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- abhang or abhanga (अभंग) is a form of devotional poetry sung in praise of the hindu god vitthala, also known as vithoba . the word '
- the haripath is a collection of 28 abhangas (poems) composed by the thirteenth-century marathi saint, dnyaneshwar . it is recited by
- kanhopatra wrote marathi abhanga poetry telling of her devotion to vithoba and her struggle to balance her piety with her profession.
- the varkari poet-saints are known for their unique genre of devotional lyric, the abhanga , dedicated to vithoba and composed in marathi.
- bahinabai's abhanga compositions, written in marathi , focus on her troubled marital life and the regret being born a woman.
- music composer for this 'abhanga ' genre devotional album is shridhar phadke , a well known composer who is the son of another highly
- an account of this incident is described by the contemporary namdev in a set of abhanga s named as samadheeche abhanga (translation:
- he wrote many abhanga s. he was one of the first dalit poets in india. chokhamela lived with his wife soyarabai and son karmamela in
- he wrote a book 'sopandevi' based on the bhagvadgita's marathi interpretation along with 50 or so abhangas. he and his siblings were
- he wrote many abhangas devoted to krishna. dhanna chamar chamar (cobbler) kanho or kanhopatra dancer, devotee of vishnu. karmamela devotee of