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The Hagiographies Of Anantadas

Author : Winnand Callewaert
ISBN : 9781136119941
Genre : Social Science
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Anantadas is the first 'biographer' who, around 1600, wrote about the most popular bhakti poets of the 15th and 16th centuries in Northern India. This critical study of these manuscripts yields a broad spectrum of the linguistic and morphological variants. It also reveals the processes of oral and scribal transmission during this time when sectarian interests appropriated certain poets and changed their 'biographies' accordingly.

Who Invented Hinduism

Author : David N. Lorenzen
ISBN : 8190227262
Genre : Civilization, Hindu
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Who Invented Hinduism? presents ten masterly essays on the history of religious movements and ideologies in India by the eminent scholar of religious studies, David N. Lorenzen. Stretching from a discussion on the role of religion, skin colour and language in distinguishing between the Aryas and the Dasas, to a study of the ways in which contact between Hindus, on the one hand, and Muslims and Christians, on the other, changed the nature of the Hindu religion, the volume asks two principal questions: how did the religion of the Hindus affect the course of Indian history and what sort of an impact did the events of Indian history have on the Hindu religion. The essays cast a critical eye on scholarly Arguments which are based as much on current fashion or on conventional wisdom as on evidence available in historical documents. Taking issue with renowned scholars such as Louis Dumont, Romila Thapar, Thomas Trautmann and Dipesh Chakrabarty on some central conceptions of the religious history of India, Lorenzen establishes alternative positions on the same through a thorough and compelling look at a vast array of literary sources. Touching upon some controversial arguments, this well-timed and insightful volume draws attention to the unavoidably influential role of religion in the history of India, and in doing so, it creates a wider space for further discussion focusing on this central issue.

The Life Of Hinduism

Author : John Stratton Hawley
ISBN : 9780520940079
Genre : Religion
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The Life of Hinduism brings together a series of essays—many recognized as classics in the field—that present Hinduism as a vibrant, truly "lived" religion. Celebrating the diversity for which Hinduism is known, this volume begins its journey in the "new India" of Bangalore, India’s Silicon Valley, where global connections and local traditions rub shoulders daily. Readers are then offered a glimpse into the multifaceted world of Hindu worship, life-cycle rites, festivals, performances, gurus, and castes. The book’s final sections deal with the Hinduism that is emerging in diasporic North America and with issues of identity that face Hindus in India and around the world: militancy versus tolerance and the struggle between owning one’s own religion and sharing it with others. Contributors: Andrew Abbott, Michael Burawoy, Patricia Hill Collins, Barbara Ehrenreich, Evelyn Nakano Glenn, Sharon Hays, Douglas Massey, Joya Misra, Orlando Patterson, Frances Fox Piven, Lynn Smith-Lovin, Judith Stacey, Arthur Stinchcombe, Alain Touraine, Immanuel Wallerstein, William Julius Wilson, Robert Zussman

Devotional Literature In South Asia

Author : Winand M. Callewaert
ISBN : UOM:39015051849985
Genre : Bhakti in literature
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This book contains the reports given at the Eighth Bhakti Conference' organized in Leuven in August 2000. Forty scholars came to Leuven, hailing from fourteen different countries -- from Japan to the west coast of the United States -- each one bringing his or her expertise and experience. Nearly all the reports are published here. In addition, another twenty scholars sent a report or their list of publications. The result is a fascinating overview of the very wide field that Bhakti studies have become, with a list of 1162 books and articles, and reports about Bengali, Braj, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi and Rajasthani literature, lexicography, musicology, Santa literature, Sikhism, Gorakhanath, Kabir, Krishna Bhakti, Lalan Fakir, Mirabai, Ramananda, Surdas, Tulsidas, and many other topics of research. A detailed index makes all this matter easily accessible.

Untouchable Saints

Author : Eleanor Zelliot
ISBN : UVA:X030166700
Genre : Dalits
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This Volume Brings To Light The Phenomenon Of Religious Voices From The Lowest Orders Of Indian Society: Nandanar And Tirupan Alvar In The South; Chokhamela And His Entire Family In Marathi Territory; And, Most Famous Of All, Ravidas In The North. Each Saint Was Born Untouchable And That Fact Is Essential Part Of His And Her Life And Song. The Mixture Of Bhakti Texts And Contemporary Comment Results In An Unusual And Lively Discussion Of An Important Facet Of Indian Religious Life.

