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THE CLAY FEET?

M. S. Mate
Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute
Vol. 49 (1990), pp. 243-249
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42930293
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THE CLAY FEET?
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Abstract

To the late Professor Sankalia, no tradition, no axiom, howsoever deeply entrenched, was sacrosanct. He believed that one has to question everything, for, that was according to him, the only way to arrive at the truth. The present paper undertakes precisely the same exercise. It was under preparation for the last six months and the author was anxious to get Sankalia's opinion about it; unfortunately, that could not be. Had he seen it, he would have either applauded it or taken up cudgels on behalf of the science for which he was born. Either way it would have led to enlightenment. Now it has to be published without the benefit of his advice. But it has to be published, for, the author believes that certain things have to be said, howsoever unpleasant and controversial they seem to be.

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