Author:Herbert William Emerson

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Herbert William Emerson
(1881–1962)
A public servant in British India, mostly renown as the governor of the Punjab (12 Apr 1933—1 Feb 1934), he was a correspondent of Gandhi, and wrote essays on customs and traditions of India as well as on policy matters.

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