English language 

Ahmed, Rafiuddin.  1996 (re-edition.)  The Bengal Muslims 1871-1906.  Delhi:  Oxford India


Bagchi, Prabodh Chandra.

“The Sandhābhāsa and Sandhāvacana.”  Indian Historical Quarterly 6(2): 389-96.

      1933. “Some Technical Terms of the Tantras.”  Calcutta Oriental Journal 1(2): 75-88.

Materials for a Critical Edition of the Old Bengali Caryapadas.  Reprint of

         Calcutta University Journal of the Department of Letters 30.  Calcutta.

      1956a. “The Cult of the Buddhist Siddhacaryas.”  In Cultural Heritage of India, vol. 4,

          edited by Haridas Bhattacarya, 273-79.  Calcutta:  Ramakrishna Mission

          Instituted of Culture.

      1956b. “Evolution of the Tantras.”  In Cultural Heritage of India, vol. 4, edited by

          Haridas Bhattacarya, 211-26.  Calcutta: Ramakrishna Mission Instituted of


Bake, Arnold.

“Rabindranath Tagore’s Music.”  In The Golden Book of Tagore, edited by

         Ramananda Chatterjee.  Calcutta: Golden Book Committee.

      1934. “Indian Music and Rabindranath Tagore.”  Indian Arts and Letters 5:81-102.

“Abbasuddin Ahmed.” Journal of the International Folk Music Council 13:93.   

Bharati, Agehananda.  1965.  The Tantric Tradition.  London: Rider. 

Bhatnagar, R.S.  1992 (re-edition.) Dimensions of Classical Sufi Thought.  Delhi: Motilal


Bhattacarya, Benoytosh.

“Tāntrika Culture among the Buddhists.”  In Cultural Heritage of India, vol. 4,

         edited by Haridas Bhattacarya, 260-72.  Calcutta: Ramakrishna Mission Institute

         of Culture.

An Introduction to Buddhist Esoterism.  Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series 46. 


Bhattacarya, Deben. 

Love Songs of Chandidas.  London: Allen and Unwin.

 The Mirror of the Sky.  London:  Allen and Unwin. 

Bhattacarya, Jogendra Nath.  1968.  Hindu Castes and Sects.  Reprint of 1896 edition.  Calcutta:

      Firma K.L. Mukhopadhyay. 

Bhattacharyya, Narendra Nath.

History of Indian Erotic Literature.  Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal.

    1977 (re-edition.)  The Indian Mother Goddess.  Delhi: Manohar.

    1992 (re-edition.)  History of the Tantric Religion.  Delhi: Manohar. 

Biswas, Hemango.  1967.  “A Golden Heritage.”  In Folkmusic and Folklore: An Anthology, vol.

    1, edited by Hemango Biswas et al., 164-76.  Calcutta: Folkmusic and Folklore Research Institute. 

Bose, Manindra Mohan. 

An Introduction to the Study of the Post Caitanya Sahajiya Cult.  Reprinted from

         Calcutta University Journal of the Department of Letters 16.  Calcutta.

The post-Caitanya Sahajiya cult of Bengal.  Delhi: Gian Publishing House. 

Bose, Sanat Kumar. 

      1961.  “The Bauls of Birbhum.”  In Census 1961, B. Ray, 52-3.  West Bengal: DCH


      1967.  “Baul Songs of Bengal.”  In Folkmusic and Folklore: An

      Anthology, vol. 1, edited by Hemango Biswas et al., 45-56.  Calcutta: Folkmusic and Folklore Research Institute. 

Bucknell, R.S. and M. Stuart-Fox.  1994 (re-edition.)  The Twilight Language.  Richmond:

      Curzon Press. 

Capwell, Charles.

“The Esoteric Belief of the Bauls of Bengal.” Journal of Asian Studies 32(2): 255-64.

    1986a.  The Music of the Bauls of Bengal.  Kent: The Kent State University Press.

