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Gujarat and The Sea

 
Lotika Varadarajan (Editor)
Synopsis

What we know now as Gujarat benefited throughout history from its strategic location on the Indian Ocean. The region's interaction with a multiude of lands and peoples across hundreds - indeed, thousands - of years has, with few aberrations, created a society with a broadervision.

It was against this background that Darshak Itihas Nidhi (DIN), a foundation for studies in history, organised at Mandvi, a small coastal town with a long boat-building tradition, a symposium titled 'Gujarat and the Sea' with an emphasis on people and technology.

The present volume compiles selected papers presented on this occasion and aims to open up new areas of research in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, maritime history, architecture, etc.

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About the author

Lotika Varadarajan

Lotika Varadarajan spent her early years in the Northeast, India and pursued her higher studies at the Universities fo Delhi and Bombay, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok and University of Cambridge, UK. Her recent publications include Sewn Boats of Lakshadweep, The Rahmani of Kunhikunhi Malmi of Kavaratti: A Sailing Manual of Lakshadweep and Tradition and Transmission: Current Trends in French Ethnology, the last being jointly edited with the French anthropologist, Denis Chevallier. She is member of the International Committee of the ongoing series of International Seminars on Indo-Portuguese History. She is also aAssociate Member, Academia de Marinha, Section of Maritime History, Lisbon.

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Bibliographic information

Title Gujarat and The Sea
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2011
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788192263908
length xv+653p., Illustrations; Maps; 25cm.