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Ritual Journeys in South Asia

Constellations and Contestations of Mobility and Space

Christoph (University of Heidelberg, Ger Bergmann

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Christoph Bergmann is an assistant professor in the Department of Geography, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany. Jürgen Schaflechner is an assistant professor in the Department of Modern South Asian Languages and Literatures, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany.


Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Herausgeber Christoph Bergmann, Jürgen Schaflechner
Seitenzahl 248
Erscheinungsdatum 27.08.2019
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-138-05500-1
Reihe Routledge South Asian Religion Series
Verlag Taylor and Francis
Maße (L/B/H) 24.1/16.1/1.5 cm
Gewicht 454 g
Abbildungen farbige, schwarzweisse Abbildungen


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  • Foreword, John Eade; 1 Introduction. Contestation and Constellations of Mobility and Space in South Asian Ritual Journeys, Christoph Bergmann and Jürgen Schaflechner; 2 In Fear of the Past: The Pilgrimage to Badrinath in Perspective, David Jürgen; 3 Journeying Sovereignties: Ritual Travelling and Networks of Power in a West Himalayan Kingdom, Lokesh Ohri; 4 Wandering God. How young Himalayans Negotiate Religion, Caste Identity and Modernity, Karin M. Polit; 5 Places, Rituals and Past Worlds: Encounters on a Pilgrimage in Tibet, Ann-Nike Schröder; 6 Governing Hindu Identity at Hinglaj Devi in Baluchistan, Jürgen Schaflechner; 7 Ritual Displacement as Process of Constructing and De-constructing Boundaries in a Sufi Pilgrimage of Pakistan, Michel Boivin; 8 To Worship Our ‘Boss’ (the Buddha):" Youth Religiosity in a Popular Pilgrimage Site in Sri Lanka, Premakumara De Silva; 9 Vailankanni Mata and Anglo-Indian Catholics: The (Re-)making of a (Post-Colonial) Saint and Her Unlikely Pilgrim Devotees, Robyn Andrews and Brent Howitt Otto; 10 Muslim-Marathi Pilgrimage: the Sufi-shrine of Viśālgaḍh, Deepra Dandekar; 11 Approaches to Pilgrimage: Reading Some Post-Independence Pilgrimage Accounts in Modern South Asian Languages, Hans Harder; 12 Afterword, Simon Coleman