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Baksheesh and Brahman: Asian Journals - India (The Collected Works of Joseph Campbell) [Joseph Campbell, Robin Larsen, Stephen Larsen, Antony Van Couvering] on eazye.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. After ten years of intensive study of Indian art and philosophy, Joseph Campbell, at 50, finally embarked on a journey to India/5(4).

After ten years of intensive study of Indian art and philosophy, Joseph Campbell, at 50, finally embarked on a journey to India. Searching for the transcendent (Brahman), he found instead stark realities: growing nationalism, religious rivalry, poverty, and a prevalent culture of what he called?baksheesh,” or alms. This journal chronicles the disillusionment and revelation that would change.

After ten years of intensive study of Indian art and philosophy, Joseph Campbell, at 50, finally embarked on a journey to India. Searching for the transcendent (Brahman), he found instead stark realities: growing nationalism, religious rivalry, poverty, and a prevalent culture of what he called “baksheesh,” or alms/5(10).

After years of study of Indian art and philosophy, Campbell, at 50, finally embarked on a journey to India. Searching for the transcendent (Brahman), he found instead stark realities: growing nationalism, religious rivalry, poverty, and a culture of what he called "baksheesh, " or alms.