Hindu Gods in West Africa: Ghanaian Devotees of Shiva and Krishna
In Hindu Gods in West Africa, Wuaku offers an analytical account of the histories, beliefs and practices of the Hindu Monastery of Africa and the Radha Govinda Temple, two of Ghana's emmerging Hindu Temples.
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Chapter One Ghanas Hindu Religious Landscape
Chapter Two The Hindu Monastery of Africa
Rituals of the Hindu Monastery of Africa
Chapter Four The Sri RadhaGovinda Temple Tradition
Krishna Devotion in Ghana
Chapter Six Spreading Krishna and Shiva Worship in Ghana
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