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Encyclopedia of Hinduism /

Encyclopedia of Hinduism /
DK Number:DK-218403
Title: Encyclopedia of Hinduism /
Author: chief editor, K.L. Seshagiri Rao ; editor in chief, Kapil Kapoor ; associate editors, Rajnish K. Mishra, Santosh K. Shukla.
Physical Desc.: xiv, 699 p.
Year: 2011
Nature Of Scope: Contributed articles.
Volume No.: v. 11
Volume Title: U-V-W-Y-Z
    
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Hinduism isn’t a religious faith, but an entire civilization, a way of life. Defying a precise definition, it represents a whole civilization, a millennia-long tradition, and a rich cultural heritage – which, with a continuous history of more than five thousand years -- is enormously vast in scope, splendid in expression, profound in illuminating thoughts, and fantastic in flights of imagination. Hinduism is a veritably complex religious system, including a wide range of particular beliefs and practices. Because of this and its evolution over the centuries, there are no single and unequivocal rules to define what Hinduism is. Today, over a billion people call themselves followers of this tradition. Originating in India, millennia ago, the Hindu tradition has spread beyond the Indian subcontinent to Southeast Asia, reaching a far as the remote Pacific islands of Fiji on the one hand, and Britain and North and South America on the other.

In the West, and perhaps elsewhere too, questions are often raised, which particularly have no relevance to study and understanding of the Hindu tradition – questions like, for instance: When did Hinduism begin? Who was its founder? Who is the head of the Hindu ecclesiastical system? What is the ‘creed’ to which Hindus subscribe? What dogmas do Hindus accept? Such questions, in fact, are misleading in the understanding of Hinduism. Therefore, to know what Hinduism is, it is necessary to understand what it is not.

There is no founder of Hinduism, nor was it founded at a certain time, or at a certain place. No single person has been responsible for launching Sanatana Dharma. There are many seers, sages and prophets, who have contributed and continue to contribute to the richness of the tradition, but none of them is regarded as the ‘founder’ of Hinduism. It has no beginning in history, nor does any single historical event mark the birth of the tradition. Actually, Hindus hold that truth is eternal, without beginning or end. Transcending boundaries, it is available to all. Truth manifests itself in many ways in different times and places. Hindu religion is not creedal -- it does not identify its adherents through a prescribed set of beliefs. There are no exclusive theological doctrines or dogmas that are mandatory for everyone in the Hindu community. Then, Hinduism is not a missionary religion; it has no missionary movement or history. Proselytization has no place in Hinduism. Hindus have never been an organized church body; they never accept anyone as the sole authority or spokesperson for the community.

Unlike every other major religion, Hinduism, thus, has no identifiable historical genesis, nor does it have any established church/supreme authority to dictate what it is or ought to be. It has rather grown as an irresistible natural religious force as a way of life; as a most elaborate, yet most complex, system which, in quintessential terms, has advocated coexistence; universal tolerance; and reverence for deities, for myths, for genuine aspirants (risis, sages, gurus) – with affirmation of a transcendent cosmic (divine) principle, and sophisticated analyses of baffling metaphysical issues. Ahimsa (nonviolence), one of the cardinal virtues of humanity, is the keystone of the Hindu ethics. What can be said is that Hinduism is a cultural-religious force that has given rise to a vast body of magnificent sacred literature, music, art, architecture, and philosophy. It is an intangible force that binds millions of people in India and beyond through its Sanskrit hymns and devotional songs, magnificent epics, colourful deities, metaphysical worldviews, and elaborate worship modes.

Monumental, authoritative, nearly exhaustive, Encyclopaedia of Hinduism presents a holistic view of the Indic civilization, spirituality, and culture. A major academic enterprise of the India Heritage Research Foundation (IHRF), it unveils, in a comprehensive sweep, an ancient way of life, a culture that has roots going back to thousands of years and has been called ‘Hinduism’ in the last two hundred years of English discourse. It serves as a book of knowledge about facts, theories, systems, practices, customs, ceremonies, institutions, beliefs, texts, thinkers and values of what, in fact, is a continuity of a living knowledge culture.

The first-ever attempt covering the entire spectrum of Hinduism and the Hindu tradition: from the dawn of civilization to the present, the Encyclopaedia authentically spells out all that one would want to know about the traditional antiquity of Hinduism, its philosophical foundations, aesthetics, sacred writings, languages, literature, poetics, sects, movements, mythology, architecture, sculptural art, iconography, cave temples, music, dance, drama/theatre, paintings/murals, handicrafts, folks arts, oral traditions, polity, statecraft, social institutions, risis/sages, gurus, mystics, law, education, yoga, history and historical dynasties, reformers, thinkers, geography, mathematics, astronomy and cosmology, ayurveda and other sciences, influence, and a lot else – besides similar aspects about Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.

