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1) NCERT class 8 : geography textbook
social science : Resources and development

2) NCERT class 9 : geography textbook
Social science : Contemporary India -1

3) NCERT class 10 : geography textbook
Social science : Contemporary India -2

4) Certificate physical and human geography : Goh Cheng Long


1) The constitution of India : P.M Baksh

2) Indian polity : M.Laxmikanth


1) class 11 : An introduction to Indian Art Part 1

Ncert old editions I. E printed before 2005(useful for civil service and SSC exams )
2) Ancient India -class 11
3) modern India -class 12

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