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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

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Gujarat Rajy Pathypustak Mandal was Established in 1969 on 21st October. Since 39 year mandals main target is top quality Textbooks are Published and to Gujarat students they're easily available at Reasonable prices in all over Gujarat.

Through Mandal Std. 1-12 Gujarati Medium textbooks are published. Thereafter in English, Hindi Marathi, Sindhi, Urdu, Sanskrit and Tamil Language also text books are published.Gujarat Pathypustak Mandal Also Known As GSSTB




The land of India and its people originated in the primitive human East South Africa.  Due to the Bhatigal heritage and prosperity of India, many foreigners were attracted to India.  Many species came here.  As a result, elements of almost all castes are found in India.  The Dravidians were considered to be the oldest people in India, but advanced research by ethnographers and linguists has revealed that the Dravidians and six other different peoples also lived here.  ”About them. 

 (1) Negritos (Negro people): Negritos or Negro race (Negroes) are the most ancient inhabitants of India.  Some historians believe that the Negroes or Negroes came to India from Africa via Balochistan.  They were dark in color, 4 to 5 feet tall, and had curly hair on their heads.

 (2) Australoids (Nishad people): These people were from Southeast Asia.  His complexion was dark in color, long and wide head, short stature, flat nose.  The Aryans in India called it 'Nishad'.  The word Nishad was used for the Bhili people.  The Cole and Munda tribes of India, the Khasi people of Assam, the Nicobar and Burmese (present-day Myanmar) tribes have special characteristics.  The contribution of these people in the development of Indian culture and civilization is unique.  He was known for some skills like making pottery, farming, weaving cotton cloth etc.  They had their own religious beliefs.  

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(3) Dravidians: Dravidians are known as the creators of the Indus civilization of Mohenjo-daro and the direct inheritors of the Stone Age culture.  The language and cultural features of the various peoples from the north survived.  From time to time these people were called Dravidians.  The Dravidians understood the worship of Goddess as mother and Parvati as father and Shiva as father.  The tradition of worshiping with Deep, Dhoop and Aarti is believed to have been given by the Dravidians.  Apart from this, nature worship, animal worship etc. are gifts of Dravidians.  The original gods of the Dravidians were accepted by the Aryans and restored as gods of culture.  Over time, Aryan culture spread deeply in the Dravidians under the tremendous influence of the North.  Interracial marital relations also prevailed.  Maternal family practice was prevalent among the Dravidians.  They have made significant contributions to the field of celestial bodies and to various arts such as spinning, weaving, painting, boating and rafting.  After the domination of the Aryans, they moved to South India and settled there.  Today, South India is inhabited by Dravidians who speak languages ​​such as Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.  Early Tamil literature is full of Urmi expressions. 

 (4) Other peoples: Apart from this, there were also Mongoloid, Alpine, Dinaric and Armenoid peoples in India.  Mongoloid: These people came to India from northwest China via Tibet.  He lived in North Assam, Sikkim, Bhutan, East Bengal etc.  Over time, they became 'Indianized'.  The population was yellow, with a flat face, protruding cheeks, and almond-shaped eyes.