Monday, 6 July 2009

Narayan Vaman Tilak (1861-1919) and Laksmibai Tilak (1868-1936)

1. Primary Sources

  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "Maza Anubhav." (Steps to Christ). Dnyanodaya 54/11 (Mar. 1895) 2 pp. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "Stree" (Woman). Dnyanodaya 54/13 (Mar. 1895) 2 pp. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "A Brahman's Idea of Sin." Dnyanodaya 59/23 (Jun. 1900) 1. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "Hindus as Givers." Dnyanodaya 59/29 (Jul. 1900) 1. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "A Few Thoughts on the Lord's Prayer." Dnyanodaya 66/37, 38, 41, 42, 43, 49 (Sep. Nov. 1907) 6. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "The Study of Indian Myths." 71/37 (Sep. 1912) 1. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Bhakti-Niranjana.  Nasik, n.d. 160 pp. [M, NO]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. (Translations of his poems into English, including parts of the Khristayana.) [UTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "India's Great Demand." YMI (Jan. 1909) 10. [UTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "My Motherland." YMI (Sep. 1917) 513. [UTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "No Longer I But Christ." YMI (Apr. 1926) 219. [UTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Susila and Other Poems. Calcutta: YMCA, 1926. 60 pp. [GEN]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. (Poems in English translation by J.C. Winslow.)
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Christayan. Tr. into English by J.C. Winslow. CSS Review. [Details to be added in, see Baago 27.]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Translations in J.C. Winslow, Narayan Vaman Tilak. Calcutta: YMCA, 1923. 137 pp. [GEN]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Loka Bandhu Prabhu Yeshu Khrist. (Jesus the People's Friend, I). [Prose.] Bombay: Bombay Tract Society, 1921. 38 pp. [BTBS]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman, and Tilak, Laksmibai. Khristayana. Nashik: Devadatt Narayan Tilak, 'Shantisadan,' 1938.
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman and Laksmibai Tilak. Khristayana. Sanskipta. Mumbai: Bombay Tract and Book Society, 1959. [NO, UTC]
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren. Serialized in the weekly Sanjivani.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren, Part 1. 15 December 1934.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren, Part 2. 1935.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren, Part 3, 1936.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren, Part 4. 15 December 1935. [or 1937?] 7 impressions up to 1953.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren. Abridged version, ed. K.B. Devale. Mumbai , 1940.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. I Follow After. English tr. of Part 1 by E. Josephine Inkster. London / Madras: Oxford University Press, 1950. 353 pp.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren. Abridged version, made by Devadatta Narayan Tilak. Sahitya Akademi, Mumbai, 1958, 1968.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Sampurna Smrtichitren. Parts 1-4. Abhinava avrtti, ed. Ashok D. Tilak. 1st ed. 1973.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren. Abridged version, ed. H.A. Bhave, Varda Prakashan, Pune, 1987. Second impression / edition 1989.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Sampurna Smrtichitren. Parts 1-4. Abhinava avrtti, ed. Ashok D. Tilak. 2nd ed. 1989.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai and Devadatta Tilak. Sampurna Smritichitren. Ed. Ashok Devadatta Tilak. 3rd revised ed. Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, 1996. Containing all 4 parts, plus other scholarly apparatus (introduction, notes, index).
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. I follow after: An Autobiography. Delhi: OUP, 1998.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. (Sanksipta) Smrtichitren. Ed. Devadatta Narayan Tilak. Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, 2000. (1st ed. 1958, 4th ed. 1996).
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Bharali Ghagar. Ed. K.B. Devale. Mumbai, 1948.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. ‘Agadi Step by Step.’ Testimony of Lakshmibai Tilak in her own words. Ed. Ashok Devdatt Tilak. Nashik: Mayawati A. Tilak, Shantisadan, 1968.
  • Tilak, Lakshmibai. Sketches from Memory (Smrutichitre). A New Translation of the Marathi Classic. From the abridged version made by D.N. Tilak, published by Popular Prakashan, Mumbai, 1994. Tr. Louis Menezes, SJ. Completed 1996-97. Mumbai, 2002. [Photocopy.]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Tilakāncī Kavitā. Pustaka Dusre. Abhangāñjali. Poems of Rev. N.V. Tilak, Vol. II. Ed. Bhaskar Krishna Ujgare. Bombay: Bombay Tract and Book Society, [1919].
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Svargastha Re. Tilak kā Bhaktisangīta. Nashik: Nagarika Chhapkhana, Shantisadan, [1942].
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Tilakāncī 1895 pūrvicī kāhi kavitā. [Nashik]: Devadatta Narayan Tilak, 1959. [2 copies]
  • A Kempis, Thomas. Khristānuvartana. [Imitation of Christ.] Tr. Narayan Vaman Tilak and Devdatta Narayan Tilak. Rev. Ed. J.M. Pithekar. Manikpur Pitha, Vasai Road: Smita Prakashan, 2009. [First published 1924. Reprint in 4 parts 1929-30. Reprint of 4 parts together 1959. Second edition 1968.]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. [Title pages and 1-26 missing.] [Bhaga 2]: Khristastavana. 13-65. Bhaga 3: Pavitra Ātmyācī kārye. Part III: Influences of the Holy Spirit. 66-74. Bhāga 4: Īśvarī śāstra. Part IV: The Scriptures. 75-??. [Bhaga 5]: Anutāpagīte. ??-92. Bhaga 6: Uddhārmārga. Part VI: The Way of Salvation. 93-108. [Bhāga 7]: Khristī manuṣyācā dharmānubhava. 109-44. Bhaga 8: Khristīśīṣyāce sadguṇa. Part VIII: Christian Graces. 145-56. Bhāga 9: ekantī karāvayācī upāsanā. Part IX: Private Devotion. 157-79. Bhaga 10: Gṛhya upāsanā. Part X: Family Devotion. 180-185. Bhāga 11: Bhaktimandirī karāvayācī upāsanā. Part XI: Church Worship. 186-200. Bhāga 12: Ātmanivedana āṇi sevā. Part XII: Consecration and Service. 201-220. Bhāga 13: Shubhavṛttaprasāra. Part XIV [sic]: The Spread of the Gospel. 221-40. Bhāga 14: Naimittika gīte. Part XIV: Occasional Hymns. 241-50. Bhāga 15: Rāṣtraviṣayaka gīte. Part XV: National Hymns. 251-54. Bhaga 16: Navavarṣa. Part XVI: The New Year. 255-59. Bhāga 17: Mṛtyu āṇi nyāyakāḷa. 260-65. Part XVII: Death and the Judgment. Bhāga 18: Parloka. Part XVIII: The Future Life. 266-75. Bhāga 19: Mule va taruṇa mandalī yājakaritā gīte. Part XIX: Hymns for the Young. 276-87. 1. Pahilyā olīncī anukramaṇikā. 1. Index of First Lines. 1-13. II. Index to First Lines of the English Hymns Translated. 1-7. 3. Viṣayāncī anukramaṇikā. III. Index of Subjects. 1-4. 

