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Mobilizing India: Women, Music, and Migration between India and Trinidad

by Sanjay Sharma
8 Sep 2007 • Comment (1) • Print
Posted: General Issue [0] | Review
 

ISBN: 0822338424Review of: Tejaswini Niranjana (2006) Mobilizing India: Women, Music, and Migration between India and Trinidad. London: Duke University Press.

Review can be read at anti-babel. (Due to copyright restrictions, this article can only appear on the reviewer’s own website).



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One Response »

  1. It is great review. But it is not whole India whole things. Music is from a part of India as well as women and migration. If we look into migration then In India most of the people migrate from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. If we look women then they migrate from West Bengal of India mostly. Like this music basically from Maharashtra and UP. It is migration situation of music and women from India.

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