Magician J.M .Negi is awarded Honorary Doctorate Award

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Magician J.M .Negi is awarded Honorary Doctorate Award

J.M .Negi

Magician J.M .Negi

Honorary Doctorate Award (Honoris Causa) is presented to MAGICIAN J. M. NEGI from HIMACHAL PRADESH state for his contribution in the field of Magic.. He spotlighted and commended work in Magic and performed his skill all over India. It has been recorded in Magic Book of Record.
Certificate : MOST MAGICIANS PERFORMED MAGIC WAND TRICKS SIMULTANEOUSLY On the occasion of New Delhi Magic Conference 2017 a magic festival organized by India Brotherhood of Magicians, New Delhi. MAGICIAN J. M. NEGI from HIMACHAL PRADESH performed wand magic together with 231 magicians and set a new world record on 6th August 2017 at NDMC Convention Center, Sansad Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi,
Function Of Magic Foremost among the many roles magic plays are its “instrumental” and “expressive” functions. Based in the attempt to influence nature or human behaviour, magic’s instrumental function is measured by its efficacy in achieving the desired result. Anthropologists identify three main types of instrumental magic: the productive, the protective, and the destructive. Productive magic is employed to solicit a successful outcome from human labour or nature, such as bountiful hunt or harvest or good weather. Protective magic aims to defend an individual or community from the vagaries of nature and the evil of others. The use of amulets to ward off contagious diseases or the recitation of charms before a journey are examples of this protective function. Lastly, destructive magic, or sorcery, is intended to harm others, often is motivated by envy, and is socially disruptive. Consequently, the use of countermagic against sorcery may relieve some social tension within a community.
Conceptual history about Magic The claim that magic is found in all human societies rests on a definition that is rooted in Western cultural assumptions, and both these assumptions and the use of the term magic have undergone change over time and place. Consequently, to understand beliefs and practices in other societies that appear similar to European magic, it is necessary to apply the context-sensitive and comparative methods that become increasingly important in the study of anthropology, history, and religion. We are conveying our best wishes for his success or achievements. It has been recorded in Magic Book of Record.

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