DIMENSIONS

of

DEATH

from

 

THE CROSSING

LIVING, DYING AND TRANSFORMATION IN BANARAS

National Gallery, Bangkok, 2006

OK Center for the Arts, Linz, 2002

Asia Society, New York, 2002

National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, 2002

India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 2001

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Naresh Trehan

Heart Surgeon

What Survives Death

Credits of Content scholars and media production team.

“All who die in Kashi become immortal whether they are rabbits, mosquitoes, cranes, parrots, sparrows, wolves, jackals, horses, serpents, monkeys or men.”

 

Skanda Purana 4.1.30.7

Dimensions of Death

“People think that Banaras is about death. There is death everywhere. The burning bodies on the ghats, the half burnt corpses floating down the river...But Banaras is not about death, it’s about eternity...”

 

Raja Rao

Samdong Rinpoche

Buddhist Master

Preparation for Death

DIMENSIONS
of
DEATH

from

 

THE CROSSING

LIVING, DYING AND TRANSFORMATION IN BANARAS

National Gallery, Bangkok, 2006

OK Center for the Arts, Linz, 2002

Asia Society, New York, 2002

National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, 2002

India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 2001

Deepak Chopra

Medical Practitioner

Perceptual Distortion

Swami Ved Bharti

Vedanta Philosopher

Immortality

Ranjit Nair

Physicist

Human Beings in Contemporary Realityy

(c) 2010, Sacred World Design/Reearch Laboratory.

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