Dimensions of National Integration: The Experiences and Lessons of Indian History
Nisith Ranjan Ray
Punthi-Pustak & Institute of Historical Studies, Jan 1, 1993 - India - 456 pages
The Silver Jubilee Session (1986) Of The Institute`S Annual Conference Which Synchronised With The 39Th Anniversary Of India`S Independence, Chose National Integration-The Experiences And Lessons Of History . Without Dustjacket.
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Education for Better Integration
Hindu Social Cosmology and National
Northern and Eastern Indian Elements
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