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Narasinha Mehta of GujaratA Legacy of Bhakti in Songs and Stories$

Neelima Shukla-Bhatt

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YouTube Video Listing (In the order of their reference in the book)

1. “Lata Mangashker Performing in ‘Lata Live,'” 5:03, from a performance for fundraising for Gujarat earthquake relief 2001, uploaded by “cheecheepia” on May 27, 2010, http://www.+youtube.com/watch?v=31JmokZnucI.

2. “Sonu Niigaam Sings at Harvard University,” 2:12, from a performance at the inauguration of Harvard's president on October 12, 2007, uploaded by “KavitaChhibber” on November 15, 2007, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FouwOWzzT8g&feature=related.

3. “11 Vaishnav Janato by Panchamam Students,” 5:16, a musical performance by students of Panchamam Arts & Creations at Esplanade, Singapore, on November 23, 2007, uploaded by “suguravi” on December 24, 2007, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y58dQZBfpDs.

4. “Maanbhatt—Part 1 [Sarjako series—The creators],” 10:56, part of a video of mān bhaṭṭ performance released by Gurjarvani, an Amedabad-based organization, uploaded by “gurjarvani” on November 3, 2010, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HG7gwKobULA.

5. “Barack Obama dinner with Mahatma Gandhi” 1:05, part of news broadcast, uploaded by “midday” on October 1, 2009, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpDoYBpUn_o.

6. “Obama's dream dinner with Mahatma Gandhi,” 1:28, part of news broadcast on the Indian news channel Star News, uploaded by “starnews” on September 8, 2009, http://+www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2rTCsF1cxc&feature=related.

7. “Tv9 Gujarat—Singer Sonu Nigam Joins Anna Hazare crusade,” 31:07, part containing Sonu Nigam's performance of Vaiṣṇavajana to (3:25–7:28), uploaded by “gujarattv9” on August 27, 2011, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc3dVkFfQGI.

8. “The Happy Minyan of L.A. pray Sukkot's Hoshana Rabba service (& Torah reading) with joy & reverence,” 12: 54, uploaded by “democast” on October 21, 2008, http://www.you+tube.com/watch?v=ndwDZUFabXk.

9. “vaishnav jan,” 4:16, Vaiṣṇavajana to sung by Lata Mangeshkar from a CD, uploaded by “nitin2611” on May 18, 2008, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKAhRsqvZqo.

10. “Vaishnav Jana to Lata Mangeshkar xvid,” 4:16, Vaiṣṇavajana to sung by Lata Mangeshkar, uploaded by “aamy1978” on April 6, 2009, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIvCtJEisp+Y&feature=related.

11. “Bhajan: Vaishnava Jana To,” 6:48, Vaiṣṇavajana to sung by Asit and Hema Desai, uploaded by “SongsOnCanvas” on December 30, 2009, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVbE2+pvmh1M&feature=related.

12. “Vaishnava Jan to—Riyaaz Qawwali,” 9:17, Vaiṣṇavajana to performance by the Houston-based qawwali group Riyaaz Qawwali, uploaded by “riyaazQawwali” on July 4, 2010, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NGeUhGKEjE.

(p.310) 13. “Vaishnav Janato by Vinayak J sj, Ahmedabad,” 6:41, and “Vaishnav Janato by Narsinh Mehta—a reflection Part 2 Ahmedabad,” 7:30, exegesis on Vaiṣṇavajana to by Fr. Vinayak Jadav, uploaded by “gurjarvani” on August 29 and August 31, 2010, http://www.you+tube.com/watch?v=_HBCg7BIaX0&feature=related and http://www.youtube.com/+watch?v=u3uiicAbbWA.

14. “Vaishnav Jan To Tene Kahiye,” 4:23, Vaiṣṇavajana to sung by a woman in her home, uploaded by “BhajanMala” on June 13, 2008, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXWxaohAQB0.

15. “Lord Krishna—Jal Kamal—Narsinh Mehta—Gujarati Bhajan with translation,” 5:05, Jal kamal chānī jā ne sung by Asit Desai and group from CD—Narasinh Mehta Uttam Pado, uploaded by “dharmaraksha” on November 6, 2008, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=+EkZEyLs3Qyg&feature=related.

16. “Jalkamal,” 4:43, dance performance to Jal kamal chānī jā ne by children at a cultural show, Sanoma County, California, uploaded by “HeritageOfIndia” on October 11, 2009, http://+www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bi5tU_vOhTk.

17. “Nagadaman—A Gujarati Padam from Aneri Pattani's Arangetram RangaPravesham,” 9:58, solo classical performance to Jal kamal chānī jā ne, uploaded by “gdavuluri” on September 20, 2010, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsXgSVM8dU8.

18. “Yashoda Tara Kanuda,” 6:22, dance performance by children to Yashodā tāra kānuā ne in a New Mexico Home, uploaded by “tapasbhakta” on November 9, 2010, http://www.+youtube.com/watch?v=B8-07N9-b_k.

19. “Rudi ne Rangeeli (4A).mov,” 5:06, dance performance to ī ne Rangīlī re by a Boston University dance group, uploaded by “thegarbafoundation” on April 12, 2010, http://www.+youtube.com/watch?v=WTphl_D5RZ0.

20. “High Sierra—Sukh Dukh Manmā,” 9:–43, performance by women of Sukh dukh man mā̃ recorded on April 24, 2010, at Shree Ramkabir Mandir, Carson, CA, USA, uploaded by “mahilabhajans” on May 11, 2010, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkqjGVSAe2M&+feature=related.

21. “Narsi Bhagat Ri—Bhajan,” 6:01, a song on Narsī jī ro māhero at a satsang (devotional gathering) in Kolkata with Radhekrishnaji, uploaded by “UltraBhakti” on November 24, 2010, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5D4u252rHoY.

22. “Gaadi main Bithale re Baba by Swami Sri Radha Krishna Ji Maharaj At Vishakapatnam,” 4:28, dance drama performance by the Radhekrishnaji and group at a devotional gathering in Vishakhapatanam, uploaded by “starash007” on October 28, 2009, http://www.you+tube.com/watch?v=0IfWmb_qs6U&feature=related.

23. “The Story of Narsi Bhagat,” Parts 1–3, each 10:02, the “Story of Naransinha Mehta” narrated by Rampalji, uploaded by “eternalsupreme1” on August 6, 2010, http://www.youtube.com/+watch?v=VtXCDX9uiDM, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miG9yYVQILU&feature+=related, and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jKV8WTKqPM&feature=related.

24. “Narsi ka bhaat. Part 01/10,” 10:10, musical and film narration of Narasinha Mehta's sacred biography by Sanjo Baghel, uploaded by “anildubebr1” on April 9, 2010, http://www.you+tube.com/watch?v=4NC8h35K4Qg&feature=related.