The Jayakhya-samhita is one of the three gems of the Pancaratra or tantric Vaishnavism. This early medieval text contains material on cosmology, ritual, and the. Kanchipuram. D. Dennis Hudson. Print publication date: Print ISBN Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September Jayakhya Samhita: (Telugu) eBook: Jeeyar Education Trust (JET): : Kindle Store.

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This seminar presented by the Prof. Yoga – From Ancient to Modern. Envisioning Krishna in the Bhagavata Purana. Jayakhya Samhita, Session Five. While the lectures will place texts in their historical contexts, the course will smhita examine texts in a strictly chronological sequence, the stress being on theme.

Readings in the Jayakhya Samhita 7. Jayakhya Samhita, Session Two. We will trace the development of devotion bhakti and examine bhakti and yoga in the Bhagavad Gita before moving into the medieval period. OCHS launches online Sanskrit course. Readings in the Jayakhya Samhita 4. However, in these two seminars, I propose to read the ninth chapter that deals with Yoga from my edition of the text.

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Lastly we will trace the themes of liberation and path with examples from selected tantric traditions within Vaisnavism and Saivism. Throughout we will raise critical theological questions through engaging with texts in translation and raise the question about the extent to which liberation is a rhetoric that overlays other cultural forces.

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Don’t have an account? Readings in the Jayottaratantra: Here we will also examine the importance of ritual texts and the relation between ritual, devotion and yoga. University Press Scholarship Online. Classical, Early, and Medieval Prose and Writers: Search my Subject Specializations: Hindu ideas of liberation Lecture 7: Readings in the Jayakhya Samhita 2.

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The Jayakhya-samhita is one of the three gems of the Pancaratra or tantric Vaishnavism. Here the lectures will describe some developments of bhakti in vernacular literatures, focusing on both texts that advocate devotion to iconic forms and the later texts that advocate devotion to an absolute without qualities.

PancaratraRitualVaisnava. Please, subscribe or login to access full text content. Gawkwad Oriental Series, and By the end of the course the student should have an understanding of soteriology in Hindu traditions, an understanding of some the main literatures associated with this, and an awareness of the philosophical and theological problems entailed.


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The Body of God Author s: We will continue to read the Jayakhya Samhita. Users without eamhita subscription are not able to see the full content. The seminar will focus on selected chapters. Civil War American History: Contact Documents Advanced Search Site index. An Introduction of ritual and philosophy of the Vaishnavas based especially on the Pancaratra system.

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