Please don't take care
Horacio Francisco Arganis Juarez
arganis at TODITO.COM
Thu Dec 7 19:07:08 UTC 2006
Dearest Indological-list moderater:
If you had recieved a letter to Prfr. R. Thapar from me, please don't passed it in the list. Because, accidentally I sended to you this. Forgiven me for this mistake.
Sincerily Horacio F. Arganis.
> -----Mensaje Original-----
> Desde: Romila Thapar [mailto:romila at SPACPL.COM]
> Enviado: Domingo 4 de Junio de 2006 09:08 AM
> Para: INDOLOGY at liverpool.ac.uk
> Tema: Re: Question re: Niscaladasa and/or Dadu Mahashay
> Dear Prem,
> First of all if you are coming to Delhi during June or August please get in
> touch. I am out in July. Call me at 26831744 or 41328003. It will be great
> to see you again.
> Never heard of your village, unless Kerhowli is a mistake for Mehrauli,
> which was a village near Delhi with many khanqahs, etc; and is now a
> fashionable suburb of south Delhi ! But we could go there and enquire about
> the shAkhA.
> But I suggest you consult the topographical sheets of the Survey of India
> for villages near Delhi.
> Best wishes,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Prem Pahlajrai" <prem at U.WASHINGTON.EDU>
> To: <INDOLOGY at liverpool.ac.uk>
> Sent: Sunday, June 04, 2006 6:21 AM
> Subject: Question re: Niscaladasa and/or Dadu Mahashay
> > Dear Indologists, particularly those familiar with Delhi & Kashi,
> > I am studying the works of Ni'scaladAsa, a late 19th century advaita
> > scholar and author of the V.rttiprabhAkara and VicArasAgara. I recently
> > came across a reference in the latter work where the author states the the
> > text was completed in a village by the name of Kiha.dauli, 18 kos west of
> > Delhi. A possible alternate name may be Kehrowli. An introduction to a
> > 1962 edition of this work states that Ni'scaladasa's guru, DAdU MahA'saya
> > lived in this village and that there is still a lineage ('si.sya-'sAkhA)
> > functioning there.
> > I will be in India this summer and am hoping to visit this village, if I
> > can find it. Has anyone heard of it, or of this lineage?
> > Ni'scaladAsa is also said to have been active in Varanasi, and Ramsimha
> > Raja of Bundi was a patron of his. I'd appreciate any leads in this
> > connection.
> > Thank you,
> > Prem Pahlajrai
> > PhD student
> > University of Washington,
> > Seattle USA
> > http://students.washington.edu/prem
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