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Indo-Arab relationship goes back to 3rd millennium BC: Indian Ambassador to Jordan

By Saeb Rawashdeh – Mar 12,2016 – Last updated at Mar 12,2016 AMMAN — The history of Indo-Arab relations goes back to first traders who connected the Indian subcontinent with the Levant and West Asia; these relations were not limited to the exchange of goods, but also encompassed ideas and scientific innovations, according to Indian Ambassador…

By Saeb Rawashdeh – Mar 12,2016 – Last updated at Mar 12,2016 AMMAN — The history of Indo-Arab relations goes back to first traders who connected the Indian subcontinent with the Levant and West Asia; these relations were not limited to the exchange of goods, but also encompassed ideas and scientific innovations, according to Indian Ambassador….repubhubembed{display:none;}

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