African elites in India: Habshi Amarat
The book is not intended to be a complete history of Sub-Saharan Africans in India, or even of elite Africans. Rather, it is a series of snap shots, in the form of essays by specialists in the history numismatics, architecture, and art history of South Asia, and of color and black and white illustrations.
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