India and the Indian Ocean, 1500-1800

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Bullion for Goods: European and Indian Merchants in the Indian Ocean Trade,

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For the subcontinent, we have case studies of Goa and Surat, premier cities of the western littoral which evolved sophisticated scaffolding for overseas trade. The Surat broker was a key figure in this structure. The Bania broker of Surat is not an unfamiliar figure to specialists and while Pearson's treatment does not add by way of information or interpretation to existing studies, his treatment of the linguistic abilities of the brokers is insightful for it raises larger issues of translatability in cross-cultural situations.

At the same time, it underscores the role of the state as a facilitator of trade at least in Sultanate Gujarat in providing and maintaining integrative functions that were mediated largely through brokers. In contrast to the vibrancy and vitality of Gujarat was the Portuguese state of late seventeenth-century Goa. While demonstrating the obvious decline that Goa underwent, Pearson alerts his readers to the immense treasure trove that the Goa archives represent.

His own analysis points to receding Portuguese participation in overseas trade and their replacement by local Hindu traders, notably the Saraswats. At the same time, there was steady flow outwards of Portuguese traders from Goa to Madras, Surat, and Bombay, thereby providing the basis for the later Portuguese appearance in the private trade of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

A third essay deals with Indians in east Africa and qualifies the somewhat exaggerated picture of a large Indian in the region before the eighteenth century. It would appear that two groups became increasingly visible from the eighteenth century onwards--the ubiquitous Bania and the Canarin, both of whom moved along the axis of European penetration.

The actual processes of interpenetration remain unclear--more research in that phenomenon may yield insights into the actual working of the world system in the eighteenth century. This section also contains an important essay that engages with the world system debate--one that sees Immanuel Wallerstein's formulations as flawed and inconsistent with the actuality on the ground.

It shows that bullion flows into India were not hoarded--they were used--but they did not produce the same enabling conditions for capitalism. The second section deals with issues of defining and discussing the category of "coastal society.

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