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• Popular religion in Rajasthan: a study of four deities and their worship in the nineteenth and twentieth century By Rajshree Dhali
• Chapters Cover:
The ecological, social and political background to their rise as folk deities
Stages and process of Deification
The social composition of followers
Modes of Worship
• Oral Literature in the Digital Age: By Mark Turin, Claire Wheeler and Eleanor Wilkinson
From Shrine to Stage: A Personal Account of the Challenges of Archiving the Tejaji Ballad of Rajasthan: By Madan Meena
• The epic of Pabuji
A study, transcription and translation
By JOHN D. SMITH
• The Goddesses' Henchmen: Gender in Indian Hero Worship: By Lindsey Harlan
Stories focusing on masculinity and perfection over femininity and domesticity.
• Phad: Mythical heritage of Bhilwara
• Epics of Rajasthan: By Komal Kothari
The females as a moving force: Birth of the Sagatis
(Shaktis) to eliminate the heroes (annihilation)
• Rethinking India's Oral and Classical Epics: Draupadi among Rajputs, Muslims: By Alf Hiltebeitel
• Outspoken women: Representation of female voice in Rajasthani folklore
• Rajputs and origin of Kesar in Rajasthan
• Significance of kesar and early discovery
• The Tales of Marwar (storybook): By Vijaydan Detha
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• Visual Communication Design at IDC, IIT Bombay
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