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Essays discussing transdisciplinary method introduce case stories on Buddhist manuscripts, inscriptions, paintings and oral traditions of the Indian Himalayas and crucial Tibet. The learn was once conducted in the context of an Interdisciplinary examine Unit financed via the Austrian technological know-how Fund.

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