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Chamars 227, coolies 28; 205, dusad 153 hors-castes 120; 248, kallans 170, kallar 122; 129. Koravas 124, pallar 122, paraiyars 80;Parien 80 Parias 53, vaish 228, chine 223 Chinois 164; 253. The term lascar was applied to sailors or military men from the Indian sub-continent employed on European ships from 16th century until the beginning of the 20th century. The roots of the lascars can be traced back on the Western coast of India some hundred years after the advent of Islam.

Portuguese ships continued to employ lascars in large numbers throughout the 16th and 17th centuries. The need for employing the lascars arose because of high rates of sickness and death of European sailors on India-bound ships and their frequent desertions in India, thus leaving the ships short of crew for the return voyages. Brésil 258; 264, c Cafres 35; 80 carême 61; 224 castes 10; 21; 22, 30; 43; 194; 225; 226; 233; 260; castes dans la migration 22. Brahmanes 49; 68; 70; 73; 75; 98; 160; 224; 226; 248; 262; 282. Guadeloupe 11; 12; 192; 194; 195; 269; 272 Changy 195; 196; 201. Marie-Galante 222, martinique 11; 13; 108; 110; 123; 171; 195; 198; 199; 202; 205; 219; 269. Hati 195, trinidad 193; 194; 196; 198; 199, arbres et cultes 85-87 associations 68; 240; 243, b Bible 247; 253. The lascars have shed their sweat and blood in shaping the destiny of many countries in the Indian Ocean and East Africa. As the entire history of the Indian Ocean has been distorted and has been written from an Eurocentric angle, the contributions of the lascars have been either ignored or sidelined.

The term lascar is also used in Reunion and Seychelles to refer to Muslims. Just like Mauritius, which has a coastal place by the name of Pointe des Lascars, Seychelles and Rodrigues also have geographical points known as Anse Lascars and Baie Lascars, respectively.

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