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Buddhist and Islamic Orders in Southern Asia Comparative Perspectives / edited by R. Michael Feener and Anne M. Blackburn. [print]

Contributor(s): Blackburn, Anne M, 1967- [editor] | Feener, R. Michael [editor] | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextPublication details: Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press, [(c)2019. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2019. Description: 1 online resource (viii, 220 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780824877200Subject(s): Southeast Asia | Buddhism | Islam | South Asia | ReligionLOC classification: BQ322BQ322.F295.B833 2019Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
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Sufis and saṅgha in motion : toward a comparative study of religious orders and networks in southern Asia/ Anne M. Blackburn and R. Michael Feener ʻAbdallāh born ʻUmar ibn Yaḥyā and the Ṭarīqa ʻAlawiyya in the early-nineteenth-century Indonesian archipelago/ Ismail Fajrie Alatas The itineraries of "Sīhaḷa Monk" Sāralaṅkā : Buddhist interactions in eighteenth-century southern Asia/ Alexey Kirichenko Challenging orders: Ṭarīqas and Muslim society in southeastern India and Laṅkā, ca. 1400-1950/ Torsten Tschacher Whose orders? : Chinese popular god temple networks and the rise of Chinese Mahāyāna Buddhist monasteries in Southeast Asia/ Kenneth Dean Sufi "orders" in Southeast Asia : from private devotions to social network and corporate action/ Martin van Bruinessen Shaṭṭāriyya Sufi scents : the literary world of the Surakarta Palace in nineteenth-century Java/ Nancy K. Florida Negotiating order in the land of the dragon and the hidden valley of rice : local motives and regional networks in the transmission of new "Tibetan" Buddhist lineages in Bhutan and Sikkim/ Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa.
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Sufis and saṅgha in motion : toward a comparative study of religious orders and networks in southern Asia/ Anne M. Blackburn and R. Michael Feener ʻAbdallāh born ʻUmar ibn Yaḥyā and the Ṭarīqa ʻAlawiyya in the early-nineteenth-century Indonesian archipelago/ Ismail Fajrie Alatas The itineraries of "Sīhaḷa Monk" Sāralaṅkā : Buddhist interactions in eighteenth-century southern Asia/ Alexey Kirichenko Challenging orders: Ṭarīqas and Muslim society in southeastern India and Laṅkā, ca. 1400-1950/ Torsten Tschacher Whose orders? : Chinese popular god temple networks and the rise of Chinese Mahāyāna Buddhist monasteries in Southeast Asia/ Kenneth Dean Sufi "orders" in Southeast Asia : from private devotions to social network and corporate action/ Martin van Bruinessen Shaṭṭāriyya Sufi scents : the literary world of the Surakarta Palace in nineteenth-century Java/ Nancy K. Florida Negotiating order in the land of the dragon and the hidden valley of rice : local motives and regional networks in the transmission of new "Tibetan" Buddhist lineages in Bhutan and Sikkim/ Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa.

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