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Baha 'u' llah: A Talkathon

Som Ranchan (Author)
Synopsis Som Ranchan, known for his interdisciplinary ranging in the fields of literature, literary criticism, philosophy, religion, mythology, folklore, psychology and therapy, is a poet par excellence who has authored epic poems on Christ, Mother Shharda, Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Krishna, Sri Aurobindo and Manjushri. In Baha’u’llah he has stepped out of mainstream traditioin and taken on the Semitic Prophetic tradition as emblematized in the Baha ‘i’ Prophet.
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About the author

Som Ranchan

Som Ranchan (born in Lahore in 1932), professor , poed, therapist, folklorist, critic, and aphorist, has been professor of English & American literature in the U.S.A. and India. He was Head Department of English, H.P. University for over a decade, where he held several other positions such as Dean of Arts, Social Sciences and Languages for varying spells. Ranchan has been the recipient of prestigious fellowships such s Fulbright. Hazen, University of Wisconsin and Indian Institute of Advanced Study.

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Title Baha 'u' llah: A Talkathon
Author Som Ranchan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173412995
length x+111p., 21cm.