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Srimanta Sankardev
Sankardev
Lukisan imajiner Srimanta Sankardev karya Bishnu Prasad Rabha[1]
Lahir 1449
Bardowa, Nagaon, Assam, India
Meninggal 1568
Bheladonga, Cooch Behar, Benggala Barat, India
Pengganti Madhavdev

Srimanta Sankardev[2] ([ˈʃrɪˌmʌntə ˈʃænkə(r)ˌdeɪv]; 1449–1568) (bahasa Assam: মহাপুৰুষ শ্ৰীমন্ত শঙ্কৰদেৱ Môhapurux Srimôntô Xônkôrdeu), adalah seorang polimatik Assam abad ke-15 sampai ke-16: seorang sarjana suci, penyair, pembuat drama, reformator sosial-keagamaan dan figur berpengaruh dalam sejarah budaya dan keagamaan di Assam, India.

Sastra dan kontribusi artistik karyanya menghidupkan tradisi di Assam saat ini.

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  1. ^ This portrait, created by Bishnu Rabha in the 20th-century, is generally accepted as the "official" portrait of Sankardev, whose likeness in pictorial form is not available from any extant form A Staff Reporter (October 14, 2003). "Portrait of a poet as an artist". The Telegraph. Diakses May 8, 2013. 
  2. ^ Terdapat berbagai panggilan nama yang beragam yakni Sankardev, Sankardeva dan Sankaradeva.

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Barman, Sivnath (1999), An Unsung Colossus: An Introduction to the Life and Works of Sankardev, Guwahati: Forum for Sankardev Studies 
  • Bhuyan, Abhijit (May 15, 2008), "Sankardev and Neo-Vaishnavism in Assam", Ishani, II(3) 
  • Borkakoti, Sanjib Kumar (2005), Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankaradeva, Guwahati: Bani Mandir 
  • Borkakoti, Sanjib Kumar (2007), Purnanga Katha Gurucharita, Guwahati: Bani Mandir 
  • Borkakoti, Sanjib Kumar (2012), Srimanta Sankaradeva : an epoch maker, Guwahati: EBH Publishers (India), ISBN 978-93-80261-47-8 
  • Borkakoti, Sanjib Kumar (2006), Unique Contributions of Srimanta Sankaradeva in Religion and Culture, Nagaon: Srimanta Sankaradeva Sangha 
  • Vaishnav Santa Srimanta Sankaradeva - translation: Rajibaksha Rakshit. Kaziranga. The only Bengali book available in market on Sankaradeva
  • Crill, Rosemary (1992), "Vrindavani Vastra: Figured Silks from Assam", Hali 14 (2): 76–83 
  • Neog, Maheshwar (1980). Early History of the Vaishnava Faith and Movement in Assam. Delhi: Motilal Banarasidass. ISBN 9788120800076. 
  • Sarma, S N (1966). The Neo-Vaisnavite Movement and the Satra Institution of Assam. Gauhati University. 
  • Sarma, Anjali (1990). Among the Luminaries in Assam: A Study of Assamese Biography. Mittal Publications. 

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