Publication detailsCarrithers 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.
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- ISSN/ISBN: 0026-749X, 1469-8099
- Keywords: Polytropy, Indian religions.
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