Southern India: Its History, People, Commerce, and Industrial Resources
Asian Educational Services, 1914 - India - 766 pages
(Reprint 1914 edn.): Numerous illust. - Its people , commerce and natural resources (20th Century Impression Series) compiled by Somerset Playne, assisted by E.W. Bond, edited by Arnold Wright.
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