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Rearming Hinduism
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on 29 October 2017
First part of the book which is in defensive mode especially against Wendy and William's authoritarian academic misguidance on Hinduism but the book failed to bring the essence of Sanatanadharma. Rearming is not just defending one's faith but gaining sufficient knowledge in one's faith and its roots. This book doesn't cover this aspect. Author thinks that the political shift in India in 2014 is an epoch event for Hinduism but it may change in the next election. He should understand the difference between frustration of Hindus vs frustration of common man again deep rooted corruption in India.
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on 4 November 2017
for those who love hinduism
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on 10 March 2017
Good delivery by Amazon prime. Must read
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on 1 May 2015
Indeed it is the book every Indian/Hindu should read. The only suggestion is that it should have been written in more simple language so that it reached the maximum. However the message is crystal clear and soaks you as you move further. Although it is meant for Indians and Hindus only elites with strong english background will grasp it. An easy to go version is needed. This book should definitely be translated in Hindi. I would request the author to write much about the subject open our eyes.
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on 15 July 2016
worth reading. many of the so called intelectuals should read and understand the underlying principles expounded by sanatana dharma. to me the dharma's had been adulterated by influences of several of foreign invasions and thus misunderstood.
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on 25 December 2015
Vamsee Juluri's book, Rearming Hinduism, is an intellectual tour de-force; a contemplative work where you are likely to go back and re-read pages to derive a greater appreciation of. In many ways, the book forces you to think about the import of what is implied. In the small but growing literature on reclaiming Hinduism from the Hinduphobes, this book is a welcome addition.

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on 26 April 2016
This is a wonderful book by person who is wise with great understanding of the on coming clashes of civilizations. There is no need if we really understand Sanathan Darham. Macaulay's educated Indians who are Hindu's, are quite frequently suffering from inferiority complex. Please read this and relish your heritage.
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on 31 January 2017
The books been written to dispel myths about Hinduism in the minds of everyone who's not Indian, specifically catering to Western audiences. Well written and well thought out, with reasoning backed by facts. However, it is not very convincing on some points which can be easily rebutted by almost any educated and impartial Indian.
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on 30 June 2015
An eye opener for foreigners as well as seculars to look and feel the depth of Hinduism. Calling Hinduism a way of life or religion will be very short-sighted literary fools simplification. The book is an excellent read from the understanding point of view.
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on 22 December 2016
The name should be rearming Indians.. Government of India should make this history text book in schools.. This connects Indians to their roots and gives them a feeling of pride.. Must read for every INDIAN
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