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by K. Ishwaran

eBook Change and Continuity in India's Villages (Southern Asian Institute series) ePub
Author: K. Ishwaran
Language: English
ISBN: 0231033230
ISBN13: 978-0231033237
Publisher: Columbia University Press; 1st edition edition (October 1, 1970)
Pages: 308
Category: Anthropology
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.6
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