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Pinuccia Caracchi

Rāmānanda
Un guru tra storia e leggenda

Con una traduzione dei canti hindī


in collaborazione con Shukdev Singh

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BIBLIOGRAFIA

La presente non intende essere una bibliografia completa sui temi trattati in questo libro,
ma semplicemente essere funzionale a esso. Si rendono quindi necessarie alcune
precisazioni:
– Sono qui elencati soltanto i testi e gli studi che sono stati effettivamente consultati e
citati; sono pertanto assenti le opere di cui si dà notizia, ma che non sono state
direttamente e personalmente esaminate dall’autrice.
– Nel libro le citazioni di testi sanscriti e pāli non sono comprensive dell’edizione:
s’intende che le edizioni a cui si fa riferimento sono quelle qui elencate nella sezione
Testi sanscriti.
– Le opere che comprendono testi e traduzioni oppure testi, traduzioni e studi sono state
elencate in una o più sezioni, a seconda dell’utilizzazione che ne è stata fatta (per questa
ragione, per esempio l’opera di Macauliffe, sebbene comprenda una traduzione del
Guru Granth, è stata inserita nella sezione Studi in quanto ne è stato utilizzato solo il
saggio introduttivo).

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DDG Dādūdayāl (Graṃthāvalī), saṃpādak P. Caturvedī, Nāgrīpracāriṇī Sabhā,


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GGS Śrī Guru Grantha Sāhib, hindī anuvād sahit nāgrī lipyantaraṇ, anuvādak M.
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GSV The Sarvāṅgī of Gopāldās. A 17th Century Anthology of Bhakti Literature, edit.
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KB Kabīr-Bījak, sampādak Śukdev Siṃh, Nīlābh Prakāśan, Ilāhābād 1972.
KD Couplets from Kabīr (Kabīr Dohe), edit., transl. and compiled by G.N. Das,
Motilal, Delhi 1991.
KG Kabīr Graṃthāvalī, saṃpādak Śyāmsuṃdardās, Nāgrīpracāriṇī Sabhā, Vārāṇasī
1983, XVI ed., I ed. 1930.
KV Kabīr-vāṇī, recension occidentale / western recension, Introduction &
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NSB Nāth siddhoṁ kī bāniyāṁ, sampādak H. Dvivedī, Nāgrīpracāriṇī Sabhā, Kāśī


1978, II ed.
RHR Rāmānaṃda kī hiṃdī racnāeṁ, saṃpādak P. Baṛathvāl, pradhān saṃpādak H.
Dvivedī, Nāgrīpracāriṇī Sabhā, Kāśī1955.
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SG Sundardās, Sundar Granthāvalī, Saṃpādak Rameścandra Miśra, 2 vols.,
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VMBP Rāmānandācārya, Śrīvaiṣṇavamatābjabhāskara, Svāmī Rāmeśvarānandācārya
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VRRJ P. Caracchi, Vita di Rāmānanda. Il Rāmānandajanmotsava dell’Agastya-
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TRADUZIONI

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DISCOGRAFIA

Anūp Jaloṭā, Jay jay Hanumān, Venus Records & Tapes, Bombay (audiocassetta).
Hari Oṃ Śaraṇ, Aarti Bhakti Geet, T–Series (audiocassetta).
Bhaktimala. Hanuman, vol. 2, Music Today, Delhi (compact disk).

SITOGRAFIA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHof9x7btWA
(Aarti Kije Hanuman Lala Ki -by Anoop Jalota)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwuHM4UnAnY
(Aarti Kije Hanuman Lala Ki [Full Song] Aarti Sangrah)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVsurADUPX0
(Aarti Kije Hanuman Lala Ki by Narendra Chanchal)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mcDj5qR5H8
(Beautiful & Enchanting God Hanuman Prayer)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWm_2K-D3iI
(Aarti Kije Hanuman Lala Ki - Full Song )
http://lordrama.co.in/sri-vaishnav-parampara.html
(Śrī Vaishnav Parampara)
INDICE DEI SIMBOLI

Sono qui elencati simboli, allegorie e immagini illustrati nel commento ai Canti. I riferimenti
accanto a ciascuna voce indicano i versi commentati, usando le abbreviazioni già utilizzate
nella I parte, cap. IV, 2, e ivi elencate nella nota 55.
Per i simboli che, nel commento ai Canti, sono espressi con termini sanscriti e/o hindī (es.
dvār/dvāra per “porta”) è opportuno consultare anche l’indice analitico.

acqua / acque RR 15b; GT I,10a; I,11; II,3; III,9d; III,12; III,18a; III,18b; III,19; III,37a;
III,38d; III,41bc.
albero YC 14b; GT III, 57a.
andare e venire YC 11d.
ape nera RR 6b; 24b; YC 15cd; GT III,35b.
arco GT I, 5 cd.
attraversare il fiume / l’oceano GT I,3a.
barcaiolo GT III, 25
battaglia RR 9de; YC 1; 2d; 18a; GT III,44b.
bere l’amṛt RR 8d; 24a.
campana YC 15a; GT II,4a.
capanna RR 9de.
carro GT III,32a; III,32b.
casa RR 12a; 23b; KJ 1a; YC 3ab; 10b; 15cd; P6 ṭek; GT I,5ab; I,5cd; I, 7cd; I, 8ab; III,7;
III, 18a; III,18b; III,19; III,24; III,34; III,35b; III,41a.
cerbiatti GT I,5cd.
chiave GT III,10ab; 11c.
cielo RR 8d; GT II,2; II,4a; III,23a; III,29b; III,40b; III,43.
città YC 8ab; 8cd-9ab; 10b; 18a; GT I,10d; III,7; III,9c; III,29a.
collana YC 13bcd
colonna GT III,40b.
conio GT II,4a.
corda YC 21a; GT III,19, III,28.
cristallo RR 16d.
decima porta RR 16a; YC 1; GT III,23a.
diamante RR 9de; 16d; P1 2b; YC 18bc; 23b; GT II,4a.
dimora v. casa
disco RR 21b.
dormire P1 ṭek; GT III,37b; III,44b; III,47b.
elefante GT III, 33a.
eroe YC 13bcd; GT I,2e; III,56
esercito YC 1; GT III,16.
fiume YC 9cd-10a; 17; GT I,3a; I,4ab; III,25b.
filo di rasoio / filo di spada GT I,3a.
flauto YC 15a.
fortezza YC 1; 2d; 18a; GT I,6cd; III,7; III,31b; III,31c; III,56.
396 Indice dei simboli

freccia GT I,2e.
fuoco RR 8d; GT II,2; III,23a; III,37a; III,38d; III,44a.
gabbia RR 10c; GT III,45b.
gemma P1 2b; YC 4; 19a; 22; GT III,13; III,44a.
giardino RR 6b; GT III,41bc; III,53.
giardiniere GT III,19.
gioco YC 21a; 22; GT III,29c.
grotta RR 9de; KJ 1a; GT III,24; III,34; III,57b.
guardiano della fortezza GT III,31c; 32b.
guerriero YC 2d; GT I,2cd; I,2e; III,55b.
ladro/ladri GT I,7cd; I,8ab.
lago YC 3ab; 13bcd; 18bc; 20b; GT III,18b.
leone GT II,3.
loto RR 24b; 6a; 11d; YC 3ab; 15cd; GT I,11; III,19; III,38d; III,44a; III,52b.
lotta RR 9de; 17b; YC 1; GT I,2e.
luce RR 11c; 24b; YC 8ab; 8cd-9ab; 21b; GT I,3d; III,7; III,54b.
lucchetto GT III,10ab; III,11c.
lume senza olio né stoppino YC 21b; GT III,19
luna/Luna (v. anche sole e luna) RR 7cd; 8c; 8d; 11d; 15d; 17a; 18; 19b; 24a; P4 2; GT I,6b;
III,23a; III,44a; III,48.
ministro/ministri v. re/ministri
monte GT II,3.
morte/Morte RR 9de; 17a; GT I,2e; I,7cd; III,16; III,31c; III,37b; III,44b; III,56.
notte GT III, 37b; III,44b.
oca RR 15b; YC 18bc.
occhio YC 19a.
Occidente RR 18; YC 1; 15b.
oceano P4,3b; YC3c;9cd-10a; 20b; GT I,3a; III,37a; III,50a.
pagliuzza GT III,51a.
palma GT II,3; III,18b; III,57a; III,58.
pappagallo RR 10c; 10d; P1 1a.
Parola YC 4; GT III,9e; III,10ab; III,26b.
perla RR 16d; YC 18bc; 23b.
pesce GT II,3; III,18b.
pietra filosofale GL 8c; YC nota introd.; 22
pioggia YC 17; GT II,1; III,13; III,18a.
porta RR 16a; GL 1ab; YC 1; GT I,8ab;III,23a; III,54c.
portatrice d’acqua GT III,19
pozzo GT III,19; III,20a.
radice/radici RR 6a; YC 9cd-10a; 14b.
re / ministri GT I,7 (testo); III,9c; III,29a.
sentinella GT I,7cd; III,31c.
serpente RR 10ab; GT I,11; III,52b.
sogno P3 2; GT III,44b; III,47b.
sole/Sole (v. anche sole e luna) RR 6b; 7cd; 8d; 15d; 17a; 18; 19b; 24a; YC 15b; GT III,23a;
III, 44a.
sole e luna RR7cd; 8d; 11d; 15d; 17a; 18; 19b; 23b; YC8ab;20b; 23b; GT III,23a; 44a.
sonno P1 ṭek; GT III,9b; III,37b; III,47b.
spada RR 9e; GT I,2e; I,3a; III,29a; III,32b.
Indice dei simboli 397
specchio RR 16a; GT III,9c; III,12, III,17b.
sponda GT I,3a; II,4b; III,9d; III,23b; III,37a.
strada RR 9a; 9b; YC 8cd-9ab; GT I,5ab.
succo RR 8c; 9b; 15d; P4 3b; YC 15cd; GT II,2; III,19; III 58.
tana del serpente GT III,52b.
Tempo RR 7cd; 17a; 21b; 8c; GT III,31c.
terra GT I,4ab; III,40b.
tromba YC 15a; GTIII,52a.
uccello RR 10ab; 10c; GT III,45b.
valoroso v. eroe
veleno RR 10ab; 24a; GT III,16.
vessillo YC 20b.
INDICE ANALITICO

Sono qui elencate le parole sanscrite e hindī, i titoli delle opere, i nomi propri di personaggi,
di autori e di studiosi. Sono ignorate le parole bhakti, guru, pad, Rāma, Rāmānanda,
Rāmānanda-sampradāya, Rāmānandī, rāmānandī, sākhī, sampradāya, sant, vaiṣṇava e yoga,
perché troppo comuni nel libro. Per lo stesso motivo, nei canti e nei loro commenti (quindi da
pag. 237) non sono state indicate le pagine in cui ricorrono le seguenti voci: Baṛathvāl, P /
Barathwal, Dādū / Dādūdayāl, Gorakhnāth / Gorakṣanāth, P.D., Dvivedī, H / Dwivedi, H,
Kabīr, nāth, yogī / yogin, sādhanā, Siṃh, Ś / Singh, S. A partire da pag. 237 sono stati igno-
rati anche i titoli dei canti ascritti a Rāmānanda e qui tradotti, perché i rimandi interni sono
troppo ricorrenti.
Per le voci più importanti e/o più significative, se con più ricorrenze, sono in corsivo i numeri
indicanti le pagine dove il tema è trattato in modo specifico.
La lettera n dopo il numero della pagina indica che la parola, in quella pagina, compare sol-
tanto in nota.

