Bhaktavijaya: Stories of Indian Saints

by Justin E. Abbott | 1933

Summary: This is the English translation of Bhaktavijaya which is a Marathi poem written by Mahipati in 40,000 lines. The text documents the legends of Indian saints from various backgrounds and extensively covers figures like Ekanath, Tukaram, and Ramadasa, highlighting their contributions to scholarship, philosophy, poetry, and social reform. The Bhaktavijaya further details their efforts in promoting the Bhakti movement, fighting social discrimination, and eliminating religious malpractices.

Source 1: motilalbanarsidass.com
Source 2: archive.org

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