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    Nirvana Legacy

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    1990s music In the nineteen nineties there were several popular types of music but the most well known was the grunge genre because of one man that changed music forever. His band known as ‘Nirvana’ has influenced many ,especially one of its very own band members Dave Grohl. Who later went to pursue his love music in the band ‘Foo Fighters’. The legacy of Nirvana has lasted for more than 20 years and will continue to be remembered by the lovers of nineties music forever. Nirvana was founded in Seattle and was known locally for its album ‘Bleach’. Thier sub pop style appealed to many and many people appreciated their album. A new hit album was released in October of 1991. Nirvana was found to have styles to match those of the teens with…

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    Nirvana Research Paper

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    Nirvana Nirvana was an alternative rock/ grunge trio formed by frontman/guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic in 1987 in Aberdeen, a small town near Seattle, Washington. Their first studio album “Bleach” was recorded by Jack Endino, a local producer associated with the independent record label Sub Pop. The record sold 35,000 copies in the United States, a considerable success for the band. Soon after the release of their first album Nirvana began their first, one month national…

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    direction; music has been known for influencing change. A tune can give the listener the power to push through their assignment or the last mile of their run. Furthermore, there are many albums produced that have made their mark on past, present, and future societies. According to Friedlander in the text “Rock & Roll: A Social History,” there are two ways to experience music, on an emotional level and on an analytical level. The album I am putting on the spot light and sharing my musical…

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    Nirvana In Hindu Culture

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    In the story of Bhagavad-Gita it discusses how people can achieve Nirvana. In order to achieve Nirvana one must Honor their dharma, not engage in inaction , avoid attachment and be wise and steady. In Hindu and Buddha cultures it is very important to them to achieve Nirvana , although they have different views of nirvana. In the Hindu culture one can achieve nirvana while living , and they see nirvana as a union with ultimate reality. In the Buddhist culture they view nirvana as ridding…

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    Beginnings of Buddhism to Nirvana Buddhism is mainly about reaching nirvana, meaning releasing from suffering and finding inner peace with yourself and all around you as well. This religion began during the 5th century BCE in India and then spread through the rest of Asia by a man named Buddha. This was not the original name of that man, his real name was Siddhartha and there is a journey for reason why he began to go by the name Buddha. Siddhartha was born with luxuries and wealth, he decided…

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    Mahayana and Yogacara Buddhism: Nirvana As one of the world’s oldest practiced religions, Buddhism has a strong foothold in South East Asian and the Indian subcontinent. Dating back to five centuries before Christ, it has found itself blossoming in the contemporary world. Founded in India, it has now gained popularity in the West. Modern religious writers are constantly trying to point out what it is about Buddhism that makes it so appealing? They look to find answers in the roots and origin…

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    Nirvana Rape Me Meaning

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    Music can be very inconceivable and to hard to describe, thanks to its magical nature. To further this dilemma, many musicians create songs using diversified melodies and obscure lyrics, conveying the impression of their music having multiple meanings. In the song “Rape Me” by Nirvana, many people assume the song is about a woman being raped, but with subtle clues embedded in the lyrics, “Rape Me” could also have a deeper meaning. Released in December 1993, Nirvana’s Rape Me was written by…

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    This art work is based upon the book Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse. The book is the story of a man’s journey to try to find Nirvana. Nirvana is a state of enlightenment, true happiness. It follows Siddhartha, who tries many different paths to reach Nirvana and finally realizes the key is a balance of both the material world and the spiritual. He follows the Brahmins, the Samanas, and even Gotama (The Buddha) until he abandons the spiritual path and searches for enlightenment through the material…

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    Nirvana is a transcendent state in which there is neither suffering, desire, nor sense of self, and the subject is released from the effects of karma and the cycle of death and rebirth. It represents the final goal of Buddhism. In order to reach Nirvana a person must follow the eightfold path, which helps a person avoid the extreme of self-torture that weakens one’s intellect and the extreme of self-indulgence that retards one’s spiritual progress. In the short story “Teddy” by J.D. Salinger…

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    State Of Nirvana

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    Darkness, a form of chaos as well as a “creator”, all appear in the Chinese and what is starting to appear to be most mythological creation stories. The Egyptian for of Darkness was “Nun”, the destructive forces of chaos were found in “Apep”. In Vedic/Hindu faith, “a Golden Germ or egg floated on the primeval waters of chaos”(World Mythology, Willis, Rot. Print 1993) In the Chinese origin, The creator, Pan Gu grew in the darkness of an egg that grows for 18,000 years until grew into existence.…

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