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Oriental Youngmen's Association

The Oriental Youngmen's Association was founded in Japan in 1900 to facilitate the cultivation of friendship among Japanese, Indian, and other Asian students studying in Japan.[1][2] It was an early expression of Pan-Asianism.

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  1. ^ Poomagame Anantharamaiah Narasimha Murthy (1986). India and Japan: dimensions of their relations : historical and political. 
  2. ^ Tilak Raj Sareen (1979). Indian Revolutionary Movement Abroad, 1905-1921. 
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