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Oxford; Thirty Fourth edition Language: English ISBN Includes separate physical and political maps of India and the continents. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.
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Verified download. Irrespective of whether you are entering a competitive exam or not, I recommend this Atlas to enhance your knowledge.
And coming from Oxford Press this is a quality item with good , colour print. Don't forget to press the 'helpful' button if this review has been: This atlas contain wide variety of maps. I will enlist all properties of this book in following points. The paper quality is very good. Its very confortable when you turn the pages. Smooth pages. The visibility is also very good. The contrast of colours used in maps are brilliant. Atlas also contains some questions of multiple choice for competitive exams practice.
The maps are really helpful. I have also pasted it in my room. With so much properties I could not find any flaw in this product.
I will revommend this atlas for map related studies. Got 2 large sized maps along with the book.. Good atlas. Accurate maps. Had used the same item while in school.
Now downloadd it again for UPSC preparation of map based questions. For fellow history optional aspirants, don't expect this to cover the historical places exhaustively. It does have a few maps on historical sites but not complete.
Overall, serves the purpose of an atlas well. I bought this as an adult reference material for me and my father retired geologist since it claimed to have all kinds of latest information on human geography, and it does look colorful with lots of maps representing lots of statistics.
The core of the book, the physical and political maps, also look alright while flipping through pages. However, by happenstance, the historical maps caught my eye. I scanned them and was really disappointed.
For instance, maps show even Ghazni's empire, of all things, in special color whereas the major Tamil and Kannada empires, which essentially ruled the whole of Deccan continuously for years or more till Mughals, Marathas and Europeans overpowered them, and contributed to Indian art, literature and culture immensely, are simply clubbed as "others" with the name smacked across the general region with no special color.