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Yoga and the teaching of Krishna: essays on the Indian spiritual traditions, ed. by Priscilla Murray
Ravindra, Ravi (b.1939)
1998, Paperback

each of the selections in the book is influenced by yoga and the teaching of krishna; all of them speak of and are related to the wisdom of the spiritual traditions of india.
Yoga and the teaching of Krishna: essays on the Indian spiritual traditions, ed. by Priscilla Murrey
Ravindra, Ravi
1998, Hardcover

contents: (i) dharma, religion and the wolrdk (ii) yoga and the teaching of krishna (ii) yoga, nature and science (iv) yoga, yajna and time (v) yoga, vedanta and other teachings
Tantric healing, in the Kathmandu Valley: a comparative study of Hindu and Buddhist spiritual healing traditions in...
Dietrich, Angela
1998, Paperback

urban nepalese society
Cultural traditions and idea of secularization
Chandel, Bhuven et al. (ed.)
1998, Paperback
Enlightenment beyond traditions: the complete inner map of spiritual awakening
Kristof, Aziz et al.
1999, Hardcover
Re-organising Indian Sastric traditions (Proceedings of National Seminar)
Tripathi, Radha Vallabh et al (ed.)
1998, Hardcover

the papers presented in this volume were presented in a national seminar organised under the auspices of sanskrit department, dr. hari singh gour university, sagar, vyakarana, nyaya and kavyasastra--these three disciples were taken up for detailed discussion.
A manual of Buddhist historical traditions (Saddhamma-sangaha), tr. into English for the first time by Bimala Churn law, Calcutta, 1841
1999, Hardcover
Indian temple traditions, ed. by Daivajna K.N. Somayaji
Ramachandra Rao, SK
1997, N

a comprehensive and illustrated account of the indian temple in all aspects: architecture, sculpturem, symbolism worship and festivals. it highlights the essential aspects of the temple tradition.
Sisters in solitude: two traditions of Buddhist monastic ethics for women
Tsomo, Karma Lekshe
1997, Hardcover

a comparative analysis of the chinese dharmagupta and the tibetan mulasarvada, bhiksuni pratimoksa sutras.
Sgrub thabs kun btus: A collection of Sadhanas and related texts of the Vajrayana traditions of Tibet, 14 vols (Set)
Jam dbyang blo gter dbang po
2002, Hardcover

reproduced by photomechanical process from sde-dge xlography edition of 1902
From the comic to the comedic: the traditions of comedy of Bhasa and Shakespeare
Gopalakrishnan, Sudha
1993, N
Panini: his work and its traditions, Vol.1: Background and introduction, 2nd rev. & enl. ed
Cardona, George (b.1936)
2004, Hardcover

this revised second edition includes the text of panini\'s astadhyayi with indications of changes that were introduced to the text and a discussion concerning such changes.
Medicinal plants in the traditions of prophet Muhammad(medicinal, aromatic and food plants mentioned in the traditionsof Prophet Muhammad (SAAS)
Farooqi, Mohammed Iqtedar Husain
1998, N

of prophet muhammad (saas)
Music in India: the classical traditions, rev. ed
Wade, Bonnie C
1999, Hardcover
Ananda-tandava of Siva-sadanrttamurti: the development of the concept of Atavallan-Kuttaperumanatikal in the South Indian textual and iconographic traditions, 2nd ed
Zvelebil, Kamil
1998, Hardcover
Living Pre-Rigvedic and early Rigvedic traditions of Himalayas
Kashyap, PC
2000, Hardcover
Myths and deities: some aspects of Hindu iconographic traditions
Satyanarayana Rao, Gangavelli (b.1939)
1993, Hardcover
Rama-Katha in tribal and folk traditions of India: Proceedings of a seminar
Singh, KS (ed.) et al
1993, Paperback
Vedic traditions and rituals
Pruthi, Rajkumar (b.1939) et al. (ed.)
2000, Hardcover
Dance of the peacock: jewellery traditions of India, photography by Bharath Ramamrutham
Bala Krishnan, Usha R
1999, Hardcover
Mughal Painting: an interplay of indigenous and foreign traditions
Srivastava, Ashok Kumar (b.1956)
2000, Hardcover

the present work is based on an extensive and critical study of the original mughal paintings supported by contemporary historical literature and provides fresh perspective for the interpretation and analysis of the painter\'s art under the mughals.
Shamans, mystics and doctors: a psychological inquiry into India and its healing traditions
Kakar, Sudhir
2000, Paperback
Traditions in architecture: Africa, America, Asia and Oceania
Crouch, Dora P et al.
2001, Paperback

this is the first wide ranging, one-volume study to examine the architectural achievements of diverse cultures outside the euro-american tradition.
Vedic foundations of Indian Sastric traditions
Tripathi, Radhavallabh (ed.)
2001, Hardcover

the proceedings of seminar on vedic foundations of indian sastric traditions present in depth studies in the origin of various concepts in nyaya, mimamsa, vyakarana and alankara sastra.
Aesthetics of Agra and Jaipur traditions, translated by Padmaja Punde et al
Haldankar, Shrikrishna (Babanrao)
2001, Hardcover

this is a translation of an original work written in marathi. the author has done a detailed comparative study of these two gayakis which is a first in the history of critical writings on music.
Plant myths and traditions in India, revised and enlarged edition, with a foreword by C. Sivaramamurti, Leiden, 1971
Gupta, Shakti M
2001, Hardcover

the author discusses the forty-five most important trees and plants and describes the myths and customs connected with each.
Ploughshares of gods, Ladakh: land, agriculture and folk traditions, Vol. 1
Koshal, Sanyukta
2001, Hardcover

a detailed and penetrating contemporary study of the region, its environment, agrarian and pastoral life, and associated customs and rituals, flora and fauna and terrain, with perspectives on history and development.
Cutch or, random sketches taken during a residence in one of the northern provinces of Western India interspersed with legends and traditions, London, 1839
Postans, Marianna
2001, Hardcover
Music in India: the classical traditions, rev. edition
Wade, Bonnie C
2001, Paperback

this book focuses on the two traditions of indian classical music: north indian, or hindustani and south indian, or karnatak.
Holy Cow: Beef in Indian Dietary Traditions
Jha, DN
2001, Hardcover

contents: (i) \'animals are verily food\' but yajnavalkya favours beef (ii) the rejection of animal sacrifice: an assertion of the sacredness of the cow? (iii) the later dharmasastric tradition and beyond (iv) the cow in the kali age and memories of beef consumption (v) a paradoxical sin and the paradox of the cow (vi) resume: the elusive \'holy cow\'.