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History is generally written to highlight emperors or countries or civilizations, but at present, history is slightly differ from the theory of national peoples, world peoples and peoples of a particular religion, a particular section of the population, highlighting the inequalities in their achievements, growth and development. . Based on field research, this article explains the Muslims of Karur Pallappatti and their uniqueness, the history, religion and social status based on field observation and interview evidence.
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