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Mancera Collections Gold Label Collection Hindu...
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Das Hindu Kush Eau de Parfum Spray aus der Gold Label Collection von Mancera vereint die verführerischen Düfte von weißem Moschus, exotischem Patschuli und aromatischen Gewürzen.Faszinierender Unisex-Duft mit orientalischen Nuancen Das Hindu Kush Eau de Parfum Spray aus der Gold Label Collection von Mancera ist ein orientalischer Duft für Frauen und Männer, der seit 2018 erhältlich ist. Er vereint aromatische Gewürznoten mit exotischem Patschuli, Weihrauch und warmen Holztönen zu einem sinnlichen Arrangement. Das Parfum eignet sich durch seine betörende Schwere besonders gut für den Abend oder für die kühlere Jahreszeit.Der Fond des Hindu Kush Eau de Parfum Sprays aus der Gold Label Collection von Mancera basiert auf elegantem weißen Moschus, Ambra und wohltuendem Guajakholz, die mit einer Prise Vanille verfeinert werden und hierdurch eine verlockende Süße erhalten. In der Herznote vereinen sich warme Holztöne mit Patschuliblättern, die dem Arrangement seinen orientalischen Charakter verleihen. In der Kopfnote trifft schwerer Weihrauch auf die belebenden Düfte von frischen grünen Hanfblättern und Ladanharz. Eine fein abgestimmte Gewürzmischung rundet das Bouquet im letzten Schritt ab und setzt einen leidenschaftlichen Akzent.

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Economic history of India
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Economic history of India,Gold standard,Economic liberalization in India,Ram Sharan Sharma,Rajnarayan Chandavarkar,Hindu rate of growth,1991 India economic crisis,Economy of India,Licence Raj,Red tape,Industrial Revolution,Macroeconomics,Five-year plans of India,Hindu joint family,Great Depression,Urban planning,Mughal Empire,History of agriculture in India

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Brains and Gold / Experten und Gold
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India is one of the fastest changing countries in the world. The rules of global competition clash with the subcontinent's cultural traditions in all their variety. This study examines the mutual influence and transformation between these complexes by reference to two prominent examples.The first part considers transnational migration by professionals following the call of the global labour market for specialists (brain circulation) and breaking with their culture's traditions. The second part looks at the transformation of the attitude towards gold, which is seen both as a religious symbol that also makes for material security, and as a rare resource on the global market.By considering and representing these transitional junctures from a philosophical angle, the author emphasises the importance to the transformation of present-day India of the country's path-dependent history and culture. The book is published in English.Indien ist gegenwärtig eines der sich am schnellsten verändernden Länder weltweit. Die globalen Regeln des Wettbewerbs treffen dabei auf die kulturelle Tradition in ihrer gesamten Vielfalt des Subkontinents. Das Buch arbeitet die wechselseitige Beeinflussung und Transformation anhand zweier Beispiele heraus.Im ersten Teil geht es um die transnationale Migration von Fachkräften, die Angeboten eines globalen Arbeitsmarktes für Spezialisten folgen (brain circulation) und so mit der Tradition ihrer Kultur brechen. Der zweite Teil untersucht den Wandel im Umgang mit Gold als religiösem Symbol zur materiellen Absicherung und als knapper Ressource auf dem Weltmarkt.Durch die philosophische Betrachtung und Konstruktion dieser transitionalen Verschränkungen zeigt das Buch den Wandel des gegenwärtigen Indiens im Lichte seiner pfadabhängigen Geschichte und Kultur. Die Buchsprache ist englisch.Der Autor erhielt für diese Arbeit im Jahr 2005 den Straniak Philosophiepreis. Der Preis wird alle 3 Jahre vergeben und hat sich dem Dialog zwischen Ost und West verschrieben.Introduction: Claiming common ground · Rules in institutional economics and in religious life · The Hindu World in transition: significant paradoxes · A View of the Hindu World in Institutional Economic Terms · Institutions as 'explanans': how institutions develop in a path-dependent way · Circumstances of institutional development and validity · Path-dependency in the Hindu world: transcendence matters! · Douglass C. North on path-development and control mechanisms · Institutions as 'explanandum': how institutions affect human behaviour · Rationality, bounded rationality, and irrationality in the Hindu world · Stenmark's 'Holistic Rationality' · Shared mental models and ideology: recurring ritual dynamics and the stabilization of behaviour · Institutional change and 'ceremonial encapsulation' · Stability, persistence, and 'efficiency' · Theoretical Conclusions from the Institutional Economic Analysis · 'Solving human problems': An appreciation of allegedly inefficient institutions · Institutional trust + transcendence matters = institutional faith · The theoretical frame · Trust and Williamson's 'institutional trust' · Fukuyama's view of social capital as 'mysterious cultural process' · Institutional faith: A concept proposed · Fundamentalism and/or institutional faith? A differentiation · The Hindu World on the Threshold of Transformation: Two Instances of Transitional Juncture · Instances of transitional juncture 1: Profession and migration · Profession: caste vs. global labour market · The caste order: 'Caste unites while it divides' · Profession in the caste system as an 'ontological given'? · The competition for skilled workers on the global labour market · Transitional juncture: 'liminality of caste' and 'brain circulation' · Instances of transitional juncture 2: Attitudes towards Gold · Gold as Hindu religious symbol and scarce resource · Gold as a religious symbol of purity · Gold as 'the ultimate form of payment' · Transitional juncture: Prosperity and Persistence · Recapitulation and Prospects · References

