Sanskrit Epics

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 2004 - Gods, Hindu, in literature - 369 pages
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This is an introduction to philosophy but with a difference. Through out the book metaphysical issues are shown to be rooted in the history of philosophy. At the same time the author`s tratment of each issues leads right into the contemporary situation. Philosophy can scarcely be defined,the author says, but philosophizing can be `shown`. The various section of the book show in a fresh way what such philosophizing can be like.
 

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Contents
1
When Agni Goes Hiding
49
Indra the Lover of Ahalya
127
The story of Uttanka
230
Rebirth and immortality
240
Conclusions
249
Conclusions
295
Bibliography
317
General Index
351
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