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The Hindu Mind: Fundamentals of Hindu Religion and Philosophy for All Ages

The Hindu Mind: Fundamentals of Hindu Religion and Philosophy for All Ages

Bansi Pandit

  • ISBN: 9788178220079, 8178220075
  • Year of Publication: 2014
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Edition: 4th reprint
  • No. of Pages: 448
  • Language: English
Rs. 500.00

Hinduism is the oldest surviving religion on the world. The religions and philosophical literature of Hinduism is vast, diverse and covers thousands of years of accumulated spiritual experiences of Hindu Saints and Seers. This book presents the fundamentals of Hindu religions and philosophical thought in a logical and straightforward manner. The purpose being, to create a story book for further study of Hinduism.

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"THE HINDU MIND provides an excellent introduction to the historical, philosophical, ritualistic, social, and ethical dimensions of Hinduism. The major contribution of the book is that it shows the interconnections among these diverse dimensions. The author brings to the people the key concepts such as Brahman, Karma, dharma, maya and samskara, which constitute the foundational beliefs of Hinduism." - Rajeshwari V. Pandharipande, University of Illinois

"...lucidly explains Hinduism in a nutshell. The handy volume has answers to a number of questions on wide-ranging issues...Each chapter is complete in itself, including highly informative tables and figures and providing cross references..." - News India, U.S.A

"...very interesting, useful and meaningful for the new generation of India growing up fast with the impact and influence of Western thoughts. ...The Hindu Mind relating to Hindu culture with simple language, modern writing and communication skills, clarity of thought for easy comprehension, is an asset for the readers of modern age." - Journal of Sukrtindra Oriental Research Institute, April 2002

"In this highly rewarding book, the author has glorified the wisdom of Hindu heritage to draw the attention of present and future generation of Hindu youths who are forgetting their vast cultural heritage... The cross references, faithful drawings of the sacred deities, and well arranged and organised charts and tables, all make the book highly informative." - Global Religious Vision, Vol.3, Nos. 2-3, Oct 2002 to Jan. 2003.

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