Title

Performing Ecstasy: The Poetics And Politics Of Religion In India

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

2009

Published In

Performing Ecstasy: The Poetics And Politics Of Religion In India

Abstract

The basic theme of this volume explores how the religious ideal of ecstacy is central to the cross-fertilization between Hinduism and Islam in south Asia and how mysticism associated with rapture, ecstacy, eroticism, longing, and suffering were the human emotions which held the key to knowing the divine in both Hinduism and Islam

Published By

Manohar

Editor(s)

Pallabi Chakravorty and Scott Alan Kugle

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