Ever since the late 19th century, Hinduism has been a major influence in promising development. But, despite its influence around the world, it is also widely misunderstood – specially today in the wake of a global culture that cuts across the boundaries of established religions, the Encyclopaedia of Hinduism sets the record straight by dispelling misrepresentations and distortions around the tradition. Not just this. It also highlights some of the Hindu insights, which are profoundly meaningful to the 21st century. Insights like, for instance -- the sagacity that the great religions of the world are valid paths to Truth/God; the viability of the holistic path in quest of Truth; the validity of feminine symbols in the descriptio

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Ubhayacari yoga3
Ubhaya-Vedanta3
Uccaissravas4
Ucchedavada4
Ucchista5
Ucchvasa Nihsvasa6
Udaharana7
Udaipur (Ekalingji)7
Udakasanti8
Udana8
Udasina8
Uday9
Udayagiri9
Udayana10
Udayasta11
Uddalaka11
Uddanda Sastri12
Uddhava12
Uddhava Sampradaya (Sri Ramananda)13
Uddhava Sataka13
Uddiyana Bandha14
Udgitha15
Udgitha Vidya15
Udumbara16
Udupi16
Udvaha17
Udyana (Parks)18
Udyotakara18
Ugabhoga (Dasa)19
Ugadi19
Ugra Tara Temple19
Ugrasena20
Ujjayi20
Ujjayini21
Uluka (Owl)22
Uma22
Uma-Haimavati23
Umapati Sivacarya24
Umashankar Joshi24
Umasvati25
Umia Mata (Unza)25
Undavalli26
Unicorn27
Unmade27
Unmai Vilakkam28
Unamasa29
Upadesa29
Upadesa Ratnamala30
Upadesa Sahasri31
Upadhye, A.N.31
Upalabdhi32
Upali32
Upamana33
Upamanyu33
Upamsu Japa34
Upanayana (Yajnopavita)34
Upanayana in Bengal37
Upanayana Samskara for Women38
Upanisad-Bhasya (Sankara)39
Upanisads (Major)40
Upanisads (Minor)47
Upa-Pataka49
Upapuranas49
Uparati50
Uparicara Vasu50
Upasana51
Upasana Vidhi52
Upasanapada (Madhva View)53
Upasani Baba53
Upasarga54
Upatantras54
Upavana-Vinoda55
Upavarsa56
Upavayu56
Upavedas57
Upavita57
Upaya Kausalyu58
Upeksa (Brahma-Vihara)59
Upendra59
Upendra60
Upendra Bhanja60
Urakam Temple60
Urban Settlements in Ancient India61
Urdhvapundra64
Urdhva-retas65
Urilingapeddi65
Urmila66
Urva67
Urvasi67
Usas68
Ustad Ali Akbar Khan68
Ustad Alla Rakha Khan70
Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan71
Utensils72
Utkal Vaisnavism74
Utpaladeva75
Utsarga76
Utsava (Festival)76
Uttamur T. Viraraghavacharya77
Uttanka77
Uttarabhadrapada77
Uttaradhikari78
Uttaragita79
Uttarakashi79
Uttarakhanda80
Uttaramerur81
Uttarapatha82
Uttaraphalguni82
Uttararamacarita83
Uttarasadha83
Uttarayana84
Uttupura84
Uyyakondar(Pundarikakea)85
Vacaka Sakti89
Vacana Literature89
Vacaspati Misra90
Vada (Vata)91
Vadagrantha92
Vadakkunnatha Temple93
Vadugar93
Vagbhatta94
Vaggeyakara94
Vaghelas of Madhya Pradesh95
Vagisa96
Vahana96
Vaibhasikas97
Vaidya (Ethics)98
Vaidya, C.V.98
Vaidyanath99
Vaigai99
Vaijayanti100
Vaijyanti Vilasamu and Vipranardyana Caritra101
Vaikarika Samsara101
Vaikhanasa102
Vaikhanasa Agama103
Vaikhanasa Grhyasutra103
Vaikhanasa Sutra104
Vaikkom Sathyagraha104
Vaikkom Temple105
Vaikuntha106
Vaikunthanatha Perumal Temple, Kanchipuram107
Vaipulya Sutra107
Vairagya108
Vairajya109
Vairamudi110
Vaisakha110
Vaisali110
Vaisampayana111
Vaisesika112
Vaishno Devi Temple117
Vaisnava Acara118
Vaisnava Agama120
