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Power, Presence and Space: South Asian Rituals in Archaeological Context

 
Henry Albery et al (Editor) Archaeology and Religion in South Asia
Synopsis

This book explores these connections in South Asia from the early Common Era until the present day. The essays in the volume examine a wide range of themes, including a genealogy of ideas concerning Vedic rituals in European thought; Buddhist donative rituals of Gandhara and Andhra Pradesh in the early Common Era; land endowments, festivals, and temple establishments in medieval Tamil Nadu and Karnataka; Mughal court rituals of the Mughal Empire; and contemporary ritual complexes on the Nilgiri Plateau. This volume argues for the need to redress a historical neglect in identifying and theorising ritual and religion
in material contexts within archaeology. Further, it challenges existing theoretical and methodological forms of documentation to propose new ways of understanding rituals in history.  This volume will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of South Asian
history, religion, archaeology, and historical geography.

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Bibliographic information

Title Power, Presence and Space: South Asian Rituals in Archaeological Context
Format Hardcover
Date published: 08.02.2021
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Routledge India
Language: English
isbn 0367749408, 9780367749408
length xvii+293p., (63)b/w Illustration., (3)tabs., ind., 24cm.