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انسان شناسی و فرهنگ

انسان شناسی و فرهنگ
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ماخذ شناسی اماکن متبرک در شهر

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خرداد 96


ماخذ مطالعات پایه ای اماکن متبرک در شهر


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اماکن متبرک در شهر اسلامی
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اماکن متبرک در شهر ادیان ابراهیمی
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اماکن متبرک در شهر بودایی و هندو
1. Bhardwai, Surinder M. 1973. Hindu Places of Pilgrimage in India: A Study in Cultural Geography. University of California Press, Berkeley.
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