Conventional history books only narrate which king succeeded whom and who won which battle, but rarely tell us how the earth was created and how creatures and the human species evolved. They do not tell how our helpless ancestors survived fighting the wild animals with clubs and stone tools and then progressed to the Computer Age. They do not tell us why, in spite of our wealth and scientific excellence, over half of our human family lives in poverty and why men never stopped killing each other. Dr. Sarkar gives the answers to those questions in his book. He tells the true story of man and prescribes how to remove terrorism, wars, poverty and human suffering. It is not a dull narration of events, but reads like an exciting storybook. This is a must read for everybody interested in the history of mankind, in world peace and in the welfare of humanity.
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