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by Karine Schomer,W. D. McLeod

eBook The Sants: Studies in a Devotional Tradition of India download ISBN: 0961220805
Author: Karine Schomer,W. D. McLeod
Publisher: South Asia Books (December 1, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 472
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Category: Religious
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Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Devotional tradition of India.

Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Devotional tradition of India. Rubrics: Bhakti Hinduism History. ISBN: 3631495269 Author: Bernhard, Armin.

McLeod places Nanak in the Sant tradition that included Kabir, and states that their fundamental doctrines were .

McLeod places Nanak in the Sant tradition that included Kabir, and states that their fundamental doctrines were reproduced by Nanak Kabir's poetry today. Lorenzen 1991, pp. 12-18.

Karine Schomer, W. H. McLeod. Motilal Banarsidass Publ. 1987 - Bhakti - 472 pages. Sants and the Sant Tradition in the Context of Overseas. 13. Santism as the Universal Path to Sanctity.

Is Indian secularism the Indian version of a universal conceptual category-secularism in India-with its own . See Karine Schomer and W. McLeod, ed. The Saints: Studies in a Devotional Tradition of India (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1987).

See Karine Schomer and W. 35. Donald E. Smith, India as a Secular State (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1963), 7. oogle Scholar.

in The Sants: Studies in a Devotional Tradition of India, ed. by Karine Schomer and .

Berkeley: Religious Studies Series; Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1987, pp 91-109.

The Nath tradition was also influenced by Bhakti movement saints such as Kabir, Namdev and Jnanadeva. The Sants: Studies in a Devotional Tradition of India. Karine Schomer; W. McLeod (1987)

The Nath tradition was also influenced by Bhakti movement saints such as Kabir, Namdev and Jnanadeva. pp. 217–221 with footnotes. ISBN 978-81-208-0277-3. McLeod (1987). 36–38 with footnotes.

Berkeley: Berkeley Religious Studies Series; Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1987). 67. "The Good and Evil Shepherd

Berkeley: Berkeley Religious Studies Series; Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1987). "The Good and Evil Shepherd. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1987. 68. "Agony and Apostasy.

In: Karine Schomer, McLeod . eds) The Sants: Studies in a Devotional Tradition of India. 1996) The Alchemical Body: Siddha Traditions in Medieval India. University of Chicago Press, ChicagoGoogle Scholar. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, pp 21–46Google Scholar. Vaudeville, Charlotte. The Shaiva-Vaishnava Synthesis in Maharashtrian Santism. In Karine Schomer and . The Sants: Studies in a Devotional Tradition of India, 215–28. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

Karine Schomer; W. McLeod (1 January 1987). P. 126 A History of Hindu Civilsation during british Rule By Pramatha Nath Bose. 48 A History of Indian Literature, 500-1399: From Courtly to the Popular By Sisir Kumar Das. ^

Karine Schomer; W. 2–3. ^ Jacqueline Jones (2009). ^ P. 355 Awakening Indians to India (Paperback) By Compiled.

The books central focus is the Sant tradition of North India, whose major figure is Kabir and out of which the Sikh religion evolved. In the first section, the Sants are placed within the broader context of Indian religious history. The second section deals with Hindi and Marathi Sant literature, poetics, and textual history. The third section examine some of the organized communities that have evolved out of the teachings and followings of the Sants.
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Risa
If you have an interest on the subject of the "Sants", such as Kabir, Raidas, Nanak, Surdas , Tulsidas. and Tukaram, this book has in depth information.

Note that this is not an "easy read", as it is a scholary book on the subject.

Karin Schomer, the editor, did a great job in putting together such a unique resource.
Beazerdred
A prolific collection written by dedicated authors and scolars of indian traditions. This book fulfills a need of gathering and comparing elements of the medieval Indian society of holy men. Frontispiece contains a beautiful illustration.