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

A Centre of Jain Pilgrimage
15
Sraddhatirtha Gaya as Depicted in
31
Rama Temples and Traditions in Tamil Nadu
47
A Review
67
Economic Conditions under Kakatiya Prataparudra
87
Remains of a Medieval Siva Temple at Dahegam
107
Social Work and Buddhism
119
Rise of Monasteries as Centres of Learning in Early
133
Teachings of the Puranas for Educating the Masses
149
The Concept of Vivarta in Sankara and Bhartrhari
171
The Isanasivagurudevapaddhati on Samayacaras
187
SocioPolitical Aspects of Bhakti
209
Some Reflections on Roman Coins from Sri Lanka
243
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