Sadar Vallabhbhai Patel by B. Krishna

Sadar Vallabhbhai Patel by B. Krishna

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Publisher: HarperCollins India
Released: September 9, 2009
Page Count: 565
Language: English
ISBN-10: 817223211X
ISBN-13: 978-8172232115

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