They were the Dutch Traders of Dutch West India Company from the Netherlands.
Around 1400. Today, there are around 1800 tigers in the wild in India.
This question has been answered many times in wiki answers. The Dutch East India company established a victualing station in 1652 where Cape Town is situated today.
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Around 1500 Bengal tigers in India at that time. Today, there are 1800-1900.
" Hoe gaat het vandaag?" is the Dutch translation for "How are you doing today?"
It is in the area around Little India.
All around the world, but mostly in India.
Around 1500. Today, there are nearly 1800.
some dutch words that we still use today are cookie waffle and coal.
The Dutch settled in Cape Town because of the ship trade routes around the Cape. This was the main route during the 1600's for the Dutch East Indian Company towards India and the rest of Asia. It was long before the Suez canal existed of course. Therefore there was a need for a halfway station in order to supply ships passing the Cape with fresh supplies. Scurvy was a massive problem and the Cape could supply the sailors with fresh food such as vegetables and meat. The Company chose Jan van Riebeeck for this task of starting a settlement for this purpose. He arrived in what is today Cape Town in 1652.
The Caste System, which is still around today.
This is tough to define. The birth of the corporation dates back to Rome. The first corporation as we know it is the Dutch East India Company founded in 1602. American business started to become what it is today in the later half of the 1800's with the industrial revolution.
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Around 2500. Today, there are around 2300, with aound 1800 of these in India.
Probably around 2000 presently.
Ancient India has a lot of influences today. The stereotypes still remain.
The population of the Bengal tiger is around 2400 in the wild, with around 1500 of these in India.
India Today has 3 Radio stations
The Darley Ship Building Company, so this basically is saying the Darleys' did and they are still around today and the Company too!
Boer, which is Dutch for farmer. This name is still in use today