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Department of Art, Culture & Language: An Analysis

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  • Kriti Kapur

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The report gives information about The Art, Culture and Language Department which aims at preservation of cultural heritage of India.

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  • Kriti Kapur, 2010. "Department of Art, Culture & Language: An Analysis," Working Papers id:2805, eSocialSciences.
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    heritage; natural; created; culture; family; community;

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