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         Hinduism:     more books (100)
  1. Introducing Hinduism (World Religions) by Hillary Rodrigues, 2006-09-06
  2. Hinduism: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guides) by Klaus K. Klostermaier, 2007-12-05
  3. Hinduism (World Religions Series) by Ranchor Prime, 2005-03-05
  4. Inner Teachings of Hinduism Revealed by Master Choa Kok Sui, 2004-06-14
  5. Hinduism - An Introduction by Shakunthala Jagannathan, 1999-04-15
  6. Unifying Hinduism: Philosophy and Identity in Indian Intellectual History (South Asia Across the Disciplines) by Andrew J. Nicholson, 2010-09-20
  7. Hinduism by Vasudha Narayanan, 2004-11-01
  8. A Dictionary of Hinduism (Oxford Paperback Reference) by W. F. Johnson, 2010-05-13
  9. Hinduism in Bali (Families and Their Faiths) by Frances Hawker, Putu Resi, 2009-08
  10. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Hinduism (Illustrated Encyclopedia of...) by Rasamandala Das, 2011-08-16
  11. Hinduism : Its Meaning for the Liberation of the Spirit by Swami Nikhilananda, 1992-12
  12. Hinduism and Christianity by Swami Satprakashananda, 1975-06-01
  13. The Camphor Flame: Popular Hinduism and Society in India by C. J. Fuller, 2004-07-26
  14. Encyclopedia of Hinduism (Encyclopedia of World Religions) by Constance A. Jones, James D. Ryan, 2007-10-30

21. The Directory Of Hindu Resources Online
Indepth collection of Hindu resources. Provides a list of temples and looks into ancient scriptures and sciences like Yoga and Ayurveda. If the panel succeeds, the birth of hinduism would be pushed back at least 1 000 years by establishing that the ancient

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    This site is a public service inspired by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami
    Who is a Hindu? "Acceptance of the Vedas with reverence; recognition of the fact that the means or ways to salvation are diverse; and the realization of the truth that the number of gods to be worshiped is large, that indeed is the distinguishing feature of the Hindu religion." B.G. Tilak's definition of what makes one a basic Hindu, as quoted by India's Supreme Court. On July 2, 1995, the Court referred to it as an "adequate and satisfactory formula."
    Dedication is dedicated to Hindu solidarity, culture and the dissemination of the vast and timeless knowledge of our great Sanatana Dharma to all the people of the world. This is a public service of Himalayan Academy , publishers of Hinduism Today Magazine Goal
    The goal of is to publish and connect all Hindu organizations, leaders and resources such as news, events, publications, Vedic sciences, art, music and culture on the Internet's World Wide Web. About Submitting Your Hindu Sites For information about submitting a Hindu website to this directory, please

22. Hinduism Today Magazine
A news magazine articulating Indian spirituality.Category Society Religion and Spirituality Shopping Booksellers......hinduism Today Magazine, affirming Sanatana Dharma and recording themodern history of a billionstrong global religion in renaissance.

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H INDUISM T ODAY is an award-winning, Macintosh-generated, full color quarterly news magazine articulating Indian spirituality for 135,000 readers around the world. It was founded January 5, 1979, by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami for the following purposes:
  • To foster Hindu solidarity as a "unity in diversity" among all sects and lineages; To inform and inspire Hindus worldwide and people interested in Hinduism; To dispel myths, illusions and misinformation about Hinduism; To protect, preserve and promote the sacred Vedas and the Hindu religion, especially the Nandinatha Sampradaya; To nurture a truly spiritual Hindu renaissance. To publish a resource for Hindu leaders and educators who promote Sanatana Dharma.
  • For the whole story, see "Who, What, When and Why Hinduism Today."
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    Sacred Aums are now on the web, free for all to enjoy and use: As many of you know, the monks at Kauai Aadheenam in Hawaii have been collecting Aums (also spelled Oms) for many decades. We found these sacred symbols on walls in India and T-shirts in Colombo, in wrought iron gate designs on temples and painted in the sand with colorful grains. Plus the intrepid Hinduism Today designers made our own over the years, and scores came in through e-mail from every corner of the globe. We even made a CD with high-resolution versions. Today marks the first day in history when these aum designs and illustrations, signs and digital creations are ALL on the web, free and abundant, our gift to you all. Bookmark this page, so anytime you need an idea, or a web button you can grab one of these remarkable creatures.

