Encyclopaedia INDICA is a monumental work by reputed authors which highlights all aspects of Indian History and Culture. This provides elaborate discussion of science, history, philosophy and religion, art and architecture, rural wonders and urban glories, social, economic and political history starting from Indus Valley Civilization to present time in a logical and chronological order.
Vols. 11-20 are devoted to Vedic Language and Literature, four Vedas, Upanishads, Brahmanas, Aranyakas and Dharmasastras while
vols. 21-35 contain authoritative information on Ramayana, Mahabharata, Gita, Jainism, Buddhism and Puranas.
Vols. 36-50 concentrate on different dynasties after the Greek Invasion on India viz. Mauryas, Guptas, Kushanas, Rajputs and Advent of Isam in India etc.
Vols. 51-70 provide encyclopaedic information on Rajputs, Rise of Marathas and Mughal period till its downfall.
Vols. 71-90 imparts valuable information on Goa, South India, and Major Dynasties of Ancient Orissa, Ancient Bihar, Ancient Gujarat and Ancient Punjab.
Vols. 91-110 are devoted to indepth study of Ancient Ladakh, Ancient Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Ancient and Medieval Rajasthan, Kerala and Malabar. While
Vols. 111-130 focus on indepth study of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Assam.
Vols. 131-150 & 151-170 are on Meghalaya, Marathas, and Rise of British Power in India, Freedom Movement, Freedom Fighters, and Role of various Political Organisations, Indian Renaissance and Princely States in Colonial India.
This encyclopaedic work, covering all Indian States and Union Territories presents the contemporary India and its culture in the light of modern knowledge in its pristine vigour. Thus, it has become both a vertical and a horizontal study and is a unique contribution to the study of the Ancient, Medieval and Contemporary Modern India.