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By Devdutt Pattanaik
Smeared with ash, draped in animal conceal, he sits atop the snow-capped mountain, cranium in hand, withdrawn, with canines for corporation, destroying the area together with his indifference. he's God who the Goddess shall wake up. His identify is Shiva. Locked in his tales, symbols and rituals are the secrets and techniques of our ancestors. This publication makes an attempt to release seven.
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In order to draw attention to this troubling and degrading phenomenon of pathologizing Hinduism, we not only present evidence from the work of these scholars (tongue-in-cheek termed ‘Wendy’s Children’ after their powerful mentor), 8 but we also try to understand 20 INVADING THE SACRED how these scholars manufactured their uniformly negative views of Hinduism. Later, this section presents two new theoretical models: one called the Chakra Hermeneutics model for understanding how a diversity of approaches to Hinduism is possible; and the other called Wendy’s Child Syndrome to reverse the gaze upon this group of scholars by applying Chakra Hermeneutics.
59 [Emphasis added] Tyagananda responded to this claim, “One wonders if any of those praising the book have ever read its citations. Have any of those scholars who have given the book so much acclaim actually read the Bengali sources that he quotes? 60 Many individuals in the Indian diaspora are not prepared to believe that bias-afflicted academics can have the final word about their traditions. 13. Evasive dismissal of criticism by psychoanalyzing the critics: Kripal, instead of responding to the point-by-point critique with his own evidence, attacked his critics and their alleged motives.
Certainly he must have been sexually abused as a child. 58 The only one ‘troubled’ by 36 INVADING THE SACRED them is Kripal who feels compelled to find sexual abuse somewhere in there. Legitimized by a staged peer-review process, and by dodging all the critical analyses, Jeffrey Kripal triumphantly proclaims in the introduction to the second edition, that “The case of Ramakrishna’s homosexuality . . seems to be closed . . Kali’s Child has been lauded by scholars . . ”59 [Emphasis added] Tyagananda responded to this claim, “One wonders if any of those praising the book have ever read its citations.