- By DaleBrown

Ancient India: Land of Mystery

  • Title: Ancient India: Land of Mystery
  • Author: DaleBrown
  • ISBN: 9780809490370
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ancient India Land of Mystery Readers assume the role of archaeologists uncovering secrets of ancient civilizations Stunning photographs and illustrations plus detailed cutaways maps and diagrams

    Readers assume the role of archaeologists, uncovering secrets of ancient civilizations Stunning photographs and illustrations, plus detailed cutaways, maps and diagrams.

    1 thought on “Ancient India: Land of Mystery

    1. A little dry in spots, but it hits a lot of high points with just enough detail to make one want to investigate further.I am glad that I read this before moving into dryer academic works - it gave me a solid foundation in some of the few known historical figures of India so that the names are recognizable and I don't have to stop and look them up as I read other books. I also really enjoyed the insights in how the Hindu religion changed over time - enough so that I intend learn more about it.

    2. Hopefully, this cover girl ( the famous priest from Mohenjo-Daro) will never suffer the sectarian violence that befell his Palmyra counterparts. A good companion to the early chapters of Keay's India: A History.

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