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Indian and Central Asian Trade Routes and Communication (From Ancient to the Pre Colonial Period)
B.K. Tyagi

Title Indian and Central Asian Trade Routes and Communication (From Ancient to the Pre Colonial Period)
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Author/s B.K. Tyagi
Assistant Professor, Govt. JNS PG College, Shujalpur (M.P.)
Email: bh.tyagi@gmail.com
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Abstract The intensive trade relations between the Far-East and the West and beyond up to the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire, via the overland trade route known as the ‘Silk Road’, the economy of Central Asia linked up with India. The Central Asian traders did not confine their trading activities to the East and West only. They conducted trade with their Indian counterparts via the routes that branched off towards the main Silk Route towards India. As such the development of this overland trade gave an impetus to the process of urbanization as numerous towns skirting the trade routes developed into main trading centres dealing with internal as well as international trade.
Keywords stress; employee attraction; pressure; turnover; retention strategies
JEL Classification A0, T18, C0
Paper Code JCT-O07-BKT
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Web Address www.jctindia.org/october2007/v2i2-1
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Page No. 5-9
Manuscript Received 15-06-2007
Manuscript Revised 19-8-2007
Accepted 10-10-2007
Published 01-11-2007
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