- Title Pages
- Notes on Transliteration
- 1 The Historical Background in Bengal
- 2 Building Fences With Kālī: Rāmprasād Sen and the Popularization of the Tantric Goddess
- 3 “Born in Rāmprasād's Line to Revive Bhakti”: Sādhaka Kamalākānta
- 4 Inheritors of Tradition: Floating in the Śākta Stream
- 5 Setting the Literary and Ritual Scene in Eighteenth‐Century Bengal
- 6 Dancing on the Heart‐Lotus: Kālī and the Rāmprasāds of Bengali Literature
- 7 Keeping the Legacy Alive: Kamalākānta Bhaṭṭācārya and the Śākta Padāvalī Tradition
- 8 “Mā, Come and Stay Awhile”: Kālī and Umā In Eighteenth‐ To Twentieth‐Century Bengali Poetry
- Conclusion: Bhakti's Balm in Bengal
- Mother of My Heart, Daughter of My Dreams
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