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Hindu Iconography – A Short Treatise

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Author: Swami Harshananda
Publisher: Ramakrishna Math Bangalore
Pages: 48
Binding: Paperback

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Edition: First Feb 2001
Hinduism is not idolatry even though it approves the worship of duly consecrated images as a part of devotional exercises and as an aid to inner contemplation. Not only that these consecrated images are worshipped as God since Gods presence is there even as electricity is in a bulb that is connected to thesource of electrical energy.

This small booklet has been written not only to give the correct view of Hinduism on the worship of images but also an elementary idea of the science of sculpturing the images.

SKU: BK 0001402 Categories: ,
Weight 0.030 kg
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