DEEPAK HERITAGE BOOKS
Journal of Vaishnava Studies
Volume 12, No. 2, Spring 2004
Universal Values of the Ramayana: A Cross
Rejecting Sita: Indian Responses to the Ideal
Man's Cruel Treatment of His Ideal Wife
Siting the Power of the Goddess: Sita's Kitchen
Shrines in Modern India
Voyage by the Mind through a Sea of Stars:
Hanuman's Shamanic Journey in the Ramayana of Valmiki
Hanuman at the Center of Maharashtrian Village
Life: A Translation of Vyankatesh Madgulkar's Marathi Story, "Temple"
Hanuman qua Madhvacarya and Sita qua Laksmi:
Traces of the Ramayana in Madhva Doctrine
Hanuman in the Mahabharata
Ramayana Lore in the Mahabharata of
Gandhi, The Rama-Bhakta
Celebrating the Birth of Rama in Gaudiya
Rama and Odysseus
About the Contributors
Steven J. Rosen, Editor, Journal of Vaishnava Studies and author of several books on Vaishnava-related subjects.
Michael Sternfeld, Independent scholar and producer/director. Produced first complete audio production of the unabridged Ramayana.
Susan Andersen, former chair of the Maharishi University, Department of Literature and Language.
Linda Hess, Teacher at Stanford University, and writer.
Phyllis K. Herman, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at California State University, Northridge.
Rick E.H. Jarow, Assistant Professor in History of Religions at Vassar College.
Jeffrey Brackett, Teacher at Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA.
Vijaya Dev, Independent scholar, researcher and translator.
Deepak Sarma, Lecturer in Department of Religious Studies at Yale University.
John Brockington, Professor of Sanskrit, at University of Edinburgh and Secretary General of International Association of Sanskrit Studies.
William L. Smith, Professor in Department of Indology, University of Stockholm.
Bradley S. Clough, Abdulhadi H. Taher Chair in Comparative Religion, The American University in Cairo.
Mans Broo, Lecturer, Department of Comparative Religion, Abo Akademi University, Finland.
Paula Richman, Professor of South Asian Religions; Chair of Department of Religion, Oberlin College.
Philip Lutendorf, Teacher, University of Iowa, Department of Asian Languages and Literature.
Harinama Chintamani, Artist, storyteller and writer.