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Askese-Bibliographie

Copyright Monika Boehm-Tettelbach und Axel Michaels

aktualisiert, 21. Dezember 2001


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Aiyar, C.N. Krishnaswami: Sri Madhwa and Madhwaism. Madras n.d.

____: and Subba Rau: Sri Madhwacharya: A Sketch of his Life and Times. Madras: G.A. Natesan, n.d.

Alter, Joseph S: The Wrestler's Body: Identity and Ideology in North India. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992.

Babb, Lawrence A.: Absent Lord: Ascetics and Kings in a Jain Ritual Culture. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London 1996.

Bailey, Greg: Materials for the Study of Ancient Ideologies: Pravritti and Nivritti. Turin 1985.

Balfour, H.: "The Life-history of an Aghori Fakir", J. Roy. Anthropol. Inst. 26 (1897), 340-357.

Barrow, H.W.: "On Aghori and Aghoripanthis", J. Anthropol. Soc. Beng. 3 (1893), 197-251.

Bergmann, Werner: "Das frühe Mönchtum als soziale Bewegung". KZfSS 37 (1985), 30-59.

Bhagat, M.G.: Ancient Indian Asceticism. Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, 1976.

Bhandarkar, R.G.: Vaishnavism, Shaivism and Minor Religious Systems. Strassburg 1913.

Bharati, Swami Agehananda: The Ochre Robe. London 1961.

Bhattacharya, Jogendra Nath: Hindu Castes and Sects. Calcutta 1896.

Blazovich, A.: Soziologie des Mönchtums und der Benediktinerregel. Wien 1954.

Boehm-Tettelbach, Monika: veröffentlicht unter Horstmann, M. und Thiel-Horstmann M.

Bouillier, Véronique: "L'ascéticism dans le code nepalais", Journal Asiatique, 1978, pp. 133-152.

____: Naitre renonçont. Une caste de Sannyâsi villageois au Nepal central. Paris, 1979.

____: "Les renoncants du Nepal", L'Ethnographie 1 (1979), 105-127 [engl.: " The Ambiguous Position of Renunciants in Nepal: Interrelation of Asceticism and the Social Order", Journal of the Nepal Research Centre VII (1985), 199-229.

____: "Les Jangam du Nepal : caste de pretres ou renoncants?", Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient 72 (1983), 81-148.

____: "Preliminary Remarks on Bâljogîs or Ascetic Children", in: K. Seeland (Hg.), Recent Research on Nepal. Köln: Weltforum Verlag, 1985.

____: "La caste sectaire des Kânphatâ Jogî dans le royaume de Nepal: l'exemple de Gorkhâ", Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient 75 (1986), 125-167.

____: Ascetes et rois: Un monastere de Kanphata Yogis au Nepal. Paris: CNRS Editions, 1997.

Bradford, N.J.: "The Indian renouncer: structure and transformation in the Lingayat community", in: R. Burghart and A. Cantlie (eds.), Indian Religion. London: Curzon Press, 1985, 79-104.

Briggs, George Weston: Gorakhnâth and the Kânphana Yogîs. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas, 21982 (11938).

Bronkhorst, Johannes: Twe Two Traditions of Meditation in Ancient India. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden, 1986.

____: The Two Sources of Indian Asceticism. Bern: Peter Lang, 1993.

Brown, Peter: Die Keuschheit der Engel. Sexuelle Entsagung, Askese und Körperlichkeit im frühen Christentum. München: dtv, 1994 (1New York 1988).

Burghart, Richard: "Bairagi Mandals", Contrib. to Nepalese Studies III.1 (1976), 63-104.

____: "The Founding of the Ramanandi Sect", Ethnohistory 25 (1978), 121-139.

____: "Renunciation in the Religious Traditions of South Asia", Man (N.S.) 18 (1983a), 635-653.

____: "Wandering Ascetics of the Râmânandî Sect", History of Religions 22.4 (1983b), 361-380.

____: "The Regional Circumambulation of Janakpur in the Light of Vaishnavite Tradition (Nepal)". In: Galey, Jean-Claude (ed.), L'espace du temple I: Espaces, itineraires, mediations. (Collection Purushârtha 8). Paris, 1985.

