By Kiyokazu Okita
Targeting the belief of genealogical association (sampradaya), Kiyokazu Okita explores the interactions among the royal energy and the priestly authority in eighteenth-century north India. He examines how the non secular rules of Jaisingh II (1688-1743) of Jaipur motivated the self-representation of Gaudiya Vaisnavism, as articulated via Baladeva Vidyabhusana (ca. 1700-1793). Gaudiya Vaisnavism concentrated round God Krsna used to be inaugurated through Caitanya (1486-1533) and quick turned the most influential Hindu devotional hobbies in early smooth South Asia.
In the more and more risky past due Mughal interval, Jaisingh II attempted to set up the legitimacy of his kingship by means of resorting to an ethical discourse. As a part of this discourse, he demanded that non secular traditions in his nation agree to what he conceived of as Brahmanicaly normative. during this context the Gaudiya college used to be compelled to house their loss of transparent genealogical association, loss of an autonomous statement at the Brahmasutras, and their worship of Goddess Radha and Krsna, who, in accordance with the Gaudiyas, weren't married. in line with a learn of Baladeva's Brahmasutra remark, Kiyokazu Okita analyses how the Gaudiyas spoke back to the king's call for.
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