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essence of the Khasi religion

H. Onderson Mawrie

essence of the Khasi religion

by H. Onderson Mawrie

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Published by H.O. Mawrie, Distributed by Seng Khasi in [India], Shillong .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Khasi (Indic people) -- Religion.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby H.O. Mawrie.
    SeriesSeng Khasi series ;, no. 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2032.K45 M377 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. ;
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3929444M
    LC Control Number81903595

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schweitzer, Albert, Essence of faith. New York: Philosophical Library: Distributed to the trade by Book Sales, © The Lost Book: The Blessing of the Mendicant: Illustrations. In the Neighbourhood of the Mountain of the Iei Tree Frontispiece Page; Khasi hence the many and complicated ceremonies which the Khasi religion demands. One of the most familiar names in ancient lore is that of U Ksuid Tynjang, a deformed and lame demon who haunted.

    Hindu religious practices may have influenced present day monotheistic Christinatity prevalent among the Khasis. However the cultural and religious linkages between Hinduism and Christianity in Khasi Hills need to be investigated keeping in mind that there was no defined centre for the Hindu faith and the influence may have been more syncretistic than partisan. He wrote a catechism, The Book of Brief Questions About Unitarianism, which has only recently been translated in English. Adapting some of the traditional values of Khasi culture, Singh defined Khasi Unitarianism in terms of duty to God, to fellow humans, and to oneself. Magnus Ratter, a British minister, wrote of Singh's many skills.

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