The Hindu law of inheritance, partition, stridhan and wills,:With leading cases from 1825 to 1888 Mitra Avinasa-Chandra
Stephen Mitchell is widely known for his ability to make ancient masterpieces thrillingly new, to step in where many have tried before and create versions that are definitive for our time. His celebrated version of the Tao Te Ching is the most popular edition in print, and his translations of Jesus, Rilke, Genesis, and Job have won the hearts of readers and critics alike. Stephen Mitchell now brings to the Bhagavad Gita his gift for breathing new life into sacred texts. The Bhagavad Gita is universally acknowledged as one of the world´s literary and spiritual masterpieces. It is the core text of the Hindu tradition and has been treasured by American writers from Emerson and Thoreau to T. S. Eliot, who called it the greatest philosophical poem after the Divine Comedy. There have been more than two hundred English translations of the Gita, including many competent literal versions, but not one of them is a superlative literary text in its own right. Now all that has changed. Stephen Mitchell´s Bhagavad Gita sings with the clarity, the vigor, and the intensity of the original Sanskrit. It will, as William Arrowsmith said of Mitchell´s translation of The Sonnets to Orpheus, ´´instantly make every other rendering obsolete.´´
The state of Indiana has put a woman in prison for 20 years on charges that she killed her fetus, and reproductive-rights activists are outraged. Susie reviews the grisly details of how this happened. The woman is Asian American, single, and from a religious Hindu family that looks down on premarital sex - a perfect storm that led her to hide her pregnancy. But when the complications of a miscarriage caused her to seek medical help, she was quickly put in jail. Next, Susie explains some differences between French and American esthetics. She quotes artist and sculptor Louise Bourgeois in a surprising story about quilts and genitals. Then, it´s our ´´Try This at Home Mailbag´´. A listener needs advice on how she can have great sex at a massive music festival taking place in the desert. ´´Will I succumb to drugs and drink or sunburn and skin rashes?´´ Susie has some pointers! Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Episode 655, April 17, 2015] Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/150417/pf_suzy_150417_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Asian Songs and RhythmsKL - pianoeditor: Rosenthal, Laurenceeditor: Ketcham, Charleseditor: Daniel-Spitz, Lindacomposer: Gurdjieff, Georges Ivanovichcomposer: Hartmann, Thomas decollaboration: Daly, Tom C.Difficulté: Intermediatepages: 140G. I. Gurdjieff, geboren im Kaukasus an der Grenze zwischen Armenien und der Türkei, entwickelte eine philosophische Lehre, die zwischen dem esoterischen Wissen des Ostens und dem wissenschaftlichen Denken des Westens vermitteln will. Er reiste viele Jahre durch Zentralasien und den Nahen Osten und sammelte Melodien und rituelle Tänze, die sein Freund und Schüler Thomas de Hartmann aufzeichnete und zu Klavierstücken verarbeitete. 1922 ließ Gurdjieff sich in Frankreich nieder, wo er ein „Institut für die harmonische Entwicklung des Menschen” gründete. Seine Erziehungsarbeit richtete sich an alle Bereiche der menschlichen Existenz und schloss körperliche Arbeit, Lesungen und rituelle Tänze mit ein.Contenu - First Series - Greek Melody - Greek Round Dance - Greek Song - Kurd Melody for two Flutes - Oriental Song - Persian Song - Atarnakh, Kurd Song - Tibetan Melody - Duduki - Armenian Melody - Song of the Molokans - Kurd Shepherd MelodySecond Series - Song of the Aisors - Kurd Shepherd´s Dance - Song of the Fisherwomen - Mamasha - Persian Dance - Song of Ancient Rome - Armenian Song - Ancient Greek Melody - Long ago in Mikhailov - Oriental Melody - Assyrian Women MournersThird Series - Kurd Melody from Isfahan - Hindu Melody - Armenian Song - Greek Melody - Afghan Melody - Kurd Melody - Ancient Greek Melody - Ancient Greek Dance - Greek Song - Arabian Dance - Greek Melody - Tibetan Masques, No. 1 - Tibetan Masques, No. 2
Bianca is a beautiful, glamorous escort who has made a fortune offering her body to rich men. She has engaged in every type of sexual pleasure; she´s been a vampy dominatrix, knows how to give amazing fellatio, and enjoys deep anal penetration--all accompanied by drugs and alcohol. Her life has been one long, hedonistic joyride. But she has two terrible and ironic problems. Hope comes in the form of Jean-Claude, an expert in Tantric massage. Bianca is his latest in a long line of clients and certainly his most challenging one. Jean-Claude comes into Bianca´s life and initiates her into the secret of a very old type of sensuality: Tantra, from Hindu philosophy. As Jean-Claude gets closer to Bianca and instructs her in the ways of Tantra, he discovers dark secrets from her past and cruel enemies hell bent on destroying Bianca´s new found happiness. My Blossoming Orchid is the first Tantric sex novel of its type, taking you on an erotic journey from the glamour and luxury of Manhattan and Newport right down to the sleazy and dangerous part of Harlem via the gambling craziness of Las Vegas and finally ending up in front of the doors of the majesty of the Taj Mahal in India. Bianca´s story will make you laugh and cry and show you in the most extreme detail the different steps to achieving a G-spot orgasm and the wild rush of female ejaculation. Every woman (and man),will learn from the extraordinary story of one woman´s quest to escape sexual frigidity and blossom into a sexual goddess, finding at the end the most surprising and intimate pleasure of every woman´s dream. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marie Hélène. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/030128/bk_acx0_030128_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.