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Pre Islamic Hindu and Buddhist Heritage of Afgh...
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Up until the advent of Islam, some eastern portions of Afghanistan was ruled by the Hindu Shahi kings. When Hsüan-tsang visited the region early in the 7th century CE, the Kabul valley region was ruled by a Hindu Kshatriya king, who is identified as the Shahi Khingal, and whose name has been found in an inscription found in Gardez. The Hindu Shahi kings of Kabul and Gandhara may have had links to some ruling families in neighboring Kashmir and other areas to the east. The Shahis, though Hindu, were rulers a multi religious Buddhist, Zoroastrian, and pagan population and were thus patrons of numerous faiths, and various artifacts and coins from their rule have been found that display their multicultural domain.

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Hindu and Buddhist heritage of Pakistan
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While Pakistan as an Islamic country was created in 1947 it has a rich Hindu and Buddhist past, the region has a long history of settlement and civilisation including the Indus Valley Civilisation. A brief Historical background of the region is an important backdrop to appreciate the non-Muslim religious, cultural and architectural heritage of the region. The Indus Valley civilisation collapsed in the middle of the second millennium BCE and was followed by the Vedic Civilisation, which extended over much of northern India and Eastern Pakistan. The Indus Valley Civilization was a civilization thriving along the Indus River in what is now Pakistan and north-western India. Among other names for this civilization is the Harappan Civilization, in reference to its first excavated city of Harappa.

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Hindu and Buddhist heritage of Pakistan
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While Pakistan as an Islamic country was created in 1947 it has a rich Hindu and Buddhist past, the region has a long history of settlement and civilisation including the Indus Valley Civilisation. A brief Historical background of the region is an important backdrop to appreciate the non-Muslim religious, cultural and architectural heritage of the region. The Indus Valley civilisation collapsed in the middle of the second millennium BCE and was followed by the Vedic Civilisation, which extended over much of northern India and Eastern Pakistan. The Indus Valley Civilization was a civilization thriving along the Indus River in what is now Pakistan and north-western India. Among other names for this civilization is the Harappan Civilization, in reference to its first excavated city of Harappa.

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Kathmandu day tour (Hindu Temples, Durbar Squar...
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Kathmandu day tour (Hindu Temples, Durbar Square & Buddhist Stupa)

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Brown, Percy: Indian Architecture (Buddhist and...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 15.11.2010, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Indian Architecture (Buddhist and Hindu Period), Autor: Brown, Percy, Verlag: Read Books, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: ARCHITECTURE // Buildings // Religious, Rubrik: Architektur, Seiten: 442, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 720 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The Concept of the Spiritual Heart in Hindu and...
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In the Hindu and Buddhist Tantric Philosophical traditions, there is a common belief in the concept of enlightenment, karma, and reincarnation, and a central emphasis on the importance of the teacher- student relationship. The schools of thought of Kashmir Shaivism and Vajrayana propose that each individual human being has an invisible subtle body that eactly replicates the form of the physical body. This unseen interior subtle space is made up of energy centers and pathways through which the subtle spiritual energy moves. Passed down from teacher to student and embedded within the words of the texts themselves are all the secret instructions that a practitioner needs to activate and enliven this conscious energy. Many of these inner directed exercises and modes of meditation such as visualizations, mantra sounding, and breathing techniques focus the practitioner's attention directly on the spiritual heart. The symbol of the spiritual heart is placed within the context of yogic physiology and the cakra system in Hindu and Buddhist Tantra.

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The Concept of the Spiritual Heart in Hindu and...
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In the Hindu and Buddhist Tantric Philosophical traditions, there is a common belief in the concept of enlightenment, karma, and reincarnation, and a central emphasis on the importance of the teacher- student relationship. The schools of thought of Kashmir Shaivism and Vajrayana propose that each individual human being has an invisible subtle body that eactly replicates the form of the physical body. This unseen interior subtle space is made up of energy centers and pathways through which the subtle spiritual energy moves. Passed down from teacher to student and embedded within the words of the texts themselves are all the secret instructions that a practitioner needs to activate and enliven this conscious energy. Many of these inner directed exercises and modes of meditation such as visualizations, mantra sounding, and breathing techniques focus the practitioner's attention directly on the spiritual heart. The symbol of the spiritual heart is placed within the context of yogic physiology and the cakra system in Hindu and Buddhist Tantra.

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Private Tour of Patan with Durbar, Hindu Temple...
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Private Tour of Patan with Durbar, Hindu Temple, Buddhist Vihar-Stupa and Museum

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Getting married
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Getting Married is the third and final volume on Hindu and Buddhist life-cycle rituals among the Newars of the ancient city of Bhaktapur in Nepal. It combines extensive fieldwork and the edition and translation of relevant ritual handbooks. While Handling Death, the first volume, focussed on the dynamics of death and ancestor rituals, and Growing Up, the second volume, focussed on the rituals of childhood, adolescence and youth (especially the male and female initiation rituals), the present volume deals with a number of rituals related to marriage. After an introductory overview of studies on marriage rituals in Nepal the authors give some basic marriage rules of Hindu and Buddhist Newars, the social topography and hierarchy, the families of the marriage partners as well as the problems of endogamy and exogamy in Bhaktapur. They present a detailed description of Hindu and Buddhist marriage rituals among Newars (which are partly documented on the DVD included in this book) and come to relevant conclusions regarding life-cycle rituals in general and the place marriage rituals occupy in Newar society and Hinduism. Furthermore the texts used by Brahmin and Buddhist priests during these rituals are edited and translated and complemented by comprehensive Appendices including a list of elements of Newar rituals and mantras as well as a mantra and general index to all three volumes. The richly illustrated books have been highly appreciated by the scholarly community as a unique attempt to provide a comprehensive ethno-indological study of all major life-cycle rituals of a certain Hindu and Buddhist community.

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