Icons, artefacts and interpretations of the past: Early Hinduism in Rajasthan

@article{Hooja2004IconsAA,
  title={Icons, artefacts and interpretations of the past: Early Hinduism in Rajasthan},
  author={Rima Hooja},
  journal={World Archaeology},
  year={2004},
  volume={36},
  pages={360 - 377}
}
Unravelling the variegated existing tapestry of religious faiths is often complicated, particularly as the roots of some existing belief systems are thought to lie in processes set in force during a region's early historical, or sometimes even the prehistoric or protohistoric, period. Against this background, the present paper seeks to look at the archaeological and related evidence from one part of India - namely, the modern-day State of Rajasthan - and attempts to understand the available… Expand
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