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Pilgrimage and Politics in Colonial Bengal: The Myth of the Goddess Sati book in English
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Pilgrimage and Politics in Colonial BengalThe Myth of the Goddess SatiBy Imma Ramos 2017 – Routledge126 pages 10 Color IllusPilgrimage and Politics in Colonial Bengal: The Myth of the Goddess Sati By Imma Ramos Art : Asian Art : History - General Art : Subjects & Themes - Religious Routledge Publication date: March 2017 ISBN: 9781351840002 Digital Book format: ePub (Adobe DRM) ePub (Adobe DRM) PDF (Adobe DRM) This book will examine the process by which the Hindu goddess Sati rose to sudden prominence as a personification of the subcontinent and an icon of heroic self-sacrificeThe free VitalSource Bookshelf application allows you to access to your eBooks whenever and wherever you chooseThese sacred sites were re-imagined as the fragmented body of the motherland in crisis that could provide the basis for an emergent territorial consciousness.Read more .According to a myth of cosmic dismemberment, Sati's body parts were scattered across South Asia and enshrined as Shakti Pithas, or Seats of PowerRegistered in England and WalesThe most potent sites were located in eastern India, Kalighat and Tarapith in Bengal, and Kamakhya in Assam
This book will examine the process by which the Hindu goddess Sati rose to sudden prominence as a personification of the subcontinent and an icon of heroic self-sacrificeThe most potent sites were located in eastern India, Kalighat and Tarapith in Bengal, and Kamakhya in AssamReacting against British rule, Bengali writers and artists gendered the nation in literature and visual culture in order to inspire patriotism amongst the indigenous populationBy examining Bengali and colonial responses to these temples and the ritual traditions associated with them, including Tantra and image worship, this book will provide the first comprehensive study of this ancient network of pilgrimage sites in an art historical and political contextRead more Reader software A list of software for your computer that can open ebooks purchased from eBooks.com Read more Contact eBooks.com Contact our help desk for further assistanceLibrary Students MySOAS (Staff) MySOAS Student Alumni Media Jobs Contact Us SOAS University of London Search Site navigation menu About SOAS Study at SOAS International Departments Research Business SOAS Life Library Students MySOAS (Staff) MySOAS Student Alumni Media Jobs Contact Us Home Departments Department A-Z History of Art and Archaeology Indian Art Circle Departments Department A-Z History of Art and Archaeology Degree Programmes Department Staff Research in action PhD Students Research Seminars & Events News Graduate Destinations Student Profiles Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Art Undergraduate Studies Indian Art Circle Islamic Art Circle Information for Students Department of the History of Art and Archaeology, School of Arts Pilgrimage and Politics in Colonial Bengal: The Myth of the Goddess Sati, Dr Imma Ramos (Curator, South Asian Collections, British Museum) THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED Dr Imma Ramos (Curator, South Asian Collections, British Museum) Date: 5 April 2017Time: 7:00 PM Finishes: 5 April 2017Time: 8:00 PM Venue: Brunei Gallery Room: B102 Type of Event: Seminar Pilgrimage and Politics in Colonial Bengal: The Myth of the Goddess Sati, Dr Imma Ramos (Curator, South Asian Collections, British Museum) Share this page Twitter Facebook Google+ A-Z Site Index SOAS E-mail My SOAS (Staff Intranet) My SOAS Student Timetable Bloomsbury Learning Environment login Online Student Services Students' Union Key Dates Admin and Services Undergraduate Degrees Postgraduate (Masters) Degrees Online and Distance Learning Degrees Research (PhD) Degrees Questions Worth Asking SOAS University of London 10 Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG Tel: +44 (0)20 7637 2388 Privacy Freedom of information Accessibility Contact and find us Twitter Facebook Google+ YouTube LinkedIn SoundCloud Instagram Weibo SOAS University of London (School of Oriental and African Studies) 2017.Leservurderinger (0) Betingelser for brukergenerert innhold Legg til din egen vurdering Andre brukere har ogs kjpt Storesster Gunnar Staalesen 149,- 99,- Les mer Wish Utdrag Kaninjegeren Lars Kepler 199,- 99,- Les mer Wish Utdrag Trst Jo Nesb 299,- 262,- Les mer Wish Utdrag Arv og milj Vigdis Hjorth 179,- 99,- Les mer Wish Utdrag Nyeste ebker Ukjent motiv Arv og tilgivelse Et skjebnesvangert valg Syndens pris Den onde arven Topplisten Kaninjegeren Arv og milj Helenas hemmelighet Storesster Bienes historie Les med EBOK.NO Hvordan oppretter jeg bruker? Hva er SPiD? Hvordan sender jeg bker til Kindle? Hvem er dere? Om oss Kundeservice Blogg Betingelser Kom i gang Selvpublisering Personvern Jobb i EBOK.NO? 2017 Ebok.no AShjelpebok.noCVR nrThis book will examine the process by which the Hindu goddess Sati rose to sudden prominence as a personification of the subcontinent and an icon of heroic self-sacrificePrices are for internet purchases only
These sacred sites were re-imagined as the fragmented body of the motherland in crisis that could provide the basis for an emergent territorial consciousnessClose 28 B/W Illus.Share Purchasing Options: = GBP Hardback: 9781472489449pub: 2017-03-03110.00x eBook (VitalSource) : 9781315223148pub: 2017-03-16 Purchase eBook 39.9927.99 SAVE 12.00from 39.9927.99 Add to CartOther eBook Options Find on Amazon KindleFind on Apple iBook StoreLearn More FREE Standard Shipping!DescriptionContentsAuthorSubjectsAbout the BookFrom the late nineteenth century onwards the concept of Mother India assumed political significance in colonial BengalOffline Computer – Download Bookshelf software to your desktop so you can view your eBooks with or without Internet accessNetherlandsNLChoose a Country.AfghanistanAlbaniaAlgeriaAmerican SamoaAndorraAngolaAnguillaAntarcticaAntigua And 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