Imbibed in Faith

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Partridge Publishing, Feb 5, 2014 - History - 252 pages
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This book is an exotic account of some important religious places in India garnished with a collection of fascinating mythological anecdotes and ancient saga of valor, romance, and penance that are embedded in the timeline of this enigmatic country. The history of India is marked by arrival of various invaders from faraway land. Their presence and actions have been important guiding force for the religious beliefs to emerge and faiths to manifest in this country. Also Indias own history that dates back to several thousand years is a repository of remarkable episodes and vast spiritual knowledge submerged in a sea of ignorance. It is for this reason that the author chose to relate the various places of his visit to historical sequence of events and ancient anecdotes in an effort to enhance the significance and sanctity of these places that are often ignored. Readers of all ages and from all across the globe will find it extremely captivating while reading this documentary as it journeys through the different provinces of the country that is so diversified and distinctive yet inseparably interwoven by the invisible thread of faith.
 

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Contents

West Bengal
Sikkim
Assam 13 Meghalaya
Arunachal Pradesh
Nagaland
Manipur 17 Mizoram
Tripura
Orissa

Uttar Pradesh 8 Bihar 9 Jharkhand

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