India's Interaction with China, Central and West Asia, Volume 3, Part 2
Basu Kaushik Ray Ranjan And Nayak Pulin (editors), Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy, and Culture
Oxford University Press, 2002 - History - 533 pages
The Essays In This Volume Are Thematically Linked By The Focus On The Historical Exchange Of Ideas And Experience Among The Peoples Of India, China, Central And West Asia. The Contributors Include Distinguished Scholars From A Range Of Disciplines.
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Introduction 19 Introduction
Convergence and Parallelisms between Diverse Cultures 1018
General Features and Areas of Interaction 1944
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