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14.03. South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies

140137 PS On exchanging, giving and receiving - the significance of the gift in the religious traditions of India
140539 BA The world view of early classical Ayurveda - from the perspectives of cultural history and religious studies
140508 UE Self-awareness as the result of direct valid cognition - in the Tshad ma rigs gzhung rgya mtsho of Karmapa VII Chos grags rgya mtsho (1454-1506)
140147 VO The non-vedic philosophical-religious traditions of South India - as mirrored in the history of Tamil literature
140175 SE Lexicology and Lexicograpy of Early Middle Indic Corpora - with special regard to the Vocabulary of Asoka’s Inscriptions
140155 UE The mythical origin of the Pancaratra tradition - The Ekayanaveda in the Paramesvarasamhita and selected works of the Visistadvaitavedanta
140299 UE The "canonization" of early Saiva practices of worship - selected readings on the Sivadharmasastra (ca. 6. cent.)
140305 UE [bo en] Advanced Modern Tibetan I
140307 UE [bo en] Advanced Modern Tibetan II
140154 SE [en] Ratnakarasanti on the Buddha Bodies - A close reading of the eighth chapter of the Abhisamayalankarakarikavrttisuddhimati
140147 VO The non-vedic philosophical-religious traditions of South India - as mirrored in the history of Tamil literature
140409 VO (STEOP) Introduction to Indology

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