Indian Religions: The Spiritual Traditions of South Asia : an Anthology
Permanent Black, 2002 - India - 620 pages
This Book Is An Anthology Of Written And Oral Texts By Spiritual Teachers From South Asia, Covering The Period Of The Rig Veda To The 1980S. All The Major Traditions (Vedic-Hindu, Jain, Buddhist, Sufi And Sikh) As Well As Heterodox And Transgressive Traditions, Are Represented.
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Indian religions: a historical reader of spiritual expression and experienceUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In a book that attempts to cover the last 3500 years of Indian spiritual expression, Heehs (Sri Aurobindo Ashram Archives, Pondicherry, India) includes selections and transcriptions of about 200 ... Read full review