By: David Shapiro Producer, Uplifting Cinema Pvt. Ltd During a number of sessions, I had the privilege of watching the entire “India’s Book of Wisdom: The Bhagavata Purana.” The genre is that of an art film – mood and style reveal substance. The “culture of the Bhagavatam” is the hero of this story. We get […]
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The months of limited or no travel pass rapidly. I’ve been remaining (almost) completely in one place for the last year and two months as the Covid pandemic continues to threaten our well-being. In the meantime, but already more than two months ago, I was fortunate to participate in the online Sacred Journeys global conference, […]
By: Supratik Sen Drawing upon a wide range of Hindu textual resources and thinkers, Valpey’s work explores our moral obligation to animals, and by extension, the non-human world. Valpey approaches the subject by focusing on a “constructive” approach to the ethics of what he terms “cow care”, the practice of keeping and caring for cows […]
By: Clive J. C. Phillips Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute, Curtin University, Kent St.,Bentley, WA 6102, Australia; firstname.lastname@example.org Simple Summary: Cattle production has received significant criticism, particularly in Western countries, on account of its contribution to environmental pollution; the ethics of practices such as premature slaughter, particularly of male calves, and invasive procedures to […]
India’s Book of Wisdom—The Bhāgavata PurāṇaThe Oxford Center for Hindu Studies PresentsThe Bhagavata Purana is considered the crown jewel of the Hindu sacred ancient Sanskritliterature known as the Puranas. The Bhagavata Purana is a bhakti (devotional)scripture focused on the life and activities of Lord Krishna.As a major source of the living bhakti tradition in India, […]
Staying in one place since June (in my country retreat in Poland, due to the pandemic) has been good for the physical “system” after years of fairly constant travel. Like so many of us who are ensconsed in the Internet, much of our “travel” is digital. My earlier intention to travel to the U.S. at […]
A few days ago, I accepted an invitation by my friend Christopher Fici (who just a fewweeks ago successfully passed his doctoral dissertation defense at Union TheologicalSeminary—congratulations to him!) to be a guest co-editor (or co-guest-editor?) for aspecial issu of the Journal of Dharma Studies, on the subject of Dharma and Ecology. We two are […]
As I write this, since more than fifty days I’ve been “locked down” at Nilachal Vedic Village (NVV), a small farm community some two hours’ drive north from Mumbai, in the state of Maharashtra very close to the Gujarat state border. One could think of a lot worse places to be confined during the present […]
These last few weeks have seen a busy me in a more-than-busy India. From Mayapur (in West Bengal, where I met and spoke with Dr. Vallabhbhai Kathiria—see previous Latest News post), next stop was Delhi, for a week of presenting ‘Cow Care in Hindu Animal Ethics’ at various ISKCON temples and to a few significant […]
The interview was conducted in Sri Mayapura, West Bengal, by Dr Kenneth R. Valpey on February 10, 2020