South Indians in Kolkata: history of Kannadigas, Konkanis, Malayalees, Tamilians, Telugus, South Indian dishes, and Tippoo Sultan's heirs in Calcutta
This Book Evaluates The Contributions Of The Kannadigas, Konkanis, Malyalees, Tamilians And Telugus To The Cultural Panorama And Cosmopolitanism Of Calcutta In Its Historical Perspective.
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KANNADIGAS IN KOLKATA
KONKANIS IN KOLKATA
MALAYALEES IN KOLKATA
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