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Culture of EncountersSanskrit at the Mughal Court$
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Audrey. Truschke

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780231173629

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231173629.001.0001

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Brahman and Jain Sanskrit Intellectuals at the Mughal Court

Brahman and Jain Sanskrit Intellectuals at the Mughal Court

(p.27) [1] Brahman and Jain Sanskrit Intellectuals at the Mughal Court
Culture of Encounters

Audrey Truschke

Columbia University Press

Chapter 1 reconstructs Jain and Brahmanical ties with the Mughal court from 1560 until 1650. This web of connections constitutes a nearly totally unknown dimension of the social history of the Mughal court, and cross-cultural titlings offer particularly cutting insight into the agencies exercised by different communities involved in these exchanges.

Keywords:   Mughal court, Jain, Brahman, social history, patronage, titles

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