Towards a new formation: South Indian society under Vijayanagar rule
Based on inscriptional and archival material, this study seeks to disprove current well-entrenched theories of a static medieval Indian economy and society. One important chapter examines archaeological evidence for maritime trade between the Malabar Coast and China.
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North and South Aicot districts during the sixteenth century
The Vellar valley during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
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