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The Epic of Pabuji

John D. Smith (Author)
Synopsis Pabuji, a medieval Rajput hero from the deserts of Marwar, is widely worshipped as a folk-deity capable of protecting against ill fortune. The principal form of worship entails the night-long singing of Pabuji's deeds by bard-priests or bhopos. This takes place in front of a long painted cloth, or par, which functions as the temple of the deity and depicts those same deeds. This chronicles the epic narrative in English free verse as well as interesting details about the words, the music and the part itself.
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About the author

John D. Smith

PROFESSOR SMITH teaches Sanskrit in the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge. A researcher of Hindu mythology and epic narrative, he is now working on a scholarly abridged translation of the Mahabharata.

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Title The Epic of Pabuji
Author John D. Smith
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Katha
Language: English
isbn 8187649836
length 183p.