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Images of Kabir

 
Monika Horstmann (Editor)
Synopsis Kabir is a vital presence in India. Of late, scholarship has especially addressed the question of his impact on society at large and its various cultural components. How do people express their own conditions and feelings through recourse to Kabir? How do contemporary thinkers relate to him? How does he challenge contemporary writers? Does he still scandalize us or has his work become a purely academic or aesthetic issue? In tackling such questions, the distinction between the seemingly objective position of scholars and the subjective position of creative writers and social activists are often blurred, as is shown by several contributions in this volume. Alongside these are papers of textual scholarship engaging in the history of the transmission of Kabir’s work. The volume unites articles of scholars, critics, and creative writers. It represents the proceedings of an international symposium entitled ‘The Six-Hundredth Anniversary of Kabir’, held at Heidelberg in 1999.
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About the author

Monika Horstmann

Monika Horstmann (Monika Boehm-Tettlbach) is Professor of Modern South Asian Studies at the South Asia Insittute, University of Heidelberg. She has specialized in North Indian bhakti religion in its historical dimensions. Her books include an edited volume, Bhakti in Current Research, 1979-1982 (1983); Crossing the Ocean of Existence: Braj Bhasa Religious Poetry from Rajasthan (1983); Dadu: Lieder (1991), and In Favour of Govinddevji: Historical documents relating to a deity of Vrindaban and Eastern Rajasthan (1999).

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Title Images of Kabir
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173044635
length vii+248p., Index; 23cm