The Dance Of Shiva: Fourteen Indian Essays

Ananda K Coomaraswamy

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(Size: 22.5x14.5cms.), Contents, Foreword, What has India Contributed to Human Welfare? Hindu View of Art: Historical, Hindu View of Art: Theory of Beauty, That Beauty is a State, Buddhist Primitives, The Dance of Shiva, Indian Images With Many Arms, Indian Music, Status of Indian Women, Sahaja, Intellectual Fraternity, Cosmopolitan View of Nietzsche, Young India, Individuality, Autonomy and Function. (Dy. with 34 illus.), With Preface And Introduction By Romain Rolland. 196 Yr. of Pub.2003 8121501539. Bookseller Inventory #

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