An Anthology on Aspects of Indian Culture

author: Dr. V. Raghavan
edition: 2002, Dr. V Raghavan Institute of Performing Arts, Chennai
pages: 518
language: English
ISBN-10: 819219941X
ISBN-13: 9788192199412
Topic: History

Summary: This book contains is called, an Anthology on Aspects of Indian Culture. It comprises appropriately a variety and integration in the pattern of Indian Culture. This theme is supported by another paper on ‘Religious Harmony’ which begins with an apt quotation form the Mahabharatha.

Buy now with free shipping!

Introduction:

This present collection reveals, in essence, the multi- faceted approach of Dr. Raghavan, as a true and sincere torch- bearer of the best of our cultural values. This volume would certainly be of great interest to the young and the old, and to the lay and the learned alike.
From 1980, The Dr. V. Raghavan Centre for performing Arts (Regd), Chennai, has been engaged in bringing out his works. The world of scholarship knows the magnitude of his works, many of which remain to be published. On this auspicious occasion of Rama Navami, which happens to be Dr. Raghavan’s 23rd death anniversary, I wish to acknowledge my mother Smt. Sarada Raghavan, the author of the Trust, for her unfailing support, enthusiasm and encouragement in making every endeavour of the centre possible. My brothers Sri R. Kalidas, Dr. R. Charudattan and my sister Smt. Priyamvada have always stood by my efforts. To them I owe my gratitude.
Dr. C.S. Sundaram, Sastra Choodamani Professor, Madras Sanskrit College, and a long time associate of my father, has been kind enough to help me through the over-all supervision of the work and guide me at different stages of this publication. I owe my deep gratitude to him for his continued association with the works of Dr. Raghavan.
Sri Kannan of Kayveekay Letter Prints, Chennai, is to be acknowledged for printing the work in a fitting manner.

Available pages:

[Foreword]

Contents of this online book (index):

The full text of the An Anthology on Aspects of Indian Culture in English can be quickly summarized in the following table of contents. Becaue these pages are not available to read online, I would recommend you buy the book.

Chapter 1: The Vedas and Bhakti [link]
Chapter 2: Worship of the Sun [link]
Chapter 3: Mother Worship -Vedic concept [link]
Chapter 4: Karma Yoga [link]
Chapter 5: On Hindu World [link]
Chapter 6: Hinduism and Conversion [link]
Chapter 7: The Spectrum of Indian thought [link]
Chapter 8: Religious Harmony [link]
Chapter 9: Philosophy and Religion [link]
Chapter 10: Some Gems of Sayings of Jain Saints and Mystics [link]
Chapter 1: Jain works and Indian Culture: Some Jottings [link]
Chapter 12: Holy Waters [link]
Chapter 13: The Northern Boundary of Tamil Nadu [link]
Chapter 14: Our Temple [link]
Chapter 15: Bhajans and Prayer [link]
Chapter 16: The Lotus in India [link]
Chapter 17: Our Holidays [link]
Chapter 18: Hindu View of War [link]
Chapter 19: The Child in Ancient Sanskrit Literature [link]
Chapter 20: Traditional Values in Modem India [link]
Chapter 2: Indian Classical Imagery [link]
Chapter 22: The Himalaya in Bharavi [link]
Chapter 23: Variety and Integration in the Pattern of Indian Culture [link]
Chapter 24: The Expansion of Ancient Indian Culture [link]
Chapter 25: Indian Culture in South East Asia [link]
Chapter 26: Is Hindu Culture Other - Wordly? [link]
Chapter 27: Indian Thought and Culture [link]
Chapter 28: A Note on Applause in Ancient India [link]
Chapter 29: Fine Arts and Technical Sciences [link]
Chapter 30: The Arts, Crafts and Technical Disciplines [link]
Chapter 31: India: Tradition and Non - Conformism in Creative Arts [link]
Chapter 32: Indian Antiquities in European Museums [link]
Chapter 33: Concept of Beauty [link]
Chapter 34: The Bhakti of Guru Nanak [link]
Chapter 35: Methods of Popular Religious Instruction in South India [link]
Chapter 36: French Contribution to Indology [link]
Chapter 37: Gandhiji’s Concept of Ramarajya [link]
Chapter 38: Traditional Roots of Some Leading Gandhian Ideas and Ideals [link]
Chapter 39: Sri Ramakrishna : The Proof of the Validity and Vitality of Hinduism [link]
Chapter 40: Indian Cultural Films [link]
Chapter 41: Nationalism in Sanskrit Literature [link]
Chapter 42: Adult Education in Ancient India [link]
Chapter 43: The Teaching of Classical Languages [link]
Chapter 44: Film for the Country’s Education [link]

Like what you read? Consider supporting this website: