The Silk Fabric Industry of The Madras Presidency
Mirza Firuz Shah
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Babur II 1881-1920
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The Superintendent, Government Press, Madras
Royal Mughal Ref:
As it was impossible that I should make a special personal visit to all the important central at which the silk-weaving industry is carried on 1 and, further, as the weavers are inclined to view me with suspicion a9being one of the. Gentlemen from England, who have come to copy their designs by machinery," I have had recourse, in the preparation of the present monograph, to the following circular letter addressed to the Collector of each of the 22 districts of the Presidency. In this way, it seemed to mil, I should best arrive at the present condition of the industry, and the views of the weavers thereon.
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