Modern India is a nation of contrasts. One writer has said: ‘In the middle of the modern city of Bombay one can find side by side an American car (manufactured in India) and a bullock cart (made in the village); within a few miles from the Atomic Energy Reactor at Chembur, aborigines still live in the Stone Age; on the site of modern steel mills women carry mud in baskets on their heads’.
KeywordsCaste System Deccan Plateau Dravidian Language Malabar Coast Hindu Temple
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