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Canberra, 21 January 2011.

10 May 2006

Hinduism - The eBook


09 May 2006

The Journal of Buddhist Ethics Online Books, JBE, The Pennsylvania State University, US & Goldsmiths University, UK.

"Hinduism - The eBook The First Comprehensive E-Text Introduction [2006] By Hillary Rodrigues. [...] a self contained textbook [ISBN: 0-9747055-2-7, in PDF format - ed.] for a one-semester introductory course on Hinduism. Designed for undergraduate level study, it provides everything students and teachers could expect from a printed text and more. There are two main components: 1. Hinduism - The eBook. A text book with extensive links to the Internet 2. Hinduism Online. A website dovetailing with the ebook and providing a range of additional resources for students and teachers. [...]

Summary of Contents: Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Vedic Religion; Chapter 3: Karma and Cosmology; Chapter 4: Hindu Social Organization and Values; Chapter 5: Dharma and the Individual; Chapter 6: The Sanksrit Language; Chapter 7: Indian Philosophical Schools; Chapter 8: The Epics; Chapter 9: The Bhagavad Gita and the Rise of Bhakti; Chapter 10: Major Hindu Sects; Chapter 11: Hindu Deities and Puranic Mythology; Chapter 12: Hindu Art and Worship Rituals; Chapter 13: Vedanta; Chapter 14: Tantra; Chapter 15: Reform and Revitalization; Chapter 16: Hinduism Beyond India; Chapter 17: Hinduism and the West; Chapter 18: Select Themes in Hinduism; Appendix: Glossary of Deities; Glossary of Place Names; Glossary of People's Names; Glossary of Texts; General Glossary."


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