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- obedience of rituals and arcane religious practices. it is said that over 5000 abhangas were written by sant tukaram. many of them were devoted to the god vitthal
- kanhopatra is believed to have composed many abhangas, but most were not in written form: only thirty of her abhangas or ovis survive today. twenty-three verses
- tailor, wrote short marathi devotional poems in praise of vithoba called abhangas (literally 'unbroken'), and used the call-and-response kirtan (literally
- sena's abhangas say that he died at midday on the 12th lunar day of the dark fortnight of the hindu month of shravana. at least 13 abhangas written
- buldhana district. he lived at mangalvedha in maharashtra. he wrote many abhangas. he was one of the first dalit poets in india. chokhamela lived with his
- the haripath is a collection of twenty-eight abhangas (poems) revealed to the thirteenth-century marathi saint, dnyaneshwar. it is recited by varkaris
- composed between 1632 and 1650. also called abhanga gatha, the indian tradition believes it includes some 4,500 abhangas, but modern scholars have questioned
- (saints) in the bhaktavijaya, the abhangas of eknath accord him sainthood and mention him with other saints. eknath's abhanga praises vithoba who melted gold