History of Goa with Special Reference to its Feudal Features

@article{Bhat2013HistoryOG,
  title={History of Goa with Special Reference to its Feudal Features},
  author={N. Shyam Bhat and Nagendra Rao},
  journal={Indian Historical Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={40},
  pages={249 - 266}
}
This article deals with some aspects of the history of Goa from the fifth century AD to the early eleventh century in a larger historical perspective. It is a novel attempt to examine the issue of feudalism in Goa. During this period Goa was part of one or the other larger kingdoms of the Deccan and it existed as a feudatory political entity. It was a region that was much sought after due to its geopolitical and commercial importance. The various inscriptions issued by the Bhojas, Konkan… 
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