Occasional Paper 5 A Palestinian- American public intellectual of our time late Edward Wadie Said (1935-2003) in his magnum opus, Orientalism (Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd. 1978) challenged the colonial legacy not just in terms […]
Occasional Paper 4 Inspired by the The Nāsadīya Sūkta (after the incipit ná ásat, or “not the non-existent”), also known as the Hymn of Creation, is the 129th hymn of the 10th Mandala of the RgVeda (10:129) In the beginning […]
They arrive in their serene glide to occupy the Banyan tree even though the entire district and many parts of Sri Lanka too are ‘locked down’. They are visitors with no entry visa, no immigration […]
God of wholesomeness as found in the Biblico-Christian tradition in the face of callousness of the pandemic Whose care to depend on (God’s care and Gota’s care) The diseased, the sick and the quarantined Wuhan […]
SHANTHIKUMAR HETTIARACHCHI 25/17 Pearce Av, Newington, NSW 2127, Australia. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The notion of ‘sufﬁciency consciousness’ is a way of life to be adopted towards attitude change in a world that craves for absolutist secularity […]
Interview with Dr. Shanti Kumar, , کرتارپورکراسنگ کھولنے سے پاکستان علاقائی ليڈربن گیاہ
A comparative survey and a study of the Peace building work and community deployment of the Islamic tradition of Anatolia, Turkey and the Buddhist tradition in the rural sector of Sri Lanka.