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Śrīpati

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(14th century ce, or earlier) The founder of a Śaiva Vedānta samprādaya. A Liṅgāyata, in his Śrīkarabhāṣya he draws on Rāmānuja's Viśiṣṭādvaita, adopting an essentially ...

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A Dictionary of Hinduism

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... (14th century ce , or earlier) The founder of a Śaiva Vedānta samprādaya . A Liṅgāyata , in his Śrīkarabhāṣya he draws on Rāmānuja 's Viśiṣṭādvaita , adopting an essentially bhedābheda stance, characterized as Śaktiviśiṣṭādvaita (Śaktiviśeṣādvaita), ‘non-dualism qualified by Śakti...

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(14th century ce, or earlier)The founder of a Śaiva Vedānta samprādaya. A Liṅgāyata, in his Śrīkarabhāṣya he draws on Rāmānuja's Viśiṣṭādvaita, adopting an essentially bhedābheda stance, ...
Kṣhētrayyā

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The Oxford Encyclopaedia of the Music of India

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...‘unbearable’, ‘very deep’, and ‘heart-rending’. Kṣhētrayyā's gurus are not known but early in his life he attained sound knowledge in music. A staunch devotee of Muvva Gōpāla (Śri Kriṣhṇa as deified in Muvva village), he had Muvva as his pen-name. His first pada was ‘Śripati sutubariki’ (rāga Ānanda Bhairavi, Ādi tāla). The 350 padas available from the many more he wrote used about 30 rāgas including Mukhāri (songs ‘Chalu chaluyi’, ‘Emmana vanatira’), Ghanṭā, Nādanāmakriyā, Punnagavarāli, Āhiri, Kāmbhōji, Mōhana (‘Velagadura’, ‘Paradesamuna’), and...

Vedānta

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A Dictionary of Hinduism

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...much further, maintaining an absolute and irreducible distinction between the world and brahman, its creator and Lord (equated with Viṣṇu ). Apart from the five teachers already mentioned, standard lists of the founders of Vedāntin sampradāyas include, inter alia, Śrīkaṇṭha , Śrīpati , Vallabha ( Śuddhādvaita ), Vijñānabhikṣu (avibhāgādvaita—‘indistinguishable non-dualism’), and Baladeva ( 2 ) ( acintya-bhedābheda ). Many of these teachers are Vaiṣṇavas , and it is clear that those medieval bhakti movements wanting to align themselves with Vedic ...

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The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History

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...and Haryana) . 2d ed. Chandigarh, India: Panjab University, 1984. A specialist study on Panjab customary laws. Diwan, Paras , and Peeyushi Diwan . Law of Adoption, Minority, Guardianship, and Custody . 2d ed. Allahabad, India: Wadhwa, 1993. A standard legal textbook. Roy, Sripati . Customs and Customary Law in British India . Tagore Law Lectures, 1908. Calcutta, India: Hare Press, 1911. Important work on customs during the colonial period. Sarkar, Lotika , and B. Sivaramayya , eds. Women and Law. Contemporary Problems . New Delhi: Vikas, 1994. An...

India from Indira Gandhi's Emergency

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Encyclopedia of Human Rights

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...judiciary in a democracy. Singh, Randhir . “Terrorism, State Terrorism and Democratic Rights.” Economic and Political Weekly 27, no. 6 (February 8, 1992): 279–289. Provides a sympathetic account of movements or struggles for rights that are branded antinational and suppressed. Sripati, Vijayashri . “India's National Human Rights Commission: A Shackled Commission?” Boston University International Law Journal 18, no. 1 (2000): 1–46. Evaluates the role, power, and functions of the NHRC of India, highlighting its weaknesses. Thapar, Romila , ed. India: Another...

South Asian Law

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...and Action Forum/WLUML, 1997. Study of Sri Lankan Islamic laws. Newberg, Paula R. Judging the State: Courts and Constitutional Politics in Pakistan . Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995. Political science analysis of the place of Islamic laws in Pakistan. Sripati, Vijayashri . “Maldives.” In Legal Systems of the World: A Political, Social, and Cultural Encyclopedia , edited by Herbert M. Kritzer , pp. 116–124. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABL-CLIO, 2002. Tambiah, H. W. , and Mohammado Markhani , eds. Muslim Law in Sri Lanka . Colombo, 1996....

Modern Legal Traditions

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M. Christian Green, Benny Tai, Norman Doe, Rafael D. García Pérez, and Robert F. Cochran Jr.

The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Law

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...5344–5345. New York: Macmillan Reference, 2005. Menski, W. Comparative Law in a Global Context: The Legal Systems of Asia and Africa . 2d ed. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006. Rocher, L. “Hindu Conceptions of Law.” Hastings Law Journal 29 (1978): 1283–1305. Sripati, V. “Toward Fifty Years of Constitutionalism and Fundamental Rights in India: Looking Back to See Ahead (1950–2000).” American University International Law Review 14, no. 2 (1998–1999): 413–495. Sunstein, C. “Expressive Function of Law.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review...

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