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The Death Rituals Of Rural Greece - DANFORTH, LORING M.; TSIARAS, ALEXANDER (PHOTOGRAPHY)
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Gyan Books (P) Ltd., 2013. Paperback. New. Vol. 1 # contents: Foreword 11: Acknowledgements . 15: Synopsis . 17: 1. My GuruÆs Veiled Prophecy. 21: 2. Recollections of My Childhood. 28: DadÆs Love Reaching out Beyond His Family 28: My Childhood Days in Brief .30: An Early Introduction to Divinity 31: Falling in Love at 13 .31: Dr. Pinaz Rectified the Squint in My Eyes 32: The Approach Towards Life that Dad Wished I should Adopt 32: A Mentally Challenged Boy Joins our Family .33: 3. Divine Experiences with Maiji û My ParentsÆ Guru 35: MaijiÆs Prophecy on our Missing BoyÆs Safe Return Coming True .35: Her Timely Warning to Save DadÆs Life 37: Her Generosity in Meeting our FamilyÆs Financial Needs 39: When she Cooked, the Food Just Multiplied .40: She Took over my 2 year old Sister JasmineÆs Pain .40: Maiji the Divine Doctor who Healed My Brother 41: Mum being Nursed back to Health by Maiji 41: Maiji gave up Her Life so that I May Live .42: 4. Shirdi Sai and Sathya SaiÆs Grace on Me . 45: My Quest for Divinity .45: ôThe Time is Not Yet Ripe for You to Come to My Ashram,ö said Sai .46: Shirdi SaiÆs Confirmation on His Rebirth as Sathya Sai .47: My GuruÆs Timely Message Helped save ShilpiÆs Life .50: BabaÆs Wish for Me to Rise above My Worldly Desires .51: Give due Respect to your ParentsÆ Faith 51: Sathya SaiÆs Miraculous Entry into our Home 51: The Lord Blessing Me by Appearing in His Multiple Forms 52: My First Experience of Sathya SaiÆs Divinity 53: 6 A Glimpse of Joy (Vol. 1): ôBe Prepared to Play the Role of a æDasiÆ in the Forthcoming: Drama,ö said Baba 55: Baba Expressing Concern on My Bossiness 56: My GuruÆs Reassurance on Improvement in My Vision 57: ôDo not Turn away a Hungry Person,ö Sai Instructed us 57: Baba Offering me Glimpses of His Life in His Shirdi Avatar .59: 5. The Unfortunate Turn in My Life 60: My First Meeting with Paul û a Healer .60: My Error in Assuming Paul to be a Divine Soul Like Maiji 62: The Miraculous Healings Left no Room for Doubt 63: I Left My Job in Obedience to PaulÆs Command 63: Taken in by PaulÆs Speech 64: Visits to Sick Homes and its Adverse Effect on My Health 65: BabaÆs Wish that I Continue Praying over the Sick and the: Suffering 66: BabaÆs Special Blessings .68: My AuntÆs Efforts to Make Me See Sense 68: ôIndeed, you will Serve the Masses, but Never with Paul,ö Baba: Prophesised .69: ôYou need to be Spiritually Strong to Cure OthersÆ Illnesses,ö: Explained Maiji .71: The Time to Visit BabaÆs Ashram at Parthi not yet Ripe 71: I Went by BabaÆs Command - thus Offending Paul .72: Paul Entering our Home on the Pretext of Ill - health 73: The Divine MotherÆs Command that I let Paul be in My Life till: She Permitted Me to do Otherwise .75: Unaware of the Game Afoot .76: Abuse by Paul that Left Me Shattered.77: Baba Shed Tears for Me .78: PaulÆs Demand that I Isolate Myself from Everyone .78: One more Humiliating Experience 79: PeshotanÆs Genuine Concern for My Well-being .80: Maiji Still in Favour of My Accompanying Paul to the: Healing Sessions .80: ôYour Mind and Heart is Absolutely Clean in GodÆs Sight,ö: Baba Reassured Me 82: The Hope of the Future Event that Kept Me Going 83: My Brother PeshotanÆs Estrangement from Us 83: My GuruÆs Message on the Drama Ending in two Years Time .85: One more of PaulÆs Atrocities that I put up with .85: Medical Treatment too was Denied to Me .86: The Event of PaulÆs DaughterÆs Marriage 87: The Fear of Torture and Aabuse Consuming Me 88: PaulÆs Silver Jubilee Function 89: contentss 7: I Started Earning to Ease DadÆs Burden .90: ôYou shall Read no Religious Book other than the Bible,ö: Thundered Paul 90: Blessings of the Lord in His Various Forms 91: Baba Declares Me the Best Teacher! .92: Secured a TeacherÆs Job at a Convent School 92: Staff MembersÆ Reaction to Paul Dropping Me to the School 94: Pressurised to Charge Double the Fees for the Tuition Classes .95: A Stranger Coming to My Aid 96: StudentsÆ Reactions to PaulÆs Presence at the School 96: Paul Ordered Me to Stay Away from all School Functions .97: Effort at Reaching Out to an Orphan Cut Short .97: PeshotanÆs Appeal that I Keep in Touch with Him98: Baba Forgave Me for Being the Cause of Embarrassment to: My Family .98: Infant Jesus Lighting my Way .99: Baby Krishna Playing with Me in a Dream . 