A local university inspired by the Nehruvian example, offering a range of academic disciplines, established in the early 1970's
Historiography, Philosophy of History, Movement and Migration, Slavery, The British Empire, Metaphysics and Religion, Indian Mutiny, Art and Architecture, etc.
West Asia particularly the Persian Gulf Region with special emphasis on movement, migration and diaspora of Indians during the British times.
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