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Concurrences in the Mystical Discourse in Shah Abdul Latif’s Risalo and Ashtavakrageeta

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Texts, poets and poetic enunciations do not thrive in a vacuum. The ‘zeit geist’ of the age and the discourses floating in that spacio-temporal atmosphere, are bound to make an impact on the emergent creative activity of the period. Herein lies the relevance and legitimacy of the present paper. Sufism as a movement cannot and should not be studied in a vaccum. Shubha Chakraborty Dasgupta, in an article “State of the Discipline: The Indian Context” published in a journal of Comparative Literature called “Inquire” writes: …deep engagements with areas of Indian Literature inevitably lead to a dynamic trans-national perspective, with the constant flow of people to and from the country to the outside world, and then, a moving caravan of thoughts, religions, myths and stories, and later, texts and translations. There exist close parallels between Latif’s mysticism and Indian monism. Dr. Motilal Jotwani explains the principle of non-attachment to worldliness and materialism and the realization of ‘Brahman’ or ‘Haqq’ as the essence of ‘atman’ or ‘ruh’ respectively in the Vedantic and Sufi paradigms. The present article attempts a perusal of Ashtavakrageeta and Shah Abdul Latif’s Risalo through comparative analysis of the two texts belonging to two different spacio-temporal frameworks. It is the timeless and space-less appeal of these texts which adds up to the emergent concurrences in the philosophical and mystical tangents inscribed in them.

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advaita, non-dualism, shruti, smriti, self-effacement, merger with the divine being.

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"Concurrences in the Mystical Discourse in Shah Abdul Latif’s Risalo and Ashtavakrageeta", International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (www.jetir.org), ISSN:2349-5162, Vol.3, Issue 1, page no.1185-1190, January-2016, Available :http://www.jetir.org/papers/JETIR1701584.pdf

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"Concurrences in the Mystical Discourse in Shah Abdul Latif’s Risalo and Ashtavakrageeta", International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (www.jetir.org | UGC and issn Approved), ISSN:2349-5162, Vol.3, Issue 1, page no. pp1185-1190, January-2016, Available at : http://www.jetir.org/papers/JETIR1701584.pdf

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Published Paper ID: JETIR1701584
Registration ID: 315021
Published In: Volume 3 | Issue 1 | Year January-2016
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Page No: 1185-1190
Country: Delhi, Delhi, India .
Area: Arts
ISSN Number: 2349-5162
Publisher: IJ Publication


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