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Skyhawk: Well Articulated Better Paths

Skyhawk, Hugh van:
Well Articulated Better Paths : Sufi Saints as Links Between Religious Communities / Hugh van Skyhawk. - Islamabad : Friedrich-Naumannn-Stiftung für die Freiheit, 2014. - XXIX, 195 S. : Ill.
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Dedication. ix
Foreword. xi
Acknowledgements. xxiii
Introduction. xxv
A Note on Death and the Holy Man in South Asia. 1
Hindu-Muslim Religious Syncretism in the Folk Literature of the Deccan. 13
Pīr-Worship and Śiva-Bhakti in the Nāgeś Saṃpradāya. 29
Ethical Implications of the Mahāvākyas in the Literature of the Cānd Bodhale Circle (Marāṭhvāḍā, 1550-1650). 43
Vaiṣṇava Perceptions of Muslims in 18th Century Maharashtra. 53
Muharram Processions and the Ethicization of Hero Cults in the Pre-Modern Deccan. 65
Lokasaṃgraha in the Cult of a Hindu/Muslim Saint and Folk Deity of the Deccan. 77
Processions Between Holy Places as Networks of Reflexivity. 91
The Heart of Religion: A Sufi's Thoughts on the Relations Between Religious Communities. 107
Islamic Tradition and Universal Brotherhood in the Writings of two Deccani Sufis. 119
Songs of Women at Sufi Shrines in the Deccan. 131
Bibliography. 147
Index of Proper Names. 163
Index of Place Names. 173
Plates. 177


HUGH VAN SKYHAWK, Professor of comparative religions in the Taxila Institute of Asian Civilizations, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.

Quellen: Taxila Studies in Asian Civilizations
Bildquelle: Taxila Studies in Asian Civilizations
Bibliographie: [1]