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Title: Emerging harsh and controlling images of ‘God’ in Covid-19
Authors: Khetrapal, Neha
Nanda, Samah
Keywords: COVID
Pandemic
Religion
Ritual
Issue Date: 8-Mar-2021
Publisher: Religious Matters: University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Citation: Khetrapal, N. and Nanda, S. (March 08, 2021). Emerging harsh and controlling images of ‘God’ in Covid-19. Religious Matters: University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Abstract: A chain of vicissitudes unleashed by Covid-19 meant that devout people turned to benevolent deities. Paradoxically, the world witnessed images of ‘Goddesses’ that were ostensibly fiery, hot-tempered or appeared controlling.
URI: https://religiousmatters.nl/emerging-harsh-and-controlling-images-of-god-in-covid-19/
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