Corpus ID: 2697335

Dining Out at Lake Pampa: The Shabari Episode in Multiple Ramayanas

  title={Dining Out at Lake Pampa: The Shabari Episode in Multiple Ramayanas},
  author={Philip Lutgendorf},
  • Philip Lutgendorf
  • Published 2010
  • 5 Citations


    Unless otherwise specified, I cite the Baroda critical edition, in Sheldon Pollock's translation, The Ramayana of Valmiki
    • 1991
    Pollock's phrase occurs in his article "From Discourse of Ritual to Discourse of Power in Sanskrit Culture
    • Journal of Ritual Studies
    • 1990
    Ramayan: The Video
    • 34
    Adhyatma ramayana (Madras: Sri Ramakrishna Math
    • 1985
    Shrimad Valmiki Ramayana (2 vols
    • 1976
    Devesh," shabari caritra
    • Dayashankar Avasthi
    • 1975
    Gosvami Nabha-ji ki shri Bhaktmal, shri Priya Das-ji pranita tika-kavitta
    • 1962
    Gleanings from the Bhaktamala
    • Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
    • 1909
    -which (like other examples cited above) seems to allude to an untold story, even as it makes the Lord himself, rather than his devotee, the instigator of the implied transgression