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Thursday, March 10, 2016

K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar, V. K. Gokak, and R. Jagannathan

Karan Singh, Kundan Singh, Makarand Paranjape, and Sampadananda Mishra World Public Forum "Dialogue of Civilizations" Today’s India Has the Potential to Build a New World Order By Come Carpentier, Sunday Guardian Live... R Jagannathan March 8, 2016, 5:56 pm Jagannathan is Editorial Director, Swarajya. He tweets at @TheJaggi. 
The unusual thing about India is that its innate pluralism allows intemperate Hindu-baiters to be labelled as progressives, and not as Hinduphobes... There is a fundamental reluctance to understand or accept where Hinduphobia comes from, and to develop the intellectual arsenal to combat subtle Hindu-baiting with sophisticated counters. Instead, what we see is Hindu rage surfacing in crude language that ultimately strengthens Hinduphobia... Christianity and Islam, with their emphasis on the less fortunate and justice, appeal to the lowest end of the mass market, while Indic religions, by their high metaphysical content, tend to appeal to the upper end... The west may be seeking an upgrade, and this is the market Hindu seers need to address... 
In simple terms, the Indic spiritual/religious products are ideal for the western markets, and the Christian/Islamic products are easier to peddle in the Indian market... Even more important, Hinduism Lite has to develop a sophisticated way of dealing with rivals, and not the attitude of a lynch mob... not in the usual way the Hindutva crowd attacks rivals, with unparliamentary words and violent thoughts... But even more important is the export of Indian faiths to the west, where the market is ripe for its growth... Second, they must master the language of sophistication and modernity. – a sophisticated version for the western markets, and a Hinduism Lite for India .
Hindus need to develop the intellectual arsenal to combat subtle Hindu-baiting with sophisticated counters. There are two lessons for Hindus who do not want to either join the fringe or become Hinduphobic themselves:
First, they must study their adversaries and adopt tactics and strategy based on local, national and global conditions for the spread of Indic ideas. If Hinduism has to hold its own at home and expand abroad, it has to have at least two products – a sophisticated version for the western markets, and a Hinduism Lite for India, where the social content is emphasised more than high metaphysics. Second, they must master the language of sophistication and modernity.
Thanks to an email from good friend Harikiran Vadlamani, I caught up with R. Jagannathan's article on developing 'Hinduism lite'. I liked it very ... My column in MINT today is somewhat related to this. Actually, it complements his piece. If his piece made a case for ‘Hinduism lite’, I was making a case for ‘Economic Liberalism Lite’. MARCH 8, 2016 BY ANANTHA NAGESWARAN Mon, Mar 07 2016. 10 41 PM On the left of the road
Jan 9, 2013 - In Hinduism, Respect the Sacred, Ignore the Sexism ... and cherish, and what I want to share with my children … but in a Hinduism-lite way. › Opinion › Religion
Jan 27, 2011 - Ramesh Rao: Hindu spirituality and gurus have attracted the ... believe are selling Hinduism-lite, ridding it completely of any Hindu affiliations.
Andrew Singleton - 2014 - ‎Social ScienceMuch of this is 'Buddhism-lite' or 'Hinduism-lite', where people dabble with ideas, practices and concepts drawn from serious religious traditions, perhaps only ...
2008 - ‎Christianity and cultureThe similarities are so great that the USA Today newspaper labelled New Age as "Hindu Lite." Indian Hindu philosophies are becoming entrenched in Western ...
Katharine Adeney, ‎Lawrence Saez - 2007 - ‎Political ScienceWill it be Hindutva or Hindu-Lite for the BJP? Notes 1 During the conference on 'Coalition Politics and Hindu Nationalism' held at the Institute of Commonwealth ...
Emilie Richards - 2009 - ‎FictionWe practice Hindu-lite in this house.” “Perhaps you want something more elaborate?” He laughed. “No, I'm happy, but your mother and father won't be when ...
Oct 11, 2009 - As other signs of the growing fascination with Hindu lite, she points to the huge demand for priestly services. In Tamil Nadu, for instance, the ...
Sep 1, 2010 - Catherine Lynn Grossman of USA Today's Religion and Faith page, while reporting on the “Hindu lite” craze that seems to be sweeping ...

ATHIRA M. March 10, 2016
His untimely demise came as a shock. I thought I wouldn’t dance any more. But then I took it upon me to take forward his style of Odissi,” says Sangeeta.
The Deba Prasad Das style is different from the Kelucharan Mohapatra style in many ways. “Our style is more intense and grounded. It has powerful footwork and speed. Nothing is overdone, be it in the basic position of chauka [square] or movements of the torso. The jumps and pirouettes are sharp and strong,” she adds.She has even tried her hand in films with the sole purpose of “making my guru famous. I have done eight films in Oriya. It was a deliberate attempt as films reach out to more people. I thought, once they know me, they will know my guruji as well.” - She also teaches at the Aurobindo Ashram, which she calls “a service.” It's also the reason why she prefers to be away from the competitive world. “I am away ...

A Ghose - 1948 -
In a series of articles, published in this paper soon after the Calcutta session of the 
Congress, we sought to indicate our view both of the ideal which the Congress had adopted, 
the ideal of Swaraj or self-Government as it exists in the United Kingdom or the Colonies, ...

