Aspects of culture & society Muslim women in India : WRAG report.

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Published by Women"s Research & Action Group in Mumbai .

Written in English

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  • Muslim women -- India.,
  • Women"s rights -- India.,
  • Muslim women -- India -- Social conditions.

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Other titlesWRAG report, Aspects of culture and society, WRAG district report
ContributionsWomen"s Research and Action Group.
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LC ClassificationsHQ1743 .A77 1997
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Pagination244 p. ;
Number of Pages244
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Open LibraryOL175426M
LC Control Number99959858

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