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Cultural Diffusion and Tamil Merchants

தொகுதி 2, வெளியீடு 2 | ஏப்ரல் 2022 - ஜூன் 2022

Prof. P. Shanmugam, University of Madras

Prof. P. Shanmugam is a Retd. Professor from the Dept. of Ancient History and Archaeology, University of Madras.


P, Shanmugam. 2022. “Cultural Diffusion and Tamil Merchants”. Dravida Pozhil – Journal of Dravidian Studies 2 (2):11-26.


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