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Memo 1 Ganesa: The Enchanter of the Three Worlds[Buy it!]

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Paul Martin Dubost & Frwd By Michel Postel  56.00 Biblio A - Z Books  Project For Indian Cultural Studies, Bombay/Mrml, 1997. Hardcover. New. Special 20% discount on this book. 1997. Project For Indian Cultural Studies, Bombay/Mrml 8190018434 IN  
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Paul Martin-Dubost, Foreword By Michel Postel  57.95 Abebooks Vikram Jain Books  [publisher: Franco Indian Research Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai, India] First Edition To penetrate the interior of the great Hindu culture in company with Ganesa, the most popular God of the immense peninsula, is an adventure henceforth possible thanks to the book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who offers a complete study of this God with the elephant head, the dear son of Parvati and the great Lord Siva. We discover the legends which surround the stories of his birth, his prodigious exploits, his marriage, and all that touches upon his rites for more than 2,000 years. "It is quite rare to find a literary text, a panegyric hymn or an iconographic text that does not mention Ganesa, the benevolent God, the God with innumerable forms; during ten years Paul Martin-Dubost has engaged himself with the God in the great Sanskrit texts as also in inscriptions. This work dissipates the erroneous conceptions, current since long, notably because of the limited scope of the previous studies. The reader, as also the scholar, will discover a complete study of the iconography of Ganesa, the chief of the ganas, in the light of recent archaeological works. A commentary accompanies each of the 450 photographs which reveal the principal forms created between the 1st century BC and our own day. Printed Pages: 412 with 445 illustrations. Size: 23 Cms x 29 Cms [New Delhi, India]  
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Martin-Dubost Paul  60.37 AbebooksUK Majestic Books  [publisher: Franco-Indian Research Pvt. Ltd.] pp. xx + 412, Frontispiece 445 Illus. (234 Col.) [London, ,, United Kingdom]  
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Paul Martin Dubost Author & Michel Postel Frwd  70.00 Biblio BookVistas  Franco-Indian Pharmaceuticals, Ltd/MRML, 1997. First edition. Hardcover. New. 23 x 29 cm. To penetrate the interior of the great Hindu culture in company with Ganesa, the most popular God of the immense peninsula, is an adventure henceforth possible thanks to the book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who offers a complete study of this God with the elephant head, the dear son of Parvati and the great Lord Siva. We discover the legends which surround the stories of his birth, his prodigious exploits, his marriage, and all that touches upon his rites for more than 2,000 years. It is quite rare to find a literary text, a panegyric hymn or an iconographic text that does not mention Ganesa, the benevolent God, the God with innumerable forms; during ten years Paul Martin-Dubost has engaged himself with the God in the great Sanskrit texts as also in inscriptions. This work dissipates the erroneous conceptions, current since long, notably because of the limited scope of the previous studies. The reader, as also the scholar, will discover a complete study of the iconography of Ganesa, the chief of the ganas, in the light of recent archaeological works. A commentary accompanies each of the 450 photographs, which reveal the principal forms created between the 1st century B.C. and our own day. Ganesa the Enchanter of the Three Worlds, is the seventh book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who since more than thirty years has devoted himself to the thought and the art of India. His previous ...  
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Paul Martin-Dubost (Author) & Michel Postel (Frwd)  70.00 Abebooks BookVistas  [publisher: Franco-Indian Pharmaceuticals, Ltd/MRML] First Edition To penetrate the interior of the great Hindu culture in company with Ganesa, the most popular God of the immense peninsula, is an adventure henceforth possible thanks to the book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who offers a complete study of this God with the elephant head, the dear son of Parvati and the great Lord Siva. We discover the legends which surround the stories of his birth, his prodigious exploits, his marriage, and all that touches upon his rites for more than 2,000 years. It is quite rare to find a literary text, a panegyric hymn or an iconographic text that does not mention Ganesa, the benevolent God, the God with innumerable forms; during ten years Paul Martin-Dubost has engaged himself with the God in the great Sanskrit texts as also in inscriptions. This work dissipates the erroneous conceptions, current since long, notably because of the limited scope of the previous studies. The reader, as also the scholar, will discover a complete study of the iconography of Ganesa, the chief of the ganas, in the light of recent archaeological works. A commentary accompanies each of the 450 photographs, which reveal the principal forms created between the 1st century B.C. and our own day. Ganesa the Enchanter of the Three Worlds, is the seventh book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who since more than thirty years has devoted himself to the thought and the art of India. His previous publications written about Kerala ...  
