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Be sure to read and follow all of the instructions, including a careful analysis of the poem by the Indian mystic peasant and poet Tukaram, illustrated to the right. He is considered a “Sant”–a holy man from the bhakti (love, devotion) tradition. you will briefly answer five questions that pertain to George Harrison’s song, “Within you, without you.” Second, you will read a bhakti devotional poem by Tukaram, an Indian mystic peasant, answer the questions and compare and contrast the two texts. For instance, assuming something does, what happens to the “you” in the Beatles song, and what happens to the “you” in Tukaram’s poem? What philosophical concept of the nature of reality (“oneness” or “twoness”?) might Harrison and Tukaram be advocating?
In responding, be sure to interact with some of our introductory terms such as dualism (spirit and matter), monism (also referred to as nondualism), pantheism, metaphysics, and a number of Hindu terms such as maya, Brahman (ultimate reality), atman, Vedanta. Also refer to a number of materials provided in this designated folder. Properly cite any quotes and references you incorporate to support your response.
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