4 edition of Harijans of Himalaya found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DS422.C3 U63 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 328 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||90908378|
Himalayas - Himalayas - People: Of the four principal language families in the Indian subcontinent—Indo-European, Tibeto-Burman, Austroasiatic, and Dravidian—the first two are well represented in the Himalayas. In ancient times, peoples speaking languages from both families mixed in varying proportions in different areas. Their distribution is the result of a long history of penetrations. Hariakhan Babaji Maharaj is a yogi living in the Himalayas who is reputed to be thousands of years old. He appeared to thousands during the 19th and 20th centuries and his stories have been documented by many. He is thought to be one of the guardians of the well being of civilization. Here are a small collection of his stories and a few early photographs of the great saint.
Much of the book focuses on the tension between the high moral value placed on family unity on the one hand, and the inevitable conflicts within it on the other. This highly readable book describes the author's own experiences in the field as well as ritual healing practices such as divination, sacrifice, and exorcism. It is the same as that expounded by Ramanuja; and Ramanuja followed Bodhayana in his interpretations of the Brahma Sutras. Ramanuja's sect of Vaishnavas is called by the name Sri Sampradaya. Ramanuja wrote also three other books--Vedanta Sara (essence of Vedanta), Vedanta Sangraha (a resume of Vedanta) and Vedanta Deepa (the light of Vedanta).
This magmatic range is known as the Trans-Himalaya - a term coined by Alexander Cunningham in his book Ladak (). The Trans-Himalaya was extensively explored by the 'Pundits' of the Indian Survey during the ss and by the Swedish geographer Sven Hedin, author of the three-volume book, Trans-Himalaya (). "This is an extraordinarily fine ethnography, the result of the author's many years of familiarity with the Harijans of Garhwal. It is a classic example of the work of a dying breed of anthropologists. This is a compelling book, dealing with a deeply moving human situation and bringing it to the reader in simple, powerful language."Reviews: 2.
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"This is an extraordinarily fine ethnography, the result of the author's many years of Harijans of Himalaya book with the Harijans of Garhwal. It is a classic example of the work of a dying breed of anthropologists. This is a compelling book, dealing with a deeply moving human situation and bringing it to the reader in simple, powerful language."Cited by: 2.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harijans. Varanasi: Gandhian Institute of Studies, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
This book highlights the center of all the mystical teachings in India- The Himalayas. In this autobiographical account, swami Rama tells us about his journey through the Himalayan passes and meeting with various sages and yogis of different sects and branches.
This book really make us wonder-"How far are we in the journey of self discovery?"/5. The Himalaya Club and Other Entertainments From the Raj by John Lang.
John Lang’s The Himalaya Club and Other Entertainments From the Raj has been described as a ‘Chhota peg of sinful delight’. It is a window to life in 19 th century British India. Scandals, elopements, farcical court-martials, drunken travels, and even an inebriated.
Books shelved as himalayas: The Snow Leopard by Peter Matthiessen, Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Disaster by Jon Krakauer, Seven.
This reader-friendly book with minimum usage of technical language gives an account of Himalayan geography--the principal mountain ranges and peaks of Asia and the rivers of Himalaya and Tibet. A part of the book also describes the geology of the Himalayas supported with well-illustrated figures and maps.
The must-read novel for any visitor to the Himalayas that yarns about the fabled kingdom of Shangri-La. Hugh Conway, our protagonist and a first world war veteran, hears of.
This book almost metaphysical in it journey, traces the route to the Crystal mountain, Shey and Phoksumdo lake and the land of Dolpo situated in the rain shadow of the Himalaya. Matthiesen is student of Zen Buddhism and book other than being an exploratory journey develops into a quest for the meaning of Being.
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Himalaya A Geographical Study. This book will help you discover and develop the qualities which are essential for success in life. These qualities are handpicked from the life of the most successful people in the world with examples which will help you get an insight into their lives.
I have read accounts of lives of such people in books. * Mahavatar Babaji (– years): Legendary Babaji from Paramahansa Yogananda’s “Autobiography of a Yogi”, who has been linked with numerous Yogic sects of India, he is said to be the Kriya. Himalayas - Himalayas - Study and exploration: The earliest journeys through the Himalayas were undertaken by traders, shepherds, and pilgrims.
The pilgrims believed that the harder the journey was, the nearer it brought them to salvation or enlightenment; the traders and shepherds, though, accepted crossing passes as high as 18, to 19, feet (5, to 5, metres) as a way of life.
The Rise And Fall Of The Term ‘Harijan’, The Telegraph In his book The Untouchable as Himself, the anthropologist R. Khare speaks of the derision with which Dalits viewed the term ‘Harijan’, popularized by Mahatma Gandhi. Harijans of Himalaya. Nainital: Gyanodaya Prakashan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H C Upadhyay.
Abstract. The Salt Range sequence dips below the Potwar basin, which is the regime of the Siwaliks with rich vertebrate fossil content. The Lesser Himalayan Sequence (LHS), delimited to the south by the Main Boundary Thrust (MBT) with the Siwaliks on the underthrust side, is about 20–35 km wide and records low-grade metamorphism, and metamorphic intensity increases to the north and northeast.
Life in the Himalayas goes back s of years, and the history of the Himalayan People is full of exciting stories of their culture, beliefs and struggles.
Harijan definition, untouchable (def. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. About two thousand years ago there flourished in Mylapore, Madras, a born Siddha and a born poet by name Valluvar or, as he is more commonly known, ‘Thiruvalluvar’, which only means, ‘the devotee of the Valluva caste’.
Valluvas are Pariahs (now called Harijans) and their vocation was proclaiming the orders of the king by beat of drum. Gandhi Heritage Portal is a repository of authentic information about Mahatma Gandhi developed by the Sabarmati Ashram Preservation and Memorial trust,Ahmedabad.
Harijans (hâr´Ĭjănz´) [children of God], in India, individuals who are at the bottom of or outside the Hindu caste  system. They were traditionally sweepers, washers of clothes, leatherworkers, and those whose occupation it was to kill animals. William Sax’s book is an in-depth exploration of ritual culture in the Central Himalayas that focuses on the cult of Bhairav in Chamoli District of upper Garhwal (Uttarkhand, India).
most commonly venerated form of Bhairav among the Harijans) and his followers (pp. 48 .Harijan definition is - a member of the outcaste group in India: untouchable.‘Walking almost alone, he managed to collect some 3, acres of good arable land and have them distributed to the landless of whom the vast majority were Harijans and Adivasis.’ ‘Gandhi earliest followers were India's lowest caste the ‘untouchables’ whom he called Harijans, meaning children of .