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Author: William Joseph Wilkins; Category: Hinduism; Length: Pages; Year: An exploration of 99 classic myths of India from an entirely non-Western paradigm that provides a fresh understanding of the Hindu spiritual landscapeā€¢. Indian mythology: tales, symbols, and rituals from the heart of the Printed and bound in the United States at Lake Book Manufacturing Inc. 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1.


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selected those texts which describe the darker side only of the Hindu gods, nor have . This book covers Hindu mythology during the Vedic and Puranic periods. Books on Indian Mythology - Nonfiction, Fiction, anything. It need not be based only on Hindu mythology, it can belong to any religion but the story must be. By Donald A. Mackenzie. This book deals with the myths and legends of India, which survive in the rich and abundant-storehouse of Sanskrit literature.

The illustrations are by Vishal Tandon.

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Amongst the seven books from the series, the most popular ones are listed below. The children enjoy his company and learn a great deal about him and many other gods.

The journey through this book filled with wonderful illustrations lets young minds answer as well as discover numerous questions and thought-provoking concepts. The boy is surprised to find the great king of gods unhappy too.

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Harsha is enchanted by the divine things he sees in heaven. But, when Indra tries to steal a divine cow, Vasistha proffers him with a secret to stay happy. An Identity Card for Krishna When Krishna is denied a chance to fly in an aeroplane, he is taken to Guwahati where Lata-Kumari tells the story of the importance of flags for gods. How important is an identity card?

Did Krishna get his own card and did he finally fly? The answers are here to discover in this book.

Fun in Devlok: Omnibus This is a compilation of all the six remaining books from the Fun in Devlok series that brings out questions and answers, discoveries and learning through young characters, Gods and goddesses for children. One day a sage came along and fell in love with her.

During their short lived affair the sage blessed her, which made her odour-free.

Years later, while reading Nelson's textbook of paediatrics, I came across the condition called trimethylaminuria. This condition is caused by a deficiency of the liver enzyme trimethylamine oxidase.

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Trimethylamine is formed in the intestine from choline in eggs, liver, and nuts, and trimethylamine oxide in fish. The enzyme converts the trimethylamine thus formed to its oxide, which is odourless.

In the absence of the enzyme trimethylamine accumulates in the body and is excreted in the urine, and people with this condition smell of rotten fish. Treatment is simple dietary advice to avoid all foods that are a source trimethylamine.

Obviously, our sage in the story knew the condition and its treatment. I had never before looked at the Hindu myths with a medical eye.

They were just flights of imagination, not true life stories.Ramanujan 4. The journey through this book filled with wonderful illustrations lets young minds answer as well as discover numerous questions and thought-provoking concepts.

Trimethylamine is formed in the intestine from choline in eggs, liver, and nuts, and trimethylamine oxide in fish. We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book.

Only flag lists that clearly need our attention. Cradle Tales of Hinduism by Sister Nivedita.

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Venkataraman Narayanaswami. Ranging from short and simple folktales to great epics such as the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, India is home to myriad stories that exemplify the glory of the rich culture and heritage.