New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 2007
Seller ID: 701405
The volume is the collection of the papers contributed in the International Seminar on India and Central Asia: Classical to Contemporary Periods and some papers published in the Quarterly Dialogue of the Astha Bharati, Delhi. The Central Asia forms part of our immediate neighbourhood in East Central Asia and extended neighbourhood in the West. India was geographically nearer to the Central Asian republics before partition of the country in 1947. Apart from common contiguous borders, climatic continuity, similar geographical features and geo-cultural affinities, India and Central Asia have long... View More...