The Problem of Identity: Women in Early Indian Inscriptions

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Oxford University Press, 2001 - History - 194 pages
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Kirit K. Shah has examined hundreds of inscriptions belonging to three centuries before and after Christ to highlight the voices of ancient Indian women. Now, in this work, Shah uses important inscriptional evidence to make a significant contribution to the study of women in early India. It will appeal both to scholars and to students of the history of India, and women's studies in particular.

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CHAPTER II
32
Women with Familial Attributes of Identity
90
CHAPTER IV
122
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Kirit K. Shah is Professor and Head, Department of History, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai.

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