Here is the summary of the book:
Tired of sifting through thousands of websites for a school projects? Bored of flipping through thick history books for an overview of a dynasty? Sick of staring at maps to understand the land forms of the country and going crazy searching the newspaper archives to understand the Reservation Bill? Don't worry! Help is at hand for Hachette brings you a super compendium of information - Indiapedia: All-India Factfinder. This useful reference book will introduce you the different aspects of India from history to economy, from geography to the flora and fauna, from sports to an Indian cinema timeline. With sections on just about every aspect of India, this book is a must-have for every student to know more about their country and use for school projects, essays, quizzes and general General Knowledge enhancement.
And that's not all, there is a special section on the 100 extraordinary things about India.
The Who's who for India. Concise facts. Indiapedia claims to be everything you need to know about India, without checking various sources on the internet. True. Very true......
And not that i'm begrudging anyone anything. People should buy this because not only does it prove for an educational read but it has everything you need to know about India.... but the thing is, it gets old very fast and it may even be useless in a year or two when something changes about India. Like the name of a state, names of state officials or even policies. then this book becomes useless.
But all the same it works for this now and works big time if you need to know something about India.
"A concise guide to India"