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The Heavenly Cow Rupan and the Festival of Ceremonial Torture Gai-Goheri: Myth, Rituals and Sacrifice among the People of the Bhil Tribe of Western India
Sarita Sahay
Folklore : Electronic Journal of Folklore , 2010,
Abstract: Gai-Goheri, the festival of ceremonial torture, is a popular ritualamong the people of the Bhil tribe of Western India. Beliefs and myths of this festival play an important role in forming a series of rituals, which include not only the buttock-burning of the cattle but also their decorations and worshipping. The ritual, in which the villagers, while in religious mood, prostrate before hundreds of running cattle and get seriously hurt, is the climax of the festival.Villagers then inhale the smoke of burning dhup (perfumed sawdust), dance and drink liquor in a state of trance.This article makes a serious attempt to analyse the festival of ceremonial torture, as well as the associated rituals, along with the related mythological story of the cow named Rupan, which has presented a pragmatic charter of the primitive faith, vouching for the efficacies of the festival. The socio-economic system of the tribe has also helped in making the entire celebration amply adaptable even today.
The Folk Tales of Bihar: an Anthropological Perspective
Sarita Sahay
Folklore : Electronic Journal of Folklore , 2000,
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Bihari muinasjuttudest
Sarita Sahay
M?etagused. Hüperajakiri , 1999,
Abstract: Like other genres the folk tales of any society reflect emotions, needs, conflicts and other aspects of human psyche, that people acquire as a result of growing up in a specific culture. Folk tales is probably the most crystallised and apt expression of human thoughts. Study of folk tales prevalent in a society helps to understand the common universal elements on the one hand and certain characteristic traits specific to that society on the other.The present article is based on an attempt to analyse some of the popular folk-tales of Bihar.
Temporal Solitons of Modified Complex Ginzberg Landau Equation
Sahay Shwetanshumala
PIER Letters , 2008, DOI: 10.2528/PIERL08010401
Abstract: In this paper we have reported soliton solution of one dimensional modified complex Ginzburg Landau equation. The parametric region where such soliton solution is possible is also identified.
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