Hinduism In The New Age

Hinduism In The New Age

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Author: Swami Agnivesh
Publisher: Hope India
Year: 2005
Language: English
Pages: 163
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8178710471


It is a powerful critique of Hinduism in the present times by Swami Agnivesh.

The vested interest, powerful and well organized, has, says the author, corrupted and crippled the oldest and the greatest of the world faiths to subserve their purpose. And, mercifully, he also gives us as to how to reform and restore the great belief system to its real self and how to create a world, with its help, full of love, compassion and justice!

An ascetic, thinker and social activist, SWAMI AGNIVESH heads the Bonded Labour Front, Delhi, India, and UN’s Contemporary Forms of Slavery outfit, Geneva.




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