The Origins and Development of Classical Hinduism

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Beacon Press, 1989 - Religion - 159 pages
Discusses the art, architecture, literature, and religion of Southern Asia, traces the rise of Hinduism and other religions, and depicts its influence on Asian culture

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This is a good book to start with if you want to get acquainted with early hinduism. Discusses the key texts and their implications in a very clear manner. Actually I thought it was a bit too short, the author could well have expanded his presentation to include a little bit more detail. Read full review

Contents

The Beginnings of Religion in South Asia I
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Early Speculations and the Later
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The Development of Philosophy and the
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