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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, 640 p.
Year: 2011
Nature Of Scope: Contributed articles.
Volume No.: v. 7
Volume Title: M-N-O-P-
    
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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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Mandukya Upanisad (Madhva Bhasya)1
Mangal Pandey1
Mangala2
Mangala (Mars)3
Mangala of Kakatpur3
Mangalacarana4
Mangaladevi Temple5
Mangalagauri Vrata6
Mangalagiri6
Mangalasasana7
Mangalastaka7
Mangalasutra8
Mangalora8
Mangalya9
Mangesi Temple9
Manibhadra10
Manikkavacakar10
Manikprabhu11
Manilal Dwivedi11
Manimangalam12
Manimekalai13
Manipravala13
Manipravala Literature in Malayalam14
Manipur15
Manipur, Holy Places of16
Manipur, Ritual Arts and Crafts17
Manipura Cakra18
Manipuri Dance18
Manjula19
Manjusri20
Mankha20
Manmatha21
Manonmani21
Manopakaranam, Significance of22
Manovijnana22
Mansar23
Manthara24
Mantra24
Mantra Mahodadhi26
Mantra Yoga26
Mantra-Yoga (in agama-s)28
Mantramaharnava29
Mantrapuspam and Tiruvaradhana30
Mantresvara31
Mantri31
Mantri Mandala32
Manu32
Manusa34
Manuscripts Library, Kerala University34
Manusmrti35
Manuvaryaji Maharaj37
Manvantara37
Mara38
Marai Jnana Desikar38
Maraimalai Adigal39
Marakasthana39
Marana Siddhi40
Maratha Paintings40
Maratha Rulers, Religious Developments43
Marathas47
Marathas of Thanjavur48
Marathi (Language and Literature)50
Marathi, Oral Tradition53
Margadarsi Sesa Ayyangar54
Margi54
Marica55
Mariyamman55
Markandadasa56
Markandeya56
Markandeya Purana57
Markandi Temples58
Marriage (Hindu Concept)58
Marriage Costumes61
Marriage Hymn (Rgveda)63
Marriage Rituals in Assam64
Marriage Rituals in Bengal65
Marriage Rituals in Nagaland65
Marriage Rituals in Tripura69
Marshall, Sir John69
Martanda Temple70
Martial Arts of Tamil Nadu71
Marttandavarma73
Marularadhya73
Maruts73
Masakrtyas74
Mashruwala K.G.77
Mask Dances77
Masks82
Masthi Venkatesha Iyengar83
Mata Tedya84
Matali84
Matangi (Syamala)85
Matarisvan86
Mate, S.M.86
Matha86
Mathas in Kerala88
Mathas of Puri88
Mathematics and Other Sciences90
Mathura (History)94
Mathura Devi Ji95
Mathura Mythology96
Mathura School of Art98
Mati99
Matra (in Music)99
Matrkabhedatantram100
Matsara100
Matsya Purana101
Matsya-Nyaya101
Matsyas102
Matsyendranatha103
Maukhika saksya103
Maukhika Saksya104
Mauna105
Mauna Vrata106
Maurya Administration106
Mauryan Art106
Mauryan Rule and Religious Developments110
Maya114
Maya-Avidya115
Mayamata116
Mayapur117
Maya-Vastu117
Mayura118
Mayurasarman118
Mayuram Vedanayakam Pillai119
Mayuranda-rasa-nyaya120
Medhatithi120
Medical Astrology120
Maditation in Vedas122
Meditations, Sri Madhvacarya Perspective127
Minaksi Sundaram Pillai127
Megaliths (of India)128
Megaliths of Kerala129
Megasthenes130
Meghadutam130
Meghamala131
Meghanada131
Mehakar131
Meher Baba132
Mehrauli Iron Pillar Inscription133
Mekhala134
Mela (Fairs of Gujarat)135
Melam138
Melapakam138
