Indra’s Net: Defending Hinduism’s

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HarperCollins Publishers India, Jan 14, 2014 - Religion
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Originating in the Atharva Veda, the concept of Indra’s Net is a powerful metaphor for interconnectedness. It was transmitted via Buddhism’s Avatamsaka Sutra into Western thought, where it now resides at the heart of post-modern discourse. According to th
 

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Rajiv Malhotra's work is an eye-opener on how the west is attempting to downgrade, devalue and ultimately digest Hinduism. It is a primer on how looking at Hinduism through a western lens is inadequate and flawed. This is a must read for all students of comparative religion and for those who want to truly understand Hinduism, and more importantly to defend it from the narrow minds of the west. 

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Some Dalits a long time ago said that
these people are simply myth makers
in reply to that he wrote this book and has nothing to do with
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Contents

Dedication
Debating Hinduism
Examination of My Opponents Positions 1 Eight Myths to be Challenged
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