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Kabir as "The Apostle of Hindu Muslim Unity" : A Critique on Secularism and Religiosity

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This essay investigates Kabir’s compositions on his ideas about organised religion and transcending religion itself which will be explored vis-a-vis his co-option into the project of communal harmony in present times .

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Medieval Bhakti tradition and literature had given a space to articulate the discrimination that was happening under the guise of religion. The priestly class denied the right of spiritual, social equality to downtrodden. But this hegemony had been always contested. The establishment of the Delhi sultanate had further reduced the Brahmin-Kshatriya domination, facilitating the voices of descent to surface more vigorously. Kabir personifies this voice. He is critical of the discrimination and superstitions in Hinduism and Islam both. It is believed that many of his poems that had come down to us are not composed by him but goes on his name, but instead of Kabir as a historical figure, the dissenting voice as reflected in his poetry is more important. He is not an individual, but an idea. This paper explores the protest against elitism in Kabir’s poetry. Key words- Advaita, Bhakti, Brahma, Nirguna, Saguna.

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The present paper will try to analyze the role of Azad in promoting Hindu-Muslim unity during the national movement of India. It will also try to explore his support for communal harmony, integrity and national unity. Azad was among those nationalist Muslim leaders of India, who were talking about composite nationalism, pluralism and cultural unity in diversity. Azad as a Muslim and nationalist always focused on unity of these two main communities in Indian sub-continent, both before and after partition. Besides the work will try to see what were the efforts which he took in order to promote this type of notion among the Muslims of India. Further it will also analyze the contribution of Al-Hilal towards Hindu-Muslim unity. Al-Hilal was one of the main sources through which Azad addressed generally all and particularly the Muslims of India during the national movement.

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Mutual coexistence, cooperation and genuine understanding among different religious nations is a need for global peace and harmonious livings. And more so it is an urgent call today in India. We are facing communal polarization at its peak both on religious as well as caste basis. Our citizens are being killed, lynched and inhumanly treated by both religious terrorists and communal goons! Is it the India that the father of this Nation Mahatma Gandhi had dreamt about? Today on his 148th birth university and in this International Day of Nonviolence we the Indians need to ask ourselves as what might have gone wrong with us? Why our country is gradually reducing into a boiling volcano? Coexistence is a two-way effect. The parties sharing same interest should come ahead to understand each other. Need of the time is to utilize modern recourses while bridging gapes and making stronger relationship than ever before among all major religions being practiced in India like Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism and Christianity. Our strength is unity and our idea is ‘unity in diversity’. The more we enjoy this idea of India the more respectable and stronger we will be at home as well as in abroad. The modern fathers of this nation – Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. BR Ambedkar, Maulana AK Azad and their likes have chosen it to be – a cosmo, a nation with innumerable differences but one and a proud India. We need to abolish hatred from the roots – from school level. It is the political history of India which is seeding enmity. It is our political rhetoric which is problematic. Let us diagnose the actual problems sooner than later and fix them there only. No religion or religious text preaches hatred, it is we the upholder of religions who make it our way to befit our interests.

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In his own time, the nirguna poet-saint Kabir was a controversial figure. He spoke ill of Islam and Hinduism alike, yet, in the end, both groups claimed him as their own. In this essay, various imag ...

Sant 'Kabir' or 'Kabir Das' were common names for him. He resided in Varanasi, India, around the 15th century. Love and compassion for one another is the only way to God, Kabir taught his followers. Of the last several years, there has been a surge in interest in Kabir's teachings. When Kabir was alive, he had a unique perspective on the world. Social inequities, feudal rules and religious dogma were only some of the things he had to cope with. His couplets and sonnets have been utilised in North India for more than 500 years. They were written in simple khari boli, which made it easier for everyone to understand what they were saying about abstract concepts. Because he drew inspiration for his poems from ordinary events, his work continues to resonate with readers today. As a response, he encouraged people to search within and find peace via spiritualism. Humanism, he argued, should be the universal faith of all people. In his couplets, Kabir teaches a universal truth that may be applied to anybody, regardless of their religious or social background. In many ways, Saint Kabir has remained the same since his day. As long as religion, superstition and rituals are prevalent, Kabir is still relevant today. Even world leaders like Mahatma Gandhi shared Kabir's message of peace and equality. Kabir had a clear goal and strategy for achieving social equality. In order to better grasp today's worldwide syncretic challenge in light of Kabir's continued relevance, this study pulls together some of these concepts and conversations.

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Abstract: Girish Karnad is one of the most profound dramatists of Modern Indian English literature. He is popularly known for revitalizing indigenous culture. As a responsible artist, he has given vent to the concerns over the contemporary religious and communal tensions. Religion not only constructs a structure of code of ethics but also punishment awarding institution. In the course of time, as it got established as an institution, it became a bastion of evils also. It started exercising upper hand in its allied institutions like society, politics, family and other. Occasionally, it sidelined morality and freight of humanity too. Without being biased, Karnad presented the both side of religion. The paper aim is to explore how much Karnad successful in his attempt to represent the religion in his two plays- Hayavadana and Naga-Mandala. The paper also tries to find out how human life gets affected by it. Keywords: Religion, belief, desire, society, traditional values.

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  • 1 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bangladesh University of Business and Technology, Dhaka 1216, Bangladesh.
  • 2 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Asia Pacific, Dhaka 1216, Bangladesh.
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Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is an advanced and multidisciplinary active research domain based on neuroscience, signal processing, biomedical sensors, hardware, etc. Since the last decades, several groundbreaking research has been conducted in this domain. Still, no comprehensive review that covers the BCI domain completely has been conducted yet. Hence, a comprehensive overview of the BCI domain is presented in this study. This study covers several applications of BCI and upholds the significance of this domain. Then, each element of BCI systems, including techniques, datasets, feature extraction methods, evaluation measurement matrices, existing BCI algorithms, and classifiers, are explained concisely. In addition, a brief overview of the technologies or hardware, mostly sensors used in BCI, is appended. Finally, the paper investigates several unsolved challenges of the BCI and explains them with possible solutions.

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