Amar Chitra Katha: Megasthenes by Anant Pai

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Pliny. Strabo and Arrian have quoted from the work. Barring the few instances where Megasthenes had to rely on hearsay. his account of India is highly valued for its accuracy and authenticity. This story of Megasthenes is adapted from his own account of the India of his times. and the sequence of events in our narration has been modified for coherence and lucidity while maintaining the accuracy of historical records . Editor: Anant Pai Script: Shubha Khandekar Illustrations: Souren Roy Cover: Ramesh Umrotkar Related Titles Fa Hien • Hiuen Tsang.

He put down his observations in four vikunes entitled 'Indica'. 'Indica' in its original form has now been lost. but some later writers like Diodorus. Pliny. Strabo and Arrian have quoted from the work. Barring the few instances where Megasthenes had to rely on hearsay. his account of India is highly valued for its accuracy and authenticity. This story of Megasthenes is adapted from his own account of the India of his times. and the sequence of events in our narration has been modified for coherence and lucidity while maintaining the accuracy of historical records .

He put down his observations in four vikunes entitled 'Indica'. 'Indica' in its original form has now been lost. but some later writers like Diodorus. Pliny. Strabo and Arrian have quoted from the work. Barring the few instances where Megasthenes had to rely on hearsay. his account of India is highly valued for its accuracy and authenticity. This story of Megasthenes is adapted from his own account of the India of his times. and the sequence of events in our narration has been modified for coherence and lucidity while maintaining the accuracy of historical records .

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