|Series||Oxford studies in social and cultural anthropology|
|LC Classifications||BL1325.9.J35 B35 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||92002641|
Organizing Jainism in India and England Marcus Banks. A Clarendon Press Publication. Oxford Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology. Read this book on Questia. Organizing Jainism in India and England by Marcus Banks, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Organizing Jainism in India and England . The analyses of academic views concerning Jainism and Buddhism as part of the Greater Magadha culture, recent archaeological evidence, and new postulations on the influence of north Indian philosophers provide a greater understanding of core Jain beliefs, and the subsequent influence of the Jain community in India. This book argues for the Cited by: "Jains in the World is a significant and welcome ethnography of contemporary Jains in western India by the most prominent scholar of Jainism in North America. This book is a must for scholars of South Asian religions and will provide scholars of Hindu traditions fine grounding both in a central dialectic of Jain thought and in contemporary Jain Reviews: 1.
3 See Marcus Banks, Organizing Jainism in India and England (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ). See also Peace through Non-Violence: Eighth Biennial Jaina Convention Souvenir Volume (Chicago, Ill.: Federation of Jain Associations in North America, ); and Bhuvanendra Kumar, Jainism in America (Mississauga, Ontario: Jain Humanities Press, ). The Golden Book of Jainism Mahendra Kulasrestha Paperback (3) Jainism: An Introduction (I.b. Taurus Introductions to Religion) The Peaceful Liberators: Jain Art from India Pratapaditya Pal Paperback (4) Kadve Pravachan - Part 2 by Jain Muni Tarun Sagar Ji Maharaj. Jainism is India's sixth-largest religion and is practiced throughout India.. As per the census, there are only 4,, Jains in the billion population of India, the majority living in Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, however, the influence of Jainism has been far greater on the Indian population than these numbers suggest. Banks, Marcus (). Organizing Jainism in India and England. London: Oxford University Press. Carrithers, Michael, and Caroline Humphrey, eds. ().
Organizing Jainism in India and England Marcus Banks Oxford Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology series; volume 3 Clarendon Press; Oxford, UK; Full details ‘Competing to Give, Competing to Get: Gujarati Jains in Britain’ Penguin Books India; New Delhi, India; Organizing Jainism in India and England By Marcus Banks Clarendon Press, Read preview Overview Understanding Jainism By Lawrence A. Babb Dunedin Academic, , Organizing Jainism in India and England, , Clarendon Press: Oxford. Edited books. , with Annamaria Motrescu-Mayes (eds), Visual histories of South Asia, Delhi: Primus Books. , with Jay Ruby (eds), Made to be Seen: Perspectives on the History of Visual Anthropology, , Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Organizing Jainism in India and England By Marcus Banks Clarendon Press, Read preview Overview A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy By Chandradhar Sharma Rider,