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As many a poet-philosopher has warned over the ages, pilgrimages can often be empty exercises in devotion.
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Jamming, a la Ganga-Jamuna

Jamming, a la Ganga-Jamuna

Vithal C Nadkarni | September 8, 2012
'Fusion' and 'Sufi' are tired words - but this musical performance breathed fresh life into them.
dualistic philosophy
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Why the duel over duality

Vithal C Nadkarni | October 22, 2011
The Dwaita tradition regards the universe as consisting of two realities but emphasises their creative harmony
Divine abstinence

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