Baring the right shoulder

nick.allen at nick.allen at
Mon Oct 7 15:29:07 UTC 1996

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>If memory serves me right, Nanditha Krishna's book: The Art and Iconography
>of Vishnu Narayana, explores some of the connections between South India and
>the ancient near east. Undoubtedly, there is a corpus of research literature
>on this subject.  We shouldn't be too surprised if there are similarities
>between the Indus Valley civilization and practices in South India today.
>Amita Sarin
On those similarities see Asko Parpola's recent Deciphering the Indus
Nick Allen

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