Myths and Traditions in India: A Fusion of the Past and the Present
Relates To Indian Mythology And Folklore Enshrined In Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas, Ramanaya And Mahabharat Analyses Their Contents, Brings Out Their Essentials Impact On Our Psyches. The Author Postulates That Mythology Gives Us Insights Into Ourselves And Our Possible Future.
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Dashăvatăr The Vision of Evolution
Mythical Worlds Heavens and Hells
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