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Paul Martin Dubost Foreword By Michel Postel  80.00 Biblio Sanctum Books  Mumbai, India: Franco Indian Research Pvt. Ltd, 1997 To penetrate the interior of the great Hindu culture in company with Ganesa, the most popular God of the immense peninsula, is an adventure henceforth possible thanks to the book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who offers a complete study of this God with the elephant head, the dear son of Parvati and the great Lord Siva. We discover the legends which surround the stories of his birth, his prodigious exploits, his marriage, and all that touches upon his rites for more than 2,000 years. "It is quite rare to find a literary text, a panegyric hymn or an iconographic text that does not mention Ganesa, the benevolent God, the God with innumerable forms; during ten years Paul Martin-Dubost has engaged himself with the God in the great Sanskrit texts as also in inscriptions. This work dissipates the erroneous conceptions, current since long, notably because of the limited scope of the previous studies. The reader, as also the scholar, will discover a complete study of the iconography of Ganesa, the chief of the ganas, in the light of recent archaeological works. A commentary accompanies each of the 450 photographs which reveal the principal forms created between the 1st century BC and our own day. Printed Pages: 412 with 445 illustrations.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New. 23 Cms x 29 Cms. 1997. Franco Indian Research Pvt. Ltd 8190018434 IN  
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Paul Martin-Dubost, Foreword By Michel Postel  80.00 Abebooks Sanctum Books  [publisher: Franco Indian Research Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai, India] First Edition To penetrate the interior of the great Hindu culture in company with Ganesa, the most popular God of the immense peninsula, is an adventure henceforth possible thanks to the book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who offers a complete study of this God with the elephant head, the dear son of Parvati and the great Lord Siva. We discover the legends which surround the stories of his birth, his prodigious exploits, his marriage, and all that touches upon his rites for more than 2,000 years. "It is quite rare to find a literary text, a panegyric hymn or an iconographic text that does not mention Ganesa, the benevolent God, the God with innumerable forms; during ten years Paul Martin-Dubost has engaged himself with the God in the great Sanskrit texts as also in inscriptions. This work dissipates the erroneous conceptions, current since long, notably because of the limited scope of the previous studies. The reader, as also the scholar, will discover a complete study of the iconography of Ganesa, the chief of the ganas, in the light of recent archaeological works. A commentary accompanies each of the 450 photographs which reveal the principal forms created between the 1st century BC and our own day. Printed Pages: 412 with 445 illustrations. Size: 23 Cms x 29 Cms [New Delhi, India]  
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Paul Martin-Dubost (Author) & Michel Postel (Frwd)  87.50 Abebooks Vikram Jain Books  [publisher: Franco-Indian Pharmaceuticals, Ltd/MRML] First Edition To penetrate the interior of the great Hindu culture in company with Ganesa, the most popular God of the immense peninsula, is an adventure henceforth possible thanks to the book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who offers a complete study of this God with the elephant head, the dear son of Parvati and the great Lord Siva. We discover the legends which surround the stories of his birth, his prodigious exploits, his marriage, and all that touches upon his rites for more than 2,000 years. It is quite rare to find a literary text, a panegyric hymn or an iconographic text that does not mention Ganesa, the benevolent God, the God with innumerable forms; during ten years Paul Martin-Dubost has engaged himself with the God in the great Sanskrit texts as also in inscriptions. This work dissipates the erroneous conceptions, current since long, notably because of the limited scope of the previous studies. The reader, as also the scholar, will discover a complete study of the iconography of Ganesa, the chief of the ganas, in the light of recent archaeological works. A commentary accompanies each of the 450 photographs, which reveal the principal forms created between the 1st century B.C. and our own day. Ganesa the Enchanter of the Three Worlds, is the seventh book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who since more than thirty years has devoted himself to the thought and the art of India. His previous publications written about Kerala ...  
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Paul Martin Dubost Author & Michel Postel Frwd  105.00 Biblio Sanctum Books  Franco-Indian Pharmaceuticals, Ltd/MRML, 1997. First edition. Hardcover. New. 23 x 29 cm. To penetrate the interior of the great Hindu culture in company with Ganesa, the most popular God of the immense peninsula, is an adventure henceforth possible thanks to the book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who offers a complete study of this God with the elephant head, the dear son of Parvati and the great Lord Siva. We discover the legends which surround the stories of his birth, his prodigious exploits, his marriage, and all that touches upon his rites for more than 2,000 years. It is quite rare to find a literary text, a panegyric hymn or an iconographic text that does not mention Ganesa, the benevolent God, the God with innumerable forms; during ten years Paul Martin-Dubost has engaged himself with the God in the great Sanskrit texts as also in inscriptions. This work dissipates the erroneous conceptions, current since long, notably because of the limited scope of the previous studies. The reader, as also the scholar, will discover a complete study of the iconography of Ganesa, the chief of the ganas, in the light of recent archaeological works. A commentary accompanies each of the 450 photographs, which reveal the principal forms created between the 1st century B.C. and our own day. Ganesa the Enchanter of the Three Worlds, is the seventh book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who since more than thirty years has devoted himself to the thought and the art of India. His previous ...  
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Paul Martin Dubost Author & Michel Postel Frwd  105.00 Biblio Vikram Jain  Franco-Indian Pharmaceuticals, Ltd/MRML, 1997. First edition. Hardcover. New. 23 x 29 cm. To penetrate the interior of the great Hindu culture in company with Ganesa, the most popular God of the immense peninsula, is an adventure henceforth possible thanks to the book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who offers a complete study of this God with the elephant head, the dear son of Parvati and the great Lord Siva. We discover the legends which surround the stories of his birth, his prodigious exploits, his marriage, and all that touches upon his rites for more than 2,000 years. It is quite rare to find a literary text, a panegyric hymn or an iconographic text that does not mention Ganesa, the benevolent God, the God with innumerable forms; during ten years Paul Martin-Dubost has engaged himself with the God in the great Sanskrit texts as also in inscriptions. This work dissipates the erroneous conceptions, current since long, notably because of the limited scope of the previous studies. The reader, as also the scholar, will discover a complete study of the iconography of Ganesa, the chief of the ganas, in the light of recent archaeological works. A commentary accompanies each of the 450 photographs, which reveal the principal forms created between the 1st century B.C. and our own day. Ganesa the Enchanter of the Three Worlds, is the seventh book by Paul Martin-Dubost, who since more than thirty years has devoted himself to the thought and the art of India. His previous ...  
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