[INDOLOGY] a new paper on social history of Jaina and Brahmanical temples.
Birendra Nath Prasad
birendra176 at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 5 15:22:45 UTC 2021
I am happy to share the joy of the publication of mypaper titled ‘Jaina and Brahmanical Temples and PoliticalProcesses in a Forested Frontier of Early Medieval Southwestern Bengal: A Studyof Purulia’ in Religions of South Asia,Sheffield/ London, Vol. 14, no.3. Thisinternational peer-reviewed journal is edited by Prof. Simon Brodbeck,University of Cardiff, UK.
For more information regarding the paper: https://journal.equinoxpub.com/ROSA/article/view/19327
Dr. Birendra Nath Prasad
Centre for Historical Studies
JNU, New Delhi
Archaeology of Religion in South Asia: Buddhist, Brahmanical and Jaina Religious Centres in Bihar and Bengal, c. AD 600–1200
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In the religious landscape of early medieval (c. AD 600-1200) Bihar and Bengal, poly-religiosity was generally t...
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