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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The fifteen essays collected in this book deal with various aspects of Vedic and Brahmanic ritual

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The fifteen essays collected in this book deal with various aspects of Vedic and Brahmanic ritual. The author attempts to explore the implications of the classical Hindu definition of man: Of all the animals fitted to be sacrifical victims.

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Cooking the World : Ritual and Thought in Ancient India. French Studies in South Asian Culture & Society. By (author) Charles Malamoud, Translated by David Gordon White. The author attempts to explore the implications of the classical Hindu definition of man: of all the animals fitted to be sacrificial victims, only man can perform sacrifices.

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Cooking the World: Ritual and Thought in Ancient India. Culture and Communication: The Logic by Which Symbols Are Connected. Food, human beings, ritual events and the world exchange components while their interaction alters their heterogeneous constitution as an assemblage. Models and Mirrors: Towards an Anthropology of Public Events. Colour and Heat in South Indian Ritual.

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The fifteen essays collected in this book deal with various aspects of Vedic and Brahmanic ritual. The author attempts to explore the implications of the classical Hindu definition of man: Of all the animals fitted to be sacrifical victims, only man can perform sacrifices.
Cooking the World: Ritual and Thought in Ancient India (French Studies on South Asian Culture and Society) download epub
Hinduism
Author: Charles Malamoud
ISBN: 0195635582
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Hinduism
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; English ed edition (1996)
Pages: 364 pages