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Keywords : religion


Religion and Spirituality: An Imperceptible Quandary

Rohini Dabgotra

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2312-2330

The term Religion and Spirituality are to be sure proportional of neither one another, however neither they are unfavourably inverse nor the equivalent. Religion and Spirituality are two untethered facts of uncanny reality. Religion is set of creeds, confidence, and ceremonies laid or established on supernaturally mediating belief systems (at any rate that is what is assumed by adherents) which gather devotees into a strict network maybe continuing a moral and good exchange with Spirituality. The term Spirituality exclusively bears no weight; in any case, it flourishes deliberately on pieces and pulsates of religion on a mundane scale. Methodologically this paper depends on non-empirical investigation, different writing have been skimmed and checked on. Accordingly an endeavour by the methods for this paper has been made to figure an investigation in the terms of Religion and Spirituality. In addition this article will assist with breaking down the sociological comprehension and will carry on to two isolated but intermingled terms Religion and Spirituality at this point.

Gestalt ToSemiotics: Cultural Construction Through Visual Experiences In Indian Arts

Dr.ManavpreetKaur Arora; Dr.Kirandeep Singh; Dr.PavitarParkash Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6405-6411

The potpourri of Indian culture is deciphered by identifying certain popular visual elements that are a part of our everyday experiences. These elements define ourperception and comprehension of that which is ubiquitously Indian. There is an assortment of factors that influences their evolution whilst preserving their indigenous essence. Changing visual technology is one such prominent factor that has defined and redefined cultural value systems in India. This paper essentially deals with how certain cultural ideasin India have been visually transformed through influence of global interventions, while retaining their core essencewith change in technology. Phenomenological analysis based on the Gestalt theory of perception has been adopted to decipherthe meaning of visuals.Random sampling of popular contemporary visuals which exuberate culturalvalues or practiceshave been compared with images from past that are engraved in the collective memory of people. This paper is an attempt to introduce a methodology on how thechosen historical segregations of visuals can be compared to contemporary visual art forms; and interpretations can be done for further investigation of meanings in art, culture and society for future generations of artists, academicians &practitioners.

THE PLACE AND ROLE OF THE SUFI AND PHILOSOPHICAL ORDER OF THE NAQSHBANDI IN THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS OF THE TAJIK AND UZBEK PEOPLES

Jafar Kholmuminov; Narzulla Juraev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 308-317

The Sufi medal of Hadjgon, which was later known as the doctrine of Naqshbandiya, has left a great spiritual, scientific and literary heritage to the Islamic world and humanity in general during its almost nine centuries of history. Representatives of this doctrine, edifying lives of spiritual leaders and great thinkers, their views on religion and the world, on the universe and man, knowledge and enlightenment, and love, scientific and artistic works dedicated to different knowledge and themes occupy a peculiar place in the history of Islamic thinking. Even after the reign of Timurid, the doctrines of Naqshbandi remained a symbol of unity and friendship among the peoples of Central вAsia and continued to serve as a factor in the systematization of their daily way of life and education, enriching their spiritual world and literature. In Persian and Turkic poetry of the 17th-19th centuries, the ideas of Naqshbandiy were sung. The article briefly explores the role and place of the doctrines of Naqshbandiy as a religious and philosophical trend in the development of intercultural and interethnic relations between the peoples of Central Asia, partly Tajiks and Uzbeks.

THE INFLUENCE OF THE INSTITUTION OF RELIGION ON STRATIFICATION PROCESSES (ISLAMIC EXAMPLE)

Bahramjan Farfiyev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 730-738

It is well known from the history of mankind that in the life of every society the issues of social stratification processes acquire fundamental importance. Since ancient times people have been thinking about the reasons of stratification. In ancient Greece encyclopedic scientists in their works tried to scientifically substantiate the phenomenon of inequality as a natural process. With this approach, they justified the pattern of human exploitation. Along with other factors, religion, too, as a social institution, significantly influenced the stratification processes. This tendency is inherent to all world and national religions. And in modern conditions both material and spiritual factors actively influence the processes of social stratification. In this article the influence of the institute of religion on the processes of social stratification is investigated. It is noted that in some doctrines religion is the backbone of closed stratification systems. An example of such stratification is the caste system of India. In Islam all people are considered equal and the privileged position coming from the ancestral dynasty is strictly condemned. In comparison with material wealth, the status of an educated person is considered the most prestigious. In the history of our country, as a result of adaptation of the precepts of Islam to the interests of the ruling classes, there were classes of Ishans, Khojis, Sayyids, etc., which had nothing to do with Islam. Nowadays, these classes have only a symbolic meaning. Therefore, Islam does not affect the stratification processes of contemporary Uzbek society. However, observance by people of the norms of Islamic morality is important in the activities of officials. These findings have been confirmed by empirical research conducted in various regions of the country, among various classes of the population.

Evolving Cultural Values And Its Manifestation In Visual Arts

Dr. Manavpreet Kaur Arora; Dr. Pavitar Parkash Singh; Dr. Manish Gupta

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3149-3155

The potpourri of Indian culture is deciphered by identifying certain popular visual elements that are a part of our everyday experiences. These elements define our perception and comprehension of that which is ubiquitously Indian. There is an assortment of factors that influences their evolution whilst preserving their indigenous essence. Changing visual technology is one such prominent factor that has defined and redefined cultural value systems in India. This paper essentially deals with how certain cultural ideas in India have been visually transformed through influence of global interventions, while retaining their core essence with change in technology. Phenomenological analysis based on the Gestalt theory of perception has been adopted to decipher the meaning of visuals. Random sampling of popular contemporary visuals which exuberate cultural values or practices have been compared with images from past that are engraved in the collective memory of people. This paper is an attempt to introduce a methodology on how the chosen historical segregations of visuals can be compared to contemporary visual art forms; and interpretations can be done for further investigation of meanings in art, culture and society for future generations of artists, academicians &practitioners.

Socio-Psychological Factors Are The Effect Ofperson’s Mental Health

MuazzamTulkinovna Isakova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 4699-4718

Human health is of paramount importance to life on earth. It is the basis of human health to take care of this blessing given by the God almighty, to spend it without wasting it, and to restore it. The article explores the views of scientists who have conducted research on a person’s mental health. 432 people participated in the empirical study. Their concepts and knowledge of mental health were explored and the importance of mental health in overall human health was explored.Also employment, personal financial situation, health, leisure time, family friends, home education, cultural recreation, economics, public administration, religion and religious beliefs, personal freedom (rights), neighborhood, interpersonal relationships, daily life (living conditions), the degree of impact of factors such as proper nutrition on individual health was studied. Each of these factors affects the mental state of the person, his views, orientation, goals, worldview, general health. The results were analyzed mathematically statistically, the reliability value was determined. Conclusions are given.