Peter van der Veer


[2022a] “Afterword: Reflections on nationalism“. In I. Ahmad and J. Kang (eds.) The Nation Form in the Global Age: Ethnographic Perspectives. Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 349-359.

[2022b] (with Irfan Ahmad) “Muslim bare life in contemporary India“. In I. Ahmad and J. Kang (eds.) The Nation Form in the Global Age: Ethnographic Perspectives. Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 127-152.

[2022c] “Indian and Chinese global networks”. In R. Gowricharn (ed.), New perspectives on the Indian diaspora. London: Taylor & Francis, Imprint: Routledge India, pp. 17-26.

[2022d] “Secularism in Asia”. In P. Bourdeaux, E. Dufourmont, A. Laliberté, & R. Madinier (eds.), Asia and the secular: Francophone perspectives in a global age. Berlin: De Gruyter.

[2021a] “German refugees and refugees in Germany”. In B. Meyer and P. van der Veer (eds.) Refugees and religion: Ethnographic studies of global trajectories. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 34-47.

[2021b] “Introduction: Refugees and religion”. In B. Meyer and P. van der Veer (eds.) Refugees and religion: Ethnographic studies of global trajectories. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 1-11.

[2021c] (with Vincent Goossaert) “Introduction”. Archives de sciences sociales des religions, 193, 11-24.

[2021d] “Minority rights and Hindu nationalism in India”. Asian Journal of Law and Society.

[2021e] “What transcends the nation?”. Asian Ethnology,  80(1).

[2021f]  “The comparative advantage of cultural anthropology”. In M. Adams, & M. Van Hoecke (eds.) Comparative methods in law, humanities and social sciences. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 121-134.

[2019a] (with Kenneth Dean)  “Introduction”. In P. van der Veer and K. Dean (eds.) The secular in South, East, and Southeast Asia. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-12.

[2019b] “The secular in India and China”. In P. van der Veer and K. Dean (eds.) The Secular in South, East, and Southeast Asia. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 37-50.

[2018a] “Planetary or Cosmic? Reflections on the Urban and the Religious in Asia” In: T. Bunnell and D.P.S. Goh (eds.) Urban Asias. Essays on Futurity Past and Present. Berlin: JOVIS Verlag, pp. 277-287.

[2018b] “Vanishing worlds”. Anthropology of this century, October 2018(23).

[2017a] “Urban planning and secular Atheism in Shanghai, Beijing, and Singapore” In: D. Garbin and A. Strhan (eds.) Religion and the Global City. London, New York: Bloomsbury Academic, eBook.

[2017b] “Spirituality: East and West”. In E. Schenini, On the Paths of Enlightenment. The Myth of India in Western Culture 1808-2017. Milano: Skira, pp. 30-39.

[2017c]  “Resisting general models: Response to comments on van der Veer, Peter. 2016. The value of comparison. Durham, NC: Duke University Press”. Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 7(1), 533-536.

[2016] (with Daniel Goh) “Editors’ introduction”. The sacred and the urban in Asia. Special issue of International Sociology 31 (4), 367-374.

[2016] “The Future of Utopia.” History and Anthropology 27 (3), 251-261. With responses by Arjun Appadurai, Michael Herzfeld, and Nile Green. 

[2016] “The Construction of World Buddhism” In Nayanjot Lahiri & Upinder Singh (eds) Buddhism in Asia: Revival and Reinvention. New Dehli, Manohar, pp. 387-396.

[2016] “Is confucianism secular?” In: Akeel Bilgrami (ed) Beyond the Secular West. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 117-134

[2016] “Introduction.” Prayer and Politics. Special issue of Journal of Religious and Political Practice 2 (1), 1-5.

[2015] “Nation, Politics, Religion.” Journal of Religious and Political Practice, Vol. 1 No. 1, 7-21.

[2015] “Religion since 1750.” In: John McNeill and Kenneth Pomeranz (eds), Production, Destruction, and Connection, 1750-Present. Part 2: Shared Transformations? The Cambridge World History, Vol. VII, pp. 160-180. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

[2015] (with Tam Ngo and Dan SmyerYu) “Religion and peace in Asia.” In: Scott Appleby, David Little, and Atalia Omer (eds) The Oxford Handbook on Religion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding. Oxford University Press.

