Hinduism for Today

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Oxford University Press, 1998 - Hinduism - 64 pages
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Hinduism for Today is part of a series of texts designed to fit the SCAA model syllabuses, which emphasize learning about and learning from religion. Each book consists of 29 two-page spreads with readable text that is highly illustrated and supported by activities. Each book has a one-page glossary and a one-page index. The text explores the ways in which Hindus approach deep questions about the meaning of life and how this affects their daily living.
 

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Contents

Starting out
4
Understanding the truth
6
Finding the soul within
8
Meditating
10
Worshipping
12
Honouring God as Mother
15
Fearing God
16
Trusting in God as Friend
18
Doing what is right
36
Belonging
38
Growing up
42
Getting married
44
Celebrating
46
Receiving and remembering
48
War and peace
51
Doing thinking feeling
52

Going to the temple
20
Receiving the light
23
Offering food
24
Showing reverence and respect
26
Following a leader
28
Looking at creation
30
Going round in circles
32
Acting and becoming
34
Going places
54
Giving up the world
56
Leaving the body
58
Freeing the spirit
60
Glossary
62
Index
63
Acknowledgements
64
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