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Traditional stories tell that Lord Ganesha was created by goddess Parvati, consort of Lord Shiva.
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Traditional stories from many Native American, First Nations, and Aboriginal cultures include a deity whose name is translated into English as " Coyote ".
Traditional stories, in turn, are only one category within folklore, which also includes items such as gestures, costumes, and music.
Traditional stories handed down by the ancient Romans themselves explain the earliest history of their city in terms of legend and myth.
These stories are alive and well and are passed on from generation to generation of Traditional Owners.
Traditional examples for Turkish folk literature include the stories of Karagöz and Hacivat, Keloğlan, İncili Çavuş and Nasreddin Hoca, as well as the works of folk poets such as Yunus Emre and Aşık Veysel.
Traditional seismic design assumes that the lower stories of a building are stronger than the upper stories and where this is not the case — if the lower story is less strong than the upper structure — the structure will not respond to earthquakes in the expected fashion.
As of October 24, 2011, a button in the shape of an eye was placed at the top right hand corner of the webpage, giving the reader the option to choose from three view options: Traditional ( entire page scrolls ), Two Panes ( side bar scrolls independently ), or Blog View ( listing of stories by date ).
Traditional fiction writers and writing circles have experimented in creating group stories, such as Robert Asprin's Thieves World and MythAdventures-such approaches date back at least as far as The Floating Admiral in 1931.
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Traditional songs of Christmas often tell of the bull and the donkey warming the infant with their breath.
Traditional accounts tell of several esoteric sadhanas that he performed, including standing neck-deep in the river Ganges, singing songs to Kali.
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* The Unanimous Tradition, Essays on the essential unity of all religions, by Joseph Epes Brown, Titus Burckhardt, Rama P. Coomaraswamy, Gai Eaton, Isaline B. Horner, Toshihiko Izutsu, Martin Lings, Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Lord Northbourne, Marco Pallis, Whitall N. Perry, Leo Schaya, Frithjof Schuon, Philip Sherrard, William Stoddart, Elémire Zolla, edited by Ranjit Fernando, Sri Lanka Institute of Traditional Studies, 1991 ISBN 955-9028-01-4
* Albert B. Lord, " Perspectives on Recent Work on the Oral Traditional Formula ," in Oral Tradition, vol.
In 1954, after much debate, the punishment was changed to the harsher degree of excommunication, vitandi ( shunned ); and the Second Vatican Council later removed the Day of the Holy Circumcision from the Latin church calendar, although Eastern Catholics and Traditional Roman Catholics still celebrate the Feast of the Circumcision of Our Lord on January 1.
In 1982 Green was presented the award for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Traditional for The Lord Will Make a Way, followed by awards for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Contemporary and Best Soul Gospel Performance, Traditional in 1983 for Higher Plane and Precious Lord, respectively.
The studies The Great Triad, Traditional Forms & Cosmic Cycles, Insights into Islamic Esoterism & Taoism and The King of the World ( alternately translated as Lord of the World ) are also mostly about symbolism.
While many reformists and officials supported the reforms, seeing it as a way to greatness and power, conservative members of the royal family such as Zhao Wuling's uncle Lord Cheng ( Simplified and Traditional Chinese: 公子成 ) disliked it, claiming that there should not be any " Copying of barbarian clothing and changing of old rules " ( Simplified Chinese: 不该 " 袭远方之服, 变古之教 ").
He called himself the " Lord Father " ( Simplified and Traditional Chinese: 主父 ), using his new title to visit neighbouring countries, especially the Qin, which he visited secretly.
Seeing this, the Prime Minister Lord Anping ( Simplified and Traditional Chinese: 安平君 ), who was Lord Cheng uncle of Wuling, and his subordinate Lord Fengyang ( Simplified Chinese: 奉阳君 ), also known as Li Yu ( Simplified and Traditional Chinese: 李兌 ) surrounded the palace, allowing no food or water to be provided to the inhabitants inside.
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Traditional Chinese medicine ( TCM ) is based on Yinyangism ( i. e., the combination of Five Phases theory with Yin-yang theory ), which was later absorbed by Daoism.
Critical theory was first defined by Max Horkheimer of the Frankfurt School of sociology in his 1937 essay Traditional and Critical Theory: Critical theory is a social theory oriented toward critiquing and changing society as a whole, in contrast to traditional theory oriented only to understanding or explaining it.
Traditional accounts of the author's life are found in many commentaries and include details such as these: He was born on Salamis Island around 484 BC, the son of Mnesarchus, a retailer who lived in a village near Athens.
Traditional myth provided the subject matter but the dramatist was meant to be innovative so as to sustain interest, which led to novel characterization of heroic figures and to use of the mythical past to talk about present issues.
Traditional scholars have argued the letter's audience was Jewish Christians, as early as the end of the 2nd century ( hence its title, " The Epistle to the Hebrews ").
The popularity of " contemporary folk " recordings caused the appearance of the category " Folk " in the Grammy Awards of 1959: in 1970 the term was dropped in favor of " Best Ethnic or Traditional Recording ( including Traditional Blues )", while 1987 brought a distinction between " Best Traditional Folk Recording " and " Best Contemporary Folk Recording ".
The term was adopted at the third conference of the Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and in 1991 the WHO recommended its use to the United Nations.
Traditional devotion to Jewish study and scholarship was not replaced, but was spiritualised as a means to cleave to God.
The Kara-Khitan Khanate ( Traditional Chinese: 西遼 ; Simplified Chinese: 西辽 ; pinyin: Xī Liáo, 1124 – 1218 ), also known as Western Liao, was established by Yelü Dashi ( 耶律大石 ) who led around 100, 000 Khitan remnants after escaping the Jurchen conquest of their native country, the Khitan dynasty.
In 2004, Masorti Judaism was introduced into the Netherlands by the founding of a Traditional / non-Egalitarian Masorti community in the town of Almere.
Shanghai is officially abbreviated ( Hù ) in Chinese ,< ref > Traditional Chinese: 滬 ; Shanghainese: Vu < sup > 2 </ sup >.</ ref > a contraction of ( Hù Dú, " Harpoon Ditch "), a 4th or 5th century Jin name for the mouth of Suzhou Creek when it was the main conduit into the ocean.
Traditional savate or chausson was at this time also developed in the ports of North-West Italy and North-Eastern Spain.
*" Traditional taekwondo " typically refers to the martial art as it was established in the 1950s and 1960s in the South Korean military, and in various civilian organisations, including schools and universities.
In 2007 Helm released a new album, a homage to his southern roots called Dirt Farmer, which was awarded a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Folk Album on February 9, 2008.
The soundtrack went to # 1 on the Billboard Traditional Jazz Chart and was within the top 50 on the Billboard 200.
Traditional commerce was in wine and olive oil, corks ( the cork oak Quercus suber grows in Perpignan's mild climate ), wool and leather, and iron.
Traditional historiography stipulates that many Slavs settled in the hinterland of Thessaloniki, however, this migration was actually on a much smaller scale than previously thought.
Traditional nordic combined power Norway was stunned at the 1948 Games when Finland's Heikki Hasu became the first non-Norwegian to win the event.
Traditional fence materials used in the Eastern U. S., like wood and stone, were expensive to use in the large open spaces of the plains, and hedging was not reliable in the rocky, clay and rain-starved dusty soils.