Convictions religieuses et engagement en Asie du Sud depuis 1850

Denys MATRINGE, Catherine CLÉMENTIN-OJHA, France BHATTACHARYA, Marc GABORIEAU, Margrit PERNAU, Raphaël VOIX, Pascal TOZZI

Collection : Études thématiques

Collection's number: 25

Editor: Clémentin-Ojha (Catherine)

Edition: EFEO

Publication date: 2011

Status : Available

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ISBN-13 : 978-285539-145-8

ISSN : 1269-8067

Width : 18,5 cm

Height : 27,5 cm

Weight : 0,6 kg

Number of pages : 228

Distributor : EFEO Diffusion

Geography : South Asia

Language : Français, Anglais

Place : Paris

Support : Papier

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Abstract

This collection of essays examines the careers of seven South Asian figures of the last hundred and sixty years who justified their public actions in the name of their religious convictions. Five of them were marked by the great social transformations of the colonial period: BhudevMukherji (1827-1894), ZakaUllah (1832-1910), Swami Shraddhananda (1857-1926), Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938) and AbulAlaMaududi (1903-1979). After Indian independence, the notion of religion as the driving force of engagement in public life led in new directions, as can be seen from the paths taken by the Hindu founder of the AnandaMarga sect, ShriShriAnandamurti (1921-1990), and by the former Jain monk ShriChitrabhanu (born 1922). Collected together these studies give symmetrical presentations of different modes of religious commitment which, since some fall within Hinduism and others within Islam or Jainism, are rarely examined side by side in a single volume. In order to understand the ways of thinking and attitudes of the personalities involved, these essays all accord considerable space to biography.

Table of contents

Remerciements
 
Introduction
Catherine CLEMENTIN-OJHA
 
Maulawi Muhammad Zaka Ullah. Reflections of a Muslim moralist on the compatibility of Islam, Hinduism and Christianity
Margrit PERNAU
 
« L’appel de la cloche » : spiritualité, écriture poétique et vision politique chez Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938)
Denis MATRINGE
 
Maududi et les avatars du concept d’État islamique en Asie du Sud des années 1920 à 1999
Marc GABORIEAU
 
Bhudev Mukherji et le rêve de l’histoire de l’Inde (1875) : l’engagement religieux et politique d’un utopiste qui regarde beaucoup en arrière et un peu en avant
France BHATTACHARYA
 
Swami Shraddhananda (1857-1926) de l’Arya Samaj, un renonçant engagé
Catherine CLEMENTIN-OJHA
 
Une utopie en pays bengali : de l’idéologie sectaire hindoue à l’édification d’une alternative communautaire
Raphaël VOIX
 
Renoncement et retour au monde : processus et dimensions de l’engagement « atypique » d’un religieux jaïn Śvetāmbara
Pascal TOZZI
 
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