This is the second booklet in the series 'On being a Hindu. Simply.' The titles in the series are intended to provide a short introduction to the Hindu religion as it is practiced by millions of ordinary people. The titles in the series are intended to provide a short introduction to various facets of the Hindu religion as it is practiced by millions of ordinary people.
All volumes of 'On Being A Hindu. Simply' are written in an easy and accessible language, and are meant for the general reader. They are non-priced works, and free to download.
In this volume the author examines the relationship between the divine and the devotee, or God and the Seeker of God. The Hindu religion facilitates a direct bond with God, and gives pre-eminence to the devotee. Read together with the first part, the topic of which was 'God', the work presents a picture of the religion as the inclusive, liberal theology it was meant to be.
The books draw on the author's personal acquaintance with the religion in its traditional and avant garde forms, and dip into her explorations in Hindu literature born of her deep and abiding interest.
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