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Cracow Indological Studies 2016, nr 18: Cosmopolitanism andRegionalism in Indian Cultural Dynamics


Cristina Bignami, Elena Mucciarelli, Ewa Dębicka-Borek
Introduction

Katrin Binder
A World of Many Colours: yakṣagāna rangabhūmi

Giorgio De Martino
Between Local and Global. Teyyam Goes Cyber and Beyond

Katarzyna Skiba
Cultural Geography of Kathak Dance: Streams of Tradition and Global Flows

Ilona Kędzia
Global Trajectories of a Local Lore: Some Remarks about Medico-Alchemical* Literature of the Two Tamil Siddha Cosmopolites

Vera Lazzaretti
Questioning Meaningful Layers of Locality in a Pan-Indian tīrtha

Olga Nowicka
Conquering the World, Subduing the Minds: Śaṅkara’s digvijaya in the Local Context

Cristina Bignami
Sculptures as the Trademark of Sovereignty in the Hoysaḷa Kingdom

Piotr Borek
Recognition through Traditional Values. A Literary Representation of dāna* as an Essential Way of Boosting Royal Worthiness

Hermina Cielas
The Implementation of the Pan-Indian Form on the Keralan Ground. A. R. Rajaraja Varma’s Citranakṣatramālā

Elena Mucciarelli
Talking Stones: Royal Inscriptions in Medieval Karṇāṭaka

Ewa Dębicka-Borek
When the God Meets a Tribal Girl: Narasiṃha’s Second Marriage in the Light of the Vāsantikāpariṇayam

Robert Czyżykowski
Selected Aspects of the Textual Studies on the Vaiṣṇava Sahajiyā Tradition in Medieval Bengal

Sarah Merkle
Tying the Knot with the Dēvi Gender Transgression in Regional and Trans-Regional Discourses

Elisa Freschi
Christopher G. Framarin. Hinduism and Environmental Ethics: Law, Literature, and Philosophy. 192 pp. London and New York: Routledge. 2014

Ilona Kędzia, Ariadna Matyszkiewicz
Fabrizio M. Ferrari and Thomas W. P. Dähnhardt (eds.). Soulless Matter, Seats of Energy: Metals, Gems and Minerals in South Asian Traditions. pp. xxxii, 282. Sheffield, Bristol: Equinox. 2016