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Hinduism: Not Cast in Caste Seeking an End to Caste-based Discrimination

Executive Summary Caste-based discrimination is a serious human rights issue in the Indian sub-continent. Over 160...

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Manmohan Singh’s Speech at Rajya Sabha - debate after government response to Nanavati Commission report (August 10, 2005)

(2005)

The following is the text of the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh’s intervention in Rajya Sabha yesterday, during the...

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Note on a Jain Inscription at Mathura

Vol.October,
(1905),
pp 635-655

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The Laine Controversy and the Study of Hinduism

Vol.8,
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(2004),
pp 183-201

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Ethical Aspects of the Religion of the Sikhs

Vol.9,
No.2,
(1929),
pp 281-290

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Utopias in Conflict: Religion and Nationalism in Modern India

Vol.113,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 152-153

 Reviewed work(s): Utopias in Conflict: Religion and Nationalism in Modern India by Ainslie T. Embree...

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Fa-ummuhu hawiyah: a note on Surah 101:9

Vol.112,
No.3,
(1992),
pp 485-487

 It is suggested that the phrase fa-ummuhu hawiyah (Surah 101:9), which is usually translated "His mother shall...

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Bimal Krishna Matilal: a review of two of his last works

Vol.112,
No.3,
(1192),
pp 466-469

Reviewed work(s): The Word and the World: India's Contribution to the Study of Language by Bimal Krishna...

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The Eighteenth Century in India: Its Economy and the Role of the Marathas, the Jats, the Sikhs and the Afghans

Vol.114,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 137-138

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Religion, Civil Society and the State: A Study of Sikhism

Vol.120,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 132-133

 Reviewed work(s): Religion, Civil Society and the State: A Study of Sikhism by J. P. S. Uberoi ...

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Roman Inscriptions 1995-2000

Vol.93,
(2003),
pp 212-294

ROMAN INSCRIPTIONS 1995-zooo* By RICHARD GORDONin collaboration with Joyce Reynolds The intention of this survev. as of...

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Ramayana and Political Imagination in India

Vol.52,
No.2,
(1993),
pp 261-297

  Ramayana and Political Imagination in India  SHELDON POLLOCK FROM DECEMBER 1992 THROUGH JANUARY 1993, more...

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Rejecting Sita: Indian Responses to the Ideal Man's Cruel Treatment of His Ideal Wife

Vol.67,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 1-32

J$Q ARTICLES Rejecting Sita: Indian Responses to the Ideal Man's Cruel Treatment of His Ideal Wife* Linda Hess...

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Sallie McFague's "Metaphorical Theology"

Vol.61,
No.3,
(1993),
pp 485-503

Sallie McFague's "Metaphorical Theology" David J. Bromell SALLIE MCFAGUE IS the Professor of Theology...

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Bhakti and Nationalism in the Poetry of Subramania Bharati

Vol.10,
No.2,
(2006),
pp 150-166

Bhakti and Nationalism in the Poetry of Subramania Bharati Christine Mangala Frost Published online: 28 February 2007...

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"First to the Gentiles": A Literary Analysis of Luke 4:16-30

Vol.111,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 73-90

JBLlllN (1992) 73-90 "FIRST TO THE GENTILES": A LITERARY ANALYSIS OF LUKE 4:16-30 JEFFREY S. SIKER Loyola...

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The Silent Body of Audrey Santo

Vol.42,
No.2,
(2002),
pp 116-142

Mathew N. Schmalz THE SILENT BODY OF AUDREY SANTO I. SILENCE Your silence is more eloquent than a thousand words. Your...

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Before Timur Came: Provincialization of the Delhi Sultanate through the Fourteenth Century

Vol.47,
No.3, Between theFlux and Facts of Indian History: Papers in Honor of Dirk Kolff,
(2004),
pp 298-356

    BEFORE TIMUR CAME: PROVINCIALIZATION OF THE DELHI SULTANATE THROUGH THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY BY SIMON DIGBY...

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Dharma in Hinduism

Vol.34,
No.5,
(2006),
pp 479-496

  This essay was originally published as “Dharma im Hinduismus” in Zeitschrift für...

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"One Tree Is Equal to Ten Sons": Hindu Responses to the Problems of Ecology, Population, and Consumption

Vol.65,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 291-332

"One Tree Is Equal to Ten Sons": Hindu Responses to the Problems of Ecology, Population, and Consumption...

