Tyāgarāja and the Renewal of Tradition: Translations and Reflections
Tyagaraja 1767-1947 is the most celebrated of South Indian musician saints. This book explores some of the growth processes, the transmission patterns and the cultural creativity involved in South Indian bhakti traditions, using examples of Tyagaraja`s life story, songs and social signigicance as case studies.
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Introduction to Tyagarājas Naukā Caritram
Tyāgarājas Naukā Caritram within the Cultural
EARLY BIOGRAPHIES OF TYAGARAJA
LATER BIOGRAPHIES OF TYAGARAJA
TYAGARAJAS HAGIOGRAPHY IN WIDER
THE SPREAD OF TYAGARAJAS FAME
REFLECTIONS ON TYAGARĀJA AND TRADITION
TRADITION AND TYAGARĀJA TODAY
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