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Ganga Lahari

Ganga signifies not just a mere stream of water but it stands for the numerous streams of Indian culture, the

India from Within

Indian society is manifold and extremely complex. The richness of the Indian subcontinent defies and exceeds all facile explanations or generalizations, and cannot be adequately interpreted through western concepts. This book tries to clear a path towards an understanding of this immense country, home to a civilization that has endured without interruption for millennia. In this small encyclopaedia of India, the author explains the roots and foundations of Indian civilization, covering almost every aspect of Indian culture; its broad topics include History, Religion, Society, Arts, The State, and travel. Offering an illuminating selection of information concerning many aspects of India, this is surely among the most complete cultural guides about this country and its varied cultures.

Is India Civilized?

Sir John Woodroffe (1865-1936), British judge of the Calcutta High Court, is widely renowned as an early expositor of Tantra.

The Ganga Trail

Starting with the Greek Megasthenes who noticed the Indians worshipping the Ganga in 302 B.C. and ending with the New