The Steel Boomerang from Southern India

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Illustration

Vijay Pandian
by Unknown
published on 21 February 2022

A photo of Valari, a native hunting weapon, also known as Indian Boomerang used by the ancient warrior clans of the south of the Indian Peninsula also known as Ancient Pandya country. Forged steel. Created in the mid 19th century. Located in Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom.

© Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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Unknown, . (2022, February 21). The Steel Boomerang from Southern India. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/15165/the-steel-boomerang-from-southern-india/

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Unknown, . "The Steel Boomerang from Southern India." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified February 21, 2022. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/15165/the-steel-boomerang-from-southern-india/.

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Unknown, . "The Steel Boomerang from Southern India." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 21 Feb 2022. Web. 09 Feb 2023.

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