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Regions within the Sphere of Indian Cultural Influence

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Part of the Annual Bibliography of Indian Archaeology book series (ABIA, volume 23)

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Asian Study British Museum Indian Study Wall Painting INDIAN Culture 
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Indonesian Archipelago

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Java and Bali

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Borneo, Sumatra and Other Islands

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Architecture and Arts

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Studies in Special Subjects

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