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Religious Thought and Life in India : An Account of the Religions of the Indian Peoples, Based on a Life's Study of Their Literature and on Personal Investigations in Their Own Country Part I. Vedism, Brahmanism, And Hinduism

By Monier-Williams, Monier, Sir

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Title: Religious Thought and Life in India : An Account of the Religions of the Indian Peoples, Based on a Life's Study of Their Literature and on Personal Investigations in Their Own Country Part I. Vedism, Brahmanism, And Hinduism  
Author: Monier-Williams, Monier, Sir
Volume: Part: 1
Language: English
Subject: India -- Religion, Asia, Geography
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1883
Publisher: London; J. Murray

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Monier, Sir 1819-189, M. W. (1883). Religious Thought and Life in India : An Account of the Religions of the Indian Peoples, Based on a Life's Study of Their Literature and on Personal Investigations in Their Own Country Part I. Vedism, Brahmanism, And Hinduism. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.in/


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Subject: India. Army. Cavalry; India. Army; Horses; Horsemanship

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Contributor: Digitized from the holdings of the MSN Live Books ; Princeton Theological Seminary Library

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Later edition has title: Brahmanism and Hinduism

 

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