India and Her Neighbours
The Book Deals With All Aspects Of India And Her Neighbours In Detail. The Introductory Chapter Clearly Indicates The History Of India And Her Neighbours In Brief. In The Second Chapter Under The Heading China A Detailed Description Is Given About The Relationship Between China And India In A Chronological Order In Different Phases. Chapters On Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Burma (Mayanmer) And Bhutan Provide A Vivid Account About The Various Aspects Of The Neighbouring Countries And Their Relations With India From Beginning To The Present Day. The Last Chapter On India And Saarc Studies India S Relations With Saarc In A Lucid Manner. The Book Is Designed To Meet The Requirements Of The Students, Candidates For Civil Services Examinations And The Common Readers.
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