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Oriental literature; or the Dabistan
|Statement||translated from the original Persian by David Shea and Anthony Troyer ; Introduction by A.V. Williams Jackson.|
|Contributions||Shea, David., Troyer, Anthony.|
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Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Fani, Moshan Oriental literature, or The Dabistan (trans. Shea, D. and Troyer, A.) Lahore. literature and religion of the Hindoos. Universal Classics Library, Used. You Searched For: Oriental Literature: The Dabistan or School of Manners. David Shea; Anthony Troyer. A large number of the pages have never been cut. Sadly, this book has been remainder marked with a red marker, top and bottom outside edges. Does not affect text. This is two books in one voume, each.
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Get this from a library. Oriental literature; or, the Dabistan. [Fānī Muḣsin; David Shea; Anthony Troyer;] -- London, (Oriental translation fund of Great Britain and Ireland) In accordance with this title, "Dabistán-ul-mazáhab" (School of religious doctrines or institutes) the work presents a sketch.
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London, (Oriental translation fund of Great Britain and Ireland)--In accordance with this title, "Dabistán-ul-mazáhab" (School of religious doctrines or institutes) the work presents a sketch of many different kinds of doctrines and religious tenets, notably of Magism, Hinduism, Christianity, and Mohammedanism.
"Special introduction.". Oriental literature; the Dabistán, or School of manners; the religious beliefs, observances, philosophie opinions and social customs of the nations of the East.
by Muhammad Muhsin, called Fani,David. tr Shea,Troyer, Anthony, tr. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.
Rate it *. The Dabestān-e Mazāheb (Persian: دبستان مذاهب ) "School of Religions" is a Persian language work that examines and compares South Asian religions and sects of the midth century.
The work, whose authorship is uncertain, was probably composed in about CE. The text's title is also transliterated as Dabistān-i Mazāhib, Dabistan-e Madahib, or Dabestan-e Madaheb.
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