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Author: Claudia Seise

originate from other parts of the Muslim world are the HAUL celebrations (commemorating the death of a Muslim personality like a kyai , shaykh, or saint) that are part of Islamic life among the ʿAlawiyyin 2 communities around the world, also in Indonesia. The great majority of followers of the largest

In: International Journal of Islam in Asia

religious persuasion to them, from living peacefully (Dawn 2018a). Events of violence all over the country are alarming, leading the country towards a state of crisis, while the need of the hour is to preach the lesson of tolerance to establish a peaceful environment in the country (Hussain 2018a). The

In: International Journal of Islam in Asia
Author: Yon Machmudi

- DI leaders were invited to support the government and were given a variety of facilities and living allowances. Several prominent DI members such as Adah Jailani, Aceng Kurnia, Danu Muhammad, and others joined the ruling party. In this era, the mobilization of members of Darul Islam was used

In: International Journal of Islam in Asia

, classical and contemporary philosophy, books about Islamic sects, and books on other religions. Al-Qasimi began his scholarly life as a teacher and when his father died, he filled his position at the Mosque of Sananin, Damascus, the second most prestigious mosque in the city (Commins and Lesch 2014, 276

In: International Journal of Islam in Asia

in a context of affective postcolonial nationalism; they also enable older, end-of-life patients to craft self-determined futures, in counterpoint to becoming “living cadavers” of biomedicine, vessels for adulterated foods and toxins, and isolated victims of kin migration. 9 This article brings

In: Asian Medicine
Author: Frances Garrett

Stories The fifteenth-century life story of the meditation master and poet Milarépa (Mi la ras pa, 1028–1111) reveals a life consumed by the search for adequate nourishment, with a steady concern for what he eats and how he obtains food. In his cave, Milarépa survives for a year on a single sack of

In: Asian Medicine
Author: David Dear

shared language and culture in each of these fields of practice acts to reinforce the concepts of the others, creating an all-embracing network of discourse in the life of the individual. Conversely, it is no less important that it is the embodiment of a philosophy in the practitioners themselves that

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In: Asian Medicine

transformation of a dualistic mind-body relationship as reported by participants in a recent qualitative study involving modern yoga and meditation practitioners. Th e stories of the practitioners focused strongly on transforming a body-self that was confi gured as a result of living a life in Western cultural

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In: Asian Medicine
Author: Brian McKnight

daughters as dowry at marriage and bequeathing the family estate in equal portions to sons upon the deaths of the parents, was distorted when both parents died with- out there being a living son, a situation called the extinguishing of the household ( jeuhu ). Under some dynasties the state attempted to

In: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient
Author: Lallanji Gopal

) records the gift of a field for providing clothes for certain ascetics living in one of the Nasik caves. The Junnar inscriptions supply . significant instances of private transfers of land and of the gift of small units of agricultural land, owned by individual proprietors 2). The evidence of the two

In: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient