DOI:10.5367/sear.2013.0151
Corpus ID: 147357427
This Hindu Holy Man is a Thai Buddhist
J. McDaniel
Published 2013
History

South East Asia Research
Looking closely at the figures of the Brahmin and the hermit in Thai Buddhism, the author argues that, despite the prevalence of these figures in modern and pre-modern Thai art, literature and ritual… Expand
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