abhaya 115, 116, 245, 318 Āgama 238, 252, 371


abhaya-mudrā 115n agama agocara 354
Abhinavagupta 250 āgamanigama 252
abhyāsa 109 Agastya 27
Ābū (Mount) 58, 62, 155 Agastya-saṃhitā 25-27, 62, 63, 65n, 66, 68,
ācamana 120n, 123 171
ācāra 76, 77, 366 Agastya-sutīkṣna-saṃvāda 26, 62
ācār-vicār 44, 202 agni 248, 335, 360, 362
ācārya 32, 53, 56, 65, 74, 94, 101n, 102, Agni 242, 251, 358
114, 132, 151, 155, 163, 165, 170, 172- Agni-purāṇa 317
176, 183, 185, 202, 205n, 206, 214, agocarī 239. 264
218n, 240, 297 Āgrā 203, 210
acetanā 103 Agradās 34, 35n, 70, 72, 79, 101, 188-191,
Acintya-bhedābheda-vedānta 204 193, 195n, 203, 207, 210n, 212, 220,
Acquaviva, R. 14 225
adbhut ras 368 Agravāl, P. / Agrawal, P. 25, 26, 35n, 48,
ādhāra-ādheya 106 64, 66, 68, 75, 90n, 94, 98-100, 130,
adharma 122 134, 148, 154, 159, 172-174, 183n, 193,
adhikāra 111, 116, 159 198n, 277, 279, 284, 292, 300
Adhyātmarāmāyaṇa 62, 65n, 73, 115, 151, Ahamdābād 95-97, 167
171n, 286, 287 ahiṃsā 99, 121
Ādi Granth (v. anche Guru Granth) 18, Ahirāvaṇa 287
174n Ahirbudhnya-saṃhitā 122n
Ādiguru 72n ajapā gayatrī 259
ādinād 247 ajapā jāp 134, 144, 238, 259
Āditya 32n ājñā-cakra 134, 143, 247, 264, 314, 360
advaita 55n, 73, 89n, 150-153, 243, 245 ākāśa 247, 248, 335
Advaita-vedānta 20n, 40n, 43, 108, 150, Akbar 14, 187, 188n, 203n
151, 153 akhaṇḍa / akhaṃda 199n, 244, 304, 312,
ādya piṇḍa 248 357
agam panth 143, 145, 265, 309, 312, 315, akhaṇḍajyoti 187
319, 335, 336, 354, 370, 371 akhāṛā 199-201, 210, 212
400 Indice analitico

akṣara 256 anusvāra 112n


Akṣayasarovar 315 ap / apas 247, 335
Alaṇḍī 169 apāna 248
Ālhā 315 aparokṣānūbhūti 346, 352
Allāh 13, 145n, 150n Apocalisse 312, 321
Alston, A. J., 168n, 169n apsaras 286
ālvār 16, 107n, 171, 191n āratī 135, 281, 285
Āmer 182, 187-189, 203-205, 215 Āratī 129, 130, 136, 145, 174 e passim
amṛt / amṛta 7, 137n, 143, 250, 251, 256, ārātrika 285
260, 268, 269, 295, 316, 318, 341, 342, arcā 122, 124
347, 349, 350, 358, 371 arcana 110, 122, 123
amṛta kalā 250 arcāvātara 122, 123
Amṛtakuṇḍa 23n arcimārga 126
Amṛtanāda-upaniṣad 356 arghya 123
aṃśāvatāra 50 Arjuna 111n, 253, 356, 359
Anabhayānanda 197, 207n, 225 arta 107
anahad / anahad nād 134, 142, 143, 246, artha 113
247, 249, 268, 260, 311, 314, 316, 324, artha-pañcaka 113n
334, 335, 338, 341, 342, 345, 353, 357, Artha-prakāśikā-vyākhyā 100
368, 370 Ārya Samāj 75n
anahad śabda / anāhata śabda 249, 311 āsana 123, 138n, 141, 306, 313, 327, 350,
anāhata-cakra 247, 310, 311, 362 351
anāhata-nāda 142, 246, 247, 249, 255 asatya 335
Ānanda 105, 191, 192 āśram / āśrama 45, 61, 62, 101, 213, 282
Ānanda-bhāṣya 76, 79, 80, 93-98, 218 āśrama (stadi della vita) 30n, 35, 44
ānandakanda 310 āśraya 106, 116n
ānandamayakośa 248 aṣṭachāp 190, 202n
Ānandatattva-dīpikā 79n aṣṭadal kamal / aṣṭadala kamala / aṣṭaka-
Ananta 340, 363 mal 310
Anantadās 47, 49n, 85n, 90, 130 aṣṭamī 125n
Anantānanda 32, 34, 35, 37, 42, 59, 65, 70, Aṣṭamudrā 264
71, 79, 91, 98, 101, 167, 168, 180, 181, aṣṭāṅga yoga 186n
185, 187, 188, 206, 210, 220n, 223, 225 Aṣṭayama 189
anavasāda 109 asura 40n, 137n, 252, 339
Aṅgada 194n aśvattha 315
Aṅgaraka 249 Atīta 200
aṅgul 313 Ātmabodha 129, 130, 134, 136, 334
anī 199, 200 ātmā / ātman 24, 33, 103, 104-106, 108,
anīka 199 134, 144, 191n, 237, 239, 245, 248, 254,
aṇiman 136n 257, 261, 290, 292, 306, 313, 318, 324,
Aniruddha 122n 334, 337, 343, 346, 348, 349, 352, 354-
añjan / añjana 242 357, 368, 371
Añjanā / Añjanī 281, 286 ātmānubhūti 108
annamayakośa 248 ātmārpaṇa 110
antardhuni 246, 254, 316, 345 ātmātmīyatva 106
antarmukh 258, 341, 337 aughaṭ ghāṭ 265, 352
antaryāmin 122n Aurangzeb 61, 178, 197n, 199, 203, 213
antyāj 203 auṣadhī 286
anuddharṣa 109 Avadh 19, 170
Indice analitico 401
Avadhpurī 136, 190 Bhagavadācārya 32n, 58, 71, 74-76, 79-81,
avadhūta / avadhūt 20, 138, 184, 267 94-101, 138n, 173, 175, 183, 207, 214
āvāhana 123 Bhagavaddās (v. anche Bhagavadācārya)
Avalon, A. 310 74, 175, 183n
avatāra 27, 41-43, 50, 52, 55, 63, 105, Bhagavad-gītā 42n, 110, 111, 121n, 137n,
107n, 117n, 122, 125, 180, 197, 205n, 159, 260, 291, 314, 315, 356-359, 369
266, 301, 303, 337, 341, 342 Bhagavān / Bhagavat 42n, 108
avidyā 336, 339 bhāgavat / bhāgavata 42, 56, 108, 109
Avināśī 136, 137 Bhāgavata 201, 202n
Avināsī Rāmānanda kī goṣṭḥī 129, 136, 334 Bhāgavata-purāṇa 16, 190, 297, 303, 339
avyakta 339 Bhagīratha 28, 43n
Ayodhyā 32n, 43, 45, 55, 59, 64, 65, 68, 74, bhairava (64) 265
94, 98, 100, 101, 126, 127, 131, 136, Bhairavāgama 317
145n, 160, 170, 174, 193, 194, 196, bhajan / bhajana 42, 279, 283
197n, 200, 208, 210, 218n, 281, 282, bhakta 18, 19, 24, 34, 44, 73, 194, 195, 205
285, 287, 288, 308, 332 Bhaktamāl (come genere letterario) 53, 54
Ayodhyā-māhātmya 72 Bhaktamāl (di Nābhādās) 25, 26, 34-39,
āyudha (v. anche pañcāyudha) 107n, 117, 42n, 46, 47, 50, 53-55, 58, 62, 63, 67,
266, 303 70-72, 77-79, 81-83, 90, 127n, 155, 156,
180-182, 186-188, 194, 205, 215, 220,
baddha-jīva 107 223, 303
bāgh / bāghin / bāghinī 239, 265 Bhaktamāl (di Rāghavdās) 53, 72, 180, 182
bahirmukh 258 Bhaktavijaya 46, 90, 169
Bairāgī (v. anche Vairāgī) 179n bhakti kāl 132n, 174, 277, 289
Bajraṇgabalī 286 bhakti-mārga 157
Bakker, H. 26, 62, 66, 72, 94, 96, 99, 101, bhaktipara 120
151, 152n, 171, 216, 219 Bhaktirasbodhinī 37, 38, 39, 48, 54n, 90
Bālānanda 197, 198, 212, 225 Bhaktisudhāsvād tilak 38, 39, 43, 44, 64, 78
Balbhadradās 66, 67n, 82, 83, 98, 99, 101 bhakti-yoga 135, 144
Baldev Vidyābhūṣana 204 bhalā-burā 361, 362
bāṇa-liṅga 122 Bhandarkar, R.G. 66, 164
Banāras (v. anche Kāśī e Vāṛāṇasī) 17, 30, bhaṇitā 272, 294
37, 43, 46, 47, 51, 53, 55, 56, 60-62, 70, Bharata 107n, 194n, 287
88n, 98, 100, 166-168, 185n, 186, 203, Bhāratavarṣa 16n, 47
210, 211, 213, 214n, 230n, 231, 292 bhārya-bhartṛ 106
bandha 141 Bhāskara 50
Bāndhavgaṛh 69 bhāṣya 73, 74, 80, 205
Banerjea, A.K. 310 bhāva 192
baṅkanāl / baṅka nāli 349 bhāva (astr.) 28, 29
bārahmāsā 365 Bhāvānanda 32, 35, 197, 206, 207n
Baṛathvāl, P. / Barathwal, P. D. 58, 66, 69, bhava-sāgara 190
89n, 101, 130, 132, 133, 141, 148, 152, Bhāviṣya-purāṇa 38, 50-52, 59, 162
153, 156, 166, 167, 169n, 174n, 228-231 bheda 142
e passim Bheda (di Dulāndās) 345
Bartoli, D. 14 Bheda (di Palṭū) 350
bāvrī-paramparā 167n Bhīkhā 167
Bāvrī Sāhibā 167n Bhīṣma 186
bhagat 18, 19 bhogī 347
Bhagati jauga graṃtha 129, 130, 134, 135 bhogya-bhoktṛ 106
402 Indice analitico

