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Beyond Dharma: Dissent in the Ancient Indian Sciences of Sex and Politics Hardcover – 10 Apr 2018
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'The book with its exemplary research is insightful and also somewhat controversial as it attempts to define the elusive word Dharma and its overall place in human life. However, Doniger’s book is not just about the philosophical aspect of Dharma, rather it draws parallel between Kautilya’s Arthashastra and Vatsyayana’s Kama Sutra and how both oppose what is mentioned in the Dharmashastras.—Free Press Journal
‘A groundbreaking book. Wendy Doniger subverts accepted notions of dharma using the prism of the Arthashastra and Kamasutra. This is not simply “original”; nothing like this has been done before.’—Patrick Olivelle, author of King, Governance, and Law in Ancient India.See all Product description
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We need to understand that "Why she is so much interested in India and Hinduism?".
These all are part of a nexus against India and Hinduism.
These all western writers need to live vedic life and raise their intellect level to understand any vedic text. Vedic texts are not like other historic text where you just have to translate it to understand. Some Vedic words even don't have equivalent meaning in English.
Any hindu need to be vigilant before following such authors. They are poison for social harmony.