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Mother, in your symbol the twelve petals signify the twelve inner planes, don't they?

It signifies anything one wants, you see. Twelve: that's the number of Aditi, of Mahashakti. So it
applies to everything; all her action has twelve aspects. There are also her twelve virtues, her twelve powers, her
twelve aspects, and then her twelve planes of manifestation and many other things that are twelve; and the symbol,
the number twelve is in itself a symbol. It is the symbol of manifestation, double perfection, in essence and in
manifestation, in the creation.

What are the twelve aspects, Sweet Mother?

Ah, my child, I have described this somewhere, but I don't remember now. For it is always a choice, you see;
according to what one wants to say, one can choose these twelve aspects or twelve others, or give them different
names. The same aspect can be named in different ways. This does not have the fixity of a mental theory. (Silence)
According to the angle from which one sees the creation, one day I may describe twelve aspects to you; and
then another day, because I have shifted my centre of observation, I may describe twelve others, and they will be
equally true.
(To Vishwanath) Is it the wind that's producing this storm? It is very good for a dramatic stage-effect....
The traitor is approaching in the night... yes? We are waiting for some terrible deed....
~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1954, 395

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aditi. ::: boundless; infinite; in the

ADITI. ::: Infinite Consciousness; Mother of the worlds.

The Aditi Deductive Database System. A
multi-user {deductive database} system from the Machine
Intelligence Project at the {University of Melbourne}. It
supports base {relations} defined by {facts} (relations in the
sense of {relational databases}) and {derived relations}
defined by {rules} that specify how to compute new information
from old information.
Both base relations and the rules defining derived relations
are stored on disk and are accessed as required during query
evaluation. The rules defining derived relations are
expressed in a {Prolog}-like language, which is also used for
expressing queries.
Aditi supports the full structured data capability of Prolog.
Base relations can store arbitrarily nested terms, for example
arbitrary length lists, and rules can directly manipulate such
terms. Base relations can be indexed with {B-trees} or
multi-level signature files.
Users can access the system through a {Motif}-based query and
database administration tool, or through a command line
interface. There is also in interface that allows {NU-Prolog}
programs to access Aditi in a transparent manner. Proper
{transaction processing} is not supported in this release.
The beta release runs on {SPARC}/{SunOS4}.1.2 and
E-mail: .

Aditi ::: (database, project) The Aditi Deductive Database System. A multi-user deductive database system from the Machine Intelligence Project at the in the sense of relational databases) and derived relations defined by rules that specify how to compute new information from old information.Both base relations and the rules defining derived relations are stored on disk and are accessed as required during query evaluation. The rules defining derived relations are expressed in a Prolog-like language, which is also used for expressing queries.Aditi supports the full structured data capability of Prolog. Base relations can store arbitrarily nested terms, for example arbitrary length lists, and rules can directly manipulate such terms. Base relations can be indexed with B-trees or multi-level signature files.Users can access the system through a Motif-based query and database administration tool, or through a command line interface. There is also in interface that allows NU-Prolog programs to access Aditi in a transparent manner. Proper transaction processing is not supported in this release.The beta release runs on SPARC/SunOS4.1.2 and MIPS/Irix4.0.E-mail: . (1992-12-17)

Aditi devatamayi ::: Aditi full of the gods. [cf. Katha 2.1.7]

Aditi has correspondences in many ancient religions: the highest Sephirah in the Zohar; the Gnostic Sophia-Achamoth; Rhea, mother of the Greek Olympians; Bythos or the great Deep; Amba; Surarani; Chaos; Waters of Space; Primordial Light; and the source of the Egyptian seven heavens. Sometimes she is linked with the Greek Gaia, goddess of earth, to denote dual nature or the mother of both the spiritual and physical: Aditi, cosmic expanse or space being the mother of all things; and Gaia, mother of earth and, on the larger scale, of all objective nature (cf SD 2:65, 269).

Aditi-prakriti (Sanskrit) Aditi-prakṛti [from aditi unbounded + prakṛti nature from pra forth + the verbal root kṛ to do, make] Spiritual-physical nature; Father-Mother within before it appeared in space, the universal matrix of kosmos personified in the dual character of the universe or of man. Aditi signifies infinity personified as a goddess; prakriti, nature considered as the evolver or producer in its original condition.

Aditi (Sanskrit) Aditi [from a not + diti bound from the verbal root da to bind] Unbounded, free; as a noun, infinite and shoreless expanse. In the Vedas, Aditi is devamatri (mother of the gods) as from and in her cosmic matrix all the heavenly bodies were born. As the celestial virgin and mother of every existing form and being, the synthesis of all things, she is highest akasa. Aditi is identified in the Rig-Veda with Vach (mystic speech) and also with the mulaprakriti of the Vedanta. As the womb of space, she is a feminized form of Brahma. The line in the Rig-Veda: “Daksha sprang from Aditi and Aditi from Daksha” has reference to “the eternal cyclic re-birth of the same divine Essence” (SD 2:247n). In one of its most mystic aspects Aditi is divine wisdom.

Aditi ::: the indivisible conscious-force and ananda of the Supreme; the Mother; the infinite Mother of the gods; supreme Nature or infinite Consciousness.

Aditi: The name (Sanskrit for boundlessness) of a Vedic goddess, mother of the gods known as Adityas; she is identified at times with the earth, at times with the sky, and at other times is hailed as a cow.

Aditi — the Vedic goddess of infinite being, the mother of the gods, manifested here as the earth-goddess (Pr.thivı̄2); the ādyā-śakti, the indivisible consciousness (cit), force (tapas) and bliss (ānanda) of the Supreme.

Aditi-Vach (Sanskrit) Aditi-Vāc [from aditi unbounded + vāc speech, voice from the verbal root vac to speak, utter] The cosmic Logos considered in its feminine aspect as the veil surrounding the evolving cosmic monad. “These feminine Logoi are all correlations, in their noumenal aspect, of Lights, and Sound, and Ether . . . ” (SD 1:431).

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1:The patterns of thinking of a little group
Fixed a traditional behaviour’s law. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, The Kingdoms of the Little Life,
2:There is an honour of the aristocrat which has its root in manners and respects the sanctity of its own traditions. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Early Cultural Writings: Historical Impressions, The French Revolution,
3:Let us change our traditional attitude to the construction of programs. Instead of imagining that our main task is to instruct a computer what to do, let us concentrate rather on explaining to human beings what we want a computer to do. ~ Donald Knuth,
4:Gregory the Great (sixth century), summarizing the Christian contemplative tradition, expressed it as "resting in God." This was the classical meaning of Contemplative Prayer in the Christian tradition for the first sixteen centuries. ~ Thomas Keating, On Prayer,
5:The magicians most important invocation is that of his Genius, Daemon, True Will, or Augoeides. This operation is traditionally known as attaining the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel. It is sometimes known as the Magnum Opus or Great Work.
   ~ Peter J Carroll, Liber Null,
6:The spiritual knowledge is then gained through meditation on the truths that are taught and it is made living and conscious by their realisation in the personal experience; the Yoga proceeds by the results of prescribed methods taught in a Scripture or a tradition and reinforced and illumined by the instructions of the Master.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga, The Yoga of Divine Works, The Four Aids,
7:The research for physical immortality proceeds from a misunderstanding of the traditional teaching. On the contrary, the basic problem is: to enlarge the pupil of the eye, so that the body with its attendant personality will no longer obstruct the view. Immortality is then experienced as a present fact: "It is here! It is here!" [165]
[165] A Tantric aphorism. ~ Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces, The Ultimate Boon,
8:Though collecting quotations could be considered as merely an ironic mimetism -- victimless collecting, as it were... in a world that is well on its way to becoming one vast quarry, the collector becomes someone engaged in a pious work of salvage. The course of modern history having already sapped the traditions and shattered the living wholes in which precious objects once found their place, the collector may now in good conscience go about excavating the choicer, more emblematic fragments. ~ Susan Sontag,
9:So the call of the Nondual traditions is: Abide as Emptiness, embrace all Form. The liberation is in the Emptiness, never in the Form, but Emptiness embraces all forms as a mirror all its objects. So the Forms continue to arise, and, as the sound of one hand clapping, you are all those Forms. You are the display. You and the universe are One Taste. Your Original Face is the purest Emptiness, and therefore every time you look in the mirror, you see only the entire Kosmos. ~ Ken Wilber, A Brief History of Everything, p. 240,
Invocation is a three stage process. Firstly the magician consciously identifies with what is traditionally called a god-form, secondly he enters gnosis and thirdly the magicians subconsciousness manifests the powers of the god-form. A successful invocation means nothing less than full "possession" by the god-form. With practice the first stage of conscious identification can be abbreviated greatly to the point where it may only be necessary to concentrate momentarily on a well used god-form. ~ Peter J Carroll, Liber Kaos,
11:Another approach is actually to build the job around the person, to create a virtual job portfolio to match what he/she does best. Say you find a highly competent human being. Rather than asking the person to conform, you find appropriate things for that person to do. This permits a great deal of mobility within the organization, breaks up the traditional hierarchy, unlinks the rigid chain-of-command, and uncovers new functional slots. Such an idea is disturbing to First Tier entities, quite natural in Second Tier structures. ~ Don Edward Beck, Spiral Dynamics,
12:At this point it may be objected: well, then, if even the crabbed sceptics admit that the statements of religion cannot be confuted by reason, why should not I believe in them, since they have so much on their side:­ tradition, the concurrence of mankind, and all the consolation they yield? Yes, why not? Just as no one can be forced into belief, so no one can be forced into unbelief. But do not deceive yourself into thinking that with such arguments you are following the path of correct reasoning. If ever there was a case of facile argument, this is one. Ignorance is ignorance; no right to believe anything is derived from it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
13:From the start, every practice requires three steps: learning, reflection, and application. To begin with, we need to receive the teachings in an authentic way. Real learning involves gaining understanding about an instruction. To do this we need to hear it clearly from someone who is part of a living tradition, who has a true transmission for the teaching, and who can pass it on clearly.

Having received the teaching, we then need to reflect upon it for ourselves. We need to gain some confidence and conviction about the value and methods of the teaching.

Finally we need to put the teaching to use by familiarizing ourselves with the practice and integrating it into our life. I want to stress this: after understanding a teaching intellectually and establishing it with certainty, it is vital to clear up any misconceptions and doubts you may have about it. Then you must make use of it in a very personal and intimate way, by practising. This is where any teaching becomes effective - by actually practising it, not simply knowing about it.
~ Adeu Rinpoche,
14:Four Powers Of The Mother
   In talking about the four powers of the Mother, it helps to know that in India, traditionally, the evolutionary principle of creation is approached, and adored, as the great Mother. Sri Aurobindo distinguishes four main powers and personalities through which this evolutionary force manifests.
   Maheshwari - One is her personality of calm wideness and comprehending wisdom and tranquil benignity and inexhaustible compassion and sovereign and surpassing majesty and all-ruling greatness.
   Mahakali - Another embodies her power of splendid strength and irresistible passion, her warrior mood, her overwhelming will, her impetuous swiftness and world-shaking force.
   Mahalakshmi - A third is vivid and sweet and wonderful with her deep secret of beauty and harmony and fine rhythm, her intricate and subtle opulence, her compelling attraction and captivating grace.
   Mahasaraswati - The fourth is equipped with her close and profound capacity of intimate knowledge and careful flawless work and quiet and exact perfection in all things.
   ~ ?,,
   Mother, in your symbol the twelve petals signify the twelve inner planes, don't they?

It signifies anything one wants, you see. Twelve: that's the number of Aditi, of Mahashakti. So it applies to everything; all her action has twelve aspects. There are also her twelve virtues, her twelve powers, her twelve aspects, and then her twelve planes of manifestation and many other things that are twelve; and the symbol, the number twelve is in itself a symbol. It is the symbol of manifestation, double perfection, in essence and in manifestation, in the creation.

   What are the twelve aspects, Sweet Mother?

Ah, my child, I have described this somewhere, but I don't remember now. For it is always a choice, you see; according to what one wants to say, one can choose these twelve aspects or twelve others, or give them different names. The same aspect can be named in different ways. This does not have the fixity of a mental theory. (Silence)
   According to the angle from which one sees the creation, one day I may describe twelve aspects to you; and then another day, because I have shifted my centre of observation, I may describe twelve others, and they will be equally true.
   (To Vishwanath) Is it the wind that's producing this storm? It is very good for a dramatic stage-effect.... The traitor is approaching in the night... yes? We are waiting for some terrible deed....
   ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1954, 395,
16:Behind the traditional way of Knowledge, justifying its thought-process of elimination and withdrawal, stands an over-mastering spiritual experience. Deep, intense, convincing, common to all who have overstepped a certain limit of the active mind-belt into the horizonless inner space, this is the great experience of liberation, the consciousness of something within us that is behind and outside of the universe and all its forms, interests, aims, events and happenings, calm, untouched, unconcerned, illimitable, immobile, free, the uplook to something above us indescribable and unseizable into which by abolition of our personality we can enter, the presence of an omnipresent eternal witness Purusha, the sense of an Infinity or a Timelessness that looks down on us from an august negation of all our existence and is alone the one thing Real. This experience is the highest sublimation of spiritualised mind looking resolutely beyond its own existence. No one who has not passed through this liberation can be entirely free from the mind and its meshes, but one is not compelled to linger in this experience for ever. Great as it is, it is only the Mind's overwhelming experience of what is beyond itself and all it can conceive. It is a supreme negative experience, but beyond it is all the tremendous light of an infinite consciousness, an illimitable Knowledge, an affirmative absolute Presence.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga, The Object of Knowledge, 278-279,
17:Here the formula of the supreme knowledge comes to our help; we have nothing to do in our essential standpoint with these distinctions, for there is no I nor thou, but only one divine Self equal in all embodiments, equal in the individual and the group, and to realise that, to express that, to serve that, to fulfil that is all that matters. Self-satisfaction and altruism, enjoyment and indifference are not the essential thing. If the realisation, fulfilment, service of the one Self demands from us an action that seems to others self-service or self-assertion in the egoistic sense or seems egoistic enjoyment and self-indulgence, that action we must do; we must be governed by the guide within rather than by the opinions of men. The influence of the environment works often with great subtlety; we prefer and put on almost unconsciously the garb which will look best in the eye that regards us from outside and we allow a veil to drop over the eye within; we are impelled to drape ourselves in the vow of poverty, or in the garb of service, or in outward proofs of indifference and renunciation and a spotless sainthood because that is what tradition and opinion demand of us and so we can make best an impression on our environment. But all this is vanity and delusion. We may be called upon to assume these things, for that may be the uniform of our service; but equally it may not. The eye of man outside matters nothing; the eye within is all.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga,
18:When, then, by the withdrawal of the centre of consciousness from identification with the mind, life and body, one has discovered ones true self, discovered the oneness of that self with the pure, silent, immutable Brahman, discovered in the immutable, in the Akshara Brahman, that by which the individual being escapes from his own personality into the impersonal, the first movement of the Path of Knowledge has been completed. It is the sole that is absolutely necessary for the traditional aim of the Yoga of Knowledge, for immergence, for escape from cosmic existence, for release into the absolute and ineffable Parabrahman who is beyond all cosmic being. The seeker of this ultimate release may take other realisations on his way, may realise the Lord of the universe, the Purusha who manifests Himself in all creatures, may arrive at the cosmic consciousness, may know and feel his unity with all beings; but these are only stages or circumstances of his journey, results of the unfolding of his soul as it approaches nearer the ineffable goal. To pass beyond them all is his supreme object. When on the other hand, having attained to the freedom and the silence and the peace, we resume possession by the cosmic consciousness of the active as well as the silent Brahman and can securely live in the divine freedom as well as rest in it, we have completed the second movement of the Path by which the integrality of self-knowledge becomes the station of the liberated soul.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga,
19:Yet this was only a foretaste of the intense experiences to come. The first glimpse of the Divine Mother made him the more eager for Her uninterrupted vision. He wanted to see Her both in meditation and with eyes open. But the Mother began to play a teasing game of hide-and-seek with him, intensifying both his joy and his suffering. Weeping bitterly during the moments of separation from Her, he would pass into a trance and then find Her standing before him, smiling, talking, consoling, bidding him be of good cheer, and instructing him. During this period of spiritual practice he had many uncommon experiences. When he sat to meditate, he would hear strange clicking sounds in the joints of his legs, as if someone were locking them up, one after the other, to keep him motionless; and at the conclusion of his meditation he would again hear the same sounds, this time unlocking them and leaving him free to move about. He would see flashes like a swarm of fire-flies floating before his eyes, or a sea of deep mist around him, with luminous waves of molten silver. Again, from a sea of translucent mist he would behold the Mother rising, first Her feet, then Her waist, body, face, and head, finally Her whole person; he would feel Her breath and hear Her voice. Worshipping in the temple, sometimes he would become exalted, sometimes he would remain motionless as stone, sometimes he would almost collapse from excessive emotion. Many of his actions, contrary to all tradition, seemed sacrilegious to the people. He would take a flower and touch it to his own head, body, and feet, and then offer it to the Goddess. ~ Sri Ramakrishna, Gospel,
20:In the Judeo-Christian tradition, it is called 'the resurrection body ' and 'the glorified body.' The prophet Isaiah said, 'The dead shall live, their bodies shall rise' (Isa. 26:19). St. Paul called it 'the celestial body' or 'spiritual body ' (soma pneumatikon) (I Corinthians 15:40). In Sufism it is called 'the most sacred body ' (wujud al-aqdas) and 'supracelestial body ' (jism asli haqiqi). In Taoism, it is called 'the diamond body,' and those who have attained it are called 'the immortals' and 'the cloudwalkers.' In Tibetan Buddhism it is called 'the light body.' In Tantrism and some schools of yoga, it is called 'the vajra body,' 'the adamantine body,' and 'the divine body.' In Kriya yoga it is called 'the body of bliss.' In Vedanta it is called 'the superconductive body.' In Gnosticism and Neoplatonism, it is called 'the radiant body.' In the alchemical tradition, the Emerald Tablet calls it 'the Glory of the Whole Universe' and 'the golden body.' The alchemist Paracelsus called it 'the astral body.' In the Hermetic Corpus, it is called 'the immortal body ' (soma athanaton). In some mystery schools, it is called 'the solar body.' In Rosicrucianism, it is called 'the diamond body of the temple of God.' In ancient Egypt it was called 'the luminous body or being' (akh). In Old Persia it was called 'the indwelling divine potential' (fravashi or fravarti). In the Mithraic liturgy it was called 'the perfect body ' (soma teilion). In the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo, it is called 'the divine body,' composed of supramental substance. In the philosophy of Teilhard de Chardin, it is called 'the ultrahuman'.
   ~ ?,,
21:But usually the representative influence occupies a much larger place in the life of the sadhaka. If the Yoga is guided by a received written Shastra, - some Word from the past which embodies the experience of former Yogins, - it may be practised either by personal effort alone or with the aid of a Guru. The spiritual knowledge is then gained through meditation on the truths that are taught and it is made living and conscious by their realisation in the personal experience; the Yoga proceeds by the results of prescribed methods taught in a Scripture or a tradition and reinforced and illumined by the instructions of the Master. This is a narrower practice, but safe and effective within its limits, because it follows a well-beaten track to a long familiar goal.

For the sadhaka of the integral Yoga it is necessary to remember that no written Shastra, however great its authority or however large its spirit, can be more than a partial expression of the eternal Knowledge. He will use, but never bind himself even by the greatest Scripture. Where the Scripture is profound, wide, catholic, it may exercise upon him an influence for the highest good and of incalculable importance. It may be associated in his experience with his awakening to crowning verities and his realisation of the highest experiences. His Yoga may be governed for a long time by one Scripture or by several successively, - if it is in the line of the great Hindu tradition, by the Gita, for example, the Upanishads, the Veda. Or it may be a good part of his development to include in its material a richly varied experience of the truths of many Scriptures and make the future opulent with all that is best in the past. But in the end he must take his station, or better still, if he can, always and from the beginning he must live in his own soul beyond the limitations of the word that he uses. The Gita itself thus declares that the Yogin in his progress must pass beyond the written Truth, - sabdabrahmativartate - beyond all that he has heard and all that he has yet to hear, - srotavyasya srutasya ca. For he is not the sadhaka of a book or of many books; he is a sadhaka of the Infinite. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga, The Four Aids,
22:As Korzybski and the general semanticists have pointed out, our words, symbols, signs, thoughts and ideas are merely maps of reality, not reality itself, because "the map is not the territory." The word "water" won't satisfy your thirst.

   But we live in the world of maps and words as if it were the real world. Following in the footsteps of Adam, we have become totally lost in a world of purely fantasy maps and boundaries. And these illusory boundaries, with the opposites they create, have become our impassioned battles.
   Most of our "problems of living," then, are based on the illusion that the opposites can and should be separated and isolated from one anotheR But since all opposites are actually aspects of one underlying reality, this is like trying to totally separate the two ends of a single rubber band. All you can do is pull harder and harder-until something violently snaps. Thus we might be able to understand that, in all the mystical traditions the world over, one who sees through the illusion of the opposites is called "liberated." Because he is "freed from the pairs" of opposites, he is freed in this life from the fundamentally nonsensical problems and conflicts involved in the war of opposites. He no longer manipulates the opposites one against the other in his search for peace, but instead transcends them both. Not good vs. evil but beyond good and evil. Not life against death but a center of awareness that transcends both. The point is not to separate the opposites and make "positive progress," but rather to unify and harmonize the opposites, both positive and negative, by discovering a ground which transcends and encompasses them both. And that ground, as we will soon see, is unity consciousness itself. In the meantime, let us note, as does the Hindu scripture Bhagavad Gita, that liberation is not freedom from the negative, but freedom from the pairs altogether:
   Content with getting what arrives of itself
   Passed beyond the pairs, free from envy,
   Not attached to success nor failure,
   Even acting, he is not bound.
   He is to be recognized as eternally free
   Who neither loathes nor craves;
   For he that is freed from the pairs,
   Is easily freed from conflict.

   ~ Ken Wilber, No Boundary,
23:Are there no false visions?
There are what in appearance are false visions. There are, for instance, hundreds or thousands of people who say that they have seen the Christ. Of that number those who have actually seen Him are perhaps less than a dozen, and even with them there is much to say about what they have seen. What the others saw may be an emanation; or it may be a thought or even an image remembered by the mind. There are, too, those who are strong believers in the Christ and have had a vision of some Force or Being or some remembered image that is very luminous and makes upon them a strong impression. They have seen something which they feel belongs to another world, to a supernatural order, and it has created in them an emotion of fear, awe or joy; and as they believe in the Christ, they can think of nothing else and say it is He. But the same vision or experience if it comes to one who believes in the Hindu, the Mohammedan or some other religion, will take a different name and form. The thing seen or experienced may be fundamentally the same, but it is formulated differently according to the different make-up of the apprehending mind. It is only those that can go beyond beliefs and faiths and myths and traditions who are able to say what it really is; but these are few, very few. You must be free from every mental construction, you must divest yourself of all that is merely local or temporal, before you can know what you have seen.

   Spiritual experience means the contact with the Divine in oneself (or without, which comes to the same thing in that domain). And it is an experience identical everywhere in all countries, among all peoples and even in all ages. If you meet the Divine, you meet it always and everywhere in the same way. Difference comes in because between the experience and its formulation there is almost an abyss. Directly you have spiritual experience, which takes place always in the inner consciousness, it is translated into your external consciousness and defined there in one way or another according to your education, your faith, your mental predisposition. There is only one truth, one reality; but the forms through which it may be expressed are many. 21 April 1929 ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1929-1931,
24:In the Indian spiritual tradition, a heart's devotion to God, called Bhakti, is regarded as the easiest path to the Divine. What is Bhakti? Is it some extravagant religious sentimentalism? Is it inferior to the path of Knowledge? What is the nature of pure and complete spiritual devotion to God and how to realise it?

What Is Devotion?

...bhakti in its fullness is nothing but an entire self-giving. But then all meditation, all tapasya, all means of prayer or mantra must have that as its end... [SABCL, 23:799]

Devotion Is a State of the Heart and Soul

Bhakti is not an experience, it is a state of the heart and soul. It is a state which comes when the psychic being is awake and prominent. [SABCL, 23:776]

...Worship is only the first step on the path of devotion. Where external worship changes into the inner adoration, real Bhakti begins; that deepens into the intensity of divine love; that love leads to the joy of closeness in our relations with the Divine; the joy of closeness passes into the bliss of union. [SABCL, 21:525]

Devotion without Gratitude Is Incomplete

...there is another movement which should constantly accompany devotion. ... That kind of sense of gratitude that the Divine exists; that feeling of a marvelling thankfulness which truly fills you with a sublime joy at the fact that the Divine exists, that there is something in the universe which is the Divine, that it is not just the monstrosity we see, that there is the Divine, the Divine exists. And each time that the least thing puts you either directly or indirectly in contactwith this sublime Reality of divine existence, the heart is filled with so intense, so marvellous a joy, such a gratitude as of all things has the most delightful taste.

There is nothing which gives you a joy equal to that of gratitude. One hears a bird sing, sees a lovely flower, looks at a little child, observes an act of generosity, reads a beautiful sentence, looks at the setting sun, no matter what, suddenly this comes upon you, this kind of emotion-indeed so deep, so intense-that the world manifests the Divine, that there is something behind the world which is the Divine.

So I find that devotion without gratitude is quite incomplete, gratitude must come with devotion. ~ The Mother,
25:Countless books on divination, astrology, medicine and other subjects
Describe ways to read signs. They do add to your learning,
But they generate new thoughts and your stable attention breaks up.
Cut down on this kind of knowledge - that's my sincere advice.

You stop arranging your usual living space,
But make everything just right for your retreat.
This makes little sense and just wastes time.
Forget all this - that's my sincere advice.

You make an effort at practice and become a good and knowledgeable person.
You may even master some particular capabilities.
But whatever you attach to will tie you up.
Be unbiased and know how to let things be - that's my sincere advice.

You may think awakened activity means to subdue skeptics
By using sorcery, directing or warding off hail or lightning, for example.
But to burn the minds of others will lead you to lower states.
Keep a low profile - that's my sincere advice.

Maybe you collect a lot of important writings,
Major texts, personal instructions, private notes, whatever.
If you haven't practiced, books won't help you when you die.
Look at the mind - that's my sincere advice.

When you focus on practice, to compare understandings and experience,
Write books or poetry, to compose songs about your experience
Are all expressions of your creativity. But they just give rise to thinking.
Keep yourself free from intellectualization - that's my sincere advice.

In these difficult times you may feel that it is helpful
To be sharp and critical with aggressive people around you.
This approach will just be a source of distress and confusion for you.
Speak calmly - that's my sincere advice.

Intending to be helpful and without personal investment,
You tell your friends what is really wrong with them.
You may have been honest but your words gnaw at their heart.
Speak pleasantly - that's my sincere advice.

You engage in discussions, defending your views and refuting others'
Thinking that you are clarifying the teachings.
But this just gives rise to emotional posturing.
Keep quiet - that's my sincere advice.

You feel that you are being loyal
By being partial to your teacher, lineage or philosophical tradition.
Boosting yourself and putting down others just causes hard feelings.
Have nothing to do with all this - that's my sincere advice.
~ Longchenpa, excerpts from 30 Pieces of Sincere Advice
26:The last sentence: " the Truth-Creation the law is that of a constant unfolding without any Pralaya." What is this constant unfolding?

The Truth-Creation... it is the last line? (Mother consults the book) I think we have already spoken about this several times. It has been said that in the process of creation, there is the movement of creation followed by a movement of preservation and ending in a movement of disintegration or destruction; and even it has been repeated very often: "All that begins must end", etc., etc.

In fact in the history of our universe there have been six consecutive periods which began by a creation, were prolonged by a force of preservation and ended by a disintegration, a destruction, a return to the Origin, which is called Pralaya; and that is why this tradition is there. But it has been said that the seventh creation would be a progressive creation, that is, after the starting-point of the creation, instead of its being simply followed by a preservation, it would be followed by a progressive manifestation which would express the Divine more and more completely, so that no disintegration and return to the Origin would be necessary. And it has been announced that the period we are in is precisely the seventh, that is, it would not end by a Pralaya, a return to the Origin, a destruction, a disappearance, but that it would be replaced by a constant progress, because it would be a more and more perfect unfolding of the divine Origin in its creation.

And this is what Sri Aurobindo says. He speaks of a constant unfolding, that is, the Divine manifests more and more completely; more and more perfectly, in a progressive creation. It is the nature of this progression which makes the return to the Origin, the destruction no longer necessary. All that does not progress disappears, and that is why physical bodies die, it's because they are not progressive; they are progressive up to a certain moment, then there they stop and most often they remain stable for a certain time, and then they begin to decline, and then disappear. It's because the physical body, physical matter as it is at present is not plastic enough to be able to progress constantly. But it is not impossible to make it sufficiently plastic for the perfecting of the physical body to be such that it no longer needs disintegration, that is, death.

Only, this cannot be realised except by the descent of the Supermind which is a force higher than all those which have so far manifested and which will give the body a plasticity that will allow it to progress constantly, that is, to follow the divine movement in its unfolding. ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1955, 207-209,
27:Sweet Mother, there's a flower you have named "The Creative Word".


What does that mean?

It is the word which creates.

There are all kinds of old traditions, old Hindu traditions, old Chaldean traditions in which the Divine, in the form of the Creator, that is, in His aspect as Creator, pronounces a word which has the power to create. So it is this... And it is the origin of the mantra. The mantra is the spoken word which has a creative power. An invocation is made and there is an answer to the invocation; or one makes a prayer and the prayer is granted. This is the Word, the Word which, in its sound... it is not only the idea, it is in the sound that there's a power of creation. It is the origin, you see, of the mantra.

In Indian mythology the creator God is Brahma, and I think that it was precisely his power which has been symbolised by this flower, "The Creative Word". And when one is in contact with it, the words spoken have a power of evocation or creation or formation or transformation; the words... sound always has a power; it has much more power than men think. It may be a good power and it may be a bad power. It creates vibrations which have an undeniable effect. It is not so much the idea as the sound; the idea too has its own power, but in its own domain - whereas the sound has a power in the material world.

I think I have explained this to you once; I told you, for example, that words spoken casually, usually without any re- flection and without attaching any importance to them, can be used to do something very good. I think I spoke to you about "Bonjour", "Good Day", didn't I? When people meet and say "Bonjour", they do so mechanically and without thinking. But if you put a will into it, an aspiration to indeed wish someone a good day, well, there is a way of saying "Good Day" which is very effective, much more effective than if simply meeting someone you thought: "Ah! I hope he has a good day", without saying anything. If with this hope in your thought you say to him in a certain way, "Good Day", you make it more concrete and more effective.

It's the same thing, by the way, with curses, or when one gets angry and says bad things to people. This can do them as much harm - more harm sometimes - than if you were to give them a slap. With very sensitive people it can put their stomach out of order or give them palpitation, because you put into it an evil force which has a power of destruction.

It is not at all ineffective to speak. Naturally it depends a great deal on each one's inner power. People who have no strength and no consciousness can't do very much - unless they employ material means. But to the extent that you are strong, especially when you have a powerful vital, you must have a great control on what you say, otherwise you can do much harm. Without wanting to, without knowing it; through ignorance.

Anything? No? Nothing?

Another question?... Everything's over? ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1955, 347-349,
28:28 August 1957
Mother, Sri Aurobindo says here: "Whether the whole of humanity would be touched [by the Supramental influence] or only a part of it ready for the change would depend on what was intended or possible in the continued order of the universe."
The Supramental Manifestation, SABCL, Vol. 16, p. 56

What is meant by "what was intended or possible"? The two things are different. So far you have said that if humanity changes, if it wants to participate in the new birth...

It is the same thing. But when you look at an object on a certain plane, you see it horizontally, and when you look at the same object from another plane, you see it vertically. (Mother shows the cover and the back of her book.) So, if one looks from above, one says "intended"; if one looks from below, one says "possible".... But it is absolutely the same thing, only the point of view is different.

But in that case, it is not our incapacity or lack of will to change that makes any difference.

We have already said this many a time. If you remain in a consciousness which functions mentally, even if it is the highest mind, you have the notion of an absolute determinism of cause and effect and feel that things are what they are because they are what they are and cannot be otherwise.

It is only when you come out of the mental consciousness completely and enter a higher perception of things - which you may call spiritual or divine - that you suddenly find yourself in a state of perfect freedom where everything is possible.


Those who have contacted that state or lived in it, even if only for a moment, try to describe it as a feeling of an absolute Will in action, which immediately gives to the human mentality the feeling of being arbitrary. And because of that distortion there arises the idea - which I might call traditional - of a supreme and arbitrary God, which is something most unacceptable to every enlightened mind. I suppose that this experience badly expressed is at the origin of this notion. And in fact it is incorrect to express it as an absolute Will: it is very, very, very different. It is something else altogether. For, what man understands by "Will" is a decision that is taken and carried out. We are obliged to use the word "will", but in its truth the Will acting in the universe is neither a choice nor a decision that is taken. What seems to me the closest expression is "vision". Things are because they are seen. But of course "seen", not seen as we see with these eyes.

(Mother touches her eyes...) All the same, it is the nearest thing.
It is a vision - a vision unfolding itself.
The universe becomes objective as it is progressively seen.

And that is why Sri Aurobindo has said "intended or possible". It is neither one nor the other. All that can be said is a distortion.


Objectivisation - universal objectivisation - is something like a projection in space and time, like a living image of what is from all eternity. And as the image is gradually projected on the screen of time and space, it becomes objective:

The Supreme contemplating His own Image.
~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1957-1958,
29:"If the Divine that is all love is the source of the creation, whence have come all the evils abounding upon earth?"

   "All is from the Divine; but the One Consciousness, the Supreme has not created the world directly out of itself; a Power has gone out of it and has descended through many gradations of its workings and passed through many agents. There are many creators or rather 'formateurs', form-makers, who have presided over the creation of the world. They are intermediary agents and I prefer to call them 'Formateurs' and not 'Creators'; for what they have done is to give the form and turn and nature to matter. There have been many, and some have formed things harmonious and benignant and some have shaped things mischievous and evil. And some too have been distorters rather than builders, for they have interfered and spoiled what was begun well by others." - Questions and Answers 1929 - 1931 (30 June 1929)

   You say, "Many creators or rather 'formateurs', formmakers, have presided over the creation of the world." Who are these 'formateurs'?

   That depends. They have been given many names. All has been done by gradations and through individual beings of all kinds. Each state of being is inhabited by entities, individualities and personalities and each one has created a world around him or has contributed to the formation of certain beings upon earth. The last creators are those of the vital world, but there are beings of the Overmind (Sri Aurobindo calls this plane the Overmind), who have created, given forms, sent out emanations, and these emanations again had their emanations and so on. What I meant is that it is not the Divine Will that acted directly on Matter to give to the world the required form, it is by passing through layers, so to say, planes of the world, as for example, the mental plane - there are so many beings on the mental plane who are form-makers, who have taken part in the formation of some beings who have incarnated upon earth. On the vital plane also the same thing happens.

   For example, there is a tradition which says that the whole world of insects is the outcome of the form-makers of the vital world, and that this is why they take such absolutely diabolical shapes when they are magnified under the microscope. You saw the other day, when you were shown the microbes in water? Naturally the pictures were made to amuse, to strike the imagination, but they are based on real forms, so magnified, however, that they look like monsters. Almost the whole world of insects is a world of microscopic monsters which, had they been larger in size, would have been quite terrifying. So it is said these are entities of the vital world, beings of the vital who created that for fun and amused themselves forming all these impossible beasts which make human life altogether unpleasant.

   Did these intermediaries also come out of the Divine Power?
   Through intermediaries, yes, not directly. These beings are not in direct contact with the Divine (there are exceptions, I mean as a general rule), they are beings who are in relation with other beings, who are again in relation with others, and these with still others, and so on, in a hierarchy, up to the Supreme.(to be continued....) ~ The Mother, Question and Answers,
30:At it's narrowest (although this is a common and perhaps the official position; need to find ref in What is Enlightenment) "integral", "turquois" (Spiral Dynamics), and "second tier" (ditto) are all synonms, and in turn are equivalent to Wilber IV / AQAL/Wilber V "Post-metaphysical" AQAL. This is the position that "Integral = Ken Wilber". It constitutes a new philosophical school or meme-set, in the tradition of charismatic spiritual teachers of all ages, in which an articulate, brilliant, and popular figure would arise, and gather a following around him- or her-self. After the teacher passes on, their teaching remains through books and organisations dedicated to perpetuating that teaching; although without the brilliant light of the Founder, things generally become pretty stultifying, and there is often little or no original development. Even so, the books themselves continue to inspire, and many people benefit greatly from these tecahings, and can contact the original Light of the founders to be inspired by them on the subtle planes. Some late 19th, 20th, and early 21st century examples of such teachers, known and less well-known, are Blavatsky, Theon, Steiner, Aurobindo, Gurdjieff, Crowley, Alice Bailey, Carl Jung, Ann Ree Colton, and now Ken Wilber. Also, many popular gurus belong in this category. It could plausibly be suggested that the founders of the great world religions started out no different, but their teaching really caught on n a big way.


At its broadest then, the Integral Community includes not only Wilber but those he cites as his influences and hold universal and evolutionary views or teachings, as well as those who, while influenced by him also differ somewhat, and even those like Arthur M Young that Wilber has apparently never heard of. Nevertheless, all share a common, evolutionary, "theory of everything" position, and, whilst they may differ on many details and even on many major points, taken together they could be considered a wave front for a new paradigm, a memetic revolution. I use the term Daimon of the Integral Movement to refer to the spiritual being or personality of light that is behind and working through this broader movement.

Now, this doesn't mean that this daimon is necessarily a negative entity. I see a lot of promise, a lot of potential, in the Integral Approach. From what I feel at the moment, the Integral Deva is a force and power of good.

But, as with any new spiritual or evolutionary development, there is duality, in that there are forces that hinder and oppose and distort, as well as forces that help and aid in the evolution and ultimate divinisation of the Earth and the cosmos. Thus even where a guru does give in the dark side (as very often happens with many gurus today) there still remains an element of Mixed Light that remains (one finds this ambiguity with Sai Baba, with Da Free John, and with Rajneesh); and we find this same ambiguity with the Integral Community regarding what seems to me a certain offputting devotional attitude towards Wilber himself. The light will find its way, regardless. However, an Intregral Movement that is caught up in worship of and obedience to an authority figure, will not be able to achieve what a movement unfettered by such shackles could. ~ M Alan Kazlev, Kheper, Wilber, Integral,
31:(Novum Organum by Francis Bacon.)
   34. "Four species of idols beset the human mind, to which (for distinction's sake) we have assigned names, calling the first Idols of the Tribe, the second Idols of the Den, the third Idols of the Market, the fourth Idols of the Theatre.
   40. "The information of notions and axioms on the foundation of true induction is the only fitting remedy by which we can ward off and expel these idols. It is, however, of great service to point them out; for the doctrine of idols bears the same relation to the interpretation of nature as that of the confutation of sophisms does to common logic.
   41. "The idols of the tribe are inherent in human nature and the very tribe or race of man; for man's sense is falsely asserted to be the standard of things; on the contrary, all the perceptions both of the senses and the mind bear reference to man and not to the Universe, and the human mind resembles these uneven mirrors which impart their own properties to different objects, from which rays are emitted and distort and disfigure them.
   42. "The idols of the den are those of each individual; for everybody (in addition to the errors common to the race of man) has his own individual den or cavern, which intercepts and corrupts the light of nature, either from his own peculiar and singular disposition, or from his education and intercourse with others, or from his reading, and the authority acquired by those whom he reverences and admires, or from the different impressions produced on the mind, as it happens to be preoccupied and predisposed, or equable and tranquil, and the like; so that the spirit of man (according to its several dispositions), is variable, confused, and, as it were, actuated by chance; and Heraclitus said well that men search for knowledge in lesser worlds, and not in the greater or common world.
   43. "There are also idols formed by the reciprocal intercourse and society of man with man, which we call idols of the market, from the commerce and association of men with each other; for men converse by means of language, but words are formed at the will of the generality, and there arises from a bad and unapt formation of words a wonderful obstruction to the mind. Nor can the definitions and explanations with which learned men are wont to guard and protect themselves in some instances afford a complete remedy-words still manifestly force the understanding, throw everything into confusion, and lead mankind into vain and innumerable controversies and fallacies.
   44. "Lastly, there are idols which have crept into men's minds from the various dogmas of peculiar systems of philosophy, and also from the perverted rules of demonstration, and these we denominate idols of the theatre: for we regard all the systems of philosophy hitherto received or imagined, as so many plays brought out and performed, creating fictitious and theatrical worlds. Nor do we speak only of the present systems, or of the philosophy and sects of the ancients, since numerous other plays of a similar nature can be still composed and made to agree with each other, the causes of the most opposite errors being generally the same. Nor, again, do we allude merely to general systems, but also to many elements and axioms of sciences which have become inveterate by tradition, implicit credence, and neglect. ~ Alfred Korzybski, Manhood of Humanity,
32:There's an idea in Christianity of the image of God as a Trinity. There's the element of the Father, there's the element of the Son, and there's the element of the Holy Spirit. It's something like the spirit of tradition, human beings as the living incarnation of that tradition, and the spirit in people that makes relationship with the spirit and individuals possible. I'm going to bounce my way quickly through some of the classical, metaphorical attributes of God, so that we kind of have a cloud of notions about what we're talking about, when we return to Genesis 1 and talk about the God who spoke chaos into Being.

There's a fatherly aspect, so here's what God as a father is like. You can enter into a covenant with it, so you can make a bargain with it. Now, you think about that. Money is like that, because money is a bargain you make with the future. We structured our world so that you can negotiate with the future. I don't think that we would have got to the point where we could do that without having this idea to begin with. You can act as if the future's a reality; there's a spirit of tradition that enables you to act as if the future is something that can be bargained with. That's why you make sacrifices. The sacrifices were acted out for a very long period of time, and now they're psychological. We know that you can sacrifice something valuable in the present and expect that you're negotiating with something that's representing the transcendent future. That's an amazing human discovery. No other creature can do that; to act as if the future is real; to know that you can bargain with reality itself, and that you can do it successfully. It's unbelievable.

It responds to sacrifice. It answers prayers. I'm not saying that any of this is true, by the way. I'm just saying what the cloud of ideas represents. It punishes and rewards. It judges and forgives. It's not nature. One of the things weird about the Judeo-Christian tradition is that God and nature are not the same thing, at all. Whatever God is, partially manifest in this logos, is something that stands outside of nature. I think that's something like consciousness as abstracted from the natural world. It built Eden for mankind and then banished us for disobedience. It's too powerful to be touched. It granted free will. Distance from it is hell. Distance from it is death. It reveals itself in dogma and in mystical experience, and it's the law. That's sort of like the fatherly aspect.

