Hatha yoga meditation on 4 One of its aims is to present Visnu as the supreme deity, and it succeeds in this admirably. Another is to promote the brahmanical view of renunciation, and this too is accomplished with finesse. Visvakarman (all-maker), the Indian Haephestus/Vulcan, is asked by the king of the (Vedic) gods, Indra, to build him a palace. Visvakarman does this and Indra is pleased, though not completely satisfied.
He therefore asks Visvakarman to extend it.
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The extension is built, but again Indra is not satisfied and requests a further extension. The pattern repeats and Visvakarman wearies of his task, so he goes to the highest heaven to ask Visnu for help.
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These include FreeREG, Foxearth, Norfolk Transcriptions and some of the local family history societies. In addition to parish registers, there is a diverse range of other parish records relating to the administration of parish affairs, originally kept in the parish chest, which can add insights and essential information about the people who lived, worked or passed through each parish. This is because the parish formed the basis of local government until the nineteenth century.
The law was enforced by the parish constable; the poor were cared for by the overseers elected by the ratepayers; highways were maintained under supervision of a surveyor elected by the villagers; commons and open fields would be managed by either an elected officer, or by the parish itself through a vestry meeting (a kind of petty parliament). Most surviving parish records, including parish registers, have been deposited in record offices. Many of the records generated by the activities of the parish officials will be featured throughout this book, but the main categories include poor law records; churchwardens’ accounts, detailing taxes and payments towards maintaining the fabric of the church and relieving the poor; charity records; collections for good causes (briefs); plans; school records; copies of wills of benefactors and terriers recording church possessions such as lands, houses, stock and tithes.
Other records to be found range from lists of ‘strange preachers’, notices and proclamations, faculties and licences.