Lakshadweep

As the islands do not have any aboriginal groups, different views have been postulated by the scholars about the history of habitation on these islands. Archaeological evidence support the existence of human settlement in the region around 1500 BC. The islands have long been known to sailors, as indicated by an anonymous reference from the first c...
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Lakshadweep

[Lok Sabha constituency] Lakshadweep Lok Sabha constituency (formerly Laccadive, Minicoy And Amindivi Islands Lok Sabha constituency) is a Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituency, which covers the entire area of the Union Territory of Lakshadweep in India. This Lok Sabha seat is reserved for Scheduled Tribes. ==Members of Parliament== ==Elec...
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Lakshadweep

Group of 36 coral islands, 10 inhabited, in the Indian Ocean, 320 km/200 mi off the Malabar coast, forming a Union Territory of India; area 32 sq km/12 sq mi; population (2001 est) 60,600. The administrative headquarters are on Kavaratti Island. Products include coir, copra, and fish. There is a tourist resort on Bangarem, an uninha...
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Lakshadweep

Lakshadweep (lukshäd'wēp") , union territory (2001 provisional pop. 60,595), 11 sq mi (28 sq km), SW India, consisting of the Laccadive, Minicoy, and Amindivi islands in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Kerala state. The capital of this group of 36 islands (10 are inhabited) is Ka...
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Lakshadweep

union territory of India. It is a group of some two dozen islands with a total land area of 12 square miles (32 square kilometres) scattered over ... [1 related articles]
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