India-Mexico: Similarities and Encounters Throughout History
This book brings together fourteen articles by prominent historians, philosophers, anthropologists and scientists from India and Mexico, analysing the similarities and interactions between the two countries. This interaction has been facilitated by diplomatic and cultural relations. Notable examples include the manner in which Mexican mural art has deeply influenced the works of Satish Gujral, a student of Diego Rivera and David Alfero Siquerios. The poet Octavio Paz, who was an ambassador of Mexico to India, imbibed the essence and imagery of Mahayana Buddhism in his poetry.
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