The son-like aspect. It speaks chaos into order. It slays dragons and feeds people with the remains. It finds gold. It rescues virgins. It is the body and blood of Christ. It is a tragic victim, scapegoat, and eternally triumphant redeemer simultaneously. It cares for the outcast. It dies and is reborn. It is the king of kings and hero of heroes. It's not the state, but is both the fulfillment and critic of the state. It dwells in the perfect house. It is aiming at paradise or heaven. It can rescue from hell. It cares for the outcast. It is the foundation and the cornerstone that was rejected. It is the spirit of the law.

The spirit-like aspect. It's akin to the human soul. It's the prophetic voice. It's the still, small voice of conscience. It's the spoken truth. It's called forth by music. It is the enemy of deceit, arrogance, and resentment. It is the water of life. It burns without consuming. It's a blinding light.

That's a very well-developed set of poetic metaphors. These are all...what would you say...glimpses of the transcendent ideal. That's the right way of thinking about it. They're glimpses of the transcendent ideal, and all of them have a specific meaning. In part, what we're going to do is go over that meaning, as we continue with this series. What we've got now is a brief description, at least, of what this is. ~ Jordan Peterson, Biblical Series, 1,
33:The perfect supramental action will not follow any single principle or limited rule.It is not likely to satisfy the standard either of the individual egoist or of any organised group-mind. It will conform to the demand neither of the positive practical man of the world nor of the formal moralist nor of the patriot nor of the sentimental philanthropist nor of the idealising philosopher. It will proceed by a spontaneous outflowing from the summits in the totality of an illumined and uplifted being, will and knowledge and not by the selected, calculated and standardised action which is all that the intellectual reason or ethical will can achieve. Its sole aim will be the expression of the divine in us and the keeping together of the world and its progress towards the Manifestation that is to be. This even will not be so much an aim and purpose as a spontaneous law of the being and an intuitive determination of the action by the Light of the divine Truth and its automatic influence. It will proceed like the action of Nature from a total will and knowledge behind her, but a will and knowledge enlightened in a conscious supreme Nature and no longer obscure in this ignorant Prakriti. It will be an action not bound by the dualities but full and large in the spirit's impartial joy of existence. The happy and inspired movement of a divine Power and Wisdom guiding and impelling us will replace the perplexities and stumblings of the suffering and ignorant ego.
   If by some miracle of divine intervention all mankind at once could be raised to this level, we should have something on earth like the Golden Age of the traditions, Satya Yuga, the Age of Truth or true existence. For the sign of the Satya Yuga is that the Law is spontaneous and conscious in each creature and does its own works in a perfect harmony and freedom. Unity and universality, not separative division, would be the foundation of the consciousness of the race; love would be absolute; equality would be consistent with hierarchy and perfect in difference; absolute justice would be secured by the spontaneous action of the being in harmony with the truth of things and the truth of himself and others and therefore sure of true and right result; right reason, no longer mental but supramental, would be satisfied not by the observation of artificial standards but by the free automatic perception of right relations and their inevitable execution in the act. The quarrel between the individual and society or disastrous struggle between one community and another could not exist: the cosmic consciousness imbedded in embodied beings would assure a harmonious diversity in oneness.
   In the actual state of humanity, it is the individual who must climb to this height as a pioneer and precursor. His isolation will necessarily give a determination and a form to his outward activities that must be quite other than those of a consciously divine collective action. The inner state, the root of his acts, will be the same; but the acts themselves may well be very different from what they would be on an earth liberated from ignorance. Nevertheless his consciousness and the divine mechanism of his conduct, if such a word can be used of so free a thing, would be such as has been described, free from that subjection to vital impurity and desire and wrong impulse which we call sin, unbound by that rule of prescribed moral formulas which we call virtue, spontaneously sure and pure and perfect in a greater consciousness than the mind's, governed in all its steps by the light and truth of the Spirit. But if a collectivity or group could be formed of those who had reached the supramental perfection, there indeed some divine creation could take shape; a new earth could descend that would be a new heaven, a world of supramental light could be created here amidst the receding darkness of this terrestrial ignorance. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga, Standards of Conduct and Spiritual Freedom, 206,
   Guru yoga is an essential practice in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism and Bon. This is true in sutra, tantra, and Dzogchen. It develops the heart connection with the masteR By continually strengthening our devotion, we come to the place of pure devotion in ourselves, which is the unshakeable, powerful base of the practice. The essence of guru yoga is to merge the practitioner's mind with the mind of the master.
   What is the true master? It is the formless, fundamental nature of mind, the primordial awareness of the base of everything, but because we exist in dualism, it is helpful for us to visualize this in a form. Doing so makes skillful use of the dualisms of the conceptual mind, to further strengthen devotion and help us stay directed toward practice and the generation of positive qualities.
   In the Bon tradition, we often visualize either Tapihritsa* as the master, or the Buddha ShenlaOdker*, who represents the union of all the masters. If you are already a practitioner, you may have another deity to visualize, like Guru Rinpoche or a yidam or dakini. While it is important to work with a lineage with which you have a connection, you should understand that the master you visualize is the embodiment of all the masters with whom you are connected, all the teachers with whom you have studied, all the deities to whom you have commitments. The master in guru yoga is not just one individual, but the essence of enlightenment, the primordial awareness that is your true nature.
   The master is also the teacher from whom you receive the teachings. In the Tibetan tradition, we say the master is more important than the Buddha. Why? Because the master is the immediate messenger of the teachings, the one who brings the Buddha's wisdom to the student. Without the master we could not find our way to the Buddha. So we should feel as much devotion to the master as we would to the Buddha if the Buddha suddenly appeared in front of us.
   Guru yoga is not just about generating some feeling toward a visualized image. It is done to find the fundamental mind in yourself that is the same as the fundamental mind of all your teachers, and of all the Buddhas and realized beings that have ever lived. When you merge with the guru, you merge with your pristine true nature, which is the real guide and masteR But this should not be an abstract practice. When you do guru yoga, try to feel such intense devotion that the hair stands upon your neck, tears start down your face, and your heart opens and fills with great love. Let yourself merge in union with the guru's mind, which is your enlightened Buddha-nature. This is the way to practice guru yoga.
The Practice
   After the nine breaths, still seated in meditation posture, visualize the master above and in front of you. This should not be a flat, two dimensional picture-let a real being exist there, in three dimensions, made of light, pure, and with a strong presence that affects the feeling in your body,your energy, and your mind. Generate strong devotion and reflect on the great gift of the teachings and the tremendous good fortune you enjoy in having made a connection to them. Offer a sincere prayer, asking that your negativities and obscurations be removed, that your positive qualities develop, and that you accomplish dream yoga.
   Then imagine receiving blessings from the master in the form of three colored lights that stream from his or her three wisdom doors- of body, speech, and mind-into yours. The lights should be transmitted in the following sequence: White light streams from the master's brow chakra into yours, purifying and relaxing your entire body and physical dimension. Then red light streams from the master's throat chakra into yours, purifying and relaxing your energetic dimension. Finally, blue light streams from the master's heart chakra into yours, purifying and relaxing your mind.
   When the lights enter your body, feel them. Let your body, energy, and mind relax, suffused inwisdom light. Use your imagination to make the blessing real in your full experience, in your body and energy as well as in the images in your mind.
   After receiving the blessing, imagine the master dissolving into light that enters your heart and resides there as your innermost essence. Imagine that you dissolve into that light, and remain inpure awareness, rigpa.
   There are more elaborate instructions for guru yoga that can involve prostrations, offerings, gestures, mantras, and more complicated visualizations, but the essence of the practice is mingling your mind with the mind of the master, which is pure, non-dual awareness. Guru yoga can be done any time during the day; the more often the better. Many masters say that of all the practices it is guru yoga that is the most important. It confers the blessings of the lineage and can open and soften the heart and quiet the unruly mind. To completely accomplish guru yoga is to accomplish the path.
   ~ Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, The Tibetan Yogas Of Dream And Sleep, [T3],
   The magicians most important invocation is that of his Genius, Daemon, True Will, or Augoeides. This operation is traditionally known as attaining the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel. It is sometimes known as the Magnum Opus or Great Work.
   The Augoeides may be defined as the most perfect vehicle of Kia on the plane of duality. As the avatar of Kia on earth, the Augoeides represents the true will, the raison detre of the magician, his purpose in existing. The discovery of ones true will or real nature may be difficult and fraught with danger, since a false identification leads to obsession and madness. The operation of obtaining the knowledge and conversation is usually a lengthy one. The magician is attempting a progressive metamorphosis, a complete overhaul of his entire existence. Yet he has to seek the blueprint for his reborn self as he goes along. Life is less the meaningless accident it seems. Kia has incarnated in these particular conditions of duality for some purpose. The inertia of previous existences propels Kia into new forms of manifestation. Each incarnation represents a task, or a puzzle to be solved, on the way to some greater form of completion.
   The key to this puzzle is in the phenomena of the plane of duality in which we find ourselves. We are, as it were, trapped in a labyrinth or maze. The only thing to do is move about and keep a close watch on the way the walls turn. In a completely chaotic universe such as this one, there are no accidents. Everything is signifcant. Move a single grain of sand on a distant shore and the entire future history of the world will eventually be changed. A person doing his true will is assisted by the momentum of the universe and seems possessed of amazing good luck. In beginning the great work of obtaining the knowledge and conversation, the magician vows to interpret every manifestation of existence as a direct message from the infinite Chaos to himself personally.
   To do this is to enter the magical world view in its totality. He takes complete responsibility for his present incarnation and must consider every experience, thing, or piece of information which assails him from any source, as a reflection of the way he is conducting his existence. The idea that things happen to one that may or may not be related to the way one acts is an illusion created by our shallow awareness.
   Keeping a close eye on the walls of the labyrinth, the conditions of his existence, the magician may then begin his invocation. The genius is not something added to oneself. Rather it is a stripping away of excess to reveal the god within.
   Directly on awakening, preferably at dawn, the initiate goes to the place of invocation. Figuring to himself as he goes that being born anew each day brings with it the chance of greater rebirth, first he banishes the temple of his mind by ritual or by some magical trance. Then he unveils some token or symbol or sigil which represents to him the Holy Guardian Angel. This symbol he will likely have to change during the great work as the inspiration begins to move him. Next he invokes an image of the Angel into his minds eye. It may be considered as a luminous duplicate of ones own form standing in front of or behind one, or simply as a ball of brilliant light above ones head. Then he formulates his aspirations in what manner he will, humbling himself in prayer or exalting himself in loud proclamation as his need be. The best form of this invocation is spoken spontaneously from the heart, and if halting at first, will prove itself in time. He is aiming to establish a set of ideas and images which correspond to the nature of his genius, and at the same time receive inspiration from that source. As the magician begins to manifest more of his true will, the Augoeides will reveal images, names, and spiritual principles by which it can be drawn into greater manifestation. Having communicated with the invoked form, the magician should draw it into himself and go forth to live in the way he hath willed.
   The ritual may be concluded with an aspiration to the wisdom of silence by a brief concentration on the sigil of the Augoeides, but never by banishing. Periodically more elaborate forms of ritual, using more powerful forms of gnosis, may be employed. At the end of the day, there should be an accounting and fresh resolution made. Though every day be a catalog of failure, there should be no sense of sin or guilt. Magic is the raising of the whole individual in perfect balance to the power of Infinity, and such feelings are symptomatic of imbalance. If any unnecessary or imbalanced scraps of ego become identified with the genius by mistake, then disaster awaits. The life force flows directly into these complexes and bloats them into grotesque monsters variously known as the demon Choronzon. Some magicians attempting to go too fast with this invocation have failed to banish this demon, and have gone spectacularly insane as a result.
   ~ Peter J Carroll, Liber Null,
36:For instance, a popular game with California occultists-I do not know its inventor-involves a Magic Room, much like the Pleasure Dome discussed earlier except that this Magic Room contains an Omniscient Computer.
   To play this game, you simply "astrally project" into the Magic Room. Do not ask what "astral projection" means, and do not assume it is metaphysical (and therefore either impossible, if you are a materialist, or very difficult, if you are a mystic). Just assume this is a gedankenexperiment, a "mind game." Project yourself, in imagination, into this Magic Room and visualize vividly the Omniscient Computer, using the details you need to make such a super-information-processor real to your fantasy. You do not need any knowledge of programming to handle this astral computer. It exists early in the next century; you are getting to use it by a species of time-travel, if that metaphor is amusing and helpful to you. It is so built that it responds immediately to human brain-waves, "reading" them and decoding their meaning. (Crude prototypes of such computers already exist.) So, when you are in this magic room, you can ask this Computer anything, just by thinking of what you want to know. It will read your thought, and project into your brain, by a laser ray, the correct answer.
   There is one slight problem. The computer is very sensitive to all brain-waves. If you have any doubts, it registers them as negative commands, meaning "Do not answer my question." So, the way to use it is to start simply, with "easy" questions. Ask it to dig out of the archives the name of your second-grade teacher. (Almost everybody remembers the name of their first grade teacher-imprint vulnerability again-but that of the second grade teacher tends to get lost.)
   When the computer has dug out the name of your second grade teacher, try it on a harder question, but not one that is too hard. It is very easy to sabotage this machine, but you don't want to sabotage it during these experiments. You want to see how well it can be made to perform.
   It is wise to ask only one question at a time, since it requires concentration to keep this magic computer real on the field of your perception. Do not exhaust your capacities for imagination and visualization on your first trial runs.
   After a few trivial experiments of the second-grade-teacher variety, you can try more interesting programs. Take a person toward whom you have negative feelings, such as anger, disappointment, feeling-of-betrayal, jealousy or whatever interferes with the smooth, tranquil operation of your own bio-computer. Ask the Magic Computer to explain that other person to you; to translate you into their reality-tunnel long enough for you to understand how events seem to them. Especially, ask how you seem to them.
   This computer will do that job for you; but be prepared for some shocks which might be disagreeable at first. This super-brain can also perform exegesis on ideas that seem obscure, paradoxical or enigmatic to us. For instance, early experiments with this computer can very profitably turn on asking it to explain some of the propositions in this book which may seem inexplicable or perversely wrong-headed to you, such as "We are all greater artists than we realize" or "What the Thinker thinks, the Prover proves" or "mind and its contents are functionally identical."
   This computer is much more powerful and scientifically advanced than the rapture-machine in the neurosomatic circuit. It has total access to all the earlier, primitive circuits, and overrules any of them. That is, if you put a meta-programming instruction into this computer; it will relay it downward to the old circuits and cancel contradictory programs left over from the past. For instance, try feeding it on such meta-programming instructions as: 1. I am at cause over my body. 2. I am at cause over my imagination. 3.1 am at cause over my future. 4. My mind abounds with beauty and power. 5.1 like people, and people like me.
   Remember that this computer is only a few decades ahead of present technology, so it cannot "understand" your commands if you harbor any doubts about them. Doubts tell it not to perform. Work always from what you can believe in, extending the area of belief only as results encourage you to try for more dramatic transformations of your past reality-tunnels.
   This represents cybernetic consciousness; the programmer becoming self-programmer, self-metaprogrammer, meta-metaprogrammer, etc. Just as the emotional compulsions of the second circuit seem primitive, mechanical and, ultimately, silly to the neurosomatic consciousness, so, too, the reality maps of the third circuit become comic, relativistic, game-like to the metaprogrammer. "Whatever you say it is, it isn't, " Korzybski, the semanticist, repeated endlessly in his seminars, trying to make clear that third-circuit semantic maps are not the territories they represent; that we can always make maps of our maps, revisions of our revisions, meta-selves of our selves. "Neti, neti" (not that, not that), Hindu teachers traditionally say when asked what "God" is or what "Reality" is. Yogis, mathematicians and musicians seem more inclined to develop meta-programming consciousness than most of humanity. Korzybski even claimed that the use of mathematical scripts is an aid to developing this circuit, for as soon as you think of your mind as mind 1 , and the mind which contemplates that mind as mind2 and the mind which contemplates mind2 contemplating mind 1 as mind3, you are well on your way to meta-programming awareness. Alice in Wonderland is a masterful guide to the metaprogramming circuit (written by one of the founders of mathematical logic) and Aleister Crowley soberly urged its study upon all students of yoga. ~ Robert Anton Wilson, Prometheus Rising,
37:To what gods shall the sacrifice be offered? Who shall be invoked to manifest and protect in the human being this increasing godhead?

Agni first, for without him the sacrificial flame cannot burn on the altar of the soul. That flame of Agni is the seven-tongued power of the Will, a Force of God instinct with Knowledge. This conscious and forceful will is the immortal guest in our mortality, a pure priest and a divine worker, the mediator between earth and heaven. It carries what we offer to the higher Powers and brings back in return their force and light and joy into our humanity.

Indra, the Puissant next, who is the power of pure Existence self-manifested as the Divine Mind. As Agni is one pole of Force instinct with knowledge that sends its current upward from earth to heaven, so Indra is the other pole of Light instinct with force which descends from heaven to earth. He comes down into our world as the Hero with the shining horses and slays darkness and division with his lightnings, pours down the life-giving heavenly waters, finds in the trace of the hound, Intuition, the lost or hidden illuminations, makes the Sun of Truth mount high in the heaven of our mentality.

Surya, the Sun, is the master of that supreme Truth, - truth of being, truth of knowledge, truth of process and act and movement and functioning. He is therefore the creator or rather the manifester of all things - for creation is out-bringing, expression by the Truth and Will - and the father, fosterer, enlightener of our souls. The illuminations we seek are the herds of this Sun who comes to us in the track of the divine Dawn and releases and reveals in us night-hidden world after world up to the highest Beatitude.

Of that beatitude Soma is the representative deity. The wine of his ecstasy is concealed in the growths of earth, in the waters of existence; even here in our physical being are his immortalising juices and they have to be pressed out and offered to all the gods; for in that strength these shall increase and conquer.

Each of these primary deities has others associated with him who fulfil functions that arise from his own. For if the truth of Surya is to be established firmly in our mortal nature, there are previous conditions that are indispensable; a vast purity and clear wideness destructive of all sin and crooked falsehood, - and this is Varuna; a luminous power of love and comprehension leading and forming into harmony all our thoughts, acts and impulses, - this is Mitra; an immortal puissance of clear-discerning aspiration and endeavour, - this is Aryaman; a happy spontaneity of the right enjoyment of all things dispelling the evil dream of sin and error and suffering, - this is Bhaga. These four are powers of the Truth of Surya. For the whole bliss of Soma to be established perfectly in our nature a happy and enlightened and unmaimed condition of mind, vitality and body are necessary. This condition is given to us by the twin Ashwins; wedded to the daughter of Light, drinkers of honey, bringers of perfect satisfactions, healers of maim and malady they occupy our parts of knowledge and parts of action and prepare our mental, vital and physical being for an easy and victorious ascension.

Indra, the Divine Mind, as the shaper of mental forms has for his assistants, his artisans, the Ribhus, human powers who by the work of sacrifice and their brilliant ascension to the high dwelling-place of the Sun have attained to immortality and help mankind to repeat their achievement. They shape by the mind Indra's horses, the chariot of the Ashwins, the weapons of the Gods, all the means of the journey and the battle. But as giver of the Light of Truth and as Vritra-slayer Indra is aided by the Maruts, who are powers of will and nervous or vital Force that have attained to the light of thought and the voice of self-expression. They are behind all thought and speech as its impellers and they battle towards the Light, Truth and Bliss of the supreme Consciousness.

There are also female energies; for the Deva is both Male and Female and the gods also are either activising souls or passively executive and methodising energies. Aditi, infinite Mother of the Gods, comes first; and there are besides five powers of the Truthconsciousness, - Mahi or Bharati, the vast Word that brings us all things out of the divine source; Ila, the strong primal word of the Truth who gives us its active vision; Saraswati, its streaming current and the word of its inspiration; Sarama, the Intuition, hound of heaven who descends into the cavern of the subconscient and finds there the concealed illuminations; Dakshina, whose function is to discern rightly, dispose the action and the offering and distribute in the sacrifice to each godhead its portion. Each god, too, has his female energy.

All this action and struggle and ascension is supported by Heaven our Father and Earth our Mother Parents of the Gods, who sustain respectively the purely mental and psychic and the physical consciousness. Their large and free scope is the condition of our achievement. Vayu, master of life, links them together by the mid-air, the region of vital force. And there are other deities, - Parjanya, giver of the rain of heaven; Dadhikravan, the divine war-horse, a power of Agni; the mystic Dragon of the Foundations; Trita Aptya who on the third plane of existence consummates our triple being; and more besides.

The development of all these godheads is necessary to our perfection. And that perfection must be attained on all our levels, - in the wideness of earth, our physical being and consciousness; in the full force of vital speed and action and enjoyment and nervous vibration, typified as the Horse which must be brought forward to upbear our endeavour; in the perfect gladness of the heart of emotion and a brilliant heat and clarity of the mind throughout our intellectual and psychical being; in the coming of the supramental Light, the Dawn and the Sun and the shining Mother of the herds, to transform all our existence; for so comes to us the possession of the Truth, by the Truth the admirable surge of the Bliss, in the Bliss infinite Consciousness of absolute being. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Hymns to the Mystic Fire, The Doctrine of the Mystics,
38:[The Gods and Their Worlds]

   [...] According to traditions and occult schools, all these zones of realities, these planes of realities have got different names; they have been classified in a different way, but there is an essential analogy, and if you go back far enough into the traditions, you see only the words changing according to the country and the language. Even now, the experiences of Western occultists and those of Eastern occultists offer great similarities. All who set out on the discovery of these invisible worlds and make a report of what they saw, give a very similar description, whether they be from here or there; they use different words, but the experience is very similar and the handling of forces is the same.

   This knowledge of the occult worlds is based on the existence of subtle bodies and of subtle worlds corresponding to those bodies. They are what the psychological method calls "states of consciousness", but these states of consciousness really correspond to worlds. The occult procedure consists then in being aware of these various inner states of being or subtle bodies and in becoming sufficiently a master of them so as to be able to go out of them successively, one after another. There is indeed a whole scale of subtleties, increasing or decreasing according to the direction in which you go, and the occult procedure consists in going out of a denser body into a subtler body and so on again, up to the most ethereal regions. You go, by successive exteriorisations, into bodies or worlds more and more subtle. It is somewhat as if every time you passed into another dimension. The fourth dimension of the physicists is nothing but the scientific transcription of an occult knowledge. To give another image, one can say that the physical body is at the centre - it is the most material, the densest and also the smallest - and the inner bodies, more subtle, overflow more and more the central physical body; they pass through it, extending themselves farther and farther, like water evaporating from a porous vase and forming a kind of steam all around. And the greater the subtlety, the more the extension tends to unite with that of the universe: one ends by universalising oneself. And it is altogether a concrete process which gives an objective experience of invisible worlds and even enables one to act in these worlds.

   There are, then, only a very small number of people in the West who know that these gods are not merely subjective and imaginary - more or less wildly imaginary - but that they correspond to a universal truth.

   All these regions, all these domains are filled with beings who exist, each in its own domain, and if you are awake and conscious on a particular plane - for instance, if on going out of a more material body you awake on some higher plane, you have the same relation with the things and people of that plane as you had with the things and people of the material world. That is to say, there exists an entirely objective relation that has nothing to do with the idea you may have of these things. Naturally, the resemblance is greater and greater as you approach the physical world, the material world, and there even comes a time when the one region has a direct action upon the other. In any case, in what Sri Aurobindo calls the overmental worlds, you will find a concrete reality absolutely independent of your personal experience; you go back there and again find the same things, with the differences that have occurred during your absence. And you have relations with those beings that are identical with the relations you have with physical beings, with this difference that the relation is more plastic, supple and direct - for example, there is the capacity to change the external form, the visible form, according to the inner state you are in. But you can make an appointment with someone and be at the appointed place and find the same being again, with certain differences that have come about during your absence; it is entirely concrete with results entirely concrete.

   One must have at least a little of this experience in order to understand these things. Otherwise, those who are convinced that all this is mere human imagination and mental formation, who believe that these gods have such and such a form because men have thought them to be like that, and that they have certain defects and certain qualities because men have thought them to be like that - all those who say that God is made in the image of man and that he exists only in human thought, all these will not understand; to them this will appear absolutely ridiculous, madness. One must have lived a little, touched the subject a little, to know how very concrete the thing is.

   Naturally, children know a good deal if they have not been spoilt. There are so many children who return every night to the same place and continue to live the life they have begun there. When these faculties are not spoilt with age, you can keep them with you. At a time when I was especially interested in dreams, I could return exactly to a place and continue a work that I had begun: supervise something, for example, set something in order, a work of organisation or of discovery, of exploration. You go until you reach a certain spot, as you would go in life, then you take a rest, then you return and begin again - you begin the work at the place where you left off and you continue it. And you perceive that there are things which are quite independent of you, in the sense that changes of which you are not at all the author, have taken place automatically during your absence.

   But for this, you must live these experiences yourself, you must see them yourself, live them with sufficient sincerity and spontaneity in order to see that they are independent of any mental formation. For you can do the opposite also, and deepen the study of the action of mental formation upon events. This is very interesting, but it is another domain. And this study makes you very careful, very prudent, because you become aware of how far you can delude yourself. So you must study both, the dream and the occult reality, in order to see what is the essential difference between the two. The one depends upon us; the other exists in itself; entirely independent of the thought that we have of it.

   When you have worked in that domain, you recognise in fact that once a subject has been studied and something has been learnt mentally, it gives a special colour to the experience; the experience may be quite spontaneous and sincere, but the simple fact that the subject was known and studied lends a particular quality. Whereas if you had learnt nothing about the question, if you knew nothing at all, the transcription would be completely spontaneous and sincere when the experience came; it would be more or less adequate, but it would not be the outcome of a previous mental formation.

   Naturally, this occult knowledge or this experience is not very frequent in the world, because in those who do not have a developed inner life, there are veritable gaps between the external consciousness and the inmost consciousness; the linking states of being are missing and they have to be constructed. So when people enter there for the first time, they are bewildered, they have the impression they have fallen into the night, into nothingness, into non-being!

   I had a Danish friend, a painter, who was like that. He wanted me to teach him how to go out of the body; he used to have interesting dreams and thought that it would be worth the trouble to go there consciously. So I made him "go out" - but it was a frightful thing! When he was dreaming, a part of his mind still remained conscious, active, and a kind of link existed between this active part and his external being; then he remembered some of his dreams, but it was a very partial phenomenon. And to go out of one's body means to pass gradually through all the states of being, if one does the thing systematically. Well, already in the subtle physical, one is almost de-individualised, and when one goes farther, there remains nothing, for nothing is formed or individualised.

   Thus, when people are asked to meditate or told to go within, to enter into themselves, they are in agony - naturally! They have the impression that they are vanishing. And with reason: there is nothing, no consciousness!

   These things that appear to us quite natural and evident, are, for people who know nothing, wild imagination. If, for example, you transplant these experiences or this knowledge to the West, well, unless you have been frequenting the circles of occultists, they stare at you with open eyes. And when you have turned your back, they hasten to say, "These people are cranks!" Now to come back to the gods and conclude. It must be said that all those beings who have never had an earthly existence - gods or demons, invisible beings and powers - do not possess what the Divine has put into man: the psychic being. And this psychic being gives to man true love, charity, compassion, a deep kindness, which compensate for all his external defects.

   In the gods there is no fault because they live according to their own nature, spontaneously and without constraint: as gods, it is their manner of being. But if you take a higher point of view, if you have a higher vision, a vision of the whole, you see that they lack certain qualities that are exclusively human. By his capacity of love and self-giving, man can have as much power as the gods and even more, when he is not egoistic, when he has surmounted his egoism.

   If he fulfils the required condition, man is nearer to the Supreme than the gods are. He can be nearer. He is not so automatically, but he has the power to be so, the potentiality.

   If human love manifested itself without mixture, it would be all-powerful. Unfortunately, in human love there is as much love of oneself as of the one loved; it is not a love that makes you forget yourself. - 4 November 1958

   ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother III, 355
39:The Supreme Discovery
   IF WE want to progress integrally, we must build within our conscious being a strong and pure mental synthesis which can serve us as a protection against temptations from outside, as a landmark to prevent us from going astray, as a beacon to light our way across the moving ocean of life.
   Each individual should build up this mental synthesis according to his own tendencies and affinities and aspirations. But if we want it to be truly living and luminous, it must be centred on the idea that is the intellectual representation symbolising That which is at the centre of our being, That which is our life and our light.
   This idea, expressed in sublime words, has been taught in various forms by all the great Instructors in all lands and all ages.
   The Self of each one and the great universal Self are one. Since all that is exists from all eternity in its essence and principle, why make a distinction between the being and its origin, between ourselves and what we place at the beginning?
   The ancient traditions rightly said:
   "Our origin and ourselves, our God and ourselves are one."
   And this oneness should not be understood merely as a more or less close and intimate relationship of union, but as a true identity.
   Thus, when a man who seeks the Divine attempts to reascend by degrees towards the inaccessible, he forgets that all his knowledge and all his intuition cannot take him one step forward in this infinite; neither does he know that what he wants to attain, what he believes to be so far from him, is within him.
   For how could he know anything of the origin until he becomes conscious of this origin in himself?
   It is by understanding himself, by learning to know himself, that he can make the supreme discovery and cry out in wonder like the patriarch in the Bible, "The house of God is here and I knew it not."
   That is why we must express that sublime thought, creatrix of the material worlds, and make known to all the word that fills the heavens and the earth, "I am in all things and all beings."When all shall know this, the promised day of great transfigurations will be at hand. When in each atom of Matter men shall recognise the indwelling thought of God, when in each living creature they shall perceive some hint of a gesture of God, when each man can see God in his brother, then dawn will break, dispelling the darkness, the falsehood, the ignorance, the error and suffering that weigh upon all Nature. For, "all Nature suffers and laments as she awaits the revelation of the Sons of God."
   This indeed is the central thought epitomising all others, the thought which should be ever present to our remembrance as the sun that illumines all life.
   That is why I remind you of it today. For if we follow our path bearing this thought in our hearts like the rarest jewel, the most precious treasure, if we allow it to do its work of illumination and transfiguration within us, we shall know that it lives in the centre of all beings and all things, and in it we shall feel the marvellous oneness of the universe.
   Then we shall understand the vanity and childishness of our meagre satisfactions, our foolish quarrels, our petty passions, our blind indignations. We shall see the dissolution of our little faults, the crumbling of the last entrenchments of our limited personality and our obtuse egoism. We shall feel ourselves being swept along by this sublime current of true spirituality which will deliver us from our narrow limits and bounds.
   The individual Self and the universal Self are one; in every world, in every being, in every thing, in every atom is the Divine Presence, and man's mission is to manifest it.
   In order to do that, he must become conscious of this Divine Presence within him. Some individuals must undergo a real apprenticeship in order to achieve this: their egoistic being is too all-absorbing, too rigid, too conservative, and their struggles against it are long and painful. Others, on the contrary, who are more impersonal, more plastic, more spiritualised, come easily into contact with the inexhaustible divine source of their being.But let us not forget that they too should devote themselves daily, constantly, to a methodical effort of adaptation and transformation, so that nothing within them may ever again obscure the radiance of that pure light.
   But how greatly the standpoint changes once we attain this deeper consciousness! How understanding widens, how compassion grows!
   On this a sage has said:
   "I would like each one of us to come to the point where he perceives the inner God who dwells even in the vilest of human beings; instead of condemning him we would say, 'Arise, O resplendent Being, thou who art ever pure, who knowest neither birth nor death; arise, Almighty One, and manifest thy nature.'"
   Let us live by this beautiful utterance and we shall see everything around us transformed as if by miracle.
   This is the attitude of true, conscious and discerning love, the love which knows how to see behind appearances, understand in spite of words, and which, amid all obstacles, is in constant communion with the depths.
   What value have our impulses and our desires, our anguish and our violence, our sufferings and our struggles, all these inner vicissitudes unduly dramatised by our unruly imagination - what value do they have before this great, this sublime and divine love bending over us from the innermost depths of our being, bearing with our weaknesses, rectifying our errors, healing our wounds, bathing our whole being with its regenerating streams?
   For the inner Godhead never imposes herself, she neither demands nor threatens; she offers and gives herself, conceals and forgets herself in the heart of all beings and things; she never accuses, she neither judges nor curses nor condemns, but works unceasingly to perfect without constraint, to mend without reproach, to encourage without impatience, to enrich each one with all the wealth he can receive; she is the mother whose love bears fruit and nourishes, guards and protects, counsels and consoles; because she understands everything, she can endure everything, excuse and pardon everything, hope and prepare for everything; bearing everything within herself, she owns nothing that does not belong to all, and because she reigns over all, she is the servant of all; that is why all, great and small, who want to be kings with her and gods in her, become, like her, not despots but servitors among their brethren.
   How beautiful is this humble role of servant, the role of all who have been revealers and heralds of the God who is within all, of the Divine Love that animates all things....
   And until we can follow their example and become true servants even as they, let us allow ourselves to be penetrated and transformed by this Divine Love; let us offer Him, without reserve, this marvellous instrument, our physical organism. He shall make it yield its utmost on every plane of activity.
   To achieve this total self-consecration, all means are good, all methods have their value. The one thing needful is to persevere in our will to attain this goal. For then everything we study, every action we perform, every human being we meet, all come to bring us an indication, a help, a light to guide us on the path.
   Before I close, I shall add a few pages for those who have already made apparently fruitless efforts, for those who have encountered the pitfalls on the way and seen the measure of their weakness, for those who are in danger of losing their self-confidence and courage. These pages, intended to rekindle hope in the hearts of those who suffer, were written by a spiritual worker at a time when ordeals of every kind were sweeping down on him like purifying flames.
   You who are weary, downcast and bruised, you who fall, who think perhaps that you are defeated, hear the voice of a friend. He knows your sorrows, he has shared them, he has suffered like you from the ills of the earth; like you he has crossed many deserts under the burden of the day, he has known thirst and hunger, solitude and abandonment, and the cruellest of all wants, the destitution of the heart. Alas! he has known too the hours of doubt, the errors, the faults, the failings, every weakness.
   But he tells you: Courage! Hearken to the lesson that the rising sun brings to the earth with its first rays each morning. It is a lesson of hope, a message of solace.
   You who weep, who suffer and tremble, who dare not expect an end to your ills, an issue to your pangs, behold: there is no night without dawn and the day is about to break when darkness is thickest; there is no mist that the sun does not dispel, no cloud that it does not gild, no tear that it will not dry one day, no storm that is not followed by its shining triumphant bow; there is no snow that it does not melt, nor winter that it does not change into radiant spring.
   And for you too, there is no affliction which does not bring its measure of glory, no distress which cannot be transformed into joy, nor defeat into victory, nor downfall into higher ascension, nor solitude into radiating centre of life, nor discord into harmony - sometimes it is a misunderstanding between two minds that compels two hearts to open to mutual communion; lastly, there is no infinite weakness that cannot be changed into strength. And it is even in supreme weakness that almightiness chooses to reveal itself!
   Listen, my little child, you who today feel so broken, so fallen perhaps, who have nothing left, nothing to cover your misery and foster your pride: never before have you been so great! How close to the summits is he who awakens in the depths, for the deeper the abyss, the more the heights reveal themselves!
   Do you not know this, that the most sublime forces of the vasts seek to array themselves in the most opaque veils of Matter? Oh, the sublime nuptials of sovereign love with the obscurest plasticities, of the shadow's yearning with the most royal light!
   If ordeal or fault has cast you down, if you have sunk into the nether depths of suffering, do not grieve - for there indeed the divine love and the supreme blessing can reach you! Because you have passed through the crucible of purifying sorrows, the glorious ascents are yours.
   You are in the wilderness: then listen to the voices of the silence. The clamour of flattering words and outer applause has gladdened your ears, but the voices of the silence will gladden your soul and awaken within you the echo of the depths, the chant of divine harmonies!
   You are walking in the depths of night: then gather the priceless treasures of the night. In bright sunshine, the ways of intelligence are lit, but in the white luminosities of the night lie the hidden paths of perfection, the secret of spiritual riches.
   You are being stripped of everything: that is the way towards plenitude. When you have nothing left, everything will be given to you. Because for those who are sincere and true, from the worst always comes the best.
   Every grain that is sown in the earth produces a thousand. Every wing-beat of sorrow can be a soaring towards glory.
   And when the adversary pursues man relentlessly, everything he does to destroy him only makes him greater.
   Hear the story of the worlds, look: the great enemy seems to triumph. He casts the beings of light into the night, and the night is filled with stars. He rages against the cosmic working, he assails the integrity of the empire of the sphere, shatters its harmony, divides and subdivides it, scatters its dust to the four winds of infinity, and lo! the dust is changed into a golden seed, fertilising the infinite and peopling it with worlds which now gravitate around their eternal centre in the larger orbit of space - so that even division creates a richer and deeper unity, and by multiplying the surfaces of the material universe, enlarges the empire that it set out to destroy.
   Beautiful indeed was the song of the primordial sphere cradled in the bosom of immensity, but how much more beautiful and triumphant is the symphony of the constellations, the music of the spheres, the immense choir that fills the heavens with an eternal hymn of victory!
   Hear again: no state was ever more precarious than that of man when he was separated on earth from his divine origin. Above him stretched the hostile borders of the usurper, and at his horizon's gates watched jailers armed with flaming swords. Then, since he could climb no more to the source of life, the source arose within him; since he could no more receive the light from above, the light shone forth at the very centre of his being; since he could commune no more with the transcendent love, that love offered itself in a holocaust and chose each terrestrial being, each human self as its dwelling-place and sanctuary.
   That is how, in this despised and desolate but fruitful and blessed Matter, each atom contains a divine thought, each being carries within him the Divine Inhabitant. And if no being in all the universe is as frail as man, neither is any as divine as he!
   In truth, in truth, in humiliation lies the cradle of glory! 28 April 1912 ~ The Mother, Words Of Long Ago, The Supreme Discovery,
40:  The purpose of creation, is lila. The concept of lila escapes all the traditional difficulties in assigning purpose to the creator. Lila is a purpose-less purpose, a natural outflow, a spontaneous self-manifestation of the Divine. The concept of lila, again, emphasizes the role of delight in creation. The concept of Prakriti and Maya fail to explain the bliss aspect of Divine. If the world is manifestation of the Force of Satcitananda, the deployment of its existence and consciousness, its purpose can be nothing but delight. This is the meaning of delight. Lila, the play, the child’s joy, the poet’s joy, the actor’s joy, the mechanician’s joy of the soul of things eternally young, perpetually inexhaustible, creating and recreating Himself in Himself for the sheer bliss of that self-creation, of that self-representation, Himself the play, Himself the player, Himself the playground ~ Sri Aurobindo, Philosophy of Social Development, pp-39-40
41:Accumulating Prostrations

Why Prostrate at All?

Why fling yourself full-length on an often filthy floor, then get up and do it again hundreds of thousands of times?

Prostrations are a very immediate method for taking refuge and one of the best available for destroying pride. They are an outer gesture of surrender to the truth of dharma, and an expression of our intention to give up and expose our pride.

So, as we take refuge, we prostrate to demonstrate our complete surrender by throwing ourselves at the feet of our guru and pressing the five points of our body — forehead, hands and knees — to the floor as many times as we can.

(In the Tibetan tradition there are two ways of doing prostrations: one is the full-length and the other the half-length prostration, and we usually accumulate the full-length version.)

Prostrations are said to bring a number of benefits, such as being reborn with an attractive appearance, or our words carry weight and are valued, or our influence over friends and colleagues is positive, or that we are able to manage those who work for us.

It is said that practitioners who accumulate prostrations will one day keep company with sublime beings and as a result become majestic, wealthy, attain a higher rebirth and eventually attain liberation.

For worldly beings, though, to contemplate all the spiritual benefits of prostrations and the amount of merit they accumulate is not necessarily the most effective way of motivating ourselves. The fact that prostrations are good for our health, on the other hand, is often just the incentive we need to get started.

It’s true, doing prostrations for the sake of taking healthy exercise is a worldly motivation, but not one I would ever discourage.