Cantlie, Audrey: "Aspects of Hindu asceticism", in: Ioan Lewis (ed.), Symbols and Sentiments, Cross-cultural Studies in Symbolism. London: Academic Press, 247-67.

Caplan, P.: "Ascetics in Western Nepal", The Eastern Anthropologist 26.2 (1973), 173-182.

Carr, R.C.: Lingayats. Madras 1906.

Carrithers, Michael u. Caroline Humphreys (ed.): The Assembly of Listeners: Jains in Society. Cambridge (usw.), 1991.

Cenker, William: A Tradition of Teachers: Shankara and the Jagadgurus Today. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1983

Chakraborti, Haripada: Asceticism in Ancient India in Brahmanical, Budhist, Jaina, and Ajivika Societies, from the earliest times to the period of Shankaracarya. Calcutta: Punthi Pustak, 1973.

Clementin-Ojha, Catherine: La divinite conquise: Carriere d'une sainte. Nanterre 1990.

____: L'Affaire des tilaka: Procs des vishnouites Jaipur 1863-1867. Paris (im Druck).

Cohn, Bernhard S.: "The Role of the Gosains in the Economy of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century, Upper India", Indian Economic and Social History Review 1.4 (1964), 175-182.

Dasgupta, S.: Obscure Religious Cults. Calcutta: K.L. Mukhopadhyaya, 1969.

Creel, Austin B., and Vasudha Narayan (eds.), Monastic Life an the Christian and Hindu Traditions. New York: Mellen Press, 1990.

Dazey, Wade: "Tradition and Modernization in the Organization of the Dasanami Samnyasins", in: Austin B. Creel and Vasudha Narayan (eds.), Monastic Life an the Christian and Hindu Traditions. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen, 1990.

De, S.K.: Early History of the Vaishnava Faith and Movement in Bengal. Calcutta: Mukhopadhyay, 1961.

Denton, Lynn Teskey. "Varieties of Hindu Female Asceticism", in: Julia Leslie (ed.), Roles and Rituals for Hindu Women. Delhi 1992, 211-231. (1London 1991).

Dumont, Louis: Homo Hierarchicus - The Caste System and Its Implications. Rev. Engl. Ed., Chicago and London 1980 (11966).

____: "World Renunciation in Indian Religions", in Dumont 1980, 267-286 [orig. publ. in Contribution to Indian Sociology n.s. 4 (1960), 33-62].

Dundas, Paul: The Jains. London u. New York 1992.

Dwyer, Rachel. "Caste, Religion and Sect in Gujarat: Followers of Vallabhacharya and Swaminarayan". In: Roger Ballard (ed.), Desh Pardesh: the south Asian Presence in Britain. London 1994. 165-190.

Eggers, Wilhelm: Das Dharmasûtra der Vaikhânasas. Nebst einer Einl. über den brahmanischen Waldeinsiedler-Orden und die Vaikhânasa-Sekte. Göttingen: Vandenhoek & Ruprecht, 1929.

Eliade, Mircea: Der Yoga. Frankfurt/M. 1985 (11954).

Elkman, Stuart: Jîva Gosvâmin's Tattvasandarbha: A Study on the Philosophical and Sectarian Developement of the Gaudîya Vaishnava Movement, Delhi, 1986.

Entwistle, A.W.: "Vaishnava Tilakas. Sectarian marks worn by worshippers of Vishnu", IAVRI-Bulletin 11/12 (1981-82).

Farquar, J.N.: "The Fighting Ascetics of India", Bull. J. Rylands Libr. 9 (1925), 431-452.

____: Modern Religious Movements in India. Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal [repr.], 1967.

Frank, Karl Suso: Geschichte des christlichen Mönchstums. Darmstadt 41983.

