Empires of the Indus: The Story of a River
The Indus rises in Tibet, flows west across India, and south through Pakistan. For millennia it has been worshipped as a god; for centuries used as a tool of imperial expansion.
Empires of the Indus follows the river upstream and back in time, taking the reader on a voyage through two thousand miles of geography and more than five thousand years of history redolent with contemporary importance.
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Review: Empires of the Indus: The Story of a RiverUser Review - Tazeen - Goodreads
Extremely well written. My personal fav was the chapter about Sheedis. I don't think I have read anything written about Sheedis with so much empathy by any Pakistani writer. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Read full review
Review: Empires of the Indus: The Story of a RiverUser Review - Masen Production - Goodreads
“Got this book as a gift on my 39th Birthday from SOL the production house and read this master piece a year later. Itâ sa superb gift that I have been given. I have now come to know more of Indus ... Read full review