In these degenerate times, absolutely anything that will inspire you to practise dharma has some value, so please go ahead and start your prostrations for the sake of the exercise. If you do, not only will you save money on your gym membership, you will build up muscle and a great deal of merit.
~ Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse, Not for Happiness - A Guide to the So-Called Preliminary Practises, Shambhala Publications,

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1:Tradition is laziness. ~ Gustav Mahler
2:Tradition, Honor, Excellence. ~ Kate Brian
3:Half of tradition is a lie. ~ Stephen Crane
4:Tradition is for the weak. ~ Winter Renshaw
5:tradition is truer than fashion. ~ G K Chesterton
6:My family is very traditional, Catholic. ~ Paz Vega
7:Tradition is a very powerful force. ~ John P Kotter
8:Tradition converts oddity into ordinary. ~ Toba Beta
9:My views about hell are very traditional. ~ T D Jakes
10:All tradition is merely the past. ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
11:Tradition is the illusion of permanance. ~ Woody Allen
12:Tradition is the illusion of permanence. ~ Woody Allen
13:It's not a traditional America anymore. ~ Bill O Reilly
14:Cultures grow on the vine of tradition. ~ Jonah Goldberg
15:Islam has a proud tradition of tolerance. ~ Barack Obama
16:It takes a lifetime to build tradition. ~ Mario Andretti
17:Science grew out of the craft tradition ~ Richard Rhodes
18:Traditional values are big in my life. ~ Jennifer Hudson
19:Hope is not a strategy - Traditional SRE saying ~ Various
20:of the traditional variety—mother, father, ~ John Grisham
21:Tradition was the last bastion of fools. ~ Steven Erikson
22:Hope is not a strategy" - Traditional SRE saying ~ Various
23:I make our family traditions a priority. ~ Martina McBride
24:....tradition gives the one thing many shapes. ~ W B Yeats
25:I guess I am a bit of a traditionalist. ~ Yvonne Strahovski
26:Tradition is a guide and not a jailer. ~ W Somerset Maugham
27:Artists are traditionally resistant to labels. ~ Patti Smith
28:Each country is strong on some tradition. ~ Violante Placido
29:I come from a traditional theater background. ~ Mark Ruffalo
30:I'm a traditional wife in every sense. ~ Monica Denise Brown
32:Sephardic Jewish tradition and home to ~ Charles Krauthammer
33:Tradition is a challenge to innovation. ~ Alvaro Siza Vieira
34:Tradition is a prop for social security. ~ Walter J Phillips
36:For me, experimenting involves traditionalism. ~ Bradford Cox
37:I am not in favor of a traditional free market. ~ Sally Satel
38:I hate the rock music tradition. I can't bear it! ~ Brian Eno
40:Sometimes tradition is a way of keeping going. ~ Maxine Kumin
41:Tradition was safety; change was danger. ~ Mary Doria Russell
42:Were traditions rational, they’d be procedures. ~ Jim Butcher
43:For tradition also and always means inhibition. ~ Stefan Zweig
44:I didn't have any interest in traditional art. ~ Cindy Sherman
45:I'm a big romantic, traditional, cheesy guy. ~ Josh Hutcherson
46:In America nothing dies easier than tradition. ~ Russell Baker
47:It’s an old pirate tradition. Burial at C. ~ Alastair Reynolds
48:Today's innovation is tomorrow's tradition. ~ Lidia Bastianich
49:Traditionally, duos get accused of lots of things. ~ Daryl Hall
50:valuing human experience, tradition, and custom. ~ Mark R Levin
51:Britain's is traditionally a rigid class society. ~ Robert Reich
52:My time of martial arts was traditional. ~ Jean Claude Van Damme
53:(Tradition) is the democracy of the dead. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
54:A legend, a lie, and a likelihood make a tradition’? ~ Gene Wolfe
55:A tradition without intelligence is not worth having. ~ T S Eliot
56:I'm less of a straight-up, traditional vocalist. ~ Juliette Lewis
57:Traditional science is all about finding shortcuts. ~ Rudy Rucker
58:I believe that traditional wisdom is incomplete. ~ Martin Seligman
59:I come out of a strong oral tradition in the South. ~ Horton Foote
60:In a sense, traditional business is design blind. ~ Marty Neumeier
61:Facebook is terrifying to the traditional games biz. ~ Jesse Schell
62:I don't think you can revive traditions on purpose. ~ James Hillman
63:I haven't traditionally been a family entertainer. ~ David Walliams
64:Politics is traditionally a male domain in Russia. ~ Alexei Navalny
65:Settling other people's land is an American tradition. ~ Ariel Gore
66:tradition is only democracy extended through time. ~ G K Chesterton
67:A love of tradition has never weakened a nation. ~ Winston Churchill
68:Duty. That was a word I hated as much as tradition. ~ Mary E Pearson
69:I am very traditional, and I am the disciplinarian. ~ Mark Consuelos
70:I like traditions, and the national anthem is important. ~ Kate Mara
71:It is hard to oppose an ideology with a tradition. ~ Anthony Daniels
72:The traditional DJ world isn't a world that I come from. ~ Girl Talk
73:The traditional model we all grew up with is obsolete. ~ Jim Stengel
74:Tradition is the social equivalent of personal habit. ~ Hassan Fathy
75:Tradition will accustom people to any atrocity ~ George Bernard Shaw
76:I have such a deep love for traditional country music. ~ Connie Smith
77:People are more important to Him than human traditions. ~ Frank Viola
78:Transparency in the traditional school might destroy it. ~ Seth Godin
79:Art is collective. Always, it has a tradition behind it. ~ Joanna Russ
80:Habit and tradition often render change undesirable. ~ Nicholas Sparks
81:Traditional doctors say I'm a mystic. I don't deny it. ~ Bernie Siegel
82:We cannot trust our own minds, traditions and beliefs. ~ Bryant McGill
83:Comedy has traditionally been about fear of embarrassment. ~ Marco Roth deep the ruts of tradition and conformity! ~ Henry David Thoreau
85:Tradition, indeed, but the present is built on the past. ~ Karen Harper
86:The tradition of the camp fire faces that of the pyramid. ~ Martin Buber
87:What takes over when knowledge disappears is tradition. ~ Dallas Willard
89:dying for christ was part of the christian tradition. ~ Patricia Cornwell
90:England's traditional tolerance was outraged at last. ~ Barbara W Tuchman
91:Even if words are lost, tradition should be handed down. ~ Makoto Shinkai
92:Giving freaks a pass is the oldest tradition in Montana. ~ Thomas McGuane
93:I got locked into a tradition [at Cambridge] of doing comedy. ~ Eric Idle
94:I use the traditional Moyse scale books slightly modified. ~ James Galway
95:One must have tradition in oneself, to hate it properly. ~ Theodor Adorno
96:The best men in all ages keep classic traditions alive ~ George Santayana
97:The socialist tradition....goes back to Jesus Christ, ~ Mikhail Gorbachev
98:Tradition is a more interrupted and feebler memory. ~ Henry David Thoreau
99:Tradition is tending the flame, not worshiping the ashes. ~ Gustav Mahler
100:a traditional Cantonese gift: a tin of imported Danish cookies. ~ Lisa See
101:I really wanted a wonderful, traditional home for my kid. ~ Drew Barrymore
102:I was always wrapped around music being a tradition, a skill. ~ King Krule
103:The best men in all ages keep classic traditions alive. ~ George Santayana
104:Tradition demands that we not speak poorly of the dead. ~ Daniel Barenboim
105:I don't come out of an oral tradition, I come out of silence. ~ Colm T ib n
106:One must have tradition in oneself, to hate it properly. ~ Theodor W Adorno
107:This graph shows the traditional gross metrics for IMVU so far: ~ Eric Ries
108:Tradition may be defined as an extension of the franchise. ~ G K Chesterton
109:We're going to have to change our traditions, our history. ~ Michelle Obama
110:A tradition is kept alive only by something being added to it. ~ Henry James
111:Filibuster has long tradition, but used to harm civil rights. ~ Barack Obama
112:Mine is not a traditional music, but it comes from a tradition. ~ Tom Chapin
113:[The Bible is] a mass of fables and traditions, mere mythology. ~ Mark Twain
114:To defy the laws of tradition is a crusade only of the brave. ~ Les Claypool
115:Traditions have been replaced by lifestyles. ~ Lars Fredrik H ndler Svendsen
116:Well, dojo is a traditional Japanese word for training hall. ~ Joseph Jarman
117:Either stick to tradition or see that your inventions be consistent. ~ Horace
118:she was the picture of a prosperous, semi-traditional Hong ~ Elizabeth Lowell
119:Traditional diets are more than the sum of their food parts. ~ Michael Pollan
120:Traditional wisdom is long on tradition and short on wisdom. ~ Warren Buffett
121:All traditions are stupid unless you came up with it yourself. ~ Doug Stanhope
122:because nothing you performed belongs to any Eastern tradition. ~ Paulo Coelho
123:I don't care about traditional photography. I want more control. ~ Loretta Lux
124:I don't think my music's as traditional as people make it out. ~ George Strait
125:I guess in a way I try to avoid being labeled as a traditional DJ. ~ Girl Talk
126:The best thing in life is moving on’ Traditional Evenk saying Join ~ Ray Mears
127:You cannot make a modern apartment out of a traditional space. ~ Albert Hadley
128:Nothing looks more foolish than tradition to those who have none. ~ Pete Dexter
129:The world's holy texts are built on ancient oral traditions. ~ Martin Lindstrom
130:Traditional ads placed into digital just shout at the consumer ~ Michael Reeves
131:Violin playing is a physical art with great traditions behind it. ~ Vanessa Mae
132:We had our British background of traditional theatre behind us. ~ Peter Capaldi
133:All religions and spiritual traditions begin with the cry "Help! ~ William James
134:I belong rather to a more classical tradition of social analysis. ~ Susan Sontag
135:I like the catholicity in time: our tradition is one of 2,000 years. ~ Hans Kung
136:I like things to be modern and still have a bit of tradition ~ Alexander McQueen
137:Tyranny may creep in under the outward forms of traditional law. ~ Joseph Sobran
138:When in doubt, favor compassion
over certainty or tradition. ~ Ivan M Granger
139:Both Jewish and Roman sources and traditions admit an empty tomb. ~ Josh McDowell
140:In Jewish tradition the Talmud is said to have been given on Sinai. ~ Elie Wiesel
141:It is not possible to be original except on a basis of tradition. ~ D W Winnicott
142:My goal for Actress is to have it play more traditional theaters. ~ Robert Greene
143:Oral musical traditions are rooted in assured and scrupulous faith. ~ Franz Liszt
144:To Serve and Protect..."- Traditional Motto of Protection Rackets ~ Robert Asprin
145:Tradition is a pretty poor excuse for perpetrating stereotypes. ~ Ramsey Campbell
146:Artists are the traditional interpreters of dreams and nightmares. ~ Doris Lessing
147:Because traditions are soothing when everything else goes to hell. ~ Courtney Cole
148:By long-standing tradition, I take this opportunity to savage other ~ P J Plauger
149:I always wanted to be a farmer. There is a tradition of that in my family. ~ Bjork
150:I'm a traditional singer-songwriter. I have a more organic sound. ~ Sara Bareilles
151:Interestingly, this is precisely the way that the wisdom traditions ~ Gregg Braden
152:My use of the medium - photography - is in some ways traditional. ~ Andres Serrano
153:A similar question in the Zen tradition is this: “If not now, when? ~ Eckhart Tolle
154:Da nije naših ljudskih mana, ne bismo imali što raditi
na sebi. ~ Robin S Sharma
155:I always envisioned myself having a traditional and elegant wedding. ~ Ivanka Trump
156:If I have smashed the traditions, it was because I knew no traditions. ~ Maud Adams
157:Imagination continually frustrates tradition; that is its function. ~ Jules Feiffer
158:I'm not super-conservative, but a bit of tradition is nice. ~ Josephine de La Baume
159:It was the family tradition. I wanted to live up to the name-McNair. ~ Steve McNair
160:My book is traditional. It runs counter to the post-modern spirit. ~ David Guterson
161:Preserving tradition has become a nice hobby, like stamp collecting. ~ Mason Cooley
162:There are innocent men who worship God after the tradition of ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
163:There are some family traditions I don't want my children to carry on. ~ Lorna Luft
164:The tradition you have at the University of Texas is like no other. ~ Roger Clemens
165:Tradition implies authority, conformity, imitation, following. ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
166:Tradition is the spreading of fire and not the veneration of ashes. ~ Gustav Mahler
167:All traditions are also full of meanness for the sake of meanness. ~ George Saunders
168:Diné tradition taught that, like everything in nature, the wind had ~ Anne Hillerman
169:For me, victory isn't measured by winning in the traditional sense. ~ Dinesh D Souza
170:I'm not traditionally a beauty, but apparently people think I'm alright. ~ Kate Moss
171:It takes an endless amount of history to make even a little tradition. ~ Henry James
172:Precepts, conventions - above all traditions - have no value in art. ~ Eleanora Duse
173:Rap has been a path between cultures in the best tradition of popular music. ~ Jay Z
174:Traditionalists often study what is taught, not what there is to create. ~ Ed Parker
175:Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire. ~ Gustav Mahler
176:A poet clings to his own tradition and avoids internationalism. ~ Salvatore Quasimodo
177:If we depart form tradition, it is out of knowledge, not innocence. ~ Adolph Gottlieb
178:In Korean films there is only really a strong tradition of melodramas. ~ Bong Joon ho
179:It is a Chinese tradition that everyone has to be in everyone else's life. ~ Yiyun Li
180:I've always loved musical theater. It's a bit of a family tradition. ~ Trey Anastasio
181:There is no creation without tradition. No one creates from nothing. ~ Carlos Fuentes
182:Traditionally nerd-based culture is now a big sector of pop culture. ~ Chris Hardwick
183:Traditional market researchers are cold and calculating and scientific. ~ Frank Luntz
184:Tradition: how the vitality of the past enriches the life of the present. ~ T S Eliot
185:You must be in tune with the times and prepared to break with tradition. ~ James Agee
186:Call me traditional, but the whole manscaping trend turns me right off. ~ Cara McKenna
187:India has an unbroken tradition of nonviolence from times immemorial. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
188:Ne možemo li miroljubivo uskladiti naše razlike, ne možemo biti ljudi. ~ Frank Herbert
189:Our industry does not respect tradition - it only respects innovation. ~ Satya Nadella
190:The Hollywood tradition I like best is called sucking up to the stars. ~ Johnny Carson
191:The human soul can always use a new tradition. Sometimes we require them. ~ Pat Conroy
192:There are rooms for traditional and contemporary and hip hop Gospel music. ~ T D Jakes
193:There is a mandate to impose a voluntary return to traditional values. ~ Ronald Reagan
194:To Serve and Protect..."- Traditional Motto of Protection Rackets ~ Robert Lynn Asprin
195:Traditionally, artists suffered for their art, now it's the audience. ~ Marcel Duchamp
196:I don't think I have the assets to play the more traditional Bond Girl. ~ Naomie Harris
197:Laws and traditions that hold back women, hold back entire societies. ~ Hillary Clinton
198:People will selectively use “tradition” to justify anything. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
199:Satire is traditionally the weapon of the powerless against the powerful. ~ Molly Ivins
200:Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition. ~ Jacques Barzun
201:The only traditions of the Royal Navy are rum, sodomy and the lash. ~ Winston Churchill
202:There's not a long, entrenched tradition of theatergoing in Australia. ~ Cate Blanchett
203:which traditionally aspires to advance virtue by laying vice bare. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky
204:Apart from the traditional paintings I also dabble with a little photography. ~ St Lucia
205:Drinking beer in a children’s playground is an old Soviet tradition. ~ Sergei Lukyanenko
206:I do really well in the traditional board games: Backgammon, Checkers. ~ Chelsea Clinton
207:Jesus broke the law of tradition when the love of persons demanded it. ~ Brennan Manning
208:Just because something is traditional is no reason to do it, of course. ~ Daniel Handler
209:Maybe he’s more traditional than you. And by that, I mean less slutty.” I ~ Sean Kennedy
210:Our industry does not respect tradition. What it respects is innovation. ~ Satya Nadella
211:Privacy and loneliness were the traditional luxuries accorded to a skipper. ~ Tom Clancy
212:The death of classical music is perhaps its oldest continuing tradition. ~ Charles Rosen
213:There's a long tradition of people from the South living in New York City. ~ Steve Earle
214:The thing about traditions is that they hold up the shape of your memory. ~ Ava Dellaira
215:a child without tradition is a child crippled before the world. Tradition ~ Louis L Amour
216:In America it is traditional to destroy the black body-it is heritage. ~ Ta Nehisi Coates
217:It's a tradition in Islamic society to issue pardons at the end of Ramadan. ~ Hooman Majd
218:Shambhala is a Buddhist tradition with its own unique view and approach. ~ Sakyong Mipham
219:The competitions are as much a part of the tradition as the actual dances. ~ Eddie Murphy
220:The press . . . traditionally sides with authority and the establishment. ~ Sam Donaldson
221:This is how things were: heavyhearted, but done in the traditional manner. THE ~ Lisa See
222:Traditionally people are on the side of the government all the time. ~ Immortal Technique
223:Traditionally the strongest weapon that a Chinese woman had was suicide. ~ Lensey Namioka
224:Tradition does not mean to look after the ash, but to keep the flame alive. ~ Jean Jaures
225:We leaders should leave the tradition that we have become crazy for God. ~ Sun Myung Moon
226:blissfully unaware of the beautiful tradition they’d been chosen to uphold. ~ Tom Perrotta
227:But I had a very traditional background as well. My parents are neat people. ~ Uma Thurman
228:I'm an old-fashioned person and I happen to believe in traditional marriage. ~ John Kasich
229:In America, it is traditional to destroy the black body—it is heritage. ~ Ta Nehisi Coates
230:It is tradition in Ireland that you're given money for your first communion. ~ Roma Downey
231:I've always been clear, I support the traditional definition of marriage. ~ Stephen Harper
232:The ability to represent failure as success would become an Agency tradition. ~ Tim Weiner
233:The traditional thinking has been that the stock market likes certainty. ~ Maria Bartiromo
234:The traditions of the dead generations weigh like a nightmare upon the living. ~ Karl Marx
235:Tradition, my boy, and superstition. They are one and the same, anyway. ~ Patrick Rothfuss
236:traditions that have lost their meaning are the hardest of all to destroy. ~ Edith Wharton
237:Im not from the States, so Thanksgiving, for me, was never a huge tradition. ~ Daniela Ruah
238:Out of control judicial activism threatens traditional marriage in America. ~ Ernest Istook
239:Society has traditionally always tried to find scapegoats, well here I am. ~ Marilyn Manson
240:What if tradition is just an excuse to keep things as they always have been? ~ Sejal Badani
241:When it comes to dating, Im straightforward and traditional with a twist. ~ Luke Pasqualino
242:You could either go the traditional way or the other way. I went the other way. ~ Macy Gray
243:You do a James Bond film, you're being part of an anachronism, a tradition. ~ Minnie Driver
244:I do have traditional values: I believe in being a good person and being polite. ~ FKA twigs
245:My reign has been anything but traditional. Let’s not start now, shall we? ~ Courtney Brandt
246:No practice or tradition trumps the human rights that belong to all of us. ~ Hillary Clinton
247:Prejudice is a product of ignorance that hides behind barriers of tradition, ~ Jasper Fforde
248:Prejudice is a product of ignorance that hides behind barriers of tradition. ~ Jasper Fforde
249:Self-help and self-control are the essence of the American tradition. ~ Franklin D Roosevelt
250:Traditionally, songwriters can't sing. And that holds true in my case, also. ~ John Phillips
251:Tradition makes people want to cling to their identity. Change is the enemy. ~ Deepak Chopra
252:We should accept diversity in culture and tradition and coexist peacefully. ~ Haile Selassie
253:Your traditions change from when you a child to when you become an adult. ~ Katharine McPhee
254:Alas, all traditions lose their primal purity and we all fail our founders. ~ Karen Armstrong
255:I believe in traditional marriage and I believe in the Defense of Marriage Act. ~ Herman Cain
256:I find it to be an ongoing challenge to keep the guitar from becoming too traditional. ~ Edge
257:I named him Poodle, beginning a long tradition of functional pet naming. ~ John Elder Robison
258:It's a tradition,” Grimm said. “Were traditions rational, they’d be procedures. ~ Jim Butcher
259:That’s it?” “That’s it. And then you jump in. It’s all just tradition. I mean, ~ Lev Grossman
260:There are no turnarounds at Michigan. This is greatness. Long tradition of it. ~ Jim Harbaugh
261:The tradition at C Average was to nominate the biggest loser in the building. ~ Gordon Korman
262:Traditionalists are pessimists about the future and optimists about the past. ~ Lewis Mumford
263:Tradition is a kind of mental illness with a clear symptom of repetition ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
264:Traditions are lovely thingsto create traditions, that is, not to live off them. ~ Franz Marc
265:For in my tradition, as a Jew, I believe that whatever we receive we must share. ~ Elie Wiesel
266:He uses the nice old words so rich in tradition to be sure I know he means it. ~ Frank Herbert
267:I do not traditionally speak ill of women, but your governess is a cabbagehead ~ Sarah MacLean
268:Japanese medical people are traditionally very strange and creepily poetic. ~ David Cronenberg
269:Passion can overcome fear - the fear of losing, of failing, of being traditional. ~ Seth Godin
270:Sometimes when you're losing someone, you hang on to whatever tradition you can. ~ Mitch Albom
271:Christmas is not a myth, not a tradition, not a dream. It is a glorious reality. ~ Billy Graham
272:I don't think that comedians have a tradition of trashing the next generation. ~ Franklyn Ajaye
273:I'm content to stand on tradition. I'm even more content to wipe my feet on it. ~ Aaron Allston
274:Our enemy is by tradition our savior, in preventing us from superficiality. ~ Joyce Carol Oates
275:Sometimes, when you're losing someone, you hang on to whatever tradition you can. ~ Mitch Albom
276:The traditional role of the Senate has been to be the adult in the room. ~ Kay Bailey Hutchison
277:The tradition of past generations weighs like the Alps on the brains of the living. ~ Karl Marx
278:A refusal of nature as a model is a tradition that goes right back to Oscar Wilde. ~ Todd Haynes
279:Creating traditions in the blended family promote unity and a sense of belonging. ~ Diane Greene
280:I came here because the city has a tradition and is a very respected food city. ~ Emeril Lagasse
281:I haven't seen a lot of young producers who work the floor in a traditional way. ~ Jim Dickinson
282:I think of myself in the oral tradition-as a troubadour, a village tale-teller, ~ Louis L Amour
283:The coming of April, traditionally a month of change and disruption in my life. ~ Carolyn J Rose
284:The gesture, rather than the word, is the true transmitter of traditions. ~ Nicol s G mez D vila
285:This is how the Tradition survives..Because people are willing to die for an idea ~ Paulo Coelho
286:Tradition becomes our security, and when the mind is secure it is in decay. ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
287:Tradition - one of those words conservative people use as a shortcut to thinking. ~ Warren Ellis
288:Tradition:' one of those words conservative people use as a shortcut to thinking. ~ Warren Ellis
289:[A] healthy respect for tradition[;]...a kind of default survival behavior ~ Kim Stanley Robinson
290:Alchemy is really the secret tradition of the redemption of spirit from matter. ~ Terence McKenna
291:As far as art's concerned, I probably like modern art more than traditional art. ~ Paul McCartney
292:Books hold no passports. There's only one true literary tradition: the human. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
293:Books hold no passports. There's only one true literary tradition: the human. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zafon
294:I didn't come from a traditional Tory background; it was urban and metropolitan. ~ George Osborne
295:I like narrative storytelling as being part of a tradition, a folk tradition. ~ Bruce Springsteen
296:Innovation violates tradition--attacks it in public and steals from it in private. ~ Mason Cooley
297:Teach and you’ll form a bond you just don’t get from traditional marketing tactics. ~ Jason Fried
298:The less there is to justify a traditional custom, the harder it is to get rid of it ~ Mark Twain
299:The story of Abraham and the sacrifice of Isaac are nowhere in any other tradition. ~ Elie Wiesel
300:'Brand India' is built of 5 Ts - talent, tradition, tourism, trade and technology. ~ Narendra Modi
301:I’m gay now, so your traditional gender roles are a little blurred, aren’t they?” His ~ Riley Hart
302:Nine English traditions out of ten date from the latter half of the nineteenth century. ~ C P Snow
303:Tradition is first. Mercy is greater than tradition. Wisdom is greater than mercy. ~ Ming Dao Deng
304:You do not understand your own tradition if you do not see it in relation to others. ~ John Searle
305:I'm a big fan of vampire movies generally and that sort of tradition of characters. ~ Michael Sheen
306:In a sense the whole American comic tradition had been that of social criticism. ~ Constance Rourke
307:I think some people form the traditional DJ worlds misunderstand where I'm coming form. ~ Girl Talk
308:One bipartisan policy tradition is to deny Americans the use of our own resources. ~ Harold Ford Jr
309:Traditions and customs which had lasted for centuries did not die out in a moment. ~ Flora Thompson
310:Working at BBC, at the head of one of the top dramas, is a tradition for great actors. ~ Idris Elba
311:You know, traditional country music is something that's going to be around forever. ~ George Strait
312:A scandal had traditionally been an easy way to dispose of an inconvenient woman. ~ Geraldine Brooks
313:In many traditions, crows are messengers and close attention is paid to their actions. ~ Robert Moss
314:It is, of course, traditional in children's literature to get rid of the parents. ~ Anthony Horowitz
315:I want to experiment with new techniques and become a "traditional baroque artist." ~ Camille Henrot
316:Like all the best radical positions, then, mine is a thoroughly traditionalist one. ~ Terry Eagleton
317:no one church model or theological tradition — can reach an entire city. Reaching ~ Timothy J Keller
318:She claimed that conformity created maladjustment and tradition could turn psychopathic. ~ Lily King
319:Tell 'em that God's gonna cut 'em down ~ Anonymous "God's Gonna Cut You Down", traditional folk song
320:Traditional charity and aid are never going to solve the problems of poverty. ~ Jacqueline Novogratz
321:Traditional nationalism cannot survive the fissioning of the atom. One world or none. ~ Stuart Chase
322:Tradition, if not constantly recreated, can be as much a millstone as a mill-wheel. ~ Colin MacInnes
323:Traditions don't come out of nowhere. They come from something sacred and strange. ~ Corey Ann Haydu
324:Whenever Douglass made arguments against slavery from the natural-rights tradition, ~ David W Blight
325:You don't believe magic is possible in lives lived within traditional boundaries. ~ Douglas Coupland
326:All that stuff, tradition and heritage. It's dead people's baggage. Quit carrying it. ~ Doug Stanhope
327:Americans spent about $27 billion on nontraditional remedies, most of them unproven. ~ Barry Schwartz
328:[Calvinistic tradition] has fashioned and shaped my thinking since I was a teenager. ~ Oliver D Crisp
329:I don't need a vacation in the traditional sense, like I would if I had a job I hated. ~ James Franco
330:I have become a symbol of the possibility of America returning to our best traditions. ~ Barack Obama
331:In an age that has thrown off all tradition, the only rebellion possible is orthodoxy. ~ Peter Kreeft
332:It [tradition] cannot be inherited, and if you want it you must obtain it by great labor. ~ T S Eliot
333:The yearly tradition of Christmas is bountifully supported - without the need to ever fade. ~ Eleesha
334:Tradition and heritage are all dead people's baggage, stop carrying it. Move forward. ~ Doug Stanhope
335:Tradition is what you resort to when you dont have the time or the money to do it right. ~ Kurt Alder
336:And Unseen University took tradition very seriously, at least when it remembered to. ~ Terry Pratchett
337:As a Member of Congress, I've continued my family's tradition of focusing on education. ~ Mark Kennedy
338:contemplating the incidents in their lives or condition which tradition has handed down to us, ~ Homer
339:I call myself a traditionalist, although I have fought against tradition all my life. ~ Philip Johnson
340:If you wish to break with tradition, learn your craft well, and embrace adversity ~ Soke Behzad Ahmadi
341:music is still an oral (and physical) tradition, handed down from one person to another. ~ David Byrne
342:Nothing grows in ice. If we let tradition freeze our minds, new ideas can’t sprout. ~ David J Schwartz
343:Of course a certain number of scientists have to go mad, just to keep the tradition alive. ~ Matt Ruff
344:The fact-finding mission was now the traditional Washington substitute for policy. ~ Barbara W Tuchman
345:The traditional university will surely be gone in fifty years, swept away by technology. ~ Matt Ridley
346:The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living. ~ Karl Marx
347:tradition emphasises the uselessness of material barriers in halting a witch's notions ~ H P Lovecraft
348:Waltes is still played, which is a bowl and dice game that's traditional for this area. ~ Richard Dyer
349:We need to say goodbye to the traditional methodologies of corporate universities. ~ Marcus Buckingham
350:A single man’s imperfect conscience can never be superior to centuries of tradition. ~ Philippa Gregory
351:Canonical writing is born of an originality fused with tradition. – From the book jacket ~ Harold Bloom
352:Disney has a great tradition of enchanting children and giving them something to behold. ~ Nicolas Cage
353:Don't talk to me about naval tradition. It's nothing but rum, sodomy, and the lash. ~ Winston Churchill
354:himself like a comet.” “A supernova,” Venable said. “He went back to traditional values ~ Iris Johansen
355:I'm happiest with people who've gotten furthest from traditional ideas of nationalism. ~ William Gibson
356:Man must not check reason by tradition, but contrariwise, must check tradition by reason. ~ Leo Tolstoy
357:My wife and I have a tradition of popcorn and videos with our kids on Friday evenings. ~ Ozwald Boateng
358:Prejudice is a product of ignorance that hides behind barriers of tradition, Inspector. ~ Jasper Fforde
359:So strong is tradition that later generations will dream of what they have never seen. ~ G K Chesterton
360:The National Park Service actually has something of a tradition of making things extinct. ~ Bill Bryson
361:Tradition does not mean that the living are dead, it means that the dead are living. ~ Harold MacMillan
362:Tradition is a fragile thing in a culture built entirely on the memories of the elders. ~ Alice Albinia
363:By instinct and tradition, I don't like the thing. I like to look someone in the eye. ~ Walter F Mondale
364:continuous revolution had three sources: ideology, tradition, and Chinese nationalism. ~ Henry Kissinger
365:For God's sake build not your faith upon Tradition, 'tis as rotten as a rotten Post. ~ Nicholas Culpeper
366:I know that traditionally, monsters hang around empty places for no apparent reason—and ~ Karl Schroeder
367:In many parts of India, chit funds address gaps left by the traditional banking sector. ~ R Vaidyanathan
368:pleads with traditional media for better Obamacare coverage (Joan McCarter) ~ Anonymous
369:Religion and tradition remain allies in a system that's still perceived to be fair. ~ Michael J Sullivan
370:Speculative horror has become our generation’s most viable tradition of the passed story. ~ Clive Barker
371:The Jewish tradition of learning-is learning. Adam chose knowledge instead of immortality. ~ Elie Wiesel
372:Traditionally, lots of vagrants and unemployable characters wind up working in kitchens. ~ Alex Kapranos
373:Zora and her daughters are a tradition-within-the-tradition, a black woman’s voice. ~ Zora Neale Hurston
374:Cranes traditionally represent a wish for peace. I closed my eyes and wished. Uselessly. Hard. ~ Erin Bow
375:Don't talk to me about naval tradition. It's nothing but rum, sodomy, and the lash. ~ Winston S Churchill
376:Luckily, however, life doesn't always follow tradition, but craves out a path of its own. ~ Kader Abdolah
377:Nothing about him was traditionally handsome, and for it all, he was astonishingly striking. ~ Elise Kova
378:Often, the less there is to justify a traditional custom, the harder it is to get rid of it. ~ Mark Twain
379:Scientists are the enemies of tradition , and tradition own all the prisons. - Victor Vigny ~ Eoin Colfer
380:The bird that would soar above the plane of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings. ~ Kate Chopin
381:Traditional Anglo-Saxon intolerance is a local and temporal culture trait like any other. ~ Ruth Benedict
382:Traditional marriage in the platform is the essential building block to our civilization. ~ Ken Blackwell
383:Tradition and conscience are the two wings given to the human soul to reach the truth. ~ Giuseppe Mazzini
384:When men are oppressed, it's a tragedy. When women are oppressed, it's tradition. ~ Letty Cottin Pogrebin
385:When you create something new, you're breaking tradition - which is an act of defiance. ~ Steven Strogatz
386:Ce qu'il y a de bien avec les traditions, c'est qu'elles conservent la force des souvenirs. ~ Ava Dellaira
387:Freedom of speech does not mean freedom of offending culture, religion or traditions. ~ Staffan de Mistura
388:I realized it wasn't necessary to work in the traditional methods of carving and casting. ~ Martin Puryear
389:Kagyu school lies in the tradition of passing instructions orally from master to ~ Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche
390:Morality” in the ancient sense is a specifically traditioned way to live a full human life. ~ C Kavin Rowe
391:My guitar playing is a synthesis of traditional American acoustic style and Urban Pop and RB. ~ John Oates
392:Philosophize: you are a mistress, part of a great hysterical you mean historical tradition. ~ Lorrie Moore
393:Everywhere, authority and tradition have to justify themselves in the face of questions. ~ Gustav Heinemann
394:I am convinced that salvation in the biblical tradition has to do primarily with this life. ~ Marcus J Borg
395:Mini dresses that have an over skirt of tulle makes it traditional and modern at the same time. ~ Reem Acra
396:...status, as in any traditional, class-conscious society, declines more slowly than wealth. ~ Mohsin Hamid
397:The bird that would soar above the plain of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings. ~ Douglas Adams
398:The idea that consciousness is the ground of being is the basis of all spiritual traditions. ~ Amit Goswami
399:Traditionally, Young Republicans have been a leading indicator of the direction of the party. ~ Roger Stone
400:Actually I have a tradition that I always steal my last costume on the last day of filming. ~ Channing Tatum
401:Amazing tradition. They throw a great party for you on the one day they know you can't come. ~ Jeff Goldblum
402:As beautiful as simplicity is, it can become a tradition that stands in the way of exploration. ~ Laura Nyro
403:Digital technology is the solvent leaching the glue out of all of our traditional institutions. ~ Paul Saffo
404:I'm a scientist. We don't talk about the spirit. Soul is a four letter word in our tradition. ~ Candace Pert
405:In the tradition of great female artists, Karla Bonoff, Bonnie Raitt, Christine McVie, Shawn ~ Art Garfunkel
406:Man must not check his reason by tradition, but, contrariwise, must check tradition by reason. ~ Leo Tolstoy
407:Only one who has mastered a tradition has a right to attempt to add to it or rebel against it. ~ Chaim Potok
408:The word 'tradition' covered it all, as it covered so many things, some useful, some foolish. ~ Isaac Asimov
409:Tradition can, to be sure, participate in a creation, but it can no longer be creative itself. ~ Kenzo Tange
410:You can keep an old tradition going only by renewing it in terms of current circumstances. ~ Joseph Campbell
411:China traditionally has been a tea-drinking country but we turned them into coffee drinkers. ~ Howard Schultz
412:Few except the poor preserve traditions. Aristocrats live not in traditions but in fashions. ~ G K Chesterton
413:I am keenly aware that I benefit from a wonderful tradition in the UK of designing and making. ~ Jonathan Ive
414:I probably take a pretty traditional view about hell. I'm not very contemporary in terms of that. ~ T D Jakes
415:I spent the 1960s and 1970s seeking myself - the working-class tradition of self-education. ~ Ken Livingstone
416:Our moral traditions developed concurrently with our reason, not as its product. ~ Friedrich August von Hayek
417:The dead and the unborn make their presence known through traditions, institutions, and laws. ~ Roger Scruton
418:The great works belong to no one nation, no one cultural tradition even. They are universal. ~ George Brandis
419:There is no country on earth with a stronger tradition of protecting the public's right to know. ~ Roy Barnes
420:We have a long tradition in this state of caring for our neighbors - it is truly an Iowa value. ~ Tom Vilsack
421:Fear, logic, and tradition are not going to make you live a good life when no one is looking. ~ Timothy Keller
422:He who does not believe according to the tradition of the Catholic Church is an unbeliever. ~ John of Damascus
423:I belong to a tradition that believes that the death of a single child is a blemish on creation. ~ Elie Wiesel
424:Modern India is a product of Hindu tradition, the religion of Islam, and Western civilization. ~ Gurcharan Das
425:the ability to blur the traditional distinction between ``passive'' data and ``active'' processes. ~ Anonymous
426:The problem with tradition is that it can cause even an error of great magnitude to go unnoticed ~ Osamu Dazai
427:there was no beatnik movement in Germany because there were now no traditions to revolt against; ~ Ian Fleming
428:The strongest continuous thread in America's political tradition is skepticism about government. ~ George Will
429:The true friends of the people are neither revolutionaries, nor innovators, but traditionalists. ~ Pope Pius X
430:This is Golgotha: people tend to end up dead in these here parts; it's kind of a town tradition. ~ R S Belcher
431:This was why Singers clung to tradition. To Laws. Surprises conflicted too much with duty. Sellis ~ Fran Wilde
432:Too many contemporary Christians barely hide their contempt for “traditional ways of doing things. ~ Anonymous
433:We cannot restore traditional American freedom unless we limit the government's power to tax. ~ Frank Chodorov
434:A change of environment is the traditional fallacy upon which doomed loves, and lungs, rely. ~ Vladimir Nabokov
435:Churches all over the country have decided they love their traditions more than their children. ~ Erwin McManus
436:Every traditional ways in politics that you get rid of an enemy has not worked on Donald Trump. ~ Rush Limbaugh
437:From now on, every Christmas, let's have a tradition where we eat soup out of a can by the fire. ~ Cindi Madsen
438:Ignorance and bloodlust have a long tradition in the United States, especially in the red states. ~ Jane Smiley
439:I have heard that in the New Zealand native tradition, the soul, when it dies, becomes a star. ~ Eleanor Catton
440:In the South of Spain, one could look to vice as quickly as to virtue for a sense of tradition. ~ Norman Mailer
441:Metaphor has traditionally been regarded as the matrix and pattern of the figures of speech. ~ Marshall McLuhan
442:Nationalism is essentially a group memory of past achievements, traditions, and experiences, ~ Jawaharlal Nehru
443:Neither Jewish morality nor Jewish tradition can be used to disallow terror as a means of war. ~ Yitzhak Shamir
444:One of the things we in the Reformed tradition are very good at is writing doctrinal theology! ~ Oliver D Crisp
445:The bird that would soar above the level plain of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings. ~ Kate Chopin
446:The esoteric finds the Absolute within the traditions, as poets find poetry within the poems. ~ Frithjof Schuon
447:The newspaper concluded: “Now tradition takes over, masks are the rule, and the carnival begins. ~ M T Anderson
448:The youth of America is their oldest tradition. It has been going on now for three hundred years. ~ Oscar Wilde
449:Americans love to fight, traditionally. All real Americans love the sting and clash of battle. ~ George S Patton
450:Circles were traditionally vicious. Catherine suspected other shapes had teeth too, but better PR. ~ Mick Herron
451:Killing Tutsis was a political tradition in postcolonial Rwanda; it brought people together. ~ Philip Gourevitch
452:That traditional family values and a streamlined faith would restore our country to greatness. ~ Kristen Simmons
453:The ancient spiritual tradition is that God gives himself fully to us in silence and solitude. ~ Brennan Manning
454:The most important advance that the West has yet made is to develop a secularist moral tradition ~ Richard Rorty
455:To relate a Beethoven sonata to the testicles is hardly in the style of traditional aesthetics. ~ Terry Eagleton
456:But, I don't want to assume that our tradition of excellence is a guarantee of future excellence. ~ Dave Heineman
457:For better or for worse, traditional family structure is going the way of buggy whips and bustles. ~ David Bishop
458:Her legacy is that of a woman who refused to conform to the misogynistic traditions of her time. ~ Eleanor Herman
459:I just feel passionately about the horses and I will until it's no longer a tradition in New York. ~ Kim Basinger
460:I'm a traditional martial artist and I'm always going to carry myself in the most respectful way I can. ~ Cung Le
461:In general, Gazprom is doing well and is increasing export in its traditional partner countries. ~ Vladimir Putin
462:It is the tyranny of hidden prejudices that makes us deaf to what speaks to us in tradition. ~ Hans Georg Gadamer
463:La poésie n'est pas une tradition, c'est un rêve primitif, c'est l'éveil des images premières. ~ Gaston Bachelard
464:many of us are legitimately trying to perform research in the same manner as traditional scientists. ~ Zak Bagans
465:Philosophers have a long tradition of marrying stupid women, from Socrates on. They think it clever. ~ Simon Gray
466:Public school teachers are the new priesthood while traditional religion is ridiculed and maligned. ~ Ann Coulter
467:Science?is so greatly opposed to history and tradition that it cannot be absorbed by our civilization. ~ Max Born
468:The literature of women's lives is a tradition of escapees, women who have lived to tell the tale. ~ Phyllis Rose
469:There may have been some strife between the two families, but in the end, tradition and power won out ~ Ker Dukey
470:The traditional disputes of philosophers are, for the most part, as unwarranted as they are unfruitful ~ A J Ayer
471:Traditionally, animation has been dominated by men in the past. I don't know why it attracted guys. ~ Pete Docter
472:Traditionally, psychology has been the study of two populations: university freshmen and white rats. ~ Paul Bloom
473:Virtually every spiritual tradition teaches that your higher self is the presence of God within you. ~ Wayne Dyer
474:America has an honored tradition of never leaving its soldiers on the battlefield—and we never should. ~ Anonymous
475:Generosity, citrine said. Prosperity. Those were its ancient properties, its traditional symbolism. ~ Mindy Klasky
476:I am a traditional man. I'm a product of a traditional man. He sacrificed everything for his family. ~ Andy Garcia
477:I don't think people have ever cast me for anything too traditional or midwestern or housewifey. ~ Anjelica Huston
478:I sort of hate the novel when it doesn't push, restlessly, against the tradition and the traditional. ~ Rick Moody
479:I will always speak out when someone says that a principle or a rule or a tradition trumps people. ~ Gene Robinson
480:The Faculty of Technology of Tohoku University is renowned for its tradition of practical studies. ~ Koichi Tanaka
481:The traditional disputes of philosophers are, for the most part, as unwarranted as they are unfruitful. ~ A J Ayer
482:Tradition is a detestable peddler of errors, to which, alas, the Devil lends a long and tenacious life. ~ Jean Ray
483:And he said unto them, Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition. ~ Anonymous
484:Be careful that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deceit based on human tradition,  ~ Anonymous
485:Every spiritual tradition has this idea of death and resurrection. It's not unique to Christianity. ~ Deepak Chopra
486:Female listeners are leaving traditional talk radio because of the rough-edged, shouting nature of it. ~ Jane Fonda
487:Ignoring great insights is a venerable tradition in cosmology (and indeed in science more generally). ~ Max Tegmark
488:I'm really not this jazz traditionalist guy you've been making me out to be all of these years. ~ Christian McBride
489:It’s love that is at the very core of witch tradition, my darling girl.  The rest is just trappings. ~ Debora Geary
490:I want our government to encourage and protect freedom as well as our traditions of faith and family. ~ Jesse Helms
491:Overlark is a brilliant man in the Humanist Tradition."
"At the name of which even buzzards gag. ~ R A Lafferty
492:The observance of communal traditions involves a constant sacrifice of the individual to the state. ~ Kakuz Okakura
493:There is a Jewish tradition of family, too, but then not all Italian or Jewish families are close. ~ Richard Rogers
494:There is no such thing as a stationary tradition. Traditions are always developing, living things. ~ Oliver D Crisp
495:Thrillers have been traditionally very masculine books; the women characters often rather decorative. ~ Ken Follett
496:Traditional Islam is a mixture of all obedience to Allah, and if that requires militancy, so be it. ~ Deepak Chopra
497:Coco Chanel was always doing things with ballet, so it is a tradition clashing fashion and ballet. ~ Carine Roitfeld
498:Do not take on a traditionally built person unless you are prepared for a heavyweight bout. ~ Alexander McCall Smith
499:I'm definitely not a traditionalist, because a traditionalist would be going to church every Sunday. ~ Oprah Winfrey
500:People have their cultural reasons for eating meat, their traditional reasons, their likes and dislikes. ~ Suzy Amis


   18 Integral Yoga

   18 Sri Aurobindo
   7 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   3 The Mother
   2 Satprem

   7 The Secret Of The Veda
   4 The Secret Doctrine
   4 Hymns to the Mystic Fire
   3 Vedic and Philological Studies
   2 Record of Yoga
   2 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 08
   2 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03

02.02 - Lines of the Descent of Consciousness, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   All the ancient legends about a principle and a personalityof Denial and Ignorance, of an Everlasting Nayrefer to this fact of a descending consciousness, a Fall. The Vedantic my, spoken of sometimes as the Dark Mother, seems to be the personification of the lower Overmind, Jehovah and Satan of the Hebrews, Olympians and Titans of the Greeks, Ahriman and Ahura Mazda of old Iran, the sons of Diti and Aditi the Indian Puranas speak of, are powers and personalities of consciousness when it has descended entirely into the mind and the vital where the division is complete. These lower reaches have completely lost the unitary consciousness; still there are beings even here that have succeeded in maintaining it as a memory or an aspiration, although in a general way the living reality of the oneness is absent. It is significant that the term asura which came to mean in classical and mythological ages a + sura, not-god, the Titan, had originally a different connotation and etymology, asu + ra, one having force or strength, and was used as a general attri bute of all the gods. The degradation in the sense of the word is a pointer to the spiritual Fall: Satan was once Lucifer, the bringer or bearer of light. We may mention in this connection that these beings of which we are speaking, dwelling in unseen worlds, are of two broad categories(1) beings that are native to each plane and immutably confined and bound to that plane, and (2) those that extend their existence through many or all planes and assume on each plane the norm and form appropriate to that plane. But this is a problem of individual destiny with which we are not concerned at present.

