Hindu and Christian in South-East India

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Routledge, Dec 16, 2013 - Social Science - 281 pages
First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 Legacies and Setting
12
2 Company Policies Temples and Changing Attitudes 18001838
40
3 The Results of the Companys Disconnection with Hinduism
64
Tengalais and Vadagalais
82
5 The Character Role and Significance of NonBraham Saivite Maths in Tanjore District
98
6 Aspects of Popular Hinduism
119
7 Brahmans and Christian Conversion
140
Temple Lands and Income Tanjore District
240
Castes denied Entry into Principal Temples Tanjore District c 18811901
241
Peak Attendances at some Religious Festivals Estimates
242
Tanjore and Trichinopoly Religious Communities
244
Brahman Converts
245
Religion by Caste
248
Theosophical Society Members Trichinopoly and Tanjore Districts 18831900
252
Education by Caste Hindus 18881889
258

8 The Depressed Classes and Christianity
153
Continuities and Change
170
10 Hindu Revivalism and Theosophy
189
Conclusion
217
Adhinam Temples Tanjore District c 18411900
232
Trustees of some NonAdhinam Temples Tanjore District
234
Temple Committees
236
Hindu Tract Society Membership 18881889
259
Enrolments in Government and Missionary Colleges Tanjore and Trichinopoly Districts 18811882 to 18931894
260
Select Bibliography
261
Glossary
270
Index
273
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