Vol 3 No. 2 (2009)

Journal: Religions of South Asia

Published: Sep 12, 2010

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Section Title Author Published
Editorial Dermot Killingley, Anna King Sep 11, 2010
Full of God: Ashtavakra and Ideas of Justice in Hindu Texts Ruth Vanita Sep 11, 2010
Re-thinking the Guru: Towards a Typology of Forms of Religious Domination in Pre-Colonial Pañjāb James M. Hegarty Sep 11, 2010
‘O Our India!’: Towards a Reassessment of Sir Edwin Arnold Catherine Robinson Sep 11, 2010
Writing in Hindi in Mauritius: Abhimanyu Unnuth’s The Teeth of the Cactus Rashi Rohatgi Sep 11, 2010
Body as Sacred Space in Kaḷaricikitsā of Kerala, South India George Pati Sep 11, 2010
The Contemporary Dowry Problematic: Exploring the Role of the Study of Religion in Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice Tamsin Bradley, Emma Tomalin Sep 11, 2010
Book Reviews
Aghor Medicine: Pollution, Death, and Healing in Northern India, by Ron Barrett. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2008. xxii + 216 pp., £39.95 (hb), £15.95 (pb). ISBN 978-0-520-25218-9 (hb), ISBN 978-0-520-25219-6 (pb). Fabrizio Maria Ferrari Sep 11, 2010
The Blindness of Insight: Essays on Caste in Modern India, by Dilip M. Menon. Pondicherry, Navayana Publications, 2006, 168 pages, $ 25 ISBN: 81 89059 07 6 (Pb). George Pati Sep 11, 2010
Religion, Medicine and the Human Embryo in Tibet, by Frances Garrett. Critical Studies in Buddhism; London and New York: Routledge, 2008. pp. 208, $150.00 (hb). ISBN 978-0- 415-44115-5. Theresia Hofer Sep 11, 2010