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eBook Stories of Indian Saints (Parts I  II, Bound in One) Translation of Mahipati`s Marathi Bhaktavijaya (v. 1  2) download ISBN: 8120804694
Author: Justin E. Abbott,N.R. Godbole
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass; 1999 edition (July 29, 2014)
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An English translation of Bhaktavijaya, originally written by Mahipati around 1762, was published under the provisions of the will of Justin E. Abbott in 1933. Stories of Indian Saints: An English Translation of Mahipati's BhaktiVijaya, Volume 1. Motilal Banarasidass Publishers.

An English translation of Bhaktavijaya, originally written by Mahipati around 1762, was published under the provisions of the will of Justin E. Mahipati Well in Taharabad. Mahipati Memorial in Taharabad. Mahipati Temple in Taharabad. Mahipati Paduka ( Ceremonial Sandals) in Taharabad. Lutgendorf, Philip (2007). pp. Chapter 9, 34–45.

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The Present book is an English translation of Mahipati's Marathi poem Bhakta-Vijaya which records the legends .

Thus we have the record of different saints - Jayadeva, Jnanadeva, Namadeva, Ramananda, Tulasidasa, Kabir, Suradasa, Narsi Mehta and Guru Nanakadeva. Bhaktavijaya is a classic dealing mainly with the Maharashtra saints and also of a few others belonging to North India like Jayadeva and Kabir. In this weighty volume two parts are contained with Appendices of words, names and index for ready reference.

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Stories of Indian Saints book. Stories of Indian Saints: Translation of Mahipati's Marathi Bhaktavijaya. collection of stories, documents on early bhakti, devotional movements, and Indian saints, medieval period India.

Stories of Indian saints. English translation of Mahipati's Marathi Bhaktavijaya. Translated from Marathi. Originally published: Poona : . 2 v. (The poet saints of Maharashtra ; no. 9-10). Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Published 1982 by Motilal Banarsidass, 1982. Hindu saints, Legends, Marathi Poets, Poetry, Saints. Poet-Saints of Mahārāshtra - no. 9-10.

Stories of Indian Saints Volume I+II (in one book) is the translation of the Indian classic by Mahapati’s Marathi, Bhaktavihaya. Mahipati was a Brahman born in Ahmednagar in 1715

Stories of Indian Saints Volume I+II (in one book) is the translation of the Indian classic by Mahapati’s Marathi, Bhaktavihaya. Mahipati was a Brahman born in Ahmednagar in 1715. He became interested in the lives of those who had given up their secular lives and he began to collect and write down the biographies of the Bhaktas (those who with love and devotion worships God).

by Justin E. Abbott/ . Godbole · data of the book Stories of Indian Saints. by: Justin E. Abbott · . ISBN: 978-81-208-0469-2. ISBN-10: 81-208-0469-4. Motilal Banarsidass · 2014.

Translation of Mahipati’s Marathi. I & II (bound in one). Delhi–Varanasi–Patna–Bangalore–Madras (reprint), 1988. An Introduction by . Sant kavaitrī Janābāī. Object of worship as a free choice: Viṭhobā (god), Dnyanesvar (saint), the Dnyanesvari (book), or samadhi (grave)? Objects of Worship in South Asian Religions: Forms, practices and meanings. Ed. by Knut A. Jakobsen, Mikael Aktor, and Kristina L. Myrvold. Routledge, pp. 109–128.

Thus we have the record of different saints - Yayadeva, Jnanadeva, Namadeva, Ramananda, Tulasidasa, Kabir, Suradasa, Narsi Mehta and Guru Nanakadeva.

The present book is an English translation of Mahipati's Marathi poem Bhakta-Vijaya which records the legends of Indian saints, irrespective of their difference in caste, community, creed, language and place of origin. Thus we have the record of different saints - Yayadeva, Jnanadeva, Namadeva, Ramananda, Tulasidasa, Kabir, Suradasa, Narsi Mehta and Guru Nanakadeva. A lot of information is available on Ekanath-the greatest scholar-philosopher-saint-poet-cum-social reformer and the towering personalities Tukaram and Ramadasa. It also records the miraculous and fascinating legends of several saints, how they spread the Bhakti cult, how they struggled against discrimination between man and man and how they tried to uproot the malpractices which prevailed in the name of Religion in those days.