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First ever book on India’s political cartography launched in Doon

By Our Staff Reporter
Dehradun, 19 Nov: The first ever book on India’s political cartography ‘We the People of the States of Bharat,’ by Sanjeev Chopra, former Director, Lal Bahadur Shastri Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, was released by Dr Rajendra Dobhal, former Director General Uttarakhand Council of Science and Technology at Natraj Publishers. ‘We, the People of the States of Bharat: The Making and Remaking of Internal Boundaries’ is a fascinating read about the multiple boundary adjustments for every state and Union Territory in India – from 1947 to the seventy – fifth year of independence. The book is a quintessential story of how India continues to redefine itself, with a narrative on mapping state boundaries and a record of the contemporary political history of India through its geography. A gripping account of modern India’s political cartography.
Dr Dobhal, while speaking on the occasion said that this book is a masterful work on boundaries and belonging. Dr Chopra has presented a granular vision of India’s diversity in its cartographic details. His understanding of how imaginary lines make for citizen aspirations is very engaging.

Priced at Rs. 799.00, the book is being made available to the residents of the state at a special price of Rs. 695.00 by arrangement with publishers.