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Vasudha Narayanan is a professor of religion at the University of Florida. She has written and edited five books, including The Vernacular Veda: Revelation, Recitation and Ritual (1994). She has been the recipient of several grants and fellowships including a Guggenheim fellowship (1991-92) and an NEH fellowship (1998-99). Forthcoming books include The Sacred Utterance: A Translation of a 9th Century Poem, Hindu Traditions in the United States: Temple Space, Domestic Space and Cyberspace, and The Hindu Traditions: An Introduction. Narayanan is also working on shared ritual spaces where Hindus and Muslims worship in South India.

 

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