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Free read Ocean of Churn ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Much of human history has played itself out along the rim of the Indian Ocean In a first of its kind attempt bestselling author Sanjeev Sanyal tells the history of this significant region which stretches across East Africa the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent to SouNagar; medieval Arab empires and Chinese ‘treasure fleets’; the rivalries of European colonial powers and a new dawnSanjeev explores remote archaeological sites ancient inscriptions maritime trading networks and half forgotten oral histories to make exciting revelations In his inimitable style he draws upon existing and new evidence to challenge well established claims about famous historical characters and the flo. Another brilliant book by Sanjeev Sanyal

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W of history Adventurers merchants explorers monks swashbuckling pirates revolutionaries and warrior princesses populate this colourful and multifaceted narrativeThe Ocean of Churn takes the reader on an amazing journey through medieval geopolitics and eyewitness accounts of long lost cities to the latest genetic discoveries about human origins bringing alive a region that has defined civilization from the very beginni. 255 For the most part it read like a school textbook too much information of dates and names cramped into few pages with urgency More of information than on insightsanalysis Also felt a lack of continuity and depth

Free read Ocean of Churn

Ocean of ChurnMuch of human history has played itself out along the rim of the Indian Ocean In a first of its kind attempt bestselling author Sanjeev Sanyal tells the history of this significant region which stretches across East Africa the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent to South East Asia and Australia He narrates a fascinating tale about the earliest human migrations out of Africa and the great cities of Angkor and Vijaya. I did hope to be impressed which unfortunately I wasn't while reading this one I did hope to find some intensive if not extensive history of the diasporic movement around and across the Indian Ocean what I did get was a uick tour of the region and those beyond it spreading across centuries and civilizations right from the Prehistoric times to the recent pastI did hope to read of those unknown sailors pirates local merchants lascars what I gotwell I did not get what the author had hinted in his first chapter This still appeared to be a narrative from the top not of the subalternsHaving said that if you want to know about the whats and whos without being bogged down by conjectures and analysis or theories then go for this bookOhh and I am definitely going to check out the references from which the author has cited a lot of information in the book