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Bibliography on Court Rituals in Rajasthan

Copyright Jörg Gengnagel & Kerstin Sobkowiak

Collaborative Research Center 619 “Ritual Dynamics” – Subproject B5 “Court Rituals in the Princely State of Jaipur and their Current Revival”

August 2012

1. General

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Chandra, Satish & Raghubir Singh & Ghanashyama Datta Sharma (eds.). 1976. Marwar under Jaswant Singh 1658–1678: Jodhpur Hukumat Ri Bahi. Meerut: Meenakshi Prakashan.

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Dave, Rajendra Kumar. 1992. Society and Culture of Marwar. Jodhpur: Kusumanjali Prakashan.

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— 1974. Genealogical Table of the Kachhawahas. Jaipur: Jai Mayur Travels.

Fisher, Michael H. 1990. “The Resident in Court Ritual: 1764–1858”. Modern Asian Studies 24.3: 419–458.

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Gayatri Devi, Maharani of Jaipur & Santha Ramarau. 1976. A Princess Remembers: The Memoirs of the Maharani of Jaipur. Philadelphia: Lippincott.

Gode, P. K. 1936. “Some Contemporary Evidence regarding the Asvamedha Sacrifice performed by Sewai Jayasingh of Amber (1699 – 1744 A.D.)”. Journal of Indian History 15: 364–367.

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Goyala, Sureśa. 1970. Jaipur: The Pink City. Surajpole & Udaipur: Goyal Brothers.

Graverol, Gaël de. 2007. “La Relation Caste–Tribu dans un Ancien Royaume du Rajasthan : les Mīnā d’Amber Jaipur”. Paris: École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS).

Gupta, Beni. 1976. “Minority Rule in Jaipur (1768 to 1851)”. Journal of the Rajasthan Institute of Historical Research 12 [i. e. l3].3: 1–14.

Gupta, Babu L. 1987. Trade and Commerce in Rajasthan during the 18th Century. Jaipur: Jaipur Publications House.

Gupta, Satya Prakash. 1965. “Expansion of the Territory of the Kacchawahas in Mughal Times”. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 27: 177–183.

— 1974. “The Jagir System during the Evolution of Jaipur State (1650–1750)”. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 35: 171–179.

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Hendley, Thomas Holbein. 1876. The Jeypore Guide. Jaipur: The Raj Press.

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— 1897. The Rulers of India and the Chiefs of Rajputana, 1550 to 1897. London: W. Griggs.

Hooja, Rima. 2006. A History of Rajasthan. New Delhi: Rupa & Co.

Hooja, Rakesh & Rima Hooja. 2005. “Amber: The Erstwhile Capital of the Kachchwaha Rajputs”. Shikha Jain (ed.). Princely Terrain: Amber, Jaipur and Shekhawati. Gurgaon: Shubhi Publications, 30–47.

— 2005. “Kachchwahas of Amber: From Dulha Rai to the Founding of Jaipur”. Shikha Jain (ed.). Princely Terrain: Amber, Jaipur and Shekhawati. Gurgaon: Shubhi Publications, 48–77.

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Upadhyaya, Nirmala. 1973. The Administration of Jodhpur State (1800 – 1947 A.D.). Jodhpur: International Publishers.

Vashishta, Vijay Kumar. 1998. “Anglo–Mughal Scramble for Royal Prerogatives in the Princely States of Rajputana during the Early 19th Century”. The Indian Historical Review 25.1: 72–82.

Vyas, Ram Prasad. 1969. Role of Nobility in Marwar 1800–1873 A. D. New Delhi: Jain.

Vyasa, R. P. 1968. “Maharaja Man Singh and His Anti–British Feeling”. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 30: 239–246.

Webb, William Wilfrid. 1893. The Currencies of the Hindu States of Rajputana. Westminster: A. Constable & Co.

Wills, Cecil Upton. 1933. A Report on the Land–Tenures and Special Powers of Certain Thikanedars of the Jaipur State. (The Jaipur Gazette, Extraordinary 51/4605, 18th November 1933). Delhi: I. M. H. Press.

Zaidi, S. Inayat Ali. 1974. “The Pattern of Matrimonial Ties between the Kachawaha Clan and the Mughal Ruling Family”. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 35: 131–143.