06.05 - The Story of Creation, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The one indivisible Reality and its pure consciousness: that is the origin. This Supreme Consciousness chose to objectify himself, bring himself out of himself, witness himself in play the Upanishad says, the One wished to have a second, a companion to himself, sa dwityam aichhat. This power of self-objectification is a free-will given to the consciousness to move out of its original unified status and move abroad and away, as it liked. Thus the Supreme saw himself as his own power of self-manifestation, and that is the Mother Consciousness, Adya Shakti, Aditiconsciousness-power, who again in her forward creative urge expressed herself in the first four major Emanations (Maheshwari, Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati). But this free urge, free to separate itself and proceed in an independent movement of self-expression and evolution precipitated itself immediately, almost as a logical consequence of its career of free choice, into the Denial, the Negation that is inconscience. So, against the Supreme, the Divine Consciousness, there stood out the utter unconsciousness: the Light disappeared into absolute Darkness. It was the result of a self-choice in the consciousness: but the end was the very opposite of consciousness.
   It was a dead silence, more silent than Death and more dead than Silence itself. And it was utter helplessness and hopelessness. The Divine Consciousness Aditisaw the terrible line of destiny that freedom had taken and ended in: she could stand it no longer and a cry went out for succour, for help. And the answer came immediate, a ray shot down from the one Supreme Consciousness and entered into the womb of Inconscience. Lo, the miracle, Matter was born, the first creation, the first manifestation of the Supreme Grace. Matter holds in it the spark of consciousness that is to grow and unfold itself, shine more and more into the enveloping gloom of Inconscience, illumining it farther and farther, pushing its frontiers ever backward and away.

1.02 - The Doctrine of the Mystics, #Hymns to the Mystic Fire, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  There are also female energies; for the Deva is both Male and Female and the gods also are either activising souls or passively executive and methodising energies. Aditi, infinite Mother of the Gods, comes first; and there are besides five powers of the Truthconsciousness, - Mahi or Bharati, the vast Word that brings us all things out of the divine source; Ila, the strong primal word of the Truth who gives us its active vision; Saraswati, its streaming current and the word of its inspiration; Sarama, the Intuition, hound of heaven who descends into the cavern of the subconscient and finds there the concealed illuminations; Dakshina, whose function is to discern rightly, dispose the action and the offering and distri bute in the sacrifice to each godhead its portion. Each god, too, has his female energy.

10.35 - The Moral and the Spiritual, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 04, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The Indian consciousness did not consider anything essentially evil, anything irrevocably and eternally condemned to perdition. Even the Asura, the anti-Divine is viewed, in the last analysis of things, also as an aspect, a formation of the Divine himself. Diti and Aditi are sisters, twin aspects of the same Supreme Being. All the legends in narrating the life history of the Asura describe his end as a submission to the Divine Will and a merging in Him. An entire life of bitter hostility culminates in the same degree of love for the Divine. The process of enmity seems to have a deeper occult meaning conducive to the more perfect union with the Divine. We know in Savitri how Sri Aurobindo speaks of Death as only a mask of Immortality.

1.03 - Hymns of Gritsamada, #Hymns to the Mystic Fire, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    11. O Divine Fire, thou art Aditi, the indivisible Mother to the giver of the sacrifice; thou art Bharati, voice of the offering, and thou growest by the word. Thou art Ila of the hundred winters wise to discern; O Master of the Treasure, thou art Saraswati who slays the python adversary.

1.04 - The Gods of the Veda, #Vedic and Philological Studies, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  It was this aspect of impure mahas, vijnanam working not in its own home, swe dame but in the house of a stranger, as a servant of an inferior faculty, reason as we call it, which led the Rishi Mahachamasya to include mahas among the vyahritis. But vijnana itself is an integral part of the supreme movement, it is divine thought in divine being,therefore not a vyahriti. The Veda uses to express this pure Truth &ideal knowledge another word, equivalent in meaning to mahat,the word brihat and couples with it two other significant expressions, satyam & ritam. This trinity of satyam ritam brihatSacchidananda objectivisedis the Mahan Atma. Satyam is Truth, the principle of infinite & divine Being, Sat objectivised to Knowledge as the Truth of things self-manifested; Ritam is Law, the motion of things thought out, the principle of divine self-aware energy, Chit-shakti objectivised to knowledge as the Truth of things selfarranged; Brihat is full content & fullness, satisfaction, Nature, the principle of divine Bliss objectivised to knowledge as the Truth of things contented with its own manifestation in law of being & law of action. For, as the Vedanta tells us, there is no lasting satisfaction in the little, in the unillumined or half-illumined things of mind & sense, satisfaction there is only in the large, the self-true & self-existent. Nalpe sukham asti bhumaiva sukham. Bhuma, brihat, mahat, that is God. It is Ananda therefore that insists on largeness & constitutes the mahat or brihat. Ananda is the soul of Nature, its essentiality, creative power & peace. The harmony of creative power & peace, pravritti & nivritti, jana & shama, is the divine state which we feelas Wordsworth felt itwhen we go back to the brihat, the wide & infinite which, containing & contented with its works, says of it Sukritam, What I have made, is good. Whoever enters this kingdom of Mahat, this Maho Arnas or great sea of ideal knowledge, comes into possession of his true being, true knowledge, true bliss. He attains the ideal powers of drishti, sruti, smritisees truth face to face, hears her unerring voice or knows her by immediate recognising memoryjust as we say of a friend This is he and need no reasoning of observation, comparison, induction or deduction to tell us who he is or to explain our knowledge to ourselvesthough we may, already knowing the truth, use a self-evident reasoning masterfully in order to convince others. The characteristic of ideal knowledge is first that it is direct in its approach, secondly, that it is self-evident in its revelation, swayamprakasha, thirdly, that it is unerring fact of being, sat, satyam in its substance. Moreover, it is always perfectly satisfied & divinely pleasurable; it is atmarati & atmastha, confines itself to itself & does not reach out beyond itself to grasp at error or grope within itself to stumble over ignorance. It is, too, perfectly effective whether for knowledge, speech or action, satyakarma, satyapratijna, satyavadi. The man who rising beyond the state of the manu, manishi or thinker which men are now, becomes the kavi or direct seer, containing what he sees,he who draws the manomaya purusha up into the vijnanamaya,is in all things true. Truth is his characteristic, his law of being, the stamp that God has put upon him. But even for the manishi ideal Truth has its bounties. For from thence come the intuitions of the poet, the thinker, the artist, scientist, man of action, merchant, craftsman, labourer each in his sphere, the seed of the great thoughts, discoveries, faiths that help the world and save our human works & destinies from decay & dissolution. But in utilising these messages from our higher selves for the world, in giving them a form or a practical tendency, we use our intellects, feelings or imaginations and alter to their moulds or colour with their pigments the Truth. That alloy seems to be needed to make this gold from the mines above run current among men. This then is Maho Arnas.The psychological conceptions of our remote forefa thers concerning it have so long been alien to our thought & experience that they may be a little difficult to follow & more difficult to accept mentally. But we must understand & grasp them in their fullness if we have any desire to know the meaning of the Veda. For they are the very centre & keystone of Vedic psychology. Maho Arnas, the Great Ocean, is the stream of our being which at once divides & connects the human in us from the divine, & to cross over from the human to the divine, from this small & divided finite to that one, great & infinite, from this death to that immortality, leaving Diti for Aditi, alpam for bhuma, martyam for amritam is the great preoccupation & final aim of Veda & Vedanta.

1.05 - Ritam, #Vedic and Philological Studies, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Varuna & Mitra, the two great Vedic Twins, meet us in their united activity in the first crucial passage of the Veda informed with the clear & unmistakable idea of the Ritam which so largely dominates the thinking of the Vedic sages. Varuna & Mitra again, but this time helped by their companion Aryaman, govern a second passage which we shall find of equal importance in forming our conceptions of the Truth towards which our ancestors lifted so strenuous an aspiration of prayer and sacrifice. It occurs in the forty-first hymn of the Mandala, a hymn of the Rishi Kanwa son of Ghora to the three children of Aditi, & covers six out of the nine slokas of the hymn. It is fortunately a sufficiently clear & easy hymn, except precisely in the three closing riks with which we are not now concerned; we have to pause only for a moment [at] the word avakhdah, over which Sayana gives himself very unnecessary trouble,for it means clearly a pitfall or an abrupt descent, and the sense of dhtaye, taken by Sayana in the ritualistic significance, for your eating, and by myself, following my hypothesis, in the psychological sense conceded by Sayana in a number of other passages; dhti means literally holding & usually holding in the mind, thinking; it expresses then the fixed action of dh, the thought faculty. Otherwise the only difficulty is in the word toka which the ritualistic commentators interpret invariably in the sense of son, putra.
  I translate, He whom Varuna, Mitra & Aryaman guard, they who see with the conscious mind, can that man at all be crushed? The mortal whom they like a multitude of arms fill with his desires and protect from his hurter, he unhurt grows to completeness in being (or prospers in all his being). In front of these the Kings smite apart their obstacles & smite apart their haters and lead them beyond all sin. Easy to travel & thornless is your path, O sons of Aditi, for him who travels to the Truth; here there is no pitfall in your way. That sacrifice which you lead, O strong sons of Aditi, (or O Purushas sons of Aditi,) by the straight path, that goes forward to its place in the thought. That mortal moves unoverthrown towards delightful being, yea & to all kind of creation by the self. The rest of the hymn is taken up by certain conditions necessary for the effectivity of the praise of the three great deities whose protection assures this safe & prosperous movement to their worshipper.
  The sense is completed & the spiritual character of the journey explicitly & unmistakably brought out in the next, the fourth rik of the Sukta. The traveller is one who is journeying towards the Truth, the ritam. We have already hazarded the conception of the Ritam as the principle of Mahas, the spontaneous, self-existent, self-efficient nature of the infinite & divine consciousness, satyam ritam brihat, to which right action, right emotion, right knowledge, right enjoyment belong inalienably & result naturally & without effort or stumble. In its moral aspect, that conception is now entirely justified. The path of Truth, ritasya panth sdhuy, is suga anrikshara; there are no pitfalls or precipices in that road; for it is the road of the Adityas, the children of Light & Infinity, sons of Aditi, the Infinite Nature, brothers of Surya to whom belongs the revealed knowledge & the divine illumination. It is as we shall see in the next line the straight road rijun path. Sugah panth anrikshara ditysa ritam yate. Ntrvakhdo asti vah.

1.08 - Attendants, #Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo, #Nirodbaran, #Integral Yoga
  One day he conceived the idea of getting Sri Aurobindo's footprints; but how was he to do it without troubling him in any way or without informing him in advance? He had a brain-wave. He kept a white sheet of paper and pencil ready. As soon as Sri Aurobindo sat on the chair, he pushed the sheet of paper under his feet and asked, "May I draw your footprint?" Sri Aurobindo not only consented but later wrote "Love and Blessings" on the drawing. Let us not forget, by the way, that Champaklal is an artist. Whenever he saw Sri Aurobindo in what seemed to him statuesque poses his heart would go into rapture and he would call us to share his joy. He would exclaim, "Ah, if a photograph could be taken of this marvellous pose!" The Mother has said that he has "a natural talent already developed to an unusual degree". On one of his birthdays he painted two lotuses, white and red, and offered the pictures to the Mother. She was very pleased and said she would take them to Sri Aurobindo and ask him to write something. He wrote under the painting of the white lotus: Aditi, The Divine Mother. And the Mother wrote on the other: The Avatar. But she forbade Champaklal to show them to anyone, for people would not understand what they meant.

1.09 - Saraswati and Her Consorts, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The number seven plays an exceedingly important part in the
  Vedic system, as in most very ancient schools of thought. We find it recurring constantly, - the seven delights, sapta ratnani; the seven flames, tongues or rays of Agni, sapta arcis.ah., sapta jvalah.; the seven forms of the Thought-principle, sapta dhtayah.; the seven Rays or Cows, forms of the Cow unslayable, Aditi, mother of the gods, sapta gavah.; the seven rivers, the seven mothers or fostering cows, sapta matarah., sapta dhenavah., a term applied indifferently to the Rays and to the Rivers. All these sets of seven depend, it seems to me, upon the Vedic classification of the fundamental principles, the tattvas, of existence.

1.11 - The Seven Rivers, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  We see that these Waters are the same as those of Vamadeva's hymn, of Vasishtha's, closely connected with the clarity and the honey, - ghr.tasya yonau srava the madhunam, scotanti dhara madhuno ghr.tasya; they lead to the Truth, they are themselves the source of the Truth, they flow in the unobstructed and shoreless Vast as well as here upon the earth. They are figured as fostering cows (dhenavah.), mares (asvah.), they are called sapta van.h., the seven Words of the creative goddess Vak, - Speech, the expressive power of Aditi, of the supreme Prakriti who is spoken of as the Cow just as the Deva or Purusha is described in the Veda as Vrishabha or Vrishan, the Bull. They are therefore the seven strands of all being, the seven streams or currents or forms of movement of the one conscious existence.
  The rest of the passage describes the ascent of this divine conscious-force, Agni, this Immortal in mortals who in the sacrifice takes the place of the ordinary will and knowledge of man, from the mortal and physical consciousness to the immortality of the Truth and the Beatitude. The Vedic Rishis speak of five births for man, five worlds of creatures where works are done, panca janah., panca kr.s.t.h. or ks.ith.. Dyaus and Prithivi represent the pure mental and the physical consciousness; between them is the Antariksha, the intermediate or connecting level of the vital or nervous consciousness. Dyaus and Prithivi are Rodasi, our two firmaments; but these have to be overpassed, for then we find admission to another heaven than that of the pure mind - to the wide, the Vast which is the basis, the foundation (budhna) of the infinite consciousness, Aditi. This Vast is the Truth which supports the supreme triple world, those highest steps or seats
  (padani, sadamsi) of Agni, of Vishnu, those supreme Names of the Mother, the cow, Aditi. The Vast or Truth is declared to be

1.12 - The Herds of the Dawn, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Gu (gavah.) and go (gavah.) bear throughout the Vedic hymns this double sense of cows and radiances. In the ancient Indian system of thought being and consciousness were aspects of each other, and Aditi, infinite existence from whom the gods are born, described as the Mother with her seven names and seven seats
  (dhamani), is also conceived as the infinite consciousness, the

1.13 - Dawn and the Truth, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  If then the cow is a Vedic symbol for the physical light or for spiritual illumination the phrase must either bear this sense that she is the mother or source of the physical rays of the daylight or else that she creates the radiances of the supreme
  Day, the splendour and clarity of the inner illumination. But we see in the Veda that Aditi, the Mother of the Gods, is described both as the Cow and as the general Mother; she is the Supreme
  Light and all radiances proceed from her. Psychologically, Aditi is the supreme or infinite Consciousness, mother of the gods, in opposition to Danu or Diti,1 the divided consciousness, mother of Vritra and the other Danavas - enemies of the gods and of man in his progress. In a more general aspect she is the source of all the cosmic forms of consciousness from the physical upwards; the seven cows, sapta gavah., are her forms and there are, we are told, seven names and seven seats of the Mother. Usha as the mother of the cows can only be a form or power of this supreme
  Light, of this supreme Consciousness, of Aditi. And in fact, we do find her so described in I.113.19, mata devanam aditer ankam, "Mother of the gods, form (or, power) of Aditi."
  But the illumining dawn of the higher or undivided Consciousness is always the dawn of the Truth; if Usha is that illumining dawn, then we are bound to find her advent frequently associated in the verses of the Rig Veda with the idea of the
  Not that the word Aditi is etymologically the privative of Diti; the two words derive from entirely different roots, ad and di.

1.14 - The Secret, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  Shadow and Light, Good and Evil have all prepared a divine birth in Matter: "Day and Night both suckle the divine Child." 253 Nothing is accursed, nothing is in vain. Night and Day are "two sisters, immortal, with a common Lover (the Sun) . . . common they, though different their forms." (I.113.2.3) At the end of the "pilgrimage" of ascent and descent, the seeker is "a son of the two Mothers (III.55.7): the son of Aditi, the white Mother254 of the superconscious infinite, and the son of Diti, the earthly Mother of "the dark infinite." He possesses "the two births," human and divine, "eternal and in one nest . . . as the Enjoyer of his two wives" (I.62.7): "The contents of the pregnant hill255 (came forth) for the supreme birth . . . a god opened the human doors." (V.45) "Then indeed, they awoke and saw all behind and wide around them, then, indeed, they held the ecstasy that is enjoyed in heaven. In all gated houses256 were all the gods." (Rig Veda IV.1.18)

1.18 - The Human Fathers, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  (devatra martyatra); possessing may we possess you, O Mitra and Varuna, becoming may we become you, O Heaven and
  Earth," sanema mitravarun.a sananto, bhavema dyavapr.thiv bhavantah.. This is evidently the sense that we are to possess and become the infinities or children of Aditi, the godheads,

1.19 - The Victory of the Fathers, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  This path, he tells us, is the path which leads to immortality;
  "they who entered into all things that bear right fruit formed a path towards the immortality; earth stood wide for them by the greatness and by the Great Ones, the mother Aditi with her sons came (or, manifested herself) for the upholding" (I.72.9).1 That
  A ye visva svapatyani tasthuh., kr.n.vanaso amr.tatvaya gatum; mahna mahadbhih. pr.thiv vi tasthe, mata putrair Aditir dhayase veh..
  Truth of the divine or immortal existence. Equally then must the
  Panis be the powers that prevent the Truth from emerging out of the subconscient condition and that constantly strive to steal its illuminations from man and throw him back into the Night, and Vritra must be the power that obstructs and prevents the free movement of the illumined rivers of the Truth, obstructs the impulsion of the Truth in us, r.tasya pres.a, the luminous impulsion, jyotis.matm, which carries us beyond the Night to the immortality. And the gods, the sons of Aditi, must be on the contrary the luminous divine powers, born of the infinite consciousness Aditi, whose formation and activity in our human and mortal being are necessary for our growth into the godhead, into the being of the Deva (devatvam) which is the Immortality.
   females of the herd knew that and they followed after it; the ruddy one was manifested by the victorious attainment (or, the splendour) of the cow of Light," te manvata prathamam nama dhenos, trih. sapta matuh. paraman.i vindan; taj janatr abhyanus.ata vra, avirbhuvad arun.r yasasa goh.. The Mother here is Aditi, the infinite consciousness, who is the Dhenu or fostering Cow with the seven rivers for her sevenfold streaming as well as Go the Cow of Light with the Dawns for her children; the Ruddy One is the divine Dawn and the herd or rays are her dawning illuminations. The first name of the Mother with her thrice seven supreme seats, that which the dawns or mental illuminations know and move towards, must be the name or deity of the supreme Deva, who is infinite being and infinite consciousness and infinite bliss, and the seats are the three divine worlds, called earlier in the hymn the three supreme births of
  Agni, Satya, Tapas and Jana of the Puranas, which correspond to these three infinities of the Deva and each fulfils in its own way the sevenfold principle of our existence: thus we get the series of thrice seven seats of Aditi manifested in all her glory by the opening out of the Dawn of Truth.3 Thus we see that the achievement of the Light and Truth by the human fathers is also an ascent to the Immortality of the supreme and divine status, to the first name of the all-creating infinite Mother, to her thrice seven supreme degrees of this ascending existence, to the highest levels of the eternal hill (sanu, adri).
  Soma) poured out everywhere. He is the infinite being of all the lords of sacrifice (the gods) and the guest of all human beings; may Agni, accepting into himself the increasing manifestation of the gods, knower of the births, be a giver of happiness."
  In the second hymn of the fourth Mandala we get very clearly and suggestively the parallelism of the seven Rishis who are the divine Angirases and the human fathers. The passage is preceded by four verses, IV.2.11-14, which bring in the idea of the human seeking after the Truth and the Bliss. "May he the knower discern perfectly the Knowledge and the Ignorance, the wide levels and the crooked that shut in mortals; and, O God, for a bliss fruitful in offspring, lavish on us Diti and protect Aditi."
  This eleventh verse is very striking in its significance. We have the opposition of the Knowledge and the Ignorance familiar to
   the thrice seven supreme seats of Aditi the Mother, the three supreme births of Agni within the Infinite, anante antah. (IV.1.7).
  The Ignorance on the other hand is identified with the crooked or uneven levels4 which shut in mortals and it is therefore the limited, divided mortal existence. Moreover it is evident that the Ignorance is the Diti of the next half-verse, ditim ca rasva Aditim urus.ya, and the Knowledge is Aditi. Diti, called also
  Danu, means division and the obstructing powers or Vritras are her children, Danus, Danavas, Daityas, while Aditi is existence in its infinity and the mother of the gods. The Rishi desires a bliss fruitful in offspring, that is in divine works and their results and this is to be effected through the conquest of all the riches held in itself by our divided mortal being but kept from us by the
  Vritras and Panis and through the holding of them in the infinite divine being. The latter is to be in us protected from the ordinary tendency of our human existence, from subjection to the sons of
  Evidently, this is a repetition in other language of the double idea of possessing the riches of Diti, yet safeguarding Aditi. "We have done the work for thee, we have become perfect in works, the wide-shining Dawns have taken up their home in the Truth
  Then in the ninth and tenth verses we have, expressed in various formulas, the idea of the united human and divine existence, Diti and Aditi, the latter founding, controlling and flooding with itself the former. "The Truth controlled by the
  Truth I desire (i.e. the human by the divine), together the unripe things of the Cow and her ripe and honeyed yield (again the imperfect human and the perfect and blissful divine fruits of the universal consciousness and existence); she (the cow) being black (the dark and divided existence, Diti) is nourished by the shining water of the foundation, the water of the companion streams (jamaryen.a payasa). By the Truth Agni the Bull, the

1.20 - The Hound of Heaven, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Then the Rishi speaks of the great and ancient example which men are called upon to repeat, the example of the Angirases, the achievement of Sarama. "Here the stone was set in motion whereby the Navagwas chanted the hymn for the ten months, Sarama going to the Truth found the cows, the Angiras made all things true. When in the dawning of this vast One (Usha representing the infinite Aditi, mata devanam aditer ankam) all the Angirases came together with the cows (or rather, perhaps by the illuminations represented in the symbol of the cows or Rays); there was the fountain of these (illuminations) in the supreme world; by the path of the Truth Sarama found the cows." Here we see that it is through the movement of Sarama going straight to the Truth by the path of the Truth, that the seven seers, representing the seven-headed or seven-rayed thought of Ayasya and Brihaspati, find all the concealed illuminations and by force of these illuminations they all come together, as we have been already told by Vasishtha, in the level wideness, samane urve, from which the Dawn has descended with the knowledge (urvad janat gat, v. 2) or, as it is here expressed, in the dawning of this vast One, that is to say, in the infinite consciousness. There, as Vasishtha has said, they, united, agree in knowledge and do not strive together, sangatasah. sam janate na yatante mithas te, that is to say, the seven become as one, as is indicated in another hymn; they become the one seven-mouthed Angiras, an image corresponding to that of the seven-headed thought, and it is this single unified Angiras who makes all things true as the result of Sarama's discovery (verse 7). The harmonised, united, perfected Seer-Will corrects all falsehood and crookedness and turns all thought, life, action into terms of the Truth. In this hymn also the action of Sarama is precisely that of the Intuition
  Soma and of the young Seer to that field of the luminous cows, the Sun's ascent to the "luminous Ocean", its crossing over it
  "like a ship guided by the thinkers" and the descent upon man of the waters of that ocean in response to their call. In those waters the sevenfold thought of the Angiras is established by the human seer. If we remember that the Sun represents the light of the superconscient or truth-conscious knowledge and the luminous ocean the realms of the superconscient with their thrice seven seats of the Mother Aditi, the sense of these symbolic expressions2 will not be difficult to understand. It is the highest attainment of the supreme goal which follows upon the complete achievement of the Angirases, their united ascent to the plane of the Truth, just as that achievement follows upon the discovery of the herds by Sarama.
  "Indra, the Vritra-slayer, by those who were born (the sons of the sacrifice), by the offerings, by the hymns of illumination released upward the shining ones; the wide and delightful Cow
  (the cow Aditi, the vast and blissful higher consciousness) bringing for him the sweet food, the honey mixed with the ghr.ta, yielded it as her milk. For this Father also (for Heaven) they fashioned the vast and shining abode; doers of perfect works, they had the entire vision of it. Wide-upholding by their support the Parents (Heaven and Earth) they sat in that high world and embraced all its ecstasy. When for the cleaving away (of evil and falsehood) the vast Thought holds him immediately increasing in his pervasion of earth and heaven, - then for Indra in whom are the equal and faultless words, there are all irresistible energies.
  Shaktya, I.72. This is one of the Suktas which most clearly reveal the sense of the Vedic imagery, like most indeed of the hymns of Parashara, a very luminous poet who loves always to throw back something more than a corner of the mystic's veil. It is brief and I shall translate it in full. "He has created, within, the seer-knowings of the eternal Disposer of things, holding in his hand many powers (powers of the divine Purushas, narya purun.i); Agni creating together all immortalities becomes the master of the (divine) riches. All the immortals, they who are not limited (by ignorance), desiring, found him in us as if the
  Calf (of the cow Aditi) existing everywhere; labouring, travelling to the Seat, holding the Thought they attained in the supreme seat to the shining (glory) of Agni. O Agni, when through the three years (three symbolic seasons or periods corresponding perhaps to the passage through the three mental heavens) they,
   pure, had served thee, the pure one, with the ghr.ta, they held the sacrificial names and set moving (to the supreme heaven) forms well born. They had knowledge of the vast heaven and earth and bore them forward, they the sons of Rudra, the lords of the sacrifice; the mortal awoke to vision and found Agni standing in the seat supreme. Knowing perfectly (or in harmony) they kneeled down to him; they with their wives (the female energies of the gods) bowed down to him who is worthy of obeisance; purifying themselves (or, perhaps, exceeding the limits of heaven and earth) they created their own (their proper or divine) forms, guarded in the gaze, each friend, of the Friend. In thee the gods of the sacrifice found the thrice seven secret seats hidden within; they, being of one heart, protect by them the immortality. Guard thou the herds that stand and that which moves. O Agni, having knowledge of all manifestations (or births) in the worlds (or, knowing all the knowledge of the peoples) establish thy forces, continuous, for life. Knowing, within, the paths of the journeying of the gods thou becamest their sleepless messenger and the bearer of the offerings. The seven mighty ones of heaven (the rivers) placing aright the thought, knowing the Truth, discerned the doors of the felicity; Sarama found the fastness, the wideness of the cows whereby now the human creature enjoys (the supreme riches). They who entered upon all things that bear right issue, made the path to Immortality; by the great ones and by the greatness earth stood wide; the mother Aditi with her sons came for the upholding. The Immortals planted in him the shining glory, when they made the two eyes of heaven (identical probably with the two vision-powers of the Sun, the two horses of Indra); rivers, as it were, flow down released; the shining ones
  (the cows) who were here below knew, O Agni."

1.2 - Katha Upanishads, #Kena and Other Upanishads, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  { tt^ 7
  7. This is Aditi, the mother of the Gods, who was born through
  the Prana and by the mingling of the elements had her being;

17.01 - Hymn to Dawn, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 05, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   O Mother of the gods, the very Army of Aditi, the flaming
   knowledge of sacrifice, shine forth in thy vastness.
   who gives the perfect expression- that is the Supreme Good,
   That may Mitra and Varuna, and Aditi, and the waters and Earth and Heaven protect for us. [20]

1954-11-10 - Inner experience, the basis of action - Keeping open to the Force - Faith through aspiration - The Mothers symbol - The mind and vital seize experience - Degrees of sincerity -Becoming conscious of the Divine Force, #Questions And Answers 1954, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  It signifies anything one wants, you see. Twelve: thats the number of Aditi, of Mahashakti. So it applies to everything; all her action has twelve aspects. There are also her twelve virtues, her twelve powers, her twelve aspects, and then her twelve planes of manifestation and many other things that are twelve; and the symbol, the number twelve is in itself a symbol. It is the symbol of manifestation, double perfection, in essence and in manifestation, in the creation.

1955-05-18 - The Problem of Woman - Men and women - The Supreme Mother, the new creation - Gods and goddesses - A story of Creation, earth - Psychic being only on earth, beings everywhere - Going to other worlds by occult means, #Questions And Answers 1955, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  But it is precisely it is part of the creation. What we call Aditi here, that is, the Creative Consciousness, well, the Creative Consciousness

1961-10-30, #Agenda Vol 02, #unset, #Science
   All is reconciled. The Rishi is the son of two mothers: son of Aditi, the luminous cow, Mother of infinite Light, creatrix of the worlds; and son as well of Diti, the black cow, Mother of the tenebrous infinite and divided existence for when Diti at last reaches the end of her apparent Night, she gives us divine birth and the milk of heaven. All is fulfilled, The Rishi sets flowing in one movement human strengths and things divine (IX.70.3), he has realized the universal in the individual, become the Infinite in the finite: Then shall thy humanity become as if the workings of these gods; it is as if the visible heaven of light were founded in thee (V.66.2). Far from spurning the earth, he prays: O Godhead, guard for us the Infinite and lavish the finite(IV.2.11).

2.01 - Mandala One, #Vedic and Philological Studies, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  (13) Shunahshepa in fear of the Being wrathful and violent and bound against the Sun (? O son of Aditi) to the three pillars of the sacrifice, him may Varuna the King release, may the Knower unvanquished loose from him his bonds.
  (12) The son of Aditi, the strong One who has all mightinesses set us on the good path, he carried our lives across safe to their goal.
  (1) Indra and Mitra and Varuna and Agni and Aditi and the Marut host we call to increase us. O bountiful Vasus, carry us beyond out of all the evil like a chariot out of a difficult place.

2.18 - January 1939, #Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #unset, #Science
   Disciple: There is nothing in the Veda to justify their claim except one solitary Sukta called the Ambhrani Sukta. It is a Valkhilya. There Ambhrani speaks of herself as the creatrix of the Gods. Of course one can take Aditi, the infinite Divine Consciousness, as the root of the Tantra if one likes.

25.12 - AGNI, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 06, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Vayu and Soma and Indra and Aditi -
   Aditi, the Mother, one and indivisible, and the Word inviolate.

2 - Other Hymns to Agni, #Hymns to the Mystic Fire, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  11. Come down to us, O Fire, high-kindled, in one chariot with Indra and swiftly journeying gods; let Aditi, mother of mighty sons, sit on the sacred grass, let the gods, the immortals, take rapture in svaha.
  9. He makes men conscious of the knowledge and is the friend of their sacrifice; they lead him on with a mighty cord; he dwells in the gated house of the being accomplishing his aims; divine, he accepts companionship in the riches of the mortal.
    3 Here the connection between Fire and Ray-Cow and Aditi comes out; so also the psychological nature of the clarified butter and its connection with the vision of the Sun. Who is this cow that "cannot be slain" if not the cow Aditi - the Infinite Mother - the supreme Divine Consciousness creative of the cosmos, of the gods and the demons, of men and of all that is?
    4 These three births of Fire are not, as usually explained, its three physical forms - which even if accepted shows the Vedic people far from the mere primitive barbarian - his birth is connected with Truth - his births are "within in the Infinite" - saccidananda. These are the three levels of the earthly evolution on each of which this Divine Fire takes his birth, parivtah., on the plane of matter and life and mind.
  20 Or, for the riches with the fair offspring,
  21 Diti and Aditi, the divided and the undivided Consciousness, the Mother of division
  11. Come down to us, O Fire, high-kindled, in one chariot
  with Indra and swiftly journeying gods; let Aditi, mother
  of mighty sons, sit on the sacred grass, let the gods, the
   s;EBn aA gEh m0FkAy n aA gEh 1
  1. Already kindled thou art kindled again for the gods, O carrier of the offering, come along with the sons of Aditi and
  with the Rudras and with the Shining Ones, come to us for

34.02 - Hymn To All-Gods, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 08, #unset, #Science
   With the ancient mantra we invoke them all - Bhaga and Mitra and Aditi and the unstumbling Daksha, Aryaman too, and Varuna and the twin Aswins. May Saraswati, Mother of bliss, create happiness for us.

36.09 - THE SIT SUKTA, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 08, #unset, #Science
   The theme of this sukta is to awaken the power of Indra with the help of his followers, the Maruts. Who are the Maruts? We find in the Puranas that Vayu (the Wind-God) in the womb of Diti(the consciousness of duality) had been divided into forty-nine parts by the Lord Indra. As a result, the Maruts, sub-divisions or various forms of Wind, came into existence. We also know that Vayu is the life-energy and Indra is the divine mental being. Ditiis the divided consciousness, the source of multiplicity. Aditimeans the undivided, indivisible and infinite consciousness. When the wave of life-energy rises into the mind and expresses itself as multiple thoughts, it turns into Maruts. In the Rigveda the God Marut has always been invoked and worshipped along with Indra. That is to say, without Indra, the mental being, the Maruts, the mental faculties, have no separate existence. - Occult Knowledge and the Hindu Scriptures, #Essays In Philosophy And Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  But the nature of reincarnation is not the same for all the old thinkers. The Upanishads, for instance, seem to teach that the physical self is dissolved at death into its principle, ether; it is the mental being that appears to be born and reborn, but in reality birth and death are merely semblances and operations of
  Nature, - of Aditi full of the gods, Aditi devatamay; the spirit is really one in all bodies and is neither born nor dies. Nachiketas in the Katha Upanishad raises the question whether the man as we know and conceive him really survives death and this seems to be the sense of the answer that he receives.

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  & the tan refers back to
  of Aditi, the infinite existence in the paravat, parardha or higher
  being of man & the world.
  those who are identified with self-division & self-limitation, the
  sons of Diti who stand in the way of Aditi or infinite being &
  oppose the f\s referred to in the last verse.
  intoxicating juice of a material plant.
  20. Vishvesham Aditir yajniyanam, vishvesham atithir;
  Agnir devanam ava, bhavatu jatavedah.
  the gods in man all drawn into the totality of the divine Tapas,
  Agni, who is the Aditir yajniyanam, that infinite from which they
  took their birth.
  vr.ijina cha martan;
  Raye cha nah swapatyaya deva, ditim cha raswa Aditim
  Diti the broken & divided consciousness (bheda) of the Avidya
  (achittim) & in Aditi the infinite unbroken consciousness of the
  Vidya. Sayana is driven to ignore the fixed sense of aEdEt in the
  how to Surya vast when he questioned thee? or what didst thou
  reply to Aditi & Tura? Know & perfect the heavens in us, O

7.02 - The Mind, #Words Of The Mother II, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  Beloved Aditi:
  At 8:15 a.m. today the mental words clearly came,


--- Overview of noun aditi

The noun aditi has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
1. Aditi ::: (a Hindu goddess who releases from sin or disease; mother of the Adityas)

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun aditi

1 sense of aditi                            

Sense 1
   INSTANCE OF=> Hindu deity
     => deity, divinity, god, immortal
       => spiritual being, supernatural being
         => belief
           => content, cognitive content, mental object
             => cognition, knowledge, noesis
               => psychological feature
                 => abstraction, abstract entity
                   => entity

--- Hyponyms of noun aditi

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun aditi

1 sense of aditi                            

Sense 1
   INSTANCE OF=> Hindu deity

--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun aditi

1 sense of aditi                            

Sense 1
  -> Hindu deity
   => Aditya
   => Ahura
   => Asvins
   HAS INSTANCE=> Brahma
   HAS INSTANCE=> Brihaspati
   HAS INSTANCE=> Bhumi Devi
   HAS INSTANCE=> Chandi
   => Dharma
   HAS INSTANCE=> Dyaus, Dyaus-pitar
   HAS INSTANCE=> Ganesh, Ganesa, Ganesha, Ganapati
   => Garuda
   HAS INSTANCE=> Hanuman
   HAS INSTANCE=> Kartikeya, Karttikeya
   HAS INSTANCE=> Lakshmi
   => Marut
   HAS INSTANCE=> Parjanya
   HAS INSTANCE=> Parvati, Anapurna, Annapurna
   HAS INSTANCE=> Prajapati
   HAS INSTANCE=> Pushan
   => Ribhus, Rhibhus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Sarasvati
   HAS INSTANCE=> Savitar
   HAS INSTANCE=> Shakti, Sakti
   HAS INSTANCE=> Siva, Shiva
   HAS INSTANCE=> Skanda
   => Soma
   => Vajra
   HAS INSTANCE=> Varuna
   HAS INSTANCE=> Vishnu
   => avatar