[2015] “Religions of India.” In: James D. Wright (ed), The International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences vol 2, 2nd edition, pp. 373-376. Oxford: Elsevier.

[2015] “Spirit.” In S. Brent Plate (ed), Key Terms in Material Religion, pp. 231-236. London: Bloomsbury Academic. 

[2015] “Introduction to the Modern Spirit of Asia”, Cultural Diversity in China. ISSN (Online) 2353-7795, ISSN (Print) 2353-995X,

[2014] “The Bitter Pleasures of Tea and Opium”, Cultural Diversity in China. ISSN (Online) 2353-7795.

[2013a] “Urban Aspirations in Mumbai and Singapore”. In: Topographies of Faith: Religion in Urban Spaces, edited by Irene Becci, Marian Burchardt and José Casanova. Leiden: Brill, pp. 61-71.

[2013b] “Nationalism and Religion”. In: The Oxford Handbook of the History of Nationalism, edited by John Breuilly. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 655-671.

[2013c] “Mission Statement Responses.” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, No.33,2, 2013, pp.156-158.

[2012a] “Smash Temples, Burn Books.” The World Religious Cultures (a journal of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), No.73, Spring 2012, pp.17-26. Introduction in Chinese by Dr. Dan Smyer Yu (MPI).

[2012b] “Spirituality in Modern Society” [现代社会中的灵性], Northwestern Journal of Ethnology, No.75, Spring 2012, pp.115-124. Translation editor: Dan Smyer Yu; Translator: Liang Yan. 

[2012c] “Religion, Secularism and National Development in India and China.” Third World Quarterly 33, 4, 719-732.

[2012d] “Market and money: a critique of rational choice theory”, Social Compass 59:2, 2012, pp. 183-192.

[2012e] “Culture and religion”, in M. R. Cobb, C. M. Puchlaski, & B. Rumbold (eds.), Oxford textbook of spirituality in healthcare. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Pr, pp. 169-176. 

[2011a] “Secularisering”, in Paul Schnabel and Peter Giesen (eds.) Wat iedereen moet weten van de menswetenschappen: de Gammacanon. Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 198-202.

[2011b] “Spirit”,  in Material Religion: The Journal of Objects, Art and Belief 7, 1, 124–130.

[2011c] “Smash Temples, Burn Books: Comparing secularist projects in India and China”, in: Craig Calhoun, Mark Juergensmeyer and Jonathan VanAntwerpen (eds.), Rethinking Secularism. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 270-281.

[2011d] “包容多样:以比较促进宗教间和谐” (Compassion as a Way of Enhancing Harmony), in 中国民族报 宗教周刊论坛 (Weekly Forum on Religion, China Minzu News), 6, October 25, 2011.

[2011e] “Religion and Education in a Secular Age: A Comparative Perspective”, in Religion, Education, and Politics in Modern China 33, 235-245.

[2011f] “Introduction” Encounters, No. 4, pp. 9-15.

[2010a] “Body and Mind in Qi Gong and Yoga. A Comparative Perspective on India and China”, in Eranos Yearbook 69,  128-141.

[2010b] “Spirituality: East and West”, in Eranos Yearbook 69,  45-61.

[2010c] “The value of comparison”, in The Newsletter 54 (Summer 2010), 19.

[2010d] “The Visible and the Invisible in South Asia”, in Meerten B. ter Borg, and Jan Willem van Henten (eds) Powers. Religion as a Social and Spiritual Force. New York: Fordham University Press, 103-115.

[2010e] “Religions in India and China today”, in Eliezer Ben-Rafael and Yitzhak Sternberg (eds.) World Religions and Multiculturalism. Leiden: Brill, 257-276.

[2010f] “Nationalism and Christianity”, in Daniel Patte (ed)  The Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 855-856.

