Mysticism in Maharashtra: Indian Mysticism
"This book analyses and evaluates the mystical trends observable in the writings of mystics in Medieval India with particular emphasis on the mystics of Maharashtra. We get a fair idea of the spiritual heaven introduced into Indian thought by the writers such as Ramananda, Kabir, Gauranga, Jnanesvara, Namadeva, Ekanatha, Tukarama, Ramadasa and others. The list exhausts all types of mysticism that are known to exist. The book is rather a study of comparative mysticism and it draws striking parallelism between the mystics of Maharashtra and the Western mystics like Plotinus, Eckhart, Dante and others."
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Mysticism in Maharashtra
Atman p 384 18 The cosmological argument for the existence
vari p 40 17 The Samadhi at Apcgaon and the Samadhi
The Abhangas of Namadeva and Contemporary Saints
Tukaramas Mystical Career
Tukaramas Mystical Teaching
General Review and Conclusion
A.D. Sake Abhangas Absolute actionlessness actions Alandl Amritanubhava Apegaon Arjuna Atman attained become Bhagavadgita Bhagavata Bhakti bliss body Brahman ceases Chahgadeva Chapter darkness death desire deva devotee disciple dispassion divine egoism Ekanatha existence eyes feet filled fire flowers fruit give God's name goes grace Guru hand happiness heart ignorance intellect Janabai Janardana Jfianadeva Jnana Jnanadeva Jnanesvara Jnanesvara tells Kirtana knowledge Krishna light Lingam live Mahanubhavas Maharashtra meditation merely mind misery moon move Muktabai mystical mystical experience Namadeva Narada nectar never Nivritti Nivrittinatha object ocean Pandharpur path penance philosophical Prakriti Purusha qualities Ramadasa reach realisation regards sacrifice sage Saints Samadhi Sampradaya Samsara says Namadeva says Tuka senses similarly Siva Sivaji soul speak spiritual teacher temple Thee things Thou tion tree Tukarama Upanishads utter vanishes Vedas verily virtues vision Vitthala whole world words worldly worship Yoga
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