By SKYE ALEXANDER
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In Maharashtra, Sanskrit is still alive and well within the educational system: there are eight major independent research institutes in Pune and Bombay; six universities that offer degrees up to the master’s and doctoral levels; thirty-three major Sanskrit manuscript collections; and nine Indological journals published in the state. The personnel needed to maintain this large educational tradition is extensive. The bulk of that personnel is increasingly composed of women. With one retirement, the University of Pune’s Department of Sanskrit will consist entirely of women.
Gangamma and her sisters are characterized in both narrative and ritual as moving/ﬂuid goddesses; they traditionally reside in open-air sites under trees or on boundaries between village settlements and paddy ﬁelds and often actively resist human suggestions for enclosed shrines. The seven sisters, although they may have children and are called ‘‘mother/Amma,’’ are not householders. For their annual festivals ( jataras), they are called to village centers, temporary structures are often built around them, and village boundaries are literally ‘‘bound’’ shut so that the goddesses will remain stable long enough through these ritual periods so that they may be served, fed, satiated.
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10 Minute Magic Spells by SKYE ALEXANDER