bhram 338 Brajānanda (v. anche Virājānanda) 197, 225


bhrū-madhya 314 Bṛhadāraṇyaka-upaniṣad 141n, 145, 259,
bhucar 265, 266 355
bhūcarī / bhūcarī mudrā 239, 264, 265 Bṛhaspati 249
bhuḥ bhuvaḥ svaḥ 336, 339 Bṛhatkāthā 54n
bhūl- / bhūlnā 359, 366 Briggs, G. W. 19, 310
Bhuṛkuṛā 167, 168 bubhukṣu 107
bhuṛkuṛā-paramparā 167 Buchanan, F. 64, 161
bhūta (elementi) 247, 248, 334, 335, 362, Buḍḍhan 166
369 buddhi 309, 337, 355, 365
bhūta (spiriti) 252 buddhīndriya 247
bhūta-piṇḍa 248 Budha 249
bhūtātman 248 Bühnemann, G. 241
bhūta-yajña 109 Bukka / Bukkārāya 58, 60n
Bihār 39, 75n, 161, 196, 211, 214n Bulke, K. 62n, 287
Bihārī 190 Burghart, R. 77n, 82, 86, 202n, 207n, 209,
bihī 180, 181 210, 215, 216, 220n, 222
bīja / bīj 112, 139, 250, 357
Bījak 89 cācarī 239, 264
bīja-mantra 112, 113n Caitanya / Caitanya Mahāprabhu 41, 198n,
bimba 263 202, 204, 205
bindu 118, 137n, 141, 238, 255, 256, 260, Caitanya Cirañjivī 41, 151
263, 305, 309, 329, 348, 349, 360 Caitanya-sampradāya 90, 204
Bindu Mādhava 61, 213 caitra 60n, 125
bīr 267, 268 cakra 7, 134, 141, 142, 245-247, 256, 269,
Bīrū 167n 310, 314, 362
bodha 333 cakra (di Viṣṇu) 117, 266
Bodhāyana 109n Callewaert, W.M., 47, 53n, 69n, 85, 90,
Brahmā 40n, 77, 180, 247, 301, 306, 316, 130, 132, 230, 231n, 277, 278, 291, 294,
317, 323, 324, 334, 339, 340, 345, 358 298, 302, 347
brahmacarya 30, 40 camār 18, 49, 51, 158
brahmagranthi 360 Cāṁdpol 197
brahmajñāna 341, 353 cañcal 336
brāhma-muhūrta 241 Candra 249
Brahman 97, 102, 104, 105, 113n, 127, 136, candra / caṃdā 337
137, 142, 238, 247, 263, 264, 296, 300, candra-bindu 118
318, 324, 345, 348, 365, 370 Candraśekhara Bhārati 33n, 241
brāhmaṇa 30 carama-mantra 30n, 115, 116
brahma-nāḍī 367 caraṇāmṛta 120n
brahmāṇḍa 122, 137, 155, 186, 312, 339 caraṇa-pādukā (v. anche pādukā) 214
Brahmapad 337 Cāruśīlā 193
brahmarandhra 42n, 44, 155, 186, 260, 268, cārvāka 33n
309, 314, 350, 352 caturdaśī 365
Brahma-sampradāya 201 Caturvedī, P. 66, 69, 84, 85, 167-169, 207,
Brahma-sūtra 48, 73, 74, 76, 80, 95-97, 208, 230n, 260, 277
109n, 204, 205, 215 caturvyūha 205n
Brahma-sūtra-bhāṣya 318 catussampradāya 30n, 201, 202, 204, 205,
brahmayajña 109n 210, 217
Braj 53, 170, 181, 188, 202-204, 208, 210 cetana 103, 338, 355
Indice analitico 403
Cetandās 26n, 54, 55 dāsya 110, 192
Chāndogya-upaniṣad 318 dayā 135
chāp 272 Dayānanda 167
Chidbhavananda 186n deśika 119
Choṭekṛṣṇadās 188, 225 deva 28, 40n, 123, 137n, 252, 268
chuāchūt 158 Deva /Devācārya / Devācāraja 35, 36, 82,
Cidānanda 83 97
cintāmaṇi 308 Devācārya (discepolo di Nimbārka) 107n
Cit 105 Devādhipa 82
Citra 29, 40 Devala 50
Citrakuṭ 136, 204n Devānanda (v. anche Deva /Devācārya /
citta 261 Devācāraja) 82, 83
Clive, R. 12n devāvāḍī 54
Colebrooke 223n devayajña 109n
Coomaraswami, A. K. 339 devayāna 127
cor 338 Devī 46, 252, 287
Corano 330 dhām 42, 47
Cunningham, A. 69 Dhannā / Dhanā 32, 35, 69, 84, 85n, 87,
89n, 92, 166, 209, 262
dādāguru 181 Dhanvantari 30n
Dadhīci 182 dhāraṇā 259
Dādū / Dādūdayāl 18, 19, 22n, 53n, 72, 166, dhāraṇī 363
167 e passim dharatī 336, 360
Dādū Panth 277 dharma 14, 28, 30-33, 35, 39, 96, 102, 110,
Dādū Panthī 166 111, 121, 122, 153n, 161-164, 193, 203,
dādūpanthī 53 336, 339
dāhimā vaṃśa 182 dharmabhraṣṭa 59
daitya 252, 266 Dharmarāja 270, 271, 273
dākinī 251, 323, 337 dharma-sammelan (v. anche sammelan) 204
Dakṣa Prajāpati 40n dharmatyāga
dakṣiṇā 181 Dharmavīr 85, 154
dal 198, 199 dhimmī 13n
dalit 85, 86, 154, 159n dhotī 134, 263, 361
Damodaran, K, 159n Dhruvakṣetra 202
dānava 252 dhuni 131, 245, 246, 258, 279, 316, 335,
daṇḍa 28, 40 367
Dandekar, R.N. 147 dhūnī 182, 183, 185, 186n, 242
daṇḍin /daṇḍī 40 dhvāj 200
Danu 252 dhvani 246
Dariyā Sāhab 311 dhyāna 114n, 124, 134, 189, 245, 246, 259
darpaṇ 261 dhyāna-tatpara 108
darśan / darśana 41, 58, 120, 134, 214, 261, Dhyān-mañjarī 72, 79n, 189, 190, 193
288, 333 Digambaranī 199
darśana (fil.) 103, 252, 366 Digambarī 200
dāsa 192 digvijaya 27, 32, 45, 47
daśamī 125 dikpāla 273
daśanāmin 40n dikr 112n
Daśaratha 136 dīkṣā 43, 46-49, 68, 85n, 89n, 90, 118, 158,
Daśanāmī Saṃnyāsī 179, 197, 198n, 211 174, 178, 185
404 Indice analitico

Dīkṣit, T. 66 gagan maṇḍal 245, 246, 257, 303


dīpa 123 Gāgaraun 69, 86
Dīpāvalī 289 Galtā 70, 72, 133, 156, 175, 181-188, 199,
Diti 252 204n, 214n, 223
divya-cakṣus 314 Gālvānanda / Gālāvānanda 32, 37
divya-deśa 125 Gāṁdhī (Mahātmā) 55, 170
dohā 134, 191n gandharva 28
draṣṭṛ 318 gandha 123
dṛpta 107 Gaṇeśa 140
Dūlandās 345 Gaṅgā / Gange 28, 39, 43n, 45, 56, 61, 62,
Dundurām 207n 134, 198n, 214, 239, 262, 263, 314
Durgā 265 Gaṅgādhara 82
Durgā-pūjā 356 Gaṅgāsāgar 43, 45, 62
dvādaśī 125, 365 gāraḍu 254
Dvaita-vedānta 201, 204 gaṛh 309
Dvaitādvaita-vedānta 201 Garībdās 168n, 279, 313, 367
Dvāparayuga 31n, 339 gariman 136n
dvār / dvāra 260 Garuḍa 200, 238, 253, 254
dvārā 206-210, 220n garuḍa-mantra 254
Dvārakā / Dvārkā 32, 33n, 42n, 46, 47 Gauḍa 31
Dvārānanda 82 Gauḍīya 211n
dvārapāla 253 Gauḍīya-sampradāya 204, 205
dvaya-mantra 30n, 114 Gaurī 140
dvija 29, 31, 209, 220n, 241 gāyatrī 336
dvīp / dvīpa 16 ghar / ghara / ghari 268, 298, 299, 313,
Dvivedī, H. / Dwivedi, H. 12, 21, 22n, 58n, 314, 336, 337,341,349, 361
63n, 86n, 89, 91, 92n, 130, 133, 134, ghāṭ 265
140, 147, 152, 153, 156, 157, 167n, Gheraṇḍa-saṃhitā 260, 264
174n, 176, 180n, 184, 228, 229, 230n, ghī / ghṛta 353
233, 234n e passim Ghurye, G. 179n, 183, 185n, 199n, 205n
Giovanni (Vangelo di) 335, 336
ekadaṇḍin 40n [San] Giovanni della Croce 359
ekādaśī 124, 125, 365 Girnār 58, 155
ekādaśī-vrata 124, 125 Gītā-bhāṣya 93, 94
ekāgratā 249 ğizya 13n, 203
ekapatnīvratā 195 Gold, D. 88
Eliade, M 232 Gonda, J. 152n, 170
Esnoul, A.M. 64n, 66, 224n Gopāldās 130, 168, 208, 285, 291, 294, 298,
302
Farquhar, J.N. 62, 63-66, 69, 72-76, 80, 81n, gopī 192, 193
93, 94n, 147, 148, 151n, 184, 201, 211, gopura 58, 59n
215 Gorakh-bānī 132n, 231n, 333, 369
Franci, G. R., 60 Gorakhnāth / Gorakṣanātha 19-23, 137, 153,
Friedlander, P.G. 85, 90 155, 156, 169, 184, 233 e passim
Gosāī 138n, 197
gadā 117 goṣṭhī 136, 137, 154, 333, 334, 342
gaddī 181, 183, 197, 206, 207, 210 Goṣṭhīpūrṇācārya 58
gagan 245, 246, 251, 260, 335, 342, 347, Gosvāmin/Gosvāmī 138n
350, 352, 360 gotra 59, 185
Indice analitico 405
Govardhan 202, 207 Hanumānnivās 208
Govatsa, Y. 55n, 59, 78n, 163n, 198n Hanumat-kavaca 241
Govind Siṃh 17n, 20, 199 Hare, J.P. 34n
Govinda 87, 88, 145n, 270, 273, 277, 327 Hari 40, 50, 121, 145n, 157, 189, 205n, 262,
Govinda-bhāṣya 204 270, 271, 273, 276, 277, 296, 299, 329
graha 28, 29 Hari-bhakti-sindhu-velā 65, 71, 79, 180
Graṃth kāyā belī 310 Haridās 202, 205
Granthāvalī (di Dādū) 274, 367 Haridāsī 204, 208, 221n
Granthāvalī (di Kabīr) 277, 314, 333, 339, Haridvāra / Haridvār 126, 198n
342, 361 Harihara 60n
Granthāvalī (di Sundardās) 334, 371 Harirām Vyās 90
granthi 360 Hariyānanda 35, 36, 53, 77
gṛhastha 17n, 20, 161, 169, 204n, 209, 317, hasta 28
350, 360 haṭha-yoga 19-21, 23n, 132, 137, 141, 142,
Grierson, G.A. 34n, 39, 43, 45, 62, 63, 75, 144, 155-157, 184, 185, 241, 242, 249,
133, 147n, 148, 158, 165, 168, 282 250, 253, 263, 264, 312, 313, 314, 349,
Gujarāt 42n, 58, 62, 187, 217n, 211n 350, 358
Gulāl 167, 310 Haṭha-yoga- pradīpikā 246, 260, 264, 303
guṇa 103, 124n, 237, 242, 246, 247, 266, Hawley, J.S. 86, 131
295, 355 Hess., L. 89n, 154
Guṇādhya 54 n Hiltebeitel, A. 315
guṇātīta / guṇātīt 242, 246, 247, 295 Himālāya 28, 286
Gupta, M. 131, 262, 368 Hindocha, H. 191
guṛ 291 hīrā 57n, 261, 279
gurmukh / gurmukhī 120n, 358 Hiraṇyagarbha 123n
gurormukha 120 Hīrāpur 265
Guru Granṭh (v. anche Ādi Granth) 18, 19, Hit Harivaṃś 202
93, 129, 131, 275, 297-300, 334, 344 Horstmann, M. 175, 176, 183, 199n, 203n,
gurubhāī 84, 87, 91, 234 223
Guru-gītā 243, 244 hṛdaya-cakra 310
guru-paramparā 75, 77n, 78, 79, 101n, 160, hṛiṁ 266
168n, 175, 197 hutāśana 242
Guru-stotra / Guru-stuti 244
Gyāṃna līlā 129, 174n e passim icchā śakti 235, 255
Gyāṃna tilaka (attibuito a Rāmānanda) 129, iḍā e piṅgalā 134, 142, 143, 242, 251, 262,
155, 174n, 229, 230, 231, 234 e passim 263, 268, 303, 314, 329, 341, 357
Gyāna tilaka (di Gorakhnāth) 249, 334, 337, Ikṣvāku 285
345, 347, 362, 369 Ilāhābād (v. anche Prayāga / Prayāg) 211
Indra 30n, 32n, 182, 345
Halāhala 137 īṣitṛtva 136
haṃsa 137, 259, 260, 310, 311, 317-319 iṣṭa /Iṣṭa 102, 241
haṃsa mantra 259 iṣṭa-devatā 73, 77, 211, 310
Haṃsa-upaniṣad 246, 310 Īśvara 33n, 103-106, 113, 114, 122n, 136,
Hanumajjayantī 125, 284 247, 273, 339
Hanumān / Hanumāt 57, 77, 107, 118, 125, Īśvara Purī 204
136, 140, 152n, 187, 193, 194, 197, 200,
212, 262, 280-289, 361 jaḍa 103n
Hanumān stuti 282 jagadguru 31, 32
Hanumāngaṛhī 200 Jagadguru 75n, 76, 79n, 118, 212n, 214, 222
406 Indice analitico

