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The disporia of borders: Hindu-Sikh transnationals in the diaspora

This paper offers a set of nuanced narratives and a theoretically-informed report on what is the driving force and motivation behind the movement of Hindus and Sikhs from one continent to another (apart from their earlier movement out of the subcontinent to distant shores). What leads them to leave one diasporic location for another location? In this sense they are also ‘twice...

Editorial: Bimal Krishna Matilal, 1935–1991

All Souls College of the Faithful Departed in the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. On the 25th anniversary of the passing; guest edited by Jay Garfield and Purushottama Bilimoria Jay L. Garfield

Hugh Silverman—in memoriam

0 Purushottama Bilimoria Stony Brook, Long Island, N.Y - Hugh J. Silverman August 17, 1945May 8, 2013 Hugh J. Silverman was Professor of Philosophy and Comparative Literature at Stony Brook

Reviews of The Nay Science

. After orientalism: toward a critique of Indologism Acknowledgement: This essay was written by Purushottama Bilimoria, Center for Dharma Studies, Graduate Theological Union and Institute of South Asia

J. J. C Smart (1920-2012): Remembering Jack

, Purushottama Bilimoria, Graham Priest and Monima Chadha) have been engaged. But Jack always was interested in the work on Indian Philosophy done by Australian philosophers. It is no surprise then that Jack

Speaking of the Hindu Diaspora in Australia

them died, he would ~be cremated in the open eucalyptus-pyre. - Hindu-Christian Studies Bulletin 11 (1998) 11-19 Published by Digital Commons @ Butler University, 1998 12 Purushottama Bilimoria Most ... low as is de facto relationship (although vincreasing for Australian-born Hindus). The 14 Purushottama Bilimoria common family size is two children. Education Hindus show high levels of educational

Hindu-Christian Dialogue in the Making in Australia

Buddhists) in the most affluent group of . all South Asian Hindu-Christian Studies Bulletin 7 (1994) 31-38 Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies, Vol. 7 [1994], Art. 9 32 Purushottama Bilimoria migrants. By ... momentum and all but ceased to function. The Hindu support for the Sikh candidate was not met i) , I, I , I : I 36 Purushottama Bilimoria with enthusiasm by the outgoing committee, which refused to hand