An Exploration of the Ramakrishna Vivekananda Tradition
Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1993 - 86 pages
Contains The Paper Of Prof. Sumit Sarkar On Exploration Of The Ramakrishna Vedantic Traditions - Of Interest To The General Reader As Also Social Historians. Bibliography.
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19th century Bandopadhyay baralok baramanush became become Belur Math Bengal bhadralok bhakti Brahman Brahmos Calcutta Calcutta bhadralok caste catholicity central Chakrabarti chakri child-like clerical clerks colonial conception contrast crucial cult culture Dakshineswar temple dasatya dasya devotees dharma disciples distinct divine doctrinal embodied everyday figure formal forms Gadadhar Gaudiya Gaudiya Vaishnava gender Gupta guru high-caste high-Hindu Hindu Hinduism holy Indian initial Instance Iswara jnana Kali Kaliyuga Kaliyuga literature Kamarpukur kamini kanchan Kartabhaja Kathamrita krishna late 19th century Latu low-caste Mahendranath male middle class middle-aged householders moods mother nationalist oppression pagal parables paradox particularly perhaps plebeian precise Rama Ramakrishna Mission Ramakrishna's conversation Ramakrishna's discourse Ramprasad Rani Rashmoni religion religious remained ritual ritualised rural sacred thread sadhana sadhu saint santan-bhava sanyasis Sarada Debi Sarkar sects Shakta Shudra songs surrender Swadeshi Tantric tensions texts textual theme traditions Vaishnava valorised Vedantic village Vivekananda widows wife women zamindars