Classical Hindu Thought: An Introduction
Classical Hindu Thought is divided into sections, dealing with key concepts such as karma, dharma, maya, moksa, varna; the main gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon - Debi, Siva, Brahma, Visnu - and texts such as the Purusarthas and Vedas. It also deals with different systems of yoga - Jnana yoga, Bhakti yoga, and Karma yoga.
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A Conceptual Introduction
A Historical Survey
Nirguna and Saguna
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