--- Grep of noun aditi

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Wikipedia - Collyweston stone slate -- Traditional limestone roofing material of central England
Wikipedia - Colomba di Pasqua -- Italian traditional Easter cake
Wikipedia - Common Riding -- common riding is a Scottish equestrian tradition
Wikipedia - Concepts in folk art -- Folk and traditional arts are rooted in and reflective of the cultural life of a community
Wikipedia - Connacht -- Traditional province in the west of Ireland
Wikipedia - Conservatism -- Political philosophy focused on retaining traditional social institutions
Wikipedia - Continental philosophy -- Set of 19th- and 20th-century philosophical traditions from mainland Europe
Wikipedia - Coptic identity -- Ethnic identification of the traditional Christian community of Egypt.
Wikipedia - Coptology -- Study of the history and culture of the Copts, the Coptic language, Coptic literature, or Coptic Christian religious traditions
Wikipedia - Cornelliana -- Traditions of Cornell University
Wikipedia - Cornish mythology -- Folk tradition and mythology of the Cornish people in England
Wikipedia - Cosmic Tradition -- Books by Max and Alma Theon
Wikipedia - County Dublin -- One of the 32 traditional counties of Ireland
Wikipedia - Covenant of the Goddess -- A cross-traditional Wiccan group
Wikipedia - Cowboy -- Traditional ranch worker in North America
Wikipedia - Cozonac -- Sweet leavened bread, traditional to Romania and Bulgaria
Wikipedia - Crab claw sail -- Triangular sail with spars along upper and lower edges used by traditional Austronesians
Wikipedia - Crawfish Monica -- Louisiana food tradition
Wikipedia - Crema catalana -- Traditional Catalan dessert similar to creme brM-CM-;lee
Wikipedia - Cross-dressing -- Practice of dressing in a style or manner not traditionally associated with one's sex
Wikipedia - Crow and Pie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Csikos -- Traditional herder of horses in Hungary
Wikipedia - Cucumber soup -- A traditional Polish and Lithuanian soup made from sour, salted cucumbers and potato
Wikipedia - Cuisine of New Orleans -- Culinary traditions of New Orleans, Louisiana, US
Wikipedia - Cuisine of Quebec -- Traditional cuisine of Quebec
Wikipedia - Cuisine of the Maritimes -- Traditional cuisine of the Maritimes
Wikipedia - Cuisine -- Characteristic style of cooking practices and traditions
Wikipedia - Culture of Mexico -- Culture and traditions of the country of Mexico
Wikipedia - Culture of the Southern United States -- Culture and traditions in the southern United States
Wikipedia - Cunning folk traditions and the Latter Day Saint movement -- Early practices of the Latter Day Saints
Wikipedia - Cup-and-ball -- Traditional children's toy
Wikipedia - Curandero -- Traditional healer found in Latin America, the United States and Southern Europe
Wikipedia - Cutty Wren -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Daechwita -- Traditional Korean musical form
Wikipedia - Daina (Latvia) -- Traditional form of music from Latvia
Wikipedia - Dambe -- Hausa traditional sport
Wikipedia - Damsel in distress -- Theme in storytelling, stock character; a noble Lady in need of rescue, traditionally from dragons
Wikipedia - Dance in Uzbekistan -- overview of folk dance traditions in Uzbekistan
Wikipedia - Dangdut -- Genre of Indonesian folk and traditional popular music
Wikipedia - Dangke -- Indonesian traditional cheese
Wikipedia - Danmono -- Traditional Japanese style of instrumental music for the koto
Wikipedia - Darren Breslin -- Irish traditional musician
Wikipedia - Dartmouth College traditions -- Aspect of Dartmouth culture
Wikipedia - Daruma doll -- Traditional Japanese doll
Wikipedia - Dashanami Sampradaya -- Monastic tradition in Hinduism
Wikipedia - Day of the Little Candles -- Traditional holiday in Colombia
Wikipedia - D. Djajakusuma -- Indonesian film director and promoter of traditional art forms
Wikipedia - Debtera -- occultist and religious figure who performs magic in Ethiopian tradition
Wikipedia - Decimation (Roman army) -- Traditional military punishment
Wikipedia - Decoration Day (Appalachia and Liberia) -- A living tradition of group ancestor veneration observances focused on the maintenance and decoration of cemeteries and grave markers in Appalachia, Liberia, and other areas where Appalachian people migrated
Wikipedia - Decretum Gelasianum -- Roman Catholic ecclesiastical text traditionally attributed to Pope Gelasius I
Wikipedia - Delay of game (ice hockey) -- Ice hockey rule to prevent traditional longevity
Wikipedia - Deng Xi -- Chinese philosopher and rhetorician associated with the School of Names philosophical tradition (c.546 BC-501 BC)
Wikipedia - Deposit of faith -- The body of revealed truth in the Scriptures and Tradition proposed by the Roman Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Dhammakaya tradition -- Tradition in Thai Buddhism
Wikipedia - Dhoti -- Traditional men's garment of South Asia
Wikipedia - Dick o the Cow -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Didgeridoo -- Traditional Australian musical instrument
Wikipedia - Digor (sports) -- Traditional sport in Bhutan
Wikipedia - Dinetah -- Traditional homeland of the Navajo tribe of Native Americans
Wikipedia - Dinka religion -- Traditional religion the Dinka ethnic group of South Sudan
Wikipedia - Dirndl -- Traditional dress worn in Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria and South Tyrol
Wikipedia - Dives and Lazarus (ballad) -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Divine Liturgy -- Rite practiced in Eastern Christian traditions
Wikipedia - Docang -- Indonesian traditional dish
Wikipedia - Dog king -- Scandinavian tradition
Wikipedia - Donegal fiddle tradition -- Traditional fiddle-playing method from County Donegal, Ireland
Wikipedia - Donkey Riding -- Traditional work song or sea shanty
Wikipedia - Dortmund Christmas Market -- Annual tradition in Dortmund, Germany
Wikipedia - Down by Blackwaterside -- Traditional folk songs
Wikipedia - Down in Yon Forest -- Traditional English Christmas carol
Wikipedia - Down on Me (traditional song) -- Traditional freedom song
Wikipedia - Dozo -- Members of traditional hunting fraternities of West Africa
Wikipedia - Draft:Baju Sikap -- Malay traditional clothing
Wikipedia - Draft:Edidem Efik Eburutu -- Traditional ruler of the Efik people
Wikipedia - Draft:Ghazal Parti -- Malay traditional musical performance
Wikipedia - Draft:Igwe Oranu Chidume -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Draft:Media Jockey -- Name for person who does mix or create fusion of communication by collaborating and mixing different traditional communications methods or platform to reach an audience
Wikipedia - Draft:Modern Slavery in Nigeria -- Traditional slave trade in southeastern Nigeria
Wikipedia - Draft:Oranu Chris Chidume -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Draft:Terinai -- Malay traditional dance
Wikipedia - Dragon kiln -- Traditional Chinese form of long sloped kiln
Wikipedia - Dried persimmon -- Traditional dried fruit
Wikipedia - Duck blood and vermicelli soup -- Traditional delicacy of Nanjing, China
Wikipedia - Dugall Quin -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Dumdyam -- Traditional woman's costume of the Lepcha people
Wikipedia - Dumpra -- A traditional dress of Lepcha men
Wikipedia - Dzogchen Monastery -- major monastery of the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism
Wikipedia - Dzogchen -- tradition of teachings in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism
Wikipedia - Earl Brand -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Earl Crawford -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Earl Rothes -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Eastern Christianity -- Christian traditions originating from Greek- and Syriac-speaking populations
Wikipedia - East Midlands English -- Traditional form of the English language
Wikipedia - Ecstasy (philosophy) -- Term used in philosophy with different meanings in different traditions
Wikipedia - Edinburgh rock -- Traditional Scottish confection
Wikipedia - Edom o Gordon -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Edward (ballad) -- Traditional murder ballad
Wikipedia - Egg coffee -- Vietnamese drink which is traditionally prepared with egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk, and robusta coffee
Wikipedia - Eileen Donaghy -- Irish traditional singer
Wikipedia - Elephant Walk (Texas A&M) -- Tradition at Texas A&M University
Wikipedia - Emerging market -- Country's economy that was traditionally small, but is currently expanding rapidly
Wikipedia - Emma Dupree -- American herbalist and traditional healer
Wikipedia - Emmanuel Noi Omaboe -- Ghanaian economist and traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Empadao -- Portuguese traditional dish
Wikipedia - Empat perkataan -- Traditional Southeast Asian poetic form
Wikipedia - Emping -- Indonesian traditional chips made of melinjo (Gnetum gnemon)
Wikipedia - English folk music -- Tradition-based music originating in England
Wikipedia - Eppie Morrie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Erejuwa II -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Erlinton -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Error has no rights -- Traditional Catholic principle
Wikipedia - Escalivada -- Spanish traditional smoky grilled vegetable dish
Wikipedia - Escudella i carn d'olla -- Spanish Catalan traditional meat and vegetable stew
Wikipedia - Ethiopian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Ethiopia
Wikipedia - Ethiopian suit -- Traditional formal wear of the men of Ethiopia and Eritrea
Wikipedia - Eton mess -- Traditional English dessert
Wikipedia - Evangelical Anglicanism -- Tradition within Anglicanism
Wikipedia - Ewuare II -- traditional ruler of Benin, crowned in 2016
Wikipedia - Experimental pop -- Pop music that cannot be categorized within traditional musical boundaries
Wikipedia - Extended vocal technique -- Unconventional, unorthodox, or non-traditional methods of singing
Wikipedia - Faggot (food) -- Traditional dish in the UK
Wikipedia - Fair Annie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Fair Janet -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Fair Margaret and Sweet William -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Fair Mary of Wallington -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Falles -- Traditional celebration in Valencia, Spain
Wikipedia - Faloodeh -- Traditional Iranian cold dessert
Wikipedia - Faluche -- Traditional cap worn by students in France
Wikipedia - Family Tradition (Hank Williams Jr. song) -- Single by Hank Williams, Jr.
Wikipedia - Fara (Rotuman festivity) -- Traditional Rotuman cultural and social event, occurring in the summertime
Wikipedia - Farewell to Nova Scotia -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Faroese cuisine -- Traditional food of the Faroe Islands
Wikipedia - Fatanyeros -- Traditional Hungarian mixed meat barbecue dish
Wikipedia - Fause Foodrage -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Feis -- Traditional Gaelic arts and culture festival
Wikipedia - Feri Tradition
Wikipedia - Fesikh -- Traditional Egyptian fish dish fermented in salt
Wikipedia - Fierljeppen -- Traditional sport
Wikipedia - Fijian traditions and ceremonies -- Fijian tradition and ceremony
Wikipedia - Fika Emirate -- Traditional state in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Filial piety in Buddhism -- Aspect of Buddhist ethics, story-telling traditions, apologetics and history
Wikipedia - Filmjolk -- Traditional Swedish fermented milk product
Wikipedia - Finnish cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Finland
Wikipedia - Firaq partug -- Traditional women's clothing in Afghanistan
Wikipedia - First Battle of St Albans -- 15th-century battle traditionally marking the beginning of the Wars of the Roses
Wikipedia - Fish and brewis -- A traditional Newfoundland meal consisting of cod and hard bread
Wikipedia - Flyssa -- Type of traditional long knife or sword of the Kabyles
Wikipedia - Folk healer -- Unlicensed person who practices the art of healing using traditional practices, herbal remedies and even the power of suggestion
Wikipedia - Folk metal -- fusion genre of heavy metal music and traditional folk music
Wikipedia - Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition -- Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition
Wikipedia - Four harmonious animals -- Story in Buddhist traditions, especially South Asian
Wikipedia - Fox spirit -- Any of several folk traditions in East Asia describing a fox-like apparition
Wikipedia - French mother sauces -- Sauce from which other sauces are derived within the French cooking tradition
Wikipedia - Frog Went a-Courting -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Fuchun Teahouse -- Historic traditional teahouse in Yangzhou, Jiangsu, China
Wikipedia - Fukusuke -- Traditional porcelain dolls associated with good luck in Japan
Wikipedia - Fuling jiabing -- Traditional snack food of Beijing
Wikipedia - Full breakfast -- Traditional English breakfast
Wikipedia - Fundoshi -- Traditional Japanese men's undergarment made from a length of cotton
Wikipedia - Funeral biscuit -- Type of biscuit traditionally served at funerals in England and North America
Wikipedia - Furoshiki -- Traditional Japanese wrapping cloth
Wikipedia - Furo -- Traditional Japanese bath
Wikipedia - Fustanella -- Traditional pleated skirt-like garment worn by men of the Balkans
Wikipedia - Futon -- Traditional Japanese bedding
Wikipedia - Gabbeh -- A traditional variety of Persian carpet.
Wikipedia - Gaelic handball -- Traditional sport played primarily in Ireland
Wikipedia - Galgo -- Traditional Korean drum
Wikipedia - Galician gaita -- Traditional bagpipe of Galicia and northern Portugal
Wikipedia - Galik alphabet -- Extension to the traditional Mongolian script
Wikipedia - Gamelan -- Traditional ensemble music of Indonesia
Wikipedia - Ganesh Baba -- Yogi and teacher in the tradition of Kriya Yoga
Wikipedia - Gaper Day -- Local tradition at North American ski resorts
Wikipedia - Gardnerian Wicca -- Tradition in Wiccan religion
Wikipedia - Gariba II -- Traditional ruler of the Kingdom of Dagbon in Ghana
Wikipedia - Gat (hat) -- Traditional men's hat of Korea
Wikipedia - Gaudiya Nritya -- Bengali classical dance tradition
Wikipedia - Gayatri Mantra -- Mantra of the Vedic tradition
Wikipedia - Gazelle ankles -- Traditional Maghrebi cookie
Wikipedia - Geisha -- Traditional Japanese female entertainer and hostess
Wikipedia - Gelbwurst -- Traditional sausage from Germany
Wikipedia - Gendang beleq -- Indonesian traditional musical instrument
Wikipedia - Genetic genealogy -- The use of DNA testing in combination with traditional genealogical methods to infer relationships between individuals and find ancestors
Wikipedia - Geographical indications and traditional specialities in the European Union -- Protected names and designations of agricultural products and foodstuffs
Wikipedia - George Spelvin -- Traditional pseudonym used in programs in American theater
Wikipedia - Georgie Porgie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - German cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Germany
Wikipedia - Geta (footwear) -- Traditional Japanese open-topped wooden shoes
Wikipedia - Get Up and Bar the Door -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Ghader Abdollahzadeh -- Kurdish traditional musician
Wikipedia - Ghagra choli -- A traditional clothing of women from Indian Subcontinent
Wikipedia - Gharara -- A traditional outfit similar to a flared skirt
Wikipedia - Ghost Festival -- Traditional Buddhist and Taoist festival
Wikipedia - Gil Brenton -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition
Wikipedia - Glasgerion -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Glasgow Peggie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Glass mosaic -- Traditional Burmese mosaic made with pieces of glass, used to embellish decorative art, structures, and furniture
Wikipedia - Glengarry -- Traditional Scots cap, worn by Highland regiments
Wikipedia - Glenlogie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Golden rule (law) -- Traditional rule of statutory interpretation in English law
Wikipedia - Gomme (food) -- Traditional Norwegian cheese preparation
Wikipedia - Great capes -- The three major capes of the traditional clipper route
Wikipedia - Great Officers of State -- Traditional ministers of the Crown in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Greek cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Greece
Wikipedia - Greek shipping -- Greek tradition of aquatic shipping
Wikipedia - Green Beer Day -- Traditional party at Miami University in Oxford, OH, USA
Wikipedia - Green Bushes -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Green Grow the Rushes, O -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Groundhog Day -- Traditional method of weather prediction
Wikipedia - Gude Wallace -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Guksi -- Traditional drinking cup
Wikipedia - Gulgula (doughnut) -- U.P. traditional sweet doughnut
Wikipedia - Gulyas (herdsman) -- Traditional mounted cattle-herdsman of Hungary
Wikipedia - Gurung shamanism -- The traditional shamanistic religion of the Gurung people of Nepal.
Wikipedia - Guru-shishya tradition
Wikipedia - Gwern -- Mythical character in Welsh tradition
Wikipedia - Hadith of Fatima tablet -- Tradition of Imam al-Sadiq
Wikipedia - Hadith studies -- Study of the sayings and traditions of Muhammad
Wikipedia - Hahoe Folk Village -- Traditional village
Wikipedia - Haida argillite carvings -- Indigenous art tradition of the Pacific Northwest
Wikipedia - Haik (garment) -- Traditional women's garment in Algeria
Wikipedia - Hail Mary -- Traditional Catholic prayer
Wikipedia - Hail Smiling Morn -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Hakama -- Type of traditional Japanese trousers/skirt
Wikipedia - Haka -- Traditional chanting dance or challenge of the Maori people of New Zealand
Wikipedia - Halling (dance) -- Traditional Norwegian dance
Wikipedia - Hanbok -- Traditional Korean clothing
Wikipedia - Handsel Monday -- Scotland traditional celebration
Wikipedia - Hanfu -- Traditional dress of the Han people
Wikipedia - Hangikjot -- Icelandic smoked meat dish traditional for Christmas
Wikipedia - Hans Cory -- British colonial officer of Austrian descent, with a special interest in traditional lifestyles of ethnic groups in former Tanganyika, now Tanzania
Wikipedia - Harana (elopement) -- Indian Hindu tradition
Wikipedia - Hardanger fiddle -- Traditional Norwegian stringed instrument
Wikipedia - Haredi Judaism -- Strict or traditionalist Orthodox Judaism
Wikipedia - Harem -- Women's quarters in the traditional house of a Muslim family
Wikipedia - Hariti -- Both a revered goddess and demon in some Buddhist traditions
Wikipedia - Heaven -- Divine abode in various religious traditions
Wikipedia - Hebrew Catholics -- Jews who converted to the Catholic Church and Catholics of non-Jewish origin who keep Mosaic traditions
Wikipedia - Hebrew Gospel hypothesis -- Group of theories for the synoptic problem, stating that a lost Hebrew or Aramaic gospel lies behind the canonical gospels; based upon a 2nd-century tradition from Papias of Hierapolis, that the apostle Matthew composed such a gospel
Wikipedia - Helek -- Time measurement in Jewish tradition
Wikipedia - Hellenistic Judaism -- A form of Judaism in classical antiquity that combined Jewish religious tradition with elements of Greek culture
Wikipedia - Heresy in Judaism -- Beliefs which contradict the traditional doctrines of Rabbinic Judaism
Wikipedia - Hermeticism -- Tradition based primarily upon writings attributed to Hermes Trismegistus
Wikipedia - Hey, Johnnie Cope, Are Ye Waking Yet? -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Highland dress -- Traditional dress of Scotland's highlands and isles
Wikipedia - High Tory -- Traditionalist conservatism, primarily in UK
Wikipedia - Hind Etin -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Hind Horn -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Hirairi -- Japanese traditional architectural structure
Wikipedia - Historical Monthly -- Traditional Chinese journal on humanities and history
Wikipedia - Historic counties of England -- Geographical designations for areas of England, based on historical traditions
Wikipedia - Hitaikakushi -- Traditional Japanese hat
Wikipedia - Hobie Noble -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Holy tradition
Wikipedia - Homa (ritual) -- Offering made into fire in Vedic tradition
Wikipedia - Homecoming -- Tradition of welcoming back alumni of a school
Wikipedia - Homosexuality and the Western Christian Tradition -- 1955 book by Derrick Sherwin Bailey
Wikipedia - Homowo -- Traditional festival in Ghana
Wikipedia - Honest Labourer -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Honyaki -- Traditional Japanese forging technique
Wikipedia - Hopewell tradition -- Common aspects of Native American culture that flourished in northeastern and midwestern North America
Wikipedia - Hot cross bun -- Spiced sweet bun made with currants or raisins and marked with a cross on the top, traditionally eaten on Good Friday
Wikipedia - Htanthi Mont -- Burmese traditional food
Wikipedia - Huaiyang cuisine -- Branch of Chinese traditional cuisine native to Jiangsu province
Wikipedia - Huarache (shoe) -- Traditional sandal of Mexico
Wikipedia - Hughie Graham -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Hunan cuisine -- Branch of Chinese traditional cuisine native to Hunan province
Wikipedia - Hundreds of Norfolk -- Traditional administrative subdivision of Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Hungarian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Hungary
Wikipedia - Hunkpapa -- Traditional tribal grouping within the Lakota people
Wikipedia - Hunting with eagles -- Traditional form of falconry practised by the Kazakhs and the Kyrgyz
Wikipedia - Hyam Maccoby -- British historian specialising in the study of the Jewish and Christian religious tradition (1924-2004)
Wikipedia - Iblis -- Devil-like figure in Quran and Islamic tradition
Wikipedia - Ibn Bashkuwal -- Andalusian traditionalist and biographer
Wikipedia - Ibrahim Usman Jibril -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Icknield Way Morris Men -- British traditional dance troupe
Wikipedia - Ida Red -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Igbo calendar -- Traditional calendar of the Igbo
Wikipedia - Ikebana -- Traditional Japanese flower arranging
Wikipedia - Ikenwoli Godfrey Emiko -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - I Know You Rider -- Traditional blues song
Wikipedia - I'll Tell Me Ma -- 1988 traditional song performed by Van Morrison
Wikipedia - Illusionistic ceiling painting -- Artistic tradition
Wikipedia - Illusionistic tradition -- Theatrical genre originated in Italy during the mid-2nd millennium
Wikipedia - Image editing -- Processes of altering images, digital or traditional photos and add/paste/and cut words
Wikipedia - Inai (dance) -- Malay traditional dance
Wikipedia - Indianapolis 500 traditions -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Indian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of India
Wikipedia - Indian philosophy -- Philosophical traditions of the Indian subcontinent
Wikipedia - Indian Red -- Traditional Mardi Gras Indians chant
Wikipedia - Infant oral mutilation -- Dangerous procedure in some traditional medicine systems
Wikipedia - Inkstick -- A type of solid ink (India ink) used traditionally in several East Asian cultures for [[calligraphy]] and brush painting
Wikipedia - Inner Traditions - Bear & Company -- American book publishing company
Wikipedia - Inner Traditions - Bear and Company
Wikipedia - Inro -- Traditional Japanese pillbox or case
Wikipedia - Insular Danish -- Traditional Danish dialects
Wikipedia - Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Philippines -- Traditions and living expressions that are passed down from generation to generation within a particular community
Wikipedia - Intangible Cultural Property (South Korea) -- Traditions and customs in Korea designated for official preservation
Wikipedia - International folk dance -- Variety of ethnic dance traditions
Wikipedia - International Traditional Karate Federation -- International governing body for Traditional Karate
Wikipedia - Intersession -- Short break or mini-term between the traditional, standard academic terms
Wikipedia - Invented tradition
Wikipedia - Irezumi -- Several forms of traditional Japanese tattooing
Wikipedia - Irish dance -- Group of traditional dance forms originating in Ireland
Wikipedia - Irish Folklore Commission -- Orhanization to study and collect information on the folklore and traditions of Ireland
Wikipedia - Irish stepdance -- Style of performance dance with its roots in traditional Irish dance
Wikipedia - Irish traditional music session -- Mostly informal gathering at which people play Irish traditional music
Wikipedia - Irish traditional music -- Genre of folk music that developed in Ireland
Wikipedia - Irish Travellers -- Traditionally nomadic people of ethnic Irish origin
Wikipedia - Isa Lei -- Traditional Fijian song.
Wikipedia - I Saw Three Ships -- Traditional and popular Christmas carol from England
Wikipedia - Islamic grammatical tradition
Wikipedia - Islamic neo-traditionalism
Wikipedia - Islamic philosophy -- Philosophy that is characterised by coming from an Islamic tradition
Wikipedia - Israeli Andalusian Orchestra -- Israeli traditional orchestra
Wikipedia - Itinerant groups in Europe -- Traditionally nomadic groups in Europe
Wikipedia - Jaapi -- Traditional conical hat of Assam, India
Wikipedia - Jack Be Nimble -- Nursery rhyme and traditional song
Wikipedia - Jack Hall (song) -- Traditional song about an English criminal
Wikipedia - Jalangkote -- Indonesian traditional dumpling of Makassarese cuisine
Wikipedia - Jamdani -- Traditional weaving art of Bengal
Wikipedia - James Hatley -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - James Smith & Sons -- Traditional umbrella shop
Wikipedia - Japanese clothing -- Japanese clothing, traditional and modern
Wikipedia - Japanese cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Japan
Wikipedia - Japanese folklore -- Folk traditions of Japan, expressed in oral traditions, customs, and material culture
Wikipedia - Japanese garden -- Type of traditional garden
Wikipedia - Japanese poetry -- Literary tradition of Japan
Wikipedia - Japanese sword -- Type of traditionally made sword from Japan
Wikipedia - Japanese tea ceremony -- Traditional Japanese ceremony
Wikipedia - Japanese traditional dance -- Traditional styles of Japanese dance
Wikipedia - Javanese doughnut -- Javanese traditional doughnut
Wikipedia - Jazz funeral -- Tradition developed in New Orleans
Wikipedia - Jebena -- Traditional Ethiopian coffee pot
Wikipedia - Jellabiya -- Traditional Egyptian garment
Wikipedia - Jellon Grame -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Jewish apple cake -- Cake made with apples traditional to Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine
Wikipedia - Jhatka -- Meat in the Sikh tradition
Wikipedia - Jiangsu cuisine -- Traditional cuisine of Jiangsu province, China
Wikipedia - Jika-tabi -- Traditional Japanese split-toe boots
Wikipedia - Jinbei -- Traditional Japanese clothing set, consisting of a top and trousers
Wikipedia - Jiu zixing -- Traditional printing press form
Wikipedia - Jnanaprasthana -- An Abhidharma text of the Sarvastivada tradition
Wikipedia - Jock o' the Side -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Jock the Leg and the Merry Merchant -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Joe Heaney -- Irish traditional singer
Wikipedia - Johad -- Traditional rainwater storage wetland in India
Wikipedia - Johannine literature -- New Testament works traditionally attributed to John the Apostle or to a Johannine Christian community
Wikipedia - John Carty (musician) -- Irish traditional musician
Wikipedia - Johnie Cock -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Johnie Scot -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - John of Hazelgreen -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - John Philip Sousa Baton -- traditional symbol of the authority of the directorate of the United States Marine Band "The President's Own"
Wikipedia - John the Revelator (song) -- 1930 traditional American folk song
Wikipedia - John van der Puije -- Gold Coast merchant, newspaper publisher, traditional ruler and politician
Wikipedia - Josephine Keegan -- piano accompanist, musician and traditional Irish composer
Wikipedia - Josephine Marsh -- Irish traditional composer and musician
Wikipedia - Jude the Apostle -- One of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus; traditionally identified with Jude the brother of Jesus
Wikipedia - Judogi -- Japanese name for the traditional uniform
Wikipedia - Jujube tea -- traditional Korean tea made from jujubes
Wikipedia - Julius La Rosa -- Italian-American traditional popular music singer
Wikipedia - Jultagi -- Traditional Korean tightrope-walking
Wikipedia - Jutti -- Traditional and ethnic North Indian footwear
Wikipedia - Kabasaran -- Indonesian traditional tribal war dance
Wikipedia - Kachabia -- Traditional man's garment of Algeria
Wikipedia - Kaftan -- Long, coatlike garment, traditionally fastened at the waist with a sash
Wikipedia - Kage-ryM-EM-+ (Aizu) -- Traditional school of Japanese swordsmanship
Wikipedia - Kagyu tradition
Wikipedia - Kaibauk -- Traditional headdress in East Timor
Wikipedia - Kaiseki -- Traditional multi-course Japanese dinner
Wikipedia - Kalachakra -- Nondualistic tantra tradition in Tibetan Buddhism
Wikipedia - Kalamkari -- Traditional textile decoration technique of Andhra Pradesh combining hand-painting and block-printing on mordanted fabric
Wikipedia - Kalampattu -- Traditional Hindu Performing Art in India
Wikipedia - Kalanta of the Theophany -- Greek traditional carol
Wikipedia - Kalari -- Traditional training space in South India
Wikipedia - Kamado -- Traditional Japanese cook stove
Wikipedia - Kamaiya and kamlari -- Traditional systems of bonded labour in Nepal
Wikipedia - KamifM-EM-+sen -- Traditional Japanese paper balloon
Wikipedia - Kampung Padang Balang -- Traditional village in Malaysia
Wikipedia - Kangilu -- Traditional Udupi and Karnataka folk dance from India
Wikipedia - Kanzashi -- Traditional Japanese hair ornaments
Wikipedia - Karpas -- One of the traditional rituals in the Passover Seder
Wikipedia - Kasa (hat) -- Traditional Japanese hat
Wikipedia - Kashmiri cuisine -- Traditional food dishes from India's Kashmir Valley
Wikipedia - Kastom -- Traditional culture, including religion, economics, art and magic in Melanesia
Wikipedia - Katharine Jaffray -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Kattumaram -- Traditional watercraft made from logs lashed together
Wikipedia - Kava culture -- Western Oceanic traditions surrounding kava
Wikipedia - Kebaya -- Indonesian traditional clothing
Wikipedia - Keev -- Name of Krishna from the Hindu tradition
Wikipedia - Kelaghayi -- Silk headscarf tradition of Azerbaijan and intangible cultural heritage
Wikipedia - Kemp Owyne -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Kempy Kay -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Kerikam -- Malay traditional clothing
Wikipedia - Kesme -- Traditional egg noodles found in various Turkic cuisines
Wikipedia - Kete (basket) -- A carrying basket traditionally woven by Maori from the leaves of New Zealand flax or other New Zealand native or endemic plants
Wikipedia - Khalasi -- Group of people traditionally employed at ports and dockyards in India
Wikipedia - Khao niao sangkhaya -- Traditional Thai dessert
Wikipedia - Khata -- Traditional ceremonial scarf in Tibetan Buddhism and tengrism
Wikipedia - Khet partug -- Traditional Afghan clothing
Wikipedia - Kho (costume) -- Traditional dress worn by Bhutia, ethnic Sikkimese people
Wikipedia - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa clothing -- Traditional clothing worn in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Wikipedia - Kimchi -- Traditional Korean side dish of salted and fermented vegetables
Wikipedia - Kimkhwab -- A traditional brocade from India
Wikipedia - Kimono -- Traditional Japanese garment
Wikipedia - Kindergarten -- Preschool educational approach traditionally based on playing
Wikipedia - King Arthur and King Cornwall -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Kingdom of Dagbon -- Traditional kingdom of the Dagomba people in Ghana
Wikipedia - King Edward the Fourth and a Tanner of Tamworth -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - King Estmere -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - King Henry Fifth's Conquest of France -- Traditional British ballad
Wikipedia - King John and the Bishop -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Kings of Shambhala -- Thirty-two kings in the Indo-Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhist tradition
Wikipedia - Kippah -- Skullcap traditionally worn by Jewish men to cover the head
Wikipedia - Kirtan -- Musically recited story in Indian traditions
Wikipedia - Klappertaart -- Indonesian traditional cake
Wikipedia - Kalua -- Traditional Hawaiian method of cooking
Wikipedia - Knocking on wood -- Apotropaic tradition believed to ward off evil
Wikipedia - Kogin-zashi -- Japanese traditional textile craft
Wikipedia - Kokoshnik -- Traditional Russian headdress worn by women
Wikipedia - Kombo -- Traditional kingdom of Gambia
Wikipedia - Kopi tiam -- Traditional coffee shop found in Southeast Asia
Wikipedia - Korean calligraphy -- Korean tradition of artistic writing
Wikipedia - Korean cuisine -- The customary cooking traditions and practices of Korea
Wikipedia - Korean tea ceremony -- Traditional form of tea ceremony practiced in Korea
Wikipedia - Koteka -- Traditional New Guinean penis sheath
Wikipedia - Kransekake -- Traditional Danish and Norwegian confection
Wikipedia - Krur -- Traditional African mancala game
Wikipedia - Ktav Ashuri -- Talmudic or traditional Hebrew name for the Hebrew alphabet
Wikipedia - Ktav Stam -- Specific Jewish traditional writing with which Torah scrolls (Sifrei Torah), phylacteries (Tefillin), Mezuzot and the Five Megillot are written
Wikipedia - Kuchi shM-EM-^Mga -- System of notation for traditional Japanese drums
Wikipedia - Kue bahulu -- Malaysian traditional snack
Wikipedia - Kue bingka -- Indonesian traditional cake
Wikipedia - Kue gapit -- Indonesian traditional snack
Wikipedia - Kue makmur -- Traditional Malay cake
Wikipedia - Kue pinyaram -- Minangkabau traditional cake
Wikipedia - Kue putu mangkok -- Indonesian traditional delicacy made from rice flour and filled with either ground peanut and sugar, or shredded coconut
Wikipedia - Kue putu -- Indonesian traditional cake
Wikipedia - Kue semprit -- Indonesian traditional cake
Wikipedia - Kue semprong -- Indonesian traditional cookies
Wikipedia - Kuluban -- Indonesian traditional salad dish
Wikipedia - Kumari (goddess) -- Manifestations of the divine female energy or devi in Hindu religious traditions
Wikipedia - Kumihimo -- Traditional Japanese artform of making cords and braids
Wikipedia - Kumis -- Fermented dairy product traditionally made of mare's milk
Wikipedia - Kung Jaadee -- British Columbian Haida traditionalist
Wikipedia - Kura (storehouse) -- Japanese traditional storehouse
Wikipedia - Kurta -- Various forms of loose and long shirts or tunics worn traditionally in South Asia
Wikipedia - Kutch Embroidery -- Handicraft and textile art tradition of Kutch, Gujarat, India
Wikipedia - Kutia -- Sweet grain pudding, traditionally served in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia
Wikipedia - Kvass -- Traditional Slavic and Baltic fermented drink
Wikipedia - Kwangali -- Traditional Kavango kingdom in modern-day Namibia
Wikipedia - KyM-EM-^Mgen -- Traditional Japanese comic theater
Wikipedia - Kyz kuu -- Turkic traditional sport
Wikipedia - Laba garlic -- A vinegar-preserved garlic of Chinese tradition.
Wikipedia - La Bamba (song) -- Traditional Mexican folk song and dance
Wikipedia - Labi-labi (dance) -- Malay traditional dance
Wikipedia - Lacemaking in Croatia -- Lacemaking tradition and intangible cultural heritage of Croatia
Wikipedia - Lady Diamond -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lady Elspat -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lady Isabel -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lady Maisry -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lake Miwok traditional narratives -- Histories preserved by the Lake Miwok people of Clear Lake, California, U.S.
Wikipedia - Laklak (food) -- A traditional Balinese pancake with grated coconut and melted palm sugar
Wikipedia - Lakshmikutty -- Traditional medicine practitioner
Wikipedia - Lamkin -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Land of Israel -- Traditional Jewish name for an area of indefinite geographical extension in the Southern Levant
Wikipedia - Langa voni -- A traditional South Indian dress
Wikipedia - Lang Johnny More -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Laoise Kelly -- Harpist, musician and traditional Irish composer
Wikipedia - Las Posadas -- Christmas tradition in the Spanish-speaking world
Wikipedia - Lathi khela -- Traditional Bengali martial art
Wikipedia - Latin rock -- Term to describe a music subgenre consisting in melting traditional sounds and elements of Latin American and Caribbean folk with rock music
Wikipedia - Lebanese cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Lebanon
Wikipedia - Leche frita -- Traditional Spanish dessert, Spanish sweet typical of northern Spain
Wikipedia - Lecithocera nomaditis -- Species of moth in the genus Lecithocera
Wikipedia - Lederhosen -- Traditional garments, leather trousers, with short or long legs, from Bavaria and Tyrol
Wikipedia - Leesome Brand -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lefkara lace -- Lacemaking tradition and intagible cultural heritage of Cyprus
Wikipedia - Lefse -- Traditional Norwegian flatbread
Wikipedia - Legend -- Traditional story of heroic humans.
Wikipedia - Lemang -- Indonesian traditional food
Wikipedia - Lenapehoking -- Lands traditionally inhabited by the Lenape people
Wikipedia - Let Erin Remember -- Traditional Irish song
Wikipedia - Liberal arts education -- Traditional academic program in Western higher education
Wikipedia - Libyan cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Libya
Wikipedia - Lidah -- Traditional Malaysian snack food
Wikipedia - Li Donghai -- Traditional Chinese medicine practitioner
Wikipedia - Lighvan cheese -- A brined curd sheep's milk cheese traditionally made in Iran
Wikipedia - Likok Pulo -- Indonesian traditional dance
Wikipedia - Lingayatism -- Shaivite religious tradition in India
Wikipedia - Lis-alis -- Type of traditional vessel from Madura
Wikipedia - List of astrological traditions, types, and systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Austrian intellectual traditions
Wikipedia - List of classical and art music traditions
Wikipedia - List of European folk music traditions -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of founders of religious traditions -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of legendary creatures from Japan -- Wikipedia list article of legendary creatures and entities in traditional Japanese mythology
Wikipedia - List of nontraditional bagpipe usage -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of purported relics of major figures of religious traditions -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of religions and spiritual traditions -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of TG4 Traditional Musician of the Year recipients -- List of award winning musicians
Wikipedia - List of TG4 Young Traditional Musician of the Year recipients -- List of award winning Musicians
Wikipedia - List of traditional children's games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of traditional Chinese medicines -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of traditional festivals in Vietnam
Wikipedia - List of traditional Irish singers -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of traditional Japanese games -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of traditional musicians from County Clare -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of traditional settlements of Greece -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of traditional star names
Wikipedia - List of Vietnamese traditional games
Wikipedia - List of Wii games with traditional control schemes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Little John a Begging -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Little Robin Redbreast -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lizie Lindsay -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lizie Wan -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - LM-CM-$skisoosi -- Traditional Finnish stew made with pork chops
Wikipedia - LM-EM-+M-JM-;au -- Traditional Hawaiian feast
Wikipedia - Lofoten -- Archipelago and traditional district in Nordland, Norway
Wikipedia - Long live our noble Duke -- Traditional Lancastrian alteration to the British royal anthem 'God Save the Queen'
Wikipedia - Lontara script -- Script traditionally used for the Bugis, Makassarese, and Mandar languages of Sulawesi in Indonesia
Wikipedia - Lord Lovel -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lord Maxwell's Last Goodnight -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lord Randall -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lord Saltoun and Auchanachie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lord Thomas and Fair Annet -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Lord Thomas and Lady Margaret -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Loren Bommelyn -- Tolowa traditionalist, language instructor, and basket weaver from California
Wikipedia - Lorne sausage -- Traditional Scottish food usually made from minced meat, rusk and spices
Wikipedia - Loteria -- Traditional Mexican game of chance
Wikipedia - Louis Althusser and the Traditions of French Marxism -- 2005 book by William S. Lewis
Wikipedia - Louisiana Voodoo -- Set of spiritual folkways that developed from the traditions of the African diaspora
Wikipedia - Lovely Joan -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Loving cup -- Shared drinking container traditionally used at weddings and banquets
Wikipedia - Low technology -- Simple technology, often of a traditional or non-mechanical kind, such as crafts and tools that pre-date the Industrial Revolution
Wikipedia - Lucius Junius Brutus -- semi-legendary founder of the Roman Republic, and traditionally one of its first consuls in 509 BC
Wikipedia - Luke the Evangelist -- One of the four traditionally ascribed authors of the canonical gospels
Wikipedia - Lutefisk -- A traditional Scandinavian dish made from dried fish fermented in lye
Wikipedia - Lyke-Wake Dirge -- Traditional Yorkshire-dialect English song
Wikipedia - Machiya -- Japanese traditional wooden townhouse
Wikipedia - Madhva tradition -- tradition in Hinduism linked to Dvaita Vedanta
Wikipedia - Maeve Donnelly -- Irish traditional fiddle player
Wikipedia - Maggie May (folk song) -- Traditional folk song from Liverpool, England
Wikipedia - Magnificat -- Scriptural hymn of Mary in the Christian tradition
Wikipedia - Maguro bM-EM-^MchM-EM-^M -- Traditional Japanese long knife for large fish
Wikipedia - Mahanam Sampraday -- Famous Religious tradition of Bengal
Wikipedia - Ma Htwe Lay -- traditional Burmese dance performer
Wikipedia - Maire Ni ChM-CM-)ileachair -- traditional Irish singer
Wikipedia - Malagan -- Traditional cultural events that take place in parts of New Ireland province in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Malagasy cuisine -- Culinary traditions of the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar.
Wikipedia - Malaysian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Malaysia
Wikipedia - Malidzano -- A traditional Macedonian spread made from purM-CM-)ed bell peppers, eggplant, oil and salt
Wikipedia - Malik ibn Anas -- Famous Islamic jurist, theologian and hadith traditionist
Wikipedia - Mallard Song -- Ancient tradition of All Souls College, Oxford
Wikipedia - Mamaliga -- Porridge made out of yellow maize flour, traditional in Romania
Wikipedia - Mamon -- Traditional Filipino chiffon or sponge cakes
Wikipedia - Mandolin playing traditions worldwide -- Global traditions of playing the mandolin
Wikipedia - Mangu -- Dominican traditional dish
Wikipedia - Man of Constant Sorrow -- Traditional American folk song first published by Dick Burnett
Wikipedia - Mantfombi Dlamini -- Swazi-South African traditional aristocrat, Great wife of King Goodwill Zwelithini
Wikipedia - Margaret Tafoya -- Santa Clara Pueblo traditional pottery artist
Wikipedia - Maria Clara gown -- A traditional gown worn by women in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Marian devotions -- External pious practices directed to the person of Mary by members of certain Christian traditions
Wikipedia - Mark the Evangelist -- Author of the Gospel of Mark and Christian saint; traditionally identified with John Mark
Wikipedia - Marriage in Pakistan -- Tradition in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Martenitsa -- Bulgarian tradition
Wikipedia - Martha Scanlan -- Old-time, traditional singer
Wikipedia - Martial arts -- Codified systems and traditions of combat
Wikipedia - Mary of Bethany -- Figure described in the Gospel of John; sister of Lazarus and Martha, living in the village of Bethany near Jerusalem; traditionally identified with Mary Magdalene
Wikipedia - Master Kilby -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Mastic (plant resin) -- A resin traditionally obtained from the mastic tree on the island of Chios
Wikipedia - Matagi -- Traditional winter hunters in Japan
Wikipedia - Mate (drink) -- Traditional South American caffeine-infused drink
Wikipedia - Matty Groves -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Maude Kegg -- Ojibwe traditionalist, bead artist, and author from Minnesota
Wikipedia - Mbege -- Traditional Chagga beverage made from fermented bananas
Wikipedia - Mbiwi -- Traditional instrument accompanied by song and dance
Wikipedia - M-CM-^Fbleskiver -- Danish traditional batter cakes
Wikipedia - M-CM-^@ la claire fontaine -- Traditional French song
Wikipedia - M-DM-^@dityas -- Offspring of the goddess Aditi and her husband the sage Kashyapa
Wikipedia - Media of Puerto Rico -- From traditional to social media
Wikipedia - Medicine man -- Native American traditional healer and spiritual leader
Wikipedia - Mediterranean cuisine -- Culinary traditions of the Mediterranean area
Wikipedia - Meg Davis -- American singer of traditional music
Wikipedia - Mekhela chador -- Traditional Assamese attire
Wikipedia - M-EM- akotis -- Traditional Polish-Lithuanian cake
Wikipedia - M-EM- ibenik cap -- Regional variant of a traditional red cap used in the Balkans that was developed in M-EM- ibenik, Croatia
Wikipedia - SramaM-aM-9M-^Ga -- Tradition in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism
Wikipedia - Menang -- Traditional dance of Cameroon
Wikipedia - Mercado Jamaica -- Traditional public market in Mexico City
Wikipedia - Mesoamerican architecture -- Building traditions of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica
Wikipedia - Metochion -- Eccliastical embassy church of the Eastern Orthodox tradition
Wikipedia - Mexican cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Mexico
Wikipedia - Mexican music in Chile -- Music and musical traditions of Mexico expressed in Chile
Wikipedia - Meyboom -- Oldest tradition in Brussels (Belgium)
Wikipedia - M-HM-^Zuica -- Traditional Romanian spirit
Wikipedia - Midnight Special (song) -- 1923 traditional American folk song
Wikipedia - Mijwiz -- Traditional Middle Eastern single-reed musical instrument
Wikipedia - Milagro (votive) -- Religious folk charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes
Wikipedia - Miller of Dee -- 1763 traditional song
Wikipedia - Minahasan cuisine -- Cuisine tradition of the Minahasan people
Wikipedia - Mince pie -- English-originating sweet pie, traditionally eaten at Christmas
Wikipedia - Minhag -- An accepted tradition or group of traditions in Judaism
Wikipedia - Ministry of AYUSH -- Indian government ministry for traditional medicines
Wikipedia - Mino (straw cape) -- A traditional Japanese garment, a raincoat made out of straw
Wikipedia - Mischief rule -- Traditional rule of statutory interpretation in English law
Wikipedia - Mish -- Traditional egyptian cheese
Wikipedia - Miso -- traditional Japanese seasoning
Wikipedia - Mizuhiki -- Traditional Japanese paper artform using stiffened rice paper cord
Wikipedia - MahM-EM-+ -- Third gender in traditional Hawaiian, Kanaka and Maohi cultures
Wikipedia - Modern Scots -- Varieties of Scots traditionally spoken in Lowland Scotland, and parts of Ulster
Wikipedia - Mofongo -- Caribbean islands traditional dish
Wikipedia - Mohan Sundar Deb Goswami -- Odissi classical musician, Guru of traditional Odisha Rasa theatre, Indian film director
Wikipedia - Mohaori -- Traditional musical ensemble of Cambodia
Wikipedia - Mojari -- Traditional South Asian footwear
Wikipedia - Mojito -- Traditional Cuban highball cocktail
Wikipedia - Molecular ecology -- A field of evolutionary biology that applies molecular population genetics, molecular phylogenetics, and genomics to traditional ecological questions
Wikipedia - Mon Casteller Human Tower Museum of Catalonia -- Museum about the Catalan tradition of "Castells" (human towers and human pyramids)
