- Pub Date: June 2022
- Author: Zac Sangeeth
- Publisher: Hachette India
- Category: Children's Non-fiction
- Binding Type: Paperback
- ISBN: 9789393701053
- Page extent: 248
- Price: 399
ABOUT THE BOOK
History Made Simple.
History Made Interesting.
- No more having to read long-winded books that make the subject complex and dull! This unique book that gives you a quick and thorough overview of everything important in the past. Focusing on essential and remarkable facts, it distils details into three crisp, bite-sized capsules for each topic. Every paragraph has a key sentence highlighted for easy recall.
- In 101 chapters, ranging from the greatest empires in India, Persia, Mongolia, South-east Asia, China, Africa and South America to legendary families and dynasties, and from outstanding artists, architects, poets, musicians and authors to path-breaking inventors and inventions across the world, it covers major events, personalities, milestones and turning points embracing the history of the world.
- Whether you are a student or a curious history buff, More World History in 3 Points gives you a clear, concise and complete picture of each topic, making it the perfect ready reckoner for quizzes, exams and preparation for competitive tests.
Empires in India, South-east Asia and China
Persian Empires and Mongol Khanates
African and South American Empires
Families and Dynasties
Artists and Architects
Poets, Musicians and Authors
Scientists and Inventions
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The author of World History in 3 Points, Zac Sangeeth is among the world’s youngest ‘historians’ and youngest commissioned non-fiction series authors. A popular public speaker, he has been invited to forums such as the Global Shapers Community of the World Economic Forum; the Youth Forum, Switzerland; and Lead India, USA. He is passionate about discovering fascinating ‘long threads’ in history, connecting the ancient world to our present one. His most appreciated keynote speeches include:
- How India was colonized because of a 5000-year-old muddy road in ancient Assyria
- How women's freedom was undermined for 2,500 years because of Greek democracy
- How the Dark Ages in Europe catalysed a Golden Age in India and China
- How pandemics like the Justinian Plague and Spanish Flu created new world orders