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Hindu Sanskara

Laxmi Sinha (Author)
Synopsis Religion, with all its aspects (cognitive, affective and conative), emphasises the psychical as well as the physical discipline of an individual in society. Almost all the religions of the world, therefore, observe verieties of sacraments or Samskaras with a view to culture the infant's brain in suprasensuous way. Hindu religion an oldest religion, which is manifested in the Vedas, the Puranas, the Brahmanas, the Grhyasutras, the Smrities etc., has emphasised the importance of the sacraments or ceremonies or the Samskaras from the period of the emergence of the child in mother's womb till death. Therefore, the Hindu religion has introduced the Samskaras, varying in number, but eminently accepted in sixteen number. In this book only few Samskaras have been described, as in modern age, only these Samskara are generally observed in Hindu society. Hindus, living in India or abroad, believe in the ethical and spiritual values of the Samskaras and perform these ceremonies during the ocassion with full faith and devotion. These ideas are expressed in this book.
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Bibliographic information

Title Hindu Sanskara
Author Laxmi Sinha
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 818633985x
length vii+215p., Bibliography; Abbreivation; Index.