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Reconstructing the Sikh Diaspora

Vol.50,
No.1,
(2012),
pp 129-142

The Sikh diaspora, along with the Jewish Diaspora, is perhaps one of the only religious diasporas in the world. The...

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Sallekhanā – the zenith of human life

(2015),
pp 1-4

When death is imminent, the vow of sallekhanā is observed by progressively slenderizing the body and the passions....

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Quotations of Polycarp’s Letter to the Philippians Preserved in Syriac

Vol.27,
(2012),
pp 335-342

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Wedding Textual and Rhetorical Criticism to Understand the Text of 1 Thess 2.7

Vol.80,
(2001),
pp 81-98

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Dalits and the Emancipatory Sikh Religion

(2008)

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Temple Destruction in Pre-Modern India: Part 2

(2001)

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Temple Destruction in Pre-Modern India: Part 1

(2000)

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Muslim Studies of Hinduism? A Reconsideration of Arabic and Persian Translations from Indian Languages

Vol.36,
No.2,
(2003)

Iranian Studies, volume 36, number 2, June 2003Carl W. ErnstMuslim Studies of Hinduism? A Reconsideration of Arabic and...

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The debate within: a Sufi critique of religious law, tasawwuf and politics in Mughal India

Vol.2,
No.2,
(2011),
pp 138-159

South Asian History and CultureVol. 2, No. 2, April 2011, 138–159The debate within: a Sufi critique of religious...

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Who Invented Hinduism?

Vol.41,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 630-659

Click on "Download It" link on the right to download this article   Who Invented Hinduism?DAVID N....

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Hinduism: Not Cast in Caste Seeking an End to Caste-based Discrimination

Executive Summary Caste-based discrimination is a serious human rights issue in the Indian sub-continent. Over 160...

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Manmohan Singh’s Speech at Rajya Sabha - debate after government response to Nanavati Commission report (August 10, 2005)

(2005)

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Note on a Jain Inscription at Mathura

Vol.October,
(1905),
pp 635-655

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The Laine Controversy and the Study of Hinduism

Vol.8,
No.1/3,
(2004),
pp 183-201

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Ethical Aspects of the Religion of the Sikhs

Vol.9,
No.2,
(1929),
pp 281-290

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Utopias in Conflict: Religion and Nationalism in Modern India

Vol.113,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 152-153

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Fa-ummuhu hawiyah: a note on Surah 101:9

Vol.112,
No.3,
(1992),
pp 485-487

 It is suggested that the phrase fa-ummuhu hawiyah (Surah 101:9), which is usually translated "His mother shall...

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Bimal Krishna Matilal: a review of two of his last works

Vol.112,
No.3,
(1192),
pp 466-469

Reviewed work(s): The Word and the World: India's Contribution to the Study of Language by Bimal Krishna...

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The Eighteenth Century in India: Its Economy and the Role of the Marathas, the Jats, the Sikhs and the Afghans

Vol.114,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 137-138

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Religion, Civil Society and the State: A Study of Sikhism

Vol.120,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 132-133

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Hinduism: Not Cast in Caste Seeking an End to Caste-based Discrimination

Executive Summary Caste-based discrimination is a serious human rights issue in the Indian sub-continent. Over 160...

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Manmohan Singh’s Speech at Rajya Sabha - debate after government response to Nanavati Commission report (August 10, 2005)

(2005)

The following is the text of the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh’s intervention in Rajya Sabha yesterday, during the...

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Note on a Jain Inscription at Mathura

Vol.October,
(1905),
pp 635-655

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The Laine Controversy and the Study of Hinduism

Vol.8,
No.1/3,
(2004),
pp 183-201

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Ethical Aspects of the Religion of the Sikhs

Vol.9,
No.2,
(1929),
pp 281-290

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Utopias in Conflict: Religion and Nationalism in Modern India

Vol.113,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 152-153

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Fa-ummuhu hawiyah: a note on Surah 101:9

Vol.112,
No.3,
(1992),
pp 485-487

 It is suggested that the phrase fa-ummuhu hawiyah (Surah 101:9), which is usually translated "His mother shall...

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Bimal Krishna Matilal: a review of two of his last works

Vol.112,
No.3,
(1192),
pp 466-469

Reviewed work(s): The Word and the World: India's Contribution to the Study of Language by Bimal Krishna...

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The Eighteenth Century in India: Its Economy and the Role of the Marathas, the Jats, the Sikhs and the Afghans

Vol.114,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 137-138

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Religion, Civil Society and the State: A Study of Sikhism

Vol.120,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 132-133

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