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Brains and Gold / Experten und Gold
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India is one of the fastest changing countries in the world. The rules of global competition clash with the subcontinent's cultural traditions in all their variety. This study examines the mutual influence and transformation between these complexes by reference to two prominent examples.The first part considers transnational migration by professionals following the call of the global labour market for specialists (brain circulation) and breaking with their culture's traditions. The second part looks at the transformation of the attitude towards gold, which is seen both as a religious symbol that also makes for material security, and as a rare resource on the global market.By considering and representing these transitional junctures from a philosophical angle, the author emphasises the importance to the transformation of present-day India of the country's path-dependent history and culture. The book is published in English.Indien ist gegenwärtig eines der sich am schnellsten verändernden Länder weltweit. Die globalen Regeln des Wettbewerbs treffen dabei auf die kulturelle Tradition in ihrer gesamten Vielfalt des Subkontinents. Das Buch arbeitet die wechselseitige Beeinflussung und Transformation anhand zweier Beispiele heraus.Im ersten Teil geht es um die transnationale Migration von Fachkräften, die Angeboten eines globalen Arbeitsmarktes für Spezialisten folgen (brain circulation) und so mit der Tradition ihrer Kultur brechen. Der zweite Teil untersucht den Wandel im Umgang mit Gold als religiösem Symbol zur materiellen Absicherung und als knapper Ressource auf dem Weltmarkt.Durch die philosophische Betrachtung und Konstruktion dieser transitionalen Verschränkungen zeigt das Buch den Wandel des gegenwärtigen Indiens im Lichte seiner pfadabhängigen Geschichte und Kultur. Die Buchsprache ist englisch.Der Autor erhielt für diese Arbeit im Jahr 2005 den Straniak Philosophiepreis. Der Preis wird alle 3 Jahre vergeben und hat sich dem Dialog zwischen Ost und West verschrieben.Introduction: Claiming common ground · Rules in institutional economics and in religious life · The Hindu World in transition: significant paradoxes · A View of the Hindu World in Institutional Economic Terms · Institutions as 'explanans': how institutions develop in a path-dependent way · Circumstances of institutional development and validity · Path-dependency in the Hindu world: transcendence matters! · Douglass C. North on path-development and control mechanisms · Institutions as 'explanandum': how institutions affect human behaviour · Rationality, bounded rationality, and irrationality in the Hindu world · Stenmark's 'Holistic Rationality' · Shared mental models and ideology: recurring ritual dynamics and the stabilization of behaviour · Institutional change and 'ceremonial encapsulation' · Stability, persistence, and 'efficiency' · Theoretical Conclusions from the Institutional Economic Analysis · 'Solving human problems': An appreciation of allegedly inefficient institutions · Institutional trust + transcendence matters = institutional faith · The theoretical frame · Trust and Williamson's 'institutional trust' · Fukuyama's view of social capital as 'mysterious cultural process' · Institutional faith: A concept proposed · Fundamentalism and/or institutional faith? A differentiation · The Hindu World on the Threshold of Transformation: Two Instances of Transitional Juncture · Instances of transitional juncture 1: Profession and migration · Profession: caste vs. global labour market · The caste order: 'Caste unites while it divides' · Profession in the caste system as an 'ontological given'? · The competition for skilled workers on the global labour market · Transitional juncture: 'liminality of caste' and 'brain circulation' · Instances of transitional juncture 2: Attitudes towards Gold · Gold as Hindu religious symbol and scarce resource · Gold as a religious symbol of purity · Gold as 'the ultimate form of payment' · Transitional juncture: Prosperity and Persistence · Recapitulation and Prospects · References

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Ujire
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ujire is a village near Dharmasthala.It is situated in Belthangady taluk of Dakshina Kannada district.This is a junction, where road deviates to Dharmasthala and Mudigere of Chikkamagaluru. Dharmasthala is a temple village on the banks of the Nethravathi River in the Belthangadi taluk of the Dakshina Kannada district in Karnataka. The temple is devoted to Shiva and houses a linga of gold. The temple is unusual in that it is run by a Jain administration and poojas are conducted by Hindu priests of Madhva order. Lakshadeepa- the festival of lights is the annual festival of Dharmasthala comes off in November-December. On an average the flow of pilgrims is about 10,000 people a day. A mechanised kitchen provides free food for all pilgrims and there are guest houses with modern amenities.

