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Seeking Begumpura : the social vision of anticaste intellectuals / Gail Omvedt.

By: Omvedt, Gail.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Navayana Pub. : Distributed by IPD Alternatives, 2008Description: 304 p. ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9788189059453 (pbk.); 9788189059118; 8189059114.Subject(s): Caste -- India -- History | Bhakti -- History | Hindutva -- HistoryDDC classification: 305.51220954 OMV
Contents:
SIntroduction/Visions 7 ii New Message/Whispers in the Kaliyuga 33 iii Nama/Dancing Open the Temple 67 iv Kabir and Ravidas/Envisioning Begumpura 91 v Tuka/The City beyond Time and Death Iog vi Kartabhajas/Ecstasy and Reason in the Colonial Yuga 133 vii Phule/Remembering the Kingdom of Bali 159 viii Iyothee Thass/The Buddhist Utopia 185 ix Ramabai/Women in the Kingdom of God 205 x Periyar/Imagining Tamilnadu 225 xi Ambedkar/Prabuddha Bharat 249 xii Conclusion/Seeking Begumpura 267
Summary: Study of the socioeconomic perspectives of the eminent anticaste intellectuals; some articles analyze Bhakti movement and Hindu nationalism over a period of five centuries.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [276]-296) and index.

SIntroduction/Visions 7
ii New Message/Whispers in the Kaliyuga 33
iii Nama/Dancing Open the Temple 67
iv Kabir and Ravidas/Envisioning Begumpura 91
v Tuka/The City beyond Time and Death Iog
vi Kartabhajas/Ecstasy and Reason in the Colonial Yuga 133
vii Phule/Remembering the Kingdom of Bali 159
viii Iyothee Thass/The Buddhist Utopia 185
ix Ramabai/Women in the Kingdom of God 205
x Periyar/Imagining Tamilnadu 225
xi Ambedkar/Prabuddha Bharat 249
xii Conclusion/Seeking Begumpura 267

Study of the socioeconomic perspectives of the eminent anticaste intellectuals; some articles analyze Bhakti movement and Hindu nationalism over a period of five centuries.

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