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A view of the Brahminical religion

in its confirmation of the truth of the sacred history, and in its influence on the moral character; in a series of discourses, preached before the University of Oxford in the year 1809, at the lecture founded by the late Rev. John Bampton, M.A., Canon of Salisbury

by J. B. S. Carwithen

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Published by Printed for Cadell and Davies in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brahmanism,
  • Christianity and other religions -- Hinduism,
  • 1809

  • Edition Notes

    Binder"s title: Bampton lectures. 1809.

    StatementBy I. B. S. Carwithen
    SeriesBampton lectures -- 1809.
    ContributionsWeale, Robert
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR45 .B3 1809
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 325 p.
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24182236M
    LC Control Number38016055
    OCLC/WorldCa3404958

      Dear Jana Buddhism is one of the many Philosophical Ideologies in Hindusim it is not seperate or a diffrent religion. if you read the various Philosophical ideologies and their progression in Indian thought you will realise that buddhism was one of the many other schools. buddhism, Jainism and Shamkhya were three most important philosophies which didnt accept . The word ‘religion’ has somewhat shifted its meaning from that which it bore at the time of our translation. We understand by it one of two things. For instance, when we speak of the Mohammedan or the Brahminical religion we mean the body of beliefs, principles, and ceremonies which go to make up an objective whole.

      BCE: The early Vedic period, during which the main tenets of Hinduism were developed. The earliest Upanishads were written about BCE. BCE: The late Vedic period, during which the Brahminical religion, which emphasized ritual worship and social obligations, came into being. During this time, the latter Upanishads are Author: Subhamoy Das.   Her critique of Brahminical patriarchy was in sharp contrast to Annie Besant, who championed the cause of Hindu society. And in an act seen by contemporary Hindu society as a betrayal not only of her religion but of her nation, Ramabai - herself a high-caste Hindu widow - chose to convert to : Uma Chakravarti.

    > First of all let’s understand what is PATRIARCHY: In indigenous language it is following your father and grandfather codes of conduct BLINDLY. Which is badly prevalent in pagan dominant Indian society. For example, if a woman named KARUNA RAP. This is a wonderful book full of fresh insights into the question of the origin of the Shudras. Dr Ambedkar brings in tools from sociology, anthropology, mythology, theology, economics, and historiography to raise and answer the question which constitutes the title of the book/5.


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