Hindu Vishva

It is a matter of great satisfaction that this time about one hundred MPs . have
been elected on Hindu footing . The previous Parliament lacked such bearing .
Last time when the Vishva Hindu Parishad launched a contact campaign to enlist
the ...

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Vishva Hindu Parishad and Indian Politics

10 Golwalkar is described as the main inspiration behind the formation of the
VHP , and is considered to have taken the pioneering steps towards awakening
Hindu society . " The Hindu Vishva in one of its editorials mentions that “ the great
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Author: Manjari Katju

Publisher: Orient Blackswan

ISBN: 812502476X

Category: Hinduism and politics

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Vishva Hindu Parishad and Indian Politics provides a detailed historical account of the VHP, one of the leading organisations in the Hindutva movement, focusing on its transformation from a loosely-knit body of Hindus aimed at preserving and promoting Hindu dharma, into a mass organisation actively involved in mobilising the urban middle classes, service professionals and religious leaders for the creation and promotion of a strong Hindu nation. Rich in empirical data, the book contains extensive quotations from fifty interviews carried out for this study, including those with central figures in the VHP such as Praveen Togadia and Ashok Singhal and members of related organisations.
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Vishwa Hindu Parishad An Introduction

You have undertaken the task of forming a Vishva Hindu Parishad. This is indeed
a great task and necessary too. I would like to contribute as a prime participant.
—H.H. Maharaja of Mysore Shri Jjayamraj Wodeyar ...

Author: Anil Kumar Mishra

Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan

ISBN: 9789351861959

Category: Religion

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The Vishva Hindu Parishad is a social, religious and cultural organisation of Hindus living in Bharat and abroad. Service is its core philosophy. It has been established through the blessings of Hindu dharmacharyas and saints and in consultation with world renowned philosophers and thinkers. What was the vision of its founding fathers? For inculcating pride in Hindutva and for the social awakening of Hindus, the Parishad has organised congregations and has undertaken movements that are historic and magnificent. It has worked creatively at the grassroots, in the fields of education, community service and health. This work has enabled the much desired integration and social inclusivity in Hindu society, for the equity centred development of all its marginal sections. Contemporary challenges facing the Hindus are evident and are known to everyone. The basic values and principles of the past should not be lost in the flow of the present. The main thought behind this booklet is simple. In its golden jubilee year, it should be our endeavour to disseminate the thought, philosophy and achievements of the Parishad to our cadre and others in the nation through this publication.
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The ruling races of prehistoric times in India

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counterpart of at the Sautramani and Vājā - peya Hindu Vishva - rupa and Vishnu
, sacrifices , iii . 206 , 207 ; to the iii . 182 Pitaro Barishadah , and " Gnishvåttāh , iii
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Author: James Francis Katherinus Hewitt

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ISBN: UOM:39015025961775

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The Ruling Races of Pre historic Times in India Southwestern Asia and Southern Europe

346 ; his wives , iii . of life or god , Preface , xxx ; offered 179 , 180 ; Zend
counterpart of at the Sautramani and Vājā - peya Hindu Vishva - rūpa and Vishnu
, sacrifices , iii . 206 , 207 ; to the iii . 182 Pitaro Barishadah , and ' Gnishvāttāh , iii
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Author: James Francis Katherinus Hewitt

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ISBN: MSU:31293104172618

Category: Civilization

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The Ruling Races of Prehistoric Times in India Southwestern Asia and Southern Europe The primitive village The early history of India Astronomical myths History of the rule of the Kushite Semite races First coming of the fire worshipping Heracleidae to Greece

346 ; his wives , iii . of life or god , Preface , xxx ; offered 179 , 180 ; Zend
counterpart of at the Sautramani and Vājā - peya Hindu Vishva - rūpa and Vishnu
, sacrifices , iii . 206 , 207 ; to the iii . 182 Pitaro Barishadah , and ' Gnishvāttāh , iii
.207 ...

