The I-Share project tries to engage with the research and activities done in the past and in the present elsewhere on the theme of shared sacred spaces. Two examples include: The Exhibition Shared Sacred Sites The Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCEM) in Marseilles, France first launched the Exhibition in 2015, which is the fruit of several years of scientific research conducted by CNRS and Aix-Marseille University. The exhibition takes a fresh look at the religious behaviour of Mediterranean populations and highlights … Continue reading Related Research & Activity →
Auteur : J-T.M.
Basic information Location (country): Pakistan Location (city): Sehwan Sharif Location (neighbourhood): Location (GPS coordinates): Latitude: 26.412225 | Longitude: 67.86294 Type of religious site: Dargah, Darbar, Muslim and Hindu Sufi lodges, etc. Religious community(ies) attending: Sunni and Shia Muslims, Hindus, Malang, Faqir, etc. No of communities attending: Language(s) used for ceremonies and prayers: Sindhi, Urdu, Punjabi Approximate size of the site: (in m2) Year of construction: 13th century Pilgrimage location: yes Pilgrimage season: Month of Sha’ban Names and dates of the main festivals celebrated in … Continue reading Sehwan Sharif, Sindh →
Basic information Location (country): India Location (city): Jaipur, Rajasthan Location (neighbourhood): Char Darwaza 302002 Location (GPS coordinates): (c.f. https://www.gps-coordinates.net/) Latitude: 26.927362 | Longitude: 75.838432 Type of religious site: (i.e. dargah, shrine, stupa etc.) Dargah Religious communities attending: Hindu, Sikh, Muslim Number of communities attending: 3 Language(s) used for ceremonies and prayers: Hindi, Urdu, local dialects Approximate size of the site: (in m2) Year of construction: Mosque built in 1798; Mausoleum built in 1929 Pilgrimage location: NO Pilgrimage season: Names and dates of the main … Continue reading Hazrat Maulana Ziauddin Sahab Rehmat Fakhri Nizami Chisti Dargah, Jaipur →
The next conference and team meeting on October 4, 2018 will be at CERI, between 10 am and 3 pm (see announcement). The programme involves:
10h-12h: Talk on Religious interactions in Gorakhpur, by Véronique Bouillier