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splendour of Vrindavan, saint Ushaji

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Published by Vraj Nidhi Prakashan in Vrindavan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Usha, Nandini Sadashiv.,
  • Hindu saints -- Biography.

  • About the Edition

    On the life of Hindu woman saint Nandini Sadashiv Usha.

    Edition Notes

    Includes passages in Hindi.

    Statementcompiled by Nisha Shubh ; editors, Sadhu Bhaktivijay, S.N. Suri.
    ContributionsShubh, Nisha., Bhaktivijay, Sadhu., Suri, S. N., Vraj Nidhi Prakashan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL1175.U74 S65 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination171 p. :
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL638234M
    LC Control Number96902963

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    About the Book:The celebration of life, joyous and exultant, fostering song and dance, the splendour of festivals and the bustle of fairs, has been the most characteristic feature of the Indian tradition from time impulses to the revels have been both secular and sacred. The seasons which signal to man the time for work and the time for relaxation, the commencement of the. Chapter Towns; Traders And Craftspersons of Out Pasts - II book - What would a traveller visiting a medieval town expect to find? This would depend on what kind of a town it was – a temple town, an administrative centre, a commercial town or a port town to name just some possibilities. In fact, many towns combined several functions – they were administrative centres, temple Missing: saint Ushaji.


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