The Two Sources of Indian Asceticism

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1998 - Asceticism - 115 pages
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Contents

The Apastamba Dharmasutra
13
Samnyasa
23
The four asramas as alternatives
29
Conclusions of Part 1
41
The position of the early Upanisads
55
Conclusions of Part II
65
Concluding observations
97
Abbreviations
117
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