Vaisnava Philosophy of Theater122
Vaisnava Shrines and Centers in Bengal123
Vaisnava Upanisad125
Vaisnavi125
Vaisnavi Mudra126
Vaisnavism126
Vaisnavism in Bengal129
Vaisnavism in Orissa132
Vaisnavism in Tripura136
Vaisvadeva (Bali)137
Vaisvanara138
Vaisvanara Vidya139
Vaisvanara Vidya (Hindu Cosmology)140
Vaitala Temple142
Vaitana Srautasutra142
Vajapeya143
Vajikarana143
Vaira144
Vajra-deha144
Vajrasana145
Vak and Varnamala (Alphabet)145
Vak: Goddness148
Vakasuktam152
Vakatakas153
Vakribhavana155
Vakrokti155
Vakya156
Vakyapadiya157
Vakyartha-smrti158
Valabhi159
Valakhilya (also Balakhilya)159
Vaild Knowledge, Criterion of (Pramanya)159
Vallabh Suri160
Vallabha and Gaudiya Vaisnavism161
Vallabha Sect163
Vallabhacarya165
Vallaki Yoga170
Valli170
Valmiki171
Vamacara173
Vamana174
Vaman Pandit174
Vamsavrksa175
Vanapala176
Vanaprastha176
Vanara176
Vanaspati Sastra177
Vanavasa of Arjuna179
Vancippattu180
Vanga180
Vanijya181
vanvasis in Hinduism182
Varadamudra184
Varaha Avatara184
Varaha Grhyasutra185
Varaha Purana186
Varaha Srautasutra187
varaha Svami188
Varahamihira189
Varahi189
Varanasi (Benaras or Kasi)190
Vararuci192
Varga193
Varaguna Pandya I194
Varier P.S. (Physician)194
Various Aspects of Number Five in Atharvaveda194
Varkala197
Varkari198
Varma, Vrindavanlal199
Varman Dynasty (Of Assam)199
Varman Dynasty (Other than Assam)200
Varna System201
Varnam (Music)205
Varnekar, S.B.206
Varsa206
Varsa Laksana207
Varsaganya208
Varttikabharana208
Varuna Purana209
Vasana209
Vasanta Pancami210
Vasanthakumari, M.L.210
Vasi Yoga211
Vasikarana211
Vasistha Lingapurana212
Vasistha Samhita212
Vastu in Agama213
Vastu in Puranas214
Vastu in Samhitas215
Vastu Purusa216
Vastu Tradition217
Vastu, Rituals of219
Vastuganitam221
Vastukala221
vastupala Tejpala (Devrani-Jethani)223
Vastusara Prakaranam223
Vastusastram of Visvakarma223
Vastusutra Upanisad224
Vastuvedam225
Vastuvidya225
Vasubandhu226
Vasudeva227
Vasudeva (Krsna)227
Vasudeva228
Vasudevacharya of Mysore228
Vasudevananda Sarasvati229
Vasudhara (or Vasundhara)229
Vasugupta230
Vasus230
Vaswani, Sadhu T.L231
Vata-patra-sayi, the Bhagavan231
Vatapi232
Vatesvar Siddhanta233
Vatsa233
Vatsalya235
Vatsyayana235
Vayovrddha235
Vayu236
Vayu (Cosmic and Mythological)236
Vayu Tirtha237
Veda and Its Tradition238
Veda Vyasa242
Vedana243
Vedanga Jyotisa244
Vedanta Logic244
Vedanta Paribhasa250
Vedanta Philosophy251
Vedantadesika258
Vedantasara259
Vedarthasamgraha of Ramanuja259
Vedha261
Vedi261
Vedic Astronomy262
Vedic Chanting268
Vedic gods, Meaning and Mystery269
Vedic Hymns (Vedic Suktas)271
Vedic Literature272
Vedic Mathematics277
Vedic Srauta Rituals278
Vedic Tradition and Modern India279
Vedic Yajna in Modern India283
Vegetarianism, Bases of288
Vegetarianism (Sakahara) According to Gandhi290
Veliccapad (Shaman)292
Vemana293
Veni293
Veni Madhav294
Venisamhara295
Venkamamba295
Venkatamakhin296
Venkatappa K296
Venkataramana Bhagavathar (Valajapet)297
Venkatasubba Iyer (Sonti)298
Venkataswamy Naidu, Dwaram299
Veppattur Subrahmanya Shastri299
Verma Mahadevi300
Vesabhusa300
Vesara Style301
Vetala303
Vetravati303
Vettakkorumakan304
Vibhanga304
Vibhava305
Vibhisana305
Vibhu306
Vibhuti308
Vibhuti, The Holy Ash308
Vibhutva310
Vidarbha311
Videha311
Videha Mukti312
