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1. Nature Talk
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3. Juanga Food
4. Knowing the Tribes
5. The Spirit of the Tribal Women
6. The Story of Ramaraja of Athara Deula
7. Perspectives on Religious Syncretism in India

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Perspectives on Religious Syncretism in India
Das, Dr. N. K.

 

    Regional Bhakti literary traditions help us to understand the growth and spread of humanitarian philosophies. Several elements of Bhakti tradition continue to survive even today in Indian consciousness, such as anti-clergy doctrine, humanism and human equality, human brotherhood, secularism and non-discrimination between castes and sects. By the 1920s the immutable and extensive spirit of Indian religious and social reform movements had slowly weakened mainly on account of the advent of Mahatma Gandhi in Indian landscape......... more

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Vol-1 Issue-8
1. Nature Talk
2. News Items
3. Juanga Food
4. Knowing the Tribes
5. The Spirit of the Tribal Women
6. The Story of Ramaraja of Athara Deula
7. Perspectives on Religious Syncretism in India

 

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