Jagannāth Dās 64 Jodhpur 130, 134, 272


jagat 104 jogī 21, 24, 137, 156, 160n
jagatkāraṇa 104 Josmanī 264, 265
jagatpati 104 joti (v. anche jyoti) 135, 255, 264, 320, 368,
Jahnavī 28 369
Jahnu 28 juga (v. anche yuga) 339, 354, 357, 367,
Jalandhrī Pāv 302 371
Jaloṭa, A. 284 julāhā 49, 154
Jamāl 166 Jūnāgaṛh 58, 62
jamāt Juyāl, D. 229
Jambudvīpa 16n jyoti (v. anche joti) 255, 368
Jamkāl (vedi anche Yamakāla) 356
Janaka 195 Kabīr 16-18, 21, 23, 24, 32, 35, 38n, 46-49,
Jānakī-bhāṣya 96, 101 51, 55, 57, 68, 84-92, 130-133, 138,
Jānakī-navamī 125 145n, 149, 151-154, 156, 158, 160n,
Janakpur 195, 196 161, 164-169, 172-174, 176, 178, 207-
janeū 30n, 57, 60, 203, 204n 209, 213, 214, 216, 219, 230, 233, 234 e
jañjal 347, 370 passim
Jānkī Ghāṭ 43, 194 Kabīr Caurā Maṭh 6, 166, 229, 240, 333,
Jānkī Rasikśaraṇ 53, 54 343, 347, 352, 357, 360, 362
janmotsava 27 Kabīr Panth 154, 166, 242
japa / jap 16, 102, 109, 112, 119, 139, 144, Kabīr parcaī 47-49, 85n, 90, 172, 174
151, 208, 237, 239, 243, 255, 256, 258, Kabīr Raidās goṣṭhī 334
259, 274, 278, 293, 326, 328, 354 Kabīr Rāmānanda kī goṣṭhī 333
jaṭā 212, 349, 368 Kabīr Rāmānanda prathama milana 333
jāti 18, 44, 59, 156, 158, 162, 211 kabīrpanthī 90, 154n
Jayasī 21n, 23, 254 Kabīrpanthī 166
Jaypur 81, 82, 98, 101, 182, 197, 198, 200, Kabīrvaṭ 208
203 kachoṭī 361
Jaysiṃh 81, 160, 175, 183, 203-206, 209- Kachvāhā 183, 187, 203
211, 215, 221 kādācitka-mukta 107
Jha, N. 34n Kadamkhaṇḍī 207, 208
jīva 103, 104, 106-108, 113, 114, 117, 127, Kahāṃ jāise 18, 93, 129, 132, 135n e pas-
137, 248, 257, 259, 310, 342, 344, 356, sim.
364, 368 kaiṃkarya 114, 115
Jīva Gosvāmī 193 kaiṃkarya-tatpara 108
jīvanmukta 261, 367 kaivalya 108n, 127, 258, 348
Jīvanmuktiviveka 55n Kaivalya (regno di) 108n, 127
Jīvārām “Yugalpriyā” 53, 180, 182, 194, Kaivalya-pāda 108
225 kājal 242
jīvātman 248, 254, 259, 342, 368 kalā 42n, 249, 250, 251, 285, 369
jñāna 108, 170, 190, 317, 319, 347 kāla/ kāl 53, 186, 253n, 340, 340, 344, 363
jñāna śakti 255 Kalāgni 251, 341, 358
Jñāna samudra 334 Kālakuṭa 137n
jñāna-cakṣus 314, 334 Kālanemi 287
jñānānandasvarūpa 103n, 106 Kālī 89n, 117, 251
Jñāndev / Jñāneśvar 51, 169, 170n Kālīdāsa 230n
Jñānījī 208 Kalinda 28n
Indice analitico 407
Kālindī 28n kāyā gaṛha 53, 309
Kaliyuga 28, 31, 42, 43, 66, 181, 205n, 274, kāyā nagarī 343
339 kāyā sādhanā 364
Kalkattā 100 Keay, F.E. 66
kalpa 11 Keśava Bhāratī 204n
kalpadruma 30 Ketu 29, 249
kalpataru 30n kevala 108, 127, 348
kalpavṛkṣa 190 Kevalādvaita 108n
Kalyāṇ (rivista) 56, 208 kevala-mukta-jīva 108
kalyāṇa 109 kevalāvasthā 245
Kāma / Kāmadeva 329, 358, 361 Khājurāho 265
Kāmadhenu 30n Khākī 199, 200n
Kamāl 166, 167 Khālsā 199
kāmāvasāyitva 136n khaṇḍa 16
kānphaṭ yogī 315 khaṛāū 43n
Kaṃsa 273 khecar 265, 266
Kāmsarovar 315 khecarī / khecarī mudrā 239, 264, 313, 349
Kannauj 31 khelnā 319
kanyādān 196 Khemdās (guru di Sūrkiśor) 195
Kanyakubja 31 Khemdās (discepolo di Ṭīlā, v. anche
Kānyakubja 28, 31, 39, 50, 63, 64 Kṣemdās) 138n, 195n
kānyakubja brāhmaṇa 31, 75 khoyā 353
Kapila 27, 43, 45 Kīldās / Kilhadev 186-188, 195n, 200n, 203,
karaṇa śarīra 248 220, 225
karman / karma 24, 107, 111, 120, 126, 137, Kīlmaṭh 188
247, 248, 274, 354 Kiraṇ 100
karmaphalatyāga 111n kīrtana 109
karmayoga 315 kleśa 336, 338
karmendriya 247 koan 359
[Svamī] Kārpātrī 308 kośa 248
kārtik 284, 288, 289 koṭ / koṭa 309, 337
kasauṭī 275 krīṛā-vilās 195
Kāśī (v. anche Banāras e Vārāṇasī) 30, 32n, kriyā 109
35, 40, 43, 50, 57, 65, 89n, 97, 126, 169, kriyā śakti 255
343 kriya-yoga 20n
Kāśīkhaṇḍā 30n krpā 88, 126
Kaśyapa 39, 40n Kṛṣṇa 16, 29, 31n, 32n, 107n, 111n, 138n,
kathā 134, 274 150n, 190, 192-194, 202, 266, 273, 275,
Kaṭha-upaniṣad 335, 355 356, 359
Kaumodakī 117 kṛṣṇa-bhakti 168, 202
kaupin 361 Kṛṣṇadās Payahāri 34, 70, 101, 138n, 156,
Kaustūbha 30n 167, 180-189, 195n, 207, 212, 214n,
Kauṭilya 172 220, 225
kavaca-stotra 241 Kṛṣṇāṣṭamī 125
Kavirāj, G. 201n, 202n, 243, 244, 247, 259, Kṛtavīrya 29
315, 317 Kṛtayuga 339
kāvya 282 kṣatriya 30n
kāyā 343 kṣetrapāla 266, 267
408 Indice analitico

Kṣemdās 138n Lutgendorf, P. 35n, 70n, 195, 213n, 262,


Kṣīrābdhi 126n 274, 361
Kṣīrasāgara 30n, 126
Kubera 267 Macauliffe, M.A. 45, 64, 66, 69, 223, 298-
kumbha 134 300
Kumbha Melā 39, 75, 80, 179, 197, 198, Macchīṃdra Gorakha bodha 333, 342, 345
200, 211, 217, 218n Mācve, P. 66
Kuṇḍalinī 19, 142, 239, 245, 246, 268, 314, Mādhava 29
348, 349, 357, 360, 367 Mādhavānanda 168n
kuṇḍaliyā 181, 194 Madhu 29
Kuṇḍaliyāṁ (di Agradās) 191 Madhurācārya 175, 183, 204n
Kuñjara 286 mādhurya 192, 194n
Kureśa 82, 83 mādhurya bhakti 192, 194n
Kurukṣetra 31n mādhuryopāsanā 194
kuśa 350 mādhva 204n
Kuśāna 51n Madhva 30n, 201, 204
kuṭastha 103 Mādhva 205n, 211n
Mādhva-gauḍeśvar 205n
laghiman 136n Madhva-gauḍīya 204, 205n
lagna 29 Madhva-sampradaya 202, 204, 205
lākh 315 Mādhvendra Purī 204
lakṣaṇa 102, 124n madhyakāl 11
Lakṣmaṇ Kīlā 131, 332 madhyayug 11
Lakṣmaṇa 118, 120n, 194n, 281, 286-288 māgha 28, 40
Lakṣmī 77, 82, 201, 242, 279 Māgha 266
Lakṣmīdās 168n Mahābhārata 31n, 121n, 137n, 186n, 340
Lakṣmīgiri Gosāī 197 mahābīja 113n
Lakṣmīrāmdās 101 Mahādeva 323, 334, 341
lāl / lāla 194, 285 mahāguru 91, 153
Lāl, Ś 65n, 148, 170n, 229 mahāmantra 46
Lallā Yogeśvarī 338 mahāmuni 181
laṅgoṭband 361 Mahānirvāṇī 200
laṅgoṭī 139, 361 mahant 24n, 161, 175, 182, 183, 185, 188n,
Laṅkā 35n, 115n, 136, 194n, 212, 281, 284, 203, 208, 214, 217n
286, 288 mahāras / mahārasa 250, 260, 295
Lath, M. 132, 230, 294 Mahārāṣṭṛa 17, 24n, 51n, 156, 169, 170, 211
laya 186n, 258 Mahāśakti 142, 343, 357
līlā 41 Mahāsiddha (ottantaquattro, v. anche
liṅga 122n, 310 siddha) 257, 344
Liṅga-purāṇa 339 mahātattva 248
lobha 87 Mahātīta 200
loka 33n, 336, 339 mahātmā 42, 56
lokapāla / lokpāl 180, 267 Mahāvīr 200, 286
Lorenzen, D.N. 13n, 47, 48n, 49, 66, 68, 89, mahāvyāhṛti (v. anche vyāhṛti) 336, 339
90, 166, 173, 177, 199, 240, 333, 334 mahāyajña 109
loṣṭa 369 Mahāyāna 159, 257
Luca (Vangelo di) 338 mahāyogī 155, 157, 181, 185
luptaśrī 118, 198 mahāyuga 340
Indice analitico 409
mahiman 136n Māyānanda 167
Mahīpati 47, 90, 169 McGregor, R.S. 34n, 188n, 189n, 190, 194n
Mahīrāvaṇa 281, 286, 287 McLeod, W.H. 222
Mahmūd Ġaznavī 12 Mechtild von Magdeburg 299
Majumdar, R.C. 84 Meghanāda 286
mālā 119 melā 357, 365
mālā-dhāraṇa 119 Melkoṭā (Mailkot) 64
Malūkdās 268 Meru 142, 358
manana 355 meru-daṇḍa 112, 310
manas 337, 355 Meṣa 29n
mānasī sevā 134, 285 Milindapañha 356
Mānasī sevā 129, 130, 133, 134, 174n, 316 Mīrābāī 38n, 168, 169n
Manasukha 52 Mishra, L.P. 298
maṇḍala 37n Miśra, Bhagavaddās 54
Māṇḍukya-upaniṣad 247, 368 Miśrabandhu vinod 282
Maṅgala 249 Mītal, P. 180n, 181, 187, 199, 201n, 205n
maṇipūra / maṇipūra-cakra 247, 360, 362 Mithilā 195, 196
manmukh 120n Mithilā-vilās 196
manomayakośa 248 Mitra 32n, 50
manonmanī 260 mleccha 59
Mānsarovar 310, 311, 315, 317, 319, 342 moha / moh 87, 318, 347, 363, 365
Mānsiṃh 187-189, 203 mokṣa 115, 126
mantra 30, 31, 32, 57, 58, 63, 72-74, 76, 77, mokṣadāyika 32n
82, 86, 110, 112-116, 118, 125, 134, mokṣaprada 125
139, 140, 241, 243, 245, 252, 254, 259, mudita sarovara 349
266, 311, 330, 345 mudrā 141, 263-265, 313
mantrajāpa 118 mudrāṅkana 117
mantra-paramparā 78 Muhammad Ġorī 11
Manu 27, 242 Muhammad Śāh 203
manuṣyatva 272 muḥarram 318
manuṣyayajña 109n muhūrta 124, 125
manvantara 11 Mukerjee, R. 147n, 153n, 158
Marco (Vangelo di) 338 Muktābāī 169
mārga 79n mukta-jīva 107, 108, 117
Māruta 286 mukti 102, 108n, 112, 245
maşnavī 23 mūlādhāra-cakra 142, 245, 247, 251, 256,
Mastarām 101n 268, 313, 317, 342, 360, 367
maṭh 84, 161, 182-184, 188, 196, 206, 211, mullā 213
222, 244 mumukṣu 107, 119
Mathurā 32n, 181, 187, 188, 202, 203, 273 muni 33
mātrā 247 Murāri 271, 275
Matsyendranāth 342 mūrti 58, 64, 74, 99, 114n, 135, 195, 214,
Matteo (Vangelo di) 262 265, 299
Maunī Bābā 70n mūrti-pūjā 99, 120n, 213n
māyā 24, 117, 137, 242, 254, 270, 301, 303, Murvī 55
306, 316, 324, 329, 338, 339, 346, 347,
350, 354, 358-361, 363 Nābhādās 25, 34-39, 44-47, 53, 58, 63, 67,
Maya 339 68, 70-72, 77, 78, 81, 83, 97, 159, 180-
410 Indice analitico