100: Repeated Reassurance by Baba û of the Beautiful Future Event . 100: Paul Expected Me to Support his Grandchild . 101: A StudentÆs Effort at Wiping My Tears . 101: Daily I Faced a Fresh Humiliation 102: An Insight into Him being the Indweller of My Heart 105: Offer of a YearÆs Salary in Exchange of Promoting a Child 106: Circumstances Compelled Me to put in My Resignation 106: BabaÆs Promise û the only Consolation 107: My Attempt at Self-defence Proved Disastrous . 108: After a Life Threatening Illness, I Lay in a Comatose State: at the Hospital . 108: The Abuse that I Underwent when I was Most Vulnerable 113: The Divine MotherÆs Mercy Leading Me out of the Prison 114: Shifting Back to Home where Paul no Longer had an Entry 114: BabaÆs Promise to Watch Over Me Unto the End 115: 6. SaiÆs Guidance at Every Step 116: Re-entry of Peace into my Heart and Home 116: The Journey to the Lord û A Difficult One 117: Baba Foretelling my Future Role of Serving Mankind . 117: My Guru Accepted the Bhajanavali Composed by Me 118: Lord KrishnaÆs Appearance in a Dream. 119: ôYou can Never be a Good History Teacher,ö Baba hinted 119: Forewarned of the Impending Death in My Family 121: Baba Credited Me with a Vast Improvement in My Vision 121: The Lord Foretelling My New Job Offer 123: My First Journey to Parthi û My GuruÆs Abode 123: My GuruÆs Prediction about My New Job coming True . 128: DadÆs Future being Foretold by Baba. 129: 8 A Glimpse of Joy (Vol. 1): 7. My Younger Brother, JehangirÆs Sad Demise . 131: Advance Intimation about My BrotherÆs Forthcoming Demise 131: My Inability to Teach History made Me Quit My Job . 137: Our GuruÆs way of Conveying that My Brother was no more . 137: DadÆs Search for his Missing Child Still on . 139: My Dear BrotherÆs Final Rites . 140: Jehangir, My Late BrotherÆs Appearances in My Dream 143: 8. Sai Continues to Walk with Me. 145: One More of His Appearances 145: Guru NanakÆs Message in a Dream . 145: The LordÆs Repeated Prophecy of a Future Event . 145: One more Visit from Christ and Sai 146: SaiÆs Message of 5 Years Ago Coming to Pass 148: Our Guru Acknowledged the Divinity Inherent in Me . 149: ôKhurshid, YouÆve Passed all the Exams,ö Baba Consoled Me 150: My Guru Helped My Wounds Heal 151: The Promise of Protection from Sainath 151: On the Law of Karma . 153: An Insight into the Cause and Effect of Past LivesÆ Karma 155: His Guidance to Enable me to Commence a Life of Selfless Actions 156: 9. A Gradual Awakening to the DivineÆs Presence in: My Life 158: An Introspection Leading to Some Resolutions . 158: BabaÆs Prediction of 5 Years Ago Coming True . 160: ôLet the Divine be Your Partner,ö My Guru said. 164: SaiÆs Omniscience Making Itself Known 165: To Give up on Farokh was Heart Wrenching 166: Yearning for the Divine 167: A Trip to Parthi with My Relatives 168: Beginning to Acknowledge My Limitations . 170: My Guru Addressing Me as His One and Only Mother! . 171: SaiÆs Call to My Mother 172: Baba Taught Me to Visualise Him in My Mother 173: My GuruÆs Expectation that I Speak only the Truth . 174: Darshan should not be at the Cost of Duty 175: Lord KrishnaÆs Appearance to Me . 175: My MotherÆs Unwavering Faith Withstanding His Trials 176: My Departed Brother Forewarning Me of an Impending Danger 179: Baba Blessing Peshotan with Financial Stability 180: Sai Consistently Working on My Self-esteem 181: ôPlease Update the Book of My Frequent Visits to You,ö: my Guru Implored 182: contentss 9: 10. Employment Experiences while Baba Continuesto: Walk with Me 184: Job at Mazda Services was a Second Home to Me . 184: Baba Foretelling Me about a Mild Illness 185: On Dad being Granted a Long Life 187: Acquiring a Job by Influence Unacceptable to Him 188: HIS Compassionate Gaze Focused on Me 189: My Guru Taught Me to be Non-judgemental 191: The LordÆs Intimation of an Unavoidable Future Event . 191: HIS Grace Attainable through Sincere Prayers 192: I was Responsible for My Illness this Time . 