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A rare inside look at the world



The cover, introduction, table of contents and preface to the book.
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Religion is man
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Hinduism Is A Splendrous Lotus with Four Superb Petals

For over 200 years, Western scholars have struggled to understand Hinduism, a faith whose followers seemed (to outsiders) to arbitrarily worship any one of a dozen Gods as the Supreme, a religion vastly diverse in its beliefs, practices and ways of worship.
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Hindu Views on the Nature of Existence

In a very real sense, we are like the spaceman in the photo above, totally dependent on our body, mind, emotions and personal identity to persist in life, just as he depends on his space suit and its supply of oxygen to enable him to exist in space. Take away our body, remove our emotions, erase our identity and what is left?
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A Code of Practices, Beliefs and Attitudes Common to All Hindus

Loving Hindu parents worldwide, of various lineages, have called for A common religious code to teach their sons and daughters. They have asked,
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Insights from Saints and Scholars on What Makes One a Hindu

Few people today ponder the significance of belief. Nevertheless, convictions constitute the foundation for every action. Webster
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A Sacred Creed of One of Hinduism
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Presenting a mountaintop view of the vast library of wisdom that molds and influences Hindu life

Hinduism proudly embraces an incredibly rich collection of scripture. The holiest and most revered are the Vedas and Agamas, two massive compendia of shruti (that which is
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A Bouquet of Verses from the Vedas, Hinduism
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Endearing Icons of Mythology, Mysticism and Devotion Adorn Hindu Art, Architecture and Culture

Symbols adorn our world at every turn, in our spiritual, social and political experience. A ring or gold pendant silently strengthens and attests to wedded love. A sign with a truck silhouette on an angled line warns drivers of steep grades ahead.
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