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The Upanishads (Rediscovered Books): With linked Table of Contents

by Swami Paramananda

'The Upanishads' are early philosophical texts of the Hindu religion. 'The Upanishads' represent the loftiest heights of ancient Indo-Aryan thought and culture and are regarded as direct revelations of God....


Hymns to the Goddess

by John Woodroffe

She is seen as one and as many: as it were, but one moon reflected in countless waters. She exists, too, in all animals and inorganic things, since the universe, with all its beauties, is, as the Devī Purāṇa...


Hinduism and the 1960s: The Rise of a Counter-culture

by Paul Oliver

The West has drawn upon Hinduism on a wide scale, from hatha yoga and meditation techniques, to popular culture in music and fashion, yet the contribution of Hinduism to the counter-culture of the 1960s has...


Conversations with George Harrison

by Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore

Sitting with Sussan the host and listening to George talk about his life, loves and music became more than what I expected. We talked about Olivia, Dhani his son and 'The Traveling Wilburys'. Whether you are...


Textual Authority in Classical Indian Thought: Ramanuja and the Vishnu Purana

by Sucharita Adluri

Theistic Vedānta originated with Rāmānuja (1077-1157), who was one of the foremost theologians of Viśistādvaita Vedānta and also an initiate of the Śrīvaisnava sectarian tradition in South India. As...


Yogis of India: Timeless Stories of their Lives and Wisdom

by Sanjeev Shukla

Yogis of India gives a joyous glimpse into the lives of some of the great Indian spiritual masters like Ramakrishna Paramhansa, Ramana Maharshi and Anandmayi Ma. It explores not just the various fascinating...


Re-figuring the Ramayana as Theology: A History of Reception in Premodern India

by Ajay K. Rao

The Rāmāyana of Vālmīki is considered by many contemporary Hindus to be a foundational religious text. But this understanding is in part the result of a transformation of the epic's receptive history, a...


Categorisation in Indian Philosophy: Thinking Inside the Box

by Jessica Frazier

Shedding light on the way in which Indian philosophical traditions crafted an elaborate picture of the world, this book brings Indian thinkers into dialogue with modern philosophy and global concerns. For those...


Betrayal of the Spirit: My Life Behind the Headlines of the Hare Krishna Movement

by Nori J Muster & Larry D Shinn

Combining behind-the-scenes views of an often besieged religious group with a personal account of the author's struggle to find meaning in it, Betrayal of the Spirit takes the reader closer than any other source...


Dictionary of Hindu Lore and Legend

by Anna L. Dallapiccola

Provides over 1,000 accessible, informative and authoritative entries that answer any major question about Hinduism, it's mythology, practices, customs and laws India is so vast that each of its regions is a...


The Bloomsbury Companion to Hindu Studies

by Jessica Frazier

Originally published as The Continuum Companion to Hindu Studies, this Companion offers the definitive guide to Hinduism and study in this area. Now available in paperback, The Bloomsbury Companion to Hindu...


Hinduism and Environmental Ethics: Law, Literature, and Philosophy

by Christopher G. Framarin

This book argues that the standard arguments for and against the claim that certain Hindu texts and traditions attribute direct moral standing to animals and plants are unconvincing. It presents careful, extensive,...


Caitanya Vaisnava Philosophy: Tradition, Reason and Devotion

by Ravi M. Gupta

Although only a handful of poetry is attributed to Caitanya, his devotional theology was expounded and systematized by his followers in a vast array of poetical, philosophical, and ritual literature. This book...


Interpretations of the Bhagavad-Gita and Images of: The Song of the Lord

by Catherine A. Robinson

The Bhagavad-Gita is probably the most popular - and certainly the most frequently quoted and widely studied - work of the Hindu scriptures. This book investigates the relationship between the various interpretations...


Sacred Sound: Discovering the Myth and Meaning of Mantra and Kirtan

by Alanna Kaivalya

What has made Alanna Kaivalya so popular is her ability to bring storytelling to the understanding of the myths behind much of yoga practice. It is this practical and lively storytelling that both engages the...


Ka: Stories of the Mind and Gods of India

by Roberto Calasso

"A giddy invasion of stories--brilliant, enigmatic, troubling, outrageous, erotic, beautiful." --The New York Times Book Review

"So brilliant that you can't look at it anymore--and you can't look at anything...


Tending the Heart Fire: Living in Flow with the Pulse of Life

by Shiva Rea

"We are created in rhythm, kept alive in rhythm, evolve through rhythm. Tides, breath, and blood flow in rhythm. We are born into a universe of currents, and our heart is the great conductor of the body, orchestrating...


The Ethics of Sa¿kara and Santideva: A Selfless Response to an Illusory World

by Warren Lee Todd

Comparing the metaphysics and ethics of two of the most influential Indian masters, Śaṅkara and Śāntideva, Todd shows that the methodologies and aims of these Buddhist and Hindu masters trace remarkably...


Banaras: CITY OF LIGHT

by Diana L. Eck

The sacred city of Banāras on the River Ganges is one of the oldest living cities in the world—as old as Jerusalem, Athens, and Peking. It is the place where Shiva, the Lord of All, is said to have made his...


A Spiritual Bloomsbury: Hinduism and Homosexuality in the Lives and Writings of Edward Carpenter, E.M. Forster, and Christopher Isherwood

by Antony Copley

A Spiritual Bloomsbury is an exploration of how three English writers_Edward Carpenter, E.M. Forster, and Christopher Isherwood_sought to come to terms with their homosexuality by engagement with Hinduism.