[2009a] “The religious origins of democracy” in Gabriel Motzkin and Yochi Fischer (eds) Religion and Democracy in Contemporary Europe. Gießen (Lahn) : VVB Laufersweiler Verlag, 75-82

[2009b] “The comparative sociology of India and China”, Social Anthropology 17(1), 90-108.

[2009c] “Pain and Power. Reflections on Ascetic Agency”, in H.L. Seneviratne (ed) The Anthropologist and the Native. Essays for Gananath Obeyesekere. Florence: Studio Editoriale Fiorentino, 201-216.

[2009d] “Global Breathing. Religious Utopias in India and China”, in Thomas J. Csordas (ed) Transnational Transcendence; Essays on Religion and Globalization. Berkeley: University of California Press, 263-279.

[2009e] “Spirituality in Modern Society”. Social Research 76 :4, 1097-1120.

[2008a] “Spirituality in Modern Society”, in Hent de Vries (ed) Religion: Beyond a Concept. New York: Fordham University Press, 789-798.

[2008b] “Embodiment, Materiality, and Power”, Comparative studies in Society and History, 50(3): 809-818.

[2008c] “Does Sanskrit Knowledge exist?” Journal of Indian Philosophy 36: 633-641.

[2008d] “Virtual India: Indian IT Labour and the Nation –State”, in Ashwani Saith, M. Vijayabaskar and V. Gayathri (eds) ICTs and Indian social change : diffusion, poverty, governance. Los Angeles: Sage, 369-383.

[2007a] “Global Breathing; Religious Utopias in India and China”, Journal of Anthropological Research, 7, 3: 315-328.

[2007b] “The Imperial Encounter with Asian Religions”, Radical History Review, 253-261.

[2007c] “Contesting Traditions; Religion and Violence in South Asia”, in Monique Skidmore and Patricia Lawrence (ed) Women and the Contested State. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 7-25.

[2006a] “Pim Fortuyn, Theo van Gogh, and the Politics of Tolerance in the Netherlands”, Public Culture, 111-125 (also published in Hent de Vries and Lawrence Sullivan, Political Theologies. New York: Fordham University Press 2007).

[2006b] “Conversion and Coercion: The Politics of Sincerity and Authenticity”, in Jan Bremmer, Wout van Bekkum and Arie Molendijk (eds), Cultures of Conversion. Leuven: Peeters, 1-15.

[2006c] “The Secularity of the State”, in Masaaki Kimura and Akio Tanabe (eds) The State in India. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 257-270.

[2005a] “Afterword: Global Conversions” in Jamie S. Scott and Gareth Griffiths (ed) Mixed Messages. Materiality, Textuality, Missions. New York: Palgrave,221-233.

[2005b] “Religion, Nation, and the Public Sphere” in Gerrit Steunebrink and Evert van der Zweede (ed) Civil Society, Religion, and the Nation. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 243-259.

[2005c] “Indian IT Labor and the Nation-State”, in Thomas Blom Hansen and Finn Stepputat, Sovereign Bodies, Citizens, Migrants, and States in the Postcolonial World. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 267-291.

[2004a] “Introduction” and “War propaganda and the liberal public sphere”, in van der Veer and Munshi (eds) Media, War, and Terrorism, London: Routledge/Curzon, 1-21.

[2004b] “Cosmopolitan Options”, In Jonathan Friedman & Shalini Randeria Worlds on the Move, Globalization, Migration and Cultural Security. London: I.B. Tauris, 167-179.

[2004c] “Secrecy and Publicity in the South Asian Public Arena”, in Armando Salvatore and Dale Eickelman (eds) Public Islam and the Common Good. Leiden: Brill, 29-53.

[2004d] “South Asian Islam in Britain”, Ethnicities, 136-142

[2004e] Comment, Current Anthropology, 45, 2, 180.

[2003] “Religious Radicalism in South Asia”, South Asian Journal, 1-6.

[2002a] The Victims Tale: Memory and Forgetting in the Story of Violence” in Thomas Scheffler, ed. Religion between Violence and Reconciliation. Beirut/Stuttgart: Orient Institut/Franz Steiner, 229-242.

