[INDOLOGY] The Study of Indian Religions in Latin America

Gabriel Martino gabriel.filosofia at hotmail.com
Thu May 11 13:27:50 UTC 2017


I would like to share with you a recently published work on the study of Indian religions in Latin America. I hope it helps us to attain a fairer image of the current state of the discipline in our region. Thanks,

Gabriel Martino



Martino, G (2017). The Study of Indian Religions in Latin America. En International Journal of Latin American Religions, Springer, vol. 1.<https://www.academia.edu/32578838/Martino_G_2017_._The_Study_of_Indian_Religions_in_Latin_America._En_International_Journal_of_Latin_American_Religions_Springer_vol._1>
In the present paper, we examine the current state of the study of Indian religions in Latin America. An important investigation on the study of Sanskrit outside India conveys the image that the situation of the study of Indian religions in Latin

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Today's Topics:

   1. Ismail Jogi mantra (Artur Karp)
   2. Re:  Tracing a verse in the Pur??as (David and Nancy Reigle)
   3. Re: Indraj?lavidy?sa?graha (Dominik Wujastyk)
   4. Summer Sanskrit @ harvard (Witzel, Michael)
   5. Udbha?a/Bh?maha (Jesse Knutson)
   6. Fwd:  Vim?n?rcan?kalpa? (Dominik Wujastyk)
   7. thanks to Andrew Ollett (Jesse Knutson)
   8. Re: Buddhasrijnana's Abhisamaya commentary (Birgit Kellner)
   9. Re: Buddhasrijnana's Abhisamaya commentary (P?ter-D?niel Sz?nt?)
  10. Re: Buddhasrijnana's Abhisamaya commentary (Birgit Kellner)


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Date: Tue, 9 May 2017 18:12:23 +0200
From: Artur Karp <karp at uw.edu.pl>
To: indology <indology at list.indology.info>
Subject: [INDOLOGY] Ismail Jogi mantra
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Five years ago I sent to the List this question:

<< Mantras in popular Indian magic books - of indrajala type - invoke often
two mysterious personages: Ismail Jogi and Nuna/Nona/Luna/Lona Chamarin.

Has anyone written a paper on them. A monograph - perhaps?>>

?There was no answer.

One such mantra runs as follows:

*O? namo k?mr? des k?m?khy? dev?*

*Tah?? base ism?il jog?*

*Ism?il jogi ke t?n be??*

*Ek to?e ek picho?e*

*Ek ??t tij?r? go?e*

I am not sure about the meaning of this mantra.

Ismail Jogi (contradictio in adiecto) had three sons:

one aborted (?), one retarded (?)

one coolly (?) in your (?) womb.

I would be grateful for your comments,

Artur Karp (ret.)

Chair of South Indian Studies,

University of Warsaw



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