Jains in the World: Religious Values and Ideology in India by John E. Cort
"There is no doubt that the wealth of new data and ideas presented in this remarkable book provides the deepest ideas in the contemporary religious world of secular Jane and…
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"There is no doubt that the wealth of new data and ideas presented in this remarkable book provides the deepest ideas in the contemporary religious world of secular Jane and will serve for some time as a model study of future empirical studies of the religious life of Jane." - The Journal of the College of Oriental and African Studies: "Jains in the World" is an important and welcome ethnographic science of contemporary geology in western India by the leading Greek scientists in North America, and this book is a must for scholars of religions in South Asia. The scholars of Hindu tradition will present history both in the central dialectical of the thought of jain and in the contemporary jain praxis.
"- International Journal of Hindu Studies:" Adding value to the literature on Genetism as a living faith. Since it has the added advantages of being clearly written, attractively illustrated, and free of unnecessary theoretical baggage, it should serve as a good introduction to this tradition for university students.
"- The Journal of the American Oriental Society" must be read in order to understand the world of ritual mass Public. He has succeeded in proving that the concept of well-being is the focus of the moral universe of yinans.
"The firm pursuit of the goal of freeing the soul from the karmic bondage" History of Religions "is a basic reading of students and scholars in Greece. , But for this reason, it is not clearly stated, and for this reason, the Jains in the world will prove to be a major turning point in the development of Jaina's studies.
"- The Journal of Religion This book presents a detailed study based on field work in the ancient Indian religion of Jain. Drawing on field research in the northern state of Gujarat and the study of both ancient Sanskrit and Bracrit and modern religious literature in Jane, John Curt presents a circular image of religion as practiced today..
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