Maha Sivaratri and Hindu traditions
Maha Sivaratri, the great night consecrated to
Lord Siva is an important fast which falls on amavasai, the night of
the fourteenth day of the dark fortnight in Maasi (mid February –
mid March) Through the fast, vigilance, prayer and meditation man
strives to free himself from the shackles of the world.
Susil’ s natural flair for picture- story illustrations
A few kilometres away from the Homagama junction
lies a path with a bend shaded by palm trees circled by the
Ganewatta Purana Raja Maha Vihara with a long history of early
Buddhist architecture. Once inaccessible, the roadway now modernised
and carpeted leads to a small village known as Hokandara.
Of Grammatology and cardinal logic
In the last column in the series exploring the
profound ideas that led to the birth of Reconstruction we said; “
What is obvious is the myriad of voice present in Of Grammatology
and Derrida’s profound philosophy of deconstruction.