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"It can affect almost every part of your body and every aspect of your life - from your digestion to your energy levels and mental health," adds Jaina.
Born to the seafaring kingdom of Kul Tiras, Jaina has made many difficult decisions in her life, but no choice weighs more heavily upon her than the decision to step aside when her father fought the Horde and perished in Warcraft 3.
In three cases (A1, A3, and A4) Buddhist and Jaina versions concern different characters; in two other cases (A2 and A5) the characters are the same in both traditions.
Direct vendors were Simoncinia[euro](tm)s vehicles Jaina Capital and Jaina Ventures, Match said.
Samples come from the following sites: Cholula, Puebla; El Zapotal, Veracruz; Jaina Island, Campeche; San Gervasio/Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo; Tlatelolco, Mexico City, D.F.; Tula, Hidalgo; Yaxuna, Yucatan.
The first, elaborated in ceramic, comes from excavations conducted in 1957 in Pre-Hispanic Mayan burial grounds in the isle of Jaina, Campeche (Mexico).
JAINA SANGA is the author of a critical book on Salman Rushdie's fiction and the editor of two volumes on South Asian literature.
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Thus, attention in these fields has shifted to the social, cultural, and political "outsides" of texts, resulting in a neglect of attention to the intellectual practices of Buddhist, Hindu, and Jaina thought.
He has made the effort to collate the folk, oral and Jaina versions of the epic to make the plot relevant to our times.
Among the topics explored are the use of mangala verses at the beginnings of certain philosophical Jaina texts as a means of establishing relationships of influence with respect to contemporaneous Buddhist texts, the genre implications of the initial verses of Kalhana's Rajatarangini, the evolution of mangala verses in the "court epics" (sargabandha) genre, and the role of meaning in the uttering of the Vedic mantras.