2. Secondary Sources

  • Nazareth, Malcolm J. Reverend Narayan Vaman Tilak: An interreligious exploration. Temple University, 1998.
  • Patil, Subash. Santa Tukaram ani Rev. Tilak: Ek Bhāvanubandha. Pune: Snehavardhana Publ. House, 2005.
  • Richard, H.L. Christ-bhakti: Narayan Vaman Tilak and Christian Work among Hindus. ISPCK.
  • Richard, H.L. Following Jesus in the Hindu Context: The intriguing implications of N.V. Tilak’s Life and Thought. Pasadena: W. Carey Library, 1998.
  • Sheikh, Mir Isahak. Laksmibai Tilakanchi Smrtichitre: Ek Chintan. Pune: Pratima Prakashan, 2000.
  • Tilak, Ashok D. Chalta Bolta Chamatkar. Popular prakashan, 2005.
  • Tilak, Ashok D. Chavaituhi. Nashik: Mukta Ashok Tilak, Shantisadan, 2001.
  • Tilak, Ashok D. Jara Vegala Angle. Nashik: Mayavati Ashok Tilak, 1979.
  • Tilak, Ashok D. Takkarmāl. Nashik Road: Vangmayaseva Prakashan, 2006.
  • George, Anthony D. Svatantryapurvakalatila Dharmantarita Khristi Vyaktinci Atmanivedane Samajika Ani Vangmayina Abhyasa. Mumbai: Mumbai Vidyapeeth, 2007. [PhD thesis on pre-1947 Marathi converts to Christianity, submitted to Bombay University.]
  • Suvṛtta Prasāra (December 1961). [Issue dedicated to] Narayan Vaman Tilak Janmashatabdi 6 December 1961. Contents: D.N. Tilak, “Narayan Vaman Tilak,” 3-6. Anonymous, “Sri D.N. Tilak Satkāra,” 7.
  • Christmas and New Year Greetings. From Ashok, Maya and Mukta Tilak. Nashik: Shanti Sadan, 422 002. 22 pp.



Plenty of other stuff on the net.

3 comments:

  1. N.V. Tilak was also the Marathi Editor of the Dnyanodaya from 1912-1917. By the way, where can I find a copy of Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Loka Bandhu Prabhu Yeshu Khrist. (Jesus the People's Friend, I). [Prose.] Bombay: Bombay Tract Society, 1921. 38 pp. [BTBS]?
    I am working on a Master's Thesis on Tilak's prose writings in the Dnyanodaya's during the period when he was it's editor.

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  2. You are right about his being the editor. Was he also the founder of the review?
    I have no idea where to find the copy you need. Where are you based? You could try various places: the United Biblical College Pune, for example. Or UTC Bangalore.

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  3. I was intrigued to see reference to a photocopy of a translation of Devdatt's abridgment of his mother's account of NVT, done by Louis Menezes in 1997. Seeking further information I found this was published in 2007 by Katha (New Delhi). H. L. Richard

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