Wikipedia - Monday's Child -- Traditional song or poem
Wikipedia - Mongolian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Mongolia
Wikipedia - Morabaraba -- Traditional two-player strategy board game played Africa
Wikipedia - Mormonism -- Religious tradition of the Latter Day Saint movement
Wikipedia - Mos maiorum -- The customs and traditions of ancient Rome
Wikipedia - Moving Day (Quebec) -- Traditional beginning and end of leases in Quebec, Canada
Wikipedia - M'semen -- Traditional flatbread from North Africa
Wikipedia - Mud horse -- Traditional hand-built wooden sledge for fishing in Bridgwater Bay
Wikipedia - Mudiao -- Traditional Chinese wood-carving
Wikipedia - Mugham triads -- Azerbaijani music triad who play traditional tar, kamancheh and daf instruments
Wikipedia - MuiM-CM-1eira -- Galician traditional dance and musical genre
Wikipedia - Mujib coat -- Bangladesh traditional men's coat
Wikipedia - Mula Bandha -- Lock in traditional yoga
Wikipedia - Multiculturalism -- Existence of multiple cultural traditions within a single country
Wikipedia - Mundillo -- Handmade bobbin lace, tradition and cultural heritage of Puerto Rico and Panama
Wikipedia - Mundum Neriyathum -- Traditional clothing
Wikipedia - Mundu -- Traditional draped garment for the Lowe body, worn in South Asia and the Maldives
Wikipedia - Munster -- Traditional province in the southwest of Ireland
Wikipedia - Musciame -- Traditional Italian preserved meat made from the salted and sun-dried flesh of dolphins
Wikipedia - Muscogee -- Native American people traditionally from the southeastern US
Wikipedia - Music genre -- Category that identifies pieces of music as belonging to a shared tradition or set of conventions
Wikipedia - Music of Africa -- Overview of musical traditions in Africa
Wikipedia - Music of Alabama -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Alabama
Wikipedia - Music of Argentina -- Music and musical traditions of Argentina
Wikipedia - Music of Australia -- Overview of music traditions in Australia
Wikipedia - Music of Bangladesh -- overview of music traditions in Bangladesh
Wikipedia - Music of Bolivia -- Music and musical traditions of Bolivia
Wikipedia - Music of Brazil -- Music and musical traditions of Brazil
Wikipedia - Music of California -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of California
Wikipedia - Music of Canada -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Canada
Wikipedia - Music of Chicago -- Overview of music traditions in Chicago, Illinois, United States
Wikipedia - Music of Chile -- Music and musical traditions of Chile
Wikipedia - Music of Colombia -- Music and musical traditions of Colombia
Wikipedia - Music of Colorado -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Colorado
Wikipedia - Music of Connecticut -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Connecticut
Wikipedia - Music of Costa Rica -- Music and musical traditions of Costa Rica
Wikipedia - Music of Cuba -- Music and musical traditions of Cuba
Wikipedia - Music of Delaware -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Delaware
Wikipedia - Music of Denver -- Overview of music traditions in Denver, Colorado, United States
Wikipedia - Music of Detroit -- Overview of music traditions in Detroit, Michigan, United States
Wikipedia - Music of Ecuador -- Music and musical traditions of Ecuador
Wikipedia - Music of El Salvador -- Music and musical traditions of El Salvador
Wikipedia - Music of Florida -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Florida
Wikipedia - Music of France -- Overview of music traditions in France
Wikipedia - Music of Germany -- Overview of music traditions in Germany
Wikipedia - Music of Greece -- Overview of music traditions in Greece
Wikipedia - Music of Guatemala -- Music and musical traditions of Guatemala
Wikipedia - Music of Honduras -- Music and musical traditions of Honduras
Wikipedia - Music of Illinois -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Illinois
Wikipedia - Music of Indiana -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Indiana
Wikipedia - Music of India -- Overview of musical traditions in India
Wikipedia - Music of Iraq -- Music and musical traditions of Iraq
Wikipedia - Music of Italy -- Overview of music traditions in Italy
Wikipedia - Music of Japan -- Overview of music traditions in Japan
Wikipedia - Music of Kentucky -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Kentucky
Wikipedia - Music of Korea -- Traditional music of the Korean peninsula
Wikipedia - Music of Los Angeles -- Overview of music traditions in Los Angeles, California, United States
Wikipedia - Music of Louisiana -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Louisiana
Wikipedia - Music of Malawi -- Music and musical traditions of Malawi
Wikipedia - Music of Mexico -- Music and musical traditions of Mexico
Wikipedia - Music of Monaco -- Overview of music traditions in Monaco
Wikipedia - Music of Nevada -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Nevada
Wikipedia - Music of New Hampshire -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of New Hampshire
Wikipedia - Music of New Jersey -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of New Jersey
Wikipedia - Music of New Mexico -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of New Mexico
Wikipedia - Music of New Orleans -- Overview of music traditions in New Orleans
Wikipedia - Music of New York (state) -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of New York
Wikipedia - Music of New Zealand -- Overview of music traditions in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Music of Nicaragua -- Music and musical traditions of Nicaragua
Wikipedia - Music of North Korea -- Music and musical traditions of North Korea
Wikipedia - Music of Pakistan -- Music and musical traditions of Pakistan
Wikipedia - Music of Panama -- Music and musical traditions of Panama
Wikipedia - Music of Paraguay -- Music and musical traditions of Paraguay
Wikipedia - Music of Pennsylvania -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania
Wikipedia - Music of Peru -- Music and musical traditions of Peru
Wikipedia - Music of Puerto Rico -- Music and musical traditions of Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Music of Singapore -- Music and musical traditions of Singapore
Wikipedia - Music of South Africa -- Overview of music traditions in South Africa
Wikipedia - Music of Spain -- Music and musical traditions of Spain
Wikipedia - Music of Tajikistan -- Music and musical traditions of Tajikistan
Wikipedia - Music of Tennessee -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Tennessee
Wikipedia - Music of Texas -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Texas
Wikipedia - Music of the Dominican Republic -- Music and musical traditions of the Dominican Republic
Wikipedia - Music of the Philippines -- Overview of music traditions in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Music of the United States -- Overview of music traditions in the USA
Wikipedia - Music of Turkey -- Overview of music traditions in Turkey
Wikipedia - Music of Uruguay -- Music and musical traditions of Uruguay
Wikipedia - Music of Venezuela -- Music and musical traditions of Venezuela
Wikipedia - Music of Virginia -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Virginia
Wikipedia - Music of Wisconsin -- Overview of music traditions in the U.S. state of Wisconsin
Wikipedia - Music of Yugoslavia -- Overview of musical traditions in Yugoslavia
Wikipedia - Muti -- Traditional medicine
Wikipedia - Myanmar Traditional Lethwei Federation -- Martial arts organization
Wikipedia - My Bonny Boy -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - My Robin is to the Greenwood Gone -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Myth -- Type of traditional narrative
Wikipedia - Nahdlatul Ulama -- Traditionalist Sunni Islam movement in Indonesia
Wikipedia - Nambawi -- Traditional Korean winter hat worn during the Joseon dynasty
Wikipedia - Name day -- Tradition in Christianity
Wikipedia - Nameirakpam Ibemni Devi -- Indian singer of traditional music
Wikipedia - Nanai language -- Language spoken by the Nanai people, who have traditionally lived along Heilongjiang (Amur), Songhuajiang (Sunggari) and Ussuri rivers on the Middle Amur Basin.
Wikipedia - Nanay tatay -- A traditional Filipino children's game
Wikipedia - Nan Tom Teaimin de Burca -- Irish traditional Sean-nos singer
Wikipedia - Nasalo -- Tradition in Gilgit-Baltistan
Wikipedia - Nasi bakar -- Indonesian traditional steamed rice
Wikipedia - National Council for the Traditional Arts -- American not-for-profit arts organization
Wikipedia - National poet -- Poet traditionally held to represent a certain national culture
Wikipedia - NattM-EM-^M -- Traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans
Wikipedia - Navajo medicine -- Traditional healing practices
Wikipedia - Navajo weaving -- Production of traditional rugs and blankets of the Navajo people of the Four Corners region, United States
Wikipedia - Neapolitan cuisine -- traditional food of Naples, Italy
Wikipedia - Neotraditional country -- Style of country music emphasizing instrumental compositions and "traditional" vocal styles
Wikipedia - New England Folk Festival -- Annual traditional dance and music festival
Wikipedia - New Historians -- Israeli historians who have challenged traditional versions of Israeli history
Wikipedia - New Kadampa Tradition
Wikipedia - Ngangkari -- traditional healers of Anangu and Arrernte peoples of Australia
Wikipedia - Niamh de Burca -- Irish traditional and folk singer
Wikipedia - Nicene Christianity -- Set of Christian doctrinal traditions reflecting the Nicene Creed
Wikipedia - Nigerian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Nigeria
Wikipedia - Nigerian traditional rulers -- Subnational monarchs in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Nihongami -- Traditional Japanese hairstyles
Wikipedia - Nine Lessons and Carols -- Traditional Christmas service of Christian worship
Wikipedia - Nishijin-ori -- Traditional textile produced in the Nishijin district of Kyoto
Wikipedia - Niyoga -- Hindu's tradition of conception by proxy fathers
Wikipedia - Naga -- Snake deities or mythological creatures in Asian traditions
Wikipedia - Nontraditional student -- Category of students at colleges and universities
Wikipedia - Northern Cape Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs -- Northern Cape Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs
Wikipedia - Northumberland Betrayed By Douglas -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Northwest Russia -- One of traditional regions of Russia
Wikipedia - Norton tradition -- Archaeological culture in Alaska, US
Wikipedia - Norwegian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Norway
Wikipedia - Nottamun Town -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Oats Peas Beans and Barley Grow -- traditional British and American folk song
Wikipedia - Oba C. D. Akran -- Nigerian politician and traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Obi of Onitsha -- Traditional leader of Onitsha city, Nigeria
Wikipedia - Obi (sash) -- Belt worn with traditional Japanese clothing and Japanese martial arts uniforms
Wikipedia - Observance of Christmas by country -- Overview of Christmas traditions
Wikipedia - Octavia (play) -- Roman tragedy traditionally attributed to Seneca
Wikipedia - Oil in My Lamp -- Traditional Christian hymn
Wikipedia - Oina -- Romanian traditional sport
Wikipedia - Oishi Shinkage-ryM-EM-+ Kenjutsu -- Traditional school of Japanese swordsmanship
Wikipedia - Okobo -- Traditional Japanese platform clogs worn by girls, young women and some apprentice geisha
Wikipedia - Old Dan Tucker -- Traditional song performed by Virginia Minstrels
Wikipedia - Old Mother Hubbard -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Old Norse religion -- Historical religious tradition
Wikipedia - Old Robin of Portingale -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Ole Bull and Old Dan Tucker -- Traditional American minstrel song
Wikipedia - Olu Abejoye -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Akengboye -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Akengbuwa -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Akenjoye -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Atogbuwa -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Atorongboye -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Atuwatse II -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Atuwatse I -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Erejuwa I -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Esigie -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Ginuwa II -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Ginuwa -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Ijijen -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Irame -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Ojoluwa -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Omagboye (Miguel) -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Omoluyiri -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Olu Oyenakpagha (Olu Obanighenren) -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Om Ali -- Traditional Egyptian dessert
Wikipedia - Omophorion -- Bishop's scarflike vestment in the Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic liturgical traditions
Wikipedia - One for Sorrow (nursery rhyme) -- Traditional English divination nursery rhyme about magpies
Wikipedia - One Night as I Lay on My Bed -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - One, Two, Three, Four, Five -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Onjo of Baekje -- traditionally recognised founder of the Baekje kingdom in Korea (r. 18 BC-AD 28)
Wikipedia - OnmyM-EM-^MdM-EM-^M -- Traditional Japanese esoteric cosmology
Wikipedia - On Top of Old Smoky -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Opus sectile -- Traditional mosaic technique
Wikipedia - Opus tessellatum -- Traditional mosaic technique
Wikipedia - Oral Tradition (journal) -- Journal
Wikipedia - Oral tradition -- Culture preserved and transmitted through speech or song
Wikipedia - Oren Lyons -- Iroquois traditionalist, orator, artist, and athlete
Wikipedia - Organic compound -- Chemical compound that contains carbon (except for several compounds traditionally classified as inorganic compounds)
Wikipedia - Oriental folk dances -- Traditional folk and traditional dances of the Arab World
Wikipedia - Origami -- Traditional Japanese art of paper folding
Wikipedia - Orthodox Church of Greece (Holy Synod in Resistance) -- Traditionalist Greek Orthodox jurisdiction following the (Julian or Old) church calendar
Wikipedia - Orthodox Judaism -- Traditionalist branches of Judaism
Wikipedia - Oselvar -- Wooden rowing boat traditionally used in Norway
Wikipedia - Otak-otak -- Southeast Asian traditional fish cake
Wikipedia - Ottoman music -- Traditional music of the Ottoman Empire
Wikipedia - Ounhmangu -- Burmese traditional food
Wikipedia - Oversampled binary image sensor -- Image sensor with non-linear response capabilities reminiscent of traditional photographic film
Wikipedia - Over the Hills and Far Away (traditional song) -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Overthrow of the Roman monarchy -- Political revolution (traditionally 509 BC) which expelled the last king of Rome and established the Roman Republic
Wikipedia - Pa amb tomaquet -- Traditional food of Catalan, Valencian, Aragonese, Balearic and Murcian cuisines made of bread, tomato, olive oil, salt, and garlic
Wikipedia - Pacific Northwest cuisine -- Traditional cuisine of the Pacific Northwest
Wikipedia - Pacu jawi -- Traditional bull race in West Sumatra, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Padaek -- A traditional Lao condiment made from pickled or fermented fish that has been cured
Wikipedia - Paifang -- Traditional style of Chinese architectural arched gateway
Wikipedia - Pain briM-CM-) -- A traditional Normandy bread
Wikipedia - Palestinian costumes -- Traditional clothing of the Palestinians
Wikipedia - Palmerstown, Fingal -- Civil parish in Fingal (and the traditional County Dublin), Ireland
Wikipedia - Pamonha -- Traditional Brazilian food
Wikipedia - Panamanian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Panama
Wikipedia - Pandoro -- Traditional Italian sweet bread
Wikipedia - Pannuru Sripathy -- Traditional painting artist from Andhra Pradesh, India
Wikipedia - Pantxineta -- Traditional Basque Country dessert
Wikipedia - Paomo -- Chinese traditional dish from Xi'an
Wikipedia - Papa rellena -- Traditional dish in South American cuisine
Wikipedia - Parabola (magazine) -- Quarterly magazine on the subjects of mythology and the world's religious and cultural traditions
Wikipedia - Pasambahan dance -- Indonesian traditional dance
Wikipedia - Pasta e fagioli -- Traditional Italian soup of pasta and beans
Wikipedia - Patadyong -- Traditional wrap skirt worn by indigenous women of the Philippines
Wikipedia - Pateh -- An Iranian traditional needlework folk art.
Wikipedia - Pathani suit -- A traditional costume
Wikipedia - Patikulamanasikara -- Type of traditional Buddhist meditation
Wikipedia - Patriarch of Antioch -- Traditional title held by the bishop of Antioch and all the East
Wikipedia - Paubha -- Traditional religious painting made by the Newar people of Nepal
Wikipedia - Paul Binnie -- Paul Binnie is a Scottish artist working in the Japanese tradition of woodblock printing.
Wikipedia - Pavlovo Posad shawl -- Traditional Russian shawl
Wikipedia - Payada -- South American tradition of improvised music and poetry
Wikipedia - Pena (musical instrument) -- Traditional musical instrument of Kangleipak
Wikipedia - Pepes -- Indonesian traditional banana leaf dish
Wikipedia - Peranakan beaded slippers -- Peranakan traditional beadwork
Wikipedia - Perennial philosophy -- 15th-century philosophical idea that views all religious traditions as sharing a single truth or origin
Wikipedia - Persecution of traditional African religion
Wikipedia - Persian mythology -- Traditional legends and stories etc. from the Persian culture
Wikipedia - Persian traditional music
Wikipedia - Phelonion -- Liturgical vestment worn by priests of the Eastern Christian tradition
Wikipedia - Pheran -- Kashmiri traditional dress
Wikipedia - Philosophical analysis -- Various techniques typically used by philosophers in the analytic tradition
Wikipedia - Pickled herring -- A traditional way of preserving herring
Wikipedia - Pinewoods Camp -- Traditional dance and music camp in Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Pinnekjott -- Norse lamb dish traditional during Christmas
Wikipedia - Pinon hadi -- Chakma traditional dress for women
Wikipedia - Piring dance -- Indonesian traditional dance
Wikipedia - Plain meaning rule -- Traditional rule of statutory interpretation in English law
Wikipedia - Plain old telephone service -- Traditional analog voice land line telephone service
Wikipedia - Plum Village Tradition
Wikipedia - PM-CM-)-de-moleque -- Traditional candy made of peanuts and jaggery or molasses
Wikipedia - PM-EM-^Mha -- Traditional Maori bags made of kelp
Wikipedia - Poetic tradition -- Poet or author is evaluated in the context of the historical period in which they live and write
Wikipedia - Poffertjes -- A traditional Dutch batter treat
Wikipedia - Poitin -- Traditional Irish distilled beverage
Wikipedia - Polbo a feira -- Traditional Galician dish
Wikipedia - Polish cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Poland
Wikipedia - Polly Put the Kettle On -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Porkkanalaatikko -- Traditional Finnish dish
Wikipedia - Portal:Traditional African religions
Wikipedia - Portuguese cuisine -- Culinary tradition of Portugal
Wikipedia - Posting the Colours -- Traditional American ceremony
Wikipedia - Potiphar's wife -- Figure from Jewish and Muslim tradition; Potiphar's wife
Wikipedia - Powder Day -- Tradition in the Spanish village Tolox
Wikipedia - Power metal -- Subgenre of heavy metal combining characteristics of traditional metal with speed metal
Wikipedia - Powhatan -- Indigenous Algonquian people that are traditionally from eastern Virginia
Wikipedia - Practical Kabbalah -- Branch of the Jewish mystical tradition that concerns the use of magic
Wikipedia - Prayer beads -- String of beads used in various religious traditions
Wikipedia - Pre-Christian Alpine traditions
Wikipedia - Presentation of Colours -- Traditional British ceremony
Wikipedia - Pretty Polly (ballad) -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Prince Heathen -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Prince Robert -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Princess cake -- Traditional Swedish layer cake
Wikipedia - Principles of Islamic jurisprudence -- Traditional methodological principles used in Islamic jurisprudence for deriving rulings of Islamic law
Wikipedia - Progressive dispensationalism -- A variation of traditional dispensationalism.
Wikipedia - Protest songs in the United States -- Musical tradition
Wikipedia - Proud Lady Margaret -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Proverb -- Short traditional saying that expresses a perceived truth
Wikipedia - Provinces of Libya -- Traditional administrative divisions of Libya
Wikipedia - Pseudolaw -- Statements, beliefs or practices allegedly based on accepted law or jurisprudence, but which differ significantly from most traditional legal views
Wikipedia - Puletasi -- Traditional item of clothing worn by Samoan, Tongan, and Fijian women
Wikipedia - Pumpernickel -- A typically heavy, slightly sweet rye bread traditionally made with sourdough starter and coarsely ground rye
Wikipedia - Punch and Judy -- Traditional British puppet show
Wikipedia - Pungmul -- Korean folk music tradition
Wikipedia - Punjabi Tamba and Kurta -- A type of sarong and shirt, traditional costume in Punjab.
Wikipedia - Putchipu'u -- Traditional mediator in the Wayuu culture
Wikipedia - Pysanka -- Egg decorating tradition in Slavic countries
Wikipedia - Qisas -- "eye for an eye", or retributive justice, in traditional Islamic law
Wikipedia - Qi -- Vital force forming part of any living entity in traditional Chinese philosophy
Wikipedia - Quaker wedding -- Traditional ceremony of marriage within the Religious Society of Friends
Wikipedia - Queen Elanor's Confession -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Quentin Matsys -- Flemish painter in the Early Netherlandish tradition (1466-1530)
Wikipedia - Quilts of Gee's Bend -- Quilting tradition of Gee's Bend, Alabama
Wikipedia - Rababi -- Sikh music tradition
Wikipedia - Rakugo -- Traditional form of Japanese verbal entertainment
Wikipedia - Raku ware -- Type of Japanese pottery traditionally used in tea ceremonies
Wikipedia - Rangoli -- Traditional art form of India, in which coloured patterns are created on the ground
Wikipedia - Rast (mode) -- Musical modal system in traditional mugham music
Wikipedia - Rationalization (sociology) -- Replacement of traditions, values, and emotions as motivators for behaviour with rational, calculated ones
Wikipedia - Ravitoto -- Traditional Malagasy cuisine
Wikipedia - Real ale -- Traditionally made beer
Wikipedia - Redesdale and Wise William -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Red Horn -- Culture hero in Siouan oral traditions
Wikipedia - Red Sticks -- Traditionalist faction of Muscogee Creek people in the American Southeast in the early 19th century
Wikipedia - Reformed Church in America -- Reformed Protestant denomination in the Dutch tradition
Wikipedia - Reformed tradition
Wikipedia - Religious law -- Ethical and moral codes taught by religious traditions
Wikipedia - Religious text -- Texts which religious traditions consider to be central to their practice or beliefs
Wikipedia - Remonce -- Traditional Danish pastry filling
Wikipedia - Renju -- Traditional board game
Wikipedia - Resist dyeing -- Traditional method of dyeing textiles with patterns
Wikipedia - Reynardine -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Ribeirinhos -- Traditional river dwelling people
Wikipedia - Richie Story -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Riddles (Hebrew) -- Traditional form of word-play in Hebrew
Wikipedia - Riddles Wisely Expounded -- 1445 traditional song
Wikipedia - Riga Black Balsam -- Traditional Latvian herbal liqueur
Wikipedia - Rigatoni con la pajata -- Traditional Italian pasta dish
Wikipedia - Right-wing politics -- Political alignment favoring traditional politics
Wikipedia - Riji -- Pubic coverings made of pearl shells traditionally worn by Aboriginal men in the north-west part of Australia
Wikipedia - Ringerike (traditional district)
Wikipedia - Rioni of Rome -- Traditional administrative division of the city of Rome
Wikipedia - Robert Earl (singer) -- English traditional pop music singer, crooner
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and Queen Katherine -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Bishop -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Butcher -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Golden Arrow -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Monk -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Pedlars -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Prince of Aragon -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Shepherd -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Tanner -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Tinker -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood and the Valiant Knight -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood Newly Revived -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood Rescuing Three Squires -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood Rescuing Will Stutly -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood's Chase -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood's Death -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood's Golden Prize -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robin Hood's Progress to Nottingham -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Robyn and Gandeleyn -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Rocket Festival -- Traditional festival of Laos and Thailand
Wikipedia - Rock Island Line -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Rocky Mountain cuisine -- Traditional Rocky Mountain cuisine
Wikipedia - Roisin Elsafty -- Folk and traditional Irish singer
Wikipedia - Roll, Alabama, Roll -- Traditional sea shanty
Wikipedia - Roman mythology -- Traditional stories pertaining to ancient Rome's legendary origins and religious system
Wikipedia - Roman Polytheistic Reconstructionism -- Contemporary reconstructionist movement reviving traditional Roman religion
Wikipedia - Roman Traditional Movement -- Italian neopagan organisation
Wikipedia - Rongoa -- Traditional Maori medicinal practices
Wikipedia - Roof stomp -- US Air Force tradition for welcoming new high-ranking officer
Wikipedia - Rose the Red and White Lily -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Roti buaya -- Betawi traditional bread
Wikipedia - Roti gambang -- Javanese traditional bread
Wikipedia - Round and Round the Garden -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Rub-a-dub-dub -- Nursery rhyme and traditional song
Wikipedia - Rudat dance -- Traditional Indonesian dance
Wikipedia - Rudra Sampradaya -- Tradition of disciplic succession in Hinduism
Wikipedia - Rullepolse -- Traditional Danish spiced cold cut meat roll
Wikipedia - Rumah Gadang -- Traditional homes of the Minangkabau in Sumatra, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Rupa Goswami -- Indian guru, poet and philosopher of the Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition (1489-1564)
Wikipedia - Russefeiring -- Traditional celebration for Norwegian high school students
Wikipedia - Russian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Russia
Wikipedia - Russian Fascism: Traditions, Tendencies, Movements -- 2001 book
Wikipedia - RyM-EM-^Mtei -- Traditional Japanese restaurant
Wikipedia - Ryokan (inn) -- Traditional Japanese inn
Wikipedia - Sack (unit) -- Traditional unit of mass or volume
Wikipedia - Sacred Harp -- Tradition of sacred choral music, originating in New England in the 18th century and carried on in the Southern U.S., using tunebooks printed in shape notes
Wikipedia - Sacred Tradition
Wikipedia - Sacred tradition -- The foundation of the doctrinal and spiritual authority of the Christian Church and of the Bible in the Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Assyrian, and Anglican traditions
Wikipedia - Sacrifice in the Post-Kantian Tradition -- 2014 book by Diego Bubbio
Wikipedia - Saint George in devotions, traditions and prayers
Wikipedia - Saint Stephen and Herod -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sai (weapon) -- traditional Okinawan melee weapon used for stabbing
Wikipedia - Salakot -- Traditional wide-brimmed hat from the Philippines
Wikipedia - Salmon and peas -- Traditional July 4th dish in New England, USA
Wikipedia - Salvadoran cuisine -- Culinary traditions of El Salvador
Wikipedia - Salwar -- Traditional loose trousers of the Punjab region
Wikipedia - Sam Hall (song) -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sami shamanism -- Traditional religion of the Sami people in the Nordic countries
Wikipedia - Samping -- Malay traditional clothing
Wikipedia - Sampradaya -- Tradition, spiritual lineage or a religious system
Wikipedia - Sanamahism -- Religious or philosophical tradition of Meetei origin
Wikipedia - Sancocho -- Traditional soup in several Latin American cuisines
Wikipedia - Sand drawing -- Artistic and ritual tradition and practice of Vanuatu
Wikipedia - Sand mandala -- Tibetan Buddhist tradition involving the creation and destruction of mandalas made from coloured sand
Wikipedia - Sapmi -- Cultural region traditionally inhabited by the Sami people
Wikipedia - Sarah Ann O'Neill -- Irish traditional singer
Wikipedia - Sariel -- Archangel of Judaic tradition
Wikipedia - Sari Gelin -- Traditional song native to Transcaucasus and its surrounding
Wikipedia - Sarong -- Traditional garment of the Malay Archipelago and the Pacific Islands
Wikipedia - Sarpa Kavu -- Traditional natural sacred spaces in South India
Wikipedia - Sashiko -- Traditional Japanese embroidery technique
Wikipedia - Sbiten -- Russian traditional winter drink served hot
Wikipedia - Scarborough Fair (ballad) -- Traditional English song
Wikipedia - Scarlet Sails (tradition) -- Celebration in St. Petersburg, Russia
Wikipedia - Schrodinger (crater) -- A large lunar impact crater of the form traditionally called a walled plain
Wikipedia - Scots Trad Music Awards -- Awards for traditional Scottish music
Wikipedia - Scottish folk music -- Genre of traditional music from Scotland
Wikipedia - Scottish Lullaby -- Traditional Scottish melody
Wikipedia - Sean-nos dance -- Traditional solo Irish percussive dance
Wikipedia - Second line (parades) -- New Orleans brass band tradition
Wikipedia - Secret Santa -- Western Christmas tradition
Wikipedia - See Saw Margery Daw -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - See See Rider -- Traditional blues song
Wikipedia - Sekaten -- Javanese traditional ceremony, festival, fair and night market
Wikipedia - Semitic neopaganism -- Religions based on or attempting to reconstruct the old religious traditions of the Semitic peoples
Wikipedia - Serbian Christmas traditions
Wikipedia - Serb traditions
Wikipedia - Servants of the Holy Family -- an all-male traditional Catholic religious community located in Colorado Springs
Wikipedia - Sewamono -- Genre of contemporary setting plays in Japanese traditional theatre
Wikipedia - Shabana (Hejazi tradition) -- Celebration in western Saudi Arabia
Wikipedia - Shafoot -- Traditional Yemeni appetizer
Wikipedia - Shaivism -- One of the major traditions within Hinduism, and reveres Shiva as the Supreme Being
Wikipedia - Shalom aleichem -- Traditional Jewish Hebrew-language greeting
Wikipedia - Shandong cuisine -- Branch of Chinese traditional cuisine native to Shandong province
Wikipedia - Shankaracharya -- Title of heads of Hinduism in the Vedanta tradition
Wikipedia - Sheath and Knife -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Shetland pony -- Scottish breed of traditional pony
Wikipedia - Shinkage-ryM-EM-+ -- Traditional school of Japanese martial arts
Wikipedia - ShintM-EM-^M MusM-EM-^M-ryM-EM-+ -- Traditional school of jM-EM-^Mjutsu
Wikipedia - Shire -- A traditional term for a division of land, found in some English-speaking countries
Wikipedia - Shita-kiri Suzume -- Traditional Japanese fable
Wikipedia - ShM-EM-^Mdai ware -- Type of Japanese pottery traditionally from Arao, Kumamoto
Wikipedia - Shorgoghal -- Traditional Azerbaijani pastry
Wikipedia - Shota (dance) -- Albanian traditional dance
Wikipedia - Shrine of the Three Kings -- reliquary traditionally believed to contain the bones of the Biblical Magi
Wikipedia - Sian (band) -- Scottish traditional band
Wikipedia - Siddha medicine -- System of traditional medicine originating in South India
Wikipedia - Sidecar (cocktail) -- Cocktail traditionally made with cognac, orange liqueur and lemon
Wikipedia - Silver Dagger (song) -- Traditional song performed by Joan Baez
Wikipedia - Simsimiyya -- Traditional Egyptian string instrument
Wikipedia - Sindoor -- Traditional vermilion red or orange-red colored cosmetic powder from the Indian subcontinent
Wikipedia - Singaporean cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Singapore
Wikipedia - Singing the Traditional Songs of Her Kentucky Mountain Family -- 1952 studio album by Jean Ritchie
Wikipedia - Sinner Man -- African American traditional spiritual song
Wikipedia - Sir Aldingar -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sir Cawline -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sir Hugh -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sir James the Rose -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sir Orfeo -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sir Patrick Spens -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sisters of Charity Federation in the Vincentian-Setonian Tradition
Wikipedia - Six Dukes Went a-Fishing -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sixteen Arhats -- A list of the Buddha's disciples in South and East Asian tradition
Wikipedia - S. K. B. Asante -- Ghanaian lawyer and traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Slavery in Nigeria -- Traditional slave trade in southeastern Nigeria
Wikipedia - Smarta Tradition
Wikipedia - Smarta tradition -- Tradition in Hinduism linked to Advaita Vedanta
Wikipedia - Smock-frock -- Traditional rural man's loose overgarment of coarse fabric
Wikipedia - S'more -- Traditional campfire treat
Wikipedia - Social conservatism in the United States -- Political ideology focused on the preservation of traditional values and beliefs in the US
Wikipedia - Socialist traditions
Wikipedia - Songkran (Thailand) -- Traditional Thai New Year's holiday
Wikipedia - Sonnet -- Poetic form, traditionally fourteen specifically-rhymed lines
Wikipedia - Sooraj Dooba Hain -- Song performed by Arijit Singh, Aditi Singh Sharma
Wikipedia - Sope -- Traditional Mexican dish
Wikipedia - Sori Choi -- Korean traditional percussionist
Wikipedia - Sosatie -- A traditional South African dish of meat cooked on skewers
Wikipedia - Soto (food) -- Traditional Indonesian soup
Wikipedia - Soto padang -- Traditional Indonesian soup
Wikipedia - South African National Congress of Traditional Authorities -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - South Dublin -- County in Ireland, part of the traditional County Dublin
Wikipedia - Sovay -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Spanish heraldry -- Tradition and art of heraldry of Spain
Wikipedia - Spanish naming customs -- Historical traditions practiced in Spain for naming children
Wikipedia - Spanish omelette -- Traditional Spanish dish of egg and potato
Wikipedia - Sport in Greenland -- Sports traditions in Greenland
Wikipedia - Sport in India -- Overview of sports traditions in India
Wikipedia - Sport in Japan -- Overview of sports traditions in Japan
Wikipedia - Sport in Korea -- Korea has traditional sports
Wikipedia - Sport in New Zealand -- Sports traditions in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Sports in Baltimore -- Sports teams, events, and traditions in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
Wikipedia - Sri Lankan Forest Tradition
Wikipedia - Sri Lankan traditional medicine -- Alternative medicine
Wikipedia - Srimpi -- Traditional dance of Javanese people
Wikipedia - Stafford knot -- Three-looped overhand knot that is the traditional symbol of Staffordshire
Wikipedia - Stagger Lee -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Star Light, Star Bright -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Stephen Fritz -- South African indigenous and traditional leader
Wikipedia - Stockli -- Traditional agricultural building in Switzerland and Germany
Wikipedia - Stola -- Traditional garment of Ancient Roman women
Wikipedia - Strammer Max -- Traditional name applied to various sandwich dishes in German cuisine
Wikipedia - Succotash -- Traditional American food
Wikipedia - Suffix (name) -- Naming tradition, follows a person's full name and provides additional information about the person
Wikipedia - Sundubu-jjigae -- Korean traditional soft tofu stew
Wikipedia - Sunnah -- Literature discussing/prescribing traditional social/legal customs/practices of the Islamic community, often based on the record of teachings, deeds and sayings of Muhammad
Wikipedia - Supermarket -- Large form of the traditional grocery store
Wikipedia - Suranga -- Traditional water management system in Kerala and Karnataka, south India
Wikipedia - Surya Das -- American lama in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition
Wikipedia - Sweet Polly Oliver -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Sweet William's Ghost -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Swiss cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Switzerland
Wikipedia - Sylheti cuisine -- Sylheti cuisine is the food culture and traditions practices by the Sylhetis
Wikipedia - Syncretism -- Assimilation of two or more originally discrete religious traditions
Wikipedia - Taegeuk -- Traditional Korean symbol
Wikipedia - Taekkyeon -- Traditional Korean martial art
Wikipedia - Tai folk religion -- Animist religious beliefs traditionally and historically practiced by groups of ethnic Tai peoples
Wikipedia - Tajik cuisine -- Traditional cuisine of Tajikistan
Wikipedia - Takadai -- Loom used for weaving traditional Japanese braids
Wikipedia - Taktouka -- Traditional Moroccan salad dish
Wikipedia - Tall ship -- Large, traditionally-rigged sailing vessel
Wikipedia - Tamale -- Traditional Mesoamerican dish
Wikipedia - Tambouras -- Greek traditional string instrument
Wikipedia - Tamil units of measurement -- system of measurements traditionally used in ancient Tamil-speaking South India
Wikipedia - TanbM-EM-+ra (lyre) -- Traditional string instrument
Wikipedia - Tantra -- Esoteric traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism
Wikipedia - Tant sari -- Traditional Bengali sari
Wikipedia - Tapai -- Indonesian and Southeast Asian traditional fermented of rice
Wikipedia - Tapalapa bread -- Traditional African bread
Wikipedia - Tapestry -- Form of textile art, traditionally woven on a vertical loom
Wikipedia - Tapu (Polynesian culture) -- Polynesian traditional concept denoting something holy or sacred
Wikipedia - Tara Music -- Traditional Irish music recording companies
Wikipedia - Tatanua mask -- Traditional mask made by the natives in the province of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Tauge goreng -- Indonesian traditional dish
Wikipedia - Tautua -- Word in Samoan that expresses the cultural tradition of service to the family
Wikipedia - Tea cosy -- Cover for a teapot, traditionally made of cloth
Wikipedia - Technology, Tradition, and the State in Africa
Wikipedia - Teddy bear toss -- Christmas tradition
Wikipedia - Teiken Boxing Gym -- Japan's traditional boxing club
Wikipedia - Telemark -- Traditional region and former county (fylke) of Norway
Wikipedia - Telemea -- A Romanian cheese traditionally made of sheepM-bM-^@M-^Ys milk
Wikipedia - Telling the bees -- Traditional European custom
Wikipedia - Terma (religion) -- Hidden teachings in various Buddhist traditions
Wikipedia - Texas Tech University traditions -- Aspect of Texas Tech University culture
Wikipedia - Textile manufacturing by pre-industrial methods -- Traditional methods of textile production
Wikipedia - Thady Quill -- A popular traditional Irish song
Wikipedia - Thai Forest Tradition
Wikipedia - Thai units of measurement -- System of units traditionally used in Thailand
Wikipedia - Thanos Leivaditis -- Greek actor and screenwriter
Wikipedia - The Arkansas Traveler (song) -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Baffled Knight -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Ballad of Chevy Chase -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Beggar-Laddie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Bent Sae Brown -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Bitter Withy -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Bold Pedlar and Robin Hood -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond -- Traditional Scottish folk song
Wikipedia - The Bonnie House of Airlie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Bonny Hind -- 1771 traditional song
Wikipedia - The Bonny Lass of Anglesey -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Boy and the Mantle -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Braes o' Killiecrankie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Bramble Briar -- Traditional English folk murder ballad
Wikipedia - The Broomfield Hill -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Brown Girl -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Butcher and the Tailor's Wife -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The captain goes down with the ship -- Maritime tradition
Wikipedia - The Clerk's Twa Sons o Owsenford -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Crabfish -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Crafty Farmer -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Cruel Brother -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Cruel Mother -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Cuckoo (song) -- Traditional English folk song
Wikipedia - The Daemon Lover -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Death of Parcy Reed -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Death of Queen Jane -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Derby Ram -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Devil (Tarot card) -- Fifteenth Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks
Wikipedia - The Ditchling Carol -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Duke of Athole's Nurse -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Duke of Gordon's Daughter -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Earl of Errol -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Earl of Mar's Daughter -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Elfin Knight -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The False Lover Won Back -- Traditional ballot in English
Wikipedia - The Famous Flower of Serving-Men -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Farmer in the Dell -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Farmer's Curst Wife -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Fause Knight Upon the Road -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Flag: A Story Inspired by the Tradition of Betsy Ross -- 1927 film
Wikipedia - The Friar in the Well -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Gay Goshawk -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The George Aloe and the Sweepstake -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Great Silkie of Sule Skerry -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Grey Cock -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Heir of Linne -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The History of the Gold Coast and Asante -- Preserved work of oral tradition
Wikipedia - The Holly and the Ivy -- Traditional British folk Christmas carol
Wikipedia - The Holy Ground -- Traditional Irish folk song
Wikipedia - The Jolly Beggar -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Jolly Waggoner -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Just War tradition
Wikipedia - The Keach i the Creel -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The King's Disguise, and Friendship with Robin Hood -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The King's Dochter Lady Jean -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Kitchie-Boy -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Knight and the Shepherd's Daughter -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Knight's Ghost -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Lads of Wamphray -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Laily Worm and the Machrel of the Sea -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Laird o Drum -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Laird o Logie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Lass of Roch Royal -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Leaving of Liverpool -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Lincolnshire Poacher -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Living Tradition -- Music magazine
Wikipedia - The Lochmaben Harper -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Lord of Lorn and the False Steward -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Maid and the Palmer -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Marriage of Sir Gawain -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Mermaid (ballad) -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Miao Flower Mountain Festival -- traditional occasion of the Miao, a Chinese ethnic group
Wikipedia - The Moorlough Shore -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Mother's Malison -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The New-Slain Knight -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The New Tradition -- American barbershop quartet from California
Wikipedia - The Noble Fisherman -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Primordial Tradition -- A school of religious philosophy which holds its origins in perennialism
Wikipedia - The Queen of Elfan's Nourice -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Queen of Scotland -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Raggle Taggle Gypsy -- Traditional folk song
Wikipedia - The Rambling Gambler -- Traditional folk song of the American West
Wikipedia - The Rantin Laddie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - There Was a Crooked Man -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Riddle Song -- Traditional song; English folk song; Roud Folk Song Index #330
Wikipedia - The Rose of England -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Saucy Arethusa -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Spinning-Woman by the Spring -- Traditional folk tale in Europe and Asia
Wikipedia - The Spotted Cow -- Traditional English folk song
Wikipedia - The Sprig of Thyme -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Suffolk Miracle -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Sweet Trinity -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Three Butchers -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Three Jovial Huntsmen -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Three Ravens -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Tradition (poetry collection) -- Poetry collection by Jericho Brown
Wikipedia - The Twa Brothers -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Twa Magicians -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Twa Sisters -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Unquiet Grave -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Wee Wee Man -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The West Country Damosel's Complaint -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The White Fisher -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Whummil Bore -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Wife of Usher's Well -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Wylie Wife of the Hie Toun Hie -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - The Young Earl of Essex's Victory over the Emperor of Germany -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Thirteen desserts -- Traditional Christmas of Provence.
Wikipedia - Thomas o Yonderdale -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Three Blind Mice -- 1805 traditional song
Wikipedia - Three Jolly Rogues -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Three Treasures (traditional Chinese medicine)
Wikipedia - Tibetan mythology -- traditional and religious stories of Tibet
Wikipedia - Tiger-head shoes -- Traditional Chinese folk handicraft used as footwear for children
Wikipedia - Tinikling -- Traditional Filipino folk dance from Visayas
Wikipedia - Tinker, Tailor -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Tippit -- Traditional Welsh game
Wikipedia - TM-EM-^MrM-EM-^M -- Traditional Japanese lantern
Wikipedia - Toad in the hole -- Traditional English dish
Wikipedia - Tola (unit) -- Traditional Asian unit of mass
Wikipedia - Toledano tradition
Wikipedia - Tom Potts -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son -- Nursery rhyme and traditional song
