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Inhaltsangabe: This collection or essays by Japanese scholars deals with this subject through a study of Vedic and post-Vedic texts and is expected to contribute to a deeper understanding of post-Vedic rituals of India by focussing on the pratistha ritual.

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Takashima, Einoo & Shingo Takashima & Jun Takashima; Takashima, Shingo Einoo and Jun
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Buchbeschreibung Manohar, New Delhi, India, 2005. Hard Cover. Buchzustand: New. First Edition. Printed Pages: 344. Size: 14 x 22 Cm. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 027617

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Buchbeschreibung Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2005. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Consecration ceremony of an Image of a god, known as pratistha in Sanskrit, is one of the most important rituals in Hinduism. Only through the performance of this ceremony the Nature of an image changes from material to a deity. Pratistha ceremony was simple in origin but developed into a very complex system in course of time. It contains a number of elements, which are common in other Hindu rituals and are even mentioned in Buddhist Tantric texts. In the Vedic Texts there are no descriptions of pratistha. It was fully described in many texts, both Tantric and non - Tantric, for the first time in post-Vedic period. This ceremony is therefore a post - Vedic creation, but it also contains many Vedic ritual elements, which underwent more or less great changes. An intensive Study of the installation ceremony of an image of a god enables one to clarify the Formation and development of post - Vedic rituals both in Tantric and non-Tantric schools, on the one hand, and to make a perceptive analysis of the ritual elements of post-Vedic rituals on the other. This collection of Essays by Japanese scholars deals with the subject through a study of Vedic and post - Vedic texts and is expected to contribute to a deeper understanding of post - Vedic rituals of India by focussing on the pratistha ritual. Printed Pages: 334. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 46869

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Buchbeschreibung Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2005. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Consecration ceremony of an Image of a god, known as pratistha in Sanskrit, is one of the most important rituals in Hinduism. Only through the performance of this ceremony the Nature of an image changes from material to a deity. Pratistha ceremony was simple in origin but developed into a very complex system in course of time. It contains a number of elements, which are common in other Hindu rituals and are even mentioned in Buddhist Tantric texts. In the Vedic Texts there are no descriptions of pratistha. It was fully described in many texts, both Tantric and non - Tantric, for the first time in post-Vedic period. This ceremony is therefore a post - Vedic creation, but it also contains many Vedic ritual elements, which underwent more or less great changes. An intensive Study of the installation ceremony of an image of a god enables one to clarify the Formation and development of post - Vedic rituals both in Tantric and non-Tantric schools, on the one hand, and to make a perceptive analysis of the ritual elements of post-Vedic rituals on the other. This collection of Essays by Japanese scholars deals with the subject through a study of Vedic and post - Vedic texts and is expected to contribute to a deeper understanding of post - Vedic rituals of India by focussing on the pratistha ritual. Printed Pages: 334. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 46869

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Edited by Shingo Einoo and Jun Takashima
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Buchbeschreibung Manohar, 2005. This collection of essays based on the study of Vedic and post-Vedic texts by Japanese scholars deals with the subject of Pratisha ritual the most important ritual in Hinduism through which an image changes from material to a deity 334 pp. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 77365

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Buchbeschreibung Manohar Publishers and Distributors. Hardback. Buchzustand: new. BRAND NEW, From Material to Deity: Indian Rituals of Consecration, Shingo Einoo, Jun Takashimo, Consecration ceremony of an image of a god, known as pratistha in Sanskrit, is one of the most important rituals in Hinduism. Only through the performance of this ceremony the nature of an image changes from material to a deity. Pratistha ceremony was simple in origin but developed into a very complex system in course of time. It contains a number of elements which are common in other Hindu rituals and are even mentioned in Buddhist Tantric texts. In the Vedic texts there are no descriptions of pratistha. It was fully described in many texts, both Tantric and non-Tantric, for the first time in post-Vedic period. This ceremony is therefore a post-Vedic creation, but it also contains many Vedic ritual elements which underwent more or less great changes. An intensive study of the installation ceremony of an image of a god enables one to clarify the formation and development of post-Vedic rituals both in Tantric and non-Tantric schools, on the one hand, and to make a perceptive analysis of the ritual elements of post-Vedic rituals on the other. This collection of essays by Japanese scholars deals with the subject through a study of Vedic and pot-Vedic texts and is expected to contribute to a deeper understanding of post-Vedic rituals of India by focusing on the pratistha ritual. Published in association with the Japanese Association for South Asian Studies. Buchnummer des Verkäufers B9788173046278

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