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Bahiṇābāī

Overview page. Subjects: Indian Music — Hinduism — Social and Cultural History.

(c.1628–c.1700)

A Vaiṣṇava poet-saint from Maharashtra. She left an autobiography (Ātmanivedana) in

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Bahinabai (1628–1700)

Preeti Ashok Parasharami.

in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History

January 2008; p ublished online January 2008 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History. 544 words.

(1628–1700),

Indian poet‐saint. Bahinabai was born in Devagaon in western Maharashtra to Brahman parents who had remained

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Bahiṇābāī

Overview page. Subjects: Indian Music — Hinduism — Social and Cultural History.

(c.1628–c.1700)

A Vaiṣṇava poet-saint from Maharashtra. She left an autobiography (Ātmanivedana) in

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Bahiṇābāi

Saṅgīt Mahābhāratī.

in The Oxford Encyclopaedia of the Music of India

January 2011; p ublished online January 2011 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Indian Music. 67 words.

A disciple of the famous Marathi abhang-poet Tukārām, she composed more than 400 poetic pieces in different forms such as

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Bahiṇābāī (<i>c.</i>1628–<i>c.</i>1700)

W. J. Johnson.

in A Dictionary of Hinduism

January 2009; p ublished online January 2009 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Hinduism. 132 words.

(c.1628–c.1700)

A Vaiṣṇava poet-saint from Maharashtra. She left an autobiography (Ātmanivedana) in

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Vārkarī Panth

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A Marathi Vaiṣṇava bhakti movement, whose (mostly householder) followers are devoted to Viṣṇu as Viṭhobā. Their principal religious practice takes the form of quarterly pilgrimages to...

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