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Across India at the Dawn of the 20th Century
Lucy Evangeline Guinness [1865-1906]

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Book Description

Across India at the Dawn of the 20th Century
Publication Year:
The Religious Tract Society
Christian Missions, India
Copyright Holder:
Public domain
Lucy Evangeline Guinness [1865-1906], Across India at the Dawn of the 20th Century


  • Preface
  • Introductory - In the Eternal City
  1. Bombay, the Eye of India
  2. By the Western Sea
  3. Sun Worshippers
  4. Devotees of East and West
  5. Pages from Poona
  6. In a Zenana Bungalow
  7. The Shrines of Poona
  8. Ramabai
  9. A Lodge in the Wilderness
  10. In a Mofussil Mosque
  11. By the Eastern Sea
  12. Association Work - 'From Shore to Shore'
  13. Neo-Hinduism
  14. Doomed, but Still Dominant
  15. Wedding and Widowhood
  16. Calcutta and Bengal
  17. Darjeeling
  18. Between Four Heathendoms
  19. The Focus of Heathenism in India
  20. Within Four Walls
  21. In the North-West
  22. Inside a Famine Poorhouse
  23. The Rivers of the Unwatered Land
  24. 'Rivers of Living Water.
  25. 'If--'
  26. Conclusion
  27. The Behar Mission
  • Notes
  • Index

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