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- 1. Written by an expert who is known for simplifying mythology
2. Unique Structure to aid understanding and memorization:
64 topics grouped under 3 main-headings and 10 sub-headings
Mapping of culture, arts, heritage to history (time) and geography (space)
Over 250 story-telling images, and 100 tables
More than 200 examination-based questions
3. Content framed on contemporary and future geopolitical realities includes:
Contemporary Topics: People, The Indian Home, LGBTQ, Women.
Themes in vogue: How Politics and Economics shape Culture.
Stress on Media: Storytellers, Oral and Written Traditions, Photography, Cinema,
Radio, Television, Internet and Social Media.
Comparison with World Cultures.
Connecting idea to design, myth to tradition, culture, civilization, art, and