World Geography provides a coherent and organized geography of the world as we now know it-where we are. It studies how people are distributed over the earth, how they make their living from it, and how they transform it.
Various geographical regions of the world have been discussed in eighteen chapters with detailed text on individual nations within each of these regions. Written in a logical, cogent and convincing style, the principles of brevity and clarity have been followed all through the book. Combining informative text with a wealth of latest data, maps and illustrations, this attempt offers a comprehensive coverage of almost all the countries of the world in a single volume. It is hoped that this compact, yet wide-ranging, account will be of immense help to the students and teachers alike.