— 1983/84. “Rozinader Troopers under Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur (A. D. 1700–1743)”. The Indian Historical Review 10: 45–65.

Ziegler, Norman Paul. 1976. “Marvari Historical Chronicles: Sources for the Social and Cultural History of Rajasthan”. Indian Economic and Social History Review 13.2: 219–250.

— 1976. “The Seventeenth Century Chronicles of Mārvāṛa: A Study in the Evolution and Use of Oral Traditions in Western India”. History in Africa 3: 127–153.

— 1981. “Some Notes on Rajput Loyalties During the Mughal Period”. John F. Richards (ed.). Kingship and Authority in South Asia. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 215–251.

— 1994. “Evolution of the Rathor State of Marvar: Horses, Structural Change and Warfare”. Karine Schomer et al. (ed.). The Idea of Rajasthan. Vol. 2. Delhi: Manohar, 192–216.

— 1998. “Rajput Loyalties During the Mughal Period”. John F. Richards (ed.). Kingship and Authority in South Asia. Delhi et al.: Oxford University Press, 242–284.

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2. Rajput Courts

Ambashthya, Brahmadeva Prasad. 1958. “The Accounts of Safdar Ali, the Mir Munshi of Todar Mal, and of Ram Das Kachchawaha by Kanha Bord of Kachchawahas of the Village Achalpurah in Jaipur State”. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 44.1/2: 57–74.

— 1964. “Some Letters from Jaipur Records”. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 26: 36–40.

— 1965. “Some Letters from Jaipur Records in Sir Jadunath Sarkar's Collection at Dr. Raghubir Singh's Library, Sitamau (Malwa)”. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 27: 262–265.

Ātmārām, K. (ed.). 1979. Savāī Jayasiṃha Carita (Sawai Jaisingh Charita). Vol. 4. (Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. Memorial Series 4). Jaipur: Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. Museum.

Bakshi, Shiri Ram & Sri Kant Sharma (eds.). 2000. The Great Rajputs: Jaipur State Rulers and Their Diplomacy. 5 Vols. New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publications.

Balzani, Marzia. 2007. “Spectacle and Power in the Organization of Kingly Ritual: The Case of Jodhpur, Rajasthan”. Heidrun Brückner & Elisabeth Schömbucher & Phillip B. Zarrilli (eds.). The Power of Performance: Actors, Audiences and Observers of Cultural Performances in India. New Delhi: Manohar, 25–51.

Balzani, Marzia & Varsha Joshi. 1994. “The Death of a Concubine's Daughter: Palace Manuscripts as a Source for the Study of the Rajput Elite”. South Asia Research 14.2: 136–162.

Banerjee, Anil Chandra. 1951. The Rajput States and the East India Company. Calcutta: A. Mukherjee.

— (ed.). 1962. Lectures on Rajput History. (Ragunath Prosad Nopany Lectures 1960). Calcutta: Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay.

— 1983. Aspects of Rajput State and Society. New Delhi: Rajesh Publications.

Belli, Melia. 2009. “Royal Umbrellas of Stone: Memory, Political Propaganda, and Public Identity in Rajput Funerary Architecture”. (Doctoral Dissertation). Los Angeles: University of California.

Bhattacharyya, Sukumar. 1972. The Rajput States and the East India Company: From the Close of 18th Century to 1820. New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal.

Bingley, Alfred Horsford. 1986. Handbook on Rajputs. New Delhi: Asian Educational Services.

Caleb Project. 2000. The Rajputs of Rajasthan: Glories Lost. Littleton: Caleb Productions.

Chattopadhyaya, Brajadulal D. 1994. “The Emergence of the Rajputs as Historical Process in Early Medieval Rajasthan”. Karine Schomer et al. (ed.). The Idea of Rajasthan. Vol. 2. Delhi: Manohar, 161–191.

Freitag, Jason. 2008. “Becoming Rajput: A Historical Perspective”. Debra Diamond & Catherine Glynn & Karni Singh Jasol (eds.). Garden and Cosmos: The Royal Paintings of Jodhpur. London: Thames & Hudson, 6–9.

Haynes, Edward Sheldon. 1990. “Rajput Ceremonial Interactions as a Mirror of a Dying Indian State System, 1820–1947”. Modern Asian Studies 24.3: 459–492.

