What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Ramakrishna and Vivekananda
History of the Ramakrishna Movement
The Colonial Ethos
6 other sections not shown
according to Spratt Advaita Vedanta aimed Arya Samaj awakening became Bengal bhadralok Bhakti Brahmo Samaj British paternalism British rule Calcutta caste cathect Chandra Christianity colonial encounter colonial ethos colonial experience created crisis Dayananda denigration Desai Dharma disciples doctrine economic elites Embree emerged English eventually factors felt Gadadhar Gandhi Geertz grandiose hero Hindu idiom Hinduism ideal ideas identity ideological impact India Indian culture Indian nationalism Indian society industrial intellectual intelligentsia Islam jajmani system Kakar Kali Karma Yoga Keshub Chandra Sen key symbols leaders liberalism Macauleyism missionary activity modern Moksha moral mother Muslims narcissistic Naren nationalist sentiments Nehru nineteenth century Orientalism orthodox political poverty psychoanalytic psychological Ramakrishna Mission reform religion religious result Roland role salient schismogenesis sense Siva socio-economic socio-religious movements spiritual Spratt argues Swami Vivekananda Tagore Theosophy traditional transformation understand Upanishads uplift utilized Vedanta philosophy Vedas village Vivekananda's rhetoric West Western worship