Melkote141
Meluha141
Memorial Stones142
Menaka142
Menander143
Menon, V.K. Krishna144
Merchant Guilds144
Mercury (In Medicine)145
Meru (Astronomy)146
Meru or Mahameru146
Merudanda147
Meru-Prastara147
Merutunga148
Mesa (Aries)149
Metal Casting in Ancient India150
Metallurgy in Ancient India (Dhatuvidya)151
Metals and Metallurgy154
Mewar Rulers156
Meykandar Sastras157
Mhasoba159
Michael Madhusudan Dutt159
Milavu (Drum)160
Milinda-Panha160
Mimamsakaustubha161
Mimamsa-Nyaya-Prakasa161
Mina162
Mina Sampradaya163
Minaksi164
Minaksi Temple (Madurai)164
Mineralogy166
Mining167
Mirashi, V.V.168
Mishra, Bhavani Prasad168
Mitahara169
Mithila170
Mithila Painting171
Mithya172
Mithyatva172
Mitra173
Mitra, Raja Rajendralal174
ModernReformers in Gujarat174
Modi Script and Records175
Moha176
Mohamudgara177
Mohana177
Mohenjodaro178
Mohini179
Mohiniyattam (Dance)179
Moksa180
Moksa (Dvaita Perspective)184
Moksa (In Different Schools)185
Moksapuri188
Molla Ramayanam189
Monarchies in South India189
Monarchy193
Months in the Hindu Calendar194
Morari Bapu197
Moraya Gosavi198
Moriya198
Mother Alfassa199
Motherhood200
Mount Abu201
Mozoomdar, Protap Chunder202
Mrcchakatika (Mrcchakatikam)203
Mrgasira204
Mrtyu (Death)204
Mrtyunjaya Mantra206
Mucukunda206
Mudabidre207
Mudal Tiruvandadi207
Mudgala208
Mudita208
Mudra209
Mudra Dharana210
Mudradhyaksa210
Mudraraksasa211
Mudra in Dance211
Muhurta Cintamani213
Muhurta Martanda214
Muhurtam214
Mukambika215
Mukatagiri216
Mukerjee, Radha Kumud216
Mukerjee, Radhakamal217
Mukhalingam217
Mukherjee Shyama Prasad218
Mukhyartha219
Mukta Jiva (Jainism)219
Muktabai220
Muktananda, Paramahansa, Swami221
Muktesvara222
Muktesvara Temple (BhuBaneswar)222
Mukti223
Muktika Upanisad223
Muktimandapa224
Muktiyogya224
Mukundamala225
Mukundaraya225
Mula225
Mulabandha226
Muladhara Cakra226
Mulamantra227
Mulaprakrti227
Mulasodhana228
Muller, Friedrich Max229
Mumbadevi230
Mumuksu230
Mumuksu-P-Padi231
Mumuksutva231
Mundaka Upanisad232
Mundu232
Muni233
Munisvara233
Munitrayam234
Munivahana Bhogam235
Munivar, Sivajnana235
Munja Paramara236
Munjavat236
Munje, B.S.237
Munshi, K.M.237
Mura239
Murajapam239
Mural Paintings of Kerala240
Murals (North)241
Murals (South)246
Murari253
Murcchana253
Murti-Laksana253
Murugan254
Musakas255
Musaka-Vamsa of Atula256
Music Academy256
Music Festivals257
Music in the Tamil Tradition259
Music Texts: A Survey of Texts on Music262
Music, Gwalior School of265
Music, Hindu Theory266
Music, Jaipur School269
Music, Musiri School270
Music, Therapeutic Possibilities271
Musical Acoustics: Raman's Analysis272
Musical Instruments of India273
Mutiyerru (Folk Dance)285
Muttu K Kuri285
Muttusvami Diksitar286
Muttutandavar287
Mylapore288
Mysore288
Mysticism In malayalam Literature290
Mythic Society291
Nabadweep295
Nabha Das295
Nacciyar Tirumoli296
Naciketa296
Nada297
Nadi (Astrological)298
Nadi Jyotisam298
Nadi Vrtta (equqtor)300
Nadisastra300
Nadisodhana300
Nadisuddhi301
Nadopasana301
Naga Rulers and Religious Developments302
