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Temple and tomb in India / by Alfred Deakin
Bib ID 84139
Format BookBook
Author
Deakin, Alfred, 1856-1919
 
Description Melbourne : Melville, Mullen and Slade, 1893 
vi, 151 p. ; 19 cm. 
Full contents
  • Chapters : I. Native India
  • II. Hindu architecture
  • III. Kutb Minar and Taj Mahal
  • IV. Brahmanism
  • V. Karli
  • VI. Buddhism
  • VII. The Dalada of Kandy
  • VIII. Hinduism
  • IX. Hindu temples
  • X. The mutiny.
 
Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 9037

Subjects Deakin, Alfred, - 1856-1919 - Journeys.  |  Temples - India.  |  Tombs - India.  |  India - Description and travel.

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