Hendley, Thomas Holbein. 1905. The Rajputs and the History of Rajputana. London: W. Griggs.

Hitchcock, John T. 1959. “The Idea of the Martial Rājpūt”. Milton B. Singer (ed.). Traditional India: Structure and Change. (The American Folklore Society: Bibliographical and Special Series 10). Philadelphia: The American Folklore Society, 10–17.

Horstmann, Monika. 2001. “Religious Dignitaries in the Court Protocol of Jaipur (Mid–Eighteenth to Early Nineteenth Century)”. Georg Berkemer (ed.). Explorations in the History of South Asia. Essays in Honour of Dietmar Rothermund. (South Asian Studies 36). Delhi: Manohar, 139–155.

— 2009. Der Zusammenhalt der Welt. Religiöse Herrschaftslegitimation und Religionspolitik Mahārājā Savāī Jaisinghs (1700 – 1743). (Khoj – A Series of Modern South Asian Studies 8). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

Jasol, Karni Singh. 2008. “The Rathores of Jodhpur–Marwar”. Debra Diamond & Catherine Glynn & Karni Singh Jasol (eds.). Garden and Cosmos: The Royal Paintings of Jodhpur. London: Thames & Hudson, 1–5.

Kasturi, Malavika. 2002. Embattled Identities: Rajput Lineages and the Colonial State in Nineteenth–Century North India. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Narain, Iqbal & Prakash Chand Mathur. 1990. “The Thousand Year Raj: Regional Isolation and Rajput Hinduism in Rajasthan before and after 1947”. Francine Franknel & M. S. A. Rao (eds.). Dominance and State Power in India: Decline of a Social Order. Vol. 2. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1–58.

Qanungo, Kalika Ranjan. 1971. Studies in Rajput History. Delhi et al.: Chand.

Ratnawat, Shyam Singh. 1989. Rajput Nobility: With Special Reference to the Kachchawaha Nobility of Jaipur during 1700–1858 A. D. Jaipur: Panchsheel Prakashan.

Saxena, Rajendra Kumar. 1996. Rajput Nobility: A Study of 18th Century Rajputana. Jaipur: Publication Scheme.

— 2006. The Apparatus of Rathors: A Study of Marwar. Assignment of Jagirs, Award of Offices, Titles and Honours to the Rathors Nobility 1764–1858. Jodhpur: Maharaja Man Singh Pustak Prakash Research Centre.

Seesodia, Jessrajsingh. 1915. The Rajputs: A Fighting Race. A Short Account of the Rajput Race, Its Warlike Past, Its Early Connections with Great Britain and Its Gallant Services at the Present Moment at the Front. London: East & West Ltd.

Sharma, G. D. 1977. Rajput Polity: A Study of Politics and Administration of the State of Marwar, 1638 – 1746. New Delhi: Manohar Book Service.

Vergati, Anne. 2000. “Clans rājpūt, généalogies et identité dans l'ouest du Rajasthan”. Annie Montaut (ed.). Le Rajasthan. Ses dieux, ses héros, son peuple. (Colloques Langues'O). Paris: Publications Langues'O, 207–220.

Vyas, Ram Prasad. 1969. Role of Nobility in Marwar 1800–1873 A. D. New Delhi: Jain.

Ziegler, Norman Paul. 1973. “Action, Power and Service in Rajasthani Culture: A Social History of the Rajpūts of Middle Period Rajasthan”. (Doctoral Dissertation). Chicago: University of Chicago.

— 1981. “Some Notes on Rajput Loyalties During the Mughal Period”. John F. Richards (ed.). Kingship and Authority in South Asia. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 215–251.

— 1998. “Rajput Loyalties During the Mughal Period”. John F. Richards (ed.). Kingship and Authority in South Asia. Delhi et al.: Oxford University Press, 242–284.

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3. Mughal Courts

Agrawal, Chandra Mohan. 1978. Wazirs of Aurangzeb. Bodh–Gaya: Kanchan Publications.

— 1986. Akbar and His Hindu Officers: A Critical Study. Jalandhar: ABS Publishers.

Ansari, Muhammad Azhar. 1961. “Court Ceremonies of the Great Mughals”. Islamic Culture 35: 183–197.

