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Jarrod Whitaker examines the ritualized poetic construction of male identity in the Rigveda, India's oldest Sanskrit text, arguing that an important aspect of early Vedic life involves the sustained promotion and embodiment of what it means to be a true man
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I Boldly Took the Mace for Might: Ritually Weaponizing a Warrior’s Body in Ancient India.Jarrod Whitaker - forthcoming - International Journal of Hindu Studies.
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