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Agehananda Bharati. Contributor. LOCATION: Syracuse, NY, United States. BIOGRAPHY. Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University, New York, – The Tantric Tradition [Agehananda Bharati] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Ochre Robe: An Autobiography [Agehananda Bharati] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ross-Erikson Publishers Inc., U.S., Santa.
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The Ochre Robe: An Autobiography by Agehananda Bharati
A year later he transferred to Syracuse and joined the anthropology faculty. Growing up, he joined the Indian Club and began to study Hindi and classical Sanskritwhich led to his decision to become an Indologist.
This page was last edited on 4 Octoberat Bharati became a noted scholar of Indian culture, teaching linguistics, comparative philosophy, anthropology, and South Asian studies at universities and institutions in India, Japan, Thailand, and the United States. Casey Newsom marked it as to-read Jul 29, Catherine George marked it as to-read Nov 29, Todd Nachowitz rated it really liked it Apr 18, This, very briefly, is the somewhat auto-erotic credo of a large, and unfortunately still growing, crowd of wide-eyed believers in the mysterious East, apropos which my colleague Professor Hurvitz at the University of British Columbia sagaciously remarked that “for these people, the East must be mysterious, otherwise life has no meaning.
He was an academic Sanskritist, a writer on religious subjects, and a Hindu monk in the Dasanami Sannyasi order.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. Like many others who first knew of Bharati by name only, SU linguistics and Hindi professor Tej Bhatia was more than a little surprised when they met in person. Part 3 Fictitious Tibet: Muhammad marked it as to-read Jun 22, Enso added it May 08, Michael rated it it was amazing Jul 05, The Origin and Persistence of Rampaism.
Deborah rated it it was amazing Aug 20, Basil Mavros marked it as to-read Jun 12, Contemporary AuthorsAgehananda Bharati died on May 14,of cancer agehajanda the age of 68, in a friend’s house in Pittsford, New York. Tony Parsons marked it as to-read Sep 22, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Karen marked it as to-read Oct 21, Part 3 The Lion’s Roar: After World War II, Fischer went to India and, after several years of overcoming resistance as an outsider, was finally initiated into the Dasanami Sannyasi monastic order and given the name Agehananda Bharati.
When Wali joined the faculty at SU nearly 20 years later, he was stunned to encounter Bharati again, ensconced in the Department of Anthropology. Revanth Ukkalam marked it as to-read Feb 26, Return to Book Page.
Part 8 The Lion’s Roar: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. An outstanding Sanskritist who spoke 15 classical and modern European and Indian vernacular languages, he is recognized as one of the leading pioneers in the field of tantric studies.