    23. Hinduism And Polygamy
    This page presents the attitude of hinduism towards polygamy.
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    Polygamy Polygamy and polyandry were prevalent In ancient India, but it is doubtful whether they were ever popular in the public opinion. It was practiced mostly by the warrior castes and rich merchants. Many Hindu gods are also depicted as polygamous, with two or more wives. The goddesses are not actually wives in the physical sense but pure universal energies who assist their gods to maintain dharma (good order) in the universe. They do not possess physical bodies, though they can appear in human form if they want to. Present day Hindus consider both polygamy and polyandry primitive and archaic, remnants of an old society that still haunt the lives of a few unfortunate victims. In India Hindus acknowledge polygamy as both illegal and immoral. If we study the history of ancient India, we realize that polygamy and polyandry were practiced by the rich and the powerful, while the sages and seers were strictly monogamous or completely celibate. We also notice that whether it was in the past or in the present, polygamy was never a popular practice in the public opinion. Hinduism does not favor Polygamy Hindu scriptures describe the family as a social institution, and at the same time as an integral part of this illusory world. In the ultimate sense the institution family is meant to keep each individual chained to the world of illusion. The relationships in the family are meant to develop attachment, selfishness and desires. In the end these relationships really do not last and each individual in it is left to himself.

    24. Hinduism Online
    readers with the best possible experience, we have provided this page in place ofmany old URLs to help you find the depth of information on hinduism you are

    25. Karma To Grace
    Christian view of hinduism and Hindu concepts of karma, selfrealization, and yoga meditation. Life stories of conversion from karma to grace. hinduism and Christ compared and contrasted.


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    Karma to Grace is a web site designed to promote dialogue between Christians and Hindus. The immediate aim of Karma to Grace is to present a comparison and contrast of and between the ideas of Christianity and Hinduism. It is our desire to present these ideas accurately and fairly. We want to see the basic concepts of Hinduism and Christianity explained and understood. Though you may not agree with everything presented here, we hope you will gain a greater understanding of the teachings of Hinduism and of Christianity. In some cases there are parallels in these teachings, and in some cases there are deep contrasts. We hope you will respect our attempt to let each idea speak for itself. There are several aspects of this site. The goal of dialogue and accurate explanation is aimed at in the first aspect of the site, the " Articles " section, as well as most of the other sections. The "

    26. Hinduism Unveiled: Forbidden Verses In Hindu Scriptures
    Shows verses allowing polygamy in Hindu Scriptures and examples of polygamy.
    This is Hinduism's X-Files and Hinduism's XXX-Files.
    WARNING: Although all the scriptural excerpts below are genuine, truth can sometimes be too much to handle. Therefore, Hindus who may be weak-hearted, pregnant or in otherwise ill-health should not proceed any further. If you are viewing this site on the Internet, the best advice for such Hindus is to turn off the computer right now.
    ATTENTION: All information on this site may be freely distributed, reproduced, or printed, for non-profit, in part or in full, without prior permission.
    Hinduism Unveiled: Forbidden Verses in Hindu Scriptures.
    There is a Sanskrit saying, SATYAMEVA JAYATE , which means TRUTH ALONE TRIUMPHS
    Indeed.... Therefore, let the SWORD OF TRUTH unveil numerous aspects of Hinduism.....
    tapas: asceticism; energy of asceticism.
    linga: phallus, especially Lord Siva's phallus. raksasas: ogres; demons; goblins. apsarases: celestial nymphs; they are usually sent by the gods to seduce raksasa enemies or powerful ascetics, however often the gods themselves become seduced by these nymphs.

    27. Indien : Hinduism
    En sida om hinduismen i Indien.
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    29. Islamzine.Com
    Critical analysis of hinduism from an Islamic perspective.Category Society Religion and Spirituality hinduism Muslim Views......In the Name of Allah, most Compassionate, most Merciful. hinduism. Basic Elementsof hinduism; Caste System in hinduism; hinduism Exposed; Who are the Brahmins?
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    30. Encyclopedia Of Hinduism Home Page
    A 18 volume Encyclopedia on hinduism.Category Reference Encyclopedias Subject Encyclopedias Religion...... . Encyclopedia of hinduism A PROJECT FOR THE THIRD MILLENIUM. . Formore information on Encyclopedia of hinduism, email,
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    31. The Caste System In Hinduism
    A basic introduction to the caste system, including an account of its religious justification.

    The Caste System and
    the Stages of Life in Hinduism
    The pattern of social classes in Hinduism is called the "caste system." The chart shows the major divisions and contents of the system. The basic castes are called " ," or "colors." Subcastes, or " ," are subdivisions of the
    The Bhagavad Gita says this about the [41] The works of Brahmins, Ks.atriyas, Vaishyas, and Shudras are different, in harmony with the three powers of their born nature. [42] The works of a Brahmin are peace; self-harmony, austerity, and purity; loving-forgiveness and righteousness; vision and wisdom and faith. [43] These are the works of a Ks.atriya: a heroic mind, inner fire, constancy, resourcefulness, courage in battle, generosity and noble leadership. [44] Trade, agriculture and the rearing of cattle is the work of a Vaishya. And the work of the Shudra is service. Gandhi . This is no more than a rationalization: the came first, and they are based on birth. The came later, and provide a poor explanation anyway, since the gun.a tamas is associated with both twice born and once born, caste and outcaste.

