Such a reimagination of the Divine has a polysemic significance which is perceptively brought out by Joseph Prabhakar Dayam
: "In the ritual practices of the dominant religions, anything polluted and polluting distances the human from the divine.
drstva tasyas tvam api karunam tadrsim tam avastham saksyasy antah svayam upanatam sokavegam na sodhum I kravyadanam dasavadanavat kvapi jatav ajatah nalambante katham iva dayam
nirmalatvopapannah II (HSVD 2.24) Seeing her in that heartbreaking state, you too will not be able to hold back a surge of sorrow swelling up in your pure heart.
Around $20,000 from each partner plus investment from two venture capitalists in January 2011, namely DAYAM
, R.; Taheri, L.; Witvrouw, M.; Debyser, Z.; Neamati, N.
Such a re-imagination of the divine has a polysemic significance that is perceptively brought out by Joseph Prabhakar Dayam
, who points out, In the ritual practices of the dominant religions, anything polluted and polluting distances the human from the divine.
Along with the editors, contributors include Geevarghese Mor Coorilos, Joseph Prabhakar Dayam