The Shroud of Turin is a linen cloth bearing the faded image of a man who appears to have undergone physical torture consistent with Roman crucifixion. The Shroud is preserved in the St. John Cathedral in Turin, Italy. It is widely believed to have wrapped the body of historical Jesus of Nazareth and has become one of the most perplexing enigmas for the researchers. The author has attempted to explain the scientific causes of the image on the Shroud under the realm of quantum physics. By drawing a plethora of evidence from the alchemical secrets of resuscitating spectral plant out of ashes, The author establishes that material body of organisms even if consumed to ashes, Retain their selfsame form and figure.
This book is based on contributions made to an international conference held in the Pontifical Gregorian University and presents reflections of authors from all five continents. The conference was held to acknowledge the fiftieth anniversary of Vatican II, noting that during this time Lonergan was a professor at the Gregorian. The reference to “rediscovering Lonergan” in the title stems from a conviction that there is much in Lonergan’s thought that remains relevant to the globalizing world of today and that continues to be important for implementing Vatican II. The reference to anthropology in the title emerges from a conviction that philosophical and theological anthropology is centr...
This collection of essays brings together established scholars of Lusophone Goan literature from India, Brazil, Portugal and Great Britain. For the first time in English, this volume traces the key narrative works, authors and themes of this small but significant territory. Goa, a Portuguese colony between 1510 and 1961, was the site of a particular and particularly intense meeting of West and East. The problematic yet productive encounter between Europe and India that has characterised Goa’s history is a major theme in its literature, which affords important insights and material for post-colonial thought. Goan literature in Portuguese is the only significant Indian literature to have been written in a European language other than English and, as such, provides both a challenging point of comparison with anglophone Indian literature and a space to examine post-colonial theory often implicitly embedded in a British Indian colonial experience.
Who am I, where do I belong and what am I meant for in this short life in this big world? For Jay, life was a series of defensive detours until he gathered the strength to listen to his inner voice with honesty and decided to take life head on with fearlessness. Making the move from India to America was momentous. He sought to make something of himself, however, his yearning to live in his country and among his people never ceased to bother him. Over six years, despite the luxury of opportunities in the United States, he wondered, is this all there is? He left home to create a better life, but he could have never imagined that though his better life might be found in America, his best life might just be at home, in India.
As it is well known to the civilized societies that standard of life depends upon products used to improve the standard of living subject to their consumption. Marketing play a vital role in supplying such type of products which are dignity based choices for the consumer. In view of this the marketing subject is presented with global perspective to help Students, Researchers. Managers, Businessmen and stake holders of the society who are involved either directly or indirectly with the industry. As an academician it was observed by me that most of the books of Marketing Management have been written by foreign authors who had common topics like Global perspectives, Holistic marketing, Customer retention, Brand management etc.
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Rubies In My Ears is an inspirational story of a life filled with pain, loss, adventure, fun, love and eventual success. After completing his studies, but with no plans for the future, a chance meeting with a family friend takes Sanjiv to Tehran, Iran, with a promise of a glorious job and a glamorous life. Thus begins a journey of many twists and turns, and of life transforming experiences. "The boy from Ranchi has come a long way. Son of a traditional Indian family, Sanjiv became a nomad at first cry. Staying all over the world in his endeavour to find his comfort zone, Sanjiv has written about his life experiences with utmost honesty. Sometimes embarrassing, sometimes momentous, sometimes painful, his journey has been a walk in search of his divinity. We studied together and reconnected after a gap of some thirty years. In between, Sanjiv had moved house to live in New Zealand and travel the globe. This book has been written in front of me, as his latest endeavour, near the waves of a beach in Goa. It's a must read to understand the makeup of the moving Indian. Indeed, the boy from Ranchi has come a long way!" - Aditya Raj Kapoor, Consultant, Actor, Author, Biker & Adventurer.