Fb2 Hindu Encounter with Modernity: Kedarnath Datta Bhaktivinoda, Vaishnava Theologian ePub
by Shukavak Das
|Publisher:||Sanskrit Religions Inst; Revised edition (May 1999)|
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Shukavak Das acknowledges his own identification with the spiritual lineage of Kedarnath Dutta. Shukavak Das leaves little doubt that Bhaktivinode was such a genius, a devotee whose vision transcended his culture and his time.
Shukavak Das acknowledges his own identification with the spiritual lineage of Kedarnath Dutta. He at the same time stands back from offering a hagiographic exposition and says so openly at the outset. If I were studying a figure from my own tradition, I would do the very same thing. The result is a clarification of Bhaktivinode's thought from a scholarly perspective without in the least infringing on his integrity as a devotee.
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Contact us. Shukavak Dasa concludes that if Chaitanya Vaishnavism is going to have a lasting position and positive impact on the West, then it must intellectually move beyond the literalism by which it entered the West and begin to develop new forms of intellectual expressions and perspectives that are a part of the Western intellectual and academic traditions. Bhaktivinoda’s work provides the basis for such a development.