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Diálogo intra-religioso en Raimon Panikkar: el silencio en el diálogo cristiano-hindú

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The ongoing publication of the Opera Omnia by Raimon Panikkar has open new avenues as to appreciate the seminal contribution he made to a Christian-Hindu-Buddhist dialogue. Within such contribution he emphasised the role of silence within what he called ‘intra-religious dialogue’, a dialogue that he experienced while living in Varanasi, India for ten years. As a Catholic theologian of Catalan and Indian origins he searched for a process of experiencing Hindu life and Hindu texts while translating them in order to reach a fuller inter-religious dialogue that became in silence an intra-religious dialogue. This paper explores such contribution by outlining some aspects of Panikkar’s writings in his Opera Omnia vol. 4, part 1: The Vedic Experience – Mantramanjari.


Original languageSpanish
Article numbere3245
Number of pages10
JournalCuadernos de Teología
Early online date6 Sep 2019
Publication statusPublished - 10 Sep 2019

    Research areas

  • Religious studies, Interfaith dialogue, Comparative religion, Hinduism, Vedas, Catholicism, Transmission and duality

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