Gujarat, Part 3

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Popular Prakashan, 2003 - Ethnology - 1597 pages
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This book is one of the most poorly written books I have ever read. The author appears to have a rudimentary knowledge of English. He makes baseless statements, that so obviously made off the cuff with no citations or sources. It becomes difficult to discern what information is accurate and what is made up, thus losing credibility throughout.
The topic is very interesting but it's painful to read such poor written quality. It is not worth reading unless you want to waste your time reading someone's exaggerations and baseless opinions.
 

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The whole book though interesting makes it difficult to read because most of the pages are not scanned properly.

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People of India: Volume XXII : Gujarat/edited by rb Lal, pbsv ...
"As part of this all India project, the ethnographic survey of all communities of Gujarat (286) was taken up in collaboration with local scholars. ...
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