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Cultural and Religious Heritage of India; 8 Volumes / Sharma, Suresh K. & Sharma, Usha (Eds.)
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  Book ID : 20808
  ISBN-10 : 81-7099-955-3 / 8170999553
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7099-955-3 / 9788170999553
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2004
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  DETAILS:- Vol.1. Hinduism; xviii, 326p., Bib., Index, 23 cm. Vol.2. Jainism; xviii, 336p., Bib., Index, 23 cm. Vol.3. Buddhism; xviii, 308p., Bib., Index, 23 cm. Vol.4. Christianity; xviii, 360p., Bib., Index, 23 cm. Vol.5. Islam; xviii, 390p., Bib., Index, 23 cm. Vol.6. Sikhism; xviii, 309p., Bib., Index, 23 cm. Vol.7. Zoroastrianism; xviii, 368p., Bib., Index, 23 cm. Vol.8. Cultural and Religious Reform Movements; xviii, 315p., Bib., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

Vol.1: Hinduism:
1. What is Hinduism?.
2. Hinduism-S. Hanumantha Rao.
3. Hinduism-Its Fundamental Teachings.
4. Hinduism-Monier Williams.
5. The Hindu Religion.
6. Hinduism-Flora Annie Steel.
7. Hinduism-Nicol Macnicol.
8. Religion.
9. Development of Hinduism and the Doctrine of Triple Manifestation.
10. Hinduism-Louis Renou.
11. The Hindu Dharma.
12. The Hindu Faith.
13. Hinduism.
14. The Essentials of Hinduism.
15. The Heart of Hinduism.
16. Religion and Society.
17. The Hindu Dharma.
18. On Hinduism.
19. The Essence of Hinduism.
20. My Meaning of Sanatana Hinduism.

Vol.2: Jainism:
1. Jainism-A Familyhood of all Religions.
2. History of Jainism.
3. Jainism- Monier Williams.
4. Jainism-Annie Besant.
5. Jainism-The Religion of Mahavira, the Conqueror.
6. Jainism-Historical Summary.
7. Historical and Ethnical Roots of Jainism.
8. The Jains-James Bissett.
9. The Jains-J.N. Farquhar.
10. The Religion of the Jainas.
11. The Life of Mahavira.
12. Mahavira and his religion.
13. Jainism-Louis Renou.
14. Jaina Worship and Religious Customs.
15. Jainism-Hermann Jacobi.
16. Jaina Mythology.
17. Antiquity and History.
18. The Ancient Jain Temples, Ajmer.
19. The Sacred Mountain.
20. Sect of Jainas.
21. Introduction of Jaina Philosophy.
22. Modern Period of the Development of Jainism.
23. Jainism and Modern Life.
24. The Great Scriptures of Jains.

Vol.3: Buddhism:
1. Buddha and his Religion.
2. Buddha.
3. The Buddha.
4. Buddha.
5. Buddhism-The Religion of the Enlightened One.
6. Origin of Buddhism.
7. Buddhism.
8. Buddhism-The Southern School.
9. On Buddha and Buddhism.
10. The Rationality of Buddhism.
11. Lord Buddha-How Would He Solve.
12. Gautama the Buddha.
13. The Life of Buddha.
14. The Teachings of the Buddha.
15. The Foundation of Buddhism.
16. Buddhism and Modern Thought.
17. India and Buddhism.
18. Buddha and Modern India.
19. The Great Sanchi Congregation.
20. Sites of Asoka's Edicts.

Vol.4: Christianity:
1. Origins of Christianity of India.
2. The Rise and Growth of Christianity in India.
3. Christians in India.
4. Indigenous Expression of Christianity in India.
5. Christianity in India.
6. Medieval Christianity in India.
7. Akbar and Christianity.
8. The Armenian Christians in India.
9. Malabar Christians.
10. The Catholic Church in India since the Mid-Nineteenth Century.
11. Christian Missions in India.
12. Christianity-Roman Catholicism.
13. Christianity-The Christian Faith.
14. Protestant Christianity in India Since 1858.
15. Christianity.
16. The Contribution of Keshub to Modern Christian Thought.
17. Christian Participation in Political Life.
18. Christianity-Its Economy and Way of Life.
19. Christian Participation in Building a New Society.
20. Cultural Foundations-The Christian Contributions.
21. New Trends in Indian Christianity.
22. The New Testament.

