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India

"India" Article - Table of Contents

SECTION I: GEOGRAPHY
Part 1. Introduction. Various Names of India.
Part 2. The Country.
Part 3. Geology.

Part 4. Meteorology.

Part 5. Flora.
Part 6. Wild Animals.
Part 7. The People.
Part 8. Agriculture.
Part 9. Internal Communication (Railways, Roads, River Navigation, Canals).
Part 10. Commerce.
Part 11. Manufactures.
Part 12. Minerals.
Part 13. Famines.

Part 14. Administration.

Part 15. Education.

SECTION II: HISTORY
Part 16. Non-Aryan or Aboriginal Races.
Part 17. Primitive Hinduism.
Part 18. Buddhist Period (6th C. BC - 8th C. AD).
Part 19. Greek-Roman Period.
Part 20. Scythic and Non-Aryan Influences.
Part 21. Mahometan Period.
Part 22. Early European Settlements.
Part 23. British Empire (1765-1881)

SECTION III: BIBLIOGRAPHY

Part 24. Bibliography of India.




The author of this article was Sir W. W. Hunter, LL.D., C.I.E., Director-General of Statistics to the Government of India.


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