Videsa Niti (Foreign Policy)312
Vidhi Nisedha313
Vidisa (Besnagar)313
Vidura314
Viduraniti314
Vidusaka315
Vidvesana316
Vidya316
Vidyadharas317
Vidyananda318
Vidyapati318
Vidyarambha319
Vidyaranya (1295-1386 C.E.)319
Vidyasthana320
Vighnesvara321
Vigraha321
Vigraharaja IV322
Vigrahavyavartani323
Vihara323
Vijayalaya-Colisvaram325
Vijayamangai326
Vijayanagara (Hampi)326
Vijayanagara Rulers and Religious Developments327
Vijayanagara Temples330
Vijayawada332
Vijayotsava (Celebration of Victory)333
Vijigisu333
Vijnana335
Vijnana Bhairava343
Vijnanam Brahma344
Vijnanatman345
Vijnanavada345
Vijnaptimatrata346
Vikalpa347
Vikara347
Vikir Ksetra348
Vikrama Samvat348
Vikramadity I and II349
Vikramankadeva Carita350
Vikramasila350
Vikramasila University350
Vikramorvasiyam351
Vikrti351
Viksepa352
Vilasa352
Vilayat Khan353
Vilinam (Vizhinjam)353
Village Deities (Grama devata)354
Villagr Organization355
Villiputurar Bharatam356
Vimala of Puri356
Vimana357
Vimana Vathu (Palace Stories)358
Vimarsa358
Vimuktatman359
Vina359
Vina Dhanammal360
Vina Kuppier361
Vinasana361
Vinaya Pitaka (Basket of Desciplines)362
Vinayaka Caturthi362
Vidhyachala363
Vindhyavasini363
Vinode Vani Dasi (Daisy Cecilia Bowtell)365
Violin365
Vipaka366
Viparitakhyati366
Viparyaya367
Vipasa367
Vipassana368
Vipralambha369
Vipulananda Adigal369
Vir Singh, Bhai370
Vira371
Vira Rasa371
Virabhadra372
Viraha372
Virai Kaviraja Panditar372
Virajaksetra372
Viraraghava Mudaliar373
Virasaiva Mathas373
Virasaiva, Practices of375
Virasaivism377
Virata378
Virata Desa379
Virgal379
Virupaksa pandita380
Virupaksa Temple380
Virya381
Visa (Poison)381
Visa Ghatika382
Visakha383
Visakha384
Visakhadatta384
Visakhapatnam384
Visaya (Object)385
Visesa386
Vishwa Hindu Parishad386
Vishwanath Baba387
Visistadvaita388
Viskambhaka391
Visnu391
Visnu Purana393
Visnu Sahasranama395
Visnu Shrines of Kerala398
Visnu, Names of399
Visnubua Brahmacari401
Visnucitta401
Visnudharmasutra402
Visnugupta403
Visnukundins403
Visnupuja404
Visnusmrti406
Visnutattva Vinirnaya406
Vinnuvardhana407
Visnuvrata407
Visu408
Visu in Kerala409
Visuddhi Cakra410
Visuddhimarga (Pali: Visuddhimagga)410
Visva411
Visvakarma412
Visvakarma Upanisad412
Visvamitra413
Visvamitra Nadi Sukta414
Visvanatha415
Visvanatha Cakravarti416
Visvanatha Temple, Varanasi416
Visvarupa417
Visvavasu418
Viswanatha Satyanarayana418
Vitanda419
Vitarka420
Vithinattaka420
Vithhala421
Vithala Temple, Hampi421
Vivada422
Vivaha (Marriage)423
Vivarana426
Vivarana-prameya-sangraha427
Vivasvat or Vivasvan428
Viveka428
Viveka Cintamani429
Viveka-Khyati429
Viveka Sindhu430
Vivekacudamani430
Vivekananda Kendra431
Vivekananda on Hinduism432
Vivekananda Rock Memorial439
Vivekananda, Swami440
Vivekananda's Chicago Speech443
Vogel, J.P.H449
Vrata450
Vratya451
Vratya Stoma451
Vrddhi451
Vrindavan452
Vrndavandas453
Vrsabha454
Vrscika454
Vrsnis455
Vrtra455
Vrtta456
Vrtta (Mathematical)456
Vrtti Nirodha457
Vyabhicara458
Vyahrti458
Vyahrti, The Madhva View459
Vyakarana460
Vyaktavyakta465
Vyana Vayu466
Vyangyartha466
Vyapti467
Vyas Ambikadutta468
Vyas (Beas) River468
Vyasa Smrti469
Vyasana470
Vyasti-Samasti470
Vyatipata471
Vyavaharika471
Vyaya (Rajakiya) (State Expenditure)472
Vyayama473
Vyomasivacarya473