Fuller, C.J.: Servants of the Goddess, Cambridge, 1984.

Ghurye, G.S.: Indian Sadhus. Bombay 21964.

Giri, Swami Sadananda: Society and Sannyasin: A History of the Dasnami Sannyasis. Rishikesh: Kriyayoga Asrama, 1976.

Gold, Daniel u. Ann Grodzins Gold: "The Fate of the Householder Nath". History of Religions 24.2 (1984): 113-132.

____: "The Instability of the King: Magical Insanity and the Yogis' Power in the Politics of Jodhpur, 1803-1943", in: David N. Lorenzen (ed.), Bhakti Religion in North India,, Albany, 1995, 120-132.

Gonda, Jan: Change and Continuity in Indian Religion. The Hague: Mouton: 1965.

Gross, Richard: Hindu Asceticism - A Study of the Sadhus of North India. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979.

Hacker, Paul: "Zur Geschichte und Beurteilung des Hinduismus: Kritik einiger verbreiterer Ansichten", in: OLZ 59, 5/6, 1964, 231-245.

____: "'Topos' und chresis. Ein Beitrag zum Gedankenaustausch in den Geisteswissenschaften", in: P. Hacker, Kleine Schriften, hrsg. v. L. Schmithausen, Wiesbaden 1978, 338-345.

Hartsuiker, Dolf: Sâdhus. Holy Men of India. London 1993.

Hauer, J.W.: Die Anfänge der Yogapraxis im alten Indien. Suttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 1922.

____: Der Yoga. Ein indischer Weg zum Selbst. Nachdruck: Südergellersen 1983 (11958).

Hawley, John Stratton: "Mirabai as Wife and Yogi", in: Wimbush, Vincent L., and Richard Valantasis (eds.): Asceticism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995, 301-319.

Heesterman, Jan: "Brahmin, Ritual and Renouncer", WZKS 8 (1964), S. 1-31.

____: "Householder and wanderer", in: Contributions to Indian Sociology (N.S.) 15 (1981), 251-272.

Horstmann, Monika [vgl. Thiel-Horstmann]. "The flow of Grace: Food and Feast in the Hagiography and History of the Dâdûpanth". Ms. [1999].

Jaini, Padmanabh S.: "Shramanas: their conflict with brâhmanical society", in: J. Elder (ed.), Chapters in Indian Civilisation. Vol. I. Dubuque (Iowa): Kendall Hunt, 1970, 41-81.

____: The Jaina Path of Purification. Delhi, Varanasi, Patna 1979.

Jaffrelot, Christophe: the Hindu Nationalist Movement and Indian Politics 1925 to the 1990s, London, 1996.

Kaelber, Walter O.: Tapta Mârga: Asceticism and Initiation in Vedic India. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1989.

King, Ursula: "Der Karmayogin als Symbol eines neuen religiösen Lebensverständnisses", in: G. Stephenson (ed.), Leben und Tod in den Religionen: Symbol und Wirklichkeit; Darmstadt, 1980, 301-316.

____: Indian Spirituality and Western Materialism: An Image and Its Function in the Reinterpretation of Modern Hinduism New Delhi, 1985.

Kloppenburg, Ria: The Paccekabuddha. A Buddhist Ascetic, Leiden, Brill, 1974.
vgl. auch Kritik von Gombrich in OLZ 74 (1979) und de Jong in IIJ 18 (1976).

Kolff, D.H.A.: "Sanyasi trader-soldiers", The Indian Economic and Social History Review VIII-2 (1971), 213-220.

____: Naukar, Rajput and Sepoy: The Ethnohistory of the Military Labour Market in Hindustan, 1450-1850, Cambridge, 1990.

Kulke, Hermann, "Mahâjâjas, Mahants and Historians: Reflections on the Early History of Vijayanagara and Sringeri", in: Anna Libera Dallapiccola u. S. Zingel-Ave Lallemant (ed.), Vijayanagara: City and Empire, Stuttgart, 1985, 120-143.

