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Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office , Varanasi, India
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|Series||The Chowkhamba Sanskrit studies, v. 39|
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The Socio-religious Condition of North India, A. D.: Based on Archaeological Sources Volume 39 of The Chowkhamba Sanskrit studies Volume 39 of The socio-religious condition of north India, A.
D., based on archaeological cources: Author: Vasudeva Upadhyay: Publisher: Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office, Original from Socio-religious condition of north India, A.D., based on archaeological cources.
Varanasi, India, Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vāsudeva Upādhyāya Reviews of archaeological evidence have suggested that occupation of the Indian subcontinent by hominins was sporadic until approximatelyyears ago, and was geographically widespread by approximatelyyears before the present, from which point onward, archaeological evidence of proto-human presence socio-religious condition of north India widely :// India - Discovering the Wonder that is India, Know about India including its History, Geography, Culture, Governance, Economy, Science, Technology, Travel, Tourism The Middle kingdoms of India were the political entities in India from the 3rd century BCE to the 13th century CE.
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