The key paper by Prof. G.N. Sharma, the founder Director of the Centre, who also inaugurated the Seminar, sets the pace. He underlines the trends of religious movements in Rajasthan, interaction between classical and folk religions and the socio-religious reform movements of modern times.
Mr. Vijay Kumar tries to reconstruct briefly the religious beliefs in the pre-historic and proto-historic Rajasthan by synthesising multiple archaeological data, especially the themes and contents of newly discovered painted rock-shelters. My own paper 'Early Footprints of Bhagavatism in Rajasthan' seeks not only to document the literary and archaeological data from Rajasthan related to Bhagavatism but tries to understand it in the light of movements of peoples and tribes from the Haryana, Punjab and Mathura regions. Prof. B.D. Chattopadhyaya’s paper is a new attempt altogether to understand the dynamic process of integrative nature of Indian culture.
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