Religions and the Status of Women
Uppal Publishing House for William Carey Study and Research Centre, Calcutta, and Joint Women's Programme, Jan 1, 1990 - India - 127 pages
Study, with special reference to India; contributed articles.
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Introduction Religions and the Status of Women
Hinduism and Its Impact on Women
Women Under the Authority of Islam
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