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Kesavan Veluthat born is an Indian historian specialising in early and medieval south Indian history. He currently serves as a professor in University of Delhi and lives in Rohini, Delhi. Phil from Jawaharlal Nehru University in and doctoral degree from University of Calicut in He started his career as a Kerala government service college teacher in In he moved to the newly formed Mangalore University.

Veluthat retired as Professor and Chairman of the Department of History in and joined the University of Delhi in He is life time member of Indian History Congress. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Kesavan Veluthat in Conversation with Manu Devadevan: History as a Discipline

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Kesavan Veluthat

A poet and historian, Manu V. Devadevan writes poems in Kannada and is a prolific translator as well. A Marxist historian and political theorist, Devadevan specialises in political economy of precolonial South India. Kesavan Veluthat is one of the most important historians of precolonial South India from his generation. He taught at a couple of government colleges before joining the Department of History, Mangalore University, where he taught from to He joined the University of Delhi as Professor of History in , from where he retired in

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