Jaina Religion and Art

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Agam Kala Prakashan, Jan 1, 1994 - Religion - 227 pages
The Book Attempts To Give A Diachronic Account Of Jaina Religion And Art In Ancient Orissa, Which Ranks High Among The Rich Sub-Cultural Zones Of The Indian Sub-Continent. For Reasons Which Defy Rational Explanation Orissa Has Remained For Logn And Still Remains, A Relatively Neglected Area In Hisotircal Researches On Ancient India. In Recent Year A Welcome Awareness Is Seen To Offer A Corrective To This Situation, And The Present Work Is A Modest Attempt Arising Out Of That Awareness.

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Contents

Abbrevaitions
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Historical Geography
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Religious Beliefs of the Early Inhabitants
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