182, 185, 186, 188, 189, 194, 217, 220, naubat 310, 311
223 navagraha 249
nād / nāda 238, 246, 247, 255, 256, 258, navamī 125n
260, 269, 305, 329, 335, 336, 360 navarātrī 60n, 125
nāḍī 126n, 127n, 134, 137n, 141-143, 251, nehara v. naihar / naiharau / nehara
302, 303, 313, 314, 349 Nepāl 211
nāg / nāga 185n, 238, 253, 254 Netra-tantra 265, 267
nāgā 197- 200, 210, 212, 217, 262, 286 nidhidhyāsana 355
nāginī 238, 248, 253 nidrā 344, 358
Nāgrīpracāriṇī patrikā 80, 283 nigama 251, 252, 371
Nāgrīpracāriṇī Sabhā 229, 240, 272, 282, Nīlakaṇṭha 137n
291, 298, 332 Nimbārka 30n, 107n, 198n, 201, 202, 204,
naihar / naiharau / nehara 256, 257 205n, 211n
Naimiṣāraṇya 280, 283-289 Nimbārka-sampradaya 202, 204, 205, 208
naivedya 123 Nimbārkī 205n
nakṣatra 28, 29, 40 Nīṃgāṁv 202
nakṣatravidyā 28 Nirañjan / Nirañjana 135, 137, 144, 151,
nām 311 242, 243, 260, 326, 343, 349
nām smaraṇ 274 nirañjana-cakra 310
nāmakaraṇa 118 nirati 238, 258, 259, 307, 320, 325, 345
namaskāra 123n Nirāvalambī 199
Nāmdev 17, 19, 51, 52, 132, 174, 234, 277, nirbharatva 116
278, 294, 365 nirguṇ / nirguṇa 16, 17, 21, 73, 136, 144,
Nāmdev-parcaī 48n 150-154, 165, 166, 174, 208, 213, 216,
Nānak 18, 52, 131, 285, 334, 337, 368 242, 247, 277, 282, 284, 318, 341
Nandadās 190 nirguṇ-sampradāya 24, 151, 165
Nārada 28 nirguṇī 154
Naraharīyānanda (discepolo di Rāmānanda) nirguru 85, 88
32, 206 nirhetukā kṛpā 126n
narasiṃha 342 Nirmohī 200
Nārāyaṇa 76, 77, 82, 104n Nirvāṇī 199, 200
Narhari (discepolo di Rāmānanda, v. anche nirvyāpārā 103
Naraharīyānanda) 35 nitya 103, 302
Narhari (discepolo di Anantānanda) 180 nitya-karman 99
Narhari / Narharidās (guru di Tulsīdās) 168 nitya-mukta-jīva 107, 117
Narmadā 207n, 208 nivṛtti 111, 250
Narsī Mehtā 52 nivṛttikalā 250
Nāsik 188n Nivṛttināth 169
nāstika 33 niyama 121n, 347
nāth (v anche nāthyogī) 19-22, 24, 133, nṛbhai pad 181n
137n, 138, 140, 155-157, 172, 182, 184- Nṛsiṃha 342
186, 188, 216, 233, 234 e passim Nṛsiṃhajayantī 125
nāth (nove) 138, 140, 257, 344 nyāsa 37n, 110, 111
Nāth Panth 160, 186n
nāthpanthī 156, 184 Oṃ 57, 113, 117, 237, 247, 301, 302, 305,
Nāthpanthī 156 309, 326, 338, 339, 345, 356
nāthyogī (v. anche nāth) 20, 22, 81, 155, Oṃkāra 247, 356
182, 216, 219, 220n, 253, 262, 267, 308, Olivelle, P. 267
315, 333, 344 Op de Beeck, B. 231n
Indice analitico 411
pacīs prakṛti 247, 248 205n, 207n, 215, 216, 222, 240
Pad (di Rāmānanda) 129, 140n, 152n, 229, Paramparā-paritrāṇ 71, 76
234 parārtha 104
padaśriti 110 parasaṃvit 250
Padāvalī (di Nāmdev) 294 Parāśara 77
paddhati 79n, 98, 150 paravaśa 104
Padmākṣa 126n Parcaī 47, 48n, 130
Pādmateśvar 55 parijana 106
Padmāvat 21n, 23, 254 Pārvatī 52
Padmāvatī 32, 35, 37 Pātāla 281, 287, 288, 312, 339
pādukā (v. anche caraṇa-pādukā ) 45, 61, Pāṭaliputra 31n
213 Patañjali 108n, 186n
pādya 123 path 79n
paiśācī bhāṣā 54 pati-patnī-bhāv 194
pākhaṃḍa 266 pativratā 135
Palṭū 167, 350 Pauwels, H. 90n
pāṃc pacīs /pāṃca pacīsa (v. anche pacīs Pellegrini, G. 97n, 103n, 175n
prakṛti) 248, 354 phala 113, 370
Pañc-Vānī 231n phalaśruti 289
Pañcagaṅgā Ghāṭ 6, 43, 45, 47, 56, 57, 60, Piano, S. 18, 117n, 244, 298-300, 334, 368
61, 62, 76, 118, 178, 213, 214n, 282, Piantelli, M. 30, 103n, 110n, 309
322 Pillai Lokācārya 103, 113n
Pañcagaṅgā Maṭh 118, 180 Pinch, W.R. 38n, 64, 78, 148, 149, 160, 161
pañcāgnitapas 242 piṇḍa 248, 312
Pāñcajanya 107n, 117 piṅgalā v. iḍā piṅgalā
pañcāmṛta 123 Pīpā 32, 35, 46-48, 51, 56, 69, 84, 85-87,
pāñcarātra 216 89n, 92, 166, 206
Pāñcarātra 122, 201, 202n, 216 Pīpā parcaī 47n
pañca-saṃskāra 116, 117, 207 pīr 23, 24
pañcatapas 242 piśāca 54n, 252
pañcāyudha 117, 120 pitṛ-putra 106
paṇḍit 28, 40, 165, 353 pitṛyajña 109n
Pandraha tithi (di Gorakhnāth) 365 Prabhā 100
Pañjāb 12, 19, 75n, 210 pradakṣiṇa 123
panth 207, 208 Pradyumna 124
[San] Paolo 359 Prahlād 27, 55
pāp e puṇya 347, 348, 362 Prajāpati 40n
para 122n prājña 368
pārakha 320 prākāmya 136n
pārakhī 320, 342 prakāśa / prakasa 127, 255
parama pada 348 prakṛta-piṇḍa 248
Paramahaṃsa Saṃnyāsī 211 prakṛti 103, 104, 127, 315, 339, 346
Paramātmā / Paramātman 108, 237, 257, prakṛti (venticinque) v. pacīs prakṛti
259 pralaya 339, 340, 358, 363
Paramātmā 237, 257, 259 prāṇa 44, 137, 141, 142, 155, 186, 242, 248,
Parameśvara 318 249, 256, 260, 262, 263, 293, 295, 303,
Parampad 354 312, 314, 317, 336, 338, 343, 347-349,
paramparā 36, 48, 64, 67, 68, 70-84, 97, 98, 356
155, 159, 167, 168, 210n, 173, 195, prāṇa (cinque) 248
412 Indice analitico

