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New Delhi: Rupa & Co, 1998. Paperback. Second impression, 2002. Near Fine. Interior pristine. Spine straight, tight and uncreased. Covers clean. Very light reading wear. Not from a library. No remainder mark. xvi + 167 pages. Facsimile of Madras: Diocesan Press, 1925 edition. Customs in the Hindu tradition are essentially religious, but several are based on morality and general utility. In the Hindu pantheon, animals and plants are eminently sacred and are placed on a high pedestal. Every custom is infused with the spirit of intense devotion.
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- Books of the World (US)
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- South Indian Customs
- P. V. Jagadisa Ayyar
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- ISBN 13
- Rupa & Co
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- New Delhi
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- customs, ethnology, folklore, social life, sociology, religion, rituals, traditions, Hindu, Hinduism, Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, South India, India
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- India; Religion & Spirituality;
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