The inner world: a psycho-analytic study of childhood and society in India
Through His Psycho-Analytic Study Of Hindu Childhood And Society, The Author Has Revealed Aspects Of Indian Life Which Should Be Of Great Interest To All Who Are Interested In Indian Society And Its Myths, Rituals, Fables And Arts.
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THE HINDU WORLD IMAGE
MOTHERS AND INFANTS
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activity adult aggression anxiety bad mother become behaviour bhakti birth boy's Brahma breast brother caste child childhood chitta concept conflict conscious cult daughter death developmental devotion dharma Ego Psychology emotional Erikson erotic experience extended family fantasy father fear feelings female feminine Freud Ganesha goddess Hindu culture human husband Ibid ideal identification imagery Indian girl Indian identity Indian society Indian women individual individual's infant inner world instinctual intense intimacy jati Krishna legends linga lives M. N. Srinivas Mahabharata male marriage masculine maternal means modern moksha motherhood myth mythology narcissistic Naren's nurturing oedipal organization parents Parvati penis personality phallus processes psyche psychic psycho-analytic psycho-social psychological Putana Raja Yoga Rama reality relationship religious ritual role samadhi sense sexual Shiva Sita Siva social relations stage superego Swami Vivekananda symbol themes thou tion unconscious universal village Vishnu Vivekananda western wife wishes woman world image worship Yogas yogi