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Kalpaz The People of Asia

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Kalpaz The People of Asia

The compass of treatment of world’s inhabitants is extremely wide and even then the book presents an authentic treasure of information on the history of existing and extinct nations, their ethnology, manners and customs. Asia is full of varied interest to the inquiring and reflective mind. Asia’s vast extent, its diversity of acclimated and physical features, its diversity of climates and physical features, its variety of population, its scattered tribes, its scattered tribes, its mighty empires and their wonderful history, its strange superstition its profound moral teachers and its powerful religions, this orient continent has been comprehensibly dealt with. Asia is the birthplace of great religions Confucianism, Taoism, Shintoism, Vedism and Hinduism, Buddhism and Zoroastrians. It also discusses the distinct civilizations like Greece, Rome. It authentically deals with all leading races in the world-Hindus, Tibeto, Burmese and Tibetans, Siamese, Cochin Chinese, Chinese, Japanese, Mongolians, early inhabitants of India, Siberia, Turkestan, turkey, Persians, Afghans, Baluchs, Arabs, etc. It is a learned anthropological, ethnographical and deep historical study of the existing and extinct nations of the world. The book is treasure house of fabulous authentic information on all aspects. It can be prized possession of all Libraries and research centers.

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Brand / Publisher Kalpaz
Return Policy 15 Days
Book Type Text Books
ISBN 9788178353180
Author G.T. Brettany
Language English
Subject Anthropology
Pages 300
Binding Hardback


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Kalpaz Publication has published all type of books from different walks of life. They have published books in all subjects from art, culture, literature, history, thesis, politics, judiciary, geography and music . Since the last fourteen years, Kalpaz publications has published more than 1500 titles

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