New perspectives on Vedic and ancient Indian civilization
World Association of Vedic Studies, 2000 - Hindu civilization - 482 pages
Papers presented at Second Biennial International Conference of the "World Association of Vedic Studies" (WAVES), held in Los Angeles, California, August 7-9, 1998.
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