The Indianised culture of north-western Malaya (West Malaysia)
In most works on the Indianisation of South-east Asia, Malaya is briefly discussed with the mention of a few inscriptions and sculptures, cited as evidence for an early Indian cultural influence over the area. This is perhaps due to the fact that until recently, most of the research in this field, was conducted by either French or Dutch scholars. The emphasis was, therefore, given to Indo-China or Indonesia, where the political position was such that these scholars had easy access to...[Show more]
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