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by Guy L. Beck

  • ISBN: 0791464164
  • Category: History
  • Author: Guy L. Beck
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SUNY Press (June 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 233 pages
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These wide-ranging, alternative visions of Krishna include the Tantric Krishna of Bengal, Krishna in urban women's rituals, Krishna as monogamous husband and younger brother in Braj, Krishna in Jainism, Krishna in Marathi tradition, Krishna in South India, and the Krishna of nineteenth-century reformed Hinduism.

Going beyond the standard depictions of Krishna in the epics, this book uses regional and vernacular sources to present a wide range of Krishna traditions

Going beyond the standard depictions of Krishna in the epics, this book uses regional and vernacular sources to present a wide range of Krishna traditions. Krishna-widely venerated and adored in the Hindu tradition-is a deity of many aspects. An ancient manifestation of the Supreme God Vishnu.

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Krishna widely venerated and adored in the Hindu tradition is a deity of many aspects. An ancient manifestation of the Supreme God Vishnu, or the Godhead itself, Krishna is the bringer of Yoga philosophy and the creator of the universe, the destroyer of evil tyrants, and the hero of the epic Mahabharata. These wide-ranging, alternative visions of Krishna include the Tantric Krishna of Bengal, Krishna in urban women's rituals, Krishna as monogamous husband and younger brother in Braj, Krishna in Jainism, Krishna in Marathi tradition, Krishna in South India, and the Krishna of nineteenth-century reformed Hinduism.

David R. Kinsley (1986), Hindu Goddesses: Visions of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Tradition, University of. Beck, Guy L. (2005). Albany, . : State University of New York Press. Kinsley (1986), Hindu Goddesses: Visions of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Tradition, University of California Press, ISBN 978-0520053939, pages 6-8. ^ a b William Joseph Wilkins, Hindu Mythology: Vedic and Purānic, p. 8, at Google Books, London Missionary Society, Calcutta. pp. p. 68. ISBN 0-7914-6415-6.

Chapter 1.  Introduction GUY L. BECK. Krishna is the name of one of the most popular and beloved deities in the Hindu pantheon.

p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-7914-6415-6 (Hardcover : alk. paper) 1. Krishna (Hindu deity)-Cult. 2. Hinduism-Customs and practices. I. Beck, Guy . 1948– BL1220. A57 2005 29. '512-dc22. Chapter 1. The many intriguing and delightful features of this divine character match with one of the literal meanings of his name, all-attractive.

Graham M. Schweig, "Krishna: The Intimate Deity", in Bryant and Ekstrand, p. 14. ^ Lavezzoli 2006, p. 18. ed. 186. ^ Cole & Dwyer 2007, pp. 31–32. Greene 2006, pp. 148, 198–199. Lavezzoli 2006, pp. 194–195. Bryant, Edwin . Ekstrand, Maria, eds. (2004).

Going beyond the standard depictions of Krishna in the epics, this book uses regional and vernacular sources to present a wide range of Krishna traditions.

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