Author: James Francis Katherinus Hewitt

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ISBN: PSU:000023810082

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The Hindu Diaspora

This book provides a rich and fascinating view of the Hindu diaspora in the past, present and its possible futures.

Author: Steven Vertovec

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136367052

Category: History

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Hinduism outside the Indian subcontinent represents a contrasting and scattered community. From Britain to the Caribbean, diasporic Hindus have substantially reformed their beliefs and practices in accordance with their historical and social circumstances. In this theoretically innovative analysis Steven Vertovec examines: * the historical construction of the category 'Hinduism in India' * the formation of a distinctive Caribbean Hindu culture during the nineteenth century * the role of youth groups in forging new identities during Trinidad's Hindu Renaissance * the reproduction of regionally based identities and frictions in Britain's Hindu communities * the differences in temple use across the diaspora. This book provides a rich and fascinating view of the Hindu diaspora in the past, present and its possible futures.
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Hindu Vishwa

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ISBN: UOM:39015062459378

Category: Hindu youth

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Devi

"Demonstrating the range and complexity of feminine imagery in Hindu tradition, Devi offers to scholars and beginners alike a fascinating and useful anthology."—Elaine Pagels, author Gnostic Gospels "Thought-provoking and new, yet ...

Author: John Stratton Hawley

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520200586

Category: Religion

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"Demonstrating the range and complexity of feminine imagery in Hindu tradition, Devi offers to scholars and beginners alike a fascinating and useful anthology."—Elaine Pagels, author Gnostic Gospels "Thought-provoking and new, yet containing a few classics as well, Devi is a most valuable addition to studies of India—society, religion, culture, and art."—Vidya Dehejia, Smithsonian Institution "A wonderfully informative group of essays about the main goddess figures of India. These sometimes dominate the male and sometimes stand alone, and they range from the fertile river Ganga to the awesome Kali, who is transforming herself in the West."—Ninian Smart, University of California, Santa Barbara
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South Asian Religious Diaspora in Britain Canada and the United States The

This book explores the experience of religious communities that have migrated from South Asia (India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh) to live in Britain, Canada, and the United States, three countries sharing a common language (English) and an ...

Author: Harold G. Coward

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780791493021

Category: Religion

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Scholars of religion in general and specific religions were recruited as contributors, presented first drafts in London in 1996, and revised their essays according to its reception. They explore the experience of religious communities that have migrated to the three English- speaking countries, considering the cultural nuances of each, how traditions are reformed or reinvented, and how they are passed on through the family and institutions. They mainly focus on Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs but also include Christian, Zoroastrian, and other immigrants and new religious movements in the west led by south Asians.
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Hindu Mythology Vedic and Pur nic

By the power of the Gayatri the Kshetriya ( Warrior caste ) Vishva mitra became a
Brāhmarsi ( Brāhman saint ) , and even ob tained such power as to be able to
create a new world . What is there indeed that cannot be effected by the Gayatri ?

Author: William Joseph Wilkins

Publisher: Calcutta : Thacker, Spink ; Bombay : Thacker ; London : W. Thacker

ISBN: OXFORD:591054642

Category: Gods, Hindu

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Hindu mythology can easily become a bewildering subject. There are a vast number of gods, demigods and supernatural beings (some writers refer to as many as 330 million deities). More than this, the beliefs concerning them, their roles in religious practice, and their manifestations in different texts vary according to time, place, and tradition throughout India's vast territory and long history. For anyone interested in the subject, or for anyone approaching an epic such as the Mahabharata, a good guide is needed, and none has equaled Hindu Mythology, Vedic and Puranic by W.J. Wilkins for completeness and clarity.
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Select Cases in Hindu Law decided by Her Majesty s Privy Council and the Superior Courts in India With notes by W H Rattigan vol 1

This question was carefully considered by the Kombay High Court in the case of
Vishva . nath Gangadhar versus Krishnaji Ga . nesh , 19th December 1866 , III
Bombay H. C. Rep . 69 , A. C. J. , and Chief Justice Couch in delivering judga
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Author: Sir William Henry Rattigan

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ISBN: BL:A0017509044

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