THESE 5 BOOKS FOR CIVIL SERVICES ASPIRENT SHOULD READ THIS BOOK , THESE ARE THE 5 BEST SELLING BOOK FOR UPSC AND CIVIL SERVICES EXAM , UPSC Combo, Indian Economy by Ramesh singh,indian Polity By M Laxmikanth,A Brief History of Modern Indian By Rajiv Ahir ,History of Medival India by Satish Chandra,Certificate Physical and Human Geography by Goh Cheng Leong (5 BEST BOOK COMBO FOR CIVIL SERVICES EXAM,IAS,IPS,IFS,IRS,PSC,UPSC,PRELIMS,MAINS,CSAT,Best Author for UPSC EXAM) (ENGLISH MEDIUM,PAPERBACK) 5 Guru Mantar Book for UPSC and Other Civil Services Exam. About Modern Indian: The Advent of the Portuguese the First Europeans to land in India who managed to carve out enclaves of power showed up the chaotic situation in this vast land. The mighty Mughals were yet to bild their empire but the never quite gained mastery over the seas on the other hand, the colonial empires were bilt on the stregth of the naval power of their home countries. This book reviews the turbulent perod in the history of india from the advent of the Europeans and the gradual establishment of British rule over India upto the nation's independence from colonial rule. its also briefly examiners the challenges faced by the county immediately after independence and the notable developments that have taken place under the various governments brought to power by the people exercising their vote. About Indian Polity: McGraw Hill is proud to present the fifth edition of Indian Polity by M Laxmikanth. This book specially for Civil Services Exam. The book itself needs no introduction. It is one of the most popular and comprehensive books on the subject and has been a consistent bestseller for many years. It has become a must-read book for aspirants appearing in various competitive examinations, especially the civil services examinations. The wide range and scope of issues that it covers also makes it valuable to postgraduates, research scholars, academics and general readers who are interested in the country. political, civil and constitutional issues. This new, fifth edition, has seven new chapters added, along with four new appendices. The extant chapters have been completely revised and updated with recent developments., About Indian Economy:- Ramesh Singh is an alumnus of Delhi School of Economics and an education consultant with over two decades of experience in guiding the aspirants of civil services and other examinations. He is a prolific writer and has authored several books both in English and Hindi for McGraw Hill Education, including Indian Economy, Bhartiya Arthavyavastha, Contemporary Essays, Objective Indian Economy and Social Development, 1000 Plus Questions on General Science. His forthcoming book in McGraw Hill Education is Economics for One Day Exams. He is also a popular columnist of the Publication Division journals Yojana and Kurukshetra. A teacher par excellence, he is endowed with exceptional quality of simplifying the difficult concepts of economics in a cogent and crystal-clear way. His expert lectures on economics and essay are quite popular across the country. He lives in Delhi busy in diverse academic and social pursuits. About History of Medieval Indian:- History Of Medieval India is the second book in a series written to provide a comprehensive overview of the history of the Indian subcontinent. Summary Of The Book History Of Medieval India covers the historical landscape of the Indian subcontinent over a period of a thousand years, between the eighth and eighteenth century AD. The book starts off with a bird’s eye view of the state of the world during the medieval period, before dwelling on the rise and fall of empires in the Indian subcontinent. Writing about the history of India is a daunting task, but the author has attempted to carry out the task with the eye of an inquirer and the pen of a scholar. The book has been written keeping in mind readers who may have some basic knowledge of the political situation in medieval India and would like to pursue the knowledge further. The book elucidates the beginnings, growths and deaths of many a dynasty, including but not limited to the Cholas, Rajputs, Vijayanagara kings, Bahmanids and the Marathas. History Of Medieval India’s primary merit lies in the fact that it departs from the well worn path of writing about dynastic history alone and looks at the social, political, cultural and economic developments that the period gave rise to. Some of these developments still have significance in contemporary relevance, such as the caste system which seems to have been born around this period. The author has done a tremendous job in condensing such a large amount of subject matter in such a small space.