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great book! very excited to have my undergrads read it in my Modern Hinduism course. It is a series of vignettes that explore various facets of modern Hindu praxis.Published 2 days ago by dheepa sundaram
I first lucked into reading William Dalrymple almost ten years ago when I came across a copy of his The Age of Kali. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer Grey
Book is a let down, Dalrymple focused on some very eccentric people in India and wrote a book about them. The book does not bring out any ideas of merit or depth.Published 2 months ago by S. J. Palit
To any Indian philosophy there is just one goal - to attain the eternal bliss. For some it is the soul that brings it for some it is the body that is the tool. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mahadevan Subramanian
Fascinating--an unimaginable insight into a number of the more obscure religious traditions in India....which left me wanting more....more experiences... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sea Bird
A beautiful testament of those who may soon be lost, or, if the author is right, will continue to live on in the sidelines of India.Published 8 months ago by A.H.
Great snapshot into some of the lives of those in the religious fringe in IndiaPublished 10 months ago by Scarlett Pacheco
a beautiful book - bringing us close to the rich cultural heritage of the subcontinent - acutely threatened by extinction!Published 11 months ago by Instarini