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Maharajaj Sir V.S. Rangarao Bahadur

Published by Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd. (1995)

ISBN 10: 8172680791 ISBN 13: 9788172680794

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1995. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # CPC-9788172680794

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Maharajaj Sir V.S & Rangarao Bahadur (Authors)

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Is Hinduism homogenous or heterogeneous in character. The variety in worship, usages and observances often detracts one from the quality of oneness in religion. The sacred writings of the Aryan people are the product of several ages intended for the propagation of particular doctrines, as they were taught from time to time by the founders of the several schools of theology and philosophy. One has thus to endeavour to evolve a rule of guidance out of conflicting statements and practices. This is the objectives of this book, translated from the original in Telgu. One has to consider the Hindu religion as a combination of heterogeneous beliefs. The objects of worship extend from the elements and inanimate objects to Siva and Kesava. But a common name, Hinduism, has been adopted because what ever may be the individual convictions in the greatness of particular deities, Siva and Kesava are, for all Hindus, the general objects of adoration. The book concentrates on four broad aspects of Hinduism: Worship, Observances and Usages, Practical Hinduism and Philosophical Hinduism. All beliefs, images, schools of thought and the mysteries of the Hindu heritage have been studied here in great detail. Printed Pages: 198. Bookseller Inventory # 112352

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Maharajaj Sir V.S. Rangarao Bahadur

Published by Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd. (1995)

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Maharajaj Sir V.S. Rangarao Bahadur

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Is Hinduism homogenous or heterogeneous in character. The variety in worship, usages and observances often detracts one from the quality of oneness in religion. The sacred writings of the Aryan people are the product of several ages intended for the propagation of particular doctrines, as they were taught from time to time by the founders of the several schools of theology and philosophy. One has thus to endeavour to evolve a rule of guidance out of conflicting statements and practices. This is the objectives of this book, translated from the original in Telgu. One has to consider the Hindu religion as a combination of heterogeneous beliefs. The objects of worship extend from the elements and inanimate objects to Siva and Kesava. But a common name, Hinduism, has been adopted because what ever may be the individual convictions in the greatness of particular deities, Siva and Kesava are, for all Hindus, the general objects of adoration. The book concentrates on four broad aspects of Hinduism: Worship, Observances and Usages, Practical Hinduism and Philosophical Hinduism. All beliefs, images, schools of thought and the mysteries of the Hindu heritage have been studied here in great detail. Printed Pages: 198. Bookseller Inventory # 112079

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