Guide to the transliteration of Hindu and Muhammadan names in the Bengal army: Charles James Lyall
The Doctrine of the Heart:Extracts from Hindu letters Anonymous/ James Payn
God´s Gateway:Identity and Meaning in a Hindu Pilgrimage Place James Lochtefeld
The Trident the Crescent and the Cross:A View of the religious history of India during the Hindu Buddhist Mohammedan and Christian periods James Vaughan
The Trident the Crescent and the Cross:A View of the Religious History of India during the Hindu Buddhist Mohammedan and Christian Periods James Vaughan
Early Roman Catholic Missions To India:with sketches of Jesuitism Hindu philosophy and the Christianity of the ancient Indo-Syrian church of Malabar - An historical essay James F. B. Tinling
This is a book of two halves, and many journeys. The first part sends us throughout the world and across history, finding the poetry in James Joyce´s short-lived cinema, Dana Scully´s oarless rowboat, the Cerasi Chapel, a Hindu temple, the Cardiff Mod scene and a Bowie-singing log delivery man - all painted with Lodge´s trademark understated humour, striking imagery and careful observation. The second part is a lengthy sequence responding to Captain James Cook´s first voyage aboard the Endeavour. Not a work of biography, or a history, this is an effort to capture the imaginative power of Cook´s journey into the unknown through a squint view of his companions, the cultures he encountered and the events which unfolded. As a whole, Remarkable Occurrences is a deeply impressive literary achievement which will leave a lasting impression on all those who encounter it.
The idea that the world is an illusion that betrays its real origin has a long tradition and can be found in the writings of Hindu rishis, early Greek philosophers, and Christian Gnostics. What is perhaps surprising is to find such a rich literature on the subject in neuroscience and quantum physics. The latest, and perhaps most provocative, idea to gain some currency in varying scientific disciplines is the hypothesis that the universe is the result of a computational simulation and, as such, is an incredibly rich and detailed illusion that has ultimately tricked us into believing otherwise. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James Killavey. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/052663/bk_acx0_052663_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Meet Lawson. A cynical, wisecracking vampire charged with protecting the Balance - the secret existence of a race of living vampires that have evolved alongside humanity for thousands of years. A fixer. Part spy and part commando - James Bond with fangs. Lawson mixes shrewd cunning with unmatched lethality to get his job done. He tries his best to dismantle conspiracies, dispatch bad guys, and live long enough to get home. Shiva. Named after the Hindu god of destruction, she is half-vampire and half-lycanthrope. Able to change her appearance into anyone she pleases, she is one of the most dangerous assassins on the planet. Belarus. The head of the vampire governing body, the Council, he is Shiva´s next target. The Lunaspe. An ancient amulet reported to imbue its wielder with invulnerability, it might also be the real goal of Shiva´s journey to Boston. And only Lawson can stop her. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joe Hempel. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/012550/bk_tant_012550_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.