    1986b.  “The Changing Role of the Bauls in Modern Bengal.” In Explorations in

      Ethnomusicology: Essays in Honor of David P. McAllester, edited by Charlotte J. Frisbie.  Detroit Monographs in Musicology 9. Detroit: Detroit Information Coordinators. 

Cashin, David.  1995.  “The Ocean of Love: Middle Bengali Sufi Literature and the Fakirs of

      Bengal.”   PhD diss., Stockholm University, Association of Oriental Studies.   


Chakravarty, Chintaharan.  1963.  Tantras: Studies on their Religion and Literature.  Calcutta:

      Punthi Pustak. 

Chakravati, Surath Chandra.  1980.  Bauls: The Spiritual Vikings.  Calcutta: Firma K.L.


Chatterjee, Amiya, ed.  n.d.  Introducing Purna Chandra Das, a Baul of Bengal.  Calcutta. 

Chatterji, Suniti Kumar.

      1945.  “Buddhist Survivals in Bengal.” In B.C. Law Volume, Part I, edited by D.R.

          Bhandarkar et al., 75-87.  Calcutta.

“Islamic Mysticism in Iran and India.”  Indo-Iranica 1(2): 9-35.

    1970.  The Origin and Development of the Bengali Language.  2 vols.  Reprint of 1926

          edition.  London: Allen and Unwin. 

Chopra, Hira Lall.  1956. “Sufism I.”  In Cultural Heritage of India, vol. 4, edited by Haridas

      Bhattacarya, 593-600.  Calcutta: Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture. 

Das, K.  1988?  Bâuls of Bengal.  Calcutta: Das International Publications. 

Das Baul, Purna.  n.d.  “Baul: An Enchanting Inheritance.”  In Introducing Purna Chandra

      Das, a Baul of Bengal, edited by Amiya Chatterjee.  Calcutta. 

Das, Rahul Peter.  1992.  “Problematic Aspects of the Sexual Rituals of the Bâuls of Bengal,”

      Journal of the American Oriental Society 112(2): 388-432. 

Das Gupta, Shashi Bhusan.  1956.  “Some Later Yogic Schools.”  In Cultural Heritage of India,

    vol. 4, edited by Haridas Bhattacarya, 291-99.  Calcutta: Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture. 

Dasgupta, Alokeranjan. and Mary Ann, trans.  1977.  Roots in the void: Bâul songs of Bengal

      Calcutta: K.P. Bagchi and Co. 

Dasgupta, Shashibhusan.

Aspects of Indian Religious Thought.  Calcutta: A. Mukherjee.

An Introduction to Tāntric Buddhism.  Calcutta: University of Calcutta.

Obscure Religious Cults.  Calcutta: Firma KLM Private. 

Datta, Rajeshwari.  1978.  “The religious aspect of the Baul songs of Bengal,” Journal of Asian

      Studies 37:3, 445-51. 

Dimock, Edward C., Jr.

      1959.  “Rabindranath Tagore – The Greatest of the Bauls of Bengal.”  Journal of

          Asiatic Society 29:1, 33-51.

      1966. The Place of the Hidden Moon:  Erotic Mysticism in the Vaisnava-Sahajiyā Cult

          of Bengal.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.  

Dimock, Edward C., Jr., ed.  1967.  Bengal Literature and History.  Occasional Paper South

      Asian series 6.  East Lansing:  Michigan Stage University. 

Dimock, Edward C., Jr., and Denise Levertov, trans.  1967.  In Praise of Krishna.  Garden City:

      Anchor Books. 

Douglas, Nik.  1971.  Tantra Yoga. New Dehli: Munshiram Manorharlal. 

Dutt, G.S.  1932.  “The Folk Dances and Folk-Songs of Bengal.” The Music Review, July, 44-52. 

Eaton, Richard.  1994.  The Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier 1204-1760.  Delhi: Oxford

      University Press.  

