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by David N. Lorenzen

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  • Author: David N. Lorenzen
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Legends and Ananta-Das's Kabir Parachai by David N. Lorenzen This book represents the first systematic collection and analysis of the principal.

by. David N. Lorenzen. This book represents the first systematic collection and analysis of the principal legends about Kabir Das, a fifteenth-century poet-saint. It focuses on the ways in which the legends embody and reflect the often changing social and religious needs of those who created and listened to them.

Items related to Kabir Legends and Ananta-Das s Kabir Parachai, With. Bibliographic Details. Title: Kabir Legends and Ananta-Das s Kabir. Publisher: State Univ of New York Press, 1991, Publication Date: 1991.

Contents A Note on Transliteration Preface Part I: The Legends Chapter 1. Legends and History Chapter 2. The Kabir Parachai Cycle Chapter 3. Other Legends Part II: Ananta-Das's Kabir Parachai Chapter 4. The Text of the Kabir Parachai Chapter 5. A Translation of the Kabir.

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Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991. xiv, 268 pp. Kenneth E. Bryant (a1). University of British Columbia. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 March 2010. Export citation Request permission.

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David N. Lorenzen is a Professor at El Colegio de Mexico in Mexico City.

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Philosophy East and West 43 (1):156-157 (1993). Similar books and articles. Ram Kumar Varma - 1977 - Prints India. The Dialogues of Kabir. J. Krishnamurti and Sant Kabir: A Study in Depth. Science, Philosophy and Culture Essays Presented in Honour of Humayun Kabir's Sixty-Second Birthday. F. R. Moraes & Humayun Kabir - 1968 - Asia Publishing House. Kabir Biography and Philosophy. B. K. Narayan & Rajeev Sawhney - 1998. Sharan Malhotra - 2000. dhåaåi Åakhara Sadguru Kabåira Såahaba Kåi Chaòthåi Janma-'Satåi Para Prakåa'sita. Rohit Mehta - 1990 - Motilal Banarsidass Publishers. Lorenzen received his doctorate in the History of Indian Religions from the Australian National University in. .Kabir legends and Ananta-das's Kabir Parachai (1991). Praises to a formless god: Nirguṇī texts from North India (1996). Lorenzen received his doctorate in the History of Indian Religions from the Australian National University in 1968 where he studied with the historian A. L. Basham (Arthur Llewellyn Basham). Before that he was in India on a Junior Fellowship from the American Institute of Indian Studies (1965-1966), studied ancient Indian history at the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London (1962-1965), and did his undergraduate studies at Wesleyan University (Connecticut).

This book represents the first systematic collection and analysis of the principal legends about Kabir Das, a fifteenth-century poet-saint. It focuses on the ways in which the legends embody and reflect the often changing social and religious needs of those who created and listened to them. Particular attention is paid to the earliest known collection of legends, Ananta-das’s Kabir Parachai. This book makes available for the first time an English translation of this text, with detailed notes on its variant readings, as well as a corrected Hindi edition based on a comparison of over a dozen manuscripts. The various historical synchronisms between Kabir and his leading contemporaries, including Ramananda and King Virasimhadev Baghel, are reevaluated, and a solution is proposed to the longstanding debate about Kabir’s dates.

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