Author: Sister NiveditaPublisher: RupaYear: 2002Language: EnglishPages: 264ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171676588
In Footfalls of Indian History, the reader will discover the rich cultural heritage of India through a loving study of how she came to be. The book is a fascinating historical journey from the ancient seats of Buddhism to the caves of Ajanta. It delineates the travels to India of the legendary Fa Hien and Hiouen Tsang. It reflects on the rise of and relation between religions like Buddhism and Hinduism. It also embarks on a study of the great epics-Mahabharata and Ramayana. And to guide the reader on this great journey is one of the most pious and enlightened souls associated with the intellectual and spiritual awakening of India, Sister Nivedita.
The History of Man as Determined by Place The History of India and its Study The Cities of BuddhismRajgir: An Ancient Babylon BiharThe Ancient Abbey of AjantaThe Chinese PilgrimThe Relation between Buddhism and HinduismElephanta the Synthesis of HinduismSome Problems of Indian The Final Recension of the MahabharataThe Rise of Vaishnavism under the GuptasThe Historical Significance of the Northern PilgrimageThe Old Brahmanical LearningThe City in Classical Europe: A Visit to PompeiiA Study of Banaras