Arnold, Thomas Walker & James V. Stewart & Alfred Chester Beatty (eds.). 1937. Chronicle of Akbar the Great: A Description of a Manuscript of the Akbar–Nama illustrated by the Court Painters. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Athar Ali, Muhammad. 2006. Mughal India: Studies in Polity, Ideas, Society, and Culture. New Delhi et al.: Oxford University Press.

Azhar, Muhammad Ansari (ed.). 1984. Administrative Documents of Mughal India. Delhi: B. R. Publication Corporation.

Bhattacharya, Sunanda. 1993. Role of Jats and Rajputs in the Mughal Court 1707–1740. Jodhpur: Books Treasure.

Khan, Sumbul Halim. 1985. “The Wakils of Amber at the Mughal Court”. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 46: 342–343.

Manucci, Niccolao. 1957. Memoirs of the Mogul Court. Edited by Michael Edwardes. London: Folio Society.

Sangar, S. P. 1988. “Facts about Aurangzeb's Courts as Reflected in the Jaipur Newsletters”. Panjab University Research Bulletin: Arts 19.2: 191–201.

Tikkiwal, Harish Chandra. 1974. Jaipur and the Later Mughals 1707–1803 A. D.: A Study in Political Relations. Jaipur: Renu.

Verma, Som Prakash. 1978. Art and Material Culture in the Paintings of Akbar's Court. New Delhi et al.: Vikas Publishing House.

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4. Arts & Architecture

American Library Color Slide Company. 1960. Mughal Court Art of India: The Official Style of Miniature Paintings in the XVI and XVII Centuries. New York: American Color Slide Company.

Anand, Mulk Raj. 1977. “An Epistle Dedicatory to the Master Builder Sawai Jai Singh”. Marg 30.4: 9–24.

Archer, Mildred. 1969. Indian Paintings from Court, Town and Village. London: Arts Council of Great Britain.

Asher, Catherine B. 1992. Architecture of Mughal India. Vol. 4. Edited by Gordon Johnson. (The New Cambridge History of India 1: The Mughals and Their Contemporaries). Cambridge et al.: Cambridge University Press.

Bahadur, V. N. 2005. “Baolis: Stepwells of Dhoondhar”. Shikha Jain (ed.). Princely Terrain: Amber, Jaipur and Shekhawati. Gurgaon: Shubhi Publications, 78–87.

Banerji, Adris. 1976. “Schools of Rajasthani Paintings”. Indian Museum Bulletin 11.2: 50–55.

Bautze, Joachim Karl. 1983. “Rajasthani Painting: Relation of Murals and Miniatures”. Bulletin d'études indiennes 1: 40–41.

— 1990. “The Ajmer Darbar of 1832 and Kota Painting”. South Asian Studies 6: 71–91.

— 1995. “Die Welt der höfischen Malerei”. Gerd Kreisel (ed.). Rajasthan: Land der Könige. Stuttgart: Linden–Museum Stuttgart in Zusammenarbeit mit Kunstverlag Gotha, 123–180.

Beach, Milo Cleveland. 1981. The Imperial Image: Paintings for the Mughal Court. Washington D. C.: Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institute.

— 2000. Mughal and Rajput Painting. Vol. 3. Edited by Gordon Johnson. (The New Cambridge History of India: The Mughals and Their Contemporaries). Cambridge et al.: Cambridge University Press.

Binyon, Laurence. 1927. “Relations between Rajput and Mughal Paintings: A New Document”. Rupam 29: 4–5.

Binyon, Laurence & Thomas Walker Arnold (eds.). 1921. The Court Painters of the Grand Moguls. Oxford et al.: Milford.

Carapetian, Michael. 1982. “Jaipur: The Pink City”. The Architectural Review 172.1027: 35–43.

Chand, Hot. 1972/73. “Conservation of Wall Paintings at Amber Palaces”. The Researcher: A Bulletin of Rajasthan's Archaeology and Museums 12–13: 59–62.

Chaturvedi, Mamta. 2000. Mirth of Jaipur Wall Paintings. Jaipur: Publication Scheme.

Cimino, Rosa Maria. 1985. Life at Court in Rajasthan: Indian Miniatures from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century. Firenze: Mario Luca Giusti.

— 2001. Wall Paintings of Rajasthan: Amber and Jaipur. New Delhi: Aryan Books International.