[2002b] “Colonial Cosmopolitanism” , Robin Cohen and Steve Vertovec (eds), Conceiving Cosmopolitanism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 165-180.

[2002c] “Religion in South Asia”, Annual Review of Anthropology, volume 31, 173-187

[2002d] “Cosmopolitan Options” Etnografica VI, 6.

[2002e] “Transnational religion: Hindu and Muslim Movements”, Global Networks, 2, 2, 95-111.

[2001a] “Nederland bestaat niet meer”, in Dick Douwes, red., Naar een Europese Islam?. Amsterdam: Mets & Schilt: 117-135.

[2001b] “Religions of India” and “Communalism” in Encyclopaedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.

[2001c.] “Nationalism in India and Global Fundamentalism”, in A.K. Bagchi, ed., Identity, Locality and Globalization; Experiences of India and Indonesia”. Delhi: Indian Council of Social Science Research, 2001: 155-181.

[2001d] “Nederland en de Islam”, Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift 28, 4: 513-525.

[2000] Religious Nationalism in India and Global Fundamentalism”, in John Guidry, Michael Kennedy, and Mayer Zald (eds.) Globalization of Social Movements, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 315-339.

[1999a] (with Hartmut Lehmann) “Introduction”, in Peter van der Veer and Hartmut Lehmann (eds) Nation and Religion, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 3-15.

[1999b] “The Moral State. Religion, Nation, and Empire in Victorian Britain and British India, in Peter van der Veer and Hartmut Lehmann (eds), Nation and Religion, 15-44.

[1999c] “Religious Mediation” in Media and Social Perception, Rodriguez Larreta, E. and Candido Mendes (eds). Rio de Janeiro: UNESCO.ISSC.EDUCAM, 345-356.

[1999d] “Hindus: a superior race”, Nations and Nationalism 5, 3, 419-30.

[1999e] “Monumental Texts etc. in Daud Ali, Invoking the Past, Delhi: Oxford University Press.

[1999f] “Monumental Texts: The Critical Edition of India’s National Heritage. The Resources of History. edited by Jackie Assayag. Institut francais de Pondichery, Paris-Pondichery 8, 113-127.

[1999g] “Political religion in the Twenty-First century”: in T.V. Paul and John A. Hall (eds) International Order and the Future of World Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 311-328.

[1998a] “Globalisering en de transnationale samenleving” in Anne Gevers, Uit de Zevende. Amsterdam: Spinhuis, 271-276.

[1998b] “The Globalization of Modernity”, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, 41, 3, 285-295.

[1998c] “Religion, Secularity and Tolerance” in India and Europe, Eastern Anthropologist, vol 50: 3-4, 381-395.

[1998d] “Cultural Politics and the State”, Cultural Dynamics, 10, 3, 281-287.

[1998e] “Fundamentalism and the Secular State”, Contributions to Indian Sociology, 32, 2, 551-557.

[1997a] “l’État moral: religion, nation et Empire dans la Grande-Bretagne Victorienne et l’Inde brittanique”, Geneses, 26: 77-103.

[1997b] “The Victim’s Tale”, in: Hent de Vries and Samuel Weber (eds). Violence, Identity, and Self-determination. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

[1997c] “The Enigma of Arrival: Hybridity and Authenticity in the Global Space’, in: Pnina Werbner and Tariq Modood (eds). Debating Cultural Hybridity. London: Zed Press, 90-106.

[1996a] “Riots and Rituals: The Construction of Violence and Public Space in Hindu Nationalism”, in Paul R. Brass (ed) Riots and Pogroms. New York/London: Macmillan Press, 154-176.

[1996b] “Gender and Nation in Hindu Nationalism”, in: Stein Tonnesson and Hans Antlöv (eds). Asian Forms of the Nation. Richmond: Curzon Press, 131-150.

[1996c] “The Ruined Center: Religion and Mass Politics in India”, Journal of International Affairs, 50, 1: 254-277.

