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by Bansi Pandit

eBook Hindu Mind: Fundamentals of Hindu Religion and Philosophy for All Ages download ISBN: 8178220075
Author: Bansi Pandit
Publisher: New Age Books,India (January 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 448
ePub: 1331 kb
Fb2: 1569 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Philosophy

They pointed me to The Hindu Mind.

They pointed me to The Hindu Mind. Mr. Pandit explains the many facets of Hinduism with intelligence and clarity. His straightforward writing style is easy to read and understand. The book is organized well also.

This book presents the fundamentals of Hindu religious and philosophical thought in a logical and straight forward .

This book presents the fundamentals of Hindu religious and philosophical thought in a logical and straight forward manner. The purpose being, to create a story book for further study of Hinduism. In this remarkable and highly rewarding book, The Hindu Mind, the author Bansi Pandit has met head-on two pressing challenges of our times: (1) how to cull and distill the essential features of the enormously vast and deep Hindu heritage so varied in scope, in the short span of a handy volume, in an easily understandable, highly engaging and readable style, and.

Hindu Mind: Fundamentals. has been added to your Cart Mr. has been added to your Cart. This book presents the fundamentals of Hindu religious and philosophical thought in a logical and straightforward manner. He presents Hinduism from 3 perspectives: the philosophical, religious and cultural.

This book presents the fundamentals of Hindu religious and philosophical thought in a logical and straightforward manner. Hinduism is the oldest surviving religion in the world. The religious and philosophical literature of Hinduism is vast, diverse and covers thousands of years of accumulated spiritual experiences of Hindu Saints and Seers. I also found that the book does a good job in clearing the common misperceptions of this religion and distinguishes between the actual religion and philosophy versus ascribed meanings by sources outside of Hinduism

They pointed me to The Hindu Mind. I also found that the book does a good job in clearing the common misperceptions of this religion and distinguishes between the actual religion and philosophy versus ascribed meanings by sources outside of Hinduism. I would recommend this book to anyone, particularly those that are intrigued by this religion but don't want to be overwhelmed. If nothing else, the index, charts, tables, and illustrations will provide a wealth of information.

Bansi Pandit is the author of two books: The Hindu Mind: Fundamentals of Hindu Religion & Philosophy For All Ages and Hindu Dharma. Many scholars have declared these books to be treatises on Hindu religion and spirituality

Bansi Pandit is the author of two books: The Hindu Mind: Fundamentals of Hindu Religion & Philosophy For All Ages and Hindu Dharma. Many scholars have declared these books to be treatises on Hindu religion and spirituality. Pandit is currently writing a new book to introduce Hindu spirituality to the Western world. Hindu Dharma by Bansi Pandit. 2 Books by the Author.

This book presents the fundamentals of Hindu religions and philosophical thought in a logical and .

This book presents the fundamentals of Hindu religions and philosophical thought in a logical and straightforward manner.

Bansi Pandit is a writer and speaker on Hinduism. Fundamentals of Hindu Religion and Philosophy for All Ages (1998) ISBN 8178220075.

Hinduism is the oldest surviving religion in the world. The religious and philosophical literature of Hinduism is vast, diverse and covers thousands of years of accumulated spiritual experiences of Hindu Saints and Seers. This book presents the fundamentals of Hindu religious and philosophical thought in a logical and straightforward manner. The purpose being, to create a story book for further study of Hinduism.
Comments: (5)
Ariurin
I can't wait to read the entire book. I so enjoyed the "Essence of Hinduism" that the author sent with the book. The sentence including "total harmlessness to all creatures" moved me to the core and I know I will find many other pieces in this book that will touch my soul and heart. The author signed the book also, which makes me feel he is here while I read it! Thank you Bansi Pandit.
Vuzahn
Item is exactly as described.
Gholbirius
I love this book, very informative. Great for beginners to sort out all the "muchness" in Hindu religion/philosophy.
mr.Mine
A few years ago I went to my favorite metaphysical bookstore in Cambridge, MA, and asked them to recommend a good book for learning about Hinduism. They pointed me to The Hindu Mind. I've read many books on spiritual philosophy from different traditions and I can say this ranks right up there as one of my favorites. Mr. Pandit explains the many facets of Hinduism with intelligence and clarity. His straightforward writing style is easy to read and understand. The book is organized well also. He presents Hinduism from 3 perspectives: the philosophical, religious and cultural.

Mr. Pandit also includes a couple of chapters with philosophical perspectives on Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism as all 3 are offshoots from Hindism. He points out which aspects of Hindusim they kept and where their beliefs differ.

One of the things I love about Hinduism is how intelligent it is. Of all the religions I've studied it's one of my favorites. (Note: I'm a neopagan mystic.) The ancients recognized that people are different and that different temperaments are attracted to different spiritual philosophies. Hinduism is the ultimate melting pot religion, and is capable of containing the complexity of multiple spiritual belief systems unified by a few key threads. I'm sure that's why it's survived all these thousands of years.

No matter what your religious background, if you are an openminded person you wil learn much from this book that can be applied to your own path, whatever that may be.
Bynelad
I found this book to be very well organized and indexed, making it easy to use as a reference guide. The book not only provides a solid foundation of all aspects of Hinduism, it illustrates the practical nature of these beliefs. Ancient Sanskrit verses that are still commonly used by Hindus today are translated while retaining there original charm. I also found that the book does a good job in clearing the common misperceptions of this religion and distinguishes between the actual religion and philosophy versus ascribed meanings by sources outside of Hinduism. I would recommend this book to anyone, particularly those that are intrigued by this religion but don't want to be overwhelmed. If nothing else, the index, charts, tables, and illustrations will provide a wealth of information