Hinduism: A Beginner's Guide

Hinduism: A Beginner 

Oneworld Publications (2007) | English | ISBN 1851685383 | 234 pages | PDF | 6.18 MB

In this accessible introduction to Hinduism, Klaus K. Klostermaier explains the origins, beliefs, scriptures and philosophies of this ancient religion, and considers modern challenges the religion faces, such as the relationship between Hinduism and the West. Sweeping in scope, and highly readable, Hinduism: A Beginner's Guide offers a unique overview of a tradition that spans thousands of years and is essential reading for students, followers, and interested readers alike.

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