A discussion on the book ‘Spatializing Popular Sufi Shrines in Punjab Dreams, Memories, Territoriality’ (Routledge 2019) by Yogesh Snehi (School of Liberal Studies, Ambedkar University Delhi)
Friday 30th August, 2019, 3.00 pm, CR 4, Kashmere Gate Campus
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This book explores the organic lives of popular Sufi shrines in contemporary Northwest India. It traverses the worldview of shrine spaces, rituals and their complex narratives, and provides an insight into their urban and rural landscapes in the post-Partition (Indian) Punjab.This work will be useful to those engaged in interdisciplinary research in history, social anthropology, historical sociology, cultural studies, historical geography, religion and art history, as well as those interested in Sufism and its shrines in South Asia.