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Bahá'í Bhajans

AuthorWilliam Garlington
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Bahá'í Bhajans
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An example of the Bahá'í Use of Hindu Symbols
Parent publication   Occasional Papers in Shaykhi, Babi and Bahá'í Studies
Date of this edition 1998-01
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Posted 2011-06-01 by Jonah Winters
Formatted 2011-05-31 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Unpublished Articles
Abstract The appearance of Bahá'í bhajans is indicative of both the approaches taken by the Indian Bahá'í community towards Hindu villagers during the mass teaching period, and perhaps of a broader pattern of cross cultural exchange and adaptation.
Notes See also the author's The Bahá'í Faith in India: A Developmental Stage Approach and Biographical Letter from a Hindu Villager.

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Tags Hinduism; Interfaith dialogue
Locations India
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