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Tradition and Modernity in Bhakti Movements (International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology)

by J. Lele

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Published by Brill Academic Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hinduism,
  • Sociology, Social Studies,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9075613M
    ISBN 109004063706
    ISBN 109789004063709

      Bhakti Movements in Other Regions: Saiva bhakti flourished in Kashmir in the 14th century. Most prominent of the saiva bhakti saints was a woman, Lal Ded. In Gujarat, bhakti was preached by the vallabha sect of Vallabhacharya and another significant saint, Narsimha Mehta (, or ). Bhakti, as a pathway to God finds many a supporter even in these days of uncertainty and rationality. Further Reading and Links: 1. Tradition and modernity in Bhakti movements‎ - Page 75 (An important Book by Jayant Lele) 2. The Bhakti movement and the status of women: a case study of Virasaivism ‎ - .

    Hinduism - Hinduism - The modern period (from the 19th century): From their small coastal settlements in southern India, the Portuguese promoted Roman Catholic missionary activity and made converts, most of whom were of low caste; the majority of caste Hindus were unaffected. Small Protestant missions operated from the Danish factories of Tranquebar in Tamil Nadu and Serampore in Bengal, but.   The Bhakti movement made Hinduism closer to all sections of helped in consolidation and protection of the religion from disintegration. The deep impact it had on Hinduism can be seen even now as the present form of Hinduism that is prac.

    History of the bhakti tradition Vedic knowledge is carefully passed down from guru to disciple in spiritual lineages called sampradayas. India’s sampradayas carefully protect their traditions of deep spirituality, since any knowledge which is not received from an authorized sampradaya lacks real spiritual benefit. Modernity and the Classical Tradition: Architectural Essays [Colquhoun, Alan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Modernity and the Classical Tradition: Architectural Essays Cited by:


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Tradition and Modernity in Bhakti Movements. Jayant Lele. Brill Archive, i.e., the book 'Leela Charitra' edited by and published by Maharashtra Sahitya Sanskrutik Mandal, Mumbai (first edition ,second edition ); is BANNED by the government itself.

Hence the contents of this article regarding Mahanubhavas are baseless 1/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm. Contents: The Bhakti movement in India / Jayant Lele --Bhakti in early Buddhism / Balkrishna Govind Gokhale --Bhakti or vidroha / Jayashree B.

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Lele. The Bhakti movement refers to the theistic devotional trend that emerged in medieval Hinduism and later acted as the de facto catalyst to the formation and subsequent revolutionization in the form of Sikhism. It originated in eighth-century south India (now Tamil Nadu and Kerala), and spread northwards.

It swept over east and north India from the 15th century onwards, reaching its zenith. Preface The purpose and practice of Varnasrama of Vedic culture in Hindu religion is stated in the Part – I as prescribed in the Vedic tradition going through the Vedic and post vedic literature and how this Varnasrama is retained in the contemporary religio-philosophic movements suiting to the modern context without changing its purpose is discussed in the Part-II of this book The work.

Bhakti (Sanskrit: भक्ति) literally means "attachment, participation, fondness for, homage, faith, love, devotion, worship, purity". It was originally used in Hinduism, referring to devotion and love for a personal god or a representational god by a devotee.

In ancient texts such as the Shvetashvatara Upanishad, the term simply means participation, devotion and love for any endeavor. Lele, Jayant, ed. Tradition and Modernity in Bhakti Movements. Leiden: E. Brill, Though a bit dated, this is the only collection of essays (that I have found) organized around the question of bhakti and modernization.

Particular attention is paid to the Warkari (Maharastra) bhakti movement. Also contains an essay by Hawley on Sur Das.

Bhakti, (Sanskrit: “devotion”) in Hinduism, a movement emphasizing the mutual intense emotional attachment and love of a devotee toward a personal god and of the god for the devotee.

According to the Bhagavadgita, a Hindu religious text, the path of bhakti, or bhakti-marga, is superior to the two. Bhakti movement was never a single movement except in the broad doctrinal sense of a movement which laid emphasis on bhakti and religious equality.

The bhakti movements of medieval India differed in many significant respects from the older South Indian bhakti tradition. Heterogeneity could be noticed even among the bhakti movements which File Size: KB.

Description:This book makes a total departure from some well-established notions about bhakti and the Bhakti movement. It questions and rejects the current academic definition of bhakti and the portrayals of the Bhakti movement in the light of that definition.

Trying to recapture the generic meaning of the term bhakti, the author postulates that bhakti by itself does not suggest any ideational. About The Book The tradition of Bhakti Movement in India is very old, Srimadbhagavatagita and Bhagavatapurana popularised it so much that the other religious cults of India like Buddhism and Jainism were subsequently influenced by it and occupied the mind of the people.

prior to sixteenth century, Bhakti movement pervaded all corner of the country and influenced all other religious movements. This book demonstrates that regime changes in Indonesia did not only pose threats of violence, but also offered opportunities that induced “agency” on the part of Chinese Indonesians to shape their own destinies and that of the country.

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Lele, Jayant (éd.), Tradition and [Modernity in Bhakti Movements: Leiden-É. Brill pp. This book consists of a series of interpretative and historical articles on Tradition and Modernity in Bhakti Movements and is aimed at appreciating the contemporary.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Debate on Tradition and Modernity in India. Yogendra Singh has defined Indian society and its traditions with reference to hierarchy, holism, transmigration or continuity and transcendence. He argues that the Indian society also contains traditions of Islam and tribals.

Prior to Yogendra Singh, the preceding sociologists such as D.P. Mukerji, D.N. Majumdar, M.N. Srinivas, [ ]. Gokhale-Turner Jayashree B. () “Bhakti or Vidroha: Continuity and Change in Dalit Sahitya”.

In: Jayant Lele (eds) Tradition and Modernity in Bhakti Movements. E.J. Brill, Leiden, pp Cited by: 6. Bhakti Movement - Read about Sufism, Alwars, Nayanars. Also know about women saints of Bhakti Movement. The Alvars and Nayanars led some of the earliest bhakti movements (c. sixth century).

Bhakti Movement is a part of NCERT Medieval Indian History. Download Bhakti. view bhakti as "a quietist, system-supportive movement in all its manifestations." Rather we should "search for the liberating moments behind tradition" (p.

It is precisely in these "liberating moments" that Lele wishes to locate the modernity of bhakti, a modernity he associates with its capacity to express a potential community. The Marxist view detaches the Hindu tradition of the Bhakti movement, with its strong spiritual core, from the Indian freedom struggle.

But a closer look at historical facts shows the undeniable Author: Aravindan Neelakandan.About the Book Bhakti movement had been an energizing phenomenon that provided a concrete shape and an identifiable face to the abstractions of Sanskrit scriptures. As counterculture, it embraced into its fold all sections of people breaking the barriers of caste, class, community and gender.Preliminary Material American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Tradition and Modernity in Bhakti Movements.

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