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  1. Speaking of Shiva: eko hi rudro na dvitiyaya tashtuh

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    A talk by Dr Nick Sutton of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

  2. Conversion In Hindu culture

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    a talk by Shaunaka Rishi Das of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

  3. Ayurveda: A way of life

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    A talk by Prof. Shrikant Bahulkar of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

  4. Detachment in the Bhagavad Gita

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    A talk by Shaunaka Rishi Das of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

  5. Literalism, steam engines, and the Vedas

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    A talk by Dr Rembert Lutjeharms of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

  6. Hindu responses to environmental change

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    A talk by Gopal Patel of the OCHS Bhumi Project

  7. Global Hinduism: Making it up as we go along

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    A talk by Dr Jessica Frazier of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

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  11. Jabbal Interviews 2007 - 7

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    A visit to Jabbal Village, near Chirgaon, Himachal Pradesh in 2007. Video provided under a Creative Commons licence to the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies Archive Project by Romilly Gregory and Eva…

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