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This book provides some great information concerning the historical events in India and the development of this country on its way to independence. It also shows some information about the East India Company and its role in the development and progress that took place in India. Moreover, in this book you will find not only facts but also detailed explanation and profound analysis of the processes that were happening in India. The book is definitely recommended for everyone who is interested in the history of this wonderful country.
The volume includes a series of lectures by one of the most popular spokesmen for liberal Christianity, Harry Emerson Fosdick (1878- 1969), an American clergyman, a master preacher, liberal thinker and author of 47 books. Christianity and Progress touches upon the idea of progress, the need for religion, the Gospel and social progress, progressive Christianity, the perils of progress and question of progress and God.
India’s length from Cashmir to Cape Comorin is about 1,900 English miles; and its breadth from the mouth of the Indus to the mountains to the East of the Baramputra river is considerably more than 1,500 English miles. It is crossed from east to west by a chain of mountains. Guzerat and Bengal are concerned by the natives as being included neither in Hindustan nor the Declcan; they differ greatly from each other, but each is like the part of Hindustan which is nearest to it. Its population is about 140,500,000. This is a great book on history that contains British point of view of the Empire.