SK Maitra - 1941 -
... Contact us; PhilPapers Surveys; API; Bargain Finder; About PhilPapers. An Introduction to the
Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo. ... (fix it). Keywords, Ghose, Aurobindo Philosophy, Hindu. Categories,
Indian Philosophy in Asian Philosophy. (categorize this paper). Call number, B133.G6.M3 ...

NK Gupta, A Ghose - 1950 -
THE core of Sri Aurobindo's teaching, the central pivot on which his Yoga and his work rest 
is the mystery of the Divine Descent-Spirit descending into Matter and becoming Matter, God 
coming down upon earth and becoming human) and as a necessary and inevitable ...

GH Langley - 1949 -
... Contact us; PhilPapers Surveys; API; Bargain Finder; About PhilPapers. Sri Aurobindo, Indian
Poet, Philosopher and Mystic. ... Add more citations Similar books and articles. Aurobindo Ghose,
Srinivasa Iyengar & RK (eds.) (1974). Sri Aurobindo: A Centenary Tribute. ...

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[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo and the soul quest of man: three steps to spiritual knowledge
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[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo came to me
DK Roy - 1952 - Sri Aurobindo Ashram

[CITATION] Sri Aurorbindo
S Iyengar - 1950 -
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[CITATION] The March of Civilisation: Nolini Kanta Gupta
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[CITATION] The Passing of Sri Aurobindo
KD Sethna - Mother India, 1951

[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo and Indian Freedom
S Mitra - 1948 - Sri Aurobindo Library

[CITATION] Poets and mystics
NK Gupta - 1951 - Sri Aurobindo Library

[CITATION] Aurobindo: The Prophet of Patriotism
HP Ghose - 1949 - AK Mitter

[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo and Aesthetics
VK Gokak - 1954 - Mother India, January

BG Ray - 1947 -

[CITATION] Salutation to Sri Aurobindo
R Tagore - 1949 - Sri Aurobindo Ashram

A Roy - 1940 -
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[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo: addresses on his life and teachings
AB Purani - 1955 - Sri Aurobindo Ashram

[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo: a homage
S Mitra - 1950 - Sri Aurobindo Library

P Colaço - The Modern Schoolman, 1951 -
To a philosopher of any merit the problem of multiple existence in the world presents itself essentially as a problem of harmony—how to reduce a widely varied multiplicity of experience to a common source of intelligibility. Philosophy, if anything, is precisely this ...

[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo and the World-crisis: Kishor H. Gandhi
KH Gandhi - 1949 - Sri Aurobindo Circle

[CITATION] An Introduction in the Poetry of Sri Aurobindo
S Ghose - Sri Aurobindo Pathmandir, 1946

[CITATION] What is Sri Aurobindo Doing
K Gandhi - 1946 - Jayantilal Parekh, Sri Aurobindo …

[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo: The Prophet of Life Divine
H Chowdhury - 1951 - Sri Aurobindo Pathmandir, Calcutta, …

[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo as I Knew Him
SC Deb - Mother India, 1950

[CITATION] Sri Aurobindo and physical culture
AB Purani - 1950 - Advent

[CITATION] The Indian spirit and the world's future
KD Sethna - 1953 - Sri Aurobindo Ashram

A Roy - 1947 -
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[CITATION] Among the great
DK Roy - 1950 - Jaico Publishing House

[CITATION] The Message of Sri Aurobindo and the Ashram
NK Gupta, MP Pandit - 1951 - Sri Aurobindo Niketan

[CITATION] The Poetry of Sri Aurobindo
KRS Iyengar - Naik, MK, Perspectives in Indian Poetry in English, 1943

H Chaudhuri - Philosophy East and West, 1953 - JSTOR
THE METAPHYSICAL SYNTHESIS inherent in the teaching of Sri Aurobindo may most aptly be described as the philosophy of integralism. An analysis of the main implications of the word" integralism" will serve the purpose of presenting a brief outline of his philosophical ...

[CITATION] India's cultural empire and her future
S Mitra - 1947 - Sri Aurobindo Library

S Babu - Philosophy, 1950 -
India is the land of sages, saints, philosophers and reformers since ancient times. One 
among them in the modern era was Sri Aurobindo. He is regarded as one of the most gifted 
philosophers of the twentieth century. He was as nationalist revolutionary turned ...

[CITATION] The Approach to Mysticism
NK Gupta - 1946 - Sri Aurobindo Library

P Colaço - The Modern Schoolman, 1952 -
On the principle of a sachchidananda absolute, Aurobindo has, as we have seen in the preceding article, tried to explain the fact of the one and the many in the world. The one and the many aspects in the world, in his opinion, are explained solely on the basis that the ...

DR Sukul - 1943 -  

VP Varma - Philosophy East and West, 1955 - JSTOR
SRI AUROBINDO (1872-1950) was one of the major figures in the history of the Indian renaissance and Indian nationalism. His moral, intellectual, and spiritual accomplishments have cast a deep influence over the mind of the Indian people. Since the publication of his ...

[CITATION] Psycho-solar treatment for the eye: a guide for prevention and cure of defective eyesight without glasses RS Agarwal - 1954 - Dr. Agarwal's Eye Institute

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The Human Soul in the Material World - If we reflect on the perception that most human beings use as the basis of their understanding of their existence, they understand that they live in a mate...

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