The African Dispersal in the Deccan: From Medieval to Modern Times
This Book Brings Into Focus The Immigration Of Africans Into The Deccan (Including Modern Maharashtra, Karnataka And Andhra Pradesh) A Phenomenon That Has Not Been Examined Before With Emphasis On Their Assimilation And Integration With The Various South Indian Communities As Also Their Contributions In The History Of The Deccan.
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Perceptions of the Deccan
The Nizam Shahi Dynasty
The Siddis of Janjira
The Importation of Arabs and Africans into
The Portuguese and the Slave Trade
The Siddis of Karnataka
Manumitted Slaves and India
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