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	Ideas of South Asia. Symbolic Representations and Political Uses

Ideas of South Asia. Symbolic Representations and Political Uses

SAMAJ 10|2014

Blandine Ripert, Aminah Mohammad-Arif (ed.)
South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal,  [2014]

South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal

Ideas of South Asia

Symbolic Representations and Political Uses


edited by
Aminah Mohammad-Arif and Blandine Ripert


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