Fruzzetti, Lina.  1994 (re-edition.)  The Gift of a Virgin, Women, Marriage, and Ritual in a

      Bengali Society.  Delhi: Oxford University Press. 

Ganguly, Suranjan and Ginsberg, Allen.  1994.  “On Baul poetry: an interview and six poems,”

      Michigan Quarterly Review 33:2 (Spring), 350-9. 

Garrison, Omar V.  1964.  Tantra: The Yoga of Sex.  New York: Julian Press. 

Guenther, Herbert V. 

      1969.  The Royal Song of Saraha.  Seattle: University of Washington Press.

      1972.  Buddhist Philosophy: In Theory and Practice.  Baltimore: Penguin Books.   

Helie-Lucas M.A., and H. Kapoor.  1996. “Fatwas against women in Bangladesh,” Grabels,

      Women living under muslim laws.   

Jaiswal, Suvira.  1967.  The Origin and Development of Vaisnavism.  Delhi. 


      1951.  “Folk Music of East Pakistan.” Journal of the International Folk Music Council


      1967.  “The Decline of Folk Songs.” In Folkmusic and Folklore: An Anthology, vol. 1,

      edited by Hemango Biswas et al., 151-55.  Calcutta: Folkmusic and Folklore Research Institute. 

Jha, ShaktiNath.  1995.  “Câri-candra bhed: Use of the Four Moons,” Mind, Body and Society

      Calcutta: Oxford University Press, 65-108.   

Kabir, Humayun.

      1956.  “Islam in India.”  In Cultural Heritage of India, vol. 4, edited by Haridas

          Bhattacarya.  Calcutta: Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture.

      1967.  Rabindranath Tagore.  London: University of London, School of Oriental and

          African Studies. 

Kakar, Sudhir.

Intimate Relations: exploring Indian sexuality.  Delhi: Penguin.

    1996.  The Indian Psyche.  Delhi: Oxford University Press.   

Karim, Anwarul. 

      n.d. “Baul Music: Its Origin and Development.”  Manuscript.

      1979/80.  “Folk medicine in Baul practice and their system of birth control,” Folklore,

          Kushtia, Bangladesh, 26-38.

      1980.  The Bauls of Bangladesh: A Study of an Obscure Religious Cult.  Lalan Academy,

          Kushtia, Bangladesh.

Kennedy, Melville T.  1925.  The Chaitanya Movement: A Study of the Vaisnavism of Bengal

      Calcutta: Associated Press (YMCA). 

Kothari, K.S. 1968.  Indian Folk Music Instruments.  New Delhi: Sangeet Natak Akademi. 

Kripalani, Krishna. 1962.  Rabindranath Tagore: A Biography.  New York: Grove Press. 

Krishnaswamy, S.  1965.  Musical Instruments of India.  Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry

      of Information and Broadcasting. 

Kuchertz, Josef.  1975.  “Origin and Construction of the Melodies in Baul songs of Bengal.” 

      Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council 7, UNESCO (ed. Bruno Nettl), 85-91. 

Kulasrestha, Mahendra.  1961.  “Tagore the Musician.” In Tagore Centenary Volume.  Wollner

      Indological Series 2, 120-24. Hoshiapur. 

Madan, T.N.  1987.  Non-renunciation: Themes and Interpretations of Hindu Culture.  Delhi:

      Oxford University Press.   

Mahapatra, Piyushkanti.  1971.  “The Baul cult,” Folklore (Calcutta), (April), 126-33; (May),

      167-75; (June), 218-28; (July) 258-67; (August), 296-310; (September), 333-49. 

Mahdihassan S.  1991 (re-edition.)  Indian Alchemy or Rasayana: in the light of Asceticism and

      Geriatrics.  Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. 

Majumdar, Dipak and Gaston Roberge.  1979. “The Bauls: Communicators and Artists”,”

      National Journal for the Performing Arts of Bombay, 1-14. 

