Sacred Songs of India, Volume 9

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Abhinav Publications, 1996 - Devotional poetry, Indic - 278 pages
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The Sacred Songs Of India Vol. Ix. Like Its Predecessor Volumes. Encompasses Selections From The Life Work Of Ten Mystic Poet-Saint-Musicians Of India. The Poet-Saint-Musicians Included In This Volume Lived Between The 5Th Century And The 20Th Century A. D. And Came From Such Diverse Regions As Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Assam, Punjaband Bengal. They Are Karaikkal Ammaiyar, Famous Woman-Saint Of Tamil Nadu, Pattinattar, The Saivite Saint, Also From Tamil Nadu, Who Turned From A Wealthy Trader To A Recluse, Vedanta Desikan, The Famous Vaishnavite Poet Saint, Who Passoionately Spread The Teachings Of Ramanuja, Jana Bai, The Maharashtra Woman Saint. They Sang In Different Languages: Tamil, Sanskrit, Marathi, Assamese, Punjabi And Bengali. But All Of Them Sang Of The Galory Of God. Sacred Songs Of India, Volume Nine, Will Be A Valuable Repertoire For All Artistes And A Useful Reference Source For Indological Scholars.
 

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
9
KEY TO TRANSLITERATION AND PRONUNCIATION
10
INTRODUCTION
11
1 SONGS OF KARAIKKAL AMMAIYAR
15
2 SONGS OF PATTINATTAR
39
3 SONGS OF VEDANTA DESIKAN
63
4 SONGS OF JANA BAI
87
5 SONGS OF SANKARADEVA
111
6 SONGS OF GURU TEGH BAHADUR
149
7 SONGS OF BULLEH SHAH
173
8 SONGS OF ABHIRAMI BHATTAR
199
9 SONGS OF SWAMI VIVEKANANDA
223
10 SONGS OF HARIKESANALLUR MUTHIAH BHAGAVATAR
253
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