Regional Planning In India by Mahesh Chand and V. K. Puri deals with the topic of the country’s regional planning from an academic perspective, highlighting the problem areas, and also bringing into focus the contribution of the intellectuals. The book is divided into 12 chapters and as per the UGC standards. It mainly brings into purview the issue of territorial disequilibrium and the abstractions, the course of becoming more urban, agrarian evolution, improvement of the areas that are downtrodden, and also development of the tribes. Regional Planning In India showcases the pertinence of regional planning using the required orientation. This book has been written so that it can be useful to those in the academic domains of Geography and Economics besides Regional Planning. This book can also be read by the professionals of regional planning.
Mahesh Chand was born in the year 1918 and was involved in teaching Economics at the University level. He retired as the HOD of Economics in 1980. V. K. Puri was born in 1950 and was a lecturer of Economics at Shyam Lal College in Delhi University. The authors have written a number of articles and journals.