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Hinduism
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Hinduism. Names of India, Hindu denominations, God in Hinduism, Karma in Hinduism, Puru rtha, Murti, Hindu temple, Hindu iconography, Japa, Mantra, Puja (Hinduism), List of Hindu festivals, ruti, Smriti, History of Hinduism, Ashrama (stage), Sannyasa, Varna (Hinduism), Ahimsa, Vegetarianism and religion, List of converts to Hinduism

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God as Feminine
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This systematic theological study aims at bringing the Feminity of God into inter-religious dialogue between Hinduism and Christianity. Since the arena of Hindu traditions is very vast, a particular Hindu poet-bhakta Subramania Bharati (1882-1921), known for his theology of Sakti in Hinduism, is chosen. Through a close and scientific study of his writings the Hindu vision of divine feminine is established. Following that Christian vision of God as feminine is elaborately studied by analysing critically the important texts from the Bible, from the writings of the church fathers and mystics and particularly of the showings of Julian of Norwich. As the outcome of the dialogue between these two religions, the urgent need for an inclusive God-language in Christianity is proposed.

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Hinduism in Indonesia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Hinduism in Indonesia, also known by its formal Indonesian name Agama Hindu Dharma, refers to Hinduism as practised in Indonesia. It is practised by 93% of the population of Bali, but also in Sumatra, Java (especially by the Tenggerese people on the east), Lombok and Kalimantan. Only about 3% of Indonesian population is officially Hindu. In Java in particular, a substantial number of Muslims follow a non-orthodox, Hindu-influenced form of Islam commonly known as Kejawen/Agama Jawa and Abangan Islam. Partly due to the fact that every Indonesian citizen is required to be a registered member of one of the six acknowledged religious communities (Islam, Christianity [i.e. Protestantism or Catholicism], Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism). Inspired by the Hindu Javanese past, several hundred thousand Javanese converted to Hinduism in the 1960s and 1970s. When the adherents of the ethnic religions Aluk To Dolo (Sa'dan Toraja) and Kaharingan (Ngaju, Luangan) claimed official recognition of their traditions, the Ministry of Religion classified them as Hindu variants in 1968 and 1980.

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Hinduism in Indonesia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Hinduism in Indonesia, also known by its formal Indonesian name Agama Hindu Dharma, refers to Hinduism as practised in Indonesia. It is practised by 93% of the population of Bali, but also in Sumatra, Java (especially by the Tenggerese people on the east), Lombok and Kalimantan. Only about 3% of Indonesian population is officially Hindu. In Java in particular, a substantial number of Muslims follow a non-orthodox, Hindu-influenced form of Islam commonly known as Kejawen/Agama Jawa and Abangan Islam. Partly due to the fact that every Indonesian citizen is required to be a registered member of one of the six acknowledged religious communities Islam, Christianity i.e. Protestantism or Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism. Inspired by the Hindu Javanese past, several hundred thousand Javanese converted to Hinduism in the 1960s and 1970s. When the adherents of the ethnic religions Aluk To Dolo (Sa'dan Toraja) and Kaharingan (Ngaju, Luangan) claimed official recognition of their traditions, the Ministry of Religion classified them as Hindu variants in 1968 and 1980.

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Hinduism in Indonesia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Hinduism in Indonesia, also known by its formal Indonesian name Agama Hindu Dharma, refers to Hinduism as practised in Indonesia. It is practised by 93% of the population of Bali, but also in Sumatra, Java (especially by the Tenggerese people on the east), Lombok and Kalimantan. Only about 3% of Indonesian population is officially Hindu. In Java in particular, a substantial number of Muslims follow a non-orthodox, Hindu-influenced form of Islam commonly known as Kejawen/Agama Jawa and Abangan Islam. Partly due to the fact that every Indonesian citizen is required to be a registered member of one of the six acknowledged religious communities (Islam, Christianity [i.e. Protestantism or Catholicism], Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism). Inspired by the Hindu Javanese past, several hundred thousand Javanese converted to Hinduism in the 1960s and 1970s. When the adherents of the ethnic religions Aluk To Dolo (Sa'dan Toraja) and Kaharingan (Ngaju, Luangan) claimed official recognition of their traditions, the Ministry of Religion classified them as Hindu variants in 1968 and 1980.

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Hinduism in Indonesia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Hinduism in Indonesia, also known by its formal Indonesian name Agama Hindu Dharma, refers to Hinduism as practised in Indonesia. It is practised by 93% of the population of Bali, but also in Sumatra, Java (especially by the Tenggerese people on the east), Lombok and Kalimantan. Only about 3% of Indonesian population is officially Hindu. In Java in particular, a substantial number of Muslims follow a non-orthodox, Hindu-influenced form of Islam commonly known as Kejawen/Agama Jawa and Abangan Islam. Partly due to the fact that every Indonesian citizen is required to be a registered member of one of the six acknowledged religious communities Islam, Christianity i.e. Protestantism or Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism. Inspired by the Hindu Javanese past, several hundred thousand Javanese converted to Hinduism in the 1960s and 1970s. When the adherents of the ethnic religions Aluk To Dolo (Sa'dan Toraja) and Kaharingan (Ngaju, Luangan) claimed official recognition of their traditions, the Ministry of Religion classified them as Hindu variants in 1968 and 1980.

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God as Feminine
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This systematic theological study aims at bringing the Feminity of God into inter-religious dialogue between Hinduism and Christianity. Since the arena of Hindu traditions is very vast, a particular Hindu poet-bhakta Subramania Bharati (1882-1921), known for his theology of Sakti in Hinduism, is chosen. Through a close and scientific study of his writings the Hindu vision of divine feminine is established. Following that Christian vision of God as feminine is elaborately studied by analysing critically the important texts from the Bible, from the writings of the church fathers and mystics and particularly of the showings of Julian of Norwich. As the outcome of the dialogue between these two religions, the urgent need for an inclusive God-language in Christianity is proposed.

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Saffronization
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Saffronization or saffronisation is a political neologism (after the saffron robes of the Hindu clerics), used to refer to the policy of right-wing Hindu nationalism (or Hindutva) which seeks to make the Indian state into a "Hindu nation" with its Muslim and Christian religious minorities reduced to a status of second-class citizens, and its Sikh, Buddhist and Jain minorities incorporated into Hinduism. A related term, the Saffron Brigade, is used as a descriptor of people and organizations in India that promote Hindu nationalism such as the Sangh Parivar by their critics, who allege a "militant Hindu Fundamentalist agenda" and use the word "fascist" as an epithet to describe them.

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Ayyavazhi Mythology
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Ayyavazhi Mythology. Ayyavazhi, The Santror, Thirumal in Thiruvananthapuram, Venneesan, Sampooranathevan, Ayya Vaikunda, Tavam of Vaikundar, Thuvayal Thavasu, Dharma Yukam, List of Ayyavazhi-related topics, Hindu mythology, Ayyavazhi Trinity, Hinduism, Hindu reform movements, Bengal Renaissance.

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