With a landscape as diverse as the multitude of people that inhabit it, India hosts a wide range of communities, from remote villages nestled in the Himalayas to thriving urban centers. In many ways, it is a land of contrasts, as reflected in its geographyashaped as much by the annual monsoon season as the arid deserts that punctuate the nation. In this volume, readers will experience a juxtaposed journey, visiting both areas that have remained untouched for centuries and areas of technological advancement that have brought the country to the forefront of innovation.Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution Press, 2006. Bindloss, Joe. India ( Lonely Planet Country Guide). Oakland, CA: Lonely Planet, 2009. Danielou, Alain (author), Kenneth F. Hurry (translator). A Brief History of India. Rochester, VT: Inneranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Geography of India|
|Author||:||Britannica Educational Publishing|
|Publisher||:||Britannica Educational Publishing - 2010-04-01|