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 SINGLE-MALE ORIENTED MIGRATION AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE IN HOWRAH, 1874-1947


    Author(s):  INDRAJEET YADAV  
Abstract

Human beings use to migrate from one place to another in search of employment. In colonial period the modern industries were set up in different part of India. In this period the two banks of the river Hooghly near Calcutta and Howrah witnessed the clustering of the jute manufacturing industry. The opportunities of employment and sustenance increased in that region. People from different parts of the country started to move towards the nascent industrial belt of Calcutta- Howrah. The industrial migration in Howrah was characterised with the single-male oriented migration. Especially,


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