Colonial Panjim: Its Governance, Its People

by Celsa Pinto

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No story on colonial Panjim would be complete without examining the nature of its urban governance, society and economy. A glance at the historiography on Indo-Portuguese history reveals a total absence and negligence of these vital aspects of an urban set-up.


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No story on colonial Panjim would be complete without examining the nature of its urban governance, society and economy. A glance at the historiography on Indo-Portuguese history reveals a total absence and negligence of these vital aspects of an urban set-up.

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ISBN 9781635353723
Category Politics and Current Affairs
Language English
Edition First
Published in 2017
Publisher Goa 1556, Golden Heart Emporium
Condition Brand New
Pages 350
Width 5.5 inches
Height 8.5 inches
Tags Goan Writers , Goans , Politics

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