5 edition of Women"s renunciation in South Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Meena Khandelwal, Sondra L. Hausner, Ann Grodzins Gold.|
|Contributions||Khandelwal, Meena., Hausner, Sondra L., Gold, Ann Grodzins, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||BL1055 .W66 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005056645|
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Women's Renunciation in South Asia is an important book that will change the ways both gender and renunciation are understood in the region.' - Sarah Lamb, author of White Saris and Sweet Mangoes: Aging, Gender and Body in North India and co-editor of Everyday Life in South AsiaFormat: Hardcover.
Women's Renunciation in South Asia is an important book that will change the ways both gender and renunciation are understood in the region.' - Sarah Lamb, author of White Saris and Sweet Mangoes: Aging, Gender and Body in North India and co-editor of Everyday Life in South Asia.
Introduction This volume brings together compelling new research on South Asian women who have renounced worldly life for spiritual pursuits. Documenting contemporary women's experiences with intimate ethnographic narratives, this book offers feminist insights into Jain, Buddhist, Hindu and Baul ascetic traditions.
Womens renunciation in South Asia book Womens Renunciation in South Asia: Nuns, Yoginis, Saints, and Singers offers ethnographically rich and detailed portraits of women living according to ascetical imperatives expressed in Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, Jain, Himalayan Bon, and Bengali Baul traditions across South Asia.
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Hausner and Meena Khandelwal Portraits of Singular Women 2 Do Saints Need Sleep. Women's renunciation in South Asia: nuns, yoginis, saints, and singers - Edited by Meena Khandelwal, Sondra L.
Hausner, & Ann Grodzins Gold. The book provides further evidence that renunciation in South Asia is not a uniform path, despite claims to the contrary.
There is also a special interest in Bauls among those familiar with the Bengali speaking : Kristin Hanssen.
The book provides further evidence that renunciation in South Asia is not a uniform path, despite claims to the contrary. There is also a special interest in Bauls among those familiar with the Bengali speaking region. While this book speaks to that interest, its wider appeal lies in the light it sheds on religion, the body.
The biggest international online bookstore in Thailand. Find promotions or pre-order book, eBook, magazine, eMagazine, stationery and more. This volume brings together new ethnographic research on South Asian women who have abandoned worldly life for spiritual pursuits.
All have renounced some combination of the following: marriage, sex, procreation, kin, financial security, concern with beauty, and sensual pleasures. This essay outlines the broader context of renunciation in South Asian religious traditions and then focuses on Hindu asceticism.
Starting in the s research on women’s renunciation was Author: Meena Khandelwal. Saints and Singers: Women's Renunciation in South Asia. Delhi: Zubaan. Khanna, Madhu. "Parallel Worlds of Madhobi Ma, Nectar Mother: My Encounters with a Twentieth Century Tantric Saint." In Durre S.
Ahmed (ed.) Gendering the Spirit: Women, Religion and the Post-Colonial Response, London and New York: Zed Books. Renunciation as a creative force is the animating idea behind Ross Posnock’s new book.
Taking up acts of abandonment, rejection, and refusal that have long baffled critics, he shows how renunciation has reframed the relationship of writers, philosophers, and artists Missing: South Asia.
Summary: This volume brings together new research on South Asia women who have renounced worldly life for spiritual pursuits. Documenting contemporary women's experiences with ethnographic narratives, this book offers feminist insights into Jain, Buddhist, Hindu and Baul ascetic traditions.
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All about Nuns, Yoginis, Saints and Singers: Women's Renunciation in South Asia by Meena Khandelwal. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Meena Khandelwal (Editor), Ann Grodzins Gold (Editor), Sondra L. Hausner (Editor). Download Citation | Renunciation, Feminism, and Social Service: Hindu Women in Religious Orders | This study examines feminist attitudes and social service motivation of women of two prominent Missing: South Asia.
Get this from a library. Nuns, yoginis, saints, and singers: women's renunciation in South Asia. [Meena Khandelwal; Sondra L Hausner; Ann Grodzins Gold;]. diversities, the region stands together on a number of counts and the women of South Asia too, face similar conditions on various fronts.
South Asia is a highly populated, agriculture dependent, income poor and identified as the most deprived region in the world (HDSA, ).File Size: KB.
Rita Manchanda is an established writer, scholar-researcher, and human rights activist specializing in conflicts and peace-building in South Asia with particular attention to vulnerable and marginalized groups, that is, women, minorities, indigenous peoples, and forcibly displaced persons.
Professor Manchanda has over 15 years of experience as a Senior Executive and Research Director with the Format: Hardcover.She co-edited a volume with Sondra Hausner and Ann Grodzins Gold entitled Women’s Renunciation in South Asia (Palgrave Macmillan ). A South-Asian edition of this book was published with the title Nuns, Yoginis, Saints and Singers (Zubaan ).
Khandelwal has also published on transnational aspects of Hindu renunciation, including an essay on foreign swamis who have migrated to India .asdf Achieving Gender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and Strengthening Development Cooperation United Nations New York, Department of Economic and Social AffairsFile Size: 1MB.