Naga Sadhus302
Naga Sculptures303
Naga Vayu304
Nagacandra304
Naga-Loka304
Nagapancami305
Nagapattinam305
Naga-Puja306
Nagara Style309
Nagaraja Temple of Nagercoil310
Nagarathar Community311
Nagaravadhu311
Nagarjuna312
Nagarjuna Tantra314
Nagarjunakonda314
Nagarkar, Balwant Bhahu (1858-1926)315
Nagas317
Nagasena318
Nagavarma319
Nagendra Natha Bhaduri319
Nagercoil320
Nagnajita320
Nagnika321
Nagoji Bhatta (or Nagesabhatta)321
Nagpur321
Nagvasuki Temple and Bhagvati Tirtha322
Nahusa323
Nai kavita323
Naidu, Sarojini324
Naimisaranya325
Naimittika326
Nair Pandit Gopalan326
Nairatmyavada327
Nairghrnva328
Naisargika Maitri328
Naiskarmya329
Naiskarmya-Siddhi329
Naitatam Ativirarampandiyan330
Naivedya330
Nakkirar331
Naksatra-mala331
Naksatras332
Naksatras as Time-indicators334
Naksatravidya341
Nakula341
Nalanda (Nalanda)342
Nalapat Narayana Menon (Vallathol)342
Nalayani343
Nalayira Divya Prabandham344
Nalladiksita345
Nalopakhyana346
Nama347
Nama Siddhanta348
Namadeva348
Namadeva Gatha349
Namakarana349
Namakkal350
Nama-Rupa (Buddhist View)350
Nama-Rupa (Vedantic View)351
Namasamkirtana352
Namaskara352
Nambi Andar Nambi353
Nambudiripad, O.M.C Narayana354
Nammalvar354
Namuci355
Nana Saheb355
Nanajivavada356
Nanak, Guru357
Nanda Devi359
Nandadasa360
Nandanar360
Nandanar Caritra Kirttanaigal361
Nanda Rai (Nund Rsi)361
Nandi (Vrsabha)362
Nandi Mallaya and Ghanta Singana362
Nandi Sutra363
Nandi Timmana363
Nandikesvara364
Nandin364
Nandivarman II365
Nandnandananandji , Swami365
Naneghat (Inscriptions)366
Nanjangud366
Nanjunda367
Nankana Sahib367
Nannayabhatta368
Nannecodadeva368
Narada Bhakti Sutra369
Narada Muni370
Narada Niti371
Narada Pancaratra372
Narada Purana372
Narada's Vyavahara Matrka373
Naradaparivrajaka Upanisad373
Naradiya Samhita374
Naradiya Siksa374
Narahari Sonar375
Narahari Tirtha375
Naraka376
Naraka-Loka376
Narakasura377
Narali Purnima378
Narasimha Mehta378
Narasimha Purana379
Narasimhacar, R380
Narasimhavarman Mamalla380
Narasingha Temple381
Narayan Maharaj Kedgaonkar381
Narayana382
Narayana Bhattatiri384
Narayana Guru385
Marayana Pandita386
Narayana Tirtha386
Narayaniyam387
Narendra Deva, Acarya387
Narhan Culture389
Narmada390
Narottama Thakura391
Nartana392
Nasadaya-Sukta in Rgveda(X.129)392
Nasagra Drsti392
Nasatya393
Nasik393
Nastika394
Nata395
Natakam (Natakam)395
Nataraja396
Nataraja Guru, P.398
Natasabha399
Natha Sampradaya399
Nathamuni400
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Nationalist School In Maharashtra401
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Natya403
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Neti450
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Nilakantha Diksita472
Nilakantha Somayaji742
Nilamata Purana473
Nilaparvata474
Niloba474
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Nirjara (Jainism)486
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Pali Language and Literature589
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