Crill, Rosemary. 1994. “Mistaken Identities: Mughal Portraits of Raja Man Singh of Amber and Udai Singh of Mewar”. Oriental Art 40.3: 2–6.

— 2000. Marwar Painting: A History of the Jodhpur Style. Mumbai: India Book House Limited.

Das, Asok Kumar (ed.). 1976. Treasures of Indian Painting from the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. Museum, Jaipur. Vol. 1. Jaipur: Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. Museum Trust.

— 1977. “Homage to Jaipur: Miniatures”. Marg 30.4: 77–94.

— 1986. Amber Jaipur Painting. Jaipur: Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II. Museum.

— 2000. “Court Painting for the Amber Rulers”. Andrew Topsfield (ed.). Court Painting in Rajasthan. Bombay: Marg Publications, 41–56.

Dhama, B. L. 1962. Domestic Architecture: Jaipur and Amber. Jaipur: Ajanta Printers.

Diamond, Debra. 2000. “The Politics and Aesthetics of Citation: Nath Painting in Jodhpur 1803–1843”. New York: Columbia University.

Diamond, Debra & Catherine Glynn & Karni Singh Jasol (eds.). 2008. Garden and Cosmos: The Royal Paintings of Jodhpur. London: Thames & Hudson.

Erdman, Joan L. 1989. “Jaipur. City Planning in 18th Century India ”. Anna Libera Dallapiccola & Christine Walter–Mendy & Stephanie Zingel–Avé Lallemant (eds.). Shastric Traditions in Indian Arts. Vol. 1. Texts. (Beiträge zur Südasienforschung 125). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 219–235.

Glynn, Catherine. 1996. “Evidence of Royal Painting for the Amber Court”. Artibus Asiae 56.1/2: 67–93.

Goetz, Hermann. 1946/47. “The Kachhwaha School of Rajput Painting (Amber and Jaipur)”. Bulletin of the Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery 4: 33–47.

— 1949. “The Marwar School of Rajput Painting”. Bulletin of the Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery 5.1/2: 43–54.

— 1962. “A Signed and Dated Portrait of a Maharani of Jaipur”. Bulletin of the Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery 14: 17–18.

Gray, Basil. 1958. Rajput Painting. (The Faber Gallery of Oriental Art). London: Faber & Faber.

Gray, Basil & Douglas Barret. 1948. “Western Indian Painting in India in the 16th Century: The Origin of Rajput Schools”. The Burlington Magazine 90.539: 40–43.

Jacob, Samuel Swinton. 1891. “Fresco Painting as Practised at Jeypore”. Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects 7: 207–209.

— 1977. Jeypore Portfolio of Architectural Details. Vol. 1–5. Varanasi: Indological Book House.

Jacob, Samuel Swinton & Thomas Holbein Hendley. 1886. Jeypore Enamels. London: W. Griggs.

Khandalavala, Karl J. (ed.). 1974. Wall Paintings from Amber. (Lalit Kala Series Portfolio 13). New Delhi: Lalit Kala Akademi.

Michell, George. 1976. “Jaipur: Form and Origin”. Art and Archaeology Research Papers Beiheft 9 (Stadt und Ritual): 78–81.

Prakash, Satya. 1955–56. “A Note on Some Typical Jaipur Frescoes”. Lalit Kala 1–2: 136–141.

Pratap, Rita. 1995. “Wall Paintings of Amber and Jaipur: Subject, Style and Technique”. Vijay Shankar Srivastava & Mohan Lal Gupta (eds.). Roopankan: Recent Studies in Indian Pictorial Heritage. P. R. Gopal Vijaivargiya Felicitation Volume. Jaipur: Printwell, 108–120.

— 1996. The Panorama of Jaipur Paintings. (Contours of Indian Art and Architecture 1). New Delhi: D. K. Printworld (P) Ltd.

Sahai, Yaduendra. 1979. “The Mints of Sawai Jaipur”. Journal of the Numismatic Society of India 41: 55–65.

Thompson, Jon. 1989. “Shaped Carpets Found in the Jaipur Treasury”. Krishna Riboud (ed.). In Quest of Themes and Skills: Asian Textiles. Bombay: Marg Publications, 48–51.

Topsfield, Andrew. 1981. “Painting for the Rajput Court”. Basil Gray (ed.). The Arts of India. Ithaca (New York): Cornell University Press, 159–176.