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Ujire
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ujire is a village near Dharmasthala.It is situated in Belthangady taluk of Dakshina Kannada district.This is a junction, where road deviates to Dharmasthala and Mudigere of Chikkamagaluru. Dharmasthala is a temple village on the banks of the Nethravathi River in the Belthangadi taluk of the Dakshina Kannada district in Karnataka. The temple is devoted to Shiva and houses a linga of gold. The temple is unusual in that it is run by a Jain administration and poojas are conducted by Hindu priests of Madhva order. Lakshadeepa- the festival of lights is the annual festival of Dharmasthala comes off in November-December. On an average the flow of pilgrims is about 10,000 people a day. A mechanised kitchen provides free food for all pilgrims and there are guest houses with modern amenities.

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Yelluru Shri Vishweshwara Temple
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Mahathobhara Yelluru Shree Vishweshwara Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishweshwara (Shiva) in the Yellur village of Udupi district in the state of Karnataka, India.The Temple is known from time immemorial the divine place of Swayambhu Saannidhya. Devotees here pay their respect to Lord Vishweshwara by offering tender coconut Abhishekham, lit oil lamps and gold coins (pawan). It is believed that the Lord will grant all their prayers. The story goes that the Lord Ullaya got pleased with the penance observed by a devotee who belonged to the Kunda Hegde family and as result he descended from Kashi to Yelluru. The temple that belongs to the Maagane that comprises Nandikooru (Adve, Ulluru, Kolachuru), Kalathuru, Kutyaru, Padooru, Belapu and Kunjoor, has a rich and divine history of over one thousand years. The architecture of the temple is unique and considered a classic one in the view of the Tantragama experts.

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Eco-Spirituality and Paganism - Adaptation to C...
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The existence of protoconsciousness field creating consciousness as an intrinsic feature of matter can lead to creation of matter by consciousness. Consciousness can create matter. The protoconsciousness field which forms the substrate of the universe, matter and life is eternal. The protoconsciousness field which gives the intrinsic nature to the matter is the basis of panpsychism. This forms the basis of Eastern Philosophies like Vedic, Buddhist, Jainism, Taoism, Shintoism, Shamanism, Orthodox Paganism and European Paganism. These philosophies and religions based on it consider environment as sacred and conscious. This leads to the consciousness and sacredness of groves, forest, mountain and rivers. Examples of panpsychism and environmental consciousness can be the sacredness of rivers like Ganges and Narmada and mountains like Kailas. The pagan religions are considered as idol worshippers like that of Stonehenge and Hindu temples. The idols made of material objects like gold, silver, bronze and rock are conscious and interact with the protoconsciousness field. Paganism is an adaptation response to climate change.

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Yelluru Shri Vishweshwara Temple
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Mahathobhara Yelluru Shree Vishweshwara Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishweshwara (Shiva) in the Yellur village of Udupi district in the state of Karnataka, India.The Temple is known from time immemorial the divine place of Swayambhu Saannidhya. Devotees here pay their respect to Lord Vishweshwara by offering tender coconut Abhishekham, lit oil lamps and gold coins (pawan). It is believed that the Lord will grant all their prayers. The story goes that the Lord Ullaya got pleased with the penance observed by a devotee who belonged to the Kunda Hegde family and as result he descended from Kashi to Yelluru. The temple that belongs to the Maagane that comprises Nandikooru (Adve, Ulluru, Kolachuru), Kalathuru, Kutyaru, Padooru, Belapu and Kunjoor, has a rich and divine history of over one thousand years. The architecture of the temple is unique and considered a classic one in the view of the Tantragama experts.

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Eco-Spirituality and Paganism - Adaptation to C...
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The existence of protoconsciousness field creating consciousness as an intrinsic feature of matter can lead to creation of matter by consciousness. Consciousness can create matter. The protoconsciousness field which forms the substrate of the universe, matter and life is eternal. The protoconsciousness field which gives the intrinsic nature to the matter is the basis of panpsychism. This forms the basis of Eastern Philosophies like Vedic, Buddhist, Jainism, Taoism, Shintoism, Shamanism, Orthodox Paganism and European Paganism. These philosophies and religions based on it consider environment as sacred and conscious. This leads to the consciousness and sacredness of groves, forest, mountain and rivers. Examples of panpsychism and environmental consciousness can be the sacredness of rivers like Ganges and Narmada and mountains like Kailas. The pagan religions are considered as idol worshippers like that of Stonehenge and Hindu temples. The idols made of material objects like gold, silver, bronze and rock are conscious and interact with the protoconsciousness field. Paganism is an adaptation response to climate change.

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