Vaiṣṇavī: Women and the Worship of Krishna
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1996 - Hindu women saints - 301 pages
This volume explores the delicate subject of gender and religion with honesty and charity-focusing on one of mankind`s earliest and most textually-rich religious traditions, Vaishnavism. Steven J. Rosen has brought together eight essays by leading academics poets and practitioners who shed light on the lives and teaching of specific female saints throughtout history.
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