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  • The Essential Wisdom of the Bhagavad Gitaby Jack Hawley

    New World Library 2010; US$ 12.95

    In Essential Wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita, longtime Gita student and scholar Jack Hawley has extracted the pure wisdom of the text and presented it in a format that is easy to read. more...

  • The Book Of Hanumanby Parvez Dewan

    Penguin Books Ltd 2009; Not Available

    Hanuman is an outstanding scholar, a fearless warrior, and the ideal lieutenant: intelligent, totally committed to his master, selfless and humble. Born into the Vanar tribe, a clan of the upa-devatas (demi-deities), he represents the four best-known divine attributes akhand brahmacharya (lifelong celibacy), immense physical prowess, a command of the... more...

  • The Path of The Buddhaby Renuka Singh

    Penguin Books Ltd 2003; Not Available

    Buddha Shakyamuni tells us that a practitioner should think in terms of eons, not just days and hours. From a Buddhist viewpoint, life has no beginning. What we do have is the desire to overcome suffering. But desire alone is not enough to achieve the goal. What we need is the correct method to help us achieve this aim.'? His Holiness the Dalai Lama... more...

  • What Do Hindus Believe?by Rachel Dwyer

    Granta Publications 2013; US$ 9.32

    Hinduism is a much contested term used to describe the religious beliefs and practices of more than 800 million people, most of whom live in India. Yet Hinduism is a religion that lacks a set of core beliefs (there is no founder, no single scripture nor any central organization). The sheer diversity of beliefs (Hindus may be atheists, polytheists and... more...

  • The Ramayanaby Valmiki; Arshia Sattar

    Penguin Books Ltd 2000; Not Available

    One of India?s two greatest epics, the Ramayana pervades the country?s moral and cultural consciousness. For generations it has served as a bedtime story for Indian children, while at the same time engaging the interest of philosophers and theologians. Now this magnificent translation makes the monumental work available to a new audience. Believed... more...

  • Hinduism - An Introduction: Teach Yourselfby Owen Cole; VP Hermant Kanitkar

    Hodder & Stoughton 2010; US$ 8.99

    Hinduism, with its rich variety of religious traditions, can often be hard to define. This book is an informative guide to those traditions, and their underlying unity. Covering all important aspects of Hinduism, from deities and temples to mythology and philosophy, and exploring what it means to lead a Hindu life, this book will let you discover... more...

  • Ritual in an Oscillating Universeby Richard H. Davis

    Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 29.95

    Saiva liturgy is performed in a world that oscillates: a world permeated by the presence of Siva, where humans live in a condition of bondage and where the highest aim of the soul is to attain liberation from its fetters. In this account of Indian temple ritual, Richard Davis uses medieval Hindu texts to describe the world as it is envisioned by Saiva... more...

  • The Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies, Volume 6by Karl H. Potter; Sibajiban Bhattacharya

    Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 85.50

    Beginning in 1350, in regions that are now Bihar and Bengal in northeast India, there was produced a vast literature embodying a methodology that not only provides a high point in Indian philosophy but also became extremely influential in many other branches of Indian thought, including law, jurisprudence, and literary theory. This volume, the sixth... more...

  • Tamil Temple Mythsby David Dean Shulman

    Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 60.95

    South India is a land of many temples and shrines, each of which has preserved a local tradition of myth, folklore, and ritual. As one of the first Western scholars to explore this tradition in detail, David Shulman brings together the stories associated with these sacred sites and places them in the context of the greater Hindu religious tradition.... more...

  • Vedantic Meditationby David Frawley; John Douillard

    North Atlantic Books 2014; US$ 15.95

    As yoga gains popularity across the U.S., many people are becoming interested in its traditional Vedic roots. While Buddhist meditation is well represented on bookshelves, there has been little Vedantic philosophy written in lay terms until now. Author David Frawley guides readers through the challenges of cultivating awareness, calming the mind, and... more...