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These include the two pillars of Indian theologies: The Doctrine of Karma. A Constructive Survey of Upanishadic Philosophy. There we definitely know that the whole hymn is address to a departed spirit, and the poet [of the Rigvedic hymn] says that he is going to recall the departed soul in order that it may return again and live. Circulation of Fire in the Veda.

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Buddhist Rituals of Death and Rebirth: According to Buddhist doctrine, the individual person consists of five skandhas or heaps — the body, feelings, perceptions, impulses and consciousness. The belief in a self or soul, over these five skandhas, is illusory and the cause of suffering. Buddha's teaching that beings have no soul, no abiding essence. This 'no-soul doctrine' anatta-vada he expounded in his second sermon. Put very briefly, this is the [Buddhist] doctrine that human beings have no soul, no self, no unchanging essence.

Are Nirvana and Moksha the Same? Plott et al , Global History of Philosophy: As we have already observed, this is the basic and ineradicable distinction between Hinduism and Buddhism". Historical Dictionary of Hinduism. A Survey of Hinduism: Karma and Rebirth in Classical Indian Traditions. University of California Press. Understanding Philosophy of Religion. Narrating Karma and Rebirth: Buddhist and Jain Multi-Life Stories.

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To complete a structural composition, two more essential qualities are included: Each bandish consists of a unique blend of the five central elements in Indian classical music: The composition is the face of the raga, defining its essence by bringing together all of its movements, parts and subtleties. There are two parts to a bandish, each containing two or three lines and lasting only around one to two minutes each within an extended performance anywhere from twenty minutes to an hour.

The majority of the performance is left primarily for improvisation, which is based off the compositional foundation exhibited in the composition. There are countless compositions in Indian Classical Music, each showcasing certain characteristics, phrases and musical personalities but no raga performance will be played or heard exactly the same. They might have similar compositional structures, however they will always be played differently due to improvisation methods and the moods that effect how the musician performs.

The power of a raga composition lies in its ability to evoke emotion that captivates listeners. When a performer sings or plays a raga, his or her intention is as much metaphysical as it is physical. On a technical level, the performer will strive to deliver the raga to its fullest extent to create a complete and well-rounded exposition. The spiritual dimension gives the performer the capacity to dissolve his or her ego in the raga as he or she brings emotion sorrow, pleasure, anger, etc.

By the end of the performance, the adept performer connects with the raga such that the separation between the player and what is being played will be almost seamless, residing in a oneness of energy. Traditionally, ragas are played according to the time of day. The Hindustani system associates specific ragas within eight 3-hour periods throughout a hour cycle.

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More simply, there are two sets of ragas, the morning and the evening, each divided by the effects they had on the human senses. This allowed musicians and listeners to clearly identify with certain moods and feel how the ragas effected their emotions at different times. Om Shanti — 6: Rama Rama — 7: Rama Guru — 5: Keshava Murahara — 9: Er Ra - Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda.

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