192: The Unfortunate End of My Association with Mazda Services 193: ôMother, how can I let You Touch My feet?ö Baba Questioned Me . 195: My GuruÆs Healing Touch 196: Indignities I underwent at Mega Arts . 197: BabaÆs Veiled Prophecy 199: HE willed that I shoulder a Larger Responsibility 199: From Mega Arts I Move to VenkyÆs . 201: My GuruÆs Assurance to keep His Commitment . 202: A Short Trip to Shirdi 203: A New Chapter Unfolds Itself as I Join CRY 203: FarokhÆs Invitation to his Wedding 206: Baba Reaching out to My Father . 207: Illness Made Dad Resign from His Job 209: The Put-downs that I Faced at CRY 210: I Bid Farewell to CRY 212: DadÆs Ill Health û A Nagging Concern . 215: SaiÆs Timely Intervention Stopped Me from Slipping 216: Work Pressure at IBP Affects My Health 217: HE Willed that I Rejoin CRY . 218: Experiencing Bliss at My GuruÆs Feet in Person and not in: a Dream . 220: ôPray, Pray Every Morning,ö Baba Implored 222: A Glimpse into One of My Previous Lives . 223: Paying Dearly for Dishonouring My Commitment to God 223: Rejoining CRY at RippanÆs Request . 225: 11. On My Tenure at CRY and on My GuruÆs Grace Taking: Different Forms227: An Unwelcome Re-entry into CRY 227: This Time I had No One to Blame Save Myself . 228: Manifestation of My LordÆs Omniscience. 229: ôIÆm Indebted to you for your Life-long Devotion to Me,ö Sai: Told Dad 231: One More Eventful Trip to Parthi . 232: 10 A Glimpse of Joy (Vol. 1): RippanÆs Sharing on his Short Span of Life . 234: ôDo You Mind Working from My Home?ö Asked Rippan 235: BabaÆs Veiled Prophecy about His Rebirth 8 Years Hence 237: MotherÆs Lost Vision Restored . 238: SaiÆs Viewpoint on an Issue where I was Misunderstood by Others . 238: My GuruÆs Celestial Voice Addressing Me as æMotherÆ 241: Do Not Limit Sai to His Physical form Alone 241: Fuiji and I Visit Shirdi . 242: Rippan Awaiting BabaÆs Verdict on his Lifespan 242: Sai Blessing Me with a Life of Good Thoughts, Good Words and: Good Deeds 244: I Did Slip û but Corrected Myself in Time . 246: Sai Baba accepted My Offer to have Lunch with Me! . 247: Visions of the Lord in His Multiple Forms 248: Baba Intimating Me of the Exact Increment I was to Get 248: Every Dream of Mine was Coming True, I Realised . 250: My Faith in Him Being Put to Test 250: The Lord Never Gives Up on His Devotees . 261: RippanÆs Cry Seemed to go Unheard by Sai 262: ôShould I Come to You Every Day?ö Baba Asked Me! . 262: Nargish Aunty Befriends Me . 263: Glimpses into My Near and Distant Future 264: Sai Guides Me on My Family Matters . 266: ôWho can Edit My Books?ö I Asked My Guru 267: 12. My Misgivings on Accepting SaiÆs Invitation 269: My Concerns on the Forthcoming Year Long Stay at Parthi 269: Seeking Approval from My Loved Ones to Move to Parthi . 273: RippanÆs Anguish at My Decision to Stay at Parthi 277: ôYouÆre Sure to Blossom in His Garden,ö Dad Assured Me . 279: Baba Wished that I Commence My Journey in May Æ93 . 280: Scraping Together Funds for the Parthi Trip 281: The Lord in His Multiple Roles 282: My Search for a Job in Parthi 283: BabaÆs Clarification on what He Wished Me to do while in Parthi/: Whitefield 286: My Incomplete Surrender to His Will . 290: Lord Krishna Assuring Me of His Protection 292: My Last Meeting with Rippan . 293: Time to Bid Farewell to Home and Family 295: Commencing My Journey to My LordÆs Abode 296Vol. 2 # contents: Foreword 15: Acknowledgements . 19: Synopsis . 21: 1. My Faith in BabaÆs Protection Put to Test . 23: Baba Provides Shelter at Affordable Rates .23: Feeling Vulnerable and Rootless without Family, Home and a: Steady Job .25: My Guru Sheds Tears at My Vulnerability of being on My Own.27: Lost and Utterly Lonely Among Thousands of Devotees .29: The Gloom Lifts as Sainath Acknowledges and Appreciates My: Presence 29: ôCan You take over My Job of Cleaning the Path to the Temple?