The Hindu religious tradition: a philosophical approach

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Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1978 - Philosophy - 322 pages
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Contents

Preface vii
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SOME RELEVANT HINDU BELIEFS
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RELIGIOUS REALITY AND LEVELS OF INTEGRA
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according Advaita Vedanta Agni approach Arjuna Arthasastra Aryan asceticism Atharvaveda Atman attributeless becomes beliefs Bhagavata Purana bhakti movement bliss Brahma Sutra Brahman Brihadaranyaka Buddhism caste caste system conceived concept consciousness cosmic egg devas Devi Mahatmya devo devotion dharma dharmasastras Dhyana distinct divine doctrine Dravidian Durga earth essence eternal exis existence experience fact finitude function getting born again Gita goddess gunas himself Hindu cosmology Hindu culture Hindu religious tradition Hindu scriptures Hindu tradition Hinduism human India Indra infinite integration itself jiva jivatman Kali Karma Yoga Krishna kshatriya Kundalini law of karma liberation lives Mahabharata man's manifested Max Black maya means mind moksa monism monotheism monotheistic mother goddess name and form nature Nirguna Brahman non-dual one's ontological pantheism Paramatman Patanjali person phenomenal point of view polytheism polytheistic Prakriti pratyahara preached Purana Purusa Ramanuja rather realisation religion religious reality rience Rigveda ritual Rudra sacred Saguna Brahman Saivism Sakti samadhi Samkara Samkhya Sanskrit sattva sattvic Saundaryalahari Self sense Siva social society Soma spiritual Srimad Bhagavatam subtle body sudras supreme Syadvada Taittiriya Tantras tence term theism things thought tion transcendent truth ultimate Upanisads Vaishnava vaishya values Varuna Vedas Vedic Vedic Indians Vishnu Vishnu Purana ween worship Yajnavalkya Yajurveda Yoga Yudhisthira

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