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The Abode of Mahashiva - Cults and Symbology in Jaunsar-Bawar in the Mid-Himalayas

 
Madhu Jain (Author)
Synopsis In the present study, the cultic manifestations of Mahashiva with its complex structure of symbology have been discovered and analysed in a broader spatio-temporal format. Besides this, other cults, antiquated and living, have also been critically studied. It is hoped that the present study will go a long way in enhancing our knowledge about the cultural traditions of this remote central Himalayan segment and significantly contribute towards the better understanding of the people of this region and their socio-cultural traditions in a more objective manner. This book is the first ever work on the religio-cultural systems and their aesthetic manifestations. It is hoped that it will pave way for further research on this region in the coming days.
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About the author

Madhu Jain

Madhu Jain was educated at Connecticut College in the United States, following which she did her master’s in literature from Delhi University and studied French literature at the Sorbonne in Paris. In the seventies she worked as a reporter for the Statesman, moving towards the end of the decade to Sunday magazine to write on politics, foreign affairs and culture. She was also the New Delhi correspondent with the French national daily, La Croix, for a decade before she joined India Today in 1986, where she remained until 2000. Since then she has written for several publications, including Outlook and the Hindu, on contemporary life, art and cinema. She has curated two art exhibitions – Kitsch Kitsch Hota Hai on kitsch and the contemporary imagination and the other on the painter Viswanadhan. Madhu Jain lives in Delhi with her physicist husband Krishna Jain. They have two children.

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Title The Abode of Mahashiva - Cults and Symbology in Jaunsar-Bawar in the Mid-Himalayas
Author Madhu Jain
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1995
Edition 1st. Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173870306
length 199, 31 Plates, 27 Illus.