Modern Indian Responses to Religious Pluralism
The study of modern Indian responses to the challenge of pluralism reveals the outcome of 2500 years of experience in this “living laboratory” of religious encounter, and offers wisdom to the modern West in its relatively recent encounter with this challenge. A remarkable team of scholars joins forces in this book to examine how religious pluralism actually functions in India. It focuses on both the responses from within Hinduism and of other religions in India, with chapters on Parsis, Indian Islam, Indian Christianity, Sikhism, and Tibetan Buddhism.
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GANDHI AND RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
THE RESPONSE OF THE BRAHMO SAMAJ
THE RESPONSE OF THE ARYA SAMAJ
THE RESPONSE OF THE RAMAKRISHNA MISSION
THE RESPONSE OF SRI AUROBINDO AND THE MOTHER
THE RESPONSE OF SWAMI BHAKTIVEDANTA
THE RESPONSE OF MODERN VAISNAVISM
SAIVA SIDDHANTA AND RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
INDIAS PHILOSOPHICAL RESPONSE TO RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
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