Responses to 101 Questions on Hinduism

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  • Author : John Renard
  • Publisher : Paulist Press
  • Pages : 179 pages
  • ISBN : 9780809138456
  • Rating : 3/5 from 2 reviews
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  • Author : Julius Lipner
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release : 21 April 1994

Hinduism is a vastly complex phenomenon, a world religion with a history of over three thousand years. It has produced men and women who have made outstanding contributions across the range of civilised human behaviour, and played a crucial part in the rise of two other great religions - Buddhism and Sikhism. Julius Lipner was born and raised in India and is able to draw on his own experience of Hindu beliefs and practices to explain what it means to

Classical Hinduism

Classical Hinduism
  • Author : Mariasusai Dhavamony
  • Publisher : Gregorian Biblical BookShop
  • Release : 21 April 1982
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After a brief introduction on the idea of culture, enculturation and acculturation in social anthropology, a theology of culture, symbol and language is treated in order to lead to the central subject-matter of the Christian theology of inculturation, which is articulated in themes such as revelation and culture, redemptive incarnation as an exemplary model of inculturation, Lay people and inculturation, missionary spirituality and inculturation. The final chapters deal with inculturation in the Indian Church, the meeting of the Gospel with

Hinduism a Way of Life

Hinduism  a Way of Life
  • Author : Sitansu S. Chakravarti
  • Publisher : Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
  • Release : 21 April 1991
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This is a book on Hinduism designed to explain many South Asian practices, some not confined to Hindus only, that have very often been misunderstood in North America. The book contains essential information on standard Hindu sacraments and rituals, on dress codes, customs and festivals, on worship practices and sacred images. It provides a sampler of prayers, points for reflection and liturgical formulae. It notes peculiarities of emigre Hindu experience in the United States and Canada and incorporates insights from

Aarti Sangrah

Aarti Sangrah
  • Author : Bhagya Singh
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 15 May 2020
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[Note: This Book Does Not Provide English Transliteration. Here You Will Find Sanskrit/Hindi - Shlokas/Mantras In Simple English Language For Easy Pronunciation Of Mantras For Beginners]Aarti Sangrah-Complete Hindu Gods and Goddesses Aarti Collection [In English]Aarti is a Hindu ritual that is performed by chanting, singing, or praising the Hindu Gods or Hindu Goddesses in the form of a short prayer. Usually, aarti could be simple or extravagant which always includes offering prayers through light or flame.

A Dictionary of Hinduism

A Dictionary of Hinduism
  • Author : W. J. Johnson
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 13 May 2010
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With almost 2,800 entries on all aspects of Hinduism, this is the most up-to-date and comprehensive dictionary of its kind. It covers all the major Hindu practices, texts, beliefs, religious sites, and teachers over a period spanning 3,500 years. An invaluable first port of call for anyone seeking information about Indian religions and culture.

Tales from the Hindu Dramatists

Tales from the Hindu Dramatists
  • Author : R. N. Dutta
  • Publisher : Wildside Press LLC
  • Release : 01 April 2006
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The Sanskrit drama is said to have been invented by the sage Bharata, who lived at a very remote period of Indian history and was the author of a system of music. The earliest references to the acted drama are to be found in the Mahabhashya, which mentions representations of the Kansabadha and the Balibadha, episodes in the history of Krishna. Indian tradition describes Bharat as having caused to be acted before the gods a play representing the Svayamvara of

Vikram and the Vampire

Vikram and the Vampire
  • Author : Lady Isabel Burton
  • Publisher : Dover Publications
  • Release : 21 April 1870
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11 tales, translated by Burton from the Sanskrit Baital-Pachisi, or 25 Tales of a Baital, "hung on [the] thread" of the "laughable" difficulties faced by King Vikram, "the King Arthur of the East," as he and his son attempt to bring a baitel (vampire) to a magician. Cf. Isabel Burton's "Preface" to the 1893 Memorial Ed., p. xi.