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Michael W. Meister
Drawing on recent archaeology and scholarship, this book establishes a sequence of temples built between the sixth and tenth centuries in Pakistan's northwest that provide a missing chapter in the evolution and origins of the HIndu temple in South Asia.
Drawing on a large corpus of cross-disciplinary evidence, this book sheds light on the life of the Aurangabad caves and offers new interpretations on the development of Buddhist art and practice in the region, from the diffusion of early rock-cut monasteries to the advent of Mahayana and the ...
Dirk H.A. Kolff
The core of the book consists of superbly-detailed studies of how, on a frontier of colonial India, village leaders, Indian policemen and revenue officials, bankers and judges confronted, survived , or profited from the system imposed upon them in 1793.
Edited by Matthew T. Kapstein and Sam van Schaik
Drawing a wide variety of texts and images from Dunhuang, the six original contributions to this collection advance our understanding of the development of Esoteric Buddhism in late first millennium Tibet and China. Ritual, philosophy, and mortuary practice are among the topics considered.
Edited by Sita Pieris and Ellen M. Raven
Volume Three offers 1643 annotated records on publications regarding the art and archaeology of South Asia, Central Asia and Tibet selected from the ABIA Index database at www.abia.net which were published between 2002 and 2007.
Edited by Marleen Dieleman, Juliette Koning, and Peter Post
By taking regime change as its main theme this book offers a new perspective on the multiple roles that Chinese Indonesians played in terms of shaping, moderating, and stimulating social change in Indonesia.
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