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“In Why I Am a Hindu, one of India’s best open erudite people gives us a significant book around one of the world’s most established and most noteworthy religions. Beginning with his very own nearby assessment confidence in Hinduism, he goes far and wide in his investigation of the confidence. He discusses the Great Souls of Hinduism, Adi Shankara, Patanjali, Ramanuja, Swami Vivekananda, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and numerous other people who made significant commitments to the embodiment of Hinduism. He digs profound into Hinduism’s most significant ways of thinking, (for example, the Advaita Vedanta). He clarifies, in effectively open language, significant perspectives and ideas of Hindu way of thinking like the Purusharthas and Bhakti, stunningly sums up the exercises of the Gita and Vivekananda’s ecumenism and investigates with compassion the ‘Hinduism of propensity’ rehearsed by normal adherents. He takes a gander at the horde indications of political Hinduism in the advanced time, incorporating savagery submitted for the sake of the confidence by conservative associations and their disciples. He examinations Hindutva, clarifies its ascent and harps finally on the way of thinking of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, its most noteworthy ideologue. He is unsparing in his analysis of fanatic ‘bhakts’ and unequivocal in his conviction that everything that makes India an incredible and particular culture and nation will be jeopardized if strict ‘fundamentalists’ are permitted to take the advantage. Notwithstanding, he likewise mentions that it is decisively in light of the fact that Hindus structure the greater part that India has made due as a plural, common vote based system.

A book that will be perused and discussed now and later on, Why I Am a Hindu is a brilliant and unique masterwork.”

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“In Why I Am a Hindu, one of India’s best open erudite people gives us a significant book around one of the world’s most established and most noteworthy religions. Beginning with his very own nearby assessment confidence in Hinduism, he goes far and wide in his investigation of the confidence. He discusses the Great Souls of Hinduism, Adi Shankara, Patanjali, Ramanuja, Swami Vivekananda, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and numerous other people who made significant commitments to the embodiment of Hinduism. He digs profound into Hinduism’s most significant ways of thinking, (for example, the Advaita Vedanta). He clarifies, in effectively open language, significant perspectives and ideas of Hindu way of thinking like the Purusharthas and Bhakti, stunningly sums up the exercises of the Gita and Vivekananda’s ecumenism and investigates with compassion the ‘Hinduism of propensity’ rehearsed by normal adherents. He takes a gander at the horde indications of political Hinduism in the advanced time, incorporating savagery submitted for the sake of the confidence by conservative associations and their disciples. He examinations Hindutva, clarifies its ascent and harps finally on the way of thinking of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, its most noteworthy ideologue. He is unsparing in his analysis of fanatic ‘bhakts’ and unequivocal in his conviction that everything that makes India an incredible and particular culture and nation will be jeopardized if strict ‘fundamentalists’ are permitted to take the advantage. Notwithstanding, he likewise mentions that it is decisively in light of the fact that Hindus structure the greater part that India has made due as a plural, common vote based system.

A book that will be perused and discussed now and later on, Why I Am a Hindu is a brilliant and unique masterwork.”

Author: Shashi Tharoor

About Author:

 SHASHI THAROOR is the bestselling author of sixteen previous books, both fiction and non-fiction, besides being a noted critic and columnist. His books include the path-breaking satire The Great Indian Novel (1989), the classic India: From Midnight to the Millennium (1997), and most recently, An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India, for which he won the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism, 2016 for Books (Non-Fiction). He was a former Under Secretary-General of the United Nations and a former Minister of State for Human Resource Development and Minister of State for External Affairs in the Government of India. He is a two-time member of the Lok Sabha from Thiruvananthapuram and chairs Parliament’s External Affairs committee. He has won numerous literary awards, including a Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, and was honoured as New Age Politician of the Year (2010) by NDTV.

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