Hindu and Christian in South-East India

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Psychology Press, 1991 - Poetry - 280 pages
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The Results of the Companys Disconnection with
64
Tengalais
82
The Character Role and Significance of NonBraham
98
Aspects of Popular Hinduism
119
Brahmans and Christian Conversion
140
The Depressed Classes and Christianity
167
Hindu Revivalism and Theosophy
189
Conclusion
217
Temple Committees
225
Temple l ands and lncome Tanjore District
240
Tanjore and Trichinopoly Religious Communities
244
Theosophical Society Memhers Trichinopoly
252
Education hy Caste Hindus 18881889
258
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