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by Abee J. Dubois
Published December 1989 by Laurier Books Lt. .
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An English translation of this later enlarged ms. was published 1899, with title, "Hindu manners, customs and ceremonies. in 1899, English ed. Call number.
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Page 1The fabulous Origin of the Brahmans On their Name and original Founders Conjectures on their real Origin. The feelings of commiseration and pity, as far as respects the sufferings of others, never enter into his heart
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