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India Seen from the East: Indian and Indigenous Cults in Champa

India Seen from the East discusses the processes underlying the adoption of Indian religion and culture in Southeast Asia, focusing on the ancient kingdom or kingdoms of Champa. It has long been recognised by scholars as a vividly perceptive interpretation of the relationship between Indian and indigenous religious institutions in places where Indian culture has spread.

Publication Details
Name of Publisher: Monash University Press
Place of Publication: Caulfield, Vic.
Resource Type: Monograph
ISBN: 9781876924751
Publication Year: 2010
Subject Covered: Philosophy & religion; Anthropology