Practical handbooks, Humanities

Practical Handbooks

Handbooks and manuals providing specific instructions or clear directions to do, to make, to operate, to learn, to do specialised jobs are known as practical handbooks. They are also known as instruction manuals. They are again categorized in different groups as:

  1. Family Health, First Aid Handbooks 
  2. Home Maintenance Handbooks 
  3. Etiquette and Manners Handbooks 
  4. Cooking Recipes Handbooks 
  5. Recreation, Handicrafts and Hobbies Handbooks 
  6. Self-taught and Learn Yourself Handbooks 
  7. Equipments and Appliances Handbooks 

There are many practical handbooks of various categories already available in the market and many more are added every year.

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