prāṇamayakośa 248 puṣpa 123


praṇava 113, 345, 356 puṣṭi-mārga 190, 202
prāṇāyāma 141, 249, 259, 313, 314
prapanna 107, 126 Qutub-ud-dīn Aibak 11
Prapanna, V.R. 75n
prapatti 110-112, 116, 126 Rādhā 192, 193n, 202
prāpti 136 Rādhāvallabha-sampradaya 202
prārabdhakarman 120, 126 Rādhāvallabhī 204, 221n
Prasād, R.C. 283, 286, 287 rāg / rāga 191, 311, 358
prasāda 123 Rāghavācārya (mahant di Revāsā) 188n
Prasaṅg Pārijāt 26n, 54, 55, 58-60, 162 Rāghavācārya (v. anche Rāghavānanda) 71,
Praśnottararatnamālikā 138 72
pratibimba 263 Raghavānanda / Rāghavānanadācārya 30-
pratimā 114n 32, 35-37, 40-44, 50, 53, 54, 61, 65, 72,
pravṛtti 111n 77, 78, 82, 84, 91, 99, 127n, 138, 140,
pravṛttikalā 250 153-155, 158, 159, 161, 166, 168, 169n,
Prayāg / Prayāga 28, 39, 40, 50, 52, 53, 61- 186n, 215, 229, 267
65, 126, 143, 198n, 210n, 241, 314 Rāghavdās 53, 72, 180-182
prāyaścitta 60n, 111, 112n Raghu 281, 285, 323, 337
prem ras 269, 350 Raghunātha / Raghunāth 35, 36, 58, 285
prema 134, 135 Raghurāj Siṃh 69
prema-bhakti 36 Raghuvarācārya / Raghuvardās Vedāntī 76,
premākhyān 23 79, 94, 95-97
Premśaṅkar 283 Raghuvarśaraṇ 98
Premsarovar 315 rahasyatraya 112
preta 252 Rahasyatraya 189
Prithīnāth 353, 356, 359 Rāhu 29n, 249
Priyādās 34, 37, 38, 46-48, 58, 90, 182, Raidās 18, 32, 35, 38n, 49, 51, 56, 57, 69,
186n, 189 84, 85, 87, 89n, 90, 92, 131, 133, 138,
pṛthvī 247, 248, 335 149, 151, 157, 158, 209, 214, 231, 260,
Pṛthīnāth 362, 363 274, 277, 302, 308, 366
Pṛthvīrāj 183 Rajab / Rajjab 18, 130, 277, 294, 298
Pṛthvīrāj-rāsau 364 rajas 103, 266, 295
pūjā 29, 119, 122, 189, 237, 242, 243, 285, Rajasthān 18, 46, 58, 62, 69, 160, 166, 170,
296, 297, 299, 300, 365 180, 181, 184 -186, 188, 195-197, 210
Puñjikasthalā 286 rājpūt 12n
puṇya v. pāp e puṇya rakṣā-stotra 241
puṇya bhūmi 14 raktaśrī 118
Puṇyasadan / Puṇyasadana 28, 31, 39, 40n, rāṃ 112, 113
55 rāṃ rāmāya namaḥ 30n, 57n, 112, 119
Purāṇa 15, 17n, 27, 32n, 107n, 137n, 230n, Rāma aṣṭaka 129, 130, 134, 136, 145
274, 286, 299, 333 rāma-bhakti 61, 62, 65, 136, 157, 162, 164,
Purī 42n 165, 168, 171, 181, 184, 210, 211, 219,
pūrṇimā 365 221
puruṣa / Puruṣa 241, 261, 318, 339, 343, Rāmacandra 104, 114, 123n, 337
356, 357, 369 Rāmādāsa v Raidās
puruṣakāraniṣṭha 107 Rāmadatta 40, 43, 54
puruṣakāratva 114n rāmadvaya-mantra 114
pūrvī hindī 282 Rāmakṛṣṇa 89n
Indice analitico 413
rāma-mantra 65, 72, 77, 79, 82, 83, 163 116n, 123n, 127n
rāma-mantra-paramparā 78 Rāmkabīr 206-208
Rāmamantra joga grantha 129, 130 Rāmkabīr-dvārā 208
Ramaṇa Maharṣi 88n, 222n Rāmkabīr-panth 208, 209
Rāmānanda ādeśa 129, 131 rāmkathā 35, 191, 275, 191, 274
Rāmānanda-bhāṣya 96 Rāmlāl 45n, 58n
Rāmānandācārya (titolo e ruolo) 214 Rāmlīlā 70n
Rāmānandācārya Pīṭh 214 Rāmnām 213
Rāmānandadigvijaya 32n, 58, 98n Rāmnārayaṇdās 25-27, 38n, 52, 66, 72, 79,
Rāmānandajanmotsava 25-27, 31, 33, 37, 81, 83, 96n, 98
38, 40n, 43, 47, 52, 55, 63-66, 68, 96n, Rāmnareśācārya 76-79, 118, 152, 213, 214
148, 180, 231 Rāmnavamī 60n, 125, 170,188, 230
Rāmānandajanmotsava (festa) 43 rāmopāsana 77n
Rāmānandāyan 58n Rāmprapanna 175
Rāma-navamī / Rāmnavamī 60, 61, 125, Rāmprasād / Rāmprasādācārya 96, 101n
170, 188, 229 rāmrāj 58, 162
Rāmānuja 30n, 35, 36, 43, 53, 58, 61, 63-65, rāmras 89, 295
67, 68, 71-83, 97, 102, 109n, 110n, Rāmrasikāvalī 69, 187
113n, 122n, 126n, 153, 155, 160, 173, Rāmṭahaldās 72n, 79-83, 95n, 98, 99-101,
183, 201, 202n, 205, 215, 220, 223, 240 104n, 207
Rāmānujācārya (titolo e ruolo) 183, 222 rāmtārak 57
rāmānuja-paramparā 175n Rāmvallabhśaraṇ 96n
Rāmānuja-sampradāya 53, 63, 64, 72, 74, rāmvat 82
75, 201, 223 Rāmvat sampradāya 71
rāmānujī 223, 224 Rāmyaś 207
Rāmānujī 39, 48, 68, 73, 76n, 159, 160, 175, Ranade, R.D. 169n, 298, 299
218, 223, 224 Rānīpur Jharial 265
Rāma raksā / Rāma rakṣā stotra 129, 134, ras / rasa 191, 192, 295, 316, 367, 371
145, 155, 174n, 229, 230 e passim Rasa 191, 192
Rāma raksā sajīvana mantra 240 rāśī 28, 29
rāmārcana 99 Raśiduddīn, Maulānā 56, 57
Rāmārcana-paddhati 67, 68, 71, 79, 81 82, rasik 53, 81, 189, 191n, 193n, 194, 196,
87, 93-95, 97-99, 102, 106n, 110, 135, 212, 217, 220
150, 299 rasik bhakti 191
rāma-ṣaḍakṣara-mantra (v. anche ṣaḍakṣa- rasik jan 189
ra-mantra) 112, 113, 119 Rasik-prakāś-bhaktamāl 53, 180, 182, 186-
rāma-setu 35 188, 194
Rāmāśram 170 Rasik-sampradāya 35n, 36n, 38, 53, 188,
Rāmāyaṇa 35, 115, 124n, 145, 193, 194, 189, 191-197, 205, 207, 212
284, 286, 341 rāslīlā 192, 193
Rāmcandra (rājā di Bāndhavgaṛh) 69 Rās-pañcādhyāyī 190
Rāmcaraṇdās 53, 194 rati 258
Rāmcaritmānas 8, 52n, 53, 120n, 127n, 151, Rāvaṇa 115n, 194n, 286-289
166, 168, 190, 194, 212-214, 217, 252, Ray, D. 282
274, 286, 287 Revāsā 72, 98, 101, 180n, 188, 189, 196
Rāmdāl 197-199 Rigopoulos, A 244, 245
Rāmeśvara 82, 83 rom rom 367
Rāmeśvaram 32n, 42n Romāvalī (di Gorakhnāth) 368, 369
Rāmeśvarānandācārya 100 -102, 109-111, rolā 191n
414 Indice analitico

ṛṣi 28, 45, 57, 59, 182 śaiva 156n, 185n, 198n
Rudra 57n, 252 sajīvakaraṇī 286
rudragranthi 360 sajīvan 281, 286
rudrākṣa 57n, 155 Śaka 51
Rudra-sampradāya 201 sakāra 246
Rukmiṇībāī 169 Sāket / Sāketa 45, 60, 127, 191, 195
Rūpa Gosvāmī 193n sakha 192
Rūpkalā 26, 34, 37-39, 41-46, 54, 58, 61, śākhā 194
62n, 64, 65, 68, 70, 76-78, 83, 127n, Sākhī (di Dādū) 311, 335
155, 161n, 168n, 180, 182, 186n, 187, Sākhī (di Kabīr) 16, 89, 311, 335
189, 223 sakhī 53, 193-195
Ruplāl Gosvāmī 204 sakhī-bhāv 194
Sakhī-sampradāya 202
sabad / śabda 144, 249, 311, 312, 320, 342, sakhya 110, 192
345, 342, 345, 346 śākinī 251
Śabda-brahman 113n, 117, 142, 247, 311, sākṣin 103, 318
338, 345 śākta 341
Saccidānanda 105, 190 śakti 202, 242, 250, 255, 256, 279
ṣaḍakṣara-mantra 30, 31, 33, 41, 112 Śakti 19, 22, 124n, 142, 250, 251, 256, 259,
sādhak / sādhaka 117n, 144. 263, 265, 266, 324, 328, 339, 341
309, 313, 316, 335, 346, 350 śālagrāma 122, 123n
sādhaka guru 89n śalmalī 278
sādhanā 16, 35n, 73, 74, 88, 91, 102, 119, samādhi 41, 44, 155, 180, 187, 237, 243,
126, 133, 139, 141, 143, 144, 151, 153, 249, 258, 260, 302, 311, 314, 319, 340,
157, 159, 171, 184, 185, 208, 234n 357, 360, 369
Sādhanā Gitāvalī 191 samadṛṣṭi 255
sādhu 17n, 23, 42, 43n, 70n, 155, 179, 183, samāna (uno dei cinque prāṇa) 249, 347
193n, 197, 198, 200, 211, 212, 217-220, sāmānyaśāstra 103n
224, 281, 307, 319, 326, 349 saṃdhi 317
sādhukkarī-bhāṣā 19, 131, 231, 233, 282, saṃdhyā 143n, 237, 241, 242, 244, 339
308, 353 Saṃhitā 252
Sagara 28, 43n, 358 saṃjīvanī 286
saguṇ / saguṇa 105, 144, 150-154, 168, 174, Saṃkarṣana 122n
208, 213, 247 saṃkhya 353
saguṇmārgī 208 Sāṃkhya 43, 103, 186, 247, 248, 334
sahaj / sahaja 134, 135, 144, 294, 295, 302, sammelan 204-206
310, 312, 319, 351, 362, 363, 364 saṃnyāsa 115n, 204n
sahaja śūnya 301-303 sāṃnyāsī / sāṃnyāsin 20n, 40, 43, 61, 115n,
sahajāvasthā 245 153, 179n
Sahajiyā 193n, 294, 315 saṃsāra 15, 30, 57, 87, 110, 112, 126n, 127,
sahasrāra / sahasrāra-cakra 142, 143, 245, 253, 254, 261, 268, 269, 278, 290, 315,
246, 251, 256, 257, 260, 269, 295, 302, 335, 342, 347, 352, 353, 358, 364, 366,
303, 309-311, 313, 314, 316, 337, 341, 370
342, 349, 350, 356, 360, 362, 363, 365, saṃskāra (cinque) 29, 41, 55, 57n, 116,
367, 368 117, 119, 120, 207
Sahgal, M. 368 saṃskāra (sedici) 29, 116, 117n
śāhī julūs 200 saṃsmaraṇa 109
śahnāī 310 saṃtoṣa 246, 247, 344, 354
Sāī Bābā 24n saṃvāda 333
Indice analitico 415
saṃyogī 59 Satyaloka 126n
Sanakādi-sampradāya 21, 201 Satyayuga 339
Sanātana-dharma 60, 77n Savāī Jaysiṃh v. Jaysiṃh
sanātanī 91, 163 sāyujya 127
sandhā-bhāṣā 143, 232, 241 Schomer, K. 85
Śani 249 Śekh Taqī 24
Śaṅkara / Śaṅkarācārya 32, 40n, 51, 54, 138, semal (v. anche śalmalī) 276, 278
159, 172, 175n, 318, 355 Sen, K. 84, 319
Śaṅkarācārya (titolo e ruolo) 222, 241, 222 Sen / Sen Nāī / Senā 32, 35, 69, 84, 87, 92,
Saṅkaṭmocan 288 166, 209, 334
śaṅkha 117 śeṣa 106, 113, 114
śaṅkhinī 349 Śeṣa / Śeṣanāga 126n, 340, 363
Śaṅkhudhārā maṭh 60n, 155, 161 Śeṣaśāyin 126n
saṅgam 198n śeṣaśeṣitvasaṃbandha 106
śānta 171 n, 192 Śeṣin 106, 113
Santoṣī 200 setu 35
sant-sampradāya 152, 221 sevā 135
saptajanya 109 sevā-bhāv 135
Saptavāra (di Gorakhnāth) 365 sevya-sevaka 106
Śāradā 315 siddha 20n, 22, 123, 138, 140, 155, 239,
Sarasvatī (dèa) 187, 353 257, 262-264, 313, 325, 326, 328, 330,
Sarasvatī (fiume) 134, 314 334, 344, 346, 348, 364
Saraswati, B., 211, 214n siddha (ottantaquattro, v. anche mahā-
Sarayū 55, 170, 190 siddha) 138, 140, 257, 344
sāṛī 194, 263, 361 siddha / siddhayoga (astr.) 28, 40
śarīra / sarīra 248, 256, 275 siddha deha 20n, 22, 253, 254, 344, 370
Sarkar, D.C. 66, 93, 164 Siddha gosati 334
Śarmā, Y. 172 siddha guru 91, 176, 319
sarovar 310, 319, 349 siddha nāga 200
Sarvāṅgī (di Gopāldās) 130, 174n, 291, 294, siddha samādhi 337
298, 302 siddha yogī 260
Sarvāṅgī (di Rajab) 130, 174n, 277, 294, siddhānta 79n
298 Siddhānta paṃcamātra (attribuito a Rāgha-
sarvarasa 191n vānanda) 153n, 229
Śaśīdhara 264, 265 Siddhānta paṭal (attribuito a Rāmānanda)
sāṣṭāṅga pranām 41n 71, 129, 130, 138, 139, 153n, 186n, 190,
śāstra / Śāstra 30, 31, 60, 77n, 103, 175 195n, 345, 346, 356
śastra-pūjā 99n siddharājā 263
śāstrārtha 75 siddhāsana 264, 313
Śāstrī, C. 168 Siddhasiddhānta paddhati (di Gorakhnāth)
Śāstrī, U. 134, 272, 332 250
Sat 105 siddhi 20, 22, 41, 42n, 44, 60, 136, 155,
Satguru 85, 87, 89n, 134, 135, 145, 305, 182, 185, 344, 346, 354
307, 312, 318, 323, 326-328, 330, 331, Sikandar Lodi 51, 52
336, 355, 369 sikh 19
Śatrughna 107n, 194n Sikh 18, 93, 199, 222
satsaṅg / satsaṅga 18, 41n, 119, 120, 234, śīla / sīla 135, 153n, 246, 247, 344, 354
274, 309, 333 Siṃh, B.P. 66, 157n, 186n, 193n, 196n, 207,
sattva /sattvaguṇa 103, 295, 339 282, 284
416 Indice analitico

