Author(s): Achyut Aryal
This research ‘Moksa from communication: An ecological perspective of Bishnoi religion from western India’ examines Bishnoi communication theory which is for perfect life, death and enlightenment. With textual analysis of 29 sutras and 120 sabdas by Guru Jhambheswara Ji, a founder of Bishnoi religion in western India, the result is: communication is an exchange of healthy, meaningful and perfect information/message; in between healthy, meaningful and perfect sender-receiver; with healthy, meaningful and perfect feedback; for healthy, meaningful and perfect way of living/life. Such way of communication connects personal life, society, ecology and worship to Supreme together. This leads towards a healthy, meaningful and perfect death. After such death there is unalienable salvation (Mukti/Moksha). Noise never comes in such communication. Further research with experimentation is most in future.