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Dharma in the Hindu Scriptures and in the Bible

Author : James Canjanam Gamaliel
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The Monograph Has 3 Parts. Part I-Dharma In The Hindu Scriptures, Part Ii - Dharma In The Bible, Part Iii- Conclusion-Dharma In Hinduism And In The Bible. Bibliography. It Is An Ispck Publication.

The Hindu Bible

Author : Aditya Satsangi
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Om Ganeshaaya Namah ! Ganesh ji is the original scribe of Bhagavad Gita and Vyasadeva is the original compiler of Bhagavad Gita.Learn The Science behind Karma, Yoga, Reincarnation, Meditation, Three Modes of Nature, Spirit Soul, Super-soul and get introduced to God Himself. This book lets you discover yourself and your direct relationship with the source of all creation and much more. Who is the doer? What is the source of consciousness? Where do we come from? Where do we go after death? How Karma affects our future? Why Yoga is important? Who is the God of Yoga? How does three modes of material nature act on humans? Who are the Gods that control our lives? And much much more...."The Hindu Bible" is the translation of Bhagavad Gita which is the principal spiritual book of all Hindus. It is the only book that speaks only about Soul and not any particular community. This book is my original translation after studying the Sanskrit translations of all previous translators. This book is dedicated to all spiritualists who want to remove all confusion from their minds as to the actual object of meditation. Krishna is universally recognized as Bhagavan, the Supreme Absolute Truth or God that everyone is searching for. In modern parlance, He is God that everyone is looking for. For that there is no doubt. Anyone on the spiritual path will find this translation of Gita to be direct and to the point. Attempt has been made to keep it the way Krishna revealed Himself.This book is a humble attempt on removing all types of misinterpretations. This book draws meanings and translations from great teachers such as Srila Prabhupada, Sri Ramanujacharya, Adi Sankaracharya, Madhava, Vyasadeva, and is dedicated to all previous teachers of this great Vedic tradition.Without being part of tradition, it is impossible to understand this science of Yoga. Yoga is everything and Yogeshwar is the basis of everything that we see or perceive.The reader will get the most authentic information through this book.Aditya SatsangiOther books by Author on Amazon(Search by the term Sattology on Amazon)Sattology - Debunking MythologyThe Making of a Statesman - by Narada MuniThe GitaThe Hindu Bible

Hindu Scriptures

Author : Dominic Goodall
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Hindu Scriptures is a unique collection of Hindu texts spanning more than twenty centuries. Two anthologies entitled Hindu Scriptures have previously appeared in the Everyman series alone, that of Nicol MacNicol in 1938 and that of Professor R.C. Zaehner in 1966. This present title is the enlarged edition of R.C. Zaehner`s anthology, with the addition of three fresh translations, its broad range includes arcane hymns of the ancient Aryans, a manual of prescriptions governing every aspect of the daily life of the orthodox, and rich poetry that describes with heady sensuality the dalliance of Krsna and the cowherd women of Vraja in the nights of the autumn moon. The texts are arranged in chronological order and the Introduction explains the reasons for their inclusion, sets them in context, and briefly characterizes their contents.

Tulsi Ramayana The Hindu Bible

Author : Goswami Tulsidas
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Ramacharitamanas , the Holy-Lake of the enactments of Lord God Rama is an Awadhi rendering of the Ramayana narrative. This Epic, which is religiously studied every day by millions across India, was composed by the medieval saint Tulsidas . In this edition we give a word-to-word Transliteration alongside the Original --making it easy for non-Hindi speakers to read this most Holy Scripture . -An English Translation in natural communicative style follows group of verses. -This is a special edition with the text formatted in two columns making it manageable in size. The Devnagri Font used is large and easy to read. -The transliterated text is placed just below the original verse on every single line making it easy to read along. We also have the other edition:: Ramcharitmanas: Original Text with Transliteration , (ISBN 1945739002) which fits into 322 pages (but has no translation) for those wish to keep a second copy of this Holy Scripture in their worship room or altar .

Devotional Passages from the Hindu Bible

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Devotional Passages from the Hindu Bible 1929

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1929. The Isha Upanishad, Kena Upanishad; Taittireeyo Upanishad; The Aitareyo; The Svetasvatara; Sentences from the Gita; Mystical Passages.

The Bible Trembled

Author : Richard Fox Young
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Windows Into the Infinite

Author : Barbara Powell
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A timely book to understand and put into perspective the vast corpus of the Hindu religious literature which a typical Western reader otherwise finds so daunting that he/she gets discouraged and simply gives up. Besides being of enormous value to spiritual seekers, the book is ideally suited for study in a classroom environment.

Hindu Scriptures

Author : Robert Charles Zaehner
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Gathers selections from the "Rig-Veda," the "Atharva-Veda," the "Upanishads," and the "Bhagavad-Gita"

A Key to the Chronology of the Hindus

Author : Alexander Hamilton
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Man in Search of Immortality

Author : Swami Nikhilananda
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This book, first published in 1968, comprises five articles on the immortality of the soul. According to Hindu tradition this immortality cannot be proved by the scientific method of reasoning – it is based upon scriptural evidence and on the direct experience of enlightened souls. These articles examine the Hindu tradition and provide reasoned support to the scriptures and experiences.

Hindu Scriptures

Author : Hemanta Kāniṭakara
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Hinduism in the home - Vedas - Gurus - Ramayana - Ramalila - Funerals - Weddings - Ganesha worship.

