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India Map, Maps of India,India Map Online. Google Image Result for. Digital South Asia Library. South Asian Collection. Subjects of the Collection Regions of Asia South Asia. Countries. India - Map of former provinces of Gandhara, Kapisa, Bactria, and neighboring regions. Maps of South Asia: an organized collection.
Welcome to Survey of India. Untitled Document. The Collection. Informazioni sul sito. Archaeos, Inc. Medieval India (600 BC - 1526 AD) Images. PD Photo - Free Photos And Pictures (public domain, stock pictures, wallpaper, royalty free, clip art, etc) Color Slide Project. The Color Slide project was a non-profit project supported by foundations, institutions, and individuals.
From 1974 through December 2006, the ACSAA Color Slide Project provided high quality color slides of the art and architecture of India and other South and Southeast Asian countries (Nepal, Tibet, Burma, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Indonesia, Pakistan, Afghanistan) to individuals and institutions for teaching and research purposes around the world. The Color Slide Project was discontinued in December 2006. ACSAA images are digitally available through ARTstor. This site and its contents are protected by U.S. and international copyright laws. All digital files and associated text are the property of the Regents of the University of Michigan and are made available for educational, non-commercial use only. This site pertains to the American Council for Southern Asian Art Color Slide Project only.
Historical Atlas of South India. The Indian subcontinent, it need hardly be stated, has a rich history of more than 500,000 years. During this long period it has been a melting pot of diverse cultures in varied geographical settings and has managed to assimilate, accommodate, and preserve several traditions to make the modern secular society of India. There do exist several standard books on the political, social, economic, and cultural processes of the Indian past. They, however, lack adequate cartographic presentation of the facts, which is very essential to a proper understanding of the subject. There are of course a few separate atlases to present the history cartographically. J.E. The first phase was completed early in 2005 and the outcome was a prototype for the Pudukkottai (Central Tamil Nadu) region, which works both from a CD-Rom and on the Internet. The Digital South Asia Library.