The Hindu temples in Southeast Asia: their role in social, economic and political formations

Sahai, Sachchidanand

₹ 3600.00

The present monograph looks at the Khmer temples of Hindu inspiration spread over mainland Southeast Asia both at the level of ideology and praxis, and attempts an integrated account of their symbolical as well as functional aspects. In the selection and regrouping of temples for the present study, the three key words-social, economic and political formations-have been the driving motive.

ISBN 13: 9788173054280

ISBN 10: 8173054282

Year: 2012

Pages etc.: xxiv,368p., (69)figs., (97)b&w pls., abb., app., bibl., ind., 29cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): Fine Arts, Religion

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