In this concise and lucid book, the author introduces contemporary readers to the texts and ideas crystallized during the fourth century BC to the tenth century and explains their contemporary relevance. The book offers readers an excellent grounding in the rich and diverse traditions of Hindu thought and is an excellent introduction to the topic for anyone interested in Hinduism, yoga, Indian philosophy and religion.
About the Author:
ARVIND SHARMA is Birks Professor of Comparative Religion at McGill University, Canada. His books include Hinduism for our times (OUP), The Philosophy of Religion: A Buddhist Perspective (OUP), and Our Religions (HarperCollins).