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Hindu

, Hindoo
1. a person who adheres to Hinduism
2. an inhabitant or native of Hindustan or India, esp one adhering to Hinduism
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Nadkami is to address the view taken by some of the western authors (primarily Max Weber) that Hindu religion emphasizes otherworldly goals via world negation and self-denial.
I juxtapose Amma's discourses with ethnographic data from her devotees in order to question precisely what is at stake in her somewhat commonplace move to promote discourses of spirituality instead of Hindu religion in her global transnational guru movement.
Second, I would like to address the problem of the dearth of serious academic study of the Hindu religion in India and among the various Hindu diaspora communities in the United States and elsewhere.
says that the five leaders in the Hindu right-wing party whose worldviews, identities, and strategies he profiles, have left a mark on India's history through their political philosophy, communalist and militant activities, strict adherence to Hindu cultural nationalism, and politicization of Hindu religion.
I started by exploring Justin Martyr's doctrine of the "seed-sowing Word" as a key to interpreting God's presence in Hindu religion.
Opponents object to the shows because men and women are portrayed together, the Hindu religion is prominently featured and women are dressed "immodestly.
Cows are sacred to followers of the Hindu religion, and the killing of one is considered sacrilege.
Nepalese kings were traditionally considered gods incarnate by followers of the Hindu religion.
It is the most sacred plant in the Hindu religion, frequently grown in courtyards and temples to bring luck and good health.
It is interesting that the state makes an issue over the cross on the county seal because of religion, but isn't saying anything over the fish, which is also a religious symbol in Christianity, or the cow, which is a symbol to the Hindu religion, or even the central figure on the seal, which is a goddess to the ancient Greeks.
There were Fair Trade activities, Polish and Italian lessons and discovery of the Hindu religion.
The Four Yogas is very strongly recommended to all readers with an interest in the Hindu religion and wishing to explore a more Yoga-oriented aspect of their spiritual development and practice.