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The Bijak of Kabir$

Linda Hess and Shukdeo Singh

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780195148763

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0195148762.001.0001

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I. Kabir's Works in Hindi

Das, Shyamsundar, ed. Kabīr granthāvalī. Varanasi: Nagari Pracharini Sabha, 1928 (many reprints).

Gupta, Mataprasad, ed. Kabīr granthāvalī. Allahabad: Lokbharati Prakashan, 1969 (includes modern Hindi prose versions of poems).

Khemraj, Shrikrishnadas, ed. Bījak. Bombay: Venkateshvara Press, 1904 (“Raja of Rewa” edition, orig. pub. 1868).

Shastri, Hansdas, and Prasad, Mahabir, eds. Kabīr sāheb kā bījak. Barabanki: Kabir Granth Prakashan Samiti, 1950 (“Barabanki” edition).

Singh, Shukdev, ed. Bījak. Allahabad: Nilabh Prakashan, 1972.

Tivari, P. N., ed. Kabīr granthāvalī. 2 vols. Allahabad: Hindi Parishad, 1961 (first vol. is extensive introduction; second vol. is Kabir's poetry).

Varma, Ramkumar, ed. Sant kabīr. Allahabad: Sahitya Bhavan, 1966.

Vaudeville, Charlotte, ed. Kabīr‐vāṇī. Pondicherry, 1982 (reprints Hindi texts of Das's Granthāvalī, Tivari's Granthāvalī, and Kabir portions of the Guru Granth, with introduction in French and English).

Vichardas, comm. Bījak. Allahabad: Ramnarayanlal, 1928 (orig. pub. 1926).

II. Other Works in Hindi

Chaturvedi, Parashuram. Kabīr sāhitya kī parakh, 3rd ed. Allahabad: Bharati Bhandar, 1972.

Chaturvedi, Parashuram, and Dr. Mahendra, eds. Kabīr koś. Allahabad: Smriti Prakashan, 1973.

Dvivedi, Hazariprasad. Kabīr, 2nd ed. Delhi: Rajkamal Prakashan, 1973.

Singh, Jaydev, and Singh, Vasudev. Kabīr vā∇ngmay, vol. 1 (ramainī) and vol. 3 (sākhī). Varanasi: Vishvavidyalaya Prakashan, 1974 and 1976.

Varma, Ramchandra, ed. Mānak hindī koś, 5 vols. Allahabad: Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, 1962.

——, ed. Sa∇nkṣipt hindī śabdasāgar. Varanasi: Nagari Pracharini Sabha, 1957.

III. Works in Non‐Indian Languages

Barthwal, P. D. The Nirgun School of Hindi Poetry. Benares: The Indian Bookshop, 1936.

Briggs, George Weston. Gorakhnāth and the Kānphaṭa Yogīs. Reprint ed. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1973 (orig. pub. 1938).

Dasgupta, S. B. Obscure Religious Cults, 3rd ed. Calcutta: Firma K. L. Mukhopadyay, 1969 (orig. pub. 1946).

Dimock, Edward C., Jr. The Place of the Hidden Moon: Erotic Mysticism in the Vaiṣnava‐Sahajiyā Cult of Bengal. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1966.

Eliade, Mercea. Yoga: Immortality and Freedom, trans. Willard R. Trask. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1958; 2nd ed. 1969.

(p.200) Fish, Stanley. Self‐Consuming Artifacts. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972.

Hess, Linda. “Three Kabir Collections: A Comparative Study” and “Kabir's Rough Rhetoric,” in The Sant Tradition of India, ed. Karine Schomer and W. H. McLeod. Berkeley: Berkeley Religious Studies Series, forthcoming in 1983.

——. “Studies in Kabīr: Texts, Traditions, Styles and Skills.” Ph.D. diss., University of California, Berkeley, 1980.

Kabir. The Bijak of Kabir, trans. Ahmad Shah. Published by the author, Hamirpur, 1917.

——. The Kabir Book: 44 of the Ecstatic Poems of Kabir, versions by Robert Bly. Boston: Beacon Press, 1977.

——. Songs of Kabīr, trans. Rabindranath Tagore. New York: Samuel Weiser, 1974 (orig. pub. London, 1915).

Keay, F. E. Kabir and His Followers. Calcutta: Association Press (YMCA), 1931.

Kvaerne, Per. An Anthology of Buddhist Tantric Songs. Oslo: Norwegian Research Council, 1977.

McLeod, W. H. Gurū Nānak and the Sikh Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968.

Orr, W. G. A Sixteenth‐Century Indian Mystic. London: Lutterworth Press, 1947.

Ramanujan, A. K. Speaking of Śiva. Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1973.

Schomer, Karine, and McLeod, W. H., eds. The Sant Tradition of India. Berkeley: Berkeley Religious Studies Series, forthcoming in 1983.

Vaudeville, Charlotte. Au Cabaret de l'amour. Paris: Gallimard, 1959.

——. Kabīr, vol. 1. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1974 (vol. 2, forthcoming).

——, trans. Kabīr Granthāvalī (Dohā). Pondicherry, 1957.

——. Kabīr‐vāṇī. See entry under “Kabir's Works in Hindi.”

Westcott, G. H. Kabir and Kabir Panth. Reprint ed. Delhi: Baharatiya Publishing House, 1974 (orig. pub. 1907).