- Title Pages
- 1 The Term <i>Gṛhastha</i> and the (Pre)history of the Householder
- 2 <i>Pāṣaṇḍa</i>
- 3 <i>Gṛhastha</i> in Aśoka’s Classification of Religious People
- 4 <i>Gṛhastha</i> in the Śramaṇic Discourse
- 5 <i>Gāhāvaï</i> and <i>Gihattha</i>
- 6 The Late Appearance of the <i>Gṛhastha</i> in the Vedic Domestic Ritual Codes as a Married Religious Professional
- 7 <i>Gṛhastha, Āśrama</i>, and the Origin of Dharmaśāstra
- 8 The Householder in Early Dharmaśāstra Literature
- 9 Householders, Holy and Otherwise, in the <i>Nı̄ti</i> and <i>Kāma</i> Literature
- 10 The <i>Gṛhastha</i> in the <i>Mahābhārata</i>
- 11 <i>Gṛhasthas</i> Don’t Belong in the <i>Rāmā̄yaṇa</i>
- 12 Householders and Housewives in Early <i>Kāvya</i> Literature
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