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Prateeq Kumar
  Yoginis    are    representative of one of the most perplexing affiliates of  Tantra  which  connect  the  divergent  strands  of  incompatible  religious  traditions  to  create  a  uniquely  particular  visual  language  of  their  own.  The Hirapur Yoginis reify  this  unique  particularity …
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Kapila Vatsyayan
  Introduction     To put it simply, over these years, since childhood on to today, it has been my privilege to meet with creative minds who have been variously categorized as scientists, seers, philosophers, poets, writers, painters, dancers, musicians and, above all, many who in socio-economic…
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Tupur Banerjee
Ancient Indian tradition describes food as prana, i.e., life, as food sustains life, and provides nutrition (Swami Gambhirananda 2007:142). Food intake within the same culture varies according to place, family and gender. Fish, for instance is a staple for Bengalis, but all Bengalis do not eat the…
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