Lorenzen, David : The Kâpâlikas and Kâlâmukhas: Two lost Shaivite Sects. Berkeley and Los Angeles 1972.

____: "Warrior Ascetics in Indian History", JAOS 98 (1978), 61-75.

____: "Traditions of non-Caste Hinduism: The Kabir Panth", Contrib. Ind. Soc. (N.S.) 21 (1987), 263-284.

____: Praises to a Formless God. Nirgunî Texts from North India. New York: State University of New York Press, 1996.

Lütt, Jürgen: "Shankarâcâryas of Puri", in: Annacharlott Eschmann, Hermann Kulke, Gaya Chand Triphati (ed.), The Cult of Jagannath and the Regional Tradition of Orissa, Delhi, 1978, 411-419.

____: "Der Hindiusmus auf der Suche nach einem Fundament", in: Hermann Kochanek (ed.), Die verdrängte Freiheit: Fundamentalismus in den Kirchen, Freiburg, Basel, Wien, 1991, 218-239.

Masson, J. Moussaieff, "The psychology of the ascetic", Journal of Asian Studies 35.4 (1976), 611-625.

McCormack, W.: "Lingayats as a Sect", Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 93.1 (1963), 59-71.

McLeod, W.H.: "On the Word panth: A Problem of Terminology and Definition", Contr. to Ind. Soc.(N.S.) 12 (1978), 287-295.

Michaels, Axel: "Der verstoßene Sohn. Nepalesische bâlyogis und der deshântara-Ritus während der Initiation (upanayana)", in: B. Kölver (Hrsg.), Formen kulturellen Wandels und andere Beiträge zur Erforschung des Himalaya. St. Augustin: VGH Wissenschaftsverlag, 1984, 189-224.

____: "Die Heilige Schnur und 'hinduistische' Askese," ZDMG 144.2 (1994), 330-344.

____: Die Reisen der Götter. Der nepalische Pashupati-Tempel udn sein rituelles Umfeld, Bonn, 1994.

____: "Shivarâtri at Deopatan", in: S. Lienhard (Ed.), Change and Continuity - Studies in the Nepalese Culture of the Kathmandu Valley, Torino: Edizioni Dell'Orso, 221-32, 1996.

____: Der Hinduismus: Geschichte und Gegenwart. München: C.H. Beck, 1998 (Kap. VII.3, 347-357).

Miller, David M. u. Dorothy C. Wertz: Hindu Monastic Life: The Monks and Monasteries of Bhubaneshwar. Montreal u. London: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1976.

Müller, Hans-Peter: Die Râmakrishna-Bewegung: Studien zu ihrer Entstehung, Verbreitung und Gestaltung, Gütersloh, 1986.

Narayanan, Vasudha: "Renunciation and Gender Issues in the Shri Vaishnava Community", in: Wimbush, Vincent L., and Richard Valantasis (eds.): Asceticism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995, 443-458.

Norman, K.R.: "The Pratyekabuddha in Buddhism and Jainism", in: P. Denwood and A. Piatogorsky (eds.): Buddhist Studies Anscient and Modern, London, 1983.

O'Flaherty, Wendy Doniger: Asceticism and Eroticism in the Mythology of Shiva. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1973.

Ojha, Catherine: "Condition feminine et renoncement au monde dans l'hindouisme: Les communautes monastiques de femmes a Benares". BEFEO 73 (1984), 199-222.

Olivelle, Patrick: "The notion of âshrama in the Dharmastras", WZKS 18 (1974), 27-35.