Vyutha-Catustaya474
Warangal479
Wardha479
Warkari480
Water-divining In Ancient India483
Weapons of Warfare484
Weber, Albrecht487
Welfare State488
Wheeler, Sir Mortimer488
Whitman, Walt489
Whitney, William Dwight490
Wilkins, Charles491
Williams, Monier491
Wilson, H.H.492
Wodeyars492
Women in Joint Family System493
Women's Contribution to Fine Arts495
Women and Arya Samaj499
Women and Asceticism499
women Saints and Scholars (rsika-s)502
Women and Marriage Rites503
Women and Religious Rites503
Women and satyagraha506
Women and Vanaprastha507
Women as Grhasvaimini508
Women as Life Partners509
Women as per Devalasmrti512
women as per Varahamihira512
Women Characters in the Mahabharata512
Women in Bundeli Folk Songs514
Women in Contemporary India515
Women in Five Great Tamil Epics517
Women in Indian Freedom Strugle519
Women in Jainism522
Women in Kalidasa's Works522
Women in Kautilya's Writings523
Women in Satapatha Brahmana524
Women in Puranas525
Women in the Ramayana527
Women in Vedic Age528
Women Poets (Sangam Age)530
Women Poets in Ancient Tamil Nadu531
Women Rituals (Stri Acara) of Bengal532
Women Sages of Ancient and Contemporary Hinduism533
Women Scholars and Poetesses535
Women, Rituals of537
Women's Education in Ancient India540
Women's Living Quarters (Antahpura)541
Women's Property Rights (stridhana)542
women's Role in Voluntary Organizations543
Women's Status, and Role of543
Women's Movement547
Woodcarving in Tamil Nadu548
Wooden Architectural Traditions of Kerala550
Wooden Temples552
Woodroffe, Sir John553
Woodwork555
Woolner, A.C.556
Wootz Steel557
Yadagiri (Nrsimha Temple)561
Yadava Prakasa561
Yadavabhyudaya561
Yadavas562
Yadavas: Religious Developments563
Yadu565
Yaduvamsa565
Yaga-Srauta566
Yagesvar/Jagesvar Temples568
Yajamana569
Yajna570
Yajnavalkya572
Yajnavalkya Smrti573
Yajurveda Brahmanas574
Yakkini Mahattara575
Yaksa576
Yaksa Prasna576
Yaksagana577
Yama578
Yama (Moral Code)579
Yamaduta580
Yamaganda580
Yamaka (Literary)581
Yamakantaka581
Yamala582
Yama-Smriti582
Yamuna583
Yamuna Stotra583
Yamunastakam584
Yamunotri584
Yantra585
Yantra in Tantra and Rituals586
Yantras587
Yaska587
Yasoda588
Yasodharman (Visnuvardhan)588
Yasovanta Dasa and Ananta Dasa589
Yasovarman590
Yatindramatadipika590
Yatharthajnana591
Yati591
Yati Dharma591
Yatindra Pravana Prabhavam592
Yatramuhurta593
Yaudheya595
Yayati596
Yazh (Yal)596
Yoga597
Yoga and Consciousness604
Yoga Astrology607
Yoga Mudra608
Yoga: Patanjali Method608
YogaPhilosophy (Darsana)610
Yoga Upanisads616
Yogacara617
Yogacarabhumi Sastra618
Yogajapratyaksa618
Yogaksema619
Yogakshema Sabha620
Yogaksema: Political620
Yogananda, Paramhansa621
Yoganidra622
Yogavasistha622
Yogesvari624
Yogindra, Sadananda624
Yogini625
Yogini Hrdaya Tantra626
Yogoda Satsang626
Yogyata627
Yonimudra627
Yuna Chwang (Hiuen-Tsang)628
Yuddha (War)629
Yuddhaniti633
Yudhisthira634
Yudhishthira Mimansaka635
Yuga636
Yuga: Textural Perspectives637
Yugadi639
Yugandhara639
Yukti640
Yukti Bhasa640
Yukti Kalpataru642
Yuktibhasa of Jyesthadeva643
Yupa643
Yuvaraja644
Zafarnama647
Zahura647
Zamindari System648
Zen (Buddhism)649
Zero651
Zimmer, Heinrich, Jr.652
Zoroaster (Zarathustra)653
Indexes655
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