Rewriting Indian History

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India Research, 2003 - History - 160 pages
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In this examination of Indian history, the case is made that India's greatness is not only a lingering memory of the pre-Muslim conquest golden age, but has never diminished and continues today. Evidence for the argument includes recent archaeological research, linguistic discoveries, and new satellite imagery. The political, spiritual, cultural, and social importance of India is affirmed, throughout its history and into the future.

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François Gautier is a journalist and former political correspondent in South Asia for Le Journal De Geneve and Le Figaro, France's largest circulation newspaper. He is the author of Arise O India, A Western Journalist on India, The Guru of Joy, and India's Self Denial.

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