Monthly Archives: March 2014

Reflections on “Indra’s Net: Defending Hinduism’s philosophical unity” by Rajiv Malhotra

Mr. Rajiv Malhotra has done it again: Written a substantial book on a topic that should interest all those who care for the Hindu world, especially as it is (mis)understood and portrayed by Western scholars. This work accomplishes several things. … Continue reading

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Attitudes to Other Religions: A personal View

Many decades ago, my father initiated me into the recital of Sanskrit shlokas.  But he also wanted me to learn about other religions.  So he sent me to a Jesuit school for two years.  Here I studied Latin and took … Continue reading

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