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Free eBook Hidden Glory of India the download ISBN: 1845990692
Author: Steven J. Rosen
Publisher: Motilal UK Books of India (2004)
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This book is about the religions of India - not about India in general. Virtually the entire book is about Hinduism. There are plenty of pictures, diagrams and maps to accompany the descriptions.

This book is about the religions of India - not about India in general. For someone (like me) wanting an overview of Hinduism, this was a very helpful book. The only negatives: it was too 'busy' and it didn't go into the actual day-to-day practices. For a primer, this is a good choice.

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Published by Motilal UK Books of India (first published September 16th 2002) . Steven J. Rosen has a strong view on vegetarianism and has written Diet for Transcendence: Vegetarianism and the World Religions (1997, previously published as Food for the Spirit) and Holy Cow: The Hare Krishna Contribution to Vegetarianism and Animal Rights (2004). In the former volume, he systematically explains the practice of vegetarianism in various religious traditions, such as Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and Judaism, with special attention to the philosophical schools of India.

Rosen, Steven J. (2002), The Hidden Glory of India, Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, ISBN 0-89213-351-1

Rosen, Steven J. (2002), The Hidden Glory of India, Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, ISBN 0-89213-351-1. Rosen, Steven J. (2003), From Nothingness to Personhood: A Collection of Essays on Buddhism from a Vaishnava-Hindu Perspective, Rasbihari Lal & Sons, ISBN 81-87812-43-5. (2004), Holy Cow: The Hare Krishna Contribution to Vegetarianism and Animal Rights, Lantern Books, ISBN 1-59056-066-3. (2006), Essential Hinduism, Greenwood Publishing Group, ISBN 0-275-99006-0

This title is not about the exotic land itself, but rather the hidden glory of Vaishnavism. It may not be the most well-known form of Hinduism but it is India's richest and most significant religious tradition.

This title is not about the exotic land itself, but rather the hidden glory of Vaishnavism. This book focuses on the Vaishnava tradition and its contemporary manifestations. ISBN13:9780892133512.

Unlike many books that explore India or Eastern spirituality, this work focuses on how Vaishnavism is India’s .

Unlike many books that explore India or Eastern spirituality, this work focuses on how Vaishnavism is India’s richest and most significant religious tradition. Those familiar with Krishna, Shiva, Ganesha, and Brahma will find them here described in their full cultural and scriptural context.

Author(s): Steven Rosen. Title: Hidden Glory of India the. Publisher: Motilal UK Books of India. Condition: Acceptable. Hidden Glory of India The 9781845990695 by Steven Rosen Paperback. Pre-owned: lowest price.

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His recent titles include Essential Hinduism ( Praeger, 2006), Krishna’s Song: A New Look at the Bhagavad Gita ( Greenwood, 2007), and The Yoga of Kirtan: Conversations on the Sacred Art of Chanting ( FOLK Books, 2008). Items Related to The Hidden Glory Of India (Hindu Books). A Divine Biography of Lord Ram and Glory of Lord's Holy Name (Set of Two Volumes).

His recent books include The Hidden Glory of India (2001) and Holy War: Violence and the Bhagavad Gita (2002). In addition, Greenwood Press has recently released his reference book on Hinduism as part of their Introduction to the Major World Religions series. Библиографические данные.

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Minha
Make sure you read the description and check out the 'Look Inside' feature above. This book is about the religions of India - not about India in general.

Virtually the entire book is about Hinduism. There are plenty of pictures, diagrams and maps to accompany the descriptions. For someone (like me) wanting an overview of Hinduism, this was a very helpful book.

The only negatives: it was too 'busy' and it didn't go into the actual day-to-day practices. For a primer, this is a good choice.
Defolosk
Very nice book on India and too very quick delivery. Thank you!
Danskyleyn
I used this book on my trip to India. A comprehensive and clear book about India (culture, religion, people, etc) I would highly recommend this if you are visiting India or if you would like to just have some knowledge about the country.
skyjettttt
Excellent introduction to Vashnaism. Lots of great pictures!
Bludworm
This book's speciality is its simplicity. It has two pages dedicated for each mythological character, relegion and festivals. It gives an easy-to-understand explanation for each with some illustrations. Good reading for adults and school-going children. I have decided to buy multiple copies and give it as a birthday gift all year long to various people.
Precious
Product was just as I had hoped. The book was in good condition at the right price. I received the book, not waiting too long. Thanks. Bruce M.
Nikobar
In this little book one can get familiar with keystones of vaisnava tradition. Illustration are colorful and beautiful and texts are well written and to the point. Short enough yet informative. It's a kind of book you can have around and browse through every now and then. I loved this kind of books as a kid. Well...it turns out I still do.
This book gave me a deep insight into the Indian culture and it's spiritual roots. When I heard about India I was always attracted to its mysticism and colorful culture but wasn't able to understand the meaning of all the details of life in India. This book opened my eyes and gave me an understanding about the Indian, or better to say Vedic, perspective on life and it's meaning as well as the origin of the belief in the "holy cows" and worship of many different personalities.

Altogether it is a guidebook to Indian religion, culture and life in general.