Gāṇapatyas - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Religion

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Gaṇeśa; Marathi Religions.

Bibliography

The works by Gāṇapatyas remain almost entirely untranslated into Western languages. Part of the Gaṇeśa Purāṇa has been translated and edited by Kiyoshi Yoroi in Gaṇeśagītā: A Study, Translation with Notes, and a Condensed Rendering of the Commentary of Nilakaṇṭha (The Hague, 1968). The most complete collection of Gāṇapatya literature and lore in Marathi is Amarendra L. Gadgil's Śrī Gaṇeś Koś (Poona, India, 1968). A survey of the Gāṇapatyas in the context of the myth and ritual traditions of Gaṇeśa...

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