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    Rajiv Malhotra ✓ 3 review summary ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Rajiv Malhotra free read Indras Net I have read two books by Rajiv Malhotra – ‘Breaking India’ and ‘Being Different’ and Indra’s Net is third book by same author This book is serious work Indra’s Net is for those who are genuinely interested in knowing the correct history and interpretations of Hindu civilization and are willing and open minded to imbibe those th

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    EBOOK Indras Net free read Indras Net This is a long review it is divided into sections You may want to pick the sections you want to read A Little Background Sanatana Dharma is rooted in diversity; you can be a staunch Sri Vaishnavaite and be a Hindu you can be a Shaivaite and be Hindu you can follow the Advaita Vedanta of Sri AdiShankara and be a Hindu you can be a follower of Dvaita Vedanta and be Hindu you can follow a Guru who follows Sastra Pramana and be a Hindu Moksh

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    EBOOK Indras Net I would like to state what Arun Shourie has said for this book A book that every Indian must readAn exceptional book highlighting the threat to Hindu philosophy and Hinduism on the wholeThe author has done a really detailed purva paksha of the problem along with the major proponents of the myth of neo Hinduism He explains their thesis and then provides rebuttal of each pointThe underlying unity in Dharmic darshanas and the under

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    summary ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Rajiv Malhotra Rajiv Malhotra ✓ 3 review EBOOK Indras Net Indra’s Net is the most researched and valuable book of my collection on Hinduism Indra’s net is written by Mr Rajiv Malhotra Ji Philanthropist Scholar of Hinduism Social Activist and Public speaker This book

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    EBOOK Indras Net In the first part of Indra’s Net Rajiv Malhotra traces the lineage of scholars who posit a “neo Hinduism” invented b

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    EBOOK Indras Net Far from the common practitioner of dharmic traditions among the western and westernized academia for about than half a century a uasi literate bid to create an impression that the evolution of hinduism has stopped and the concurrent developments since Vivekananda are mere bastardization of christian values has been leveraged as an impenet

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    free read Indras Net Rajiv Malhotra ✓ 3 review summary ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Rajiv Malhotra First came across the Avatamsaka Sutra and its transmission from Hinduism into Buddhism Author with incredible insight presents the shallow poverty stricken nature or perhaps the presence of an agenda driven tint in the western lens when the lens keeps parrotting that dharma traditions lack unity And then moves to demolish that lens completely

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    EBOOK Indras Net Rajiv Malhotra ✓ 3 review free read Indras Net I didn't like the book The author fails to respond to any of the philosophical problems raised by western philosophers regarding Hinduism though he is able to clearly define the problems posed by them I have read better books

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    summary ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Rajiv Malhotra Rajiv Malhotra ✓ 3 review free read Indras Net This book is a very specific rebuttal of selected biases against the Hindu culture that are misrepresented by some western academicians It is worth a read if you want to know what's wrong sometimes deliberately in the academic circles

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review Indras Net Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Ged contradictions within traditional Hinduism and charge him with having appropriated the principles of Western religion to manufacture a coherent and unified worldview and set of practices known today as Hinduism Indras Net. This book is a very specific rebuttal of selected biases against the Hindu culture that are misrepresented by some western academicians It is worth a read if you want to know what s wrong sometimes deliberately in the academic circles

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review Indras Net Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Defending Hinduisms Philosophical Unity it is fashionable among intellectuals to assert that dharma traditions lacked any semblance of unity before the British period and that the contours of contemporary Hinduism were beueat. I would like to state what Arun Shourie has said for this book A book that every Indian must readAn exceptional book highlighting the threat to Hindu philosophy and Hinduism on the wholeThe author has done a really detailed purva paksha of the problem along with the major proponents of the myth of neo Hinduism He explains their thesis and then provides rebuttal of each pointThe underlying unity in Dharmic darshanas and the understanding of mithyaand other non translatables has been vividly explainedFinally the conclusion provides a very potent mechanism in my view to prevent appropriation of Dharmic principles into the Judeo Christian fold The poison pill and porcupine defence is a very logical option which must be understood by our gurus and leaders who use terms like Vasudhaiva Kutumbakama without fully understanding there meaningIf anything this book has motivated me to learn about our philosophy Thank you Rajiv Malhotra for such a wonderful book

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review Indras Net Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Hed to us by our colonial masters Such arguments routinely target Swami Vivekananda a key interlocutor who shattered many deeply rooted prejudices against Indian civilization They accuse him of having camouflaged various alle. In the first part of Indra s Net Rajiv Malhotra traces the lineage of scholars who posit a neo Hinduism invented by Swami Vivekananda The most recent of this lineage is Anantanand Rambachan of St Olaf College who claims that Swami Vivekananda s reliance on direct experience is incompatible with Shankara s reliance on srutiMalhotra then proceeds to show that Rambachan s concept of Hinduism is too narrow namely that Shankara did not dismiss direct experience out of hand and that Sankara s Advaita Vedanta is but one system of knowing within Hinduism Malhotra discusses how Hinduism has evolved over time and places Swami Vivekananda suarely in the Hindu traditionIn his lengthy article Untangling The False Knots In Rajiv Malhotra s Indra s Net Anantanand Rambachan contends that Rajiv Malhotra distorts and misrepresents his work and responds to Malhotra s principal allegations Malhotra then discusses digestion of Hinduism By digestion he means the process by which people absorb the parts of Hinduism that they like and excrete my word not his the parts they don t like A good example is the de contextualization of yoga from Hinduism whereas the rest of Hinduism is trashedHe introduces the concept of poison pills to prevent the digestion of Hinduism into other frameworks These poison pills include characteristics of Hinduism karma re incarnation embodied knowing integral unity that cannot be reconciled with the traditional tenets of Abrahamic religion and force the spiritual seeker to make a choice among religionsIndra s Net is accessible than Malhotra s book Being Different An Indian Challenge to Western Universalism however Being Different and Indra s Net re enforce one another I would have to read both books several times to fully understand the concepts that Rajiv Malhotra introduces My 3 star rating is less about the merits of the book and about the limits of my understanding

  • Hardcover
  • 396
  • Indras Net
  • Rajiv Malhotra
  • English
  • 18 November 2020
  • 9789351362449