publication . Article . 2009

Ramas Tantric Avatars

Muñoz, Adrián;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 11 Aug 2009
  • Country: Venezuela
Abstract
Si bien el poema épico del Râmâyana es considerado como uno de los pilares literarios del hinduismo, no se trata de un texto fijo, pues la trama ha generado diversas versiones alternas en el sur y el sureste asiáticos. Al mismo tiempo, aunque Râma representa ideales sociales fundamentales para la ortodoxia hinduista, otras corrientes religiosas no ortodoxas han recurrido a y adaptado la figura de Râma. Este ensayo busca valorar en particular las manifestaciones tántricas y pseudo-tántricas en torno de Râma, tanto a nivel escritural como litúrgico dentro de los cultos ramaítas. Although the epic of the Râmâyana is held to be one of the literary mainstays of Hindu...
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free text keywords: Tradición del Râmâyana, Tantra, Râmânandis, Rasik Sampradây, Centro de Estudios de África, Asia y Diásporas Latinoamericanas y Caribeñas José Manuel Briceño Monzillo (CEAA), Facultad de Humanidades y Educación, Râmâyana traditions, Revista Humania del Sur, Debate [Revista Humania del Sur], Ciencias Jurídicas y Políticas, Revistas
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