By Brigadier Rattan Kaul
By Brigadier Rattan Kaul
By Beth Roy
Using first-person money owed of Hindus and Muslims in a distant Bangladeshi village, Beth Roy evocatively describes and analyzes a large-scale revolt that profoundly altered existence within the region within the Fifties. She presents an extraordinary glimpse into the hearts and minds of the individuals and their households, whereas concerning quite a number broader matters which are important to the sociology of groups in clash: the altering that means of community; the impression of the state on neighborhood society; the character of memory; and the strength of neighborly enmity in reshaping strength relationships during times of change.
Roy's findings illustrate vital theoretical matters in psychology and sociology, and her conclusions will tremendously curiosity scholars of ethnic/race family members, clash solution, the sociology of violence, agrarian society, and South Asia.
By Rahul Kabade
By Stephen Knapp
This publication provide you with a whole approach for advancing at the religious course, making approach for person empowerment, freedom, and religious illumination.
Stephen Knapp has studied the key Vedic texts of India and practiced yoga and the jap teachings for over 40 years. He has traveled broadly all through India and has taken over 17,000 images of the various holy areas he has visited. He has authored over twenty well-received books on Vedic tradition and its religious philosophy. He maintains to put in writing books, articles, and provides lectures at numerous venues. additional information approximately him and his initiatives are available at: www.stephen-knapp.com, or at http://stephenknapp.wordpress.com.
By Greg Bailey
A significant contribution towards the continuing debates at the nature and background of Hinduism in India
Hinduism in India: The Early Period covers the main thematic and historic elements of Hinduism in historical and medieval India, emphasising totally on trust constructions, rituals, theology, artwork, and myths. even though the publication specializes in the interval from 2 hundred BCE to 1200 ACE, the chapters make a number of references to principles and practices previous and following this era. it is a mirrored image of the truth that the cultural entity named “Hinduism” has been in a means of consistent swap and evolution, and maintains to illustrate many recognizably historical parts even today.
By Christian Lee Novetzke
By Federico Squarcini
Ex Oriente lux, luxus, luxuria è dunque il luogo dell'incontro fra questi differenti ambiti. È il punto di vista da cui si possono delineare e tracciare schemi di correlazioni e di nessi, grazie ai quali unire fra loro elementi autonomamente collegati a uno o più termini della triade.
By Sushil Mittal,Gene Thursby
By Devdutt Pattanaik
By Eli Jaxon-Bear,Gangaji
Everybody desires to be at liberty. regrettably, rather few in achieving bliss. Eli Jaxon-Bear explores the way it is feasible to accomplish lives full of gratitude and love. precise happiness and which means are accomplished, he asserts, after we get up, cease our minds, and open our hearts. it really is then that we find our precise selves; our center id that's a part of the last word residing intelligence of the universe; our precise source.
Like Gangaji, Jaxon-Bear makes use of a style of self-investigation known as “self-inquiry.” within the mild of direct self-inquiry, obstacles that when looked as if it would outline ourselves are stumbled on to be extra like obvious traces drawn on water. They exist in simple terms at the floor of attention in one’s mind's eye. while those illusions of brain are essentially uncovered, precise unlimited being unearths itself.
This is a booklet that may entice people who find themselves fanatics of Gangaji, Byron Katie, and Eckart Tolle. it's an articulate and valuable expression of a route to achievement for these wrestling with questions of id and meaning.