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Review Of Women Studies

THERE are many voices that join this debate, identifiable, broadly, as those of Indologists and south Asia area studies experts in the western academy from different fields (religion, anthropology, philosophy, psychology, language and culture, history), whose disinterested scholarship and academic discussion of the Hindu goddess is given a political edge by being addressed in this pointed fashion,1 and those of Hindu worshippers, Hindu 'nationalists', feminists of varying hues, left secularists and others who are located

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