India: What Can It Teach Us 1883

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Education - 288 pages
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A course of lectures delivered before the University of Cambridge. The author is an assiduous student of philology and regarded it as an important key to history and intellectual progress. The lectures contained in this volume are entitled: What Can India Teach Us; On the Truthful Character of the Hindus; The Human Interest of Sanskrit Literature; Objections; Lessons of the Veda; Vedic Deities; Veda and Vedanta.

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By this book, we can understand the importance of Hindu culture. Not only we but the Britishers also tell this thing- that we can see by this book.

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This is one of the most authantic book that we come to no about our Ancient and Rich language which is mother of all the all language and why we should proud to speak our mother tounge....basically it's a vedic language... we all must learn this and try to speak it atleast minimum ...unnecessary we are running behind english. i dont have any problem with english but.....
I RESPECT ALL MOTHER BUT I RESPECT MY MOTHER MORE...
 

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