Hinduism, the universal truth
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Published by Brijbasi Printers in New Delhi .
Written in English


  • Hinduism.

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Edition Notes

StatementBhupendra Kumar Modi.
LC ClassificationsBL1202 .M63 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination108 p. :
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1061740M
ISBN 108171070337
LC Control Number93907198

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About the Book Hinduism is the world’s oldest religion, the third largest religion in the world in terms of the number of its followers, and the largest of the non-Biblical traditions. It has the largest number of temples, sacred sites, festivals, philosophical texts, monks and yoga practitioners of any religion. Yet Hinduism is wrongly denigrated as a narrow ethnic belief that one has to he Followed by over a billion people, including a great majority in India, Hinduism is the third largest religion in the world. The teachings of Yoga and Vedanta are followed by millions in every continent. Enriched with a profound pluralistic view, Hinduism emphasizes that the Truth is One but has many :// Contents Note on New Edition xii Author's Preface xiv Important Facts about Hinduism xx Part I The Universal Dharma The Search for a Universal and Eternal Tradition 3 Sanatana Dharma: Hinduism ina a Universal Light 9 Religion and Spirituality: the Search for Universality 21 Religion or Dharma: Belief or the Nature of Truth 33 1 Hinduism helps also by providing all the necessary guidance and guidelines to understand, know, and follow the Truth and at the end leaves the responsibility of taking final decision on the individual. Hinduism never forces anybody in following the religion, it just tells about the Truth. Shad Darshan shows the science of how to know the ?tag=universal.

  with so universal an appeal. “ALL ABOUT HINDUISM” is intended to meet the needs of those who want to be introduced to the various facets of the crystal that is Hinduism. The book, which was first published in , has now been rearranged in a more convenient form, with useful additions here and there, and is now released in its fifth :// The Heart of Hinduism text book is produced by ISKCON Educational Services, UK. ISKCON, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, belongs to the Vaisnava tradition of Hinduism. The Heart of Hinduism, in the spirit of the tradition, aims to be non-sectarian, even-handed, and respectful in its description of all the Hindu :// /doctrine-and-scripture/hindu-sacred-books. In Hinduism, truth has a broader meaning. Literally speaking, the word satya means true, real, genuine, honest, sincere, the world of Brahman or the highest world (satyalok), an epoch (satya-yug), and water (life support). It also represents any divinity or being who personifies truth, character, and ://   to the Absolute Truth and Ultimate Reality — it is the Philosophia Perenis. History & Development Hinduism is a living religion which has evolved gradually over years. It has an unique in‐ built ability to adapt itself to changing circumstances. The most important of the lawgivers says:—

Hinduism has no single book, like the Bible, that serves as its foundation. Instead it has many sacred writings which have contributed to its beliefs. The most important of these writings include (1) the Vedas, (2) the Puranas, (3) the Ramayana, (4) the Mahabharata, (5) the BhagavadGita, and (6) the Manu :// When people attempt to cast Dharmic values in the mold of ‘universal values’ of Abrahamic religions, it creates numerous problems for both Dharmic and non-Dharmics people. However, these are nothing in comparison to the violent, exploitative and demeaning effects of proselytizing Abrahamic :// The Eternal Universal Truth of the Soul shares the beliefs and teachings of Hinduism (also known as Sanatan Dharm) to enlighten all of humanity in both the present and future times. In one’s life both good and bad times can ://   Hinduism is an Indian religion, or a way of life. Hinduism is widely practiced in South Asia mainly in India and sm is the oldest religion in the world, and Hindus refer to it as Sanātana Dharma, "the eternal tradition," or the "eternal way," beyond human history. Scholars regard Hinduism as a combination of different Indian cultures and traditions, with diverse ogy  Definitions  Beliefs  Main traditions  Hindu texts  Festivals