NCERT AN INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN ART AND INDIAN PEOPLE ECONOMY COMBO SET OF 2 BOOKS FOR UPSC EXAMS


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A fine tool to get introduced to the world of aesthetics, arts and culture is this – An Introduction to Indian Art Part 1: Textbook in Fine Arts that comes in a paperback form. Published by the NCERT, it contains wholesome chapters that will help young students venture into the world of Indian as well as Continental arts. The book contains detailed information about some of the most famous pieces of arts. In addition, lucid English language and an interactive method of word flow will keep the students hooked and interested. Salient Features of the Textbook This book covers the History of Arts in India as it introduces the students to the world of ancient Indian arts. It gives detailed insights of the Indus Valley Civilization and the artwork and sculptures that have been excavated from the historical sites. Introduction to ancient temple arts along with Hindu, Buddha and Jain arts and sculptures help students to get an all-encompassing view of the many flavours of India. It analyses different works of wonder and breaks down each and every aspect of it to the students. Be it the Ajanta cave artworks or the different techniques that were popular during different eras- this book has everything well-covered. Detailed illustrations of great artworks let students have a clear idea about the beauty of such surreal artworks. India People and Economy – this is a Geography Textbook for the students of Class 12 belonging to the Humanities stream. Published by NCERT, this book is based on the guidelines and syllabus outlined by Central Board of Secondary Education. The topics are well covered and written in a lucid language so that students find them easy to understand. Besides, the detailed map and proper tabular representation make it an apt choice for the students who will be appearing for their board examinations. Chapters Covered in the Textbook Unit I Population : Distribution, Density, Growth and Composition Migration : Types, Causes and Conseque

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