Proceedings

Author : Indian History Congress
ISBN : UCBK:C098383506
Genre : History
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Annals Of The Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute Poona

Author : Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute
ISBN : UOM:39015078363341
Genre : India
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With 1918/20-1921/22 are bound Its Report. 1918/19-1921/22.

Kabir Legends And Ananta Das S Kabir Parachai

Author : Professor Centre of Asian and African Studies David N Lorenzen
ISBN : 0791404617
Genre : Religion
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This book represents the first systematic collection and analysis of the principal legends about Kabir Das, a fifteenth-century poet-saint. It focuses on the ways in which the legends embody and reflect the often changing social and religious needs of those who created and listened to them. Particular attention is paid to the earliest known collection of legends, Ananta-das's Kabir Parachai. This book makes available for the first time an English translation of this text, with detailed notes on its variant readings, as well as a corrected Hindi edition based on a comparison of over a dozen manuscripts. The various historical synchronisms between Kabir and his leading contemporaries, including Ramananda and King Virasimhadev Baghel, are reevaluated, and a solution is proposed to the longstanding debate about Kabir's dates.

Seeking Begumpura

Author : Gail Omvedt
ISBN : UOM:39015081838172
Genre : Bhakti
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Study of the socioeconomic perspectives of the eminent anticaste intellectuals; some articles analyze Bhakti movement and Hindu nationalism over a period of five centuries.

Current Contents Arts Humanities

Author : Institute for Scientific Information
ISBN : 01633155
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The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
ISBN : UOM:39015079755644
Genre : Bibliography, National
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The Middle East South Asia Folklore Bulletin

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ISBN : OSU:32435065724593
Genre : Folklore
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Dictionary Of Bhakti

Author : Winand M. Callewaert
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114486520
Genre : Bhakti
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The Millennium Kab?r V?n?

Author : Kabir
ISBN : UOM:39015051637216
Genre : Awadhi poetry
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This Book Is A Collection Of Pad-S Attributed To Kabir Over The Centuries And Sung In Many Parts Of India. It Is Also An Examination Of His Charismatic Personality And Enduring Influence.

Britannica Encyclopedia Of World Religions

Author : Wendy Doniger
ISBN : UOM:49015003313872
Genre : Christianity and other religions
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The Britannica Encyclopedia of World Religions gives students greater insight into the stories behind the headlines by providing in-depth coverage of the religions that shape the world. This authoritative and comprehensive book answers your questions and exposes you to the concepts, movements, people, and events associated with living and ancient religions, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism.

International Bibliography Of Book Reviews Of Scholarly Literature Chiefly In The Fields Of Arts And Humanities And The Social Sciences

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025894572
Genre : Books
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The Sikh Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015078364141
Genre : Sikhism
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From Ancient To Modern

Author : Ishita Banerjee-Dube
ISBN : UOM:39015079335322
Genre : History
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This volume explores different aspects of religion in the context of identity formation and articulation of power. It deals with critical issues like literature, religious practitioners, internal differentiation in the various religious traditions (with emphasis on rebel traditions), caste, class customs, interpretations.

The Hindi Pad?val? Of N?mdev

Author : Nāmadeva
ISBN : UOM:39015040125471
Genre : Hindi poetry
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Namdev, who lived in the 14th century, was one of the greatest saint-poets of Maharashtra. Besides numerous songs in Marathi, tradition ascribes to him songs in Hindi too. According to his 16th century 'biographer' Anantdas, Namdev was the first among the nirgun greats and stood at the threshold of the remarkable religious and poetic movement which later produced men like Kabir, Raidas, Nanak and Dadu. The authors duo have edited and translated of a select number of Namdev's songs, those that are considered as belonging to the oldest strata. An authentic biography of Namdev is also presented.

????? And Her Magic Mirror

Author : Archana Venkatesan
ISBN : UCAL:C3497405
Genre : Bhakti
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