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Portuguese India,

the former Portuguese possessions on the Indian subcontinent. It comprised Dadra and Nagar HaveliDadra and Nagar Haveli
, union territory (2001 provisional pop. 220,451), 188 sq mi (487 sq km), W central India, on the Arabian Sea. Portugal colonized these two inland enclaves in the mid-16th cent. India occupied them in 1954.
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, located inland, and the coastal colonies of GoaGoa
, state (2001 provisional pop. 1,343,998), c.1,430 sq mi (3,700 sq km), W India, on the Malabar coast. A former Portuguese colony and Indian union territory, Goa became a state in 1987. The capital is Panaji (Panjim). The chief products are rice, cashew nuts, and coconuts.
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 and Daman and DiuDaman and Diu
, union territory (2001 provisional pop. 158,059), 50 sq mi (130 sq km), W India, on the Arabian Sea, composed of two former Portuguese colonies seized by India in 1961.
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 (with the capital at Panjim, now Panaji)—all of which were annexed by India in 1961.

Portuguese India

a former Portuguese overseas province on the W coast of India, consisting of Goa, Daman, and Diu: established between 1505 and 1510; annexed by India in 1961
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Interessante ressaltar que a classificacao pardo era mais comum a America Portuguesa do que ao Estado da India, onde o termo classificatorio para o processo de mesticagem era mestico.
However, a far more precise level of mapping was compiled in 1632 for King Philip IV as a result of an order he sent to his administrators in Goa, asking his officials there to record the location of the towns and fortresses of Portuguese India, the Estado da India Oriental.
En dicho trafico, la mayoria de los esclavos provino del Estado da India, el vasto conjunto de posesiones portuguesas establecidas en el siglo XVI primordialmente en las costas del oceano Indico y el Mar de la China, cuyo centro politico era Goa.
Nessa mesma parte, Paes pretende desmontar a ideia veiculada pelos bramanes de que so eles tinham acesso ao colegio da Propaganda Fide, ao tribunal do Santo Oficio, a Secretaria e Chancelaria do Estado da India, ao convento de Santa Monica, um elenco que providencia uma primeira etnografia das exclusoes no Estado da India que tinham por base o "sangue indiano" que nao era de origem bramane.
The third volume, "Men and Merchandise," continues with a detailed examination of economic and social structures; and the fourth, "Europe in Asia," gives particular attention to the neglected history of the Portuguese Estado da India, legacies of the Portuguese imperial presence, and the structures and history of the Dutch East India Company and English East India Company.
Subrahmanyam revisa la opinion de la historiografia tradicional portuguesa sobre la perdida de la plaza de Diu en 1546, entendida como punto de no retorno en la crisis del Estado da India.
Joao Teles da Silva, cavaleiro da Ordem de Cristo, foi Vedor da Fazenda no Estado da India durante o governo de Antonio Luis Goncalves Coutinho, nomeado Conselheiro Ultramarino em agosto de 1707.
Second, the text reveals a very strong sense of the international dimension of politics, which can be found in all the references to the losses recently suffered in the Estado da India, to the benefit of the Dutch and the English.
The Swahili coast became part of the Portuguese Estado da India, or the Indian Ocean state, putting the center of colonial administration for the Swahili coast in western India, not Portugal like most areas of Portuguese influence in Africa.
This book opens with a short preface by Luis Filipe Barreto, a well-known Portuguese historian working on the Estado da India.
Overall, appended with detailed genealogies of the sultanates of Johor and Aceh, two lists of the (Portuguese) official-appointees at Melaka and in Goa/India, maps, a useful glossary and an updated bibliography (one is curious though as to why John Villier's comprehensive treatment The Estado da india in Southeast Asia is not included nor engaged in discussion in the main narrative), Sousa Pinto's work is a valuable addition to the field of the history of Melaka in the early modern period.
Porem que o mesmo justificante foi alfaiate em seu principio e depois passou para o Estado da India.

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