Modern Indian Theatre: A Reader . Edited by Nandi Bhatia. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009. xxxix, 487 pp. $50.00 (cloth).

@article{Rudisill2010ModernIT,
  title={Modern Indian Theatre: A Reader . Edited by Nandi Bhatia. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009. xxxix, 487 pp. \$50.00 (cloth).},
  author={Kristen Rudisill},
  journal={The Journal of Asian Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={69},
  pages={935 - 937}
}
“local” manuscripts—across various borders in the nineteenth century. He argues that these texts tell us a great deal about how education was actually conducted in specific contexts; they demonstrate that Buddhism in this context did not have an institutional authoritative center, but was the product of fluid local contexts, communities whose boarders and boundaries were constantly shifting, intersecting, and overlapping. The topic of Christopher Emmrich’s chapter is a single As . t.asāhasrik… Expand