To summarise, Figure 5 depicts the logic of Brahmanic
The Sanskrit term caitya designating a Buddhist shrine, a stupa, but also a Brahmanic
'piled-up (funerary) mound or altar' (AsvGS 3.
Such a pair is productive, as in the often repeated brahmanic
phrase, mithunam evaitat prajanam kriyate "Consequently, a progenitive pairing is formed" or its variants.
In order to explicate the content of the two suktas presented in this paper, I will give a short summary on beer and the preparation of sura as given in Brahmanic
45] She then finds a place in the hero cults of the Brahmanic
culture, before becoming a sister or peaceful spouse.
Images of Brahmanic
(or Hindu) deities begin to be made in India perhaps in the second century B.
Each lecture is designed around a theme: brahmanic
and arts schools; Jaina monasteries; Jain education of nuns, laywomen, and princes; vocational education; and Jain contributions to the arts and sciences.
The 'Dramatic' Element in Brahmanic
Initiation: Symbols of Death, Danger, and Difficult Passage.
Another well-known example of a Buddhist reinterpretation of a brahmanic
notion is the Buddhist representation of one of the vedic myths of creation as a mistaken perception on the part of both Brahma, the supposed creator, and those purportedly created by him (Brahmajala Sutta, Dighanikaya I.
He argued further that "[t]he image of God which emerges from the Deuteronomic and Exodus paradigms is highly estranged from the Dalit images of God, and is more in continuity with the images of the Hindu Brahmanic
'weapon wielder' Gods" (ibid.
Transcendent reality, for Dickinson, could not be conceived as having only a "naturalistic" or impersonal character--as it does in, say, Brahmanic
Hinduism, or philosophical Taoism--because, as her poems make clear, it is incomprehensible to her that her own personhood, or self, could have as both its originating source and deepest ontological identity a creative principle lacking personhood.
This third proposed model of Taylor for contemporary democratic societies, I think can not resolve the tensions/complexities created by colonialism but will carry its colonial, western, brahmanic
(this aspect is discussed in later part of this paper), and Christian orientation as an intact.