Kanchi to Cambodia – Greater India Revisited

Noesis Books

This book is an attempt to explore how the 2,000 year-old-traditions, the culture, and trade relations of India amalgamated in the cultures of many countries in Asia. Trade is also an important in India’s ties with South-East Asian countries and we should realise the fact that India’s trade with Asian countries is bound to expand by leaps and bounds in the immediate future.


Book information:

Pub Date 01/10/2023
Edition Revised
Pages 208
ISBN 9788196596613
Print Price ₹150
Author: TKV Rajan

About the author:

T.K.V. Rajan, a well- known archaeologist and media personality is the Founder – Director of Indian Science Monitor and Indo-Asian Foundation of Archaeological Research. As an Archaeologist, Rajan has been concerned about the impact of science and technology on the traditional Indian society. His futuristic exhibition “The Last days of Homosapiens” sponsored by JNU, reflected the problems of changing values and eco-crisis. Rajan has also presented “Our Buried Past”, a documentary serial for Madras Doordarshan. Post graduate in Archaeology and learnt Anthropology under Professor Polin Kolanda from the University of Houston while she was in India. While Rajan was in USA, he released a video “Hollywood Nostalgia-Impact of Hollywood movies on the traditional Indian Movie goers” in Glasgow, Kentucky and he was honoured by the Citizens of Greater City of Texas for his scientific presentations on Archaeology of India.


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