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    • Heirman, Ann; Torck, Mathieu (2012)
      Buddhist monasteries, in both Ancient India and China, have played a crucial social role, for religious as well as for lay people. They rightfully attract the attention of many scholars, discussing historical backgrounds, ...
    • Pieruccini, Cinzia; Rossi, Paola M. (2016-12-31)
      Today as in the past, perhaps no other great culture of humankind is so markedly characterised by traditions in the field of nutrition as that of South Asia. In India food has served to express religious values, philosophical ...
    • Crisanti, Alice; Pieruccini, Cinzia; Policardi, Chiara; Rossi, Paola M. (2017-01-01)
      Anantaratnaprabhava, ‘fonte di infinite gemme’, è l’attributo che il sommo poeta Kālidāsa conferisce al sovrano dei monti, Himālaya, nell’esordio del Kumārasambhava, capolavoro della poesia classica indiana. L’epiteto ...
    • McDuie-Ra, Duncan (2016)
      Borderland Cities in New India explores contemporary urban life in two cities in India’s Northeast borderland at a time of dramatic change. Social and economic transformation from India’s embrace of neoliberalism and ...
    • Tramballi, Ugo; Missaglia, Nicola (2019-06-01)
      “India wins yet again!” Narendra Modi announced in May 2019, just after securing a second term as Prime Minister of the world’s largest democracy in a landslide general elections victory. When Modi was elected for a first ...
    • McDuie-Ra, Duncan (2012)
      Northeast Migrants in Delhi: Race, Refuge and Retail is an ethnographic study of migrants from India's north-east border region living and working in Delhi, the nation's capital. Northeast India borders China, the Himalayas, ...