A Catalogue of Vaisnava literature: On Microfilms in the Adyar Library, The Bodleian Library and The American University

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A Catalogue of Vaisnava literature: On Microfilms in the Adyar Library, The Bodleian Library and The American University

The tragic loss of precious, ancient or old copies of writings from India's religious heritage continues into the twenty-first century. A small team of photographers and researches spent a total of eighteen months in India, locating, identifying and photographing numerous hand-printed, papers and palm-leaf manuscripts as well as some printed editions from the Vaisnava traditions.

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A Catalogue of Vaisnava literature: On Microfilms in the Adyar Library, The Bodleian Library and The American University

The tragic loss of precious, ancient or old copies of writings from India’s religious heritage continues into the twenty-first century. A small team of photographers and researches spent a total of eighteen months in India, locating, identifying and photographing numerous hand-printed, papers and palm-leaf manuscripts as well as some printed editions from the Vaisnava traditions.

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American University in Washington, D.C., Professor Emeritus Charles S.J. White (Ph.D. University of Chicago) is professor emeritus of philosophy emeritus of philosophy and religion at the American University. He served as a visiting lecturer and fellow at Oxford University’s Oxford Center for Hindu Studies. For example, he is the author of Sri Hit Harivamsa’s Caurasi Pad and of Ramakrishna’s Americans. He also co-wrote The Religious Quest and Joseph Campbell: The Life and Times of a Mythologist.

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 11 × 12 cm
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Charles S.J. White

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