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“The book is a compilation of essays by eminent researchers to the ongoing discussions on nature, history, and practice of Hinduism in India. The book challenges several notions of Hinduism that describe it as a uniform and monolithic tradition. The book serves as an avenue to dialogue with the past and participates in the ongoing debates on issues pertaining to Hinduism, nationalism, and world affairs…. The most significant contribution of the book is that it explains how any understanding of Hinduism is rooted in conflict”
“This volume of 12 contributions from eminent scholars is well-timed because it examines multiple aspects of Hinduism as a philosophy and its engagement with society and politics…. This study is welcome because it exposes the designs of political Hindu organisations”
“This book is after all more focused on contemporary Indian sociology than on religious contents through classical or vernacular sources.”