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By 敏雄 田中


This interim report on Satyanārāyan vrat kath consists of the following chapters. 1. Introductory Notes 1) My first chance to attend the Satyanārāyan kathā ceremony. 2) Hindi short stories that contain mention of this kathā. 3) Popularization of this kathā in the Hindi speaking area. 2. Vrat, Kathā and Satyanārāyan vrat kathā 1) Common understanding about vrat among Hindus in the Hindi speaking area. 2) Differences between vrat kathā and carit kathā. 3) Some specific features of Satyanārāyan vrat kathā in comparison with other vrat kathās. 3. Translation of Satyanārāyan vrat kathā published by Navalkisor Press. 4. Various Editions and Recording Tapes 1) Regional differences and annotators. 2) Some differences in voice, narration and learning among narrators. 3) Reciprocity between narrator and his audience. 5. Concluding Remarks 1) Deity Satyanārāyan. 2) Formation and circulation of Satyanārāyan vrat kathā. 3) Relation among Purānas, Kathās and Pañcālīs in connection with divergence of interpretation

Topics: カター, 167.4, 020.83
Publisher: The Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo
Year: 1975
OAI identifier: oai:repository.dl.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp:2261/2224
Provided by: UT Repository

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