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- abhang or abhanga (marathi: अभंग) is a form of devotional poetry sung in praise of the hindu god vitthala, also known as vithoba. the word 'abhang' comes
- poet-saints are known for their unique genre of devotional lyric, the abhanga, dedicated to vithoba and composed in marathi. other devotional literature
- on hearsay. tukaram accepted 'namdev maharaj as his guru. one of his abhanga is proof for this.[नामदेवे केले स्वप्नामाजी जागे .सवे पांडुरंगे येवूनिया
- saints, the other being abhangacontributed to the saint, tukaram (1577–1650). while ovi is used for narrative poems, abhanga meter is used for lyrical
- is within the precincts of the temple. kanhopatra wrote marathi ovi and abhanga poetry telling of her devotion to vithoba and her struggle to balance her
- described by the contemporary namdev in a set of abhangas named as samadheeche abhanga (translation: abhangas of samadhi). dnyaneshwar laid the foundation
- silpasastra literature to describe the group of the “three bhangas”, namely abhanga, samabhanga, and atibhanga. like many other poses used in traditional
- of the king of bidar. he gave up his profession and created devotional abhangas in praise of the god vithoba. the bhaktavijaya of mahipati (1715–90), a