[1996d] “Religion”, in: Alan Barnard and Jonathan Spencer (eds). Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology. London and New York: Routledge, 482-486.

[1996e] “Writing Violence”, David Ludden (ed). Contesting the Nation. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 250-269.

[1996f] “Introduction”, in: Peter van der Veer (ed). Conversion to Modernities. New York: Routledge, 1-23.

[1995a] “The Diasporic Imagination”, in: Peter van der Veer (ed). Nation and Migration. Philadel-phia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1-16.

[1995b] “Proceedings Summer School 1994. Popular Culture. Africa, Asia & Europe”, in: Jos van der Klei (ed.) Popular Culture. Utrecht: Ceres, 79-80.

[1995c] “Radical Hinduism and Modernity”, in: The Limits of Pluralism. Proceedings of the Erasmus Ascension Conference, 83-93.

[1995d] “The Modernity of Religion”. Social History, 20, 3: 365-371. 

[1995e] “The Secular Production of Religion”, Etnofoor, 8, 2, 5-15. 

[1994a] “Sati and Sanskrit: The Move from Orientalism to Hinduism”, in: Mieke Bal and Inge Boer (ed). The Point of Theory. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 161-168.

[1994b] “Hindu Nationalism and the Discourse of Modernity: The Vishva Hindu Parishad” in: Martin Marty and Scott Appleby (eds). Accounting for Fundamentalisms. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 653-669.

[1994c] “The Politics of Devotion to Rama”, in: David Lorenzen (ed). Bhakti religion in North India: Community Identity and Political Action. Albany: State University of New York Press, 288-305.

[1994d] “Syncretism, Multiculturalism and the Discourse of Tolerance”, in: Charles Stewart and Rosalind Shaw (eds). Syncretism and Anti-Syncretism. London: Routledge, 196-212.

[1993a] “De bien dangereuses passions: comment les ascètes de l’ordre ramanandi gerent leur sexualité”, in: S. Bouez (ed). Ascèse et renoncement en Inde. Ou la solitude bien ordonnée, Paris: l’Harmattan, 155-166.

[1993b] (with Carol A. Breckenridge) “Introduction” in: C. Breckenridge and Peter van der Veer (eds). Orientalism and the Postcolonial Predicament: Perspectives on South Asia“, Philadephia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1-23.

[1993c] “The Foreign Hand: Orientalist Discourse in Sociology and Communalism”, in: C. Breckenridge and Peter van der Veer (eds). Orientalism and The Post-Colonial Predicament: Perspectives on South Asia. Philadelphia: University of Pennslyvania Press, 23-45.

[1993d] “Hinduism”, in The Oxford Companion to World Politics. New York: Oxford University Press.

[1993e] “No nations, but Classes”, Public Culture, 6: 177-183.

[1993f] “Een echte Indier is hindoe”, Theoretische Geschiedenis, 20, 4: 402-413.

[1992a] “Ayodhya and Somnath: Eternal Shrines, Contested Histories”, in: ‘Religion and Politics’, T. Asad (ed). Social Research, 59, 1: 5-109.

[1992b] “Invited View: Body and Gender in Hindu and Muslim Nationalist Discourse”, Committee on Women in Asian Studies Newsletter, 10, 2: 2-4.

[1992c] “History and Culture in Hindu Nationalism”, in: D. Kolff (ed). Ritual, State and History in South Asia, Leiden: Brill.

[1992d] “Playing or Praying; A Saint’s Day in Surat”, Journal of Asian Studies, 51, 3: 545-564.Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

[1991a] (with Steven Vertovec) “Brahmanism Abroad: On Caribbean Hinduism as an Ethnic Religion”, Ethnology, 149-166.

[1991b] “Life as Theatre: Performing the Ramayana in Ayodhya”, in: M. Thiel-Horstmann (ed). Contemporary Ramayana Traditions. Wiesbaden: Harassowitz, 169-184.

[1991c] “Religious Therapies and their Valuation among Surinamese Hindustani in the Netherlands”, Oxford University Papers on India. Vol. II: The Modern Western Diaspora. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 36-57.