Mansooruddin, M.  1953. “Folk Songs in Pakistan.” Journal of the International Folk Music

      Council 5:51. 

McDaniel, June.  1989.  The Madness of the Saints.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press. 

Mitra, Ashok.  1953.  Fairs and Festivals in West Bengal.  Alipore: Superintendent, Government

      Printing, West Bengal Government. 

Mujeeb, Mohammud.  1967.  The Indian Muslims.  London: Allen and Unwin. 

Mukerji, Dhurjati Prasad. 

“Tagore, the Supreme Composer.”  In The Golden Book of Tagore: A Homage to Rabindranath Tagore from India and the World in Celebration of His Seventieth Birthday, edited by Ramananda Chattergee, 175-78.  Calcutta.

Tagore – A Study.  Bombay: Padma Publications.

“Tagore’s Music.”  In A Centenary Volume: Rabinadranath Tagore 1861-1961, 180-86.  New Delhi. 

Mukherji, Shyam Chand.  1966.  A Study of Vaisnavism in Ancient and Medieval Bengal – up the

      Advent of Caitanya.  Calcutta: Punthi Pustak. 

Nicholson, Reynold.  1989 (re-edition.)  The Mystics of Islam.  London: Arkana. 

Openshaw, Jeanne. 

      1993.  “Bauls of West Bengal, with special reference to Râj Khyâpâ and his

      followers,” PhD diss., School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. 

      1995.  “Raj Krsna: Perspectives on the Worlds of a little-known Bengali “guru”,” in

          Mind, body, and society, R.K. Ray, ed., 109-51.

      1997a. “The Radicalism of Tagore and the “Bauls” of Bengal,” South Asia Research

          17:1, 20-36.

      1997b. “The Web of Deceit: Challenges to Hindu and Muslim “Orthodoxies” by “Bauls”

          of Bengal,” Religion 27: 297-309.

“ ‘Killing’ the Guru: Anti-hierarchical Tendencies of “Bauls” of Bengal,”

         Contributions to Indian Sociology 32:1, 1-19. 

Paul, H.C.

      1973a. “Baul-poets on chari-chandra (or four states of mind),” Journal of the Asiatic

          Society of Bangladesh, 1-53.

      1973b. “Baul poets on the mystic letters,” Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 81-


Ray, Manas.  1994.  The Bâuls of Birbhum: A Study in Persistence and Change in

      Communication in Cultural Context.  Calcutta: Firma KLM Private.   

Ray, Sukumar. 

Music of Eastern India: Vocal Music in Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, and Manipuri

          with Special Emphasis on Bengali.  Calcutta: Firma Mukhopadhyay.

      1985.  Music of Eastern India.  Calcutta: Firma KLM Private.   

Risley, H.H.  1891.  Tribes and castes of Bengal.  Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat Press. 

Roy, Asim.  1983.  The Islamic Syncretistic Tradition in Bengal.  Princeton: Princeton University


Salomon, Carol. 

      1979.  “A Contemporary Sahjiyā Interpretation of the Bilvanmangal-Cintāmani

      Legend as Sung by Sonatan Dās Bāul.” In Patterns of Change in Modern Bengal, ed. Richard L. Park, 97-110.  East Lansing: Michigan Stage University, Asian Languages Center.

      1995.  “Baul Songs.” In Religions of India, ed. Donald S. Lopez, 187-208.  Princeton:

          Princeton University Press. 

Sanyal, Nishikanta.  n.d.  The Erotic Principle Unalloyed Devotion.  Calcutta: Gaudiya Mission.

Saran, Prem.  1994.  Tantra, Hedonism in Indian Culture.  Delhi: D.K. Printworld. 

Sarkar, Jagadish Narayan.  1972.  Islam in Bengal.  Calcutta: Ratna Prakashan. 

Sarkar, Rebati Mohan.  1990.  Bâuls of Bangal, in the Quest of Man of the Heart. Delhi: Gian

      Publishing House. 

