It is believed the objects were used for eating or drinking and were buried intact as a religious offering
The tele-faithful are able to recreate, through various discourses, actions, and socio-symbolic behavior, concrete ways of practicing religious sentiment in their lives that they recognize in the televised religious offerings
We think they would have been some sort of religious offering
, or votif, to the gods.
SOURCES OF POLLUTION Dumping of waste material, religious offering
of flowers or food, immersion of idols, humans taking bath, washing of clothes, bathing of cattle also lead to pollution.
The original word here is the Latin stipendium, 'tax, payment' a compound noun made up of stips, a small coin used as a donation or religious offering
, and pendere 'to weigh.
The original word here is the Latin stipendium, `tax, payment' a compound noun made up of stips, a small coin used as a donation or religious offering
, and pend ere ``to weigh''.
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A devotee, Sheela Singh, told media that the festival would end with the breaking of the fast by presenting the religious offering
to the rising sun.
It is a major loot enacted in a temple premises not only in India but of the world in which men belonging to the tribal community of Bhil openly loot the religious offering
(Prasad)," said Neha, a visitor.
London, Dec 19 (ANI): A mother in UK has been arrested for brutally killing her four-year-old daughter as an apparent religious offering
Also on the occasion, a Hanuman temple located in the Atal ashram in Gujarat's Surat city continued its tradition of making large Laddoos, an Indian sweet, often used as religious offering
Hence, it is been made a ritual here to offer as a religious offering
to please and seek His blessings.
Adding that, "Cats were mummified as religious offerings
in enormous quantities and were believed to represent the war goddess Bastet, while dogs sometimes represented jackal deities such as Anubis, who was associated with mummification and the afterlife.
Karma Phuntsho who is the President of the Loden Foundation, Director of the Shejun Agency for Bhutan's Cultural Documentation as well as the author of the 'The History of Bhutan', describes in detail the symbolism behind such religious offerings