Hindu Spirituality In A Nutshell

Author: Nilesh Parab
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1435757009
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New to Hinduism? Be familiar with it in no time! Discover the basics of Hindu Spirituality in this easy-to-understand, concise (29 page) booklet, which gives you the big picture of this great religion. Read about: What is Karma? How is Karma related to Destiny? How are Body and Soul different from each other? What is the difference between the Material and Spiritual worlds? How does one attain liberation (also called Mukti/Moksha/Nirvana) from the Material World? Learn about these paradigms from Hindu philosophy with the help of illustrations in the book.Table of Contents1. Rebirth and the Soul2. Two Realms of Existence3. Creation-Annihilation4. The Trapped Soul5. Karma: The Puppeteer6. Liberation/Mukti7. The Journey Home

Hindu Spirituality In A Nutshell

Author: Nilesh Parab
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1435757009
Size: 12,97 MB
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New to Hinduism? Be familiar with it in no time! Discover the basics of Hindu Spirituality in this easy-to-understand, concise (29 page) booklet, which gives you the big picture of this great religion. Read about: What is Karma? How is Karma related to Destiny? How are Body and Soul different from each other? What is the difference between the Material and Spiritual worlds? How does one attain liberation (also called Mukti/Moksha/Nirvana) from the Material World? Learn about these paradigms from Hindu philosophy with the help of illustrations in the book.Table of Contents1. Rebirth and the Soul2. Two Realms of Existence3. Creation-Annihilation4. The Trapped Soul5. Karma: The Puppeteer6. Liberation/Mukti7. The Journey Home

A Guide To Hindu Spirituality

Author: Arvind Sharma
Editor: World Wisdom, Inc
ISBN: 9781933316178
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"Renowned scholar of Hinduism, Arvind Sharma, presents a concise and highly accessible introduction to the essence of Hindu spirituality which includes 13 black-and-white illustrations. His study begins with an outline of the major schools of Hinduism and then investigates key philosophical topics and spiritual methods. A useful Appendix provides the reader with a more in-depth explanation of Hindu doctrines."--BOOK JACKET.

Hindu Spirituality

Author: Mariasusai Dhavamony
Editor: Gregorian Biblical BookShop
ISBN: 9788876528187
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Hindus make a clear distinction between morality and spirituality, for their aim is not merely to become perfect human beings but to become one with the personal God through love in union with him or to become identified with the universal Spirit of the Absolute. They propose, besides morality, higher paths of spiritual wisdom and love of God. This book deals with the religious quest of Hinduism, the seers and God-men as founders of Hindu spirituality, faith in the guru, the ideal of the spiritual person (sadhu), Hindu hospitality and tolerance, the Hindu way to peace, the experience of God through love and union, and finally, the Hindu meaning of death and eschatology.

The Jewish Encounter With Hinduism

Author: Alon Goshen-Gottstein
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137455292
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Hinduism has become a vital 'other' for Judaism over the past decades. The book surveys the history of the relationship from historical to contemporary times, from travellers to religious leadership. It explores the potential enrichment for Jewish theology and spirituality, as well as the challenges for Jewish identity.

Hindu Gods

Author: Priya Hemenway
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811836456
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Hindu gods serve mankind with compassion and devotion, breathing wisdom into every aspect of life. This exquisitely illustrated book presents profiles of 30 deitiesfrom the powerful triad of Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver, and Shiva the destroyer, to the colorful supporting cast of gods such as Ganesha and Saraswati. Author Priya Hemenway tells the stories of how these gods came to be, how theyre worshipped, and how they remain forever alive in the hearts of those who seek to know themselves.

Hindu Spirituality

Author: K. R. Sundararajan
Editor: Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
ISBN: 9788120819375
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The term hindu is referred to the religious life of the people of India, and Spirituality understood as wisdom about the way back into the ground of pluralism of religious forms. These two volumes are strucrtured along the division between the classical and the postclassical.Twenty seven scholars from around the world shed light on the spiritual beauty of Hinduisms poetry art and temples, festivals and music, as well as the contributions of modern pioneers such as Swami Vivekananda Sri Aurobindo, Mahatma Gandhi and others.

The Hindu Mind

Author: Bansi Pandit
Editor: New Age Books
ISBN: 9788178220079
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Hinduism is the oldest surviving religion in the world. The religious 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 religious and philosophical thought in a logical and straightforward manner. The purpose being, to create a story book for further study of Hinduism.

How To Become A Hindu

Author: Sivaya Subramuniyaswami
Editor: Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
ISBN: 9788120818118
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A genuine system of spiritual knowledge should have all the characteristics of a scientific theory. It should provide a logically consistent description of reality, and it should entail procedures which can be used to verify important features of this description. The system should be in agreement with existing mechanistic theories insofar as they are valid, but it may be expected to clash with many elements of the modern scientific world view that rest on unsound speculation and extrapolation. Most importantly, the system should contain practical methods of obtaining absolute information about the ultimate meaning and purpose of life. In this book the author tries to make a positive contribution by describing such a system of spiritual knowledge. This means that he introduces a specific system of theory and practice that has been expressed in a particular language and handed down in a particular cultural tradition. Since a practical science must exist in concrete form, it is not possible for me to avoid these details. Nonetheless, his concern is with general principles that are universally applicable. His purpose is to demonstrate the possibility of a scientific system of spiritual knowledge by describing an actual example of such a system. The author does not want to pass judgment on other systems or become embroiled in any kind of sectarian controversy.