Hermeneutics and the Study of Religion Brainerd Prince. within scholarly circles. Notable among these are leading historians and scholars such as Ramakrishna Puligandla, Antony Copley, Amiya P. Sen, Robert McDermott, Michael Ashcraft ...
Religion, Religion CTI Reviews. CHAPTER OUTLINE: KEY TERMS, PEOPLE, PLACES, CONCEPTS • Hinduism • Vedas • Harappa • Mohenjodaro • Sarasvati River • IndoAryan migration • Ancient history • ProtoIndoEuropeans • Sri Aurobindo ...
This anthology compiled from Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine, The Synthesis of Yoga, and The Human Cycle deals with this crucial question, tracing the past and pointing to the future of human evolution, both individual and social.
For the twentieth-century Indian sage, Sri Aurobindo,15 if we look at the oldreligions in their social as apart from their individual aspect, we see inreligion a means of salvation. However, set against such, and to the extent that science and
Nilima Bhat and Raj Sisodia show us a more balanced way, an archetype of leadership that is generative, cooperative, creative, inclusive, and empathetic. While these are traditionally regarded as “feminine” qualities, we all have them.
what has happened and in a way how it has happened, but it has shut its eyes to something that made this impossible possible' (Aurobindo 1972c, Vol. 22: 197); it further tried to reduce everything to the physical universe (Aurobindo 1972e, ...
Arun Tiwari tells Dr Kalam's life story with a deep understanding of his formative experiences and character and reveals him as a man personifying all the glory and paradoxes of his nation: secular and religious; exalted and humble; ...
We are souls and not the surface person, and every problem we say is ours, physical, mental or spiritual, is the result of the veil of Ignorance God placed over us, making us believe we are the surface person and its ego; and that veil will ...
Religion Sri Aurobindo indicates that the first power that enables us to make the decisive steps of a spiritual evolution is Religion. He tells us that Faith is indispensable for in human endeavor; whether in practical matters, like the safety of an ...
This book gives a thorough account on the Indian Education system—from its inception to the present day, and underlines the hurdles faced and the improvements needed to achieve a flawless system of imparting value education the students.
If Hindutva is a way of life, who are its followers? And for those who are, how necessary is it that its practice should prevail upon all others? These are questions of great relevance in today's India.
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This volume situates itself within the context of the rapidly growing interdisciplinary field that is dedicated to the study of the complex interactions between science and religion.
Based on canonical texts, this work presents a fascinating account of how the relationship between ‘good’, ‘evil’ and retribution is construed against the backdrop of militant nationalism and the development of modern Hinduism.
A.K. Bhagwat and Prof. G.P. Pradhan in 1956, the birth-centenary year of Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak. The book was awarded a prize in the All India Competition held under the auspices of the All India Congress Committee.