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Epics, Khilas and Puranas: Continuities and Ruptures. Proceedings of the Third Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Puranas


Epics, Khilas and Puranas: Continuities and Ruptures. Proceedings of the Third Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Puranas, Zagreb: Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2005 (zbornik)


Naslov
Epics, Khilas and Puranas: Continuities and Ruptures. Proceedings of the Third Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Puranas

Urednik/ci
Ježić, Mislav ; Koskikallio, Petteri

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija knjige
Uredničke knjige, zbornik, znanstvena

Izdavač
Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Grad
Zagreb

Godina
2005

Stranica
683

ISBN
953-154-699-1

Ključne riječi
Sanskrit; epics; Puranas; Mahabharata; Ramayana; Harivamsa; Bhagavadgita; Anugita; Vayupurana; Brahmandapurana; Sivadharmottarapurana; Markandeyapurana; Skandapurana; Jain Ramayana-Purana

Sažetak
Nine contributions in the book are connected with the Sanskrit epics, six with the Khila Harivamsa, and eight with the Puranas. In his article The Vedas and the Epics, Michael Witzel gives a new synthetical comparison of materials from the Sanskrit epics and the Vedas. Alf Hiltebeitel resumes the discussion on the oral or written nature of the Mahabharata. Georg von Simson analyses the vegetational myth underlying the story of the king Nala. James L. Fizgerald outlines a tool for studying the non-anustubh portions of the Mahabharata. Klara Gonc-Moačanin questios the relationship between the game of dice and the royal consecration of Yuddhisthura. Muneo Tokunaga brings evidence for his thesis that the beginning of the Santiparvan belonged to the original Mahabharata. Premyslaw Szczurek traces all bhakti interpolations in the Bhagavadgita chapters 1-6 and 13-18. Yaroslav Vassilkov discusses the relationship between the Bhagavadgita and the Anugita. Mislav Ježić analyses the structure of the Ramayana 3-6 and shows that it is based on the Vedic Vala myth, where Hanumant replaces Sarama. Mary Brockington traces direct and indirect reflections of the Ramayana, esp. 1 and 7, in the Harivamsa. Peter Schreiner reviews the Siva episodes in the Harivamsa. John Brockington investigates the role of Jarasamdha and other "bogeymen" in the Harivamsa. Horst Brinkhaus analyses two duplicate passages in the Paurava genealogy and one duplicate passage in the Yadava genealogy in the Harivamsa. Andre Couture deals with the meaning of the words yoga and yogin in the Puskarapradurbhava Section of the Harivamsa. Christopher Minkowski reviews Nilakantha's Vedic readings in the Harivamsa commentary. Renate Sohnen-Thieme discusses frame stories and layers of interlocution in the Puranas. Angelica Malinar compares the narrative frames of the Mahabharata, the Bhagavata-Purana and the Devi-Bhagavata, all connected with the story of Pariksit. Greg Bailey studies concepts of pravrtti and nivrtti in the Markandeya-Purana. Sandra Smets compares the versiones of the story of a devoted wife in the Jaiminiya-Samhita and Brahmandapurana on the one hand and in the Mahabharata on the other. Cristophe Vielle delineates the reconstution of the vayuprokta Brahmandapurana (as a common source) from the text of the Brahmandapurana and the Vayupurana. Peter Bisschop explanis a difficut passage from the Skandapurana. Paolo Magnone presents the contents of the Sivadharmottarapurana and argues for its affiliation with the Kalamukha sect. Eva de Clercq presents three Jaina Ramayana-Puranas

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



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Projekt / tema
0130465

Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Mislav Ježić, (83131)