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A welcome addition to our catalog of religious movements and a timely reminder that circulation does not flow in only one direction―and never will again. (Jack David Eller Anthropology Review Database)
[An] informative and erudite book. (Alexandra Kent Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute)
a rich and challenging text. (Hanna H. Kim H-Asia)
Winged Faith is a readable and carefully documented account of an extraordinary modern religious figure, but its appeal is much wider. It is an important contribution to the literature on globalization and a valuable corrective to the pervasive view that globalization, especially cultural globalization, is simply westernization. (Bryan S. Turner Society)
It is a book that should be widely read by scholars and people coming from a wide range of disciplines and perspectives. (Amit Chaturvedi Contemporary South Asia)
Srinivas' impressive study argues for new visions of pluralism that hinge upon an engaged cosmopolitanism...One hopes Srinivas' impressive work will be read by scholars from numerous fields, as its reach is incredibly broad. (Jeffrey M. Brackett Journal of Hindu Studies)
About the Author
Tulasi Srinivas is assistant professor of anthropology at Emerson College, specializing in South Asia, with a focus on issues of globalization, religion, and identity.