An introduction to hindu symbolism by i k taimni 1980 the theosophical publishing house adyar madras 20 india 2 contents chapter page i introduction 3 ii devis and devatas as powers and functions of the one god 7 iii general principles of hindu symbolism 11 iv natural symbolism the symbology of shiva linga 15 v artificial symbolism the symbology of mahesha 20 vi the symbology of . This book provides a much needed thematic and historical introduction to hinduism the religion of the majority of people in india dr flood traces the development of hindu traditions from their ancient origins through the major deities of visnu siva and the goddess to the modern world hinduism is discussed as both a global religion and a form of nationalism. The pluralism evident in hinduism as well as its acceptance of the existence of several deities is often puzzling to non hindus hindus suggest that one may view the infinite as a diamond of innumerable facets one or another facet be it rama krishna or ganesha may beckon an individual believer with irresistible magnetism by . O an introduction to hindu symbolism i k taimni tph madras 1980 118 pp information this book is a valuable one to the students of the sacred hindu scriptures those interested in its study may buy the work directly from the theosophical publishing house
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