Wege durchs Labyrinth
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Brandt, Carmen and Harder, Hans (Eds.): Wege durchs Labyrinth: Festschrift zu Ehren von Rahul Peter Das, Heidelberg ; Berlin: CrossAsia-eBooks, 2020. https://doi.org/10.11588/xabooks.642

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Carmen Brandt and Hans Harder (Eds.)

Wege durchs Labyrinth

Festschrift zu Ehren von Rahul Peter Das

Wege durchs Labyrinth is a commemorative volume in honor of Professor Dr. Rahul Peter Das. It contains contributions in German and English by colleagues, students and fellow scholars of Professor Das. The essays collected here represent various thematic areas that Professor Das has also worked on in his extensive scientific oeuvre. These include Sanskrit studies, historical linguistics, text editions in New Indo-Aryan languages, sociolinguistics, South Asian religious history, Bengali and Hindi literature, history of science in Indology/South Asian studies, and also Tamil studies. Some of the contributions link directly to Rahul Peter Das' work or particular writings, while the totality of the essays reflect his various research interests and different methodological approaches.

Contributors to this Festschrift are Carmen Brandt, Renata Czekalska, Ines Fornell, Eli Franco, Ratul Ghosh, Olav Hackstein, Hans Harder, Martin Kämpchen, Klaus Karttunen, Makoto Kitada, Frank J. Korom, Agnieszka Kuczkiewicz-Fras, Halina Marlewicz, Ulrike Niklas, Tatiana Oranskaia, Felix Otter, Adapa Satyanarayana, Britta Schulze-Thulin, Sabine Franziska Strich, Heinz Werner Wessler and Benjamin Zachariah.

 

Carmen Brandt ist Juniorprofessorin für Gegenwartsbezogene Südasienwissenschaft an der Universität Bonn.

Hans Harder ist Professor für Neusprachliche Südasienstudien an der Universität Heidelberg.

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Inhalt
Vorwort
Carmen Brandt
From a Symbol of Colonial Conquest to the Scripta Franca
The Roman Script for South Asian Languages
Renata Czekalska
“What Immortal Hand or Eye Dare Frame Thy Fearful Symmetry?” The Image of the Tiger in Indian and Korean Culture
Cases of Gond and Minhwa Traditions
Ines Fornell
Von verratenen Kriegern und exzentrischen Glücksrittern
Bhisham Sahni und sein historischer Roman Mayyādās kī māṙī
Eli Franco
Die Gebrüder Schlegel aus Sicht der gegenwärtigen deutschsprachigen Indologie
Ratul Ghosh
Locating 'Bāuldom' in the Word Bāul
A Postscript to the "Problematic Aspects of the Sexual Rituals of the Bauls of Bengal"
Olav Hackstein
Alt bedeutet nicht ungebräuchlich
Zur Relevanz der Sprachgeschichte - ein Essay
Hans Harder
Bengali Webzines
Literature in the Digital Mode
Martin Kämpchen
Die Welt übersetzen
Ein Gespräch
Klaus Karttunen
Ornithology and Poetry
Ideas and Fancies Connected with Birds in Classical India
Makoto Kitada
Traditional Theater in Nepal
An Exposition of Kārtik Nāc, the Drama Festival in Pharping Village, with an Edition of Pārijātaharaṇa
Frank J. Korom
The World According to Ghanarām
A Partial Translation of His Gītārambha
Agnieszka Kuczkiewicz-Fraś
Polish-Sanskrit Kinship in the Eyes of Walenty Skorochód Majewski, the Pioneer of Polish Research on Sanskrit
Halina Marlewicz
Self-Surrender of the Afflicted One (ārta prapatti) as the Concept of Human Existence in Prapannapārijāta of Vātsya Varadaguru
Ulrike Niklas
"Kaḷavaḻi nāṟpatu" - Die vierzig Verse über das Schlachtfeld
Bemerkungen über einen Text aus der Sammlung Patiṉeṇkīlkkaṇakku
Tatiana Oranskaia
Volkslieder über Hardaul, Prinz von Orchha
Gottheit und Held
Felix Otter
The Robber, the Demon, the Girl and Her Lover
An Episode from the Newari Version of the Vetālapañcaviṃśati
Adapa Satyanarayana
Caste, Conversion and Social Change in Telangana, South India
Britta Schulze-Thulin
Zum Bergnamen Y Das in Wales
Sabine Franziska Strich
Atomenergie in Bangladesch im Spiegel der einheimischen Presse
Heinz Werner Wessler
Indian and Universal? The Significance of François-Marie de Tours for the Case of Hindi
Benjamin Zachariah
What I Learned from my Grandparents, and Other Stories
Fragments of Biography, Autobiography and a History of Calcutta
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