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the necessity which any religious adherent or spiritual seeker would feel for a book of this kind sh ould be obvious. generally, religion goes by rituals and performances of general routines come by wa y of tradition, but the mind of man, being what it
because of undue association with erotic sculpture, khajuraho's significant contribution to the religious art of the country is hardly noticed. this medieval religious town of central india, now a lovely village, preserves an important group of
table of contents: what is religious consciousness? the existence of sorrow the cause of sorrow the fall of man the cessation of sorrow the vedic way of life becoming a good human being: the ten comm andments becoming a good human being: ahimsa, saty
the present work is primarily intended for students. these days are so much of deliberations on the necessity for educational reform, for reassessment of the educational policy of the government. ther e is also a good deal of criticism about the condu
Understanding New Religious Movements
Understanding New Religious Movements
Understanding New Religious Movements
religious art & architecture of north east india by the book deals with the religion, art, architect ure of various religious places belonging to jainism, buddhism, hindu temples of vaishnavism, saivis m, shaktism, etc., churches, mosques. it contains
Encyclopaedia of Faiths and Religions of the World:An Indepth Study of all Religions and Religious Sects, their Doctrines, Rites, Ceremonies and Customs - 5 Volumes
the main design of the present work is, as its title indicates, to exhibit an accurate, comprehensiv e, and impartial view of the "faiths of the world". these are in themselves so numerous, intricate, and often obscure, that fully and satisfactorily t
for those of you who have been wobbling between political movements and spiritual search, this is a wonderful book. it sorts out the virtues and shortcomings of socialism and anarchism, it smashes chr istianitys self-destructive demands of serving oth
the author believes that it would be necessary for a student of indian religions to undertake first of all a long and difficult investigation into sources, and further that from the point of view of t he study of religions what was wanted was wanted w
the hindu samskaras give expression to aspirations and ideals of the hindus. they aim at securing th e welfare of the performer and developing his personality. they go back to a hoary antiquity. the ve das, the brahmanas, the grhyasutras, the dharmasut
body and health in yoga, ayurveda, and tantra.religious therapeutics explores the relationship betwe en psychophysical health and spiritual and health presents a model for interpreting connections betw een religion and medicine in world traditions. thi
table of contents:vedic vishnu and the bhakti cult vasudeva krishna and narayana in early vaisnavism vaisnavism in the gupta and post-gupta agespurusottama jagannatha balabhadra and other divinities sa kti or the mother-goddess kumara and vinayaka in u
authored by one of the foremost living tibetan teachers of modern scholarship. beautifully combines language learning with assimilation into the rich, wide world of tibetan religious culture. presente d in a format of text book manual, the reader is g
tracing the history and evolution of indian medicine is a complex enterprise. continuties of do ctrine and practice rarely occur, preventing historian from positing an unbroken succession of devel opment from earliest time. until now most com
buddhism is an ancient religion that spread across asia in a matter of centuries and had a rare kind of influence on the social and religious life of the asian peoples. the volume stresses on the soci al and cultural transformation brought about by bu
in this book an attempt is made to study the vedic music as a magico-religious phenomenon. music is believed to be either a power-substance or a means to please the gods. music can attract gods and ma ke them do according to the desires of musicians o
this book is divided into two parts. the part deals with the pre-vedic thought which contain p roto-australoid beliefs, mediterranean, indus valley culture, mother-goddess figurine, tree worship, the siva armlet, etc. the vedas, aryan entr
a person in general has feelings of uncertainty and insecurity. to get strength in mind as a support he holds religion the core of culture through rituals and practices to appease gods and goddesses. the present treatise highlights about the religios
in the history of indian philosophical and religious tradition, the 19th century has a great signifi cance. during this period, the indian religious thought was greatly influenced by the western tradit ion. this is called the period of indian renaissan
lord buddha, after the attainment of nirvana under bodhi tree at bodh gaya through the practice of t antra sadhana reflected on the nature and significance of nirvana which resulted into the birth of a new school of philosophy and a new religious orde
this is the first scholarly book devoted to the study of the term dharma with in the broad scope of indian cultural and religious history. most generalizations about indian culture and religion upon c lose scrutiny turn out to be inaccurate. an except
the work deals with the socio-religious history of kashmir in 10 &11 c. a.d. it is based on original works of ksemendra & allied sources including the upto date archaeological evidences. except the oc tagerian writer ksemendra no one has written about
Religious Transformations in the Early Modern World - Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks (Paperback)
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American Religious Liberalism - Leigh E. Schmidt (Paperback)
A Religious History of the American People - Sydney E. Ahlstrom (Paperback)
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