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By Saurav Mohapatra

There exists an international past our mortal comprehension that tells the tale of lifestyles earlier than guy. those are tales of the gods and goddesses who reign over humanity and wield the forces of the Universe. those are the tales that lay the principles of a rustic one thousand million robust. those are the tales of INDIA actual. Deepak Chopra offers the stories of the immortal gods: Indra, Kaali, Ganesha, Uma and Shiva, whose tales should not mere fairy-tales yet classes in realizing one's personal life. learn the legends created prior to legends even existed, the legends which are authentically India...

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5 Thompson also describes differences: “In front of the figure, and gazing reverently towards it, were Mr. Gandhi and the Ali Brothers (to signify the Hindu-Mohammedan rapprochement), a woman (‘Mother India’) and a cow. I have often seen the tableau, and am glad I saw it” (Thompson 1930, 90–91). These images were able to occupy such prominent public spaces because of their double coding: when accused of politicality they could seek refuge in the mythic. ” This double coding was mobilized even more potently by Chiplunkar’s strategy of establishing, though his journalism, the discursive infrastructure for images which might otherwise appear wholly innocuous.

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