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Monday, November 30, 2009

Sri Aurobindo's use of Bengali Śākta Tantrism to justify political violence

Indian communalism a survey of historical and social-scientific approaches
Author: Peter Heehs Affiliation: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Archives and Research Library,
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South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Volume 20, Issue 1 June 1997 , pages 99 - 113 Subject: South Asian Studies; Formats available: PDF (English) Article Requests: Order Reprints : Request Permissions

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