Vol.5: Islam:
1. Mohammed the Prophet.
2. Islam-Its Aims and Scope.
3. Islam-Its Teachings.
4. Islam in India.
5. Islam.
6. The Islamic Revival.
7. Islamic Law and Theology in India.
8. The Religious Spirits of Islam.
9. Islam in its Hindu Environment.
10. Islam in India.
11. The Mohammedans.
12. Islam and India Thought.
13. The Solidarity of Islam.
14. Mysticism in Islam.
15. Sufi Movement.
16. Sufism.
17. Sufi Movement in India.
18. The Holy Quran.

Vol.6: Sikhism:
1. Sikh Religion.
2. Sikhism.
3. The Glory of Sikhism.
4. The Sikh Religion.
5. Sikhism.
6. Sikhism.
7. The Miracle of Sikhism.
8. Sikhism.
9. The Khalsa-A Universal Brotherhood.
10. The Advent of Sikhism.
11. Religion and Religious Life as Conceived by Guru Nanak.
12. Nanak Panthis or the Sikh and Sikhism.
13. Sikhs.
14. The Sikh Gurus.
15. Life of Guru Nanak.
16. Nanak-The Guru of the Sikhs.
17. Guru Nanak.
18. Guru Granth Sahab.
19. Adi Granth and the Sikh Religion.
20. Evolution of the Sikh Character.
21. Guru Nanak's Views on God.
22. A Prayer.
23. The Sikh Way of life.
24. Religious Instruction in a Sikh Institution.
25. Guru Nanak's Views on Caste.
26. Caste and Untouchability.
27. Forms and Symbols.
28. Sikh Ceremonies.
29. Child Naming and Initiating Ceremony.
30. Anand Marriage.
31. The Amrit Ceremony or Sikh Baptism.
32. The Preparation of Karah Parshad.
33. A Sikh Citizen.

Vol.7: Zoroastrianism:
1. Zoroaster.
2. Zoroastrianism Revelation Considered as a Source of Religious Knowledge.
3. Historical Sketch.
4. The Parsees.
5. Zoroastrianism.
6. Parsis of Ancient India.
7. Parsees in British India.
8. Distinguished Parsis of Gujarat.
9. The Zoroastrians in India.
10. A Brief Sketch of the Zoroastrian.
11. The Religious System of the Parsees.
12. The Marriage Ceremony of the Parsees.
13. The Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1865.
14. The Parsi Succession Act.
15. The Parsi Cahttels Real Act.
16. Dadabhai Naoroji.

Vol.8: Cultural and Religious Reform Movements:
1. The Bhakti and Reformist Movements.
2. The Kabir Panthis and the Sikhs.
3. Swami Prannath and the Pranami Religious Movement in the 17th Century Bundelkhand.
4. The Significance of Lord Prannath's Message for the Present Day.
5. An Appraisal of the Wahabi Movement.
6. The Brahmo Somaj or Theism in India.
7. The Faith of the Brahma Samaj.
8. Brahmoism-The Spirit and Principles of the New Dispensation.
9. A Historical Sketch of the Brahmo Samaj.
10. The Brahmo Samaj and the Arya Samaj.
11. The Radhasoamis and Theosophists.
12. The Prarthana Samaj.
13. The Ideals of the Prarthana Samaj.
14. The Position of the Prarthanan Samaj in the Religious World.
15. The Prarthana Samaj and the National Social Conference.
16. The Singh Sabha Movement.
17. The United Lodge of Theosophists.
18. Theosophy-The Source.
19. Theosophy-The Summation.
20. The Test of the Arya Samaj.
21. The Arya Samaj Movement and its Social Contents.
22. The Arya Samaj.
23. The Ramakrishna Movement.

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From the beginning of history, religion has been admittedly the most vital force in shaping the human civilization at various developmental stages. India has been the home of religions and diverse schools of philosophical thought from time immemorial. As the great thinker, Havelock Ellis, said, "Religion grows in India as wild flowers in the forest". It is thus we have a hoary tradition of saints, seers, prophets, etc., who gave us the Vedas, the Puranas and other religious scriptures through the ages. From them have sprung up numerous religions according to the genius and philosophic bent of the founders. All religions aim at giving solace and peace to mind and become a boon to their followers. Through a disciplined mind and body and the golden rule of moderation, all religions, in essence, teach us to be good, dutiful, law abiding and, humane. All religions highlight the brotherhood of man. Yet the world is divided into varying camps. This could be avoided if the fundamental tenets of various religions are carried out by the people in all possible ways. The present volumes may meet this long-felt need of the present day man.
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