Sastri, V.V. Ramana.  1956.  “The Doctrinal Culture and Tradition of the Siddhas.”  In

    Cultural Heritage of India, vol. 4, ed. Haridas Bhattacarya, 300-308.  Calcutta:  Ramkrishna Mission Institute of Culture. 

Schimmel, Annemarie.  1994.  Deciphering the Signs of God.  Albany: State University of New

      York Press. 

Sen, Dinesh Chandra.

History of Bengali Language and Literature.  Calcutta: University of Calcutta.

The Vaisnava Literature of Medieval Bengal.  Calcutta: University of Calcutta. 

Sen, Kshitimohan.

      n.d.  The Bauls of Bengal.  Translated by Lila Ray.  Calcutta: Viswabharati.

      1929.  “The Bauls and their Cult of Man.” In Visva Bharati Quarterly (January): 410-31.

      1931.  “The Baül Singers of Bengal.”  Appendix to The Religion of Man by Rabindranath

          Tagore, 209-21.  London: Macmillan.

      1956.  “The Medieval Mystics of North India.”  In Cultural Heritage of India, vol. 4,

          edited by Haridas Bhattacarya, 377-94. Calcutta: Ramkrishna Mission Institute of


Sen, Kshitimohan.

      1952 and 1953.  “The Bauls of Bengal.” In Visva Bharati Quarterly, in 4 parts: vol. 18,

      part 2, 122-45; part 3, 273-82; part 4, 294-306; vol. 19, part 1, 57-74; rendered into English by Lila Ray. 

Sen, Sukumar.

      1935.  A History of Brajabuli Literature; being a Study of the Vaisnava Lyric Poetry and

          Poets of Bengal.  Calcutta: University of Calcutta.

      1956.  “The Nātha Cult.”  In Cultural Heritage of India, vol. 4, edited by Haridas

          Bhattacarya, 280-90. Calcutta: Ramkrishna Mission Institute of Culture.

      1960.  History of Bengali Literature.  New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi. 

      1965.  “Old Bengali texts: Caryāgīti-Vajragīti-Prahelika.”  Reprinted in Indian

          Linguistics: Journal of the Linguistic Society of India 3.   

Sinha, Maniklal.  1967.  “Folk-Songs of the South Radh.”  In Folkmusic and Folklore: An

    Anthology, vol. 1, edited by Hemango Biswas et al., 33-38.  Calcutta:  Folkmusic and Folklore Research Institute. 

Sinha, Surajit.  1971.  “Vaisnava Influence on aTribal Culture.”  In Krishna: Myths, Rites, and

    Attitudes, ed. Milton Singer, 2d impression of 1969 edition, 64-89.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 

Snellgrove, David L.

      1954.  “Third Part: The Tantras.”  In Buddhist Texts through the Ages, edited by Edward

          Conze, 221-68.  Oxford: B. Cassirer.

The Hevajra-Tantra: A Critical Study.  Part 1, Introduction and Translation. 

          London Oriental Series 6.  London: Oxford University Press. 

Stern, Philippe.  1961.  “The Real Rabindranath and his Music.”  In A Centenary Volume:

      Rabindranath Tagore 1861-1961, 293-96.  New Delhi. 

Strickland-Anderson, Lily.  1924.  “Rabindranath Tagore—Poet Composer.” Musical Quarterly


Subhan, John.  1970.  Sufism, Its Saints and Shrines: An Introduction to the Study of Sufism with

      Special Reference to India.  Reprint of 1938 edition.  New York: S. Weiser. 

Tagore, Rabindranath.

Creative Unity.  New York: Macmillan.

    1931.  The Religion of Man.  New York: Macmillan.

    1961.  Svaralipi: An Anthology of One Hundred Songs of Rabindranath Tagore in Staff

          Notation.  Vol. 1.  New Delhi: Sangeet Natak Akademi. 

