University of Michigan Center for South Asia Studies

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1. Cover image for 'Critical Studies in Indian Grammarians I'
The Theory of Homogeneity (Savar?ya)
Madhav M. Deshpande
Traces the history of a series of nuanced interpretations of an important concept in Sanskrit grammar
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Paper 1999 $10.95 Available Add Paper for "Critical Studies in Indian Grammarians I" to Cart
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1. Cover image for 'Critical Studies in Indian Grammarians I'
The Theory of Homogeneity (Savar?ya)
Madhav M. Deshpande
Traces the history of a series of nuanced interpretations of an important concept in Sanskrit grammar
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 1999 $10.95 Available Add Paper for "Critical Studies in Indian Grammarians I" to Cart
Web Open Access Available Read Online
Currently limited to: subject biography Biography x
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The University of Michigan's Center for South Asian Studies dates its origin to the 1961 founding of the Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies, which soon thereafter became national centers for language training and area-related studies and research. Since gaining its full independence in 1999, the Center for South Asian Studies has grown to be one of the largest in the U.S., with over forty-five faculty associates representing a large number of University departments and professional schools.

Center for South Asian Studies (CSAS) Publications
1080 S. University, Ste. 3603
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106
Phone: 734-764-0448
Fax: 734-936-0996
Email Center for South Asian Studies: csas@umich.edu
Website: www.ii.umich.edu/csas/

Center for South Asian Studies

The University of Michigan's Center for South Asian Studies dates its origin to the 1961 founding of the Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies, which soon thereafter became national centers for language training and area-related studies and research. Since gaining its full independence in 1999, the Center for South Asian Studies has grown to be one of the largest in the U.S., with over forty-five faculty associates representing a large number of University departments and professional schools.

Center for South Asian Studies (CSAS) Publications
1080 S. University, Ste. 3603
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106
Phone: 734-764-0448
Fax: 734-936-0996
Email Center for South Asian Studies: csas@umich.edu
Website: www.ii.umich.edu/csas/


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