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    4 2. Introduction 5 3. Religion in Indus Valley 7 4. Religion of The Vedas 8 5. Upanidashic Route

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    year; monsoonal rains; an incredibly large population for the early epoch; volcanisms and earthquakes; navigational expertise, etc.. Above all, one should keep in mind the antiquity of Man's existence in the region and the fact that Agriculture and Civilization very probably originated there, as is fast becoming evident. Of course, the reader may reach different conclusions than ours on certain specific matters. But we are confident that these will not change the overall picture that we are arguing here

  • Jainism Essay

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    century BCE.[4][5] It has been hypothesized that, like several traditions in Hinduism, Jainism may have had its roots in the Indus Valley Civilization, reflecting native spirituality prior to the Indo-Aryan migration into India.[6][7][8] Other scholars suggested the shramana traditions were separate and contemporaneous with Indo-Aryan religious practices of the historical Vedic religion.[9] In the modern world, Jainism is a small but influential religious minority with as many as 4.2 million followers

  • Avtar Essay

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    [12] Kurma Purana describes the preceding battle between the Purusha and demonic forces in which he escapes a powerful weapon called Pashupata and it describes how Prahlada's brothers headed by Anuhrada and thousands of other demons "were led to the valley of death (yamalayam) by the lion produced from the body of man-lion" avatara.[1] The same episode occurs in the Matshya Purana 179, several chapters after its version of the Narasimha advent.[1] The Bhagavata Purana further narrates: even after killing

  • Political Science Essay

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    the History of Mankind, London, Mentor Books, 1965. 29. Morison, T., Rise and expansion of British Power in India, New Delhi, Deep and Deep Publications, 1988. 30. Nigam, R L, Radical Humanism of MN Roy: An exposition of his 22 theses, New Delhi, Indus Books, 1988. 31. 0'hanlon, Rosalind, Caste, Conflict and Ideology: Mahatma Jotirao Phule and Low Caste Protest in I9th century Western India, Cambridge, Camridge University Press, 1985. 32. Pantham, Thomas and Kenneth L. Deutsch (Eds.), Political Thought

  • Industrial Marketing Essay

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    Maundy Thursday—actions that are meaningless in themselves—are now signi cant and sacred because people believe that they were once performed by God. A similar spirituality had characterized the ancient world of Mesopotamia. The TigrisEuphrates valley, in what is now Iraq, had been inhabited as early as 4000 BCE by the people known as the Sumerians, who had established one of the rst great cultures of the Oikumene (the civilized world). In their cities of Ur, Erech and Kish, the Sumerians devised

  • A Hero Essay

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    Stone Image 23. My University Degree 24. I Become a Monk of the Swami Order 25. Brother Ananta and Sister Nalini 26. The Science of Kriya Yoga 27. Founding of a Yoga School at Ranchi 28. Kashi, Reborn and Rediscovered 29. Rabindranath Tagore and I Compare Schools 30. The Law of Miracles 31. An Interview with the Sacred Mother (Kashi Moni Lahiri) 32. Rama is Raised from the Dead 33. Babaji, the Yogi-Christ of Modern India 34. Materializing a Palace in the Himalayas 35. The Christlike Life of Lahiri