Tagore, Saurindramohan.  1896.  Universal History of Music Compiled from Divers Sources

      Calcutta: N. G. Goswamy. 

Tarafdar, M.R.  1985.  “The Bengali Muslims in the pre-colonial period,” in Islam et Société en

      Asie du sud, ed. Gaborieau.  Paris:  EHESS. [need first name of editor?] 

White, Sarah.  1992.  Arguing with the Crocodile, Gender and Class in Bangladesh.  Dhaka:

      University Press Limited. 

Woodroffe, John. 

      1918.  Shakti and Shakta: Essays and Addresses on the Shākta Tantrashhastra. London:

          Luzac and Company.

Introduction to Tantra Sastra.  Madras: Ganesh. 

Zaehner, R.C.  1994 (re-edition.)  Hindu and Muslim Mysticism.  Rockport:  Oneworld/SOAS.  

Other European languages 


Anawati, G.C. and L. Gardet.  1986.  Mystique musulmane.  Paris, Vrin. 

Bhattacharya, France. 

preface à Râdhà au lotus.  Paris: Gallimard/UNESCO.

    1995a. “Le shaktisme au Bengale,” Les ruses du salut, ed. M.L. Reiniche, Purushârtha

          No.17, 139-56.  Paris: E.H.E.S.S.

      1995b. De sang et de sperme, la pratique mystique Bâul et son expression métaphorique

          dans les chants, inédit, 22 p. 

Bruguiere, Philippe.  1994.  La délectation du Rasa. Cahiers de musique traditionnelle 7,  

      Genève, 3-26. 

Burckhardt, Titus.  1996 (rééd.) Introduction aux doctrines ésotériques de l’islam.  Paris: Dervy.   

Chambard, Jean-Luc.

La tradition populaire des Cinq Vierges dans un village de l’Inde centrale,

         Ethnologies 2.

Hindouisme et anthropologie religieuse en Inde, base de données

      bibliographiques, Centre d’Etudes de l’Inde et de l’Asie du Sud (E.H.E.S.S.); mise à jour et accessible sur Internet. 

Chambert-Loir, Henri, and Claude Guillot.  1995.  Le culte des saints dans le monde musulman

      Paris: E.F.E.O. 

Danielou, Alain.  1971. La musique et sa communication.  Florence: L. Olschki/Conseil

      International de la Musique. 

Devos, Claire.  1995.  Qawwali, la musique des maîtres du soufisme.  Paris: Makar. 

During, Jean. 1988.  Musique et extase.  Paris: Albin Michel. 

Eliade, Mircea.

Le mythe de l’alchimie.  Paris: L’Herne.

Sur l’érotique mystique indienne.  Paris: L’Herne. 

Gaborieau, Marc.  1992.  “Hétéropraxie et hiérarchie: les orders mystiques musualmans dits

      heterodoxies,” in Ascèse et renoncement en Inde, S. Bouez, ed.  Paris: L’Harmattan. 

Guenon, René.  1978.  Initiation et realization sprituelle.  Paris: Editions Traditionnelles. 

Jha, ShaktiNath.  1997.  collection d’articles sur les persecutions anti-Bâul et Fakir, in Bartikâ,

      Calcutta, ed. M. Debî.  

Le Breton, David.  1992.  La sociologie du corps.  Paris: P.U.F. 

Le Doeuff, Michèle.  1998.  Le sexed u savoir.  Paris: Aubier. 

Maspero, Henri.  1937.  “Les procédés de ‘nourir le principe vital’ dans la religion Taoīste

      ancienne.”  Journal Asiatique 229:177-252, 353-430. 

Matringe, Denis.  1995.  “Pakistan,” in Le culte des saints dans le monde musulman, Chambert-

      Loir and Guillot.  Paris: E.F.E.O. 

Michot, Jean.  1991.  Musique et danse salon Ibn Taymiyya.  Paris: Vrin. 

