Tradition and Modernity in Bhakti Movements

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Jayant Lele
Brill Archive, 1981 - Religion - 160 pages
 

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REVOLT OF THE UNDERPRIVILEGED BY BHLACHANDRA NEMAD.
This research article contains some misappropriation about Mahanubhav sect. The reference taken for this article, i.e., the book 'Leela
Charitra' edited by V.B.Kolte and published by Maharashtra Sahitya Sanskrutik Mandal, Mumbai (first edition 1978,second edition 1982); is BANNED by the government itself. Hence the contents of this article regarding Mahanubhavas are baseless.
The statement that our lord Shri Charadhar was killed in 1276, is WRONG. He was not killed and he still prevails.
The image created that our panth has become 'a pale reflection of itself' is contradicting to what we are today. Mahanubhavas and Warkaris cannot be compared as we have different principles and idealism of our panths.
Hence i would like to draw your attention that contents of this research article are highily objectionable in the eyes of law as it is hurting the feelings of all the Mahanubhavas.It is advisable to omit all the contents related to Mahanubhavas in this article.
 

Contents

BALKRISHNA GOVIND GOKHALE Bhakti in Early Buddhism
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Darsan in
43
Reflections on the Uses of Discepant Symbols
72
David KINSLEY Devotion as an Alternative to Marriage in the Lives
83
K KLOSTERMAIER Will Indias Past be Americas Future? Reflections
94
Style
113
JOSEPH T OCONNELL Gaudiya Vaisnava Symbolism of Deliverance
124
Two Bhakti Modes
136
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