Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and Progress of the Religion and Institutions of India: The Vedas: opinions of their authors, and of later Indian writers, in regard to their origin, inspiration, and authority

Williams and Norgate
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Williams and Norgate
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Dec 31, 1861
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276
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Brahmanism
Caste
Hinduism
Indo-Aryans
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