For decades Prof. Dharampal has been well-known and respected for his research on eighteenth-century India; his analyses of a wide range of social, cultural, political economic and technological issues have been respected and valued during this time. Bharatiya Chitta manas and Kala -- perhaps, "The Indian Sense of Consciousness, Mind and Time" -- is both a continuation of his earlier work and a new venture in reflection on larger and more elusive religious and cultural issues.
Clooney, Francis X.
"Four Responses to Prof. Dharampal's "Bharatiya Chitta Manas and Kala","
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