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Hinduism

A guide to the nature and function of Hinduism Hinduism is uniue among the great religions in that it had no founder but grew gradually over a period of 5000 years absorbing and assimilating all the. This book was employed in Harold Kasimow s Major Eastern Religions course at Grinnell College Not knowing much about the traditions of the Asian subcontinent I found it very enlightening

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Bhagavad Gita are authoritative but none is exclusively so As in Christianity there are several Hindu schools of thought and Hinduism clearly outlines their common beliefs and particular differences. Very concise and interesting Also uite unbiased imho

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Religions and cultural movements in India Conseuently it has no Bible Koran or Dhammapadam to which controversies can be referred for resolution Many works such as the Vedas the Upanishads and the. Delightfully accessible introduction to the subject Not perfect but recommended for those interested


10 thoughts on “Hinduism

  1. says:

    This book was employed in Harold Kasimow's Major Eastern Religions course at Grinnell College Not knowing much about the traditions of the Asian subcontinent I found it very enlightening

  2. says:

    A pithy humane and intelligent account of an extremly complicated subject with a myriad of historical and regional variations Highly recommended introduction to the subject

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    This is an incredible book by an erudite yet not at all elitist scholar that gives an intimate and insightful glimpse into probably the most complicated and syncretic system of religious and social philosophy in the world Kshiti Mohan Sen's introduction spans a satisfying breadth in focus from the history and historiography of South Asia to philosophical discourse on Vedanta metaphysics to a sociological study

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    Delightfully accessible introduction to the subject Not perfect but recommended for those interested

  5. says:

    Incredibly concise and amazingly informative Best crash course on the fundamentals of Hindu roots

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    With a foreword by his better known grandson Amartya Sen this Penguincaption idattachment998 alignalignright width195 Detail of mother and child from 5th century AD now at the LA County Museum of Artcaptionpaperback 2002 reprint of Kshiti Mohan Sen's 1961 book With only 138 pages for a very grand title Hinduism the book seems overambitious from its cover itself Yet I found it to be a fairly comprehensive account of the history and then

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    That is why brother I became a madcap BaulNo master I obey nor injunctions canons or customMan made distinctions have no hold on me nowI rejoice in the gladness of the love that wells out of my own beingIn love there is no separation

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    Very concise and interesting Also uite unbiased imho

  9. says:

    A concise overview of Hinduism for the general reader

  10. says:

    The kindness and humility of the writer gets through to the reader It is difficult to describe one's own religion impartially but Kshiti Mohan Sen has been remarkable in maintaining objectivity

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