Wikipedia - Tongyangxi -- Pre-modern Chinese tradition of arranged marriage
Wikipedia - Topeng dance -- Indonesian traditional dance
Wikipedia - Topor (headgear) -- Conical headgear traditionally worn by grooms as part of the Bengali Hindu wedding ceremony
Wikipedia - Top (sailing ship) -- Platform at the upper end of a mast on a traditional square rigged ship
Wikipedia - Torah reading -- A Jewish religious tradition that involves the public reading of a set of passages from a Torah scroll
Wikipedia - Torah scroll (Yemenite) -- The Yemenite Jewish tradition of orthography in a Torah scroll
Wikipedia - Torr -- Traditional unit of pressure
Wikipedia - Traditional African masks -- Ritual and ceremonial mask of Sub-Saharan Africa
Wikipedia - Traditional African medicine -- traditional medical practices in Africa
Wikipedia - Traditional African religions -- Diverse traditional beliefs and practices of African people
Wikipedia - Traditional African religion
Wikipedia - Traditional Anglican Communion
Wikipedia - Traditional animation
Wikipedia - Traditional authority -- Form of leadership in which the authority of an organization or a ruling regime is largely tied to tradition or custom
Wikipedia - Traditional Berber religion
Wikipedia - Traditional birth attendant -- Person who provides maternity care informally
Wikipedia - Traditional black gospel
Wikipedia - Traditional Catholics
Wikipedia - Traditional Chinese characters
Wikipedia - Traditional Chinese law
Wikipedia - Traditional Chinese medicine -- Traditional medicine in China
Wikipedia - Traditional Chinese religion
Wikipedia - Traditional Chinese star names
Wikipedia - Traditional Chinese timekeeping -- Timekeeping before Shixian calander
Wikipedia - Traditional Chinese
Wikipedia - Traditional climbing -- Style of rock climbing
Wikipedia - Traditional colors of Japan
Wikipedia - Traditional conservatism
Wikipedia - Traditional dyes of the Scottish Highlands -- Traditional dyes of the Scottish Highlands
Wikipedia - Traditional ecological knowledge
Wikipedia - Traditional economy
Wikipedia - Traditional education
Wikipedia - Traditional engineering
Wikipedia - Traditional English pronunciation of Latin -- Basic pronunciation rules
Wikipedia - Traditional family
Wikipedia - Traditional games in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Traditional grammar
Wikipedia - Traditional healers of Southern Africa -- Practitioners of traditional African medicine in Southern Africa
Wikipedia - Traditionalism (Spain)
Wikipedia - Traditionalist Catholicism -- Movement of Catholics in favour of restoring many or all of the liturgy, practice, and beliefs of Catholics from before the Second Vatican Council
Wikipedia - Traditionalist Catholics
Wikipedia - Traditionalist Catholic
Wikipedia - Traditionalist conservatism in the United States
Wikipedia - Traditionalist conservatism -- Political ideology
Wikipedia - Traditionalist school
Wikipedia - Traditionalist School -- Perennial philosophy
Wikipedia - Traditionalist Theology (Islam)
Wikipedia - Traditionalist theology (Islam) -- Islamic sunni theologic branch
Wikipedia - Traditional knowledge -- Knowledge systems in the cultural traditions of communities
Wikipedia - Traditionally
Wikipedia - Traditional Malaysian musical instruments -- Malaysian musical instruments
Wikipedia - Traditional mathematics
Wikipedia - Traditional media
Wikipedia - Traditional medicine -- Medicine based on traditional beliefs
Wikipedia - Traditional Persian -- Breed of cat
Wikipedia - Traditional singer -- someone who has learned folk songs in their original context
Wikipedia - Traditional Sohbet meetings -- Turkish social practice of community conversations
Wikipedia - Traditional sub-Saharan African harmony -- Music theory of harmony
Wikipedia - Traditional Tibetan medicine
Wikipedia - Traditional Unionist Voice -- Political party
Wikipedia - Traditional Values Coalition -- Defunct American conservative Christian organization
Wikipedia - Traditional values
Wikipedia - Traditional Vietnamese dance
Wikipedia - Traditional Vietnamese medicine
Wikipedia - Traditional Vietnamese musical instruments
Wikipedia - Traditional
Wikipedia - Tradition criticism
Wikipedia - Tradition of removing shoes in the home and houses of worship
Wikipedia - Traditions and student activities at MIT -- Aspect of Massachusetts Institute of Technology culture
Wikipedia - Traditions of Italy
Wikipedia - Traditions of Pomona College -- Aspect of Pomona College culture
Wikipedia - Traditions of Romania
Wikipedia - Traditions of Texas A&M University -- Aspect of Texas A&M University culture
Wikipedia - Traditions of the Georgia Institute of Technology -- Aspect of Georgia Tech culture
Wikipedia - Traditions
Wikipedia - Tradition und Leben -- Monarchist organisation in Germany
Wikipedia - Tradition -- A long-existing custom or belief
Wikipedia - Tradwife -- Submissive, "traditional" wife
Wikipedia - Transvestism -- Dressing and acting in a style or manner traditionally associated with the opposite sex
Wikipedia - Tree of life (Kabbalah) -- Diagram used in various mystical traditions
Wikipedia - Trews -- Traditional Celtic tightly-fit footed trousers, often of tartan; also trousers from Scottish Highland dress.
Wikipedia - Tro (instrument) -- Traditional bowed string instruments from Cambodia
Wikipedia - True Awakening Tradition
Wikipedia - Tsarouchi -- Shoe worn as part of the traditional uniform of the Greek guards known as Evzones
Wikipedia - Tsuitate -- Traditional Japanese single-panel portable partition
Wikipedia - Tsukubai -- Traditional Japanese ritual washbasin
Wikipedia - Tuba Skinny -- A traditional jazz band based in New Orleans
Wikipedia - Tubeteika -- Russian word for many varieties of traditional Central Asian caps
Wikipedia - Tujeon -- Traditional Korean playing cards
Wikipedia - Tulum cheese -- A traditional Turkish goat's milk cheese ripened in a goatskin casing
Wikipedia - Turco-Persian tradition -- Distinctive culture in Central Asia
Wikipedia - Turkish folk literature -- Oral tradition of Turkish people
Wikipedia - Turkish makam -- System of melodic modes used in traditional Turkic music
Wikipedia - Turkish salvar -- Traditional baggy trousers of Turkey
Wikipedia - Turkmen cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Turkmenistan
Wikipedia - Turlutte (music) -- Form of traditional popular song from Quebec, Canada
Wikipedia - Turul -- Mythological bird of prey in Hungarian tradition and a national symbol of Hungarians
Wikipedia - Tutedhara -- Traditional water taps in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ukrainian cuisine -- Culinary traditions of Ukraine
Wikipedia - Ulam (salad) -- Traditional Malay salad
Wikipedia - Ulster -- Traditional province in the north of Ireland
Wikipedia - Ultramarathon -- Any footrace longer than the traditional marathon length of 42.195 kilometres
Wikipedia - Ululudhvani -- Tradition in Bengal, Assam and Odisha, where women produce a sound called 'Ululu'
Wikipedia - Umaru bin Ali -- Nigerian traditional ruler
Wikipedia - Umaru Nagwamatse -- Sokoto caliphs prince and traditional state founder
Wikipedia - Upe -- Traditional Bougainvillean headdress
Wikipedia - Upstart (software) -- An event-based replacement for the traditional init daemon
Wikipedia - Uralic mythologies -- Traditional myths of Uralic-speaking cultures
Wikipedia - Vaisakhi -- Major spring time Sikh festival, harvest and traditional new year festival for many Hindus
Wikipedia - Vajrayana -- Various Buddhist traditions of Tantra and "Secret Mantra", which developed in medieval India and spread by Padmasambhava to Tibet, Bhutan, and East Asia
Wikipedia - Vardo (Romani wagon) -- Traditional horse-drawn wagon of British Romani people
Wikipedia - Venetian glass -- Glassmaking tradition from Venice, Italy
Wikipedia - Vernacular architecture -- Category of architecture based on local needs, construction materials and reflecting local traditions
Wikipedia - Vetkoek -- A traditional coloured fried dough bread
Wikipedia - Vinger -- Traditional district near Kongsvinger, Norway
Wikipedia - Virgin boy egg -- Traditional dish of Dongyang, Zhejiang, China
Wikipedia - Visoba Khechara -- Indian Marathi saint in the Varkari tradition
Wikipedia - Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa -- South African traditional healer
Wikipedia - Waldjinah -- Indonesian traditional singer
Wikipedia - Wallin Family -- American family of traditional ballad singers
Wikipedia - Wampum -- A traditional shell bead of the Eastern Woodlands tribes of American Indians
Wikipedia - Wappo traditional narratives -- Native Californian narratives
Wikipedia - Water puppetry -- Vietnamese puppetry tradition
Wikipedia - Waterzooi -- Traditional Belgian stew
Wikipedia - Way of the Gods according to the Confucian Tradition -- A Confucian congregational religious movement
Wikipedia - Welcome to Country -- Ritual performed to welcome non-Indigenous people to the traditional owners of the local area in Australia
Wikipedia - Welsh mythology -- Folk traditions developed in Wales and by the Celtic Britons elsewhere
Wikipedia - WerkM-CM-)n -- Traditional tribal leader in the Mapuche Culture of Southern South America
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Wikipedia - Western canon -- Books, music and art traditionally accepted by Western scholars as the most important in shaping Western culture
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Wikipedia - Western Sufism -- A new religious movement with its origins in traditional Sufism
Wikipedia - What Are Little Boys Made Of? -- Nursery rhyme and traditional song
Wikipedia - White wedding -- Traditional formal or semi-formal wedding originating in Great Britain
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Wikipedia - Will Stewart and John -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - Wiltshire Traditional Orchards Project -- Organisation that records, conserves and restores orchards
Wikipedia - Wind Horse -- Symbol of the human soul in East Asian and Central Asian traditions
Wikipedia - Wisdom tradition -- Idea that there is a mystic inner core to all religious or spiritual traditions
Wikipedia - Witches reel -- Traditional Scottish Ceilidh dance
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Wikipedia - World music -- Umbrella term for traditional or indigenous music not originating in Europe or North America
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Wikipedia - Yup'ik clothing -- Traditional clothing worn by the Yup'ik people of Alaska
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Chico & Rita (2010) ::: 7.2/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 34min | Animation, Crime, Drama | 19 November 2010 (UK) -- Chico is a young piano player with big dreams. Rita is a beautiful singer with an extraordinary voice. Music and romantic desire unites them, but their journey - in the tradition of the Latin ballad, the bolero - brings heartache and torment. Directors: Tono Errando, Javier Mariscal | 1 more credit Writers:
Christmas in Connecticut (1945) ::: 7.4/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 41min | Comedy, Romance | 11 August 1945 (USA) -- A food writer who has lied about being the perfect housewife must try to cover her deception when her boss and a returning war hero invite themselves to her home for a traditional family Christmas. Director: Peter Godfrey Writers:
Como agua para chocolate (1992) ::: 7.1/10 -- R | 1h 45min | Drama, Romance | 28 May 1993 (USA) -- When tradition prevents her from marrying the man she loves, a young woman discovers she has a unique talent for cooking. Director: Alfonso Arau Writers: Laura Esquivel (novel), Laura Esquivel
Hobson's Choice (1954) ::: 7.7/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 48min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 19 April 1954 (Denmark) -- Henry Hobson (Charles Laughton) is a successful bootmaker, a widower and a tyrannical father of three daughters. The girls each want to leave their father by getting married, but Henry refuses because marriage traditions require him to pay out settlements. Director: David Lean Writers: Harold Brighouse (by), David Lean (screenplay) | 2 more credits
I Heart Huckabees (2004) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 1h 47min | Comedy | 22 October 2004 (USA) -- A husband-and-wife team play detective, but not in the traditional sense. Instead, the happy duo helps others solve their existential issues, the kind that keep you up at night, wondering what it all means. Director: David O. Russell Writers:
Klaus (2019) ::: 8.2/10 -- PG | 1h 36min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | 15 November 2019 (USA) -- A simple act of kindness always sparks another, even in a frozen, faraway place. When Smeerensburg's new postman, Jesper, befriends toymaker Klaus, their gifts melt an age-old feud and deliver a sleigh full of holiday traditions. Directors: Sergio Pablos, Carlos Martnez Lpez (co-director) Writers:
Leap Year (2010) ::: 6.5/10 -- PG | 1h 40min | Comedy, Romance | 8 January 2010 (USA) -- Anna Brady plans to travel to Dublin, Ireland to propose to her boyfriend Jeremy on February 29, leap day, because, according to Irish tradition, a man who receives a marriage proposal on a leap day must accept it. Director: Anand Tucker Writers:
Looking for Alibrandi (2000) ::: 7.0/10 -- PG | 1h 43min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 4 May 2000 (Australia) -- Alibrandi ultimately concerns a senior high school girl embracing her Italian heritage, but moving toward the less traditional Australian way of life. A wonderful cast who play their roles ... S Director:
Looking for Alibrandi (2000) ::: 7.0/10 -- PG | 1h 43min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 4 May 2000 (Australia) -- Alibrandi ultimately concerns a senior high school girl embracing her Italian heritage, but moving toward the less traditional Australian way of life. A wonderful cast who play their roles ... S Director: Kate Woods Writers: Melina Marchetta (screenplay), Melina Marchetta (novel) Stars:
Made in Heaven -- Not Rated | 50min | Drama, Romance | TV Series (2019 ) ::: It is the story of two wedding planners in Delhi, where tradition jostles with modern aspirations against the backdrop of big fat Indian weddings revealing many secrets and lies. Creators:
Mona Lisa Smile (2003) ::: 6.5/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 57min | Drama | 19 December 2003 (USA) -- A free-thinking art professor teaches conservative 1950s Wellesley girls to question their traditional social roles. Director: Mike Newell Writers: Lawrence Konner, Mark Rosenthal
My Wife and Kids ::: TV-PG | 30min | Comedy, Family | TV Series (20012005) -- Michael Kyle longs for a traditional life, but his day-trader wife Janet, gangsta rap-worshipping son Michael Jr., and brooding daughters Claire and Kady make his dream just that ... a dream. Creators:
Queen (2013) ::: 8.2/10 -- Not Rated | 2h 26min | Adventure, Comedy, Drama | 7 March 2014 (India) -- A Delhi girl from a traditional family sets out on a solo honeymoon after her marriage gets cancelled. Director: Vikas Bahl Writers: Vikas Bahl (story and screenplay), Chaitally Parmar (story and
Saving Face (2004) ::: 7.4/10 -- R | 1h 37min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 24 June 2005 (USA) -- A Chinese-American lesbian and her traditionalist mother are reluctant to go public with secret loves that clash against cultural expectations. Director: Alice Wu Writer:
Somebody Feed Phil ::: TV-14 | 1h | Documentary | TV Series (2018 ) -- Phil travels around the world sampling food and tradition with friends and a sense of humor. Stars: Phil Rosenthal, Monica Horan, Judy Gold
The Chosen ::: TV-PG | 54min | Drama, History | TV Series (2017 ) -- A charismatic fisherman drowning in debt. A troubled woman wrestling with real demons. A young tax collector ostracized by society. A religious leader questioning his faith tradition. Creator:
The Jazz Singer (1927) ::: 6.5/10 -- Unrated | 1h 28min | Drama, Music, Musical | 4 February 1928 (USA) -- The son of a Jewish Cantor must defy the traditions of his religious father in order to pursue his dream of becoming a jazz singer. Director: Alan Crosland Writers: Samson Raphaelson (play), Alfred A. Cohn (adaptation) | 1 more credit
The Kids Are All Right (2010) ::: 7.0/10 -- R | 1h 46min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 30 July 2010 (USA) -- Two children conceived by artificial insemination bring their biological father into their non-traditional family life. Director: Lisa Cholodenko Writers: Lisa Cholodenko, Stuart Blumberg
The Namesake (2006) ::: 7.5/10 -- PG-13 | 2h 2min | Drama | 6 April 2007 (USA) -- American-born Gogol, the son of Indian immigrants, wants to fit in among his fellow New Yorkers, despite his family's unwillingness to let go of their traditional ways. Director: Mira Nair Writers:
The Righteous Gemstones ::: TV-MA | 36min | Comedy, Drama | TV Series (2019 ) -- Follows a world-famous televangelist family with a long tradition of deviance, greed, and charitable work. Creator: Danny McBride
The Sleeping Dictionary (2003) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 1h 49min | Drama, Romance | 31 January 2003 (Mexico) -- A young Englishman is sent to Malaysian Borneo in the 1930s to stay with a tribe as UK's colonial representative. A local woman (J.Alba) helps him understand local tradition and language. He falls in love with her etc. despite the taboo. Director: Guy Jenkin Writer:
The Sleeping Dictionary (2003) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 1h 49min | Drama, Romance | 31 January 2003 (Mexico) -- A young Englishman is sent to Malaysian Borneo in the 1930s to stay with a tribe as UK's colonial representative. A local woman (J.Alba) helps him understand local tradition and language. He falls in love with her etc. despite the taboo. Director:
The Three Caballeros (1944) ::: 6.4/10 -- Approved | 1h 11min | Animation, Comedy, Family | 22 February 1945 -- The Three Caballeros Poster -- Donald receives his birthday gifts, which include traditional gifts and information about Brazil (hosted by Z Carioca) and Mexico (by Panchito, a Mexican Charro Rooster). Directors: Norman Ferguson, Clyde Geronimi | 3 more credits Writers:
The Wild Bunch (1969) ::: 7.9/10 -- R | 2h 15min | Action, Adventure, Western | 19 June 1969 (USA) -- An aging group of outlaws look for one last big score as the "traditional" American West is disappearing around them. Director: Sam Peckinpah Writers: Walon Green (screenplay), Sam Peckinpah (screenplay) | 2 more credits
The World (2004) ::: 7.1/10 -- Shijie (original title) -- The World Poster An exploration on the impact of urbanization and globalization on a traditional culture. Director: Zhangke Jia Writer: Zhangke Jia Stars:
Would I Lie to You? (1997) ::: 6.4/10 -- La vrit si je mens! (original title) -- Would I Lie to You? Poster -- The sentimental and comedic adventures of Eddie, a non-Jew trying to pass as Jewish though totally ignorant of Jewish traditions, as he works in a Jewish community. Director: Thomas Gilou Writers:
Z-O-M-B-I-E-S (2018) ::: 6.3/10 -- TV-G | 1h 34min | Family, Musical, Romance | TV Movie 16 February 2018 -- Featurette 2:08 | Featurette -- Students from Zombietown are transferred to a high school in a suburban town preoccupied with uniformity, traditions and pep rallies. Director: Paul Hoen Writers: David Light, Joseph Raso | 2 more credits
3-gatsu no Lion -- -- Shaft -- 22 eps -- Manga -- Drama Game Seinen Slice of Life -- 3-gatsu no Lion 3-gatsu no Lion -- Having reached professional status in middle school, Rei Kiriyama is one of the few elite in the world of shogi. Due to this, he faces an enormous amount of pressure, both from the shogi community and his adoptive family. Seeking independence from his tense home life, he moves into an apartment in Tokyo. As a 17-year-old living on his own, Rei tends to take poor care of himself, and his reclusive personality ostracizes him from his peers in school and at the shogi hall. -- -- However, not long after his arrival in Tokyo, Rei meets Akari, Hinata, and Momo Kawamoto, a trio of sisters living with their grandfather who owns a traditional wagashi shop. Akari, the oldest of the three girls, is determined to combat Rei's loneliness and poorly sustained lifestyle with motherly hospitality. The Kawamoto sisters, coping with past tragedies, also share with Rei a unique familial bond that he has lacked for most of his life. As he struggles to maintain himself physically and mentally through his shogi career, Rei must learn how to interact with others and understand his own complex emotions. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America -- 492,391 8.42
Aachi wa Ssipak -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Comedy -- Aachi wa Ssipak Aachi wa Ssipak -- After the world ran out of all traditional energy sources, only one remained—human excrement. To encourage citizens to produce as much waste as possible, the government implants a chip in the anus at birth, which provides citizens with "juicybars" every time it detects defecation. Juicybars are highly addictive narcotics that sometimes transform their users into mutant blue dwarfs with extreme constipation. These mutant addicts make up the "Diaper Gang," those who live underground and are focused on trying to obtain juicybars. -- -- Aachi and Ssipak are two small-time crooks who steal and sell juicybars to make it on the streets. When they meet a beautiful woman who has the anal chips of every Diaper Gang member implanted in her, producing dozens of juicybars with every dump, Aachi and Ssipak strike it rich. However, with both the government and the Diaper Gang on their tails, the two struggle to protect their newfound riches. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Flatiron Film Company -- Movie - Jun 28, 2006 -- 8,637 6.66
Agitated Screams of Maggots -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia Music Horror -- Agitated Screams of Maggots Agitated Screams of Maggots -- "Agitated Screams of Maggots" was directed by Keita Kurosaka and released in 2006 with the single, "Agitated Screams of Maggots", made by Japanese rock band, DIR EN GREY. ASOM has a traditional drawing design with erotic and grotesque aspects. The video had also received some attention from it's art style and was shown at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2007. -- Music - Nov ??, 2006 -- 5,659 4.19
Asu no Yoichi! -- -- AIC -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Harem Comedy Romance Ecchi Martial Arts Shounen -- Asu no Yoichi! Asu no Yoichi! -- Yoichi Karasuma has spent all of his life in the mountains, training in the Soaring Wind, Divine Wind swordsmanship style. Under his father’s guidance, he is able to master the technique at the age of 17. With nothing left to learn, Yoichi is sent to a new dojo located in the city so he can continue to train and gain an understanding of modern society. -- -- Unfortunately, Yoichi has no idea how to act or speak to anyone in the present day and acts like a samurai, complete with odd speech and traditional clothing. As he goes to live with the Ikaruga sisters at the dojo, Yoichi, clueless on how to interact with others, is constantly hurtled in hilarious misunderstandings. Asu no Yoichi! follows Yoichi as he stumbles through his new life and tries to learn how to live in the modern world with his new family. -- -- 178,864 6.77
Binzume Yousei -- -- Xebec -- 13 eps -- Original -- Comedy Fantasy Magic Slice of Life -- Binzume Yousei Binzume Yousei -- Set in the year 2004, Binzume Yousei is a slice-of-life fairy tale that revolves around four fairies, each represented by four unique colors as seen with their magical bottle jars. These fairies are the extremely peppy Kururu, the reserved and feminine Chiriri, the samurai-loving tomboy Sarara, and the quiet yet quirky Hororo. -- -- Fascinated by the human world, these fairies arrived from the fairy world in hopes of participating in the annual traditions and overall way of human life. However, they have a very limited understanding of the human world. Luckily, they are befriended and guided by two humans—"Sensei-san," a university student who they live with, and a first-grade girl they call "Tama-chan," who is sometimes as naive as the fairies themselves. -- -- Though these bottle fairies have strange ideas and sometimes have difficulty understanding this new world, they try to make the most of the human experience in their own cute little ways. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Geneon Entertainment USA -- TV - Oct 3, 2003 -- 16,654 6.44
Dagashi Kashi -- -- feel. -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Shounen Slice of Life -- Dagashi Kashi Dagashi Kashi -- Out in the countryside stands a sweet shop run by the Shikada family for nine generations: Shikada Dagashi, a small business selling traditional Japanese candy. However, despite his father's pleas, Kokonotsu Shikada, an aspiring manga artist, adamantly refuses to inherit the family business. -- -- However, this may start to change with the arrival of the eccentric Hotaru Shidare. Hotaru is in search of Kokonotsu's father, with the goal of bringing him back to work for her family's company, Shidare Corporation, a world famous sweets manufacturer. Although the senior Shikada initially refuses, he states that he will change his mind on one condition: if Hotaru can convince Kokonotsu to take over the family shop. And so begins Hotaru's mission to enlighten the boy on the true joy of delicious and nostalgic dagashi! -- -- 351,768 6.62
Dagashi Kashi -- -- feel. -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Shounen Slice of Life -- Dagashi Kashi Dagashi Kashi -- Out in the countryside stands a sweet shop run by the Shikada family for nine generations: Shikada Dagashi, a small business selling traditional Japanese candy. However, despite his father's pleas, Kokonotsu Shikada, an aspiring manga artist, adamantly refuses to inherit the family business. -- -- However, this may start to change with the arrival of the eccentric Hotaru Shidare. Hotaru is in search of Kokonotsu's father, with the goal of bringing him back to work for her family's company, Shidare Corporation, a world famous sweets manufacturer. Although the senior Shikada initially refuses, he states that he will change his mind on one condition: if Hotaru can convince Kokonotsu to take over the family shop. And so begins Hotaru's mission to enlighten the boy on the true joy of delicious and nostalgic dagashi! -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 351,768 6.62
Dorohedoro: Ma no Omake -- -- MAPPA -- 6 eps -- Manga -- Action Comedy Horror Fantasy Seinen -- Dorohedoro: Ma no Omake Dorohedoro: Ma no Omake -- Dorohedoro: Ma no Omake further explores the world of sorcerers and the Hole, honing in on what the characters do in their spare time when they are not seeking out their enemies. -- -- Kamen Kakusa -- Fujita attends a mask conjuring ritual in hopes of a Devil bestowing him with an appropriate mask, like the ones his colleagues Noi and Shin possess. Hopefully his offering entices the mask-maker! -- -- Tenpo For You -- Nikaidou, lacking money and forced to sell gyoza on the streets of the Hole, stumbles upon a quaint shop selling tea and sweets. Its owner is the gentle and hospitable Syueron, but it seems the denizens of the Hole bear a grudge against him. -- -- Shitappa Seishun Graffiti -- Intrigued by the photographs hanging around the mansion, Ebisu approaches En hoping for a portrait of her own. However, she is disappointed to find that only members of the En Family can have their pictures taken. -- -- Anata no Shiranai Gyoza no Kai -- The Gyoza Fairy keeps the Hungry Bug in pristine condition, but his primary responsibility is ensuring the gyoza tastes good. So he becomes rather agitated when Nikaidou's customers do not properly enjoy their meals. -- -- Odoru Ma no Utage -- En is enthusiastic about his masquerade ball and is adamant on his family's participation. Per tradition, attendees must choose a partner and dance to appease the Devils. To their horror, they discover that failing to do so may incur nasty consequences! -- -- Yokaze ni Fukarete Ooba Kinenbi -- Nikaidou gives detailed instructions on preparing oba gyoza and Kaiman is eager to help! -- -- Special - Jun 17, 2020 -- 29,004 7.11
Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma -- -- Studio Pierrot -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Historical Drama Romance Seinen -- Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma -- Emma has been a maid for most of her life. Working for a retired governess—the strict but compassionate Kelly Stownar—Emma has grown to love her work and has long since accepted her place in society. Beautiful, hardworking, and exceptionally kind, Emma has captured the hearts of many of London's working men—but their feelings always remain unrequited. Emma is waiting for love, and she finds it in the most unlikely of places. -- -- William is the eldest son of the wealthy Jones household—a family that has only recently been accepted into the gentry, securing their position in high society. He is also the former ward of Mrs. Stownar, and on his first visit in years, he falls madly in love with her maid. His earnest attempts to win her affection, coupled with his good nature and warm personality, have captured Emma's heart. -- -- But the polite society of 19th century England does not take kindly to the rejection of tradition. As a result, Emma and William's relationship could not face more opposition. In a world where the class lines are as strongly defended as the borders of nations, does their love have the strength to survive? -- -- -- Licensor: -- Nozomi Entertainment -- 44,536 7.66
Flying Witch -- -- J.C.Staff -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Supernatural Magic Shounen -- Flying Witch Flying Witch -- In the witches' tradition, when a practitioner turns 15, they must become independent and leave their home to study witchcraft. Makoto Kowata is one such apprentice witch who leaves her parents' home in Yokohama in pursuit of knowledge and training. Along with her companion Chito, a black cat familiar, they embark on a journey to Aomori, a region favored by witches due to its abundance of nature and affinity with magic. They begin their new life by living with Makoto's second cousins, Kei Kuramoto and his little sister Chinatsu. -- -- While Makoto may seem to be attending high school like any other teenager, her whimsical and eccentric involvement with witchcraft sets her apart from others her age. From her encounter with an anthropomorphic dog fortune teller to the peculiar magic training she receives from her older sister Akane, Makoto's peaceful everyday life is filled with the idiosyncrasies of witchcraft that she shares with her friends and family. -- -- 217,847 7.53
Flying Witch -- -- J.C.Staff -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Supernatural Magic Shounen -- Flying Witch Flying Witch -- In the witches' tradition, when a practitioner turns 15, they must become independent and leave their home to study witchcraft. Makoto Kowata is one such apprentice witch who leaves her parents' home in Yokohama in pursuit of knowledge and training. Along with her companion Chito, a black cat familiar, they embark on a journey to Aomori, a region favored by witches due to its abundance of nature and affinity with magic. They begin their new life by living with Makoto's second cousins, Kei Kuramoto and his little sister Chinatsu. -- -- While Makoto may seem to be attending high school like any other teenager, her whimsical and eccentric involvement with witchcraft sets her apart from others her age. From her encounter with an anthropomorphic dog fortune teller to the peculiar magic training she receives from her older sister Akane, Makoto's peaceful everyday life is filled with the idiosyncrasies of witchcraft that she shares with her friends and family. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 217,847 7.53
Furusato Saisei: Nippon no Mukashibanashi -- -- Tomason -- 258 eps -- Other -- Historical Kids Supernatural -- Furusato Saisei: Nippon no Mukashibanashi Furusato Saisei: Nippon no Mukashibanashi -- Like in any culture, Japanese kids grow up listening to the stories repeatedly told by their parents and grandparents. The boy born from a peach; the princess from the moon who is discovered inside a bamboo; the old man who can make a dead cherry tree blossom, etc. These short stories that teach kids to see both the dark and bright sides of life have passed traditional moral values from generation to generation. -- -- Each half-hour episode of Folktales from Japan consists of three self-contained stories, well-known and unknown, with a special focus on heartwarming stories that originate from Tohoku, the northern region heavily touched by the earthquake of 2011. May this program help cheer up earthquake victims and cast a light of hope for them? -- -- (Source: Crunchyroll) -- 9,749 6.98
Futon -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Music Dementia -- Futon Futon -- A futon, a traditional Japanese mattress, as seen by Yoriko Mizushiri, becomes the vehicle of dream fantasies combining the most pleasant sensations such as the morning coffee, the warmth of bedding and a soft rice carpet under one’s feet. Lazy stretching serves as a start of sensuous, sleepy gymnastics. With a fluid movement, the passive body will turn once again from the left to the right of the mattress to dive into the fantasies of even deeper unconsciousness a little while later. -- -- (Source: Krakow Film Festival) -- Movie - ??? ??, 2012 -- 708 5.18
Ginga Tetsudou Monogatari -- -- Planet -- 26 eps -- Original -- Action Adventure Drama Sci-Fi Space -- Ginga Tetsudou Monogatari Ginga Tetsudou Monogatari -- In the distant future, trains are no longer bound by their physical tracks. Instead, they take to the skies and travel across the universe on the Galaxy Railways, transporting mankind from planet to planet. However, the Galaxy Railways are no safer than traditional trains: criminals, terrorists, and vile aliens always find a way to stir up trouble. -- -- Manabu Yuuki, a rash and hot-headed man, is the latest addition to the Galaxy Railways' elite Space Defence Force (SDF). These brave men and women are responsible for protecting the railways and responding to any unprecedented danger, risking their lives to protect the innocent from evil. But as this drama unfolds and the SDF's greatest crisis draws nearer, Manabu must truly learn what it means to be a member of the SDF before it is too late. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- TV - Oct 4, 2003 -- 9,901 7.15
Girls & Panzer -- -- Actas -- 12 eps -- Original -- Action Sports Military School -- Girls & Panzer Girls & Panzer -- "Senshadou" is a traditional sport using World War II era tanks in elimination-based matches. Widely practiced by women and girls alike, it's advertised as a form of art geared towards making ladies more prominent in culture and appealing to men. Becoming a worldwide phenomenon over time, the influence of senshadou leads to the creation of a world championship which will soon be held in Japan. -- -- Miho Nishizumi, who comes from a lineage of well-respected senshadou specialists, is at odds with the sport after a traumatic event led to her retirement and eventually a rift to form between her and her family. To steer clear of the practice as much as possible, she transfers to Ooarai Girls High School where the senshadou program has been abolished. However, with the news of the upcoming championships, the school revives their tankery program, and Miho is pushed into joining. -- -- Now, with the aid of some new friends, she must overcome her past and once again take command of a squadron of tanks in an effort to save her school from closure, all while proving to her family that the Nishizumi-style of senshadou is not solely about victory. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 233,999 7.54
Go! Go! 575 -- -- C2C, Lay-duce -- 4 eps -- Game -- Slice of Life -- Go! Go! 575 Go! Go! 575 -- Go! Go! 575 adapts the Project 575 games for PlayStation Vita and iOS, which allow anyone to create songs using the traditional Japanese 5-7-5-syllable meter found in haiku and tanka poems. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- TV - Jan 10, 2014 -- 10,389 5.65
Gundam Evolve -- -- Sunrise -- 15 eps -- Original -- Action Military Space Mecha -- Gundam Evolve Gundam Evolve -- A series of short films packaged with certain model kits and aired at conventions, the Gundam Evolve series chronicles a number of side-stories, alternative scenes, and even bonus omake from all around the Gundam canon. Featuring a mix of animation media—from traditional cels to 3-D CG rendering to even cel-shaded 2-D animation—these often 3-5 minute shorts cover such events as Domon Kasshu's training (and a bit of a romantic tift with Rain Mikamura) from G Gundam, Amuro Ray battling Quess Paraya from Char's Counterattack, Kamille Bidan training in the Gundam Mk.II from Zeta Gundam, and Canard Pars dueling Prayer Reverie from the Gundam SEED X Astray manga. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Nozomi Entertainment -- OVA - ??? ??, 2001 -- 9,319 6.61
Heart no Kuni no Alice: Wonderful Wonder World -- -- Asahi Production -- 1 ep -- Visual novel -- Fantasy Harem Romance Shoujo -- Heart no Kuni no Alice: Wonderful Wonder World Heart no Kuni no Alice: Wonderful Wonder World -- The girly but bloody otome game re-imagining of Lewis Carroll's classic fantasy novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland with bishounen characters and added romance. -- -- A parody of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland where Alice is smart and non-doormatlike. -- -- In this story, Alice is not all what she seems. She is practical, strong, yet darkly cynical. Instead of the tradition story, Alice is kidnapped unwillingly by a mysterious (yet somewhat bishie-looking) man with bunny ears into a place call Heartland. Stuck in Heartland due to a trick by the mysterious bunny eared man, she meets the residents of this world. Along the way, Alice meets Blood, handsome mafia leader; Ace, the psycho yet charming knight and more... What should Alice do in such a world!? -- -- (Source: MU) -- Movie - Jul 30, 2011 -- 28,342 6.07
Heavy Object -- -- J.C.Staff, SANZIGEN -- 24 eps -- Light novel -- Action Military Sci-Fi Mecha -- Heavy Object Heavy Object -- In the distant future, the nature of war has changed. "Objects"—massive, spherical tanks impermeable to standard weaponry and armed with destructive firepower—rule the battlefield; their very deployment ensures victory, rendering traditional armies useless. However, this new method of warfare is about to be turned on its head. -- -- Qwenthur Barbotage, a student studying Object Design, and Havia Winchell, a radar analyst of noble birth, serve in the Legitimate Kingdom's 37th Mobile Maintenance Battalion, tasked with supporting the Baby Magnum, one of the nation's Objects. Unfortunately, a battle gone awry places the duo in a precarious situation: mere infantry stand face-to-face against the unfathomable might of an enemy Object. As they scramble to save themselves and their fellow soldiers, a glimmer of hope shines through, and the world's perception of Objects is changed forever. -- -- Heavy Object follows these two soldiers alongside Milinda Brantini, the Baby Magnum's pilot, and their commanding officer Frolaytia Capistrano as the unit treks all over the globe to fight battle after battle. Facing one impossible situation after another, they must summon all their wit and courage to overcome the insurmountable foes that are Objects. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 131,484 7.28
Hengen Taima Yakou Karura Mau! Nara Onryou Emaki -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Adventure Demons Fantasy Horror Shoujo Supernatural -- Hengen Taima Yakou Karura Mau! Nara Onryou Emaki Hengen Taima Yakou Karura Mau! Nara Onryou Emaki -- Shoko and Maiko Ougi are apparently two ordinary schoolgirls in pursuit of graduating and having fun. Shii-chan is the more serious while Mai-chan is more fun-loving. In reality, the two sisters are powerful exorcists from the Karura temple. Each wields half the power...Shii-chan can "see" the spirits, and Mai-chan can banish them. This is the movie adaptation of a spooky series with heavy emphasis on traditionally Japanese occult themes. -- -- (Source: AnimeNfo's Karura Mau OVA description; modified) -- Movie - Apr 8, 1989 -- 1,245 5.79
Hengen Taima Yakou Karura Mau! Sendai Kokeshi Enka -- -- - -- 6 eps -- Manga -- Horror Shoujo -- Hengen Taima Yakou Karura Mau! Sendai Kokeshi Enka Hengen Taima Yakou Karura Mau! Sendai Kokeshi Enka -- Shoko and Maiko Ougi are apparently two ordinary schoolgirls in pursuit of graduating and having fun. Shii-chan is the more serious while Mai-chan is more fun-loving. In reality, the two sisters are powerful exorcists from the Karura temple. Each wields half the power... Shii-chan can "see" the spirits, and Mai-chan can banish them. This is a spooky series with heavy emphasis on traditionally Japanese occult themes. -- -- (Source: AnimeNfo) -- OVA - Sep 14, 1990 -- 721 6.19
Hustle!! Tokitama-kun -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia -- Hustle!! Tokitama-kun Hustle!! Tokitama-kun -- Director's description: "I want to show you a world that you have never seen." I think this is something that all computer graphics producers strive for. What to create?! How do you create it with computer graphics? The skill of drawing does not change that much when performed on a computer instead of paper. This work is a mixture of traditional cel-based animation, 3-D animation and 2-D computer graphics techniques, each with its own history and production standards. My theme for this production was "The Transformation of Time and Space." I used ToonShader and hand drawn animation to achieve the desired effect. I think that I have succeeded in creating a world that you have never seen. -- -- (Source: -- Special - ??? ??, 1998 -- 644 4.33
Isekai Shokudou -- -- SILVER LINK. -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Comedy Fantasy Mystery -- Isekai Shokudou Isekai Shokudou -- Western Restaurant Nekoya is a popular eatery located on a street corner in a Tokyo shopping district. Serving both traditional Japanese fare as well as Western dishes, this eating establishment is popular among Tokyo's residents. But this seemingly ordinary restaurant is also popular with another type of clientele... -- -- While the restaurant is thought to be closed on Saturdays, the truth is that on this special day each week, its doors are instead opened to the inhabitants of other worlds. From dragons and elves to fairies and mages, this restaurant has no shortage of strange customers. Nevertheless, the enigmatic chef known only as "Master" will be waiting to serve up their favorite dishes with a kind smile and keep them coming back for many more Saturdays to come. -- -- 156,380 7.34
Isekai Shokudou -- -- SILVER LINK. -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Comedy Fantasy Mystery -- Isekai Shokudou Isekai Shokudou -- Western Restaurant Nekoya is a popular eatery located on a street corner in a Tokyo shopping district. Serving both traditional Japanese fare as well as Western dishes, this eating establishment is popular among Tokyo's residents. But this seemingly ordinary restaurant is also popular with another type of clientele... -- -- While the restaurant is thought to be closed on Saturdays, the truth is that on this special day each week, its doors are instead opened to the inhabitants of other worlds. From dragons and elves to fairies and mages, this restaurant has no shortage of strange customers. Nevertheless, the enigmatic chef known only as "Master" will be waiting to serve up their favorite dishes with a kind smile and keep them coming back for many more Saturdays to come. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 156,380 7.34
Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi Picture Drama -- -- Zexcs -- 6 eps -- Light novel -- Comedy Ecchi Romance Shounen Supernatural Vampire -- Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi Picture Drama Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi Picture Drama -- Picture Dramas from the Blu-ray disks. -- -- Episodes: -- 1 - Let's Just Do It Radio! -- 2 - Each One's Breakfast -- 3 - Himea's Guitar Lesson -- 4 - Each One's Bath Time -- 5 - Traditional Feeling -- 6 - Izumi-chan's What If Series -- Special - Sep 30, 2011 -- 6,115 6.15
Kemonozume -- -- Madhouse -- 13 eps -- Original -- Action Demons Horror Romance Supernatural -- Kemonozume Kemonozume -- Creatures known as Shokujinki have been secretly living alongside humans for hundreds of years. Though they may look like humans, Shokujinki are able to transform into uncontrollable beasts with gigantic claws and consume humans to survive. The equally secretive Kifuuken dojo specializes in killing Shokujinki by cutting off their arms, and is the only force preventing unchecked Shokujinki domination. -- -- Toshihiko Momota, the son of the leader of the Kifuuken, is instantly charmed by a mysterious woman named Yuka Kamitsuki. Their relationship is complicated, however, because unbeknownst to them both, Yuka is a Shokujinki and Toshihiko is sworn to kill her. Meanwhile, the Kifuuken is having a crisis of confidence as Toshihiko's brother Kazuma pushes against tradition and tries to modernize the Kifuuken. As emotions are strained and the secrets of both the past and present are revealed, who will live, and who will be eaten? -- -- 61,064 7.39
Konohana Kitan -- -- Lerche -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Fantasy Seinen Shoujo Ai -- Konohana Kitan Konohana Kitan -- In a bustling village of spirits, Yuzu, a cheerful fox girl, starts her first job as an attendant at the traditional hot springs inn Konohanatei. Though Yuzu has no experience working at such a high-class establishment, Kiri, the affable and reliable head attendant, immediately puts her to work learning the basics. -- -- While Yuzu's eagerness initially proves to be more of a hindrance than a blessing, her playful nature brings a unique charm to the inn, as both customers and her fellow workers quickly warm up to her clumsy yet well-meaning mistakes. Under the guidance of the other foxes—the rigid Satsuki, the carefree Natsume, the critical Ren, and the quiet Sakura—Yuzu steadily learns the trade of an inn attendant while learning to love the magical world surrounding her. -- -- Konohana Kitan presents the heartwarming tale of a simple fox girl forging bonds with others and finding a home amidst the mysterious, beautiful world of spirits. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 112,579 7.54
Kono Oto Tomare! 2nd Season -- -- Platinum Vision -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Drama Music Romance School Shounen -- Kono Oto Tomare! 2nd Season Kono Oto Tomare! 2nd Season -- The Tokise High School Koto Club has courageously pushed through their fractured and unsynchronized performance at the Kanto Region Traditional Japanese Music Festival. Clubmembers Chika Kudou, Satowa Houzuki, Takezou Kurata, Hiro Kurusu, Kouta Mizuhara, Saneyasu Adachi, and Michitaka Sakai are devastated to learn the negative results of their performance, leaving them crushed. Nonetheless, the group recognizes their potential and enthusiastically agree to collectively sharpen their skills, improve their flaws, and develop higher caliber playing to succeed in the upcoming national qualifiers in winter. -- -- With the help of their now willing club advisor Suzuka Takinami, the group's goal gradually becomes achievable as they begin to grasp the foundations of good music and refine their koto-playing abilities, with the suggestion of performing more often to gain what they lack most—experience. -- -- However, as their journey to nationals is underway, the koto club members face challenges that obstruct their focus and progress. Not only does the threat of other powerhouse schools and musicians remain, but the high school issues of budding romance and soon-to-be-graduating seniors also begin to push the limits of the determined group of teenagers and the future of the koto club. -- -- 90,539 8.42
Kono Oto Tomare! -- -- Platinum Vision -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Drama Music Romance School Shounen -- Kono Oto Tomare! Kono Oto Tomare! -- Gen Kudou, a koto maker, believes that his delinquent grandson Chika would never understand the profoundness of the traditional musical instrument. In an attempt to make up for his naivety and understand the words of his late grandfather, Chika tries to join the Tokise High School Koto Club. -- -- Even though the club is in dire need of members, new club president Takezou Kurata is unwilling to easily accept Chika's application due to his bad reputation. Nonetheless, after seeing Chika's seriousness and enthusiasm, Takezou allows the problem child to join, along with koto prodigy Satowa Houzuki and three of Chika's energetic friends. Kono Oto Tomare! follows the merry band of musicians as they aspire to play at the national competition. -- -- 157,320 7.87
Kono Oto Tomare! -- -- Platinum Vision -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Drama Music Romance School Shounen -- Kono Oto Tomare! Kono Oto Tomare! -- Gen Kudou, a koto maker, believes that his delinquent grandson Chika would never understand the profoundness of the traditional musical instrument. In an attempt to make up for his naivety and understand the words of his late grandfather, Chika tries to join the Tokise High School Koto Club. -- -- Even though the club is in dire need of members, new club president Takezou Kurata is unwilling to easily accept Chika's application due to his bad reputation. Nonetheless, after seeing Chika's seriousness and enthusiasm, Takezou allows the problem child to join, along with koto prodigy Satowa Houzuki and three of Chika's energetic friends. Kono Oto Tomare! follows the merry band of musicians as they aspire to play at the national competition. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 157,320 7.87
