Colonialism, Modernity, and Religious Identities: Religious Reform Movements in South Asia
This volume explores the changing relationship between religion and the socio-political context, the roles of specific religious movements, and the lives and contributions of individuals.
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Idolatry Syncretism and Antisyncretism in Hindu Reform
How Favourable is Puritan Islam to Modernity?
Continuity and Change in Womens Role in IndoMuslim
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Ahl-i Hadls Ashrama Asian Aurobindo Bangalore Bengal Bombay British Calcutta centre colonial culture Dayanand Delhi Devi Devimahatmya discourse elite European example goddess groups Guru Hindu Hinduism identity India Indian art interpretation Islam Kali Karnataka Kotah Lahore modern mosque movement Muhammad Multan Muslim Mysore Narayana Nataraja nationalist nineteenth century orientalism orientalists Oxford University Press Pakistan political preaching Punjab puritan Ramakrishna Ravi Varma reform religion religious Riexinger role Sahajanand sajjada nashins Samaj Sanskrit Saundarya Lahari scholars Shankara shrines social society South Asia spiritual Sufi Swami Vivekananda Swaminarayan syncretism Tablighi Jama'at tradition Tyabji Vedanta Vedas Vivekananda 1989 Vivekaprana Western women worship