An Atlas and Survey of South Asian History
This historical atlas is devoted primarily to India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, while also covering Napal, Bhutan and Ceylon/Sri Lanka. The maps are accompanied by text which illuminates recent political, economic, social and cultural developments.
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Afghanistan agriculture annexed areas Army in India Aryans Asian attack Bangladesh became Bengal Bhutan Bombay Brahmanical British Buddhism Burma Calcutta Central century Chalukya Chandragupta China Chola cities conflict conquest cotton country’s culture death Deccan decline defeated Delhi Sultanate Despite dynasty early East Pakistan economic emperor export famine forces French frontier Ganga Government of India growth Gupta Gupta Empire Harappan Harsha Hindu imperial increase independence indigenous Indo-Aryan industry Kamarupa Kashmir KILOMETERS 700 king kingdom Lahore languages later Madras Magadha major Marathas Mauryan Mauryan Empire MILES military million monarch Mughal Empire Muhammad Muslim Mysore Nepal nizam northern India outbreak overseas Pallavas Panjab Pataliputra percent period peshwa political population Portuguese Pratiharas princes Pulakeshin railway Rajput Ranjit region rule rulers settlement Shah Shakas Shashanka Sikh Singh South Asia Sri Lanka subcontinent Tamils territory throne tion trade treaty urban Vijayanagara West Western