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MANASA: THE INDIAN SERPENT GODDESS   SABITA BAISHYA BARUAH

MANASA: THE INDIAN SERPENT GODDESS

380 страниц. 2010 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Ophidiphobia was the foremost reason that gave rise to imagination of the Indian serpent goddess Manasa, and thus came into existence the ophiolatric cult of this deity in course of time. The Manasa cult is in existence in Assam since either the tenth or the eleventh century. The tradition of reciting stories eulogising the deity ultimately took the shape of kavyas. The Manasama?gals formed the oldest type of the Ma?galkabyas penned in medieval Bengal. Manasa could easily prevail over the low caste populace. Nevertheless, she had to withstand a lengthy strife from the upper caste Hindus. This was the essence of the Manasama?gals. We shall uncover in this book, links between the Assamese Manasakavyas and the Bengali Manasama?gals. We have found that the dissimilarities between the Bengali Padmapuran and the Assamese Suknani composed by Narayandev were in the story line, while the similarities were in some of the lines themselves. The similarities are so many that...
 
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