In this, the first full-length study of the asrama system, Patrick Olivelle uncovers its origin and traces its subsequent history. He examines in depth its relation ship to other institutional and doctrinal aspects of the Brahmanical world and its position within Brahmanical theology, and assesses its significance within the history of Indian religion. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/asrama-system-history-and-hermeneutics-of-religious-institution-IDE119/

In this, the first full-length study of the asrama system, Patrick Olivelle uncovers its origin and traces its subsequent history. He examines in depth its relation ship to other institutional and doctrinal aspects of the Brahmanical world and its position within Brahmanical theology, and assesses its significance within the history of Indian religion. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/asrama-system-history-and-hermeneutics-of-religious-institution-IDE119/

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HINDU SAMSKARAS (Socio-Religious Study of the Hindu Sacraments)

HINDU SAMSKARAS (Socio-Religious Study of the Hindu Sacraments)

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The Philosophy of the Upanisads: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/philosophy-of-upanisads-IDC839/

The Philosophy of the Upanisads: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/philosophy-of-upanisads-IDC839/

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The school of Vedanta designated as Visistadvaita was expounded by Sri Ramanuja in the classic Sri-Bhasya, which were developed by Sri Vedanta Desika in his two philosophical treatises titled Tattva-mukta-kalapa and Adhikrana-saravali. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/philosophy-of-visistadvaita-vedanta-study-based-on-vedanta-desika-s-adhikarana-saravali-NAB751/

The school of Vedanta designated as Visistadvaita was expounded by Sri Ramanuja in the classic Sri-Bhasya, which were developed by Sri Vedanta Desika in his two philosophical treatises titled Tattva-mukta-kalapa and Adhikrana-saravali. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/philosophy-of-visistadvaita-vedanta-study-based-on-vedanta-desika-s-adhikarana-saravali-NAB751/

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The work comprises twenty nine chapters grouped in five main parts. It draws mainly from the original sources. A genuine student of religion and philosophy will find in this work an invaluable and exhaustive store of facts. This monumental work in meant to restore to the Vedic religion its just place in the study of theology. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/religion-and-philosophy-of-veda-and-upanishads-reprint-of-volume-31-and-32-of-harvard-oriental-series-2-volumes-NAB401/

The work comprises twenty nine chapters grouped in five main parts. It draws mainly from the original sources. A genuine student of religion and philosophy will find in this work an invaluable and exhaustive store of facts. This monumental work in meant to restore to the Vedic religion its just place in the study of theology. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/religion-and-philosophy-of-veda-and-upanishads-reprint-of-volume-31-and-32-of-harvard-oriental-series-2-volumes-NAB401/

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The fourteen Upanisad-s published by us as The Vaisnava Upanisad-s are found in the list of 108 Upanisad-s in the Muktikopanisad. The Vaisnava Upanisad-s generally belong to the Tantra school advocating worship of the various aspects of Visnu as Narasimha, Rama, Krsna using mantra-s, and tantra (gestural worship) Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/vaisnava-upanisad-s-english-translation-based-on-commentary-of-upanisad-brahmayogin-english-translation-only-IHJ019/

The fourteen Upanisad-s published by us as The Vaisnava Upanisad-s are found in the list of 108 Upanisad-s in the Muktikopanisad. The Vaisnava Upanisad-s generally belong to the Tantra school advocating worship of the various aspects of Visnu as Narasimha, Rama, Krsna using mantra-s, and tantra (gestural worship) Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/vaisnava-upanisad-s-english-translation-based-on-commentary-of-upanisad-brahmayogin-english-translation-only-IHJ019/

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"The author has identified, for the first time, the personifications of different components of Yajna shown on the limbs of Varaha. While explaining the zooanthropomorphic form of Varaha, she has emphasized the fertility aspect of Varaha in addition to the concept of uplifting of Earth"! Read more here: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/varaha-images-in-madhya-pradesh-iconographic-study-IDD851/

"The author has identified, for the first time, the personifications of different components of Yajna shown on the limbs of Varaha. While explaining the zooanthropomorphic form of Varaha, she has emphasized the fertility aspect of Varaha in addition to the concept of uplifting of Earth"! Read more here: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/varaha-images-in-madhya-pradesh-iconographic-study-IDD851/

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This book presents an English translation of Mani Iyer’s seven Upanisadic dramas, originally in Tamil, and includes English transliteration of the original Sanskrit verses. The dramas pertain to seven of the major Upanisads: Kena, Isavasya, Prasna, Mundaka, Mandukya, Taittiriya and Katha. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/dramatic-version-of-seven-major-upanisads-upanishads-made-easy-to-understand-IHE031/

This book presents an English translation of Mani Iyer’s seven Upanisadic dramas, originally in Tamil, and includes English transliteration of the original Sanskrit verses. The dramas pertain to seven of the major Upanisads: Kena, Isavasya, Prasna, Mundaka, Mandukya, Taittiriya and Katha. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/dramatic-version-of-seven-major-upanisads-upanishads-made-easy-to-understand-IHE031/

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Bharatiya-Pranama-Paddhati (Respectful Salutations in India): A Rare Book

Bharatiya-Pranama-Paddhati (Respectful Salutations in India): A Rare Book

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The book abounds in Sanskrit quotations, all of which are found in the Bengali original. In the translation, we have put all the Sanskrit quotations as foot-notes, giving their renderings in the body of the book. Only in one chapter where the entire Stotraratna of Sri Yamuna-charya is rendered, we have for the sake of convenience put the Sanskrit slokas in the Appendix. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/life-of-sri-ramanuja-IDG644/

The book abounds in Sanskrit quotations, all of which are found in the Bengali original. In the translation, we have put all the Sanskrit quotations as foot-notes, giving their renderings in the body of the book. Only in one chapter where the entire Stotraratna of Sri Yamuna-charya is rendered, we have for the sake of convenience put the Sanskrit slokas in the Appendix. Ref: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/life-of-sri-ramanuja-IDG644/

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