Biblia Impex
New Releases | Publications & Distributions | Pune Indological Series | Make Payment
'Hinduism' results 241 Book(s). Displaying 1-30 of 241 records.
Sort Books:
View Books/Page: 30 | 50
Methodological studies inthe history of religions with special reference to Hinduism and Buddhism
Raman, NSS
1998, N

contents: (i) religious studies in india and the west: challanges and responses (ii) basic issues in the methodology of the study of indian religions (iii) understanding hinduism: amethodological critique (iv) a critique of the methodologies of the study of theravada and mahayana buddhism.
Swami Vivekananda and the modernization of Hinduism
Radice, William (ed.)
1998, N
Vishnu on freud's desk: a reader in psychoanalysis and Hinduism
Vaidyanathan, TG et al. (ed.)
1999, N

with a foreword by sudhir kakar, this volume includes both classical and new essays by: william b. parsons, christiane hartnack, a.k. ramanujan, paul courtright, gananath obeyesekere, g.m. carstairs, stanley kurtz, sudhir kakar, j.m. masson, robert goldman, wendy doniger, ashis nandy, sarah caldwell, alfred collins and prakash desai, alan roland, and b.k. ramanujan.
The philosophy of Hinduism and other essays
1998, Hardcover
The making of modern Hinduism
Sondhi, ML et al. (ed.)
1999, N

this collection of essays covering a span of three decades of writing cover several important themes: the matrix of peace and confluct, religious and philosophical thinking, renewal and renaissance, the gandhian discourse, the emerging role of women and humanism in the arts
Hinduism and Buddhism, ed. by Keshavaram N. Iengar et al., with a preface by Robert A. Strom, new rev. and enl. ed
Coomaraswamy, Ananda K
1999, N

this is the eleventh volume in the series of the collected works of ananda k. coomaraswamy in ignca\'s publication programme. originally published in 1943, the two essays are authoritative expositions of the teachings of these religions as understood by those who practiced them rather than as understood by scholars and comparative religionists who studies and viewed them from w ...
A critical study of Hinduism, with a foreword by N.A. Nikam, 3rd rev. and enl. edition
Chennakesavan. Sarasvati (1918-98)
1998, Hardcover

contents: (i) the climate of indian thought (ii) the religion of the vedas and the upanisads (iii) aspects of hindu theism (iv) ethics of hinduism (v) a retrospect (vi) traditional values and social change
Sundararajan, KR et al.
1997, N

contents: (i) historical survey (ii) hindu metaphysics (iii) hindu ethics (iv) hindu mysticism (v) modern hindu movements (vi) hinduism and other religions.
Myths and legends of India: an introduction to the study ofHinduism
Macfie, JM
1998, Paperback
Loving Ganesa: Hinduism's endearing elephant-faced-god, USA, 1996
Subramuniyaswami, Satguru Sivaya
1998, Hardcover
Major religions of India: new insights into Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism, ed. by Sudhakar S. Dikshit, Bombay, 1985
Weeraperuma, Susanaga
1998, Paperback
The foundation of Hinduism, Calcutta, 1955
Sinha, Jadunath
1999, Paperback

the book brings out the essentials of hinduism as expounded in the vedas, the main upanisads, the manusamhita, the ramayana, the mahabharata, the minor upanisads, the puranas, the bhagavat gita and the other gitas
Hinduism: a religion to live by, Great Britain, 1979
Chaudhuri, Nirad C (b.1897)
1999, Paperback
Hinduism: the world ideal, with an introd. by G.K. Chesterton; first Indian ed
Maitra, Harendranath
1993, N
Hinduism: analytical study; foreword by Swami Aparananda
Mohapatra, Amulya (1948- ) et al
1993, N
Encyclopaedia of Hinduism: a continuing series, Vols.31-45,ed. by Nagendra Kr. Singh (Set)
2000, Hardcover

vols. 31-36: upanisadas. vols. 37-45: puranas.
Sacred symbols of Hinduism
Santiago, JR
1999, Paperback
The role of Swami Chinmayananda in revitalization of Hinduism and reinterpretation of Christianity.
Masih, Jagdhari
2000, Hardcover
Sacred complex of Ruruksetra: a holy tirtha of Hinduism in Western Nepal
Pandey, Ram Niwas (b.1939)
2000, Hardcover
On Hinduism: reviews and reflections, foreword by David Frawley
Swarup, Ram (1920-1998)
2000, Paperback

there are two major groups of religions in the world today. first are the conversion-based monotheistic creeds of christianity and islam. second are the pluralistic dharmic traditions of india, of which hinduism is the oldest and the largest. chinese taoism and japanese shinto have an affinity with dharmic traditions. so also the indigenous religious traditions of pre-christian ...
Hinduism and divorce: from Dharmasastras to statutory law: a critical study, 2 Vols (Set)
Kohli, Hari Dev
2000, Hardcover

the book studies, in two volumes, the traditional concept of hindu marriage as a sacrament, analysing the validity of the reasons for incorporating the provision of divorce in the hindu law. it discusses divorce laws in the global perspective and analyses statutory divorce in hindu law.
The philosophical foundations of Hinduism
Ramamurty, Aryasomayajula (b.1935)
2000, Hardcover
Dictionary of Hinduism
Satyendra, Kush (ed.)
2000, Hardcover

compilation of the terms and concepts covering various aspects of hinduism.
Hinduism at the crossroads: A perennial heritage in search of followers
Bali, HN
2001, Hardcover
Popular Hinduism: the religion of the masses, New York, 1935
O\'Malley, LSS
2000, Paperback
The anthropology of Buddhism and Hinduism: Weberian themes
Gellner, David N
2001, Hardcover

this collection of essays both engages with max weber\'s work, and attempts to use his general approach, combined with detailed ethnography from nepal and japan, to attack critical questions in the anthropology and sociology of buddhism and hinduism.
Hinduism: a way of life
Chakravarti, Sitansu S
2001, Paperback
Hinduism: the anthropology of a civilization; trans. from the French by Richard Nice
Biardeau, Madeleine
1994, Paperback

contents 1. man and the absolute. 2. the four goals of man. 3. salvation through deeds: the yogin warrior. 4. divine loves. 5. hinduism and the future.
Concise classified dictionary of Hinduism, 6 vols (Set)
Soundara Rajan, KV (b.1925)
2001, Hardcover

vol. 1: essence of hinduism. vol. 2: dharma-karma base. vol. 3: ritual-spiritual twine (from child to adult). vol. 4: kama and kala. vol. 5: in search of mukti-brahman. vol. 6: word index. this 6-volume dictionary tries to spell out the hindu phraseology/contexts in all their changing nuancest-through pre-paninian, paninian, classical, post-classical and pre-medieval ages, with ...
Hinduism reconsidered
Sontheimer, Gunther-Dietz et al. (ed.)
2001, Paperback

this volume contains thirteen papers presented for discussion on hinduism at the ixth european conference of modern south asian studies in heidelberg, germany.