Mapping the pāśupata landscape : narrative, place, and the saiva imaginary in early medieval North India
In Mapping the Pāśupata Landscape Elizabeth A. Cecil presents a spatial and material history of the Pāśupata tradition and examines the formation of a Śaiva religious landscape in Early Medieval India. Readership: All interested in the history of Hinduism, and particularly the worship of the god Śiva, in premodern India; scholars of early medieval history and society in South Asia, and those interested in the study of text and material culture.
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