Siṃh, I. 167 śrīmantra 41


Siṃh, Raghurāj 69 Śrīmaṭh 61, 76, 98, 100, 178, 210, 213, 214,
Siṃh, Ś. / Singh, S. 89n, 152, 211, 212n, 282, 322
231, 232 e passim Śrīnivāsa 107n
Siṃh, V. 152, 164 Srinivasachari, P.N. 169n
Sindh 12 śrīpati 277, 279
sindūr 140 Śrīrāmānandadigvijaya v. Rāmānan da -
Sinha, S. 211, 214n digvijaya
Śiśupāla 266 Śrīrāmānandīya 42
Śisupālavadha 266 Śrīrāmāvat 42
śiṣyaparamparā 168n Śrī-sampradāya 30, 35, 36, 57, 71, 76n, 94n,
Sītā 35n, 50, 77, 82, 105, 107, 113-115, 118, 95, 97, 201, 284
120n, 124, 125, 170, 180, 189-196, 284, śrī-vaiṣṇava 65, 74, 84, 103n, 106n, 109-
288 111, 114, 115, 171, 185, 215, 217n,
Sītā (sposa di Pīpā) 46, 48n, 53, 56 218n
Sītārām Vedāntī 60n, 161 Śrī-vaiṣṇava 58, 61, 62, 72-75, 77, 78-81,
Sītārāmśaraṇ Bhagavānprasād Rūpkalā v. 87, 94, 104n, 126n, 171, 173, 175, 183,
Rūpkalā 213, 215-218, 223
Śiva 52, 53, 57, 115n, 137, 142, 150n, 245, Śrī-vaiṣṇava-sampradāya 30, 44, 62, 71, 76,
247, 248, 250-252, 255, 256, 265, 301, 201, 202, 205, 215
310, 324, 334, 339-341, 346, 354, 358, Śrīvāstav, B. 34n, 36, 54, 55, 58, 66, 67, 79,
361, 371 81, 96n, 98, 100, 101, 122n, 125, 126,
Śivānanda 20n 130n, 131, 133, 138n, 148, 149, 152n,
Śiva-purāṇa 358 159n, 163n, 165n, 185, 188n, 194n,
Skanda-purāṇa 244 195n, 197n, 206-208, 240, 272, 282,
Śivarāmācārya 214n 297, 298, 308, 332
Śiva-saṃhitā 264, 314 Śrīyānanda 82
smaraṇ / smaraṇa (v. anche sumiraṇ) 16, śṛṅgār ras / śṛṅgāra rasa 191, 192
144, 278 sṛṣṭi 273, 339, 363, 367
smārta 40, 43, 168n, 267 Śruti 33
smṛti 33, 258, 299 sthāndhārī 212
Smṛti 33, 40n, 299 sthūla 245, 339
snāna 123 sthūlaśarīra 248
Snātak, V. 282 stotra 136
so’ham /sohaṃ 259, 305, 312, 345 Sudarśana 107n, 117, 266, 275
Soma 29, 249 Śuddhadvaita-vedānta 201
soma 250 śūdra 159, 161, 203
Sopān 169 Śukadeva 77
śravaṇ / śravaṇa 109, 355, 369 Sukhānanda / Sukhā 32, 35, 206
Śrī 114, 118, 201, 237, 242, 276, 279 sukhsāgar 311, 319
Śrī-bhāṣya 80, 97, 205 Śukla, R. 58n, 66, 67, 69, 80, 89n, 94n,
Śrī-ācārya-vijayaḥ 32n, 58 132n, 152n, 156, 157, 159, 188n, 240,
Śrījñāneśvaracaritra 170 241, 282, 297, 298, 308, 332
Śrīkṛṣṇa Caitanya Cirañjīvī v Caitanya Śuklatīrtha 207, 208
Cirañjīvī Śukra 249
Śrīkṛṣṇa Caitanya Mahāprabhu v. Caitanya / sūkṣma 245, 345
Caitanya Mahāprabhu sūkṣma śarīra 248
Śrīkṛṣṇadās 100 sūfī 21, 23, 24, 56, 216
Indice analitico 417
Sugrīva 194n Śyāmsundar Dās 80, 282
Sumeru 140
sumiraṇ (v. anche smaraṇ / smaraṇa) 144, taijasa 368
255, 278, 279 tailaṅga brāhmaṇa 202n
Sundardās 18, 246, 255, 347, 350, 359 ṭaksāl 342
śūnya / Śūnya 105, 135, 137, 144, 245, 238, tālā 345, 346
256, 257, 302, 310, 326, 327, 329, 349, tālī 350
350, 352, 365 tālu-cakra 349
śūnya cakra 245, 257, 302 tamas 103, 124n, 295
śūnya maṇḍal 245, 257, 260, 302, 330, 353, tāṃbūla 123
357, 365 tan man / tana mana 135, 348, 366
śūnya sarovar 319 tanmātra 247
śūnyāvasthā 245 Tantra 27, 252, 317, 333
sūr / sūra 144, 335, 370 Tantrāloka 250
Surasurānanda / Sursurānanda / Sursur 32, tapas 347, 354
35, 37, 98, 102, 121, 126n, 167, 168, tapasī śākhā 58n, 71, 133, 138, 156, 184,
197, 206n, 207n, 225 186, 190, 212, 219n, 220, 308
surati 131, 238, 258, 259, 262, 307, 311, tapasvī 184
320, 325, 338, 345, 351 Tapasvīrām 39
Surati (città) 306, 312, 313, 343 Tapasyananda 115
surati-cakra 311, 312 Tarāī 196
Sūrdās 277 Tāraka 126n
Sūrkiśor 195, 196, 225 tārak mantra / tāraka mantra 57n, 112
Sursurī 37 Tārānāth 183
sūrya 32 tarīqa 23
Sūrya 28, 50, 200, 249 tarvar 370, 371
sūrya (dodici) 32 Tat 240
Sūryamaṇḍala 126n tatsukhī / tatsukhī śākhā 194
Sūryavaṃśa 285 tattva / tatta /tata 102-104, 247, 248, 355,
Suṣeṇa 286 357, 262, 362, 369
Suśīlā 28, 30, 39, 55 tattvatraya 103
suṣumnā 44, 126, 127n, 134, 137, 142, 143, Tattvatraya (di Pillai Lokācārya) 103n,
239, 242, 249, 251, 256, 260, 262, 263, 113n
268, 303, 309, 314, 317, 329, 341, 349, Tazkīr tuk fukrā 56
352, 357, 367, 370 tejas 247, 360
suṣupti 368 ṭek 294
Sutīkṣṇa 26, 27, 33 [Santa] Teresa di Lisieux 192n
sūtra 34 Thukral, U. 334
svādhiṣṭhāna cakra 302 Ṭīlā 138n, 195n, 225
svādhyāya 109n, 244 tilak / tilaka 57, 63, 72, 73, 118, 180n, 198,
svāmī 343 334
svasukhī /svasukhī śākhā 194, 195 tilak (commentario) 38, 39, 45, 65, 78, 187,
sva-svāmin 106 192
Svayambhu Brahmā 180 Timalsina, S. 264
svayaṃvyakta 122 timira 337
Śvetadvīpa 126n Tipanya, P.S. 154n
Śvetāśvatara-upaṇiṣad 15, 242, 254, 260 tīrtha 28, 33n, 39, 45n, 125-127, 210, 299
Śyāmdāl 199 tīrtharāja 28, 39, 314
418 Indice analitico

