Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India: Inquiry whether the Hindus are of trans-Himalayan origin, and akin to the western branches of the Indo-European race. 3d ed. 1874

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John Muir
Trübner, 1874 - 566 sider
 

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