Culture, creation, and procreation: concepts of kinship in South Asian practice
"Outcome of a workshop on 'Culture, Creation, and Procreation: Indigenous Models of Kinship in South Asian Contexts,' held at the 13th European Conference of Modern South Asian Studies at Toulouse in August-September 1994"--Pref
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Culture, Creation, and Procreation: Concepts of Kinship in South Asian Practice
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