— (ed.). 1986. Paintings from the Rajput Courts: An Exhibition of Paintings from the Rajput Courts of India. London: Indar Pasricha Fine Arts.

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— 2001. Court Painting at Udaipur: Art under the Patronage of the Maharanas of Mewar. (Artibus Asiae Supplement 44). Zürich: Artibus Asiae Publishers.

Vashishtha, Neelima. 1995. “The Chhatri (Cenotaph) of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur: An Appreciation”. Art and Culture 10.1: 129–137.

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5. Religious Traditions

Asher, Catherine B. 1995. “Authority, Victory and Commemoration: The Temples of Raja Man Singh”. Journal of Vaisnava Studies 3.3: 25–37.

— 1996. “Kacchvaha Pride and Prestige: The Temple Patronage of Raja Mana Simha”. Margaret H. Case (ed.). Govindadeva: A Dialogue in Stone. (Vraja Nāthadvārā prakalpa 2). New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, 215–238.

Babb, Lawrence A. & John E. Cort & Michael Meister. 2008. Desert Temples. Sacred Centers of Rajasthan in Historical, Art–Historical and Social Contexts. Jaipur: Rawat Publications.

Bahura, Gopal Narayan. 1996. “Śrī Govinda Gāthā Service Rendered to Govinda by the Rulers of Āmera and Jayapura”. Margaret H. Case (ed.). Govindadeva: A Dialogue in Stone.(Vraja Nāthadvārā prakalpa 2). New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, 195–213.

Bahura, Gopal Narayan & Chandramani Singh. 2009. Kachhawahas of Amber, the City of Mother Goddess. Jaipur: Publication Scheme.

Banerjee, Nil Ratan. 1970. “Durga Puja and Dasain”. Nil Ratan Banerjee (ed.). Souvenir of the Durga Puja and Dasehra Celebrations in Kathmandu: 1970. Kathmandu: Durga Puja and Dasehra Celebrations Committee, 6–13.

— (ed.). 1970. Souvenir of the Durga Puja and Dasehra Celebrations in Kathmandu: 1970. Kathmandu: Durga Puja and Dasehra Celebrations Committee.

Bennett, Peter. 1993. The Path of Grace. Social Organisation and Temple Worship in a Vaishnava Sect. (Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology). Delhi: Hindustan Publishing Corporation.

Biardeau, Madeleine. 1981. “L'Arbre śamī et le buffle sacrificiel”. Madeleine Biardeau (ed.). Autour de la déesse hindoue. (Collection Puruṣārtha 5). Paris: éditions de l'École des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales, 215–243.

Bouillier, Véronique. 2008. Itinérance et vie monastique. Les ascètes Nāth Yogīs en Inde contemporaine. Paris: éditions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.

Burghart, Richard. 1978. “The Founding of the Ramanandi Sect”. Ethnohistory 25.2: 121–139.

— 1983. “Wandering Ascetics of the Rāmānandī Sect”. History of Religions 22.4: 361–380.

Case, Margaret H. 1995. “Govindadeva Temple”. Journal of Vaisnava Studies 3.3: 37–43.

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Crooke, W. 1915. “The Dasahra: An Autumn Festival of the Hindus”. Folklore 26.1: 28–59.

Fuller, Christopher John & Penny Logan. 1985. “The Navaratri Festival in Madurai”. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 48.1: 79–105.

Gengnagel, Jörg. 2013. “Inside and Outside the Palace. The Worship of the Royal Insignia (śastravāhanādipūjā) in Jaipur“. Ute Hüsken & Axel Michaels (eds.). South Asian Festivals on the Move. (Ethno-Indology. Heidelberg Studies in South Asian Rituals 13). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 342–365.

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Hastings, James Michael. 2002. “Poets, Sants and Warriors: The Dadu Panth, Religious Change and Identity Formation in Jaipur State ca. 1562–1860 CE”. (Doctoral Dissertation). Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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— 1994. “Ein Kapitel nordindischer Religionspolitik im 18. Jahrhundert: Jaisingh II. und die religiösen Orden”. Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft 2.1: 49–67.

