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Sanskrit readings: Bhagavata purana, skandha x, chapters 29, 31-33

Professor M Narasimhachary
20 Oct 2003

Related: Bhagavata, Sanskrit

Hindu non-dualism (advaita) in theory and practice (eight lectures)

Dr Godavarisha Mishra
16 Oct 2003

A series of eight lectures

Related: Hindu Theology, Vedanta

Hindu domestic rituals (eight lectures)

Professor S. Ramaratnam
1 May 2003

Related: Ritual

A Christian theology of religions in light of Hinduism (ten lectures)

Professor Francis X. Clooney, SJ
1 May 2003

These lectures aim to delineate the methods and goals of a Christian theology of religions informed by the faith, practice, and theologies of another religious tradition. In the limited space of these lectures, the Christian tradition will be discussed primarily in its Roman Catholic form; (certain strands of) Hinduism will serve as the example of another religious tradition.

Related: Christianity, Comparative Theology

What's a Hindu?

The IK Foundation Lectures 2002
Professor M Narasimhachary
15 May 2002

What's a Hindu?: The term 'Hindu', where it comes from and what it represents. Looking at the fundamental principles, values, culture that we may call Hindu.

Related: General

Tagore on western science, technology, and medicine

Dr Kathleen O'Connell
30 Apr 2002

Related: Modern Hinduism, Science and Religion

Western perceptions of Indian culture

The IK Foundation Lectures 2002
Professor Francis X. Clooney, SJ
27 Feb 2002

An historical overview of how the West has interpreted and misinterpreted. Indian culture through the ages.

Related: Iconography, Literature, Modern Hinduism

Hindu-Muslim encounters in Bengal

Professor Joseph T. O’Connell
24 Feb 2002

Related: Islam

Developing the study of comparative theology

Professor Francis X. Clooney, SJ
20 Feb 2002

Two seminars focusing on the developing field of comparative theology and its possibilities, directions and relevence.

Related: Comparative Theology

Developing the study of comparative theology

Professor Keith Ward
30 Jan 2002

Two seminars focusing on the developing field of comparative theology and its possibilities, directions and relevence.

Related: Comparative Theology

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