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Muslims in the south have divergent interests based more on trade and commerce. Under a predominantly southern leadership, the Muslims who speak the Tamil language with some borrowed Arabic words seek a social formation based on religion to win a distinct ethnic recognition—distinct from the Tamil ethnic group.
The history of ancient South Indian throws a flash of light on various achievements and events recorded to study the situation and existing condition, the conquests, the treaties and their political stability to control and expand the regions from boundary to boundary. The Sangam Dynasty In ancient times, the region of peninsular India lying to.
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India - India - The Marathas There is no doubt that the single most important power to emerge in the long twilight of the Mughal dynasty was the Maratha confederacy. Initially deriving from the western Deccan, the Marathas were a peasant warrior group that rose to prominence during the rule in that region of the sultans of Bijapur and Ahmadnagar. The most important Maratha warrior clan, the.Sharma, R. S, Material Culture and Social Formations in Ancient India, 1983. 6. Singh, Upinder, A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India from the Stone Age to the 12thThrough an examination of early modern African-European encounters, African Kings and Black Slaves offers a reappraisal of the dominant depiction of these exchanges as being solely mediated through the slave trade and racial difference. By asking in what manner did Europeans and Africans configure sovereignty, polities, and subject status.
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