Contemplation-2: Defining dharmas of Indian originContemplation-2: Defining dharmas of Indian origin

Submitted / Updated On: Monday, July 2, 2007 | Written By: Rajiv Krishna Saxena | Hits since Feb 1, 2014: 2656

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This series of articles are for those readers who would like to get acquainted with the essence of Indian thought and its evolution. Religions that originated in the Indian soil (i.e. Hindu, Jain, Buddha and Sikh etc.) may have some differences but are not too different in their basic principles and stipulations. This Indian school of religions is however quite distinct from the other major group of religions that originated in Middle-East, and comprises Judaism, Christianity and Islam. In the current and the next article, these differences will be examined. Readers may write with feedback, comments or questions to Rajiv Krishna Saxena