tithi 124, 125, 250, 365 upāsan / upāsana 76, 151, 153, 194
Tivārī, B. 189n upāya 113, 114, 116
Totādri 183 ūrama dhūrama joti ujyalā 368, 369
Totapuri 89n ūrdhva 351, 352
trayavākya 30n ūrdhvapuṇḍra 57n, 117, 118, 120n
Tretāyuga 339 ūrdhvaretas 181, 360, 361
Trikuṭī 134, 314 utsava 124
Trilocan 51 Uttar Pradeś 156
Tripathi, B.D. 158 Uttar Totādri 183, 184
Tripāṭhī, Rāmrakṣā 54 uttarāyaṇa 186
Tripurāri 324, 339, 340 utthiṣṭa 359
Triveṇī 143, 262, 306, 314, 350
tulasī / tulsī 57, 119, 155, 346 Vaḍabāgni 358
Tulsī Sāhab 347 vaḍabāmukha 358
Tulsīdās 38n, 149n, 151, 152, 165, 166, 168, vāhana 253, 273
190, 214, 266, 274, 284, 288 vaidikatva 202n
Tulsīrām 39 Vaikuṇṭha 126n, 139, 281, 289
tumbā 140 vairāgin / vairāgī 39, 56, 86, 87, 159, 179n
turīya 340, 368 Vairāgī 56, 57, 179, 180, 184, 211, 240, 267
Tvaṣṭṛ 28, 29, 32n vairāgya / vairāga 86, 135, 258, 320
tyāg / tyāga 111, 135, 267 Vairāgyaṃvara 264
tyāgī 151, 161, 185, 212, 216, 217, 219, vaiṣṇava dharma 30, 32, 53
241, 242, 361 vaiṣṇavācārya 176
Vaiṣṇava-matābja-bhāskara (VMBP) 30n,
udāna 249 35n, 72, 80n, 87, 93-127, 131, 132, 135,
Ujjain 75, 80, 198n, 203, 217 136n, 141, 150, 151, 156, 257, 274, 284,
ulṭa / ulṭā 143, 313, 345 299, 365
ulṭā bhāṣā 263 Vaiśvānara-saṃhitā 52
ulṭā sādhanā 258, 312, 334 vaiśya 30n
ulṭavāṃsī 359, 360, 367, 368 Vājpeyī 55
Ulūpī 253 vajra 252, 253, 262, 361
Umā 252 vajrāsana 253, 313, 361
unmanī 144, 238, 239, 260, 265, 302, 307, vajrolī / vajrolī mudrā 253, 361
313, 316, 317, 360 vākya 30
unmanī mudrā 254, 265 Vallabha / Vallabhācārya 81, 190, 198n,
upacāra 123, 242, 243 202, 205n
upadeśa 208 Vālmikī 286, 287
Upādhyāya, B. 54, 56, 66, 80, 82, 94, 95, Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa (v. anche Rāmāyaṇa)
98, 101, 130, 134n, 155, 159n, 163, 115, 286-288
188n, 240, 272, 282, 297, 298, 332 Vālmīki-saṃhitā 52, 53
Upādhyāya, N.N. 65, 91, 101, 150n, 170n, Vāmana-dvādaśī 125
267, 310, 317, 368 Van der Veer, P. 75n, 79, 81, 84, 86, 151,
Upādhyāya, V.N. 58 161, 175n, 177n, 183n, 193n, 194n, 197-
upaguru 89n 200, 202n, 209, 212, 215-224, 241, 361
upanayana 29, 30, 31 vānaprastha 242
Upaṇiṣad 15, 105, 127, 141, 191, 245, 260, vānara 35n, 198n
273, 299, 335, 343, 352 vandana 110
Upaṇiṣad-bhāṣya 93, 94 Vangelo (v. anche Giovanni, Luca, Marco e
Indice analitico 419
Matteo) 336, 366 vīr / vīra 239, 262, 267, 336
vāṇī 342 Virajā 108n, 127
Vārāṇasī (v. anche Banāras e Kāśī) 30n, Virajānanda (V. anche Brajānanda) 197
40n, 76, 97, 100, 155, 161, 178, 282, virakta-dharma 119
288 virodhin 113
Varmā, R. 240 virya 141
Varmā, R.C. 164 visarjana 123
varṇa 29, 35, 44, 60n, 112n, 120, 158, 159, viśeṣa dharma 59n
203, 211, 256, 303 viśiṣṭādvaita 152
varṇāśrama-dharma 20, 60n, 159, 203, Viśiṣṭādvaita / Viśiṣṭādvaita-vedānta 36, 73,
204n 76, 79n, 94n, 97, 102-104, 150, 151,
Varuṇa 32n 153, 201, 212, 240
Vaśiṣṭa 77 Viṣṇu 27, 28, 29, 32, 50, 57n, 64, 76, 77, 107n,
vaśitva 136n 117, 118, 120, 125, 126, 139n, 155, 200,
vastra 123 201, 242, 247, 253, 266, 275, 279, 289,
Vāsudeva 126n 301, 303, 323, 334, 340, 342, 346, 363
Vāsudevdās 53 viṣṇugranthi 360
vaṭ 207 Viṣṇu-purāṇa 339
vatsa 192 viṣṇurūpa 120
vātsalya 105, 192 Viṣṇusvāmin 30n, 201, 211n
vātsalya bhakti 192n Viṣṇusvāmin-sampradāya 202, 204, 205,
vātsalya-bhāv 195 208
Vaudeville, C. 66, 84-86, 91n, 132n, 156n, viśuddha-cakra 137n
164n, 165n, 177n, 216, 219, 297 viśva 368
vāyu 247, 248, 317, 335 Viśvanāth 213n, 288
Veda 29, 30, 33n, 40, 104, 113, 117, 124n, Viṭhobā / Viṭṭhalpant 51, 169
171, 238, 252, 296, 299, 305, 330, 371 Vivasvat 273
Vedānta 30, 31n, 40, 111n, 201, 291, 348, vivek / viveka 109, 317, 320, 353, 355
352 vrat / vrata 29n, 115, 116, 124, 365
Vedānta vicāra 129, 131 Vṛndāvan 197-199, 204
Vedāntapīṭhācārya 95 Vṛtra 182
vetāla 268 vṛtti 253, 336
vibhāvāvatāra 122n vyāhṛti (v anche mahāvyāhṛti) 339
Vibhīṣana 115, 194n vyāna 249
vibhūti 105, 285 vyāpara 103n
videha 261 Vyāsa 77, 136n
vidyā 30, 175n vyūha 122n, 205
vidyādhar 266
Vidyāraṇya 55 Whaling, F. 62n, 63
Vidyarnava, R.B.S.C. 241, 244 White, D.G. 21, 182n
vigraha 114 Wilson, H.H. 34n, 61, 63, 64, 66, 72, 166,
Vijaya 32n 184, 200n, 210
Vijayanagar 58, 60n
vijñānamayakośa 248 Yadu 29
Vimal 166 Yājñavalkya 355
vimoka 109 yajñopavīt / yajñopavīta 29, 30n, 40, 123
vīṇā 246, 316 yakṣa 262, 266, 267
Vinodīdās 47n yama 121n
420 Indice analitico

Yama / Yamakāla 139, 270, 271-273, 279, 37, 55, 167, 180
328, 356 Yogānanda Giri 349, 356
Yamunā 28, 39, 134, 198n, 262, 314 Yogānanda Paramahaṃsa 20n, 354
Yamunācārya 202n Yoga-sūtra 108n, 121n, 136n, 243, 259,
yantra 59, 330, 364 336, 347, 366
Yārī Sāhab 167, 320 Yogeśvara 115n, 354
Yaśodhā 192 yogī / yogin 19, 20-22, 29, 31, 44, 70, 104,
yoga (astr.) 28 105, 137n, 141-143, 153-157, 184, 185-
Yoga ciṃtāmaṇi 129, 155, 232, 305, 308, 187 e passim
318, 319, 343 yoginī 29, 239, 265
Yoga-darśana 243, 261 Yudhiṣṭira 266
Yogānanda (discepolo di Rāmānanda) 32, yuga 11, 205, 339, 340, 354, 367, 371
INDICE GENERALE

Prefazione pag. 4
Nota sulla scrittura dei termini sanscriti e hindī 7

PARTE I – RĀMĀNANDA E RĀMĀNANDĪ

Capitolo primo – L’epoca di Rāmānanda 11

1. Il “Medioevo” indiano 11
2. La bhakti 15
3. I sant 17
4. Gorakhnāth e i nāth 19
5. I sūfī 23

Capitolo secondo - La vita di Rāmānanda 25

1. Rāmānanda nell’agiografia 25
1.1 Il Rāmānandajanmotsava 25
1.2 La Bhaktamāl e la sua tradizione 34
1.2.1 Il testo di Nābhādās 34
1.2.2 I commenti di Priyādās e di Rūpkalā 37
1.2.3 La dīkṣā di Kabīr nella tradizione della Bhaktamāl e nel
Kabīr parcaī 47
1.3 Il Bhaviṣya-purāṇa 50
1.4 Altre fonti 52
2. Ipotesi su Rāmānanda 61
2.1 La vita in sintesi 61
2.2 Il luogo d’origine 62
2.3 La datazione 65
2.4 La paramparā 71
2.5 I discepoli 84
422 Indice generale

Capitolo terzo - Le opere sanscrite e l’insegnamento dell’Ācārya Rāmānanda 93

1. Le opere sanscrite 93
1.1 Problemi di attribuzione 93
1.2 L’Ānanda-bhāṣya 95
1.3 La Rāmārcana-paddhati 97
1.4 Il Vaiṣṇavamatābja-bhāskara 99
2. La dottrina 102
2.1 Tattvatraya 102
2.2 Īśvara: il Signore Rāma 105
2.3 I jīva 106
3. La via 108
3.1 La bhakti 108
3.2 Rahasyatraya: i tre mantra di Rāma 112
3.3 I cinque saṃskāra 116
3.4 Guru e satsaṅga 119
3.5 L’ahiṃsā 121
3.6 Il rituale 121
3.7 Feste, vrata e luoghi santi 124
3.8 La liberazione 126

Capitolo quarto - Le opere hindī e l’insegnamento di Rāmānanda, guru dei sant 129

1. Le opere hindī 129


1.1 Problemi di attribuzione 129
1.2 I testi editi da Hazārīprasād Dvivedī 133
1.3 Il Siddhānta paṭal 138
2. L’insegnamento di Guru Rāmānandajī 140
2.1 Lo haṭha-yoga 141
2.2 Il linguaggio simbolico 142
3.3 L’agam panth 143
3.4 Bhakti, Dio e Guru 144

Capitolo quinto - L’enigma Rāmānanda 147

1. Molti encomi, pochi studi 147


2. Rāmānanda tra nirguṇ e saguṇ 150
3. Rāmānanda e lo yoga 154
4. Rāmānanda e le caste 157
5. Rāmānanda protettore del Dharma 161
Indice generale 423
6. Rāmānanda e la lingua hindī 164
7. L’eredità di Rāmānanda 166
8. Gli studi più recenti: ācārya e/o guru dei sant? 170

Capitolo sesto - I Rāmānāndī tra storia e leggenda

1. Il successore di Rāmānanda: Anantānanda 180


2. Kṛṣṇadās Payahārī e la fondazione della gaddī di Galtā 181
2.1 Il mahāyogī Kṛṣṇadās Payahārī 181
2.2 Galtā e la tapasī śākhā 183
2.3 Kīldās 186
3. Agradās e il Rasik-sampradāya 188
3.1 Agradās e le sue opere 188
3.2 La rasik bhakti dei Rāmānandī 191
3.3 Sūrkiśor e la scoperta di Janakpur 195
4. Bālānanda e i nāgā 197
5. La riorganizzazione dei sampradāya vaiṣṇava e le cinquantadue “porte” 201
5.1 I catussampradāya 201
5.2 Savāī Jaysiṃh e i vaiṣṇava 203
5.3 Gli dvārā dei Rāmānandī 206
6. I Rāmānandī oggi e lo Śrīmaṭh 210
7. L’origine e la storia dei Rāmānandī: problemi e valutazioni critiche 214

PARTE II – I CANTI ATTRIBUITI A RĀMĀNANDA

Introduzione 229
1. L’edizione di Pitāmbar Datta Baṛathvāl 229
2. La presente edizione e la collaborazione con Shukdev Singh 231
3. Interpretazione e commento 232
4. I canti di Rāmānanda nella tradizione dei sant 233

Rāma rakṣā 237


Gyāṃna līlā 270
Pad 1 276
Pad 2 - Āratī 281
Pad 3 290
Pad 4 293
Pad 5 – Kahaṃ jāise 296
Pad 6 301
Yoga ciṃtāmaṇi 305
Gyāṃna tilaka 323
424 Indice generale

Bibliografia 373

Opere citate con abbreviazioni 373


Fonti sanscrite 374
Traduzioni 376
Fonti hindī (e in altre lingue neo-indiane) 377
Traduzioni 378
Altre fonti 378
Studi 378
Discografia 392
Sitografia 392

Indici 393

Indice dei simboli 395

Indice analitico 399

Indice generale 421