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Title Colonial transformation and Asian religions in modern history / edited by David W. Kim.

Publication Info. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 298 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part One : South Asia. From colony to post-colony : animal baiting and religious festivals in South Punjab, Pakistan / Muhammad Amjad Kavesh -- Nīlācala : the mountain of desire, death and rebirth /Paolo E. Rosati -- (In)complete rebellion : M.G. Ranade and the challenge of reinventing Hinduism / Alok Oak -- The Mahābhārata as celebrity political text? / Gregory Millett Bailey -- Karma yoga : an ideal of the performance of action in the Bhagavad Gita / Taritwat Chaihemwong -- Two women reformers : the Brahmani of Kaushika-Dharmavyadha-Legend in the Mahabharata and Rani Rashmoni of Calcutta : a comparative study / Supriya Banik Pal -- Part Two : Southeast Asia. Buddhist art of 9th century Champa : Đông Dương / Ann R. Proctor -- Religious Pentecostal evangelisation of politics has begun : evidence from the grassroots practitioners / Joel A. Tejedo -- Part Three : East Asia. A socio-religious volunteerism : the Australian NGO movement during the Korean War (1950-1953) / David W. Kim -- The meaning of "new religion" in Japan : the presence of Tenrikyo and the Meiji era / Midori Horiuchi -- Re-interpreting Hansai : burnt offerings as the Nagasaki atomic bomb / Gwyn McClelland -- Coming down the mountain : transformations of contemplative culture in eastern Tibet / Elizabeth McDougal.
Summary The localisation of a region, group, or culture was a common social phenomenon in pre-modern Asia, but global colonialism began to affect the lifestyle of local people. What was the political condition of the relationship between insiders and outsiders? The impact of colonial authorities over religious communities has not received significant attention, even though the Asian continent is the home of many religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Islam, Shintoism, and Shamanism. Colonial Transformation and Asian Religions in Modern History presents multi-angled perspectives.
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Subject Religion and culture -- Asia -- History.
Colonies -- Asia -- History.
Colonies -- Religious aspects.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
History.
Added Author Kim, David W. (David William), editor.
Other Form: Print version: Colonial transformation and Asian religions in modern history. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, [2018] 1527505596 (OCoLC)1014436982
ISBN 9781527519121 (electronic bk.)
1527519120 (electronic bk.)
1527505596
9781527505599