Invading the Sacred – An Analysis of Hinduism Studies in America

Invading the SacredInvading the Sacred. The relations between the academic community and the Hindu community in North America have been characterized by a sharp debate. It was prompted by the reservations expressed by a significant number of Hindus in North America over the way Hinduism is portrayed in the Western academia. Invading the Sacred is a chronicle of an important attempt to start a new kind of dialog in India-related cultural and post-colonial studies edited by Krishnan Ramaswamy, Antonio de Nicolas and Aditi Banerjee. – With their permission the pdf-ebook is posted here. Download Invading the Sacred (564 pages/3.9 MB):

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  1. This book contains early work of Dr.Rajiv Malhotra . He refuted and gave befitting reply to denigrition of Hinduism by western scholar for e.g. wendy doniger, jeffry kripal etc. Every Hindu should read this book and be informed that how western scholars are rewarded, highlighted whenever they write nonsense about Hinduism. Without iota of knowledge of Sanskrit, they assume and make pornography out of Hinduism. However this scholars are maintain pindrop silence regarding islma and christianity.


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