager tourists who want to discover India and its majestic beauty
If you want to discover the uniqueness of India, then you must definitely listen to this book. Learning more about its history will make you convey it from a different point of view.
There is something about India that makes it unique. It is the combination of cultures and its impressive history that makes one feel attracted to this ancient country, which is often referred to as Mother India.
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- Betsy Roberts
if free, ok. Do NOT buy.
I found it on Kindle unlimited for free and regret paying extra for the narration. the book was very sketchy. while I knew it was going to be a quick run through a very large amount of History, I didn't expect it to be so shallow and have such an obvious axe to grind. Not really impartial and poorly written as well. the narrator had a hard time pronouncing things and although did their best there was obvious stop and starts and no punctuation. now I'm going to look at the Kindle version and I hope it has a whole lot of maps and maybe photographs because that might make up for the poorly organized prose and bad narration