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Department of Anthropology

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Publication details for Prof Michael B. Carrithers

Carrithers M. B. (2000). On polytropy or the natural condition of spiritual cosmopolitanism in India the Digambar Jain case. Modern Asian studies 34(4): 831-861.

Author(s) from Durham

Abstract

As Jog Maya remarked to me, there are religions enough for everyone to choose, just like vegetables in the morning bazaar. Gellner 1992:70

The family was in continuous communion with a whole range of business associates, gods and men. Bayly 1983:390.

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Carrithers, M. 1988. `Passions of Nation and Community in the Bahubali Affair',
Modern Asian Studies, vol. 22, part 4, pp. 815±44.
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Notes

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