2 edition of Changing South Asia found in the catalog.
Changing South Asia
European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies (7th 1981 London)
by Asian Research Service for the Centre of South Asian Studies in Hong Kong
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Kenneth Ballhatchet & David Taylor.|
|Contributions||Ballhatchet, Kenneth., Taylor, David, 1945 Mar. 25-, University of London. Centre of South Asian Studies.|
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