References and Further Reading related to Yamanur
Assayag, Jackie (2004) At the Confluence of Two Rivers: Muslims and Hindus in South India, translated from the French by Latika Sahgal. New Delhi: Manohar.
Bayly, Susan (1984) ‘Hindu kingship and the origin of community: religion, state and society in Kerala, 1750-1850’. Modern Asian Studies 18.2: 177-213.
Digby, Simon (1994) ‘To ride a tiger or a wall? strategies of prestige in India Sufi legend’. In W.M. Callewaert and R. Snell (eds). According to Tradition: hagiographical writing in India. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, pp.99-129.
Flueckiger, J.B. (2006) In Amma’s Healing Room: gender and vernacular Islam in South India, Bloomington: Indiana Press.
Kumar, Rajat (2010) ‘Yamanur and Bidar’ on his blog, Footnotes on Secularism. (Research undertaken for the Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, Bangalore, May-June 2009)http://footnotesonsecularism.wordpress.com/2009/07/31/yamanur-and-bidar/ Date last accessed 19 Oct 2012.
Richman, Paula (2008) Ramayana Stories in Modern South India: an anthology, Bloomington: Indiana Press. Introduction on ‘tellings’.
Sikand, Yoginder (2002) Sacred Spaces: exploring traditions of shared faith in India. New Delhi: Penguin.
[includes material on Saundatti complex near Yamanur, as well as on Sabarimala and other shared spaces]
Vishy (2012) ‘My tryst with Rajabaghsavar of Yamanur’ on his blog, My Experiments on the highway. http://vishy-myexperimentsonthehighway.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/my-tryst-with-rajabaghsavar-of-yamanur.html. Date last accessed 19 Oct 2012.
News X-INX online: ‘Sabarimala temple opens to pilgrims’ 16 Nov 2009. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDFuVZHiW5M. Date last accessed 19 Oct 2012.
Osella, F. and C. Osella (2003) ‘”Ayappan Saranam”: masculinity and the Sabarimala pilgriamge in Kerala’, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute NS 9: 729-53. Available: http://eprints.soas.ac.uk/85/1/jrai6.pdf. Date last accessed 9 August 2010.