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Iranians & Greeks in Ancient Punjab

Description Ancient Punjab has been a gateway to the foreign invaders since time immemorial through its snow covered mountains in the north world. Amongst the earlier invaders just before the beginning of the British Era have been the Iranians on the Greeks. Punjab is having the blood of the same Aryan stock goes the Iranians and the Greeks gave a tough fight to both the invaders, but still the foreign invaders were able to make certain in roads deep into India. The book highlights the major foreign tribes and their incursions in India but not much of a success. These invaders who settled in parts of India give rise to certain Arts such as Gandhara School of Art.[edit]
Keywords Rigveda, Athura Mazda, Hunas, Kambhuja, Yavana Pir Panchala, Ghandhara, Alexandera, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001553
Author Dan Singh
Year 1973
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Department Of Punjab Historical Studies
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 22.0
Breadth 14.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         68
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