Dayānanda Sarasvatī, His Life and Ideas
Oxford University Press, 1978 - Arya-Samaj - 368 pages
This biography interprets Dayanda in his time as an integral part of the vigorous intellectual atmosphere of 19th century India, explores his ideas and theories and analyses his involvement in social and religious reform, and provides an account of Dayananda's life, traced primarlily from contemporary documents.
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