Rays and Ways of Indian Culture

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D. P. Dubey
M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd., 1996 - India - 273 pages
Centred around culture this book deals with a diversity of subjects related to religion, social and economic history, epigraphy, art, architecture, plants and herbs, Roman, coins and Greek Myths, questions of national integration, social justice, untouchability and orthodoxy and the heated issue of Ayodhya.
 

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Contents

Pilgrim Promiscuity and Protest
1
A Centre of Jain Pilgrimage
15
The Time Honoured Centre of Pilgrimage
23
Śrāddhatirtha Gayā as Depicted in
31
Distorted History and Rāmas Ayodhyā
39
Rāma Temples and Traditions in Tamil Nadu
47
Pilgrimage Centres and Tradition in Nepal
57
A Review
67
Social Work and Buddhism
119
A Perspective
125
Historical India
133
Wandering Monks of an Obsolete Religious System
139
Teachings of the Purānas for Educating the Masses
149
The Concept of Vivarta in Sankara and Bharthari
171
Brāhmanical Trio in the Trsastiśalākāpuruşacaritra
183
Ritualistic Significance of Plants Associated with
193

Om Prakash he cond theirnia Renditionesa
77
Economic Conditions under Kākatīya Pratāparudra
87
Industrial Development in Madhya Pradesh from
93
Sambhal CopperPlate of Nāgahaața IÍ
99
Remains of a Medieval Śiva Temple at Dahegam
107
SocioPolitical Aspects of Bhakti
209
Nature of Peasant Dependence
217
Some Reflections on Roman Coins from Sri Lanka
243
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