Basics of Hinduism

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Unicorn Books, Jan 1, 2008 - Hinduism - 190 pages
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This book provides wide-ranging information on Hindu religion, in a simplified and easy-to-read form. It explains the concepts and beliefs interwoven in the texture of Hinduism, such as Dharma (Duty), Karma (Action), and Moksha (Salvation) as well as aspects of Universal soul, One God and use of symbolism in Hinduism. It also deals with the various aspects of rituals and worship, Sanskaras (Sacraments) and the scriptures, including Hindu philosophy in a concise and simplified form to make it easily understandable. Readers may find the history of Hinduism, its reforms and the present status as a global religion an interesting topic to read. It will be of great appeal to young educated Hindus and even non-Hindus living in India and abroad who will find this book an easy and interesting read and yet comprehensive.

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The Perfect for the youngsters to understand the basic concepts which are unknown in today's fast changing world. I must recommend this to every one to give at least a try which is worth in terms of knowledge they will gain.
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An excellent book for young Hindus who is trying to find out his/her roots to the culture they belong to in this fast changing world.
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