— 1994. “Govinddevji of Vrindaban and Jaipur and Its Kachvaha Patrons from the Mid–Seventeenth to the Mid–Eighteenth Century”. Alan W. Entwistle & Francoise Mallison (eds.). Studies in South Asian Devotional Literature, Research Papers. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Devotional Literature in New Indo–Aryan Languages. New Delhi: Manohar, 82–93.

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— 1999. In Favour of Govinddevji: Historical Documents Relating to a Deity of Vrindaban and Eastern Rajasthan. New Delhi: Manohar.

— 1999. “The Temple of Govindadevaji: A Symbol of Hindu Kingship?”. Narendra Kumar Singhi & Rajendra Joshi (eds.). Religion, Ritual and Royalty. (Rajasthan Studies). Jaipur & New Delhi: Rawat Publications, 162–175.

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— 2001. “Charisma, transition of charisma and canon in North Indian bhakti”. V. Dalmia & A. Malinar & M. Christoph–Füchsle (ed.). Charisma and Canon: Festschrift for Heinrich von Stietencron. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 171–182.

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— 2002. "Authority over Vaisnava Temples: The maalik (18th and 19th centuries)". Unpublished paper presented at the 17thEuropean Conference on Modern South Asian Studies, Heidelberg, 9–14 September 2002.

— 2002. “The Rāmānandīs of Galtā (Jaipur, Rajasthan)”. Lawrence A. Babb & Varsha Joshi & Michael W. Meister (eds.). Multiple Histories: Culture and Society in the Study of Rajasthan. Jaipur & New Delhi: Rawat Publications, 141–197.

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Kapur, Anuradha. 1985. “Actors, Pilgrims, Kings and Gods: The Ramlila at Ramnagar”. Contributions to Indian Sociology 19: 57–74.

Khanna, Madhu. 2000. “The Ritual Capsule of Durgā Pūjā: An Ecological Perspective”. Christopher Key Chapple & Mary Evelyn Tucker (eds.). Hinduism and Ecology: The Intersection of Earth, Sky, and Water. (Religions of the World and Ecology). Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 469–498.

Mallebrein, Cornelia. 1996. “Dantesvari, the Family Goddess (Kulsvamini) of the Rajas of Bastar, and the Dasahara–Festival of Jagdalpur”. Axel Michaels & Cornelia Vogelsanger & Annette Wilke (eds.). Wild Goddesses in India and Nepal. Bern et al.: Peter Lang, 483–511.

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Pilania, G. P. 1991. “Sawai Jai Singh and Vaisnavism”. Chandramani Singh & Neelima Vashishta (eds.). Pathways to Literature, Art and Archaeology: Pt. Gopal Narayan Bahura Felicitation Volume. Vol. 2. Jaipur: Publication Scheme, 65–79.

Pinch, William R. 1999. “History, Devotion and the Search for Nabhadas of Galta”. Daud Ali (ed.). Invoking the Past: The Uses of History in South Asia. (SOAS Studies on South Asia: Understandings and Perspectives Series). New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 367–396.

Ramakrishna Rao, Rajakaryaprasakta B. 1921. “The Dasara Celebrations in Mysore”. The Quarterly Journal of the Mythic Society 11.4: 300–311.

Rao, C. Hayavadana. 1936. The Dasara in Mysore: Its Origin and Significance. Bangalore: Bangalore Press.

Richardson, Edward Allen. 1979. “Mughal and Rajput Patronage of the Bhakti Sect of the Maharajas: The Vallabha Sampradaya 1640–1760 A. D.”. Arizona: The University of Arizona.

Rodrigues, Hillary Peter. 2003. Ritual Worship of the Great Goddess: The Liturgy of the Durga Puja with Interpretations. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Rüstau, Hiltrud. 2007. “The Great Festival of the Goddess: Daśaharā in Bastar”. Archiv Orientální 75.4: 471–492.

Schnepel, Burkhard. 1996. “The Hindu King's Authority Reconsidered: Durgā–Pūjā and Dasarā in a South Orissan Jungle Kingdom”. Asa Boholm (ed.). Political Ritual. Gothenburg: Institute for Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology, 126–157.

Singh, Chandramani. 1996. “Bhoga, pūjā, utsava, and Śṛṅgāra of Śrī Govindadeva”. Margaret H. Case (ed.). Govindadeva: A Dialogue in Stone. (Vraja Nāthadvārā prakalpa 2). New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, 261–266.

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