1 edition of The cultural heritage of India found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||XXI, 695 S|
|Number of Pages||695|
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This series is a massive collection of the wisdom of India, gathered under the guidance of the Ramakrishna Institute of Culture to promote the study, interpretation, and dissemination of the cultural heritage of India.
Volume I - The Early Phases: Prehistoric, Vedic, and Upanishadic, Jaina and Buddhism/5(2). Excerpt. The preparation of the second edition of The Cultural Heritage of India was taken in hand in June,after the first edition had long been out of print.
According to the new scheme of publication, the different volumes were not only to be revised, but also to be improved by the addition of new articles to make them more comprehensive. This is a massive collection of the wisdom of India, gathered under the guidance of the Ramakrishna Institute of Culture to promote the study, interpretation, and dissemination of the cultural heritage of I The Early Phases: Prehistoric, Vedic, and Upanishadic, Jaina and Buddhism The first volume describes the geographic, ethnic, and linguistic background of Indian culture, and the prehistoric Indus civilization /5(3).
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