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An Introduction to the Study of Hinduism

Guru Prosad Sen (Author)
Synopsis An Introduction to the Study of Hinduism (1893) presented some of the salient features of this great tradition in a very befitting manner and still today those aspects of Hinduism are highly relevant. He presented Hinduism in such a manner that removed misconceptions of ages. It showed that Hindus are neither superstitious nor idolators, as the terms were understood by the Christian. This book conclusively proved that Hinduism is the most tolerant of all organizations, and that it is prepared to receive any truth from any sources. The author was of opinion that Hinduism may assimilates even Christianity or Mohammedanism, if the votarist of these religions conform to its custom. Thus, when Raja Ram Mohan Roy attempted to create a Brahma Dharma to opposse the Christians, guru Prosad Sen suggested that how one will attack a religion which will take any thing that is good, and reject anything that is bad? This makes Hinduism the most progressive and vigorous of all religious faith. Thus, Hinduism is capable of more important modification, if those who press reforms and go to work cautiously and with patience.
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Bibliographic information

Title An Introduction to the Study of Hinduism
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1995
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 8121204984
length viii+223p., 23cm.