Combined Methods in Indology and Other Writings
Oxford University Press, 2002 - 832 halaman
D. D. Kosambi was a pioneer in Indian studies, introducing new perspectives and interdisciplinary methods. This book collects many of his most important writings, on a wide range of topics, from philology and text editing to religion, historical reconstruction, archaeology, and anthropology. This anthology is the first to give readers easy access to this versatile and influential body of work.
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The Vedic Five Tribes
Early Brahmins and Brahminism
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actual ancient appear Arthaśāstra Aryan become beginning Brāhmaṇa Brahmin Buddha Buddhist called caste caves century cities clear coins common comparatively complete critical cult culture doubt earlier early edition evidence example existence explained fact feudal follows given gives gotra hand head human important Indian indicate Indra Indus inscriptions king known Kosambi land language later least less living Marxism means mentioned method mother natural older original particular perhaps period possible present priest primitive production proved question reason records reference relations remains reports ritual river royal rule Sanskrit says seems seen shows social society sources stage stanzas story taken tion trade tradition translation tribal tribe Vedic village whole