Windows into the infinite: a guide to the Hindu scriptures

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Asian Humanities Press, 1996 - Religion - 458 pages
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A timely book to understand and put into perspective the vast corpus of the Hindu religious literature which a typical Western reader otherwise finds so daunting that he/she gets discouraged and simply gives up. Besides being of enormous value to the spiritual seekers, the book is ideally suited for study in a classroom environment.

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User Review  - H Narine - Goodreads

This is an excellent book for anyone interested in this topic. The material is covered in a logical and well-organized way. A must read for all hindus as it puts perspective on several of the numerous hindu scriptures. Read full review

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User Review  - Ramesh - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book so much, I lent it to this guy a few years ago and still havnt got it back. Looks like I'll have to buy another copy. Book is nicely written, it captures the sprit of various Vedic text in a detailed, in a meaningful way. Read full review

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Contents

List of Diagrams
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How to Read and Interpret a Sacred Text
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Are the Deities and Mythologies Real?
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