ö: Baba Asked Me .31: An Unfortunate Event at Parthi .34: The Tragedy at Parthi Compounded my Accommodation Problem .35: Ashram Regulations Overruled due to BabaÆs Grace .36: He Approved of My Efforts at Writing my Autobiography 36: My Guru Intimated Me that IÆd Soon be Staying with Foreigners 37: Surrendering to His Will and giving Priority to His Books .38: He Willed that I Stay in His Company Till End February Æ 94 39: The Veil of Maya Lifts to Receive His Grace 39: Granting Me Continuity of His Protection Among all the: Uprooting 39: Days Spent in the Appalling Conditions at the Common Shed41: At the Mercy of a Stranger who Gave Me Free Shelter .43: Sai Teaches Me the Virtue of Forgiveness 45: Radhika Comes to My Rescue .48: Seeking Lord ZoroasterÆs Blessings .49: No Better Company than My Divine Parent 50: 6 A Glimpse of Joy (Vol. 2): My Guru Desists from Acknowledging My Presence in Public 51: Negligence on the DoctorsÆ Part at the Parthi General Hospital .52: Our Guru Addressed Aban, My Best Friend as æMasiÆ (MotherÆs: Sister) 56: BabaÆs Presence Eliminates my Longing for Human Company .57: 2. The Beginning of My Journey to Him . 59: Upon My Request, Sai Summons Dad to Whitefield within: 24 Hours 59: Made to Undergo Utter Depravation to Test My Faith in Him .59: Sai Ensures My FamilyÆs Welfare in My Absence 63: I had Failed to Realize Our GuruÆs Divine Powers .63: ôI Meet Khurshid Quite Often,ö Baba Told Nagmani .64: Resist the devil in the form of Earthly Temptations û the Lord: Tells Me .65: Glimpses of the Lord Dwelling in One and All .67: The World Shall have Proof from Me of My Visits to You .68: Our Relationship is that of a Mother and Child, You are My: Mother .70: Mother Sita Blessing My Sister 72: A New Friendship Materialises û with Rama and Sairama .72: He Responds to My Prayers Each Time 73: Experience Sai beyond His form ., Gyan Books (P) Ltd., 2013, Princeton University Press, Princeton: 1982. Softcover. Brand new book. This compelling text and dramatic photographic essay convey the emotional power of the death rituals of a small Greek village--the funeral, the singing of laments, the distribution of food, the daily visits to the graves, and especially the rite of exhumation. These rituals help Greek villagers face the universal paradox of mourning: how can the living sustain relationships with the dead and at the same time bring them to an end, in order to continue to live meaningfully as members of a community? That is the villagers' dilemma, and our own. Thirty-one moving photographs (reproduced in duotone to do justice to their great beauty) combine with vivid descriptions of the bereaved women of "Potamia" and with the words of the funeral laments to allow the reader an unusual emotional identification with the people of rural Greece as they struggle to integrate the experience of death into their daily lives. Loring M. Danforth's sensitive use of symbolic and structural analysis complements his discussion of the social context in which these rituals occur. He explores important themes in rural Greek life, such as the position of women, patterns of reciprocity and obligation, and the nature of social relations within the family. ISBN: 0691000271., Princeton University Press, Princeton: 1982

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The Death Rituals of Rural Greece

This compelling text and dramatic photographic essay convey the emotional power of the death rituals of a small Greek village--the funeral, the singing of laments, the distribution of food, the daily visits to the graves, and especially the rite of exhumation. These rituals help Greek villagers face the universal paradox of mourning: how can the living sustain relationships with the dead and at the same time bring them to an end, in order to continue to live meaningfully as members of a community? That is the villagers' dilemma, and our own. Thirty-one moving photographs (reproduced in duotone to do justice to their great beauty) combine with vivid descriptions of the bereaved women of "Potamia" and with the words of the funeral laments to allow the reader an unusual emotional identification with the people of rural Greece as they struggle to integrate the experience of death into their daily lives. Loring M. Danforth's sensitive use of symbolic and structural analysis complements his discussion of the social context in which these rituals occur. He explores important themes in rural Greek life, such as the position of women, patterns of reciprocity and obligation, and the nature of social relations within the family.

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