"Values and Morality can compensate for an intellectual and talent shortage, but talent and intelligence can never make up for lack of values and morality"
World Economic Geography

Economic Geography is about Development Economics,  Geography of Business Studies, ,and Commerce. This book is a systematic attempt to integrate the latest development with their influence on human activities. This book is essentially a text book, designed for the students at the graduation and post graduation level of various Indian universities.

There are four sections that can be discerned in the book—Economic Development, Resources, Agriculture, Industry and Trade.

It is the first book in India to have topics like-World Economic Development, Agricultural Sytem, Issues of food problem and famine, World Industrial Problems, World Trade Pattern and a comprehensive glossary. The book presents a comprehensive . . . .

Models & Theories in Geography

The subject of Geography developed long ago and many Geographers propounded various ideas and concepts to prove their point of view. This Book "Models in Geography" assembled all the Theories and Models propounded by different geographers at different time and different countries.

The analysis of the theoretical aspects, their present day validity, as well as their applicability forms the basis of this book which is not only essential for all the students studying Geography at Graduation and Post graduation level in Indian Universities but the Book is the book for the  syllabus of the Union Civil Services and State PCS for Preparation for Geography optional.

Contents of the Book

  1. Systems Analysis in Human Geography
  2. Development Theories.
  3. . . . .

Oceanography A Brief Introduction

The Ocean happens to be the last frontier of mankind. The future of mankind depends very much on the oceans, its resources, exploitation and the technologies of its exploitation. 

The Book "Oceanography A Brief Introduction" describes the geophysical, climatic and biological phenomena of the oceans. It stresses the importance of the oceans for mankind and its future. Written clearly and concisely for easy reading and profusely illustrated with many line drawings, the book provides an illuminating and topical insight into the breathtaking world of the oceans.
The book is intended to be a textbook at the graduation and post graduation level of all the Indian Universities. The Book is useful and popular for the oceanography of the syllabus of the Union Civil Services as well as State PCS for Preparation for Geography optional.

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Cities, Urbanization & Urban Systems

The cities, their nature and problems are becoming more novel and still more problematic in their study. Discussions on social and physical systems of urbanisation and the interaction between them in terms of their spatial attributes, including their dimensions, densities, scale relationships, associations and patterns are not easily available in the form of a concrete book. The present book, ‘Cities, Urbanisation and Urban Systems’ is an effort in the direction of bringing out a complete, concrete text book on the aspects of Urban Geography with latest data and analyses. This happens to be the first text book on Urban Geography written by any Indian author.

Cities, Urbanization and Urban Systems  is a text book on the aspects of Urban Geography with latest data and analyses. The book is prepared in such a manner that it offers a one stop solution to all the problems any student is likely to encounter while studying Settlement geography in . . . .

A Modern Dictionary of Geography

A Modern Dictionary of GEOGRAPHY is the only dictionary of Geography prepared by an Indian and the most comprehensive Dictionary on Geography in the world. The Dictionary comprises all the authentic relevant conventional terms of Geography related to Geography and interdisciplinary terms as well. 

In this Dictionary, an enormous amount of new information and new terms have been incorporated in a simplified manner, which is relevant for the present-day study. The terms, which are locally but widespreadly used in India, have been lacking in other dictionaries are also incorporated in this dictionary. The authors have taken special care to incorporate the Indian terms and Indian programmes to their latest development available in government publications.

The authors have particularly taken care to make it in a form of small Encyclopedia, containing terms from Geomorphology, Climatology, Geophysics, Hydrology, Mineralogy, Oceanography, Geology, . . . .

INDIA : Environment and Resources

The book describes the various facets of the Physical Geography of India taking a recent approach. It also aims to integrate the study of Indian Physical Geography and Ecology with an aim to present wider view of how the Himalayas evolved, how the Monsoons work, what the Impact of Monsoons is on Floods and Droughts. It offers a radically new interpretation of Indian Geography – an Ecological Perspective on Resource Management and utilisation, hazards as phenomena or phenomenon as hazards and a nature centric approach and perspective. The book redefines the perception about Indian geography as a complete interdisciplinary subject.

‘INDIA: Environment and Resources’ is a book intended to be a basic text at the Graduation and Post Graduation level for Indian Universities. The Book is also useful for the Indian section (paper 2) of the syllabus of the Union Civil Services and . . . .

Indian Industry

Indian Industry is a novel attempt to look at the Indian Industries not only from the stages of its evolution and development but also incorporating the current dynamic change brought about as a result of New Government Policy. The book looks at the Indian industries with the main emphasis being on spatial rather than sectoral aspects. It is oriented towards study and analysis of the locations and the various aspects associated with it.

The spatial aspects are explained with the help of maps. The texts have incorporated many additional useful information in boxes. The book contains latest data till 2016.

The book is useful for Graduation and Post-graduation level of Geography Subject for all Indian Universities. The book is also useful for UPSC and State PCS for General Studies, Indian Economy and Geography Optional Paper.

Contents of the Book



  1. Evolution of Industrialisation
  2. Indust . . . .

Physical Geography

Physical Geography comprises of Geomorphology, Climatology, and Oceanography. Geography in India seems to be in its 'golden age'. Gobally too, Geography is having a 'nice time'. Thanks to this new "environmental awakening" people must know about environmental hazards, volcanic activity, earthquakes, floods and other day-to-day geographical phenomena that are becoming increasingly important in context to know about our environment.

The basic intention of this book was to provide academic information, with illustrations to help to visualize the concepts in a better manner, add realism to the subject and to neither the interest of the reader.

Of late, the catastrophic events that took place in India like the Latur Earthquake, Orissa cyclone, Uttarkashi landslide, volcanic eruption in Andman Islands, floods, etc. have made such disastrous and long lasting effects on human beings and many hav . . . .

New World : Geography of World and Societies

The book discusses the present world and how it is changing, what are the dimensions of change, and how is that this change can be analysed. The book presents the most contemporary and modern view of the presnt geography of the world. The book consists of all the newly added sections of UPSC examination. This is the first book that has been published keeping in mind the new changes in UPSC and is immensely useful for preparation of Civil services examination.

Contents of the Book



Section-I, Physical Geography of the World 

  1. Geology
  2. Physiography
  3. Climate
  4. Soil 
  5. Vegetation

Section-II, Natural Phenomenon

  1. Earthquake
  2. Volcanic A . . . .

GS Series Disaster Management

'DISASTER MANAGEMENT' covers the essentials of the newly introduced syllabus taking into consideration the requirement and background of the students appearing for civil services. It has been designed keeping in view the difficulties a student may face having little or no in hand knowledge of disasters and their mitigation strategies. Moreover, keeping in view the time constraints a Civil Services aspirant encounters, the book has been rendered a synoptic structure to facilitate easy access and relevant importation. Salient Features of 'DISASTER MANAGEMENT'

  • Exhaustive coverage of the syllabus
  • Basic concept at the beginning of each chapter
  • Coverage of recent disasters and lessons learnt from them
  • Coverage of administrative and community perspectives of disaster management
  • Illustration in the form of diagrams and tables
  • Review questions and model answers at the and
  • Interrelation of topi . . . .