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Awaken Bharata


Keys To The Awakening Of Bharata A Call For An Intellectual...
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The Two Wings Of Dharma

Anti-Brahmanism Sarva Dharma Samabhava...
The Danger Of Hindus.... Hinduism Under Siege...
Devic And Asuric ... Sufis And Militance
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Hindu Political And ... The Hindu Renaissance...
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Books By David Frawley

Awaken Bharata

From The River Of Heaven How I Became A Hindu
The Myth Of Aryan Invasion Of India

Hinduism : The Eternal Tradition, Sanatana Dharma

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Value of Religions

That we might not regard all religions as the same, however, does not mean that there is no value in different religions. We can honor religions for what they have to offer historically, culturally, intellectually, or on whatever level, without having to make them into something Divine and not to be questioned. The Bible, for example, is an extraordinary book with much great history, poetry, and wisdom that is worthy of profound study and reflection. 

But it is hardly the Word of God, true in all respects or for all time and for all people. In this regard all religions are part of our human legacy and must be understood, just as all the events and leaders of a nation must be examined to understand its history. Questioning them does not mean mindlessly discarding them but taking them for what they are worth, which in religion like in any human field of activity, from politics to art and science, has both some benefit and some imperfection. 

The most that one could say about the unity of religions is that all religions represent to some degree a human seeking of the Divine and transcendent, however imperfect that may be. Just as all forms of art, however varied, high and low, primitive or sophisticated, are seekings, consciously or unconsciously, after beauty; or just as all human laws, however varied, good and bad, magnanimous or cruel, are seekings for justice; similarly, all religions, however varied, Dharmic or adharmic, represent a human seeking for something beyond time and space, death and sorrow. 

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