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Hindu Customs and Traditions

Swami Chidatman Jee Maharaj (Editor)
Synopsis Each of the religions of the world has its own culture, with many customs, traditions and refined qualities. The Hindu culture is a culture of love, respect, honoring others and humbling one's own ego so that the inner nature, which is naturally pure and modest, will shine forth. In daily life, the Hindu strives to protect this innate purity by wise living, following the codes of dharma. This includes harnessing the sexual energies, associating with other various Hindu devotees, never using harsh, angered or indecent language, and keeping a clean and healthy physical body. In traditional Hindu culture, women are held in the highest regard - far more respected, in truth, than in the West. But this does not imply the kind of equality or participation in public interactions that are common in the West. The qualities traditionally most admired in a Hindu woman are modesty of manner, shyness and self-effacement. Self-assertive or bold tendencies are regarded with circumspection.
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Swami Chidatman Jee Maharaj

Pujyapad Sant Karpatri Agnihotri Paramhans Swami Chidatman Jee Maharaj is an eminent personality in the field of Hindu religion and spirituality. His followers reside all over the world. He is the founder of Sarvamangala Adhyatmayoga Vidya-peeth Sidhashram. Its branches are situated in different parts of India. Authored several books on religion and philosophy, he is Patron Editor of religious magazines such as Tripathaga, Ganga Darpan and Ambarmani. Besides, he is President of save Ganga Agitaion.

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Title Hindu Customs and Traditions
Format Hardcover
Date published: 23.07.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788126136155
length viii+280p., Bibliography; Index; 22cm.