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Kailas Histories

Renunciate Traditions and the Construction of Himalayan Sacred Geography

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<i>Kailas Histories</i> demonstrates how British colonial, Hindu modernist, and New Age interests synthesised historically diverse representations to construct the understanding of Tibet’s great pilgrimage centre Mount Kailas - and India’s Gangotri - as ancient sacred sites embodying a universal sacrality.

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