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    I think the one word that can fully describe this book is beautiful Firstly, the cover is stunning, which made me instantly excited to begin reading the book Inside, the formatting and layout of the book are stylish yet simple fits the tone of the book very well And the writing the writing is absolutely beautiful Many Many Many Gods of Hinduism is filled with descriptive and creative word choices, which I think is a fair indicator of a good book in the spirituality and religion genre I think the one word that can fully describe this book is beautiful Firstly, the cover is stunning, which made me instantly excited to begin reading the book Inside, the formatting and layout of the book are stylish yet simple fits the tone of the book very well And the writing the writing is absolutely beautiful Many Many Many Gods of Hinduism is filled with descriptive and creative word choices, which I think is a fair indicator of a good book in the spirituality and religion genr...


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    Did you know That Hitler s concept of a pure Aryan Race was fatally flawed and based on inexact, prejudiced research That the Hindu caste system was abolished in 1949 You can join Hinduism even of you want to retain your atheism All paths lead to God There is no such thing as Sin or Hell And much, much, much These fascinating insights, and a host of others, are contained in this excellent and accessible book about the beliefs, history, social and geographical origin Did you know That Hitler s concept of a pure Aryan Race was fatally flawed and based on inexact, prejudiced research That the Hindu caste system was abolished in 1949 You can join Hinduism even of you want to retain your atheism All paths lead to God There is no such thing as Sin or Hell And much, much, much These fascinating insights, and a host of others, are contained in this excellent and accessible book about the beliefs...


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    Most Hindus don t understand their religion The average Hindu knowsabout the rituals but less about the religion than he realizes This book has all the vital facts which every practicing Hindu must read People interested in knowingabout India s formation in the past few centuries.Best lines from the book The word Hinduism is only about 300 years old, even though the religion isthan five thousand years old.The word Hindu itself is actually a Persian word coined by Cyrus the Most Hindus don t understand their religion The average Hindu knowsabout the rituals but less about the religion than he realizes This book has all the vital facts which every practicing Hindu must read People interested in knowingabout India s formation in the past few centuries.Best lines from the book The word Hinduism is only about 300 years old, even though the religion isthan five thousand years old.The word Hindu itself is actually a Persian word coined by Cyrus the great in th...


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    This is a well researched book that the author has written with much passion The author writes in a clear easy to read style However, there are too many ideas and facts in this book for me to give an adequate review I feel that this is a worthwhile book to read because Hinduism is a major religion that most of us know little about The author states that one out of every six people around the world is an Indian who can trace their root to India He also states that 8...


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    I loved this book for many many many reasons I knew very little almost nothing of Hinduism, and wasn t sure what to expect when I read this masterpiece I now have a new appreciation for the culture, history and the people When my wife comes home from her yoga class and says namaste, it has a new meaning to me now.The author does an incredible job putting together a complete resource for anyone that wants an entertaining wikipedia style refere...


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    I was surprised with how much I liked reading this book I admit I m not normally one for the religious type books, and consider myselfspiritual than sticking to any one practicing religion But I think that was almost what I liked the best about this book was explaining the roots of the spiritualty that Hindus believe and especially how they connect it with the body and mind Even if you don t agree with the philosophy...


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    I ve read the dummies book and the idiot s guide on Hinduism some time back Both are quite good, but none of them talks about the controversies as this book I believe that s the best part in this highly entertaining book.


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    I am a bit conflicted about my feelings on this book My love for the first two thirds of the book had me talking to people about my interest and engagement with it as I devoured its contents, and then for the final third very disappointed in some very specific ways.The book began as a wonderful primer of Indian culture a collection of short, friendly nonfiction essays on the history of the people and one of the oldest and most culturally diverse countries on the planet With a light voice and I am a bit conflicted about my feelings on this book My love for the first two thirds of the book had me talking to people about my interest and engagement with it as I devoured its contents, and then for the final third very disappointed in some very specific ways.The book began as a wonderful primer of Indian culture a collection of short, friendly nonfiction essays on the history of the people and one of the oldest and most culturally diverse countries on the planet With a light voice and an approachable tone, Achuthananda takes the reader on a journey of discovery and enlightenment in some unfamiliar and very non common know...


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    What s interesting is that as a Christian in present day America, one might not even really realize the amount of influence Hinduism has had on our culture and how it is not necessarily some strange foreign religion, but one that touches most of our lives whether we realize it or not From the popular practice of yoga, to the belief in karma thanks for fully explaining that, btw , it s funny to see that Hinduism isn t necessarily a culture that is over there but can be felt right here as we What s interesting is that as a Christian in present day America, one might not even really realize the amount of influence Hinduism has had on our culture and how it is not necessarily some strange foreign relig...


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    I think that MANY MANY MANY GODS OF HINDUISM by author Swami Achuthananda is exactly the type of book that students should read when learning about other cultures When its presented in this way, it comes off less as a teaching text book, butlike an interesting novel, with the stories and background information It is almost like plots weaving themse...


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Many Many Many Gods of Hinduism Religion Is The Opium Of The People, Said Karl Marx Many Centuries Ago For Than A Billion People Living In India And Abroad, Hinduism Is The Religion And A Way Of Life In This Book Swami Achuthananda Cracks Open The Opium Poppy Pods, Analyzes The Causes For Euphoria, And Comes Away With A Deeper Understanding Of The People And Their Religion This Is A Comprehensive Book On Hinduism It Tells You Why Hindus Do The Things They Do And Don T Written In A Casual Style, The Book Guides You Through The Fundamentals Of The Religion It Then Goes Further And Debunks A Number Of Long Standing Myths, Some Of Them Coming From The Academia Of All Places While Most Books Shy Away From Contentious Issues, This Book Plunges Headlong By Taking On Controversies, Like The Aryan Invasion Theory, Idol Worship, RISA Scholarship And Many In Fact One Third Of The Book Is Just On Controversies That You Rarely Find In Any Other Literature.