[1989a] “The Concept of the Ideal Brahman as an Indological Construct”, in: G. Sontheimer and H. Kulke (ed). Hinduism Reconsidered. Delhi: Manohar, 67-81.

[1989b] “The Power of Detachment; Disciplines of body and Mind in the Ramanandi Order”, American Ethnologist, 16, 3: 40-52.

[1989c] “Satanic or Angelic: the Politics of Religious and Literary Inspiration”, Public Culture, 2, 1: 100-106.

[1988a] “‘Echte’ en ‘onechte’ brahmanen. De effecten van het Britse kaste-bewustzijn” (“Real” and “Spurious” Brahmans. The effects of British caste consciousness), Sociologische Gids, XXXV, 2.

[1988b] “Frits Staal in de provincie” (Frits Staal in the province – on Frits Staal’s study of ritual and its provincial reception in Holland), Hollands Maandblad, 30, 718: 16-25.

[1987a] “God must be liberated. A Hindu liberation movement in Ayodhya”, Modern Asian Studies, 21, 2: 283-301.

[1987b] “India, de illusie van een oude beschaving” (India, the illusion of an ancient civilization), Sociologisch Tijdschrift, 14, 1: 62-84.

[1987c] (with Caroline Dissel) “Antropologie en de feministische ontwikkelingssociologie” (Anthropology and the Feminist Sociology of Development), Sociologische Gids, XXXIV, 4:296-308.

[1987d] “Religie als kunstwerk. De esthetische perceptie van Clifford Geertz” (Religion as a piece of art. The esthetic perception of Clifford Geertz), in: J. Bakker, Y. Kuiper, J. Miedema (eds). Antropologie tussen wetenschap en kunst; Essays over Clifford Geertz (Anthropology between Science and Art; Essays on Clifford Geertz). Amsterdam: Free University Press, 95-111.

[1987e] “Communalisme en Nationalisme in Zuid-Azie” (Communalism and Nationalism in South Asia), Internationale Spectator, 1987: XXXI, 11: 570-579.

[1987f] “Taming the Ascetic; Devotionalism in a Hindu monastic order”, Man (n.s.), 22, 4: 680-695.

[1986] (with Cors van der Burg) “Pandits, Power and Profit: religious organization and the construction of identity among the Surinamese Hindus”, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 9, 4: 514-528.

[1985] “Brahmans: their purity and their poverty: on the changing,values of Brahman priests in Ayodhya”, Contributions to Indian Sociology, 19,2 (n.s.): 303-321.

[1984] “Structure and Anti-Structure in Hindu pilgrimage to Ayodhya”, in: K. Ballhatchett and D. Taylor (eds). Changing South Asia: Religion and Society. Hong Kong/London (SOAS): Asian Research Service, 59-67.

[1983] “Religie en Politiek: de Khalistan-beweging onder de Indiase Sikhs” (Religion and Politics: the Khalistan movement among Indian Sikhs), Internationale Spectator, XXX, 1: 43-48.

[1982a] “Ideologie en Verandering” (Ideology and Change – on the theory of history in French structuralism), Antropologische Verkenningen, 1: 105-121. 

[1982b] “Naakt Geweld en Zoete Devotie. De veranderende machtskansen van de Ramanandis in Noord-India” (Naked Violence and Sweet Devotion. The changing power of the Ramanandis in North India), Antropologische Verkenningen, 2: 59-84.

[1981] (with Matthew Schoffeleers) “Religious Anthropology”, in: Peter Kloos and Henri Claessen (eds). Current Issues in Anthropology: the Netherlands. Rotterdam: NSAV, 215-228.

[1980a] “Karnen voor onsterfelijkheid. Structuur en Interpretatie van een mythe (amrtamanthana)” (Churning for Immortality. Structure and Interpretation of a Myth [amrtamanthana]), Forum der Letteren, 21, 3: 196-204.

[1980b] “Reizen naar Reinheid en Verlossing. Pelgrimage in India” (Travelling to Purity and Liberation. Pilgrimage in India), Intermediair, 16: 37-43.

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