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Title   Aryan Avatars : From Prehistoric Nomads to Settlers in the Pacific 

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Author   SUKHDEO Mahendra  ISBN   9789820109483  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   University of the South Pacific Press  Group   New Zealand View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Pacific  Terms and conditions
Edition   2 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2016 
Subject   Pacific Art and Crafts 
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Synopsis The 2nd edition of the Aryan Avatars has been revised and corrected from the 1st edition.

Unveiling shreds of genealogy and discovering the roots are a recurrent dream of every descendant whose inheritance is linked to the gravy train of slavery, convictism, indentured labour,boat people and asylum-seekers.

This book is a graphic account of rural Indian peasants who left their rustic homeland in search of their El Dorado in distant colonial outposts. Interwoven with reflections in his Aryan roots and his animated days in Bombay (now Mumbai), the author describes his quintessential journey in 1961 to his ancestral village near Nepal-India border.

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