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Lover and Saint The Early Development of Ānandghan's Reputation
  • I. Bangha
  • History
  • Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
  • 1 July 2001
Abstract The article examines the material relating to the early reception of the eighteenth century Hindi poet Ānandghan (Ghanānand). Ānandghan's poetic ideas were not far from those expressed inExpand
From 82-year-old Musicologist to Anti-imperialist Hero: Metamorphoses of the Hungarian Tagore in East Central Europe
Tagore's reception in various countries in East Central Europe has long been the subject of academic studies. Making an attempt to observe the similarities and dissimilarities of Rabindranath'sExpand
Tagore in the writings of two Hungarian writers
The Competing Canons of Ānandghan. Eighteenth-century Brajbhasha Poetry in Manuscript Circulation
The study of Ā nandghan ’s transmission presents a case to examine how early modern manuscript circulation in north India was effected when a radically new idea appeared on the literary scene. TheExpand
New Aesthetics in Eighteenth-century Brajbhasha Emerging Individualism and a New Concept of Love in Ā nandghan ’ s Poetry
Introduction 257 years ago, on 21 September 1743 Savāī Jaisingh, the founder of the city of Jaipur, breathed his last. According to tradition he was looking towards the Govindadeva temple, which heExpand