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The book explains Hindu, Hinduism and Sanatana Dharma before it takes one through Hinduism's oldest scriptures - the four Vedas, the four components of each Veda, and what they contain.

The book has explained the central tenets of Hinduism, its philosophical and spiritual doctrine, religious experience, ethical character and traditional faiths.

The book is based on a critique of western culture, by comparing it with Indian culture, as seen from a 'Dharmic point of view.

The book is based on the prime teachings of Hinduism, its role in India, its place in the information age and has compiled an exhaustive set of questions and answers dwelling on all the significant issues.

An intellectual biography of Sita Ram Goel, an eminent writer and historian.

The book is based on Hinduism with extracts from the speeches and writings of Swami Vivekananda

The book has content on about Hindu festivals and their significance

The book covers topics such as atman, religion, karma and rebirth. It also explains the term Upanishad. it has original Sanskrit teachings of eighteen Upanishads, accompanied by commentaries with verse-by-verse English translations.

The book offers a spirited debate marshaling new insights and research. It is a valuable addition to an important subject, and in a larger context, on two ways of looking.

This book deals with the origin and development of what later evolved into important Hindu sects. It traces the history of these theistic sects of ancient India from the earliest period to the time of the great religious reformer Samkaracarya.

The book is based on the formation of sects in Hinduism

The book is based on the Hindu caste system.

The contains the chapters on India's own civilizational history, beginning approximately 14,000 years ago History is followed by a Glossary, titled "Global Sanskrit", of Sanskrit-derived or akin-to-Sanskrit words in more than 90 languages of the world

The book is based on the harmful effects of casteism in Hindu society.

The book is based on to understand what Hindu as a word means and what it means.

The book has chapters on significance of Hindu Society, The residue of Islam, Christian, Macaulay and on communist and united front of hostile forces

This book offers a detailed, systematic rejoinder to such views, and articulates Hindu dharma’s multi-dimensional, holographic understanding of reality.

The book is based on the critical review of the Hindu empire in India

The book is based on the history of the Vijayanagar Empire

The book is based on the wrong theories perpetuation like Aryan invasion, pitting South against North, Aryan against Dravid, and untouchables against Brahmins

The book is based on Hindu practice evident in the Indus-Sarasvati civilization, which was the largest and in many ways the most advanced of the ancient civilizations.

The book is based on the historical study of the rise of the Maratha Empire in India

The book includes critiques of Christian and Islamic thought from a Hindu perspective and suggestions on how Hinduism can be practised in modern times in tune with its deeper spiritual teachings.

This book focuses on the role of U.S. and European churches, academics, think-tanks, foundations, government and human rights groups in fostering separation of the identities of Dravidian and Dalit communities from the rest of India.

The first volume includes a list of 2,000 mosques that writer claims were built on Hindu temples, based primarily on the books of Muslim historians of the period or inscriptions found on mosques. The second volume excerpts from medieval histories and chronicles and from inscriptions concerning the destruction of Hindu, Jain and Buddhist temples.

The book is based on the cruelties which in the name of the religion of peace and love this tribunal practised in Europe, were carried to even greater excesses in India

The book is based on encounters during the coming of Christianity in India. The book has chapters on the encounter at the time of arrival of St. Thomas, the arrival of Portuguese

The book is based on the history of the Islamic invasions of India, and its role in contemporary Indian politics.

The book is based on the essence of Buddhism and its differences with Hinduism if any. Why and how it spread in most of the countries? Why and how in India Buddhists adopt to Hinduism later?

The volume examines the theological content of Islam and Hinduism in the context of population growth in India

The is based on the study of Hindu and Christian demography in northeast India.

Web Sources Resource



Vedic Heritage (Website)

The website is published and maintained by the Government of India under the Ministry of Culture. The Ved, Upanishad, Sanhita, Rituals etc are available in Sanskrit with English translation.

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Ved, Upanishad and other religious texts. (Website)

It is the official website of Arya Samaj contains E-books published by the trust and Ved, Upanishad and other religious texts are available for online reading.

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Bhagwat Gita (Website)

It is the dedicated website for online reading or study of Bhagwatdgita.

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Read Ved online (Website)

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Panchangam (Website)

It is the Hindu Vedic calendar.

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The number of Hindus around the world (Article)

The article based on the research conducted by the Pew Forum.

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Hindu Population by Country (Article)

The article based on the research conducted by the Pew Forum.

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Hindu Demographics (Article)

It is the statistical data on global Hindu diaspora.

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Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (Website)

Dr Keshav Baliram Hedgewar (1889-1940) founded the organisation for strengthening the foundations of the Hindu society and for preparing it for challenges on social, economic, cultural, religious, philosophical and political planes.

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World Hindu Economic Forum (Website)

It was created to bring together financially successful elements within Hindu society so that each group can share their business knowledge, expertise and resources with their fellow brethren to trigger the creation of surplus wealth and make society prosperous.

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World Hindu Congress (Website)

The World Hindu Congress is a global platform for Hindus to connect, share ideas, inspire one another, and impact the common good.

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Vishwa Hindu Parishad (Website)

The organisation founded to raise the awareness, cultivate the Hindu values, serve the community and establish the worldwide network focusing on Hindu interest

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Infinity Foundation (Website)

Infinity Foundation is an NGO based in Princeton (USA), focused on research and education. It specializes in the field of civilization studies applying the Dharma lens to examine a broad range of topics. It disseminates its unique research findings through books, videos and public events.

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Abolition of Caste (Article)

After undergoing nearly 15 years of torturous imprisonment in the Andamans, Savarkar focused on social reforms after his release. He wanted to eradicate the indigenous practices that were creating differences in Hindu society.

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Osho speaks on the Sudras (Article)

The article is based on Untouchability.

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The Religions – Their Fundamental Mistake (Article)

The article is based on the criticism of religion on various aspects.

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Rashtriya Sewa Bharati (Website)

An organization was formally registered as a Public Trust in the year 2003 in the name and style of Rashtriya Sewa Bharati. Rashtriya Sewa Bharati is guided by the social service ideology of Rashtriya SwyamSewak Sangh.

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Arya Samaj (Website)

The official website of Arya samaj

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Ramakrishna Mission (Website)

The official website of Ramakrishna Mission

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Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram (Website)

It was founded by Mr Ramakant Deshpande, on 26th Dec 1952 at Jashpur in Madhya Pradesh. Several students, professionals, retired volunteers are working for projects like; education, health, agriculture, sports, spiritual congregations etc.

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Vivekananda Kendra (Website)

The official website of Vivekananda Kendra

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Panun Kashmir (Website)

The official website of Panun Kashmir organisation

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Census 2011 (Website)

India is home for Hinduism where close to 97 Crores Hindus reside. In India, out of a total population of 121 crores, 79.8% are Hindus.

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Hindus in Jammu & Kashmir (Article)

Official portal of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) state on which demography of Hindus in J & K is provided.

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Sanskriti Magazine (Website)

The website is for to raise awareness about Indian culture, Heritage, Practices & Values, Achievements.

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Hindupost (Website)

HinduPost is a news, commentary and opinion digital media outlet that provides the correct perspective on issues concerning Hindu society.

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India Divine (Website)

The portal runs by the Bhaktivedanta Ashram having articles on various religious topics.

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India Facts (Website)

It is a platform for serious enquiry and discussion on dharma, comparative religion, cross-civilizational issues, Indology, and India-related topics

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Organiser (Website)

It is one of the oldest and most widely circulated weeklies from the capital, started in 1947, a few weeks before Partition

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Global Hindu News (Website)

It is the news agency serving the global Hindu community.

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