7 edition of Sacred India found in the catalog.
Ann C. Boger
by Published by the Cleveland Museum of Art in cooperation with Indiana University Press in [Cleveland, Ohio]
Bibliography: p. 59-60.
|Statement||Ann C. Boger and JoEllen K. DeOreo ; [museum photography by Nicholas Hlobeczy, map by Joseph L. Finizia].|
|Contributions||DeOreo, Joellen K. 1940-, Cleveland Museum of Art.|
|LC Classifications||BL2001.2 .B64 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||85019559|
Sacred India. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Previous edition: Description. India: A Sacred Geography is the summation of a lifetime of study, observation and travel. This book remains a landmark of scholarship and learned empathy, and reminds us of a .
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Krishna is easily recognized by his representations. Though his skin color may be depicted as black or dark in some representations, particularly in murtis, in other images such as modern pictorial representations. Thus, it seems that the Indus valley people knew stories related to Krishna. This lone find may not establish Krishna as contemporary with Pre-Indus or Indus times, but, likewise. Diane Eck, 'India: A Sacred Geography. Two themes stand out in this outstanding scholarly study of 'India: A Sacred Geography', A) the pilgrim and B) What is India. This book approaches the landscape from the pilgrims' point of view: as mythology rooted in geography. Ms Eck travels to the sites of Shiva's many manifestations, picks up the /5(60).
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"The Sacred India Book" seizes and distils this ephemeral quality often described as 'the Spirit of India'. Amit Pasricha seeks out meditative moments and momentous ones, exalted moments and exultant ones - the eternal quality of a weathered cross overlooking a windswept beach, the ecstatically outstretched hands of Holi celebrants at Vrindavan /5(4).
The subtitle of this book is in search of the sacred in modern India and this is excatly what the author does with his nine stories. India manages to keep alive, despite its progress, religious rituals and very often sacred and profane are mixed and accepted by people/5().
India: A Sacred Geography is the culmination of more than a decade's work from the renowned Harvard scholar Diana L. Eck. The book explores the sacred places of India, taking the reader on an extraordinary trip through the beliefs and history of this rich and profound place, as well as providing a basic introduction to Hindu religious ideas and Cited by: Take a tour, and be transported to three of India’s ancient sacred sites.
To visit The Sacred India Gallery, book your place on one of our free weekend or public holiday tours. We look forward to seeing you soon. The Sacred India Tarot is also a lovely way to familiarize yourself with the fascinating pantheon of Indian deities, and if you are a more serious scholar of Indian mythology and literature or a yoga practitioner, you will find the companion book to be an indispensable source of knowledge.
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Sacred Plants of India lays out the sociocultural roots of the plants found in the Indian subcontinent, while asserting their ecological importance. Informative, thought-provoking, and meticulously researched, this book draws on mythology, botany, and the ancient religious traditions of India to assemble a fascinating account of India’s flora.
The Sacred Books of the Hindus is the result of one of the most impressive publishing endeavours of the twentieth century.
The work was devised along new lines, a simple system envisaged by the Panini Office and B. Basu, and its contributors included some of the leading scholars of the day.
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In the range of its learning and in its sweep, passion, and insight, Diana Eck's new book, "India: A Sacred Georgraphy" () is a grand meditation on India and religious life. A professor of comparative literature and Indian studies at Harvard University, Eck has written widely on Indian religion and on American religious pluralism/5.
From the majestic Himalayan Mountains in the north to the pristine Kerala backwards in the south, there is a spiritual ambience that pervades throughout all of India.
From the vast Thar Desert in the west to the eastern shores of the Bay of Bengal, an incomparable mystical radiance illuminates some of the world’s most sacred enchanting lands of India, unlike any place on earth.
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Sacred Games is a book by Vikram Chandra published in Upon release, it received critical acclaim and subsequently won the Vodafone Crossword Book Award.
Sacred Games combines the ambition of a 20th-century social novel with a cops-and-gangster detective thriller. Sacred Games delves into many emotionally charged worlds of contemporary India, in particular the spidery links between Author: Vikram Chandra.
A survey by the East India Company found 7 per cent of northern Indians devoted to Rama or Krishna, Dalrymple noted. “Today the figure has risen to 60 per cent. “The whole point of my book is that nothing is the same. It’s a huge mistake to see India as static.
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Sacred India. [William Dalrymple;] -- Contains an account of the religious practice in India--Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, and Buddhism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, Judaism, gurus and ashrams, and tribal religions. Also includes.