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Where is pearl fishing well developed in India?
Off the Bengal Coast
Off Kerala Coast
Off the Coast of Rameshwaram
None of the above
Off the Vishakhapatnam Coast
The Pearl Fishery Coast refers to a coastal area of southern India, extending along the Coromandel Coast from Tuticorin to Comorin ruled by Paravars. The coast took its name from the presence of pearls on the coast, and the numerous fisheries that operated to exploit them.
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