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Globalization in India
(Oxford University Press)
MADHU PURNIMA KISHWAR
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accounts of the life and poetry of some
of the most outstanding women in Indian
history from the 6th to the 17th
century — Mirabai, Andal, Avvaiyar,
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Loyal. Many of these poems had never neen translated
into english before (Read