Folklore in Buddhist and Jaina Literatures. An account of the life of the common people as reflected in P??i, Pr?krit and Apabhra??a works. Sures Chandra Banerji. Bibliotheca, Indo-Buddhica 37 (Sri Satguru Publications), Delhi 1987. xv, 120 pp. Rs 130.

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  • Karel Werner

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https://doi.org/10.1558/bsrv.v8i1-2.15745

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Folklore in Buddhist and Jaina Literatures. An account of the life of the common people as reflected in P??i, Pr?krit and Apabhra??a works. Sures Chandra Banerji. Bibliotheca, Indo-Buddhica 37 (Sri Satguru Publications), Delhi 1987. xv, 120 pp. Rs 130.

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1991-06-15

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Werner, K. . (1991). Folklore in Buddhist and Jaina Literatures. An account of the life of the common people as reflected in P??i, Pr?krit and Apabhra??a works. Sures Chandra Banerji. Bibliotheca, Indo-Buddhica 37 (Sri Satguru Publications), Delhi 1987. xv, 120 pp. Rs 130. Buddhist Studies Review, 8(1-2), 247–250. https://doi.org/10.1558/bsrv.v8i1-2.15745

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