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How I Became A Hindu My Discover Of Vedic Dharma
Index 

Foreword

Preface Introduction
Early Years

Spiritual Paths And..

India And Hinduism.. Discovery Of Social And..
Journalistic Work Ancient India And...
Hindu Groups In The West Additional Studies Of..
Return Of The Pagans

Debate With The...

The Debate Goes On... Systems Of Vedic Knowledge
Towards A New Western... Conclusion
The Meaning Of The Term...
Major Sections
Books By David Frawley
Arjuna

Awaken Bharata

From The River Of Heaven How I Became A Hindu
The Myth Of Aryan Invasion Of India

Hinduism : The Eternal Tradition, Sanatana Dharma

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Journalistic Work
While Voice of India had a controversial reputation, I found nothing irrational, much less extreme about their ideas or publications. They were simply doing for the Hindu religion what intellectuals in other religious traditions had done for theirs. Their criticisms of Islam were on par with the criticisms of the Catholic Church and of Christianity done by  such Western thinkers as Voltaire or Thomas Jefferson. In fact they went far beyond such mere rational or historical criticisms of other religions and brought in a profound spiritual and yogic view as well.  They were only controversial because, since such a Hindu point of view had not been previously articulated, its sudden occurrence was threatening to non-Hindu groups.

I had already seen several Voice of India books when I first came into contact with Ram Swarup through correspondence. I first visited him during a trip to Delhi in 1992. My meeting with Ram Swarup was another significant event, similar to my meeting with Dr. Vashta. His book on the Names of God was  most interesting to me because it reflected a similar research into the Vedas that I had engaged in. It set  the stage for our encounter.

Ram Swarup was a gentle and humble man, with a notable sweetness of character. In some ways he was like a great sage. In other ways he was almost childlike He had no consciousness of money, fame or power. He was like a sannyasin but apart from any monastic order and not trying to build up any ashram or mission.

 

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About Journalistic Work
Introduction
Voice Of India Pg1
Voice Of India Pg2
Voice Of India Pg3
Voice Of India Pg4
Voice Of India Pg5
Voice Of India Pg6
Voice Of India Pg7
Voice Of India Pg8
Writing For Voice Of India Pg1
Writing For Voice Of India Pg2
Hindu Vivek Kendra 
Hinduism Today.Pg1
Hinduism Today.Pg2
Prajna Bharati 
Bharatiya Janata Party 
An Intellectual Kshatriya
Hindu Activism.Pg1
Hindu Activism.Pg2
Becoming A Pandit
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