Hindu spirituality: Postclassical and modern

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K. R. Sundararajan, Bithika Mukerji
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., Jan 1, 2003 - Hinduism - 584 pages
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The term hindu is referred to the religious life of the people of India, and Spirituality understood as wisdom about the way back into the ground of pluralism of religious forms. These two volumes are strucrtured along the division between the classical and the postclassical.Twenty seven scholars from around the world shed light on the spiritual beauty of Hinduisms poetry art and temples, festivals and music, as well as the contributions of modern pioneers such as Swami Vivekananda Sri Aurobindo, Mahatma Gandhi and others.
  

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Contents

The Four Spiritual Ways upaya
3
The Spiritual Contribution of Maharashtra Saints
23
Bengal Vaisnavism
47
Devotional Poetry of Surdasa and Tulasidasa
63
The Personal and Social Dimensions
112
The Rebel Saint
141
Mysticism in the Saivdgamas
186
Tantric Spirituality
209
Traveler in a Pathless Land
321
The Spirituality of the Future
370
Spirituality and the Music of India
437
The Spirituality of Carnatic Music
450
The Spiritual Dimension of Indian
459
The Spirituality of Sahaja Sadhana
479
Indian Christian Spirituality
507
The Spiritual Experience in Sikhism
530

TheWayoftheSiddhas
232
The Spiritual Vision of Ramalirigar
255
At Play in His Mothers Mansion
283
The Spirituality of Swami Vivekananda
299
Glossary
562
Contributors
570
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