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HINDU: Joy of Life in this present new edition is an attempt to simplify the tenets of an age-old religion and to demystify it for the reader of today. Utpal K Banerjee delves into the past to bring understanding to the present. This book is a quest to discover the enduring vitality that exists in the Hindu way of life. 'Hindu: Joy of Life': In this present new edition, there is an attempt to simplify the tenets of an age-old religion and to demystify it for the reader of today. Utpal K Banerjee delves into the past to bring understanding to the present. This book is a
An outstanding scholar of both Indian and Western Philosophy has elucidated in several separate chapters, the Hindu Mysticism, Philosophy and Religion as reflected in these ancient Upanisadic texts in a very lucid and clear language and flowing style. He has not only crystal clear understanding of the basic doctrines and principles of Hindu view of life as reflected in the Upanisads but also has deep insight into the subject of exposition. He has very often referred to and compared the philosophical standpoints held by Western philosophers.
Socioethical and philosophical foundations of the Hindu society as conceived in the Rāmāyaṇa and the Mahābhārata, Hindu epics.
"For the first time, a monographic study of Coleridgeâ??s work extensively uncovers the connections of his poetry with the Hindu view of life. This study investigates Coleridgeâ??s philosophical and spiritual itinerary; it originally contributes in showing the strong impact the first translations of some texts of Hinduism had on the authorâ??s psyche, philosophical approach and poetical inspiration. In addition, Coleridgeâ??s unpublished manuscript notes found in one of the Abbé J. A. Duboisâ?? seminal studies of India are here presented as proof of the poetâ??s long standing interest in and frequentation of Hinduism. Inclined to investigate the complexities of the human condition, both poetically and philosophically, Coleridge has tried to resolve the extremes of human existence through a synthesis of both Western and Oriental visions through which the universe ultimately emerges as an organic cosmos rhythmically unfolding through an intricate web of influxes, echoes and correspondences. Antonella Riem Nataleâ??s scholarly work invites readers to participate in the open-ended adventure of Coleridgeâ??s quest toward the Divine One and its multi-faceted layers of existence by originally combining textual analysis with all recent literary criticism and inter-disciplinary investigations, encompassing mythological, anthropological, philosophical, scientific and historical fields of study. Weaving personal facets of Coleridgeâ??s artistic sensibility with the Hindu world-view, the underlying metaphysical concerns that were integral to his vision of art and existence are thus unravelled in a coherent and poignant reinterpretation of an extraordinary poet and his times."
Autobiographical account of a Jesuit priest in Gujarat, India.
Urging readers to embrace "deep ecumenism," the author of The Coming of the Cosmic Christ offers readers a penetrating vision of a common human spiritual heritage. 20,000 first printing.

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