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1 billion followers33 million gods and goddessesYouOne of the world's oldest forms of faith Hinduism has an unbroken trajectory of beliefs and rituals that have passed on for many millennia through the footsteps of pilgrims and the pedagogies of theologists; through myth science and politics But what does all that mean to the moder A nice attempt by the author It is highly difficult to explain Hinduism in just 160 odd pages however this book doesn't fails to impress the readers The author had done some good research on the topics that he believed as good enough for this book The book has touched upon the details right from our ancient scriptures like the vedas vedantas followed by the Mahabharata Ramayana Ayurveda Vedic Mathematics Science etc The book also explores a little comparative study on the Islam Christianity Buddhism and Hinduism Overall a nice attempt This book is for those who want to know about Hinduism and uite reluctant to study hell lot of books It covers the main aspects and ideas

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Being Hindu Paperback Jan 01 2016 Hindol SenguptaN Hindu today? Why do Hindus call themselves so? Is it merely because their parents were Hindus? In what way does the faith speak to those who profess to follow it? What does Hinduism mean to the everyday practicing or sometimes accessing ordinary Hindu? Away from the raucous debate around religions this is the journey of a common I would say the book is too factual Its like a collection of white papers or research than a book It was not a journey for me The book is great for CAT aspirants as it has a heavy vocabulary Wouldn't recommend the book for anything else