Mahatma Gandhi and Leo Tolstoy Letters by B. Srinivasa Murthy

By B. Srinivasa Murthy

In 1908, while Gandhi used to be pioneering his passive resistance experiments inSouth Africa, Tolstoy wrote A Letter To A Hindu. A Letter To A Hindu was once a answer toC.R. Das, a progressive consultant of Indians in Europe, who had challengedTolstoy’s philosophy of non-resistance. Gandhi learn A Letter To A Hindu and used to be sointrigued by way of it that he sought Tolstoy’s permission to put up the letter in SouthAfrica. Tolstoy wholeheartedly authorized the undertaking and in addition consented to have hiswritings translated into Indian dialects.To learn the correspondence among Mahatma Gandhi and Leo Tolstoy andfathom the deliberating those literary giants is to catch the typical threadsrunning via jap and Western idea. Too frequently, we overlook the fundamentalunity of all religions as we plumb for his or her modifications. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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White Mughals: Love and Betrayal in Eighteenth-Century India by William Dalrymple

By William Dalrymple

Conjuring the entire sweep of a superb nineteenth-century novel, acclaimed writer William Dalrymple finds the interesting tale of the British Resident on the courtroom of the Nizam of Hyderabad, James Kirkpatrick, who in 1798 fell in love with the great-niece of the Hyderabadi best minister. To marry her, Kirkpatrick switched over to Islam or even grew to become a double agent operating opposed to the East India corporation. laying off mild at the many eccentric Westerners in this interval who "turned Turk," adopting Indian customs, costume, and religions, Darymple brings to lifestyles a compelling and mostly unwritten tale of Britain’s rule over India.

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Proceedings of All India Seminar on Biomedical Engineering by Rajesh B. Dhirawani (auth.), Veerendra Kumar, Mukta Bhatele

By Rajesh B. Dhirawani (auth.), Veerendra Kumar, Mukta Bhatele (eds.)

This publication is a suite of articles awarded via researchers and practitioners, together with engineers, biologists, wellbeing and fitness execs and informatics/computer scientists, attracted to either theoretical advances and purposes of knowledge platforms, man made intelligence, sign processing, electronics and different engineering instruments in parts concerning biology and medication within the All India Seminar on Biomedical Engineering 2012 (AISOBE 2012), geared up via The establishment of Engineers (India), Jabalpur neighborhood Centre, Jabalpur, India in the course of November 3-4, 2012. The content material of the booklet comes in handy to medical professionals, engineers, researchers and academicians in addition to professionals.

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Abhinavagupta: La liberté de la conscience by David Dubois

By David Dubois

Durant l'Âge d'or de l'Inde, le Cachemire fut le cœur vivant du Tantra, ce vaste mouvement qui cherche à réconcilier spiritualité et sensualité. Ce livre est une creation à l'enseignement du génie le plus fulgurant du Tantra, Abhinavagupta (Xe s.). Il nous fait voir dans l’existence humaine le jeu de l’absolu jouant à s’oublier dans les choses de ce monde pour ensuite mieux s’y reconnaître. Abhinavagupta se donne corps et âme à cette reconnaissance du Soi divin à travers les joies et les misères de l. a. vie quotidienne, partageant son expérience paradoxale avec rigueur et vigueur, en mélangeant des registres que l’Occident oppose. Chez lui, l’expérience et l. a. théorie, l’intellect et los angeles vie, l’art et l’ascèse, l. a. philosophie et l. a. faith se conjuguent pour réveiller l. a. judgment of right and wrong libre depuis toujours, mais assoupie dans ses habitudes mécaniques. Sa métaphysique s’enracine toujours dans l’expérience. Maître de l. a. parole, Abhinavagupta n’oublie jamais de s’abreuver à los angeles Source.

Sans moralisme, Abhinavagupta esquisse, au fil des extraits présentés dans ce livre, une véritable voie d’exploration et de célébration de los angeles liberté. Loin de tout formalisme religieux ou conceptuel, il joue de tous les registres du savoir disponible en son temps pour s’émerveiller et entraîner son lecteur.
Cette œuvre intéressera le chercheur d’aujourd’hui par sa measurement universelle et pratique. Sans exotisme, sans dogmatisme, elle va droit à l’essentiel. Chaque extrait proposé veut être une ouverture attainable vers l’essence de notre être.

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Girls for Sale: Kanyasulkam, a Play from Colonial India by Gurajada Apparao, Velcheru Narayana Rao

By Gurajada Apparao, Velcheru Narayana Rao

First staged in 1892, the South Indian play women on the market (Kanyasulkam) is taken into account the best glossy paintings of Telugu literature and the 1st significant drama written in an Indian language that critiqued British colonialism's results on Indian society. packed with humor, biting social statement, parody, and masquerade, the plot revolves round a shrewdpermanent courtesan, a tender widow, and a really previous guy who desires to purchase as his spouse a really younger woman. Velcheru Narayana Rao has ready the first idiomatic English translation, with notes and a serious essay. Itself a masterpiece of Indian literature in translation, this variation makes Apparao's paintings to be had to new audiences.

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Deepak Chopra Presents India Authentic 4: Uma by Saurav Mohapatra

By Saurav Mohapatra

There exists a global past our mortal comprehension that tells the tale of existence ahead of guy. those are tales of the gods and goddesses who reign over humanity and wield the forces of the Universe. those are the tales that lay the principles of a rustic a thousand million robust. those are the tales of INDIA genuine. Deepak Chopra offers the stories of the immortal gods: Indra, Kaali, Ganesha, Uma and Shiva, whose tales are usually not mere fairy-tales yet classes in realizing one's personal lifestyles. learn the legends created ahead of legends even existed, the legends which are authentically India...

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Cultural History of India by A. L. Basham

By A. L. Basham

This e-book, edited via the well known historian A. L. Basham, provides a entire survey of Indian tradition, masking such facets as faith, philosophy, social association, literature, paintings. structure, track and technological know-how. It contains a distinct part facing the impression of Indian civilization at the remainder of the area, in addition to information of the political heritage of the area to supply a chronological framework for the non-specialist. individuals contain such eminent students as Radhakrishnan, Burrow, Das, and Spear.

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Buddha: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Michael Carrithers

By Michael Carrithers

During this beneficial advent, Michael Carrithers publications us during the complicated and occasionally conflicting info that Buddhist texts provide us concerning the existence and educating of the Buddha.

He discusses the social and political heritage of India within the Buddha's time and lines the improvement of his proposal. He additionally assesses the fast and frequent assimilation of Buddhism and its modern relevance. Well-paced and informative, this creation will enlighten not just those that examine Buddhism and comparative faith yet a person intrigued via the outstanding philosophy of 1 of the best spiritual thinkers.

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