The Addresses and Papers Delivered Before the Parliament and at Abstract of the Congresses Held in the Art Institute Chicago Aug 25 to Oct 15 1893 Under the Auspices of the World s Columbian Exposition

Author : World's Congress of Religions
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The World s Congress of Religions

Author : John Wesley Hanson
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"...Collects 128 pages of hand-picked, favorite party and celebration-themed stories about Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica and friends."--

Explore Hinduism

Author : Bansi Pandit
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Explore Hinduism is a concise but well-rounded introduction to the variety of beliefs and practices, and describes how Hindus think, act and practice their faith in the modern world. Most importantly, it illuminates the 'soul' of Hinduism, its spirituality.

The Bhagavad Gita

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The Bhagavad Gita ("Song of the Lord"), often referred to as simply the Gita, is verse Hindu scripture that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. The Gita is set in a narrative framework of a dialogue between Pandava prince Arjuna and his guide and charioteer Lord Krishna. Facing the duty as a warrior to fight the Dharma Yudhha or righteous war between Pandavas and Kauravas, Arjuna is counselled by Lord Krishna to "fulfill his Kshatriya (warrior) duty as a warrior and establishing Dharma." Inserted in this appeal to kshatriya dharma (chivalry) is "a dialogue ... between diverging attitudes concerning and methods toward the attainment of liberation (moksha)". The Bhagavad Gita was exposed to the world through Sanjaya, who senses and cognizes all the events of the battlefield. Sanjaya is Dhritarashtra's advisor and also his charioteer.

The Brahmin and his Bible

Author : R. S. Sugirtharajah
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On the bicentenary of the publication of Raja Rammohun Roy's Precepts of Jesus, R. S. Sugirtharajah situates Roy's compilation of the moral teachings of Jesus in its social, cultural and political context and analyses the hermeneutical issues it generated. In doing so, he documents the often acrimonious exegetical exchanges between Roy and the missionaries over the standing and status of the Bible; their often differing hermeneutical suppositions and strategies; their contradictory consturals of Jesus; and disputes about translations. Sugirtharajah addresses issues such as the place of the Precepts among earlier Gospel Harmonies, Roy's use of the Improved Version, a highly contentious Unitarian Bible, and his motives for translating his own Hindu texts. Sugirtharajah also demonstrates how Roy's work was a precursor to de-mythologization which the West took up later, and how Roy's identification of Jesus as an Asiatic, and his idea of a moral union between Father and Son, were routinely reused by later Indian writers. An additional feature is a critical look at Thomas Jefferson's The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth, which appeared in the same year and which had a similar interpretative aim and aspiration. This volume also includes Roy's Precepts in full. There have been popular perceptions of Roy as someone who strongly disapproved of various Christian doctrines and was highly rationalistic in his outlook. Sugirtharajah demonstrates that Roy was much more complex in his writings. His initial rationalistic energy and passion, displayed in his Precepts, gave way to something much more intuitively and emotionally based which, ironically, did not disturb the foundations of Christianity but made them stronger and safer for Christians. Sugirtharajah brings to the fore a forgotten but significant work which raised important issues for biblical studies and the power relations between colonized and colonizer over the control of texts and interpretation. He draws lessons from this 19th-century colonial religious controversy for a postcolonial world where religious texts are manipulated to provoke religious hatred and violence.

Hindu Scriptures and American Transcendentalists

Author : Umesh Patri
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In this extraordinarily candid book, Umesh Patri presents a fresh reappraisal of the impact of Indian scriptures on American transcendentalism which flourished in New England in the 19th century. The major premise of the study is that other influences on the transcendentalists, such as Chinese, Persian, Sufi, Arabic, Neo-Platonism and German transcendentalism, are of less significance than that of Indian scriptures comprising of Hindu and Buddhist texts. In the writings of Emerson, Thoreau and minor transcendentalists like Alcott, Fuller, Channing, Johnson, Brownson, etc., the influence of Indian scriptures is clearly discernable. An attempt has been made here to show that Indian scriptures have not only influenced the philosophical thinking of these writers but also their lifestyle and social conduct. It also attempts to show that transcendentalism was not an isolated movement but was a part of a cultural renaissance which swept the entire nation in the wake of avid interest and curiosity in the ancient lore of other countries. Transcendentalism, it is suggested here, continues to affect the thinking of Americans and can be viewed as a continuing movement of thought in American intellectual history. This book draws attention to many aspects of transcendentalism which have not been adequately discussed so far.


Author : Jeaneane D. Fowler
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This book sets out major beliefs and practices which form Hinduism today. It is about living religion - what it is to be Hindu in today's world. It depicts the rich colour and diversity of the many dimensions of Hinduism and deals with the fundamental beliefs which underpin the religion. Contents include the Hindu concept of God; samsara, the cycle of reincarnation; karma, the law of course and effect; dharma, what is right; moksa, the final goal of enlightenment. Hindu scriptures include sruti and smrti literature, the Mahabharat, The Bhagavad Gita and the Ramayana. There is a chapter on Gods and Goddesses: Vishnu the Preserver, Krishna, Siva, the auspicious Ganesh, and the Mother Goddess. Other chapters explain worship in the home and temple, Hindu sysbols, food and caste, festivals and pilgrimages, and life cycles in the Hindu family - particularly, birth, marriages and death. The history and tradition of Hinduism is dealt with in relation to the Indus valley civilization, the Vedic period, the Vedanta, and devotional Hinduism. The book contains a glossary of Hindu terms.

Classical Hinduism

Author : Mariasusai Dhavamony
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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 Asian religions, cultures and aspirations for full humanity, and Asian Christian theology.