Vol XXII features three translations, an article on temple architecture in the Tamil diaspora, and an interview with Indrani Chatterjee. Look below our translations for source texts in Telugu, Urdu, and Nepali (only available online).

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Sagar: A South Asia Research Journal was established in 1993 and is published annually by The South Asia Institute at the University of Texas at Austin. Sagar publishes innovative academic writings in the humanities and social sciences of South Asia, as well as critical translations of texts from South Asian languages to English.

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