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Sri Ram Janam Bhoomi Prana Pratisha Article Competition winners

Rāmāyaṇa where ideology and arts meet narrative and historical context by Prof. Nalini Rao

Rāmāyaṇa tradition in northeast Bhārat by Virag Pachpore


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By Jit Majumdar

  1. to give through destroying; to consecrate through giving
  2. initiation; dedication; consecration
  3. the initiating of the disciple, follower, or student by a guru, in a particular religious tradition, through some prescribed set of rituals, to signify that the initiated person has been accepted by the guru as his/her protégé and that his/her spiritual training and development is henceforth the responsibility of the guru, who will give the required guidance to the initiated one; that can be done either by sight, touch, or word and is meant to be a symbolic process that bestows upon the deserving initiated transcendental spiritual knowledge through the destruction of the seeds of sin and ignorance (Vy. Tantra).