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Dharma - Hinduism and Religions in India - Hardback

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Dharma - Hinduism and Religions in India - Hardback
  • Stock Status: In Stock.
  • Publisher: Penguin Books Limited
  • ISBN-13:  9780670092338
  • Edition: 1
  • Book Language:  English
  • Available Book Formats: Hardback
  • Year:  2019
  • Publication Date:  2019-09-01
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Dharma: Hinduism and Religions in India' by Chaturvedi Badrinath, who authored the bestselling book Swami Vivekananda: The Living Vedanta. Besides, he wrote The Mahabharata : An Inquiry in the Human Condition and The Women of Mahabharata :The Question of Truth among other books. Badrinath's central argument is that Indian civilization had been a 'Dharmic' civilization as it is founded in the principle of dharma, which is neither 'Hindu' nor 'religious' in the Semitic sense of the word 'religion'. In his negotiations with the question 'what is Hinduism?' in these essays, he says that it impossible to offer a concrete definition/answer as he suggests that there is no such thing as 'Hinduism', there is only 'Dharma'...
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Sold ByPenguin Random House
AuthorChaturvedi Badrinath
ISBN-139780670092338
Edition1
FormatHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Publication Date (YYYY-MM-DD)2019-09-01
Publication Year2019
CategoryNon-fiction

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Dharma - Hinduism and Religions in India - Hardback

Dharma: Hinduism and Religions in India' by Chaturvedi Badrinath, who authored the bestselling book Swami Vivekananda: The Living Vedanta. Besides, he wrote The Mahabharata : An Inquiry in the Human Condition and The Women of Mahabharata :The Question of Truth among other books. Badrinath's central argument is that Indian civilization had been a 'Dharmic' civilization as it is founded in the principle of dharma, which is neither 'Hindu' nor 'religious' in the Semitic sense of the word 'religion'. In his negotiations with the question 'what is Hinduism?' in these essays, he says that it impossible to offer a concrete definition/answer as he suggests that there is no such thing as 'Hinduism', there is only 'Dharma'.
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