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Title: SOCIETY AND ECONOMY OF SOUTH KERALA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KOLLAM 825 1758
Researcher: LIJI K
Guide(s): Dr A PASLITHIL,
Keywords: HISTORICAL ANTECEDENTS OF KOLLAM
MARITIME TRADE RELATIONS OF KOLLAM WITH CHINA
PORTUGUESE AND THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS
SOCIETY AND ECONOMY OF SOUTH KERALA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KOLLAM 825 1758
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS OF KOLLAM DURING THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD
SOCIO ECONOMIC RELATIONS OF KOLLAM WITH THE DUTCH
University: Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit
Completed Date: 21/05/2014
Abstract: The geographical position of Kollam was conducive to become a major newlinemaritime port of South India during the medieval period Kollam had been newlinedeveloping as a major maritime trading centre since 9th century The town Kollam newlineis also called Kurakkeni Kollam There is another Kollam called Pantalayani newlineKollam in northern Kerela Quilon is the anglicized form of Kollam So in the newlinemodern period Kollam is called as Quilon newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/79628
Appears in Departments:Department of history

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