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As per them, there were 28 papers, but, 9 had not turned up. Next paper, “Fishing and fisher folks on the Coromandel Coast (fromcolonial period to present): A social history” was presented by Shri Krishan.
At the end, there were 21 papers were presented and thus, it is evident that two were accommodated, but listed earlier. Vineeth Thomas presented a paper on the position of Dalits in the pre-colonial period.
Even earlier, when Arab and Persian traders traded across the Indian Ocean from the seventh-eighth centuries, silver coins had been the trade currency of the Indian Ocean, while usage of copper cash was the norm in Southeast Asia. Filed under: agrarian, agriculture, archaeology, chola, chola ship, cholas, civilization, colonial, colony, commerce, conference, controversy, country, culture, danish, deepak kumar, dutch, economics, goa, greater india, health, historicity, historiography, history, indian ocean, interpretation, K. Ramakrishna Rao, labour, marine archaeology, maritime, marxism, nation-state, nationalism, nationality, NIO, pondicherry, portuguese, puducherry, quanzhou, Ramakrishna Rao, research, researcher, scholar, secession, tax, uncivilized | Tagged: china, chinese, colonial, colonialism, commerce, Danish, Dutch, english, french, health, history, literature, maritime, navy, opium, oversea, poetry, Portuguese, research, science, sea road, silk road, silk route, technology, trade, travel, women | Leave a comment » February 2017 at the Convention-cum-Cultural Centre, Pondicherry University under the UGC – SAP [DRS-II] program.
He asked why should India now import steel fro m China and Korea. On 7th evening, Kanaka Ratnam and Paldurai came to take us [Shri Krshna, Sovon Sanyal, Bijender Singh, Raman Sinha and myself] for dinner.
: “Historia”, the Greek word was borrowed into Classical Latin as historia, meaning ‘investigation, inquiry, research, account, description, written account of past events, writing of history, historical narrative, recorded knowledge of past events, story, narrative’. Red is the color of fire and blood, so it is associated with energy, war, danger, strength, power, determination as well as passion, desire, and love. It enhances human metabolism, increases respiration rate, and raises blood pressure.
In fact, I was asking many students as to how it came, how the T-shirt was designed and so on. The students of the History department have designed, ordered and worn the T-shirts during the seminar.
The function was ended with vote of thanks and National Anthem. Following this, there was an intense drive for acquisition of colonies.
The non- European world, powerless to prevent the onset of this rapacious process, began to experience a decisive and irreversible transformation.
Incidentally, I too wore a red shirt on the first day.