____:"A Definition of World Renunciation", WZKS 19 (1975): 75-83.

____: "Contributions to the semantic history of samnyâsa", JAOS 101 (1981), 265-274.

____: "Renouncer and renunciation in the Dharmashâstra", in: Richard W. Lariviere (ed.), Studies in Sharmashâstra, Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1984, 81-152

____: Renunciation in Hinduism - A Medieval Debate, 2 vols., Vienna 1986-87.

____: Art. "Samnyâsa", in: Encyclopedia of Religion, ed. M. Eliade, New York/London 1987.

____: "Kings and ascetic", Adyar Library Bulletin 51 (= Festschrift Ludo Rocher) (1987a): 39-59.

____: "Village vs. Wilderness: Ascetic Ideals and the Hindu World", in: A. Creel and V. Narayan (eds.), Monasticism in the Christian and Hindu Traditions, Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen, 1990, 125-60.

____: Samnyâsa-Upanishads. Hindu Scriptures on Asctecism and Renunciaton. Transl. with Introduction and Notes by..., New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.

____: The Ashrama System. The History and Hermeneutics of a Religious Institution. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993.

____: Rules and Regulations of Brahmanical Asceticism. Yatidharmasamuccaya of Yâdava Prakâsha. Albany: SUNY, 1995.

____: "Deconstruction of the Body", in: Wimbush, Vincent L., and Richard Valantasis (eds.): Asceticism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995a, 188-210.

Olson, Carl: The Indian Renouncer and Postmodern Poison. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.

Oman, J. Campbell (1903): The Mystics, Ascetics and Saints of India. London.

Orr, W.G.: "Armed religious ascetics in Northern India", Bull. of the John Rylands Library 24.1 (1940), 81-100.

Parry, Jonathan: "Death and Cosmogony in Kashi", Contr. to Ind. Soc. (N.S.) 15 (1981), 337-365.

____: "Sacrificial Death and the Necrophagous Ascetic", in: M. Bloch and J. Parry (eds.), Death and the Regeneration of Life, Cambridge 1982.

____: "The Aghori Ascetics of Benares", in: R. Burghart and A. Cantlie (eds.), Indian Religion, London, New York, 1985, 51-78.

____: Death in Banaras. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Pinch, William R.: Peasants and Monks in British India, Berkeley, 1996.

Ray Chaudhuri, H.C.: History of Vaishnava Sects. Calcutta 1920.

Rüping, Klaus: "Zur Askese in indischen Religionen", in: Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft 2 (1977), 81-98.

Sarkar, Jadunath: A History of the Dasnami Naga Sanyasis. Daraganj (Allahabad): Sri Panchayati Akhara Mahanirvani, n.d. [1946].

Sawai, Yoshitsugu: The Faith of Ascetcis and Lay Smârtas: A Study of the Shankaran Tradition of Shringeri. Vienna 1992.

Schluchter, Wolfgang: "Weltflüchtiges Erlösungsstreben und organische Sozialethik. Überlegungen zu Max Webers Analysen der indischen Kulturreligionen", in ders., Max Webers Studie über Hinduismus und Buddhismus, Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 1984, 11-71.

Schmidt, Richard: Fakire und Fakirtum im alten und modernen Indien. Berlin 1921.

Schneider, U.: "Die Geschichte der beiden Jaratkâru", Wiener Z. für die Kunde Süd- und Ostasiens, III (1959), 1-12.

Shanta, N.: La voie jaina: Histoire, spiritualite, vie des ascetes pelerines de l'Inde. Paris 1985.

Sharma, Har Dutt : Contributions to the History of Brâhmanical Asceticism (Samnâysa). Poona 1939.

Shee, Monika: Tapas und tapasvin in den erzählenden Partien des Mahâbhârata. Hamburg 1986.

Sinha, Surajit and Baidyanath Saraswati: Ascetics of Kashi. Varanasi: N.K. Bose Memorial Foundation, 1978.

Skurzak, Ludwik: Etudes sur l'origine de l'ascecitism indien. Wroclaw, 1948 (Travaux de la Societe des Sciences et des Lettres de Wroclaw. Seria A, Nr. 15.)

