Vol 11 No. 1 (2017)

Journal: Religions of South Asia

Published: May 11, 2018

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Section Title Author Published
Editorial Simon Brodbeck, Dermot Killingley, Anna King May 10, 2018
Death and Dying in the Bhagavad-Gītā: Between Causality and Soteriology Nina Petek May 10, 2018
Realistic Reasoning and the Unreal World: Gauḍapāda’s Use of Nyāya Methodology to Argue for Illusionism Victor A. van Bijlert May 10, 2018
Making ‘Ethical Hindus’: Sanskrit Traditions, Oral Performance, and Hindu Nationalism in Contemporary India Ketan Alder May 10, 2018
‘She Doesn’t Need Muṭiyēṯṯu’ There’: The Interplay of Divine Mood, Taste and Dramatic Offerings in South Indian Folk Hinduism Marianne Pasty-Abdul Wahid May 10, 2018
Book Reviews
Caitanya Vaiṣṇava Philosophy: Tradition, Reason and Devotion, edited by Ravi M. Gupta. Dorchester, UK: Ashgate, 2014. viii + 244 pp., $153.00 (hb), $54.95 (pb). ISBN 978-0754661771 (hb), 978-1-138-24885-4 (pb). Archana Venkatesan May 10, 2018
Seven Days of Nectar: Contemporary Oral Performances of the Bhāgavatapurāṇa, by McComas Taylor. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. 248 pp., $105.00. ISBN 978-0-190-61191-0. Anandi Silva Knuppel May 10, 2018
Transformative Religious Experience: A Phenomenological Understanding of Religious Conversion, by Joshua Iyadurai. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2015. xii + 254 pp. ISBN 978-1-620-32746-3 (pb). Michael D. Nichols May 10, 2018
The Indian System of Human Marks, by Kenneth G. Zysk. Leiden: Brill, 2016. 2 vols., xvi + 954 pp., €249.00 (hb). ISBN 978-9-004-29972-6 (hb). Nathan McGovern May 10, 2018