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Yūto Kawamura. The kāraka theory embodied in the Rāma story. A Sanskrit textbook in Medieval India

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Yūto Kawamura. The kāraka theory embodied in the Rāma story. A Sanskrit textbook in Medieval India. New Delhi: DK Printworld, 2018. ix+186 pages. ISBN: 978-81-246-0919-4. USD 27.35 (hardback)


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