By Sanjeev Sanyal
Combining scholarship with gleaming wit, Sanjeev Sanyal units out to discover how India's background used to be formed by way of its geography--answering questions you have by no means idea to invite. relocating from geological and genetic origins to present-day Gurgaon, Land of the Seven Rivers is riveting, wry and whole of surprises.
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