|Title:||Devoted to the Goddess: The Life and Work of Ramprasad (SUNY series in Hindu Studies)|
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In this book, Malcolm McLean examines the evidence for the life of Ramprasad, and finding little in the historical record, deconstructs the important early biographics, which contain material that is largely legendary in nature. A founder figure emerges whose life, modeled on that of the earlier saint, Caitanya, became a rallying point for his followers.
Devoted to the Goddess The Life and Work of Ramprasad. Malcolm McLean - Author. SUNY series in Hindu Studies. Release Date: February 1998. Examines the legendary life and poetic works of Ramprasad, the eighteenth-century Bengali devotee of the Goddess, whose songs were influential in his own time and remain popular today. The author presents a brief, original interpretation of one of the most important, but least studied (in English) devotees of the Goddess. The book includes copious new translations (the best and most extensive in English, so far as I know). It is well informed, based on impressive familiarity with primary and secondary sources in Bengali and with postmodern discourse, but it wears its scholarship lightly.
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Devoted to the Goddess book. An analysis of In this book, Malcolm McLean examines the evidence for the life of Ramprasad, and finding little in the historical record, deconstructs the important early biographics, which contain material that is largely legendary in nature. A founder figure emerges whose "life, " modeled on that of the earlier saint, Caitanya, became a rallying point for his followers.
SUNY series in Hindu studies. Devoted to the Goddess : the life and work of Ramprasad, Malcolm McLean.
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Malcolm McLean leads us into an investigation of the life and work of Ramprasad with this very historical question. He responds to the question by questioning the assumptions imbedded in the question itself, and with the aid of deconstructive techniques of literary criticism creates a new interpretation and understanding of the Sakta saint and his songs. McLean advances three main theses in this book
Devoted to the Goddess: The Life & Work of Ramprasad (SUNY Series in Hindu (Suny Series in Hindu Studies) by Malcolm McLean (Feb 13, 1998). ामप्रसाद बिस्मिल की आत्मकथा (Hindi Autobiogrphy): Ramprasad Bismil Ki Aatmakatha by रामप्रसाद बिस्मिल (Jan 5, 2014). RAMPRASAD - THE MELODIUS MYSTIC by Swami Budhananda (2002). Ramprasad - the melodius mystic (1982). Ramprasad The Melodious Mystic by Swami Budhananda (Jan 1, 1982). His bhakti poems, known as Ramprasadi, are still popular in Bengal-they are usually addressed to the Hindu goddess Kali and written in Bengali. Film music contributor, Composer, Award Winner, Songwriter, Lyricist, Award Nominee, Musical Artist, Musical Group, Person.
The Routledge Hindu Studies Series, published in collaboration with the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, intends primarily the publication of constructive Hindu theological, philosophical, and ethical projects. The focus is on issues and concerns of relevance to readers interested in Hindu traditions in particular, yet also in the context of a wider range of related religious concerns that matter in today’s world. The Series seeks to promote excellent scholarship and, in relation to it, an open and critical conversation among scholars and the wider audience of interested readers. Devoted to the Goddess: The Life and Work of Ramprasad. Albany, NY: State University of New York, 1998. Miller, Barbara Stoler.