Southern India: Its History, People, Commerce, and Industrial Resources
J. W. Bond, Arnold Wright
Asian Educational Services, 2004 - 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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This Book has covered in detail about the Industrious people of Southern India who were instrumental in establishing Tile factory, Manure Works, Coffee curing works, Timber Industry along the west coast on the shore of Arabian sea in Malabar & Mangalore.
Large areas of land are held with these Industrial houses in the heart of District capital of MANGALURU along the Banks of Nethravati & Gurupura( Phalguni). The British Government in rule has granted large areas of land for Industrial purposes. Now due to change in residential/ commercial / Industrial buildings using RCC/ PCC, these industries are facing closure.