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The Domain of Constant Excess: Plural Worship in a Sri Lankan Hindu Temple: Plural Worship at the Munnesvaram Temples in Sri Lanka Hardcover – 1 Dec 2002


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.".".a successfully ambitious effort, richly informative and insightful in its coverage of the site's religious life and most sophisticated in its use and advancing of theoretical perspectives...Profound insights...abound in this complex and rewarding piece of scholarship..a must read for scholars of south Asian religions."" -The Australian Journal of Anthropology

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