Have you ever wondered about Indian history? Have you thought about your ancestors, your origin? Well, if you have, you have got to have this wonderful book “100 Great Chronicles of Indian History” by Gayathri Ponvannan.
About the Book:
A signboard from the most advanced civilization in the ancient world. The lost notebooks of a mathematical genius.
A line on a map that divided a country into two.
Read about these and 97 other amazing documents in Indian history– from stone inscriptions, palm-leaf and papyrus manuscripts, clay tablets, and copperplate engravings to patents, posters, letters, journals, maps, and much, much more – that will take you on an extraordinary tour of India’s fascinating past.
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Dip into an adventurer’s diary to find out what it was like to spend a day at the Mughal court. Refer to a centuries-old guidebook for stage performance tips. Marvel at the exquisite illustrations adorning the pages of a conqueror’s scrapbook. These invaluable relics offer rare glimpses and insights into events that shaped the course of India’s kaleidoscopic journey, uncovering little-known details, colorful stories, and a collage of cultures.
Deeply researched, engagingly written, and thoroughly engrossing, this is one Indian history book you will not want to put down!
About the Author:
Gayathri Ponvannan is the author of many children’s books, including Unstoppable and 501 Facts Factory: Amazing Space Mysteries and Marvels, both published by Hachette India. Her works have also appeared in several leading newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. She especially enjoys introducing children to the wonderful worlds of science, history, stories, and mysteries.
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