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Mirabai

Autor: Robert Bly
Publisher: Beacon Press
ISBN: 9780807063866
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A powerful collection of poems by the fifteenth-century female mystic traces the poetess's journey from her royal trappings to the countryside, where she became a saint and a martyr.

Longing And Letting Go

Autor: Holly Hillgardner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019063748X
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Mirabai, a sixteenth-century Indian princess, wrote passionate love songs to Lord Krishna. Hadewijch, a thirteenth-century European Beguine, wrote of her yearning to become Love itself, to be "God with God." Each woman practiced a full-bodied, sensuously-imaged longing for love; at the same time, each also practiced certain ascetic disciplines. Spanning centuries, continents, and religious traditions, this book juxtaposes Hadewijch's and Mirabai's inextricable energies of longing and letting go as resources for a comparative theology of passionate non-attachment. Within both Hinduism and Christianity, desire and renunciation are often presented as opposites; yet, both Mirabai and Hadewijch, in their own distinct ways, illuminate the integral, tensile relationship between these concepts. Rather than choosing one or the other, each woman's dual practices of longing and letting go not only take her on an inward spiritual journey but also deeply involve her in the beauty and suffering of the wider world. Drawing out crucial differences and intriguing resonances between these two women of faith, Hillgardner develops a Hindu-Christian comparative theology that argues for an interreligious ethic of passionate non-attachment, one capacious and brave enough to hold together our own longings with the desires of others in an interconnected, fragile world.

Upholding The Common Life

Autor: Parita Mukta
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195643732
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Drawing on extensive oral recordings of devotional songs, the book contextualises the figure of the sixteenth century Rajput princess Mirabai, who became a devotee of Krishna, within the lived reality of the lives of poorer women and men in Rajasthan and Gujarat. It analyses in detail the communities which have formed around the figure of Mirabai.

Saints Of India

Autor: Swami Mukundananda
Publisher: Jagadguru Kripaluji Yog
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The Saints of India is a tribute to the greatest saints of India across all ages. It gives your child a very good understanding of Hindu saints who influenced the society and worked tireless for the upliftment of souls. Bal-Mukund is a specially designed personality development program for children, envisioned by Swami Mukundananda and lovingly inaugurated by Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. Time spent in inculcating noble values steeped in Vedic culture in our children is an investment into the future. It is the finest gift of love from parents to their children. Bal-Mukund Character Building Series has 7 books.

Songs Of The Saints Of India

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Publisher: Oxford India Paperbacks
ISBN: 9780195694208
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In this volume the authors present the life stories and works of Ravidas, Kabir, Nanak, Surdas, Mirabai, and Tulsidas - six well-known 'saint-poets' of northern India who have contributed more to the religious vocabulary of Hinduism in the region today than any voices before or since.

For Love Of The Dark One

Autor: Mīrābāī
Publisher: Shambhala Pubns
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Poems attributed to a sixteenth-century Hindu princess who gave up her position to become a wandering ascetic reveal her protest against society and devotion to the god Krishna