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Hindu Sangthan

Description Arya Samaj was a sort of religious renaissance in Hinduism started by Swami Dayanand in the mid nineteenth century. It was an anti-Semantics Hindu movement which believed in and propagated the Vedas and Vedic philosophy. It was a religious Hindu reformist movement. This English translated version contains the historical background of Hinduism, it decadence and revival and expounding of Vedic philosophy by a committed Arya Samajist, Bhai Parmanand. The quality of translation is quite good, communicative and easy to understand and read[edit]
Keywords Nationalism, Hindu Shastras, Gita, Aryas, Vedic times, Rishi Vishwamitra, Hindu Revival, Ashramas, Akbar, Maharana Partap, Aurangzeb, Guru Gobind Singh, Bir Bairagi, Swami Dayanand, Calcutta, Gayatri, Arya Samaj, Dharma, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000718
Author Bhai Paramanada MLA
Year 1936
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher The Central Hindu Yuvak Sabha
Custodian Institute Of Sikh Studies
Length 17.0
Breadth 11.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         274
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