Studies in goddess cults in Northern India with special reference to the first seven centuries A.D.
The present study grew out of an enquiry into the popular religious practices in North India during the rule of the Imperial Guptas, As our investigation proceeded, some salient aspects of the problem soon became apparent. To start with, since the Gupta period only marked the culmination of cultural trends that had been growing in the two or three centuries preceding it, the attribution of a strict chronological reference for various aspects of the popular religious life during the period was...[Show more]
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