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Bhakti religion of north India: community identity and political action, Albany 1995
by Lorenzen, David N (ed.)


 

ISBN: 9788173041716

Manohar Publishers & Distributors, Reprint: New Delhi

Pub. Year: 1996

Pages, ills, maps etc.,
x,331p., ind., 23cm

RS. 500.00 Hardcover

Note: Postage will be charged as actual.
Other books written / edited by: Lorenzen David N
Series: SUNY Series in Religious Studies
(i) The making of a religious paradox: Sikh Khalsa Sahajdhari as modes of early Sikh identity (ii) Sanskritization, caste uplift, and social dissidence in the Sant Ravidas Panth (iii) The theology of locative case in sacred Sikh scripture (Gurabani) (iv) The nirgun/sagun distinction in early manuscript anthologies of Hindu devotion (v) Interpreting Ramraj: reflections on the Ramayana, bhakti, and hindu nationalism (vi) Social identities, Hindu fundamentalism, and politics in India.;;
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Religion: Hinduism
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