Hindu Spirituality: Postclassical and Modern
K. R. Sundararajan, J. K. Sundararajan, Bithika Mukerji
Crossroad Publishing Company, 1997 - Religion - 584 pages
This book explores the richness of the Hindu tradition in its postclassical and modern periods. Chapters on Hinduism's poetry, art, philosophy, festivals, and music, as well as modern pioneers such as Sri Aurobindo and Mahatma Gandhi, are arranged in sections on regional spiritualities; the spiritualities of the Puranas, Agamas, and Tantra.
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Abhinavagupta Advaita Agamas ahimsa ahimsd ahirhsa Andal aspects attained Aurobindo become bhakti bindu bliss body Brahman called Carnatic music Christian consciousness deity Delhi devotion dharma disciple divine eternal experience expressed Gandhi Gitd goal gopis grace Guru Granth Guru Nanak Gurudev heart Hindu Hindu spirituality Hinduism human ideal incarnation Indian individual infinite Kabir Kerala Khand knowledge Krishna Krishnamurti Krsna liberation living Lord Krsna Madras Manikkavacakar mantra means meditation mind mystical Nammalvar nature nondual one's path person philosophy poet Puranas Radha Rama Ramakrishna Ramalirigar Reality realization religion religious rites ritual sacred sahaja saints Saiva Sakti samddhi Sanskrit says scriptures sense Siddhas Sikh sings Siva Sivananda social songs soul stage Supreme Surdasa Swami Swami Sivananda Swami Vivekananda symbol Tagore Tamil Tantric temple tion Tirukkural tradition transcendent truth Tulasidasa University Upanisads Vaisnava Vedanta Vedas Vedic Venkatesananda verse Visnu Vivekananda words worship yoga yogi