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1 This is often accompanied by occupational changes from farm to non-farm activities (petty trade, handicraft, transporting, mining, selling of wood, local brewery, etc.) All the Chettiar settlements possess outstanding physical characteristics of urban and land-use planning with their South-North/East-West grid pattern, including water system, and the development of palatial architecture which depict a unique cultural interchange of cultures with influences from all over the world and the combination of the refer to a broad-based rural-to-urban transition involving population, land use, economic activity and culture, or indeed any one of these.
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