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by Ram Swarup

  • Author: Ram Swarup
  • ISBN: 8185990646
  • ISBN13: 978-8185990644
  • ePub: 1647 kb | FB2: 1410 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Christian Living
  • Publisher: Voice of India; 2000 edition (2000)
  • Pages: 278
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Meditations: Yogas, Gods, Religions ePub download

Ram Swarup (राम सवरूप)(1920 – 26 December 1998), born Ram Swarup Agarwal, was an independent Hindu thinker and prolific author.

Ram Swarup (राम सवरूप)(1920 – 26 December 1998), born Ram Swarup Agarwal, was an independent Hindu thinker and prolific author. His works took a critical stance against Christianity, Islam and Communism. His work has influenced other Indian writers. Ram Swarup (राम स्वरूप)(1920 – 26 December 1998), born Ram Swarup Agarwal, was an independent Hindu thinker and prolific author.

Voice of India (2000). Similar books and articles. This article has no associated abstract. Indian Philosophy in Asian Philosophy. Satya Prakash Singh (e. - 2010 - Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers. Yoga and the Sacred Fire: Self-Realization and Planetary Transformation. David Frawley - 2004 - Lotus Press. Tantrik Yoga: Hindu and Tibetan.

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Without it one cannot really understand Buddhism. With it, the truth within all religions become apparent. Rather a way to confront reality for ourselves.

The book presents correct interpretation of religion and comprehensive description of the holy scriptures of. .

The book presents correct interpretation of religion and comprehensive description of the holy scriptures of these religions.

Ram Swarup (1920 – 26 December 1998), born Ram Swarup Agarwal, was an Indian author and one of the most important thought leaders of the Hindu revivalist movement. Ram Swarup Agarwal was born in 1920 to a banker father in Sonipat, now a part of the state of Haryana. He graduated in Economics at Delhi University in 1941.

Both these lectures form the book Science and Religion. This little book can provide an inquisitive teenager with the proper values to explore the common grounds between dharma and science. After this, gift him Why God Won’t Go Away: Brain Science and the Biology of Belief by Andrew Newberg and Eugene G D’Aquili. If you are interested in ecology, then surely you would have all the books of James Lovelock in your study. If not, make sure you do.

Ram Swarup, Swords to sell a god, ( 16 June 1992 in The Telegraph) . Pope John Paul II on Eastern religions and yoga: A Hindu-Buddhist rejoinder

Freedom of expression: Secular theocracy versus liberal democracy. Pope John Paul II on Eastern religions and yoga: A Hindu-Buddhist rejoinder. A religious minority is a law unto itself. The institutions run by it enjoy protection both from their staff as well as from the Government. Presenting some excerpts from Ram Swarup's book, it warned its readers :"Most parts of the book are concoctions and distortions as well as defamatory and derogatory to the Holy Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him)".

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Language: EnglishPages: 300About the BookThe exploration of consciousness is an ancient and unique specialization of Hindu spirituality which sees consciousness as the very ground and being of the entire universe. Consciousness is the key word for the Hindu mind and meditation is the main methodology to develop it. There is a new interest in spirituality today, evidenced by the popularity of Yoga and meditation worldwide but it appears as yet to be immature or naive. While one can find meditation camps, techniques and training methods, these seldom turn out people of deep insight. The reason is that true intelligence is always something that cannot be planned, orchestrated or mass- produced.On the other hand, many spiritual people, particularly of a devotional nature, are notably lacking in intellectual sophistication and sometimes miss out in common sense. They can be duped by claims of sainthood or spiritual realization, which are easy to make and difficult to verify. They are prone to uncritically accept anything that calls itself religion or mysticism. Without some positive development of the intellect, spiritual growth appears limited or one-sided, or at least mute. It easily gets lost, deceived or confused.We need a new order of spiritual thinkers - spiritual intellectuals if you will - who have the sophistication of thought but coming from a place of consciousness within, and who speak directly, not relying on the intellectual establishment. In this context the works of Ram Swarup are notably refreshing and revitalizing to the spirit. He is a good model of the type of higher thinker that we need in the world today. He demonstrates a remarkable combination of sharp intellectual clarity with deep spiritual insight and sensitivity. Ram Swarup presents