366 Readings From Hinduism

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Hinduism means incorporating all forms of belief and worship without necessitating the selection or elimination of any. This book incorporates Literature from Ancient Sacred text of India considered as The Kernel of Hinduism. Jaico's 366 Readings Series is the first comprehensive collection of the spiritual literature of the whole world presented in accessible form. It is aimed at people who wish to broaden their spiritual outlook, and also at the much larger group who have little or no attachment to a religious community, but seek spiritual wisdom.

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