Religions and Cultures of Sri Lanka & South India

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岩田慶治, Yasuke Ikari
National Museum of Ethnology, 1984 - Sri Lanka - 98 pages
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Contents

Prayer and Posture Keiji IWATA
1
Birth Death Ceremonies among the Jaffna Tamil A study
7
On the Name Chidambaram Muneo TOKUNAGA
41

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acres altar Amarapura Nikaya Amman Ampattar Anicca areca nut Asala Balangoda Batticaloa believers birth and death bodily-substance theory body Brahmanical Buddha Buddhism buffaloes Caivak Caivak kurukkal called caste system ceremony Chidambaram Chidambaram temple chief mourner child Chola dynasty coconut coconut milk cremation culture of India dance deceased deities demons Dikshitars dSvale eight precepts endogamy evil spirits exorcist feet washed five precepts flowers funeral gatha gedera goddess gods Goyigama harvest held Hindu Hindu gods Hinduism household head However Huniyan Indra Jaffna Tamil Kali kamata Kandy Kannaki kapurala Kataragama Kathina katu Kiri Maduva Kovil kumbura kurukkal Licchavi live low castes Maduva magosa Mangara marriage matam menarche menstruation midwife Minaksi monks mountain Murukan Nalavar Nambudiri Brahmins Nataraja Non-Ve offering paddy fields Pali Pallar Pallava Pantaram Paraiyar Patimokkha patrilineal Pattini performed Piramanar pirit rituals placed Point Pedro pollution pollution associated pongal pray prayers puja Puliyadda Puliyadda village Ratnapura District recited religion religious rice rites roti saffron Saman Samanera sesame oil shrine Siam Nikaya Sinhalese Siva South India spatial Sri Lanka substance theory sutras Table Tamil calendar temple temple Name theory of pollution Theravada Buddhism thirty-first day Three Refuges Thumpalai tovil tutakku Udumulla University of Jaffna Upasaka upOsatha vegetarian Vellalar vihara Visnu Wattha Weldambala white cloth worship Yaka yakadura yala Yala season

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