Cultural Portraits of India

Landscapes: Ancient Kingdoms and Fabled Lands



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The shape of India can be imagined as that of a ripe mango. The country hangs delectably off the continent of Eurasia, dividing the Arabian Sea from the Bay of Bengal, with the Indian Ocean lapping at its southern tip. On its northern border, India is firmly anchored to the rest of the continent by the world's highest mountains. Its western border runs through the Thar Desert, where conditions approach those of the Sahara. Within these confines of sea, desert and mountain, one of the world's greatest civilizations developed over a 5,000-year process of continuous evolution.

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