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The Proceedings of the The 38th annual session of South Indian History Congress was held at Calicut from January 28th to 30th 2018 (2)

The Proceedings of the The 38th annual session of South Indian History Congress was held at Calicut from January 28th to 30th 2018 (2) What is “scientific” history, history writing and historiography? With reference to the speeches of scientific and … Continue reading

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SIHC Salem session 2017 – The Victory Pillars of Rajendra Chola: Missing from Pegu (Myanmar), Kedah (Malaysia) and Mauritius.

SIHC Salem session 2017 – The Victory Pillars of Rajendra Chola: Missing from Pegu (Myanmar), Kedah (Malaysia) and Mauritius. During the 37th session of South Indian History Congress, I presented a paper on “The Victory Pillars of Rajendra Chola: Missing … Continue reading

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