Mukherjee, P.  1985.  Les fous de l’absolu.  Paris: Findakly. 

Roob, Alexander.  1997.  Alchimie et Mystique.  Köln: Taschen. 

Rouget, Gilles.  1990.  La musique et la transe.  Paris: Gallimard. 

Shahidullah, M.  1928.  Les chants mystiques de Kanha et de Saraha/Les dohā-kosa et les caryā. 

      Paris:  Adrien Maisonneuve. 

Tagore, Rabindranath.  1935.  Chansons de Rabindranath Tagore.  Bibliothèque Musicale du

      Musée Guimet, directed by Philippe Stern, vol. 2.  Paris: P. Geuthner. 

Trottier, Anne-Hélène

      1997.  “Chants Bâul: la quête et les haut-parleurs”, La transmission…No. 17, 33-38.

“L’épopée du corps chez les Fakir du Bengale”, La transmission du savoir dans le

         monde musulman périphérique, No. 18, 19-28.  Paris: E.H.E.S.S.

      2000.  Fakir: Laquête d’un Bâul musulman.  Paris: L’Hamattan. 


Ahammad, Kâjî Hoshenuddin, ed.  1384 (B.S.) Phakirî Shangît.  Calcutta: Madinâ Book Depot. 

Bandyōpādhyāy, Sōmendronāth.  1964.  bānlār bāul: kābyo ō darśon.  Calcutta: Bookland. 

Bardhon, Moni.  1969.  bānlār lōknrityo ō gītiboicitro.  Calcutta: West Bengal Ministry of

      Information and Broadcasting. 

Bhattācārýo, Āśtutōs.

      1962a.  bānlār lōk-sāhityo.  Vol. 1. Calcutta: Calcutta Book House.

      1962b.  “bāul.”  In bānlār lōk songīt, vol. 1, by Sūrendro Candro Cakroborttī, pp. k-th

          Calcutta: Bengal Music College (Research Division). 

      1963.  “bhātiyali.” In bānlār lōk songīt, vol. 2, Sūrendro Candro Cakroborttī, 14-19. 

          Calcutta: Bengal Music College (Research Division). 

Bhattacharya, Upendranâth.  1957.  Bânglâr Bâul o Bâul Gân.  Calcutta: Orient Book Co. 

Bosu, Monīndromohan.  n.d.  carýāpad.  Calcutta. 

Cākī, Jyōtibhūsan.  n.d.  “bāul Nabonidās.” In Introducing Purna Chandra Das, a Baul of

      Bengal, edited by Amiya Catterjee, 14-19.  Calcutta. 

Caki, Lina. 1997.  Bâuler Carandâsi, in Cakrabarti, S., ed.  Dhrubapad, Calcutta. 

Cakravarty, Sudhîr.  1990.  Bangla Dehatattver Gân.  Calcutta: Pustak Bipani. 

Cakrobortī, Sureś.  1962.  “bānlā lōk gītir sur-bicār.” Appendix A in bānlār lōk-sāhityo, vol. 1,

      by Āśtutōs Bhattācārýo.  Calcutta: Calcutta Book House. 

Cakrobortti, Surendro Candro. 

bānlār lōk songīt.  Vol. 1. Calcutta: Bengal Music College (Research Division).

bānlār lōk songīt.  Vol. 2.  Calcutta: Bengal Music College (research Division). 

Chaudhuri, Abul Ahsan.  1992 (re-ed.) Lâlan Shâh.  Dhaka: Bangla Academy. 

Dāś, Motilāl, and Pīyūskānti Mohāpātro.  1958.  lālon-gītikā: lālon śāh phokirer gān.  Calcutta:

      University of Calcutta with the aid of Viswabharati University. 

Datta, Akhay Kumâr.  1289 (B.S.)  Bhâratbarshîya Upâshak Sampradây, vol. 2.  Calcutta:

      Karunâ Prakâshanî. 

