Women in Indian Life and Society
Punthi Pustak and Institute of Historical Studies, Jan 1, 1996 - Women - 287 pages
A Collection Of Papers Presented At The Annual Conference Of The Institute Of Historical Studies, Calcutta, Several Years Ago. The General Theme Of Discussion At This Conference Was The Changing Position Of Women In Indian Life And Society.
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Women and Jainism in Ancient India
Alberuni on Indian Women
Condition of Women in Tamil Society
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