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- Vanita a.k.a. Vanita Shirodkar was the mother of Namrata Shirodkar.
- Vanita a.k.a. Vanitha Malik is an actor.
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"Vanita" a.k.a. "Vanità" is a musical album of REQUIEM.
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by Susan Horner
had not preserved the Emperor from this attack ; the rebel disease had only followed the fashion of the day whilst acting the part of a liberal, or foe to tyranny, but liberty itself is yet distant and ideal, and therefore is called VanitA del Secolo.
had not preserved the Emperor from this attack ; the rebel disease had only followed the fashion of the day whilst acting the part of a liberal, or foe to tyranny, but liberty itself is yet distant and ideal, and therefore is called Vanita del Secolo.
by Yudit Kornberg Greenberg
Vanita, R., ed. 2001. “At All Times Near: Love between Women in Two Medieval ...
An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic by Arnold P. Kaminsky, Roger D. Long Ph.D.
Vanita, Ruth. Love's Rite: Same-Sex Marriage in India and the West. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. Vanita, Ruth. Queering India: Same-Sex Love and Eroticism in Indian Culture and Society. New York: Routledge, 2002. Van Schendel ...
by Brent L. Pickett
Vanita, Ruth. Queering India: Same-Sex Love and Eroticism in Indian Culture and Society. New York: Routledge, 2001. Vanita, Ruth, and Saleem Kidwai, eds. Same-Sex Love in India: Readings from Literature and History. New York: Palgrave ...
Encyclopedia of Hinduism (2012)
by Denise Cush, Catherine Robinson, Michael York
Vanita, R. and S. Kidwai. 2000. Same-Sex Love in India: Readings from Literature and History.
Men and Women in the World's Cultures Topics and Cultures A-K - Volume 1; Cultures L-Z - by Carol R. Ember, Melvin Ember
Vanita, R., & Kidwai, S. (2000) ...
The etymologic interpreter, or, An explanatory and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1824)
to which is prefixed an introduction containing a full development of the principles of etymology and grammar, &c. &c. &c by James Gilchrist
Vanita,\L, Vanidad, Sp., Vanitas from Van-us, vain. There is the same use of ...
by S. Torriano Berry, Venise T. Berry
Cast: Monty Ross, Donna Bailey, Stuart Smith, Tommy Redmond Hicks, Horace Long, LaVern Summer, Africanus Rocius, Robert Delbert, Alphonzo Lewis, William Badgett, Herbert Burks, Vanita Taylor, Lynn Dummett, Loretta Cragett, Curtis ...
The Etymologic Interpreter; Or, an Explanatory and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language. To which is Prefixed an Introduction, Etc (1824)
by Rev. James GILCHRIST (of Newington Green.)
Vanita, It ., Vanidad, Sp., VANITAs from VAN-Us, vain. - There is the same use of tude, ...
by Abbie E. Goldberg
Although, feminist scholars such as Ruth Vanita suggest that, while many fear that LGBTQ identities are a Western export, India's long history of lesbian unions within rural communities unexposed to LGBTQ activism provides evidence that ...
Fourth Edition by Stephen Cushman, Clare Cavanagh, Jahan Ramazani, Paul Rouzer
Vanita finds evidence of women's same-sex love depicted in ancient Sanskrit texts and in early verse representations of lesbianism written and performed by men who cross-dressed as women in the Indian rekhti poetry of the early th c.
Women's Studies Encyclopedia (1999)
by Helen Tierney
Madhu Kishwar and Ruth Vanita (eds.), In Search of Answers: Indian Women's Voices (London, 1984); Barbara D. Miller, The Endangered Sex: Neglect of ...
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