South Asia

Some articles on south asia, asia:

List Of Premodern Combat Weapons - Melee Weapons - Hand or Fist Weapons and Fans
... parrying weapon (India) Katar, Suwaiya (कटार) (South Asia) Korean fan, Mubuchae (무부채), tempered birch fan (Korea) Madu, buckhorn parrying stick, Maru (South Asia ...
Spot Blotch (wheat) - Rotations and Crop Management
... In the rice-wheat system of South Asia, little work has been done on the epidemiology of HLB and how management of the rotation crops affects spot blotch and ... The use of oilseed rape in South Asia is common in mixture with wheat or in rotation ... In South Asia, recent work by Hobbs and Giri (1997) indicates that minimum tillage may be the best way to reduce turnaround time from rice to wheat and thus permit the planting ...
Arab History - Arab Diaspora
... Arab traders have long operated in Southeast Asia and along the East Africa's Swahili coast ... Central Asia and Caucasus Further information Arabs in the Caucasus, Emirate of Tbilisi, Emirate of Armenia, and History of Arabs in Afghanistan In 1728, a Russian ... According to the History of Ibn Khaldun, the Arabs that were once in Central Asia have been either killed or have fled the Tatar invasion of the region ...
Turban Tide And Hindoo Invasion - In Asia - In India, Pakistan and Bangladesh - Stereotypes About Religious Membership and Authentic National Identity
... Further information Muslim nationalism in South Asia and Hindu nationalism Stereotypes about religious identification and national identity are ... In South Asia, the two-nation theory is the ideology that the primary identity of Muslims on the Indian subcontinent is their religion, rather than their language or ... the ideology of Pakistan as a Muslim nation-state in South Asia), and the partition of India in 1947 ...
Sheesha (film) - Culture - South Asia - India
... Tobacco is smoked in hookahs in many villages as per traditional customs ... Smoking tobacco-molasses is now becoming popular amongst the youth in India ...

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