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97) in a period in which—notwithstanding, but probably also in consequence of, the pressure of the political circumstances—various religious movements were gaining ground. He was the son of (Hita)Harivamsa98 (born 1502? 99 Placing Radha as the queen of the world above Krsna, whose favour is to be won by worshipping his Sakti and spouse, the Radhavallabhis are one of those religious movements which spread almost independently of the philosophical schools and of theoretical speculation on bhakti.
Ed. M. 1 BAHADTJB, Calcutta 1921 etc. Early in the 15th century this collection was translated into Bengali by Lauriya KrsNa Dasa. For Madhva's view of bhakti see H. VON GLASENAPP, Madhva's Philosophie des Vishnu-Glaubens, Bonn and Leipzig 1923, p. 91. See p. 18 above. Bhakti 37 Narayana Bhatta, a Nambudiri brahman from Kerala and the poet of the well-known eulogy on Krsna (Narayaniya)161 and a philosophical work Manameyodaya on the means of valid knowledge according to Kumarila's PurvaMimamsa, produced towards the end of the 16th century also a compilation for religious purposes, called Bhaktisagara162 in which he quoted from purdnas and the Yogavasistha, which, traditionally regarded as an appendix to the Ramayana, consists of an exposition of Advaita Vedanta and Yoga in the form of a dialogue between Rama and Vasistha.
L. I l l , p. K. DTXTTA, Bengal's contributions to Sanskrit literature, Calcutta 1974 (profuse bibliography). Bengal's contribution to Sanskrit literature is vast and varied. 97 This date is given by SHTTKXA, op. , p. 21. S. GROWSE, Statistical, descriptive, and historical account of the North Western Provinces of India (1884), Mathura, I, p. 103f. 99 "Those who view KrsNa as the lover of Radha". Cf. I. II, p. 155. N. MALLIK, The philosophy of Vaisnava religion, I, Lahore 1927, p. 135. Cf. K. MAJUMDAR, in ABORI 36 (1955), p.
A History of Indian Literature - Vol. II: Epic and Sanskrit Religious Literature - Fasc. 1: Medieval Religious Literature in Sanskrit by Jan Gonda