Datto, Aksay Kumar.

      1871.  bhārotīyo upāsok-samprodāy.  Part 1. Calcutta.

      1907-8.  bhārotīyo upāsok-samprodāy.  Part 2.  Calcutta. 

Deb, Cittorañjan.  1966.  bānlār palligīti.  Calcutta: National Book Agency. 

Ghōs, Śāntideb.  1962.  robīndrosongīt.  Enlarged 3d ed.  Robīndroporicay granthomālā

      Calcutta.  Viswabharati. 

Jayadeva.  1994.  Gitagovinda, trans. B. Miller Stoler.  Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal. 

Jha, ShaktiNath.  1995.  Fakir Lalan Shâï.  Calcutta: Sangbad Prakâshak. 

Kumār, Madanmōhan.  1966.  bānlā sāhityer ālōcanā.  Calcutta: Dasgupta and Company. 

Mansur Ali, Mohammed. 

Allahr Pradatta Korân Kay? Kushtia.

    1389 (B.S.) Nâmâjer Guptatattva.  Kushtia

    1384 (B.S.) Shatyer Âlo.  Kushtia

    Cerrol korân, coll.  “Rashidiyâ Library”, Kushthiya. 

Mansuruddin, Muhammad.  1984.  Hârâmani, vol. 5.  Dhaka: Bangla Academy. 

Mitro, Rājyeśvor.  1959.  “Carýagīti.” biśvobhārotī patrikā, issue of śrābon-āśvin, 1881śak era,

      pp. 4ff. 

Monsur Uddīn, Muhammad (editor).  1942.  hārāmoni: lōk songīt songraho.  Calcutta: Calcutta


Mukhōpādhyāy, Dilīp.

uttor rārher lōk songīt.  Calcutta: kalyānī.  Mukhōpādhyāy, Tārāpado.

carýāīti. biśvobidyāsongraho 131.  Calcutta: Viswabharati. 

Pâthak, Sunîitikumâr.  1997.  Bâul Khônje Maner Mânush.  Calcutta. 

Sanâtan Bâul.  1996.  Bâul Premik.  Calcutta, à compte d’auteur. 

Sarkar, Mohammod Soleyman Ali. 

      1992.  Banglar Baul Darshan.  Dhaka: Bangla Academy.

      1994.  Lâlan Shâher Marami Darshan.  Dhaka: Bangla Academy. 

Śāstri, Haroprosād.

hājār bacharer purāno bāngālā bhāsāy bowddhogān ō dōhā.  Revised ed. sāhityo-

          porisad granthomālā 55.  Calcutta: Bengali Literature Association.

      1963.  prācīn bānlār gowrab.  biśvobidyāsongraho 54.  Calcutta: Viswabharati. 

Sen, Ksitimōhan

bhārotīyo madhyoýuge sādhonār kathā.  Calcutta.

    1946.  bānlār sādhonā.  Calcutta.

    1949.  bhārote hindu-musolmāner ýukto sādhonā.  Calcutta: Viswabharati.

    1954.  bānlār bāul.  Calcutta: Calcutta University. 

Sen, Srîkshitimohan.  1993.  Bânglar Bâul.  Calcutta University. 

Sen Sukumār.  1956.  carýagīti -padābolī. Burdwan. 

Siraj-Uddin, Muhammad.  1997.  Lâlan Tattver Bhumikâ.  Kushtia. 

Thākur, Rabīndronāth.

bāul.  Calcutta.

āśirbbād.” In hārāmoni: lōk songīt songraho, edited by Muhammad Monsur Uddīn, ix-xii.  Calcutta: Calcutta University.

    1963.  prāyościtto.  Calcutta: Viswabharati.

    1966a.  phālgunī.  Calcutta: Viswabharati.

    1966b.  songīt-cintā. Calcutta: Viswabharati. 

    1981.  svoobitān. 60 vols. Calcutta: Viswabharati.