Lucky☆Star -- -- Kyoto Animation -- 24 eps -- 4-koma manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Parody School -- Lucky☆Star Lucky☆Star -- Lucky☆Star follows the daily lives of four cute high school girls—Konata Izumi, the lazy otaku; the Hiiragi twins, Tsukasa and Kagami (sugar and spice, respectively); and the smart and well-mannered Miyuki Takara. -- -- As they go about their lives at school and beyond, they develop their eccentric and lively friendship and making humorous observations about the world around them. Be it Japanese tradition, the intricacies of otaku culture, academics, or the correct way of preparing and eating various foods—no subject is safe from their musings. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Entertainment, Funimation, Kadokawa Pictures USA -- 545,239 7.76
Maburaho -- -- J.C.Staff -- 24 eps -- Light novel -- Comedy Drama Ecchi Harem Magic Romance School -- Maburaho Maburaho -- In the world of Maburaho, everyone is born with the ability to use magic and are thus labeled magicians. However, the magical ability of each person is not equal. The number of times you can use magic determines the amount of respect you receive, and since one’s magical power is determined at birth by traits and genetics, those who have a bloodline stemming from famous magicians are highly sought after. -- -- Having the lowest magic count in Aoi Academy, Kazuki Shikimori is looked down upon by his classmates and seen as a nearly worthless magician. However, his bloodline consists of many great magicians throughout the ages, meaning that while he may not be a great magician, his offspring could be. This leads to him being sought after by three different young women: Yuna Miyama, a transfer student who declares herself his wife upon arrival, Rin Kamishiro, a prideful swordswoman of a traditional family who wants to kill him so she will be free to pursue her own desires, and Kuriko Kazetsubaki, a member of an influential family who bluntly tries to seduce him for his genes. -- -- Now he has to deal with not only the jealousy of all the guys in his school, but also various women chasing after him! -- 86,894 6.79
Made in Abyss 2 -- -- - -- ? eps -- Web manga -- Sci-Fi Adventure Mystery Drama Fantasy -- Made in Abyss 2 Made in Abyss 2 -- Directly after the events of Made in Abyss Movie 3: Dawn of the Deep Soul, the third installment of Made in Abyss covers the adventure of Reg, Riko, and Nanachi in the Sixth Layer, The Capital of the Unreturned. -- - - ??? ??, ???? -- 87,566 N/AMaburaho -- -- J.C.Staff -- 24 eps -- Light novel -- Comedy Drama Ecchi Harem Magic Romance School -- Maburaho Maburaho -- In the world of Maburaho, everyone is born with the ability to use magic and are thus labeled magicians. However, the magical ability of each person is not equal. The number of times you can use magic determines the amount of respect you receive, and since one’s magical power is determined at birth by traits and genetics, those who have a bloodline stemming from famous magicians are highly sought after. -- -- Having the lowest magic count in Aoi Academy, Kazuki Shikimori is looked down upon by his classmates and seen as a nearly worthless magician. However, his bloodline consists of many great magicians throughout the ages, meaning that while he may not be a great magician, his offspring could be. This leads to him being sought after by three different young women: Yuna Miyama, a transfer student who declares herself his wife upon arrival, Rin Kamishiro, a prideful swordswoman of a traditional family who wants to kill him so she will be free to pursue her own desires, and Kuriko Kazetsubaki, a member of an influential family who bluntly tries to seduce him for his genes. -- -- Now he has to deal with not only the jealousy of all the guys in his school, but also various women chasing after him! -- 86,894 6.79
Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! -- -- Lerche -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Harem Comedy Super Power Romance Ecchi Martial Arts School -- Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! -- The samurai are a very important part of Japan's history, and to be related to them in any way is probably one of the most inspiring things that a young high school student could hope for. -- -- Kawakami City is well-known for having many samurai ancestors among its citizens, and is generally surrounded by an atmosphere of fighting spirit, loyalty, and dedication to work. In Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai!, the students of Kawakami Academy use this knowledge on a daily basis, whether they are studying for exams, competing in sports competitions, or making sure that they take very good care of their traditions. Yamato Naoe is one such student, and his six closest friends (three boys and three girls) make up the perfect team for friendship, rivalry, and motivation. However, even samurai have weaknesses. -- -- Although the balance and long friendship of their group has been undisturbed for a long time, when two new girls enter the group, things start to get a lot more interesting. Not only must they maintain what they think is the samurai tradition, but they must now also do it with a lot of "distractions." -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 238,653 6.75
Majo no Takkyuubin -- -- Studio Ghibli -- 1 ep -- Novel -- Adventure Comedy Drama Magic Romance Fantasy -- Majo no Takkyuubin Majo no Takkyuubin -- Kiki, a 13-year-old witch-in-training, must spend a year living on her own in a distant town in order to become a full-fledged witch. Leaving her family and friends, Kiki undertakes this tradition when she flies out into the open world atop her broomstick with her black cat Jiji. -- -- As she settles down in the coastal town of Koriko, Kiki struggles to adapt and ends up wandering the streets with no place to stay—until she encounters Osono, who offers Kiki boarding in exchange for making deliveries for her small bakery. Before long, Kiki decides to open her own courier service by broomstick, beginning her journey to independence. In attempting to find her place among the townsfolk, Kiki brings with her exciting new experiences and comes to understand the true meaning of responsibility. -- -- -- Licensor: -- GKIDS, Walt Disney Studios -- Movie - Jul 29, 1989 -- 400,205 8.23
Majo no Takkyuubin -- -- Studio Ghibli -- 1 ep -- Novel -- Adventure Comedy Drama Magic Romance Fantasy -- Majo no Takkyuubin Majo no Takkyuubin -- Kiki, a 13-year-old witch-in-training, must spend a year living on her own in a distant town in order to become a full-fledged witch. Leaving her family and friends, Kiki undertakes this tradition when she flies out into the open world atop her broomstick with her black cat Jiji. -- -- As she settles down in the coastal town of Koriko, Kiki struggles to adapt and ends up wandering the streets with no place to stay—until she encounters Osono, who offers Kiki boarding in exchange for making deliveries for her small bakery. Before long, Kiki decides to open her own courier service by broomstick, beginning her journey to independence. In attempting to find her place among the townsfolk, Kiki brings with her exciting new experiences and comes to understand the true meaning of responsibility. -- -- Movie - Jul 29, 1989 -- 400,205 8.23
Mashiro no Oto -- -- Shin-Ei Animation -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Music Slice of Life Drama School Shounen -- Mashiro no Oto Mashiro no Oto -- Shamisen is a traditional Japanese musical instrument that looks similar to a guitar. Teenager Sawamura Setsu's grandfather who raised him and his older brother Wakana, recently passed away. His grandfather was one of the greatest Shamisen players and the two siblings grew up listening to him play and learning to play the instrument. -- -- Since their grandfather's death, Setsu dropped out of high school, moved to Tokyo and has been drifting, not knowing what to do besides play his Shamisen. That's when his successful and rich mother, Umeko, storms into his life and tries to shape Setsu up. She enrolls him back into high school, but little does Setsu know that he is about to rediscover his passion for Shamisen. -- -- (Source: MU, edited) -- 50,579 7.72
Mouse -- -- Production Reed, Studio Deen, Studio Hibari -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Harem Comedy Ecchi Shounen -- Mouse Mouse -- Teacher Sorata Muon carries on his family's centuries-old old tradition of being the master thief Mouse who can steal anything after properly alerting authorities of his intentions so they can be there yet fail to stop him. He is assisted by 3 nubile female assistants who also use the teaching cover and who, in typical Satoru Akahori, favor tight/skimpy/bondage outfits over their ample curves as they constantly pursue Sorata much more than he pursues them, although the girls do get some attention from their master. Not only is Mouse pursued by the girls & the local law enforcement authorities, there is also a secret art protection society employing the services of a former ally of Sorata's after his pretty little hide, all in 15 minute episodes. -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters -- TV - Jan 6, 2003 -- 17,111 6.02
Mouse -- -- Production Reed, Studio Deen, Studio Hibari -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Harem Comedy Ecchi Shounen -- Mouse Mouse -- Teacher Sorata Muon carries on his family's centuries-old old tradition of being the master thief Mouse who can steal anything after properly alerting authorities of his intentions so they can be there yet fail to stop him. He is assisted by 3 nubile female assistants who also use the teaching cover and who, in typical Satoru Akahori, favor tight/skimpy/bondage outfits over their ample curves as they constantly pursue Sorata much more than he pursues them, although the girls do get some attention from their master. Not only is Mouse pursued by the girls & the local law enforcement authorities, there is also a secret art protection society employing the services of a former ally of Sorata's after his pretty little hide, all in 15 minute episodes. -- TV - Jan 6, 2003 -- 17,111 6.02
Ookamikakushi -- -- AIC -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Action Mystery Horror Supernatural -- Ookamikakushi Ookamikakushi -- The story follows Hiroshi Kuzumi, a 16-year-old student who has just moved to the seemingly serene village of Jogamachi. Nestled in the mountains far away from the city, the village is divided by a river that separates old Jogamachi from new Jogamachi. Young Hiroshi soon discovers that the village is ancient as well as mysterious traditions and customs have been kept alive over the ages. Although a bit bewildered by the new environment, Hiroshi begins to settle into his new life. While he has never been the type to win any popularity contests, he quickly earns the affection of his classmates. That is with the exception of aloof class president, Nemuru Kushinada, whose only words to Hiroshi are a warning to stay away from old part of town. It is there that terror and mystery await him. -- 66,933 6.34
Ookamikakushi -- -- AIC -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Action Mystery Horror Supernatural -- Ookamikakushi Ookamikakushi -- The story follows Hiroshi Kuzumi, a 16-year-old student who has just moved to the seemingly serene village of Jogamachi. Nestled in the mountains far away from the city, the village is divided by a river that separates old Jogamachi from new Jogamachi. Young Hiroshi soon discovers that the village is ancient as well as mysterious traditions and customs have been kept alive over the ages. Although a bit bewildered by the new environment, Hiroshi begins to settle into his new life. While he has never been the type to win any popularity contests, he quickly earns the affection of his classmates. That is with the exception of aloof class president, Nemuru Kushinada, whose only words to Hiroshi are a warning to stay away from old part of town. It is there that terror and mystery await him. -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 66,933 6.34
Princess Princess -- -- Studio Deen -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama School Shoujo -- Princess Princess Princess Princess -- Tooru Kouno's attractive appearance draws unexpected attention on his first day at an all-boys school. Having to transfer to a school without girls has been bad enough, but adding to his list of frustrations are boys staring at him all day long. However, he hopes that there may be girls around, since he ran into a lovely pink-haired girl on campus earlier that day. -- -- After being escorted to his dorm by his classmate, Yuujirou Shihoudani, he meets a student named Mikoto Yutaka, who looks eerily similar to the girl he saw previously. To his shock, he realizes Mikoto is the girl and confronts him about this revelation. Yuujirou divulges that he and Mikoto crossdress as part of their job: a school tradition in which attractive first years are chosen as idols called "Princesses" in order to boost the morale of the students—and because of his looks, Tooru has been chosen by the student council as their third Princess! -- -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters -- 56,246 7.01
Rakuen Tsuihou -- -- Graphinica -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Sci-Fi Mecha -- Rakuen Tsuihou Rakuen Tsuihou -- In a future where a massive disaster has devastated Earth, most of humanity has abandoned their physical bodies and relocated in digital form to DEVA, an advanced space station orbiting the ravaged planet. Free from the limitations of traditional existence, such as death and hunger, the inhabitants of this virtual reality reside in relative peace until Frontier Setter, a skilled hacker, infiltrates the system and spreads subversive messages to the populace. -- -- Labeled a threat to security by authorities, Frontier Setter is pursued by Angela Balzac, a dedicated member of DEVA's law enforcement. When the hacker's signal is traced to Earth, Angela takes on physical form, transferring her consciousness to a clone body and traveling to the world below in order to deal with the menace. On Earth, she is assisted by Dingo, a charismatic agent, and during her journey to uncover the mystery behind Frontier Setter, she gradually discovers startling realities about the wasteland some of humanity still refers to as home, as well as the paradise above. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America -- Movie - Nov 15, 2014 -- 83,758 7.37
Rakuen Tsuihou -- -- Graphinica -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Sci-Fi Mecha -- Rakuen Tsuihou Rakuen Tsuihou -- In a future where a massive disaster has devastated Earth, most of humanity has abandoned their physical bodies and relocated in digital form to DEVA, an advanced space station orbiting the ravaged planet. Free from the limitations of traditional existence, such as death and hunger, the inhabitants of this virtual reality reside in relative peace until Frontier Setter, a skilled hacker, infiltrates the system and spreads subversive messages to the populace. -- -- Labeled a threat to security by authorities, Frontier Setter is pursued by Angela Balzac, a dedicated member of DEVA's law enforcement. When the hacker's signal is traced to Earth, Angela takes on physical form, transferring her consciousness to a clone body and traveling to the world below in order to deal with the menace. On Earth, she is assisted by Dingo, a charismatic agent, and during her journey to uncover the mystery behind Frontier Setter, she gradually discovers startling realities about the wasteland some of humanity still refers to as home, as well as the paradise above. -- -- Movie - Nov 15, 2014 -- 83,758 7.37
Re:Stage! Dream Days♪ -- -- Graphinica, Yumeta Company -- 12 eps -- Other -- Music School Slice of Life -- Re:Stage! Dream Days♪ Re:Stage! Dream Days♪ -- Mana Shikimiya has just transferred into Marehoshi Academy, a school which requires each of its students to join one of the many sports or cultural clubs. After a quick tour of most of the clubs by the Student Council Vice President Minori Hasegawa, Mana stumbles upon the Lyrical Tradition Dance Club. There she meets its sole members: Mizuha Ichikishima and Sayu Tsukisaka. Drawn to their singing and dancing, Mana joins the club and together they work towards their dream of winning the Prism Stage—a national competition to determine the top idols of the country. -- -- However, before Mana and her new friends can worry about the Prism Stage, there is a more immediate problem at hand: the club is about to be disbanded by the student council! Without enough members or any notable achievements, the club will be shut down and the members' dreams will be over before they've begun to pursue them. It's up to the three of them to find the additional club members they need and become an idol group strong enough to qualify for the Prism Stage and to win it as well. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 8,391 6.69
Rokuhoudou Yotsuiro Biyori -- -- Zexcs -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Seinen -- Rokuhoudou Yotsuiro Biyori Rokuhoudou Yotsuiro Biyori -- Kyousui "Sui" Tougoku inherits a traditional Japanese-style cafe called Rokuhoudou from his grandfather, which he manages alongside Gregorio "Gure" Valentino, Tokitaka Nagae, and Tsubaki Nakao. Their hospitality par excellence undoubtedly turns any one-time visitor into a regular. Having gone through their own share of trials and tribulations, the staff at this modest cafe do their best to serve their customers—whether it be through tea, sweets, or even helping with the various troubles one may have. -- -- Although most days pass pleasantly, the small world of Sui and his friends takes an unexpected path when their reputation as a cafe flourishes overnight. -- -- 23,653 7.60
Sakura Quest -- -- P.A. Works -- 25 eps -- Original -- Slice of Life Comedy -- Sakura Quest Sakura Quest -- Tired of her rural home, recent college graduate Yoshino Koharu is desperate to lead a more exciting life in Tokyo. After a fruitless job hunt, she finally receives a part-time offer as queen of the bizarre "Kingdom of Chupakabura," a rundown mini-attraction in the small agricultural town of Manoyama. However, Yoshino discovers upon her arrival in Manoyama that she was mistaken for a celebrity and the job offer was a mistake. Left with no other options, Yoshino reluctantly agrees to take on the role and aid the Board of Tourism in their efforts to revitalize Manoyama. Determined to bring excitement to the dying town with the help of local residents, the queen enacts a series of projects to highlight the beauty and charm of Manoyama's culture. -- -- Sakura Quest delves into the story of a tight-knit community that is struggling to balance change while also maintaining the rich traditions and bonds which define their identity. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 124,144 7.40
Samurai Champloo -- -- Manglobe -- 26 eps -- Original -- Action Adventure Comedy Historical Samurai Shounen -- Samurai Champloo Samurai Champloo -- Fuu Kasumi is a young and clumsy waitress who spends her days peacefully working in a small teahouse. That is, until she accidentally spills a drink all over one of her customers! With a group of samurai now incessantly harassing her, Fuu desperately calls upon another samurai in the shop, Mugen, who quickly defeats them with his wild fighting technique, utilizing movements reminiscent to that of breakdancing. Unfortunately, Mugen decides to pick a fight with the unwilling ronin Jin, who wields a more precise and traditional style of swordfighting, and the latter proves to be a formidable opponent. The only problem is, they end up destroying the entire shop as well as accidentally killing the local magistrate's son. -- -- For their crime, the two samurai are captured and set to be executed. However, they are rescued by Fuu, who hires the duo as her bodyguards. Though she no longer has a place to return to, the former waitress wishes to find a certain samurai who smells of sunflowers and enlists the help of the now exonerated pair to do so. Despite initially disapproving of this idea, the two eventually agree to assist the girl in her quest; thus, the trio embark upon an adventure to find this mysterious warrior—that is, if Fuu can keep Mugen and Jin from killing each other. -- -- Set in an alternate Edo Period of Japan, Samurai Champloo follows the journey of these three eccentric individuals in an epic quest full of action, comedy, and dynamic sword fighting, all set to the beat of a unique hip-hop infused soundtrack. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation, Geneon Entertainment USA -- 935,197 8.50
Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu -- -- Studio Deen -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Drama Historical Josei -- Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu -- Yotarou is a former yakuza member fresh out of prison and fixated on just one thing: rather than return to a life of crime, the young man aspires to take to the stage of Rakugo, a traditional Japanese form of comedic storytelling. Inspired during his incarceration by the performance of distinguished practitioner Yakumo Yuurakutei, he sets his mind on meeting the man who changed his life. After hearing Yotarou's desperate appeal for his mentorship, Yakumo is left with no choice but to accept his very first apprentice. -- -- As he eagerly begins his training, Yotarou meets Konatsu, an abrasive young woman who has been under Yakumo's care ever since her beloved father Sukeroku Yuurakutei, another prolific Rakugo performer, passed away. Through her hidden passion, Yotarou is drawn to Sukeroku's unique style of Rakugo despite learning under contrasting techniques. Upon seeing this, old memories and feelings return to Yakumo who reminisces about a much earlier time when he made a promise with his greatest rival. -- -- Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu is a story set in both the past and present, depicting the art of Rakugo, the relationships it creates, and the lives and hearts of those dedicated to keeping the unique form of storytelling alive. -- -- 231,915 8.60
Souten Kouro -- -- Madhouse -- 26 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Historical -- Souten Kouro Souten Kouro -- Souten Kouro's story is based loosely on the events taking place in Three Kingdoms period of China during the life of the last Chancellor of the Eastern Han Dynasty, Cao Cao (155 – March 15, 220), who also serves as the main character. -- -- The Three Kingdoms period has been a popular theme in Japanese manga for decades, but Souten Kouro differs greatly from most of the others on several points. One significant difference is its highly positive portrayal of its main character, Cao Cao, who is traditionally the antagonist in not only Japanese manga, but also most novel versions of the Three Kingdoms period, including the original 14th century version, Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong. Another significant difference from others is that the storyline primarily uses the original historical account of the era, Records of Three Kingdoms by Chen Shou, as a reference rather than the aforementioned Romance of the Three Kingdoms novel. By this, the traditional hero of Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Liu Bei, takes on relatively less importance within the story and is portrayed in a less positive light. Yet, several aspects of the story are in fact based on the novel version, including the employment of its original characters such as Diao Chan, as well as anachronistic weapons such as Guan Yu's Green Dragon Crescent Blade and Zhang Fei's Viper Blade. -- -- A consistent theme throughout the story is Cao Cao's perpetual desire to break China and its people away from its old systems and ways of thinking and initiate a focus on pragmatism over empty ideals. This often puts him at odds with the prevalent customs and notions of Confucianism and those that support them. -- -- (Source: Wikipedia) -- TV - Apr 8, 2009 -- 15,970 7.29
Tales of the Rays -- -- Wit Studio -- 2 eps -- Game -- Game Fantasy -- Tales of the Rays Tales of the Rays -- Includes an animated promotional/opening video for the iOS/Android game Tales of the Rays and the main promotional video. Bandai Namco announced it was a sequel to Tales of the Rays and streamed the video on their official YouTube channel. -- -- The game and videos star new characters Ickx Neve and Mileena Weiss along with a cast of returning characters from other Tales of games. -- -- In a nontraditional manner, no new game app will be created, rather the current game app will receive a massive update and discontinue the main story line and start anew (several years later in-story) resetting the game play for all users. The story is said to take a darker tone. -- -- The game's production was announced in 2015 and the official launch is expected some time later this year. -- -- (Source: ANN, edited) -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Namco Games -- ONA - Feb 17, 2017 -- 4,171 5.98
Tasogare Otome x Amnesia -- -- SILVER LINK. -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Horror Mystery Romance School Shounen Supernatural -- Tasogare Otome x Amnesia Tasogare Otome x Amnesia -- Seikyou Private Academy, built on the intrigue of traditional occult myths, bears a dark past—for 60 years, it has been haunted by a ghost known as Yuuko, a young woman who mysteriously died in the basement of the old school building. With no memory of her life or death, Yuuko discreetly finds and heads the Paranormal Investigations Club in search of answers. -- -- A chance meeting leads Yuuko to cling to diligent freshman Teiichi Niiya, who can see the quirky ghost, they quickly grow close, and he decides to help her. Along with Kirie Kanoe, Yuuko's relative, and the oblivious second year Momoe Okonogi, they delve deep into the infamous Seven Mysteries of the storied school. -- -- Tasogare Otome x Amnesia tells a unique tale of students who work together to shed light on their school's paranormal happenings, all the while inching closer to the truth behind Yuuko's death. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Apr 9, 2012 -- 324,107 7.85
Tasogare Otome x Amnesia -- -- SILVER LINK. -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Horror Mystery Romance School Shounen Supernatural -- Tasogare Otome x Amnesia Tasogare Otome x Amnesia -- Seikyou Private Academy, built on the intrigue of traditional occult myths, bears a dark past—for 60 years, it has been haunted by a ghost known as Yuuko, a young woman who mysteriously died in the basement of the old school building. With no memory of her life or death, Yuuko discreetly finds and heads the Paranormal Investigations Club in search of answers. -- -- A chance meeting leads Yuuko to cling to diligent freshman Teiichi Niiya, who can see the quirky ghost, they quickly grow close, and he decides to help her. Along with Kirie Kanoe, Yuuko's relative, and the oblivious second year Momoe Okonogi, they delve deep into the infamous Seven Mysteries of the storied school. -- -- Tasogare Otome x Amnesia tells a unique tale of students who work together to shed light on their school's paranormal happenings, all the while inching closer to the truth behind Yuuko's death. -- -- TV - Apr 9, 2012 -- 324,107 7.85
Tenshi no Tamago -- -- Studio Deen -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia Drama Fantasy -- Tenshi no Tamago Tenshi no Tamago -- The surrealist world of Tenshi no Tamago is desolate and devoid of the bustle of traditional everyday life. Instead, the world is filled with ominous phenomena, including floating orbs populated with statues of goddesses, gargantuan army tanks that seem to move unmanned, armies of fishermen who chase after the shadows of nonexistent fish, and caverns solely decorated with glass vessels of water. -- -- In this run-down world, a young girl takes care of a large egg and scavenges for food and drink. She encounters a mysterious man with a cross over his shoulder, who soon becomes curious about who she is and what her egg contains. They decide to explore the lost and broken landscape together, questioning each other about the nature of faith, the purpose of the world, and the origins of their lives. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Anchor Bay Films -- OVA - Dec 22, 1985 -- 95,684 7.69
Tenshi no Tamago -- -- Studio Deen -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia Drama Fantasy -- Tenshi no Tamago Tenshi no Tamago -- The surrealist world of Tenshi no Tamago is desolate and devoid of the bustle of traditional everyday life. Instead, the world is filled with ominous phenomena, including floating orbs populated with statues of goddesses, gargantuan army tanks that seem to move unmanned, armies of fishermen who chase after the shadows of nonexistent fish, and caverns solely decorated with glass vessels of water. -- -- In this run-down world, a young girl takes care of a large egg and scavenges for food and drink. She encounters a mysterious man with a cross over his shoulder, who soon becomes curious about who she is and what her egg contains. They decide to explore the lost and broken landscape together, questioning each other about the nature of faith, the purpose of the world, and the origins of their lives. -- -- OVA - Dec 22, 1985 -- 95,684 7.69
Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators -- -- - -- 9 eps -- - -- Dementia -- Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators -- A series of 9 animated shorts based on the Frank comics by Jim Woodring, featuring computer/CGI, traditional cel, stop-motion, and even sand painting techniques. Contributing animators and musicians include COCOA, Eri Yoshimura, Naomi Nagata, TAMAPRO/DROP, Taruto Fuyama, Masaki Maito, Kanako Kawagushi, Masaya Sakaue, Bill Frisell, Dame Darcy, and Woodring himself. -- OVA - Nov 25, 2005 -- 634 5.80
Wakaokami wa Shougakusei! Movie -- -- DLE, Madhouse -- 1 ep -- Novel -- Comedy Slice of Life Supernatural -- Wakaokami wa Shougakusei! Movie Wakaokami wa Shougakusei! Movie -- After losing her parents in a car accident, Okko goes to live in the countryside with her grandmother, who runs a traditional Japanese inn built on top of an ancient spring said to have healing waters. While she goes about her chores and prepares to become the inn's next caretaker, Okko discovers there are ghosts who live there that only she can see – not scary ghosts, but playful child ghosts who keep her company and help her feel less lonely. A sign outside says the spring welcomes all and will reject none, and this is soon put to the test as a string of new guests challenge Okko's ability to be a gracious host. But ultimately Okko discovers that dedicating herself to the happiness of others becomes the key to taking care of herself. -- -- (Source: Animation is Film Festival) -- -- Licensor: -- GKIDS -- Movie - Sep 21, 2018 -- 11,258 7.53
World Trigger -- -- Toei Animation -- 73 eps -- Manga -- Action Sci-Fi Supernatural School Shounen -- World Trigger World Trigger -- When a gate to another world suddenly opens on Earth, Mikado City is invaded by strange creatures known as "Neighbors," malicious beings impervious to traditional weaponry. In response to their arrival, an organization called the Border Defense Agency has been established to combat the Neighbor menace through special weapons called "Triggers." Even though several years have passed after the gate first opened, Neighbors are still a threat and members of Border remain on guard to ensure the safety of the planet. -- -- Despite this delicate situation, members-in-training, such as Osamu Mikumo, are not permitted to use their Triggers outside of headquarters. But when the mysterious new student in his class is dragged into a forbidden area by bullies, they are attacked by Neighbors, and Osamu has no choice but to do what he believes is right. Much to his surprise, however, the transfer student Yuuma Kuga makes short work of the aliens, revealing that he is a humanoid Neighbor in disguise. -- -- 285,078 7.58
Yami Shibai -- -- ILCA -- 13 eps -- Original -- Dementia Horror Demons Supernatural -- Yami Shibai Yami Shibai -- The mysterious, yellow-masked Storyteller is a man whose true name and origin are both unknown. He appears at dusk where children gather and recites sinister tales based on Japanese urban legends, to which his young audience eerily intakes. However, the Storyteller is no ordinary teller of tales. He incorporates a kamishibai, a traditional paper-scrolling device, to add visuals to his already demented narration. -- -- A series of short horror stories, Yami Shibai begins with a bachelor who, after moving into a new apartment, immediately starts sensing a malevolent glare being pressed into him. A single talisman rests on his ceiling, but he has no way of knowing it is one of the few safeguards that separate him from a bottomless pit of suffering. Each story is more terrifying, more appalling, and more sickening than the last as the Storyteller's audience find themselves being sucked into the vicious world of his words. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Jul 15, 2013 -- 80,377 7.05
Yami Shibai -- -- ILCA -- 13 eps -- Original -- Dementia Horror Demons Supernatural -- Yami Shibai Yami Shibai -- The mysterious, yellow-masked Storyteller is a man whose true name and origin are both unknown. He appears at dusk where children gather and recites sinister tales based on Japanese urban legends, to which his young audience eerily intakes. However, the Storyteller is no ordinary teller of tales. He incorporates a kamishibai, a traditional paper-scrolling device, to add visuals to his already demented narration. -- -- A series of short horror stories, Yami Shibai begins with a bachelor who, after moving into a new apartment, immediately starts sensing a malevolent glare being pressed into him. A single talisman rests on his ceiling, but he has no way of knowing it is one of the few safeguards that separate him from a bottomless pit of suffering. Each story is more terrifying, more appalling, and more sickening than the last as the Storyteller's audience find themselves being sucked into the vicious world of his words. -- -- TV - Jul 15, 2013 -- 80,377 7.05,_traditions_and_movements,_traditions,_and_movements,_showing_the_connexion_between_the_traditions_of_pagan_mythology_and_the_Bible_(1838),_Eastern_Orthodox_Christianity,_an_image_with_traditional_religious_dress.jpg,Majuli.jpg's_Eve_custom_(3774886396).jpg'Oglio_-_Syrian_tradition_of_coexistence_and_the_present_scenario_of_confrontation.webm'Profile_of_a_Barbary_Pirate,_Traditionally_Identified_as_Barbarossa'_by_Pietro_della_Vecchia.jpg"Rinai_Risa"_Tripuri_Traditional_Attire.jpg'Archipel_(Islands_of_the_Archipelago),_Ottoman_Empire_WDL337.png,_in_which_a_lamp_is_always_kept_burning,_and_where_(NYPL_b10607452-80649).jpg,_in_which_a_lamp_is_always_kept_burning,_and_where_(NYPL_b10607452-80649).tiff,_Phuket_-_A_mini_documentary.webm,_a_must_have_for_festivals_such_as_Deepavali.jpg,_traditions_and_movements,_traditions_and_movements,_traditions_and_movements,+traditions+and+movements,+traditions+and+movements,_traditions_and_movements,+traditions+and+movements
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Amoy dialect/Complement constructions/traditional
Amoy dialect/Negative particles/traditional
Anaphora of the Apostolic Tradition
Anarta tradition
Anishinaabe traditional beliefs
Apostolic Tradition
Appeal to tradition
Arctic small tool tradition
Ashanti Traditional Buildings
Auburn University traditions
Azerbaijani traditional clothing
Bates College traditions
BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician
Bengali traditional games
Black sermonic tradition
Bornean traditional tattooing
Brabant Center for Music Traditions
Brazilian traditional medicine
Brisk tradition and Soloveitchik dynasty
British Traditional Wicca
Bundeswehr traditions regulations
Bundling (tradition)
Cahto traditional narratives
Cahuilla traditional narratives
Carnegie Mellon University traditions
Category:Canadian traditions
Catholic peace traditions
Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco
Centre for the Study of Traditional Pottery
Chilean Traditional Universities
China National Traditional Orchestra
Chinese ritual mastery traditions
Chinese traditional music
Christian tradition
Christmas traditions
Chumash traditional medicine
Ciarn Tobin extradition case
Classical tradition
Coast Miwok traditional narratives
Cochise Tradition
College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Xinjiang Medical University
Columbia University traditions
Contemporary Art in Asia: Traditions/Tensions
Costa Rican jade tradition
Cunning folk traditions and the Latter Day Saint movement
Cupeo traditional narratives
Custom and traditions in Azerbaijan
Customs and traditions of the Royal Navy
Dalton Tradition
Danish traditional music
Dartmouth College traditions
Debate on traditional and simplified Chinese characters
Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support
Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Dhammakaya tradition
Dhammakaya Tradition UK
Donegal fiddle tradition
Draft:Aditi Bhavaraju
Draft:Gender roles in traditional Chinese society
Easter traditions
Emperor's College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
Engineering traditions in Canada
European Directive on Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products
Extradition Act 2003
Extradition (Amendment) Act 1994
Extradition case of John Anderson
Extradition Clause
Extradition law in Australia
Extradition law in China
Extradition law in Nigeria
Family Tradition
Family Tradition (Hank Williams Jr. song)
Family Tradition (Senses Fail song)
Feri Tradition
Fijian traditions and ceremonies
First Bay Tradition
Folsom tradition
Foundation for Revitalisation of Local Health Traditions
Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition
Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Gambia Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children
Garma Festival of Traditional Cultures
Geographical indications and traditional specialities in the European Union
Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition
Good Tradition
Grammy Award for Best Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording
Grammy Award for Best Gospel Performance, Traditional
Grammy Award for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Traditional
Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album
Grammy Award for Best Traditional Folk Album
Grammy Award for Best Traditional Gospel Album
Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Grammy Award for Best Traditional R&B Performance
Groups of Traditional Buildings
Guiyang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Gurushishya tradition
Heritage Exhibition of a Traditional Pawnshop Business
History and traditions of Harvard commencements
Hong Kong Government Lunar New Year kau chim tradition
Hong Kong traditional store
Hopewell tradition
Huna Tlingit Traditional Gull Egg Use Act
Identity, Tradition, Sovereignty
Indianapolis 500 traditions
Inner Traditions Bear & Company
Institute of Traditional Judaism
Institute of Traditional Medicine Services (Bhutan)
Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children
International Council for Traditional Music
International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony
International Traditional and Heroic Contest
International Traditional Karate Federation
Invented tradition
Iranian traditional medicine
Irish traditional music
Irish traditional music session
Islamic neo-traditionalism
Islamic tradition
Japanese traditional dance
Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year Group
Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year Solo
Khmer Traditional Dress
Khmer traditional wrestling
Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas
Kissing traditions
Korean traditional funeral
Korean traditional handicrafts
Kotosh Religious Tradition
Koto (traditional clothing)
Lake Miwok traditional narratives
Latin Grammy Award for Best Traditional Tropical Album
Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
List of astrological traditions, types, and systems
List of Austrian intellectual traditions
List of Burmese traditional festivals
List of Caribbean folk music traditions
List of classical and art music traditions
List of ensemble formations in traditional Chinese music
List of folk music traditions
List of founders of religious traditions
List of historical Ghanaian traditional rulers
List of Korean traditional festivals
List of nontraditional bagpipe usage
List of Oceanic and Australian folk music traditions
List of partitions of traditional Japanese architecture
List of purported relics of major figures of religious traditions
List of religions and spiritual traditions
List of traditional armaments
List of traditional card and tile packs
List of traditional children's games
List of traditional Chinese medicines
List of traditional gentlemen's and working men's club buildings
List of traditional Irish singers
List of traditional Japanese games
List of traditional regions of Slovakia
List of traditional territories of the indigenous peoples of North America
List of Wii games with traditional control schemes
Lists of Buddhist sites and traditions in Kerala
Luiseo traditional narratives
Lutte Traditionnelle
Madhva tradition
Mori traditional textiles
Mary Baker Eddy: The Truth and the Tradition
Middle Eastern and North African music traditions
Military tradition
Ministry of Traditional Industries and Small Enterprise Development
Mongolian Traditional United Party
Moravian traditional music
Moving Traditions
Muse national des Arts et Traditions Populaires
Muse national des Arts et Traditions Populaires (France)
Museum of Arts and Traditions of Morocco
Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions
Museum of Traditions and Legends
National Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine
National Center for Traditional Arts
National Council for the Traditional Arts
Native Village of Barrow Inupiat Traditional Government
Neotraditional country
Newar traditional clothing
New Kadampa Tradition
New Tradition (disambiguation)
New wave of traditional heavy metal
Nigerian traditional rulers
Nontraditional student
Northern Paiute traditional narratives
Norton tradition
Norwegian National Association for Traditional Music and Dance
Oral gospel traditions
Oral tradition
Oral Tradition (journal)
Ota traditional chiefs
Over the Hills and Far Away (traditional song)
Paleo-Arctic Tradition
Papal oath (traditionalist Catholic)
Parting tradition
Perry Traditional Academy
Persecution of traditional African religion
Persian traditional music
Peruvian Traditions
Picaroons Traditional Ales
Piers Plowman tradition
Plains and Sierra Miwok traditional narratives
Plum Village Tradition
Portal:Traditional African religions
Portal:Traditional African religions/Festivals
Portal:Traditional African religions/Introduction
Pre-Christian Alpine traditions
Punjabi wedding traditions
Radical Traditionalism
Reference Re Ng Extradition
Renewing the Anarchist Tradition
Roman Traditional Movement
Russian Fascism: Traditions, Tendencies, Movements
Russian traditional music
Russian tradition of the Knights Hospitaller
Russian traditions and superstitions
Russian wedding traditions
Rutgers University traditions and customs
Sacred tradition
Sacrifice in the Post-Kantian Tradition
Saint George in devotions, traditions and prayers
Salle des Traditions de la Garde Rpublicaine
Scandinavian ballad tradition
Serbian Christmas traditions
Serbian traditional clothing
Serb traditions
Shanghai Innovative Research Center of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Shanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Sisters of Charity Federation in the Vincentian-Setonian Tradition
Siwki (Easter tradition)
Smarta tradition
Sri Lankan traditional medicine
Student activities and traditions at UC Irvine
Sub-Saharan African music traditions
Swedish extradition of Baltic soldiers
Taiwan Traditional Theatre Center
Tassos Leivaditis
Texas Tech University traditions
Thai Forest Tradition
Thanos Leivaditis
The American Political Tradition
The Bird in the Bush (Traditional Erotic Songs)
The body in traditional Chinese medicine
The International Journal of the Platonic Tradition
The Living Tradition
The Marrow of Tradition
The Primordial Tradition
The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006
The Tradition
The Tradition of Hospitality
The Young Tradition
Three Treasures (traditional Chinese medicine)
Tonda Traditional Bunraku Puppet Troupe
Topographical tradition
Traditi humilitati
Traditional administrative system of Bafut
Traditional African masks
Traditional African medicine
Traditional African religion and other religions
Traditional African religions
Traditional Anglican Communion
Traditional animation
Traditional Asian medicine
Traditional authority
Traditional bachata
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar
Traditional Berber religion
Traditional birth attendant
Traditional black gospel
Traditional blues verses
Traditional boat race at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
Traditional boat race at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games
Traditional Cambodian medicine
Traditional Cambodian musical instruments
Traditional candies in Hong Kong
Traditional Catalan Songs
Traditional Chinese bookbinding
Traditional Chinese characters
Traditional Chinese house architecture
Traditional Chinese law
Traditional Chinese marriage
Traditional Chinese medicine
Traditional Chinese timekeeping
Traditional climbing
Traditional clothing of Kosovo
Traditional colors of Japan
Traditional counties
Traditional courts in Malawi
Traditional dances of Himachal Pradesh
Traditional derby
Traditional ecological knowledge
Traditional economy
Traditional education
Traditional engineering
Traditional English pronunciation of Latin
Traditional fishing boat
Traditional fishing tackle of Central India
Traditional food
Traditional Gaelic music
Traditional games in the Philippines
Traditional games of Andhra Pradesh
Traditional Ghanaian stool
Traditional gospel music
Traditional Grimsby smoked fish
Traditional handheld refractometer
Traditional healers of Southern Africa
Traditional Irish singing
Traditionalism in the Catholic Church
Traditionalist Catholicism
Traditionalist Communion
Traditionalist conservatism
Traditionalist theology (Islam)
Traditionalist Worker Party
Traditional Italian maize varieties
Traditional Japanese music
Traditional Japanese musical instruments
Traditional Khmer Housing
Traditional knowledge
Traditional Knowledge Digital Library
Traditional knowledge GIS
Traditional Korean medicine
Traditional Korean musical instruments
Traditional Korean rhythm
Traditional Korean roof construction
Traditional leaders in Zimbabwe
Traditional lighting equipment of Japan
Traditional markets in Mexico
Traditional marriage
Traditional mathematics
Traditional medicine
Traditional method
Traditional mining
Traditional Neighborhood Development
Traditional Nordic dance music
Traditional Persian
Traditional Persian residential architecture
Traditional point-size names
Traditional pop
Traditional Presbyterian Church in Brazil
Traditional Protestant Episcopal Church
Traditional rhyme
Traditional rice of Sri Lanka
Traditional society
Traditional South African Regiments
Traditional sports in the United Arab Emirates
Traditional story
Traditional student
Traditional sub-Saharan African harmony
Traditional Techniques
Traditional Thai clothing
Traditional Thai house
Traditional Thai medicine
Traditional Thai musical instruments
Traditional Tibetan medicine
Traditional Ties
Traditional transmission
Traditional Values Coalition
Traditional Vietnamese dance
Traditional Vietnamese medicine
Traditional Vietnamese musical instruments
Traditional Vietnamese wedding
Traditional Welsh costume
Traditional Welsh poetic metres
Traditional western medicine
Traditional witchcraft
Traditional Youth Marching Bands Association
Tradition and the Individual Talent
Tradition Book: Celestial Chorus
Tradition (disambiguation)
Tradition, Family and Property
Tradition (film)
Tradition history
Tradition Is a Temple
Tradition (journal)
Tradition of removing shoes in the home and houses of worship
Tradition (Port St. Lucie)
Tradition Records
Traditions and anecdotes associated with the Stanley Cup
Traditions and student activities at MIT
Traditionsbetriebswerk Stassfurt
Traditions of Catalonia
Traditions of Derry City F.C.
Traditions of Intolerance
Traditions of Italy
Traditions of Louisiana Tech University
Traditions of Pomona College
Traditions of Texas A&M University
Traditions of the Georgia Institute of Technology
Traditions of the University of Santo Tomas
Tradition (song)
Tradition und Leben
Travels & Traditions
Turco-Mongol tradition
Turco-Persian tradition
Twelve Traditions
Ukrainian wedding traditions
UKUS extradition treaty of 2003
Umayyad tradition of cursing Ali
University of Alabama traditions
University of Traditional Medicine, Mandalay
Use of sea turtles in West African traditional medicine
Way of the Gods according to the Confucian Tradition
Western Mexico shaft tomb tradition
Western tradition
West Palatine travelling music tradition
Yearbook for Traditional Music
Yunnan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Zulu traditional religion

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