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Bharati Swami Ganapathi Bhatta then made an appeal to the next higher authority in the colonial judicial landscape, the Subordinate Judge. The first argument of the Subordinate Judge alludes to one of the four standard features of excommunication which is that excommunication may be either temporary or permanent.
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