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- KurzbeschreibungIn November 1986, one year after the notorious <br>Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh was deported, a <br>new social and religious institute for teaching <br>classical Indian studies in a communal setting <br>opened in the United States. Unlike Rajneeshpuram <br>in Oregon, Arsha Vidya Gurukulam, in Saylorsburg, PA <br>has never made headlines because of legal battles <br>with the surrounding community. Unlike the People s <br>Temple in Guyana or the Branch Davidian compound in <br>Waco, Texas, the Saylorsburg ashram has not ignited <br>the fear and distrust of the local community. This <br>project focuses on the emergence of Arsha Vidya <br>Gurukulam as a new religious movement that has never <br>been at odds with the surrounding community into <br>which it arrived, despite predictions suggesting <br>that groups with strong cultural differences come <br>into conflict with each other while trying to live <br>together within a community.
- AutorTiffany Blackmon
- VerlagLAP Lambert Academic Publishing
- Seiten308 Seiten
- Gewicht425 g
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