    32. An Introduction To Hinduism
    hinduism for beginners a brief discussion on the basics of this universalreligion - in 6 short chapters. An Introduction to hinduism.

    hinduism -. World's Oldest. RELIGION. hinduism is referred to as SanatanaDharma, the eternal faith. hinduism is not strictly a religion.
    : HINDUISM :-
    World's Oldest
    Through the history of man kind many religion came and went, but Hinduism with its long history is the oldest religion which is very much alive to date. Statistically, there are over 800 million Hindus, mainly in India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Hinduism is referred to as Sanatana Dharma, the eternal faith. Hinduism is not strictly a religion. It is based on the practice of Dharma, the code of life. Since Hinduism has no founder, anyone who practices Dharma can call himself a Hindu. He can question the authority of any scripture, or even the existence of the Divine. Despite being the oldest religion, the truth realized by the seers prove that the Truth and path provided by Hinduism is beyond time.
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    Learn about Savism a branch of Hinduism Lord Murugan Learn about Vaishnavam another main branch of Hinduism Nine FAQ'S on HINDUISM Hinduism MYTHS AND FACTS One of Hinduism's scared text Bhagavad-Gita Link 1 Link 2 The HINDU CALENDAR Hinduism Today magazine click here.

    34. Mysticism In World Religions: Frames Version
    Explores the mystical literature of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, hinduism, and Taoism. Consists of quotations from various scriptures and the writings of individual mystics compared and contrasted by topic.
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    35. Vedanta Center Of Atlanta
    Swami Yogeshananda teaches Vedanta, its philosophy and application in daily life. Tucker, Georgia. (hinduism)
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    36. Sacred-Texts: Hinduism
    The full text of all four Vedas in English, as well as the text of the Rig Veda in Sanskrit, and many Category Society Religion and Spirituality Religious Texts Vedas......Sacred Texts of hinduism; complete translation of the RigVeda, transcribed SanskritRig-Veda, Max Mullers' translation of the Upanishads, the Bhaghavad Gita
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    The Vedas
    There are four Vedas, the Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda. The Vedas are the primary texts of Hinduism. They also had a vast influence on Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. The Rig Veda, the oldest of the four Vedas, was composed about 1500 B.C., and written down about 600 B.C. The Vedas contain hymns, incantations, and rituals from ancient India. Along with the Book of the Dead , the Enuma Elish , the I Ching , and the Avesta , they are among the most ancient religious texts still in existence. Besides their spiritual value, they also give a unique view of everyday life in India four thousand years ago. The Vedas are also the most ancient extensive texts in an Indo-European language, and as such are invaluable in the study of comparative linguistics. RIG VEDA
    The Rig-Veda
    translated by Ralph Griffith [1896] This is a complete English translation of the Rig Veda.

    37. Exploring Religions Home
    Overviews of Buddhism, Christianity, hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. Includes an extensive crosslinked glossary for each religion.
    - Choose One - Buddhism Christanity Hinduism Islam Judaism Written by Paul Flesher
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    Sponsored by the Religious Studies Program at the University of Wyoming This site has been approved by: If you did not find the religious information you were looking for here we recommend you search the following... 30,000 free, clean resources for education. Search Web Sites You should also visit the Religious Studies Section of Student Advantage Research which has catalogued more than 2000 websites of religious interest. These sites were classified and abstracted in Wyoming under the editorship of UW's Religious Studies Program. The Glossary section of each religion in Exploring Religions is listed with

    38. Schools
    hinduism for Schools. Vivekananda Centre London. Introduction to Schools Pages GCSEhinduism Email your questions to us. GCSE hinduism for Schools. Introduction.
    Hinduism for Schools Vivekananda Centre London Introduction to Schools Pages: GCSE Hinduism: To go to the Schools pages click There are 16 school pages to view. The index page also contains Fact Finder List for quick reference. GCSE Hinduism on the internet. GCSE course details at the bottom of this page. You can study Hinduism on the internet provided you are able to attend two revision sessions in London at the end of May and early June 2002. You have to enroll before end of December for GCSE examinations. The date for the examinations are Friday 6 th June 2003 and Friday 13 th June. You will be expected to come to London for the examination. To apply Email: Visit a Temple and carry out worship This site is for young children who will enjoy the experience of visiting a temple and carrying out worship. Click on the site then the children can offer flowers, ring a bell, offer a coconut, and carry out the aarti ceremony by clicking various artifacts. Let us worship… Click for Prayers including the Gayatri: Prayers Gita Site (for seniors students): Gita for Schools site GCSE Hinduism for Schools Introduction to GCSE Hinduism The Examining Board: This Site covers the syllabus set by: The Edexcel Board. (London University Board).

    39. Hinduism
    A critical look at Islam and Muslims from a Hindu perspective.
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    40. Hinduism - Academic Info
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