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    • den Boer, Lucas; Cecil, Elizabeth A. (2020)
      The contributions to this book address a series of ´confrontations`—debates between intellectual communities, the interplay of texts and images, and the intersection of monumental architecture and physical terrain—and ...
    • Teye Bakker, Hans (2019)
      The selected and revised articles in this volume by Hans Bakker deal with Indian culture, religion and history: Hinduism, epigraphy, archaeology, iconography in combination with Sanskrit textual studies. The studies focus ...
    • Larsson, Stefan; af Edholm, Kristoffer (2021)
      This book consists of seven chapters on the subject of poetry and itinerancy within the religious traditions of India, Tibet, and Japan from ancient to modern times. The chapters look, each from a different angle, at how ...
    • Sarbadhikary, Sukanya (2015)
      Hindu devotional traditions have long been recognized for their sacred geographies as well as the sensuous aspects of their devotees’ experiences. Largely overlooked, however, are the subtle links between these religious ...
    • Bisschop, Peter; Yokochi, Yuko (2021)
      Skandapurāṇa V presents a critical edition of Adhyāyas 92-112 from the Skandapurāṇa, with an introduction and annotated English synopsis. The text edited in this volume includes the extensive myth of Viṣṇu’s manifestation ...
    • Taylor, McComas (2021)
      Viṣṇu is a central deity in the Hindu pantheon, especially in his manifestation as the seductive cattle-herding youth, Kṛṣṇa. The purāṇas are sacred texts, which, as the Sanskrit name implies, are collections of narratives ...
    • Dory Heilijgers, Henk W. Bodewitz.; Houben, Jan; van Kooij, Karel (2019)
      The articles by Henk Bodewitz collected in this volume, published between 1969 and 2013, deal with Vedic cosmology and ethics on basis of a systematic philological study of early Vedic texts, from the Ṛgveda to various ...