6 edition of Religious movements in South Asia, 600-1800 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by David N. Lorenzen.|
|Series||Debates in Indian history and society|
|Contributions||Lorenzen, David N.|
|LC Classifications||BL1055 .R477 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 380 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||380|
|LC Control Number||2004267089|
Dvivedi H () Kabir’s place in Indian religious practice. In: Lorenzen DN (ed) Religious movements in South Asia – Oxford University Press, New Delhi Google Scholar. ‘Approaches to the Study of Conversion to Islam in India’, in Lorenzen, D. (ed.), Religious Movements in South Asia London: Oxford University Press, Author: Raoof Mir.
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For instance see Jarrell Waskom Pickett, Christian mass movements in India: a study with recommendations (Nashville: The Abingdon Press, ) and Frank W. Warne, India’s Mass Movement (Board of Foreign Missions of Methodist Episcopal Church, ). See also Geoffrey A. Oddie, ed., Religious Conversion Movements in South Asia: Continuities and Change, . socio-economic-religious institutions in ancient India are broadly outlined. Course outcomes After completing this course students will have a familiarity with the general socio-economic-religious history of India upto CE. The students will be able to understand the major sources of ancient Indian society, economy and religion.
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'It provides a picture, fascinating of some of the religious movements in Indian history.' -- The book ReviewThis book addresses a range of debates regarding religious movements in the medieval and early modern periods.
Eleven key essays debate the linkages between the religious and worldly aims of different movements and the continuity and change in their ideologies. Religious Movements in South Asia, Debates in Indian history and society Oxford India paperbacks Oxford in India Readings Oxford in India readings: Debates in Indian history and society: Editor: David N.
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Religious movements in South Asia, [David N Lorenzen;] -- This volume brings together eleven key essays that debate how the religious and worldly aims of religions movements in premodern South Asia have. Religious movements in South Asia, [David N Lorenzen;] Brings together eleven key essays that debate how the religious and worldly aims of religious movements in oremodern South Asia have been linked and how their ideologies, Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /.
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Brings together eleven key essays that debate how the religious and worldly aims of religious movements in oremodern South Asia have been linked and how their ideologies, social bases, and organisational structures both continues and changed over the.
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