By David Lelyveld
The publication explores the character of Muslim cultural id in 19th century India and the adjustments it underwent via colonial rule. It exhibits how one establishment, The Mohammadan Anglo Oriental university, with its founders and early scholars mediated those alterations in the course of the first 25 years of its life, and advanced tools of adapting to the demanding situations of colonialism and nationalism.
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Nobody knows, he told me, because the government never conducted a follow-up study. Dr. Sharma offered several theories, however. One conjecture holds that local villagers discovered that the flesh-eating turtles were themselves quite tasty. Over time, these villagers decimated the turtle populations through poaching. Another plausible explanation from the missing turtles is that they found their way to Chinese food markets as part of an illegal trade in endangered animals. Sadly, experts realized this danger even before the project’s completion.
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