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Sir George Macmunn

Published by Bhavan Books Prints, India (2004)

ISBN 10: 8186505393 ISBN 13: 9788186505397

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About this Item: Bhavan Books Prints, India, 2004. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. Seller Inventory # AMO9788186505397

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George Macmunn

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ISBN 10: 8186505393 ISBN 13: 9788186505397

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About this Item: Bhavana. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. The Fringes and frontiers of India. 2. The north-west frontier through the ages. 3. Turk, Afghan and Mogul. 4. The lost garden. 5. The coming of the British to the north-west frontier. 6. Clans and tribes on the frontier. 7. The frontier in British hands. 8. The great frontier rising of 1897. 9. The war in the two Tirahs. 10. The north-west frontier in the twentieth century. 11. Iod-I-Gul. The garland of stories. 12. The north-eastern and eastern frontiers. Finale. Index. "To traverse 4000 miles across the wide-flung frontiers of India in the space of one short volume can possibly be an unsatisfying experience. Even though the author of the present volume has been able to communicate to the readers the 'Romance' with which he has thrilled himself. When the author refers to the word 'Romance', it is made to stand for war and armies, and also migrations. The frontiers of India as discussed in the book include north- west and the north-east and eastern frontiers. "So far as the north-west frontier is concerned the book deals with the maze of events connected with the age-old making of India. The north-east frontier, the land which was long the home of earlier Hindus and Buddhists, is now full of strange relics of the past. Since the coming of the Aryans it has witnessed the march of Alexander of Macedonia, the comings of the Turks, Afghans and Mughals until the British established its power in India and reached the frontier. Besides detailing the north-west frontier through the ages, the book also presents an indepth investigation of the events that led to the 352 pp. Seller Inventory # 37515

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