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Hinduism Before Reform.

著者名:
Hatcher, Brian A.
出版元:
Harvard U.P.
冊数:
x,321p
刊行年:
2020
ISBN:
9780674988224

Rammohun Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833 -- Sahajānanda, Swami, 1781-1830 -- Brahma-samaj -- hindu sects -- History -- 19th century

By the early eighteenth century, the Mughal Empire was in decline and the East India Company was making in-roads into the subcontinent with an eye on spices, indigo, and opium. A century later, Christian missionaries, Hindu "reformers," Muslim saints, and Sikh rebels formed the colorful religious fabric of colonial India. Through a focus on two distinct nineteenth-century Hindu religious communities and their charismatic leaders-the "cosmopolitan" Rammohun Roy and the "parochial" Swami Narayan, whose influences continue to be felt in contemporary Indian religious life-Hatcher tells us the story of how urban and rural people thought about faith, ritual, and gods.


1. Before reform --
2. Fluid landscapes --
3. Polities before publics --
4. On the road with Nilakantha --
5. Upcountry with Rammohun --
6. The guru's rules --
7. The raja's darbar --
8. The empire of reform --
9. Old comparisons and new

No.
52303
価格:
7,158円


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