Correspondence

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State of the document: underscores by JC.
In this letter Daniélou comments Jacques Bosc's thesis project and gives him some useful advice in order to proceed whit this work. 


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State of the documents: underscores by JC.
A letter sent by Daniélou to Jacques Lennoz on the Egyptian music of the period of the pharaohs.


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State of the document: underscores by JC.
A letter sent by Daniélou to Professor Leonardo Mattioli dealing with the effectiveness of the Savart's system in music.


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State of the document: Remarks by JC.
A letter by Daniélou to Michel Monereau where he affirms the lack of Shivaite teaching centers in Europe and explains the reasons of this absence.


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State of the document: underscores by JC.
Letter sent by Daniélou to Christine Simouin concerning Alain Daniélou's piano arrangements of some Rabindranath Tagore's melodies.


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State of the document: Remarks by JC.
A letter by Daniélou to Dominique Devie dealing whit the consideration of homosexuality both in a Judaeo-Christian tradition, considered degenerated by Alain Daniélou, and in the religions which he defines authentics (Shamanisme, Shivaism etc.).


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State of the document: remarks by JC.
A letter from Danélou to Arion Rosu concerning the use of music in folk remedies.


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State of the document: remarks by JC.
In this letter to Maurice Fleuret, Daniélou expresses his distrust towards religions and his disagreement in reducing politics issues in religious questions. 


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State of the document: underscores by JC.
In this letter Alain Daniélou warns Didier Durand about the difficulty to reach, in the context of the contemporary India, real indian culture and real indian way of life.


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State of the document: underscores by JC.
A letter sent by Alain Daniélou to Jean-Louis Halley dealing with the problem of the concepts of society in different cultures.
According to Daniélou thought, the Indian conception of society, which keep separated the different social layers, creates less inequality than the european one which tries to level out the different parts of society.