The many schools of Vajrayana Buddhism have several highly complex systems of tantra that have been developed over many centuries. Learning about them all is a lifetime's work. And I don't think the tantric path is for everyone. But if what you read here resonates with you, I hope you will take the initiative to learn more about Buddhist 10https://www.thoughtco.com/gods-in-buddhism-449762 that doesn't necessarily mean that the God of monotheism, as commonly understood, can be dropped seamlessly into Buddhism. Frankly, in Buddhism, God has nothing to do.
S.K De refers it to be ‘a kind of heightened expression’. One can find the detailed treatment of this term in Kuntaka’s Vakroktijivita besides being introduced in the works of Dandin, Bhamah, and Bhoja. Some scholars are of the view that the earliest traces of theory of vakrokti can be found in Bharata’s treatment of laksanas in his Natyasastra. Bhamaha provides a prominent place to the term and identifies it with atisayokti (Hyperbole). Dandin distinguishes literary compositions in terms of vakrokti and svabhavokti and says that ‘slesa’ (paronomasia) adds beauty in vakrokti.
Nepal is a land-locked country which is situated between India and China. Nepal is known as a Hindu country but it has the largest number of population of Buddhist people. Arguments regarding religion is still on but there is a freedom to choose the religion. Most of the population follow Buddhism. There are many Buddha this paper is focused on only one Buddha who is Gautam Buddha, from whom the origin of Buddha was started.
The book is very selective in that it does not cover all the ideas expressed by Sa‘di, yet it is insightful regardless of that. Perhaps the most comprehensive and useful work on Sa‘di is a collection of essays in three volumes, titled Zekr-e jamil-e Sa‘di, written in commemoration of his 800th birthday anniversary. The essays cover a wide range of subjects and various areas and issues in the study of Sa‘di’s works, including the aesthetic quality of his writing, his didactics and humanism, the social context and influences on him. There are a few comparative studies done on Sa‘di in the form of dissertations or articles; the review of some of these studies are as follow: Helen Ouliaei Nia’s (2008) comparison of Sa‘di’s Gulistan with Johnson’s Rasselas is an ‘influence’ study investigating the possibility of the influence of Sa‘di on Johnson motivated by finding similarities of thoughts, structure and philosophical views between the two writers. The paper discusses and provides further evidence to prove the familiarity of Johnson with Persian literature.
Reiteration occurs when two items that share the same referent are repeated or share the same meanings in a text. The forms of reiteration that can be seen in the article are synonyms and repetition. Verbs like “sun, sunlight and solar are synonyms because they have similar meanings. And “stare and “view” are also synonyms because they both mean to look at something. Another form of reiteration in the article is repetition.
Each variety has its own spheres of interaction and fixed functions. One is considered "high" or valued, prestigious and is mainly used in writing (especially in literature and in education) or in formal oral discourse. The other is considered "low", non-prestigious and is typical for ordinary communication, in daily life, and in folklore. Yet, according to Fergusson, in a situation of a dichotomy “standard vs. dialect” there are people who naturally speak the standard (H) variety, while in a diglossic situation nobody uses (H) in everyday conversations. This position seems rather restrictive and we can even ask if there is a diglossia in countries where there is no a high (H) variety of the type similar to the katharevousa in Greece.
So, in one sentence, there are several meanings for only one word, which is not water or a thing. The conceptual metaphor (Kovecses & Benczes, 2010) of this would be that words are physical objects. Apart from those examples of metaphors, in the story are more, as the author uses them repeatedly to talk about everyday things and to make the stories of a more literary
He discovered the first four dimensions of national culture which included Power Dis- tance (PDI), Individualism/Collectivism (IDV), Masculinity/Femininity (MAS) and Uncertainty Avoidance (UAI). In 1991 the fifth dimension called Long Term Orienta- tion (LTO) was added based on Michael Bond‟s research. (Tervonen
As most of the policies in India are still depending on the research done during the colonial times, the same can be said of the National Tribal Policy 2006. Reading through the draft, makes it very evident that the drafting committee has not involved any of the genuine tribal representatives in the policy framing, i.e. information from the Gram Sabhas in the fifth schedule areas have failed to cascade upstream through the Tribal Advisory Council (TAC), and the same about the 6th schedule areas through the autonomous councils to the Ministry of Tribal Affairs. The draft policy clearly shows that the ministry have failed in understanding the concept of tribe and have just stuck on to the layman’s stereotype notion of the word tribe or tribal, a trivially touching upon the idea of scheduling and de-scheduling tribes and the questions on the present form of reservation excluding certain tribal communities in favour of another. The approach of the ministry has been of a kind suggesting that the tribals as a group are incapable of making their own decisions and hence the govt.
(Baldick 1990:218) concurs with Cuddon’s view, yet, for him, there seem to be more to symbol than simply‘animate’ or ‘inanimate’ objects standing for something else. So, he defines the term as anything that ‘stands for’ or represents something else beyond it – usually an idea conventionally associated with it. Symbol is therefore an evocative kind of image that is a word or phrase referring to a concrete object, scene, or action which also has some further significance associated with it. Roses, mountains, birds, and voyages he argueshave all been used as common literary symbols. However, according toKennedy (1987:203) symbol is something or a thing that suggests more than its literal meaning.