1989 Fiscal Year Final Research Report Summary
Survey of Cultural Interaction in Asianized India
Grant-in-Aid for Overseas Scientific Survey.
|Allocation Type||Single-year Grants |
|Research Institution||National Museum of Ethnology |
NAGANO Yasuhiko National Museum of Ethnology (Assoc. Prof.), 1研, 助教授 (50142013)
EINOO Shingo National Museum of Ethnology (Assoc. Prof.), 3研, 助教授 (40140959)
TACHIKAWA Musashi Nagoya University (Prof., Faculty of Letters), 文学部, 教授 (00022369)
IKARI Yasuke Kyoto University (Prof., Institute of Studies of Humanities), 人文研, 教授 (40142012)
ISHII Horoshi Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Assoc. Prof., Institute of Languages & Cult, AA研, 助教授 (90014513)
KITAMURA Hajime Reitaku University (Prof., Department of Foreign Languages), 外国語学部, 教授 (80014455)
|Project Period (FY)
1988 – 1989
|Keywords||cultural dynamics / Aryan cultures / cultural complex / Asianized India / Sanskritization / サンスクリット化|
Asianized India is known as a multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society, and its complex structure of cultures characterizes that concept. In order to consider the structures and processes of its complexity there, we have two possible approaches: one is "Asianized India' which means congestion of aboriginal elements by upper-class cultures, and the other "Sanskritization" which stands for imitation of Sanskrit cultures by folks.
In this research, we aimed at cumulating and modeling of materials of cultural complexity in the Gangis area of India, Nepal and China, where the dynamics mentioned above is typically observed.
Through the two-year research done, we accomplished to collect original data of importance on the actual dynamics of linguistic, anthropological and religious aspects.
Research Products (8 results)