Hindu manners, customs and ceremonies by the Abbe J. A. Dubois, tr. from the author's later french ms. and ed. with notes, corrections, and biography by Henry K. Beauchamp, with a prefatory note by the Right Hon. F. Max Müller, and a portrait.
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"First edition, 1897."
For 30 years the author, a French missionary, lived among the Hindus, adopting their dress and customs and studying their social and religious institutions. This account of the results of his observations the English government found valuable enough to translate and publish for the use of officials and oriental students.
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