Sprockhoff, Joachim Friedrich: Samnâysa - Quellenstudien zur Askese im Hinduismus, Bd. I: Untersuchungen über die Samnâysa-Upanishads. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1976.

____: "Die Alten im Alten Indien - Ein Versuch nach brahmanischen Quellen", Saeculum 30 (1979), 374-433.

____: "Aranyaka und Vânaprastha in der vedischen Literatur", WZKS XXV (1981), 19-90, und XXVIII (1984), 5-43.

Srivastava, Vinay Kumar: Religious Renunciation of a Pastoral People. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Sundaresan, Vidyasankar: "The Jyotirmath Sankaracarya Lineage in the 20th Century", (Jan. 1998), INDOLOGY: Internet Resources for Indological Scholarship dort: Important positions or review papers on indological topics.

Tambiah, S.J.: "The renouncer: his individuality and his community", in: T.N. Madan (ed.), Way of Life: King, Householder, Renouncer (Essays in Honour of Louis Dumont). Delhi: Vikas, 19982, 299-320.

Thiel-Horstmann, Monika [s. auch Horstmann, M.]: "Symbiotic Antinomy. The Social Organization of a North Indian Sect", Sixth Basham Lecture, Canberra: Faculty of Asian Studies, Australian National University, 1986.

____: "Treatises on Dadupanthi Monastic Discipline". In: Singh, Chandramani u. Neelima Vashishtha (ed.), Pathways to Literature, Art and Archaeology: Pt. Gopal Narayan Bahura Felicitation Volume, vol. 1, Jaipur, 1991, 95-113.

____: "On the dual identity of the Nâgâs", in: D.L. Eck (Hg.), Devotion Divine: Bhakti traditions from the Regions of India. Studies in Honour of Charlotte Vaudeville, Groningen: Forsten, 1991a, 255-71.

____: "Ein Kapitel nordindischer Religionspolitik im 18. Jahrhundert: Jai Singh II. und die religiösen Orden", Zeitschr. f. Religionsw. 2 (1994), 49-68.

Tripathi, B.D.: Sadhus of India. Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1978.

Unbescheid, Günther: Kânphanâ - Untersuchungen zu Kult, Mythologie und Geschichte shivaitischer Tantriker in Nepal. Wiesbaden 1980.

Van der Veer, Peter: "Taming the Ascetic: Devotionalism in a Hindu Monastic Order", Man (NS) 22 (1987), 680-695.

____: Gods on Earth : The Management of Religious Experience and Identity in a North Indian Pilgrimage Centre. Athlone 1988.

Weber, Max: Gesammelte Aufsätze zur Reliigionssoziologie. Bd. I-II. Tübingen 1922, darin besonders: "Die protestantische Ethik und der Geist des Kapitalismus" (I, 17-206); "Die protestantischen Sekten und der Geist des Kapitalismus" (I, 207-236); "Die Wirtschaftsethik der Weltreligionen", vornehmlich "Einleitung" (I, 237-275) sowie "Hinduismus und Buddhismus" (II, 1-378).

Wezler, Albrecht: "Die wahren Speiseresteesser" (Skt. vighasin). Mainz 1978.

____: "Samîka und Shringin. Zum Verständnis einer askesekritischen Erzählung aus dem Mahâbhârata", WZKS 23 (1979), 29-60.

White, Charles S.J.: "The Sai Baba movement: approaches to the study of Indian saints.

Williams, Raymond Brady: A New Face of Hinduism: the Swaminarayan Religion. Cambridge (etc.) 1984.

Wilson, H.H.: A Sketch of the Religious Sects of the Hindus. Reprint: Varanasi 1972 (11828/1832).

Wimbush, Vincent L., and Richard Valantasis (eds.): Asceticism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.

Wolz-Gottwald, Eckhart: "Zur Bedeutung des Asketentums für die Entstehung des Ayurveda", Journal of the European Ayurvedic Society 1 (1990), 125-136.

Zysk, Keneth (G.): Asceticism and Healing in Ancient India. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1991.

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