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Vindicated by time: the Niyogi committee report on Christian missionary activities, introd. by Sita Ram Goel
1998, Hardcover

the constitution of independent india adopted in january 1950 made things quite smooth for christian missions. they surged forward with renewed vigour. nationalist resistance to what had been viewed as an imperialist incubus during the struggle for freedom from british rule, broke down when the very leaders who had frowned upon it started speaking in its favour. voices which st ...
Manna: the heavenly food
Ram, Swarup
1960, pdf

this pdf version for online reading.
Psychology of prophetism: a secular look at the Bible
Elst, Koenraad (b.1959)
1993, Paperback

in this book, the author presents an important new line of research into the origins of prophetic religions like christianity: the psychological analysis of certain mental phenomena which believers construe as divine revelation. the entire abrahamic tradition rests on the belief that the one god reveals his will to mankind through privileged messengers, called prophets. origina ...
Aryan invasion theory and Indian nationalism
Talageri, Shrikant G
2003, Paperback

history is a very potent subject. politics can be, and very often is, based on it. a nation which forgets, or falsifies, or wilfully ignores, or glosses over the lessons of its history is a nation heading towards doom. and, conversely, when a nation is intended to be sent to its doom, a process of falsification of its history can be profitably launched. indian history, as it is ...
Inner yoga (antaryoga), transl. from Bengali by Simanta Narayan Chatterjee, with an introd. by Ram Swarup
1995, Paperback

the katha upanishad says that man in the ordinary course looks outward but some seeking a greater life turn their gaze inward (avrttachakshu), and there they find the immortal life of their true self. yoga consists in developing this inward and upward look. taking the celebrated yogasutras of patanjali as his framework, sri anirvan explains the eight limbs of patanjala yoga in ...
Bharatiya Janata Party vis-a-vis Hindu resurgence
Elst, Koenraad
1997, Hardcover

in spite of hinduism \'s nominal magnitude, the chance that hinduism gets wiped out by its enemies can no longer be discounted. more than ever, fortunes are spent on the war to destroy hinduism in favour of islam or some suitably adapted variety of christianity or marxism. the hostile activities of islamic and christian agitators and the attempts at hindu demoralization and los ...
On Hinduism: reviews and reflections, foreword by David Frawley
Swarup, Ram (1920-1998)
2000, Paperback

there are two major groups of religions in the world today. first are the conversion-based monotheistic creeds of christianity and islam. second are the pluralistic dharmic traditions of india, of which hinduism is the oldest and the largest. chinese taoism and japanese shinto have an affinity with dharmic traditions. so also the indigenous religious traditions of pre-christian ...
Meditations: yogas, gods, religions, foreword by David Frawley
Ram Swarup
2000, Hardcover

the 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 worldw ...
The word as revelation: names of Gods, foreword by David Frawley
Swarup, Ram
2001, Hardcover

there are two opposing views about language, both advanced by distinguished thinkers. one view holds that a language is external to objects and thoughts; the other view regards it as fundamental to them. in what sense or senses are these views true? can they be reconciled? language has not merely expressed man\'s fears; it has also expressed his sense of mystery. again and agai ...
Ayodhya: the finale: science versus secularism in the excavations debate
Elst, Koenraad
2003, Paperback

science had made considerable progress, to the point of being able to decide many historical riddles such as whether a given site has a history as a place of worship. with the modern techniques available, it is rather absurd that there should be a controversy over such a simple and easily verifiable matter. it is incredible that there has been a yes/no game over the existence o ...
The argumentative Hindu: essays by a non-affiliated orientalist
Koenraad Elst
2012, Paperback

the book is the person who rejects the imposed secularist consensus. the author, indus to their mistakes as well as to their potential. dr. koenraad elst, is a non-affiliated orientalist who sympathizes with this hindu dissenter. but he also made himself some enemies, not only among the secularists but also among the very hindus whose cause he champions. in this book, he d ...
Awaken Bharata: a call for India's rebirth, with a forewordby Ram Swarup
Frawley, David (Vamadeva Shastri)
2012, Paperback

the theme of the present book is the need for a resurgent hinduism, particularly on an intellectual level: a new hindu intelligentsia to meet the challenge of the media and computer age and the burgeoning information revolution. such a new hindu intelligentsia requires both a critique of anti-hindu forces, which are numerous and well-funded, and a self-examination among hindus, ...
How I became a Hindu: my discovery of Vedic dharma
Frawley, David
2014, Paperback

david frawley is one of the most prominent hindus of our times. he has made fundamental contributions to our understanding of the vedas; ha has also written on ayurveda and other vedic sciences. most importantly, he has urged a return to the vedas as a means to unlock the secrets of the scriptures that followed. he has shown how this key can reveal the meaning behind the exuber ...
Understanding Islam through Hadis: religious faith or fanaticism?
Swarup, Ram
2001, Paperback

ram swarup (1919-1998) graduated from the university of delhi in 1941 and had been an original writer and thinker ever since. he participated in his country\'s struggle for independence, courting imprisonment. for some years, he was a close associate of british-born mira behn (miss slade), mahatma gandhi\'s adopted daughter. in the fifties he led a movement warning against the ...
Catholic ashrams: sannyasins or swindlers? (enlarged edition with new appendices)
Goel, Sita Ram
2009, Paperback

the emergence of catholic ashrams in several parts of the country is not an isolated development. these institutions are links in a chain which is known as the ashram movement, and which different denominations of christianity are promoting in concert. the protestants and the syrian orthodox have evolved similar establishments. taken together, these institutions are known as ch ...
Antaryog, transl. from Bangla by Gaurisankar Mohta, introd.by Ram Swarup
2010, Paperback

sri anirvan was born in 1896 in mymensingh in eastern bengal (now bangladesh). after his schooling (largely the study of sanskrit and india\'s scriptures), he lived for twelve years in assam at the ashram of his tantric guru, swami nigamananda. then in 1930, at the age of thirty-four, he left the ashram to become a free wanderer. living sometimes in quiet himalayan retreats, so ...
Gandhi and Godse: why the Mahatma was murdered, rev. edition
Elst, Koenraad
2012, Paperback

it is commonly known that mahatma gandhi was shot dead in 1948 by a hindu militant, only half a year after india had both gained her independence and lost almost a quarter of her territory to the newly-founded islamic state of pakistan. less well-known is assassin nathuram godse\'s motive. until now, no publication has dealt with this question except for the naked text of godse ...
Negationism in India: concealing the record of Islam, 2nd enl. edn.
Elst, Koenraad
2014, Paperback

negationism in europe usually means the denial of the nazi genocide on the jews and gypsies in world war 2. less well-known is that india has its own brand of negationism. a section of the indian intelligentsia is trying to erase from the hindus\' memory the history of their persecution by the swords-men of islam. the number of victims of this persecution matches that of the na ...