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    5

    A Masterpiece

    I have read two books by Rajiv Malhotra – ‘Breaking India’ and ‘Being Different’ and Indra’s Net is third book by same author. This book is serious work. Indra’s Net is for those who are genuinely interested in knowing the correct history and interpretations of Hindu civilization and are willing and open minded to imbibe those thoughts in their ordinary lives as their age old customs, live those thoughts and pass on to next generation in their pristine originality. As with every work of his, ...
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    Indra’s Net a comprehensive and synoptic view of the Glory that was and is India, its integrity and spirit

    To understand the advancement of any nation it is essential to know its cultural and spiritual history. Every nation has its own genius which marks the trend and course of its evolution, internal and external. The Indian genius lies in its religion and spirituality,rooted in the Vedas, considered eternal and without any authorship and sung by Seers who were mantra-drashtas.
    In the course of more than three millennia of Indian philosophical, spiritual and cultural history, there were many gi...
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    NIGAMANTHA SRINIVASA CHAKRAVARTHY( N.S.CHAKRAVARTHY)

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    1 Mar, 2014

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    5

    Master piece

    lets u understand Hinduism.
    Its preface itself speaks alot.....
    My request is pls buy this book....because we need to read and understand and educate others...
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    Himansu Nayak

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    25 Jan, 2014

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    5

    Excellent book

    This is another excellent book from Rajiv Malhotra, that should not to be missed by Indophiles. Though some of the concepts being abstruse will take time to sink in, but you will certainly receive partial enlightenment on Hinduism after reading this book.
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    Pravin Pai

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    20 Jun, 2014

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    5

    Hinduo Kaa Uday Ho

    It is Best and pioneer book for defending Hinduism and Hindus.

    Approach Is very Intellectual.

    YOU will Really enjoy Reading it
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    pradeep kumar yadav

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    2 May, 2014

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    Good choice

    Very good
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    Madan Mohan Mahabhashyam

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    Good Read

    Read to know what we have been ignoring and compare with the leftist-junk that we learn everyday.
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    Awadhesh Pathak

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    18 Nov, 2016

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    Amazing! Must Read.

    Amazing !
    Must read to know our inherent strengths, our past, and for a new outlook.
    It describes how the life is coherent with unity, and continuity of the Yogic and Vedantic tradition.
    Very interesting to see how the universe is a web of connections and inter-dependencies and how can it affect our lives, physical and emotional well being.
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    Rishi Chandra

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    5 Jan, 2016

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    Brilliant book

    The book connects one to the basics about what is the original concept of Hindu religion and her great thinkers namely Swami Vivekanand. The book is really helpful to anyone who want to know about Hindu philosophy. A very interesting book.
    I purchased hard copy of the book. It is big book for me but light in weight. The cover is simply fantastic and it highlights the concept of Indra's net.
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    Prashant Vyas

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    21 Dec, 2014

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    must read

    tough im not a book reader of serious types i have tried reading it, at first its heavy and hard but later on it gets light and a easy read..book to intellectual types and not for timepass reads tough.Informative on modern hindu history and tries to answer a lot of the challenges a modern hindu mind faces..
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    Ananth Mishra

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    5 Nov, 2014

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