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Anglo-Jewry in Changing Times: Studies in Diversity, 1840-1914 (Parkes-Wiener - Israel Finestein
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Anglo-Jewry in Changing Times: Studies in Diversity, 1840-1914 (Parkes-Wiener - hardcover

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D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., 2009. Hardcover. New. The Upanishads capture the quintessence of Indian spiritual wisdom -- unfolding deep-set, highly perceptive reflections on human existence and how it is related to cosmic mystery. Authored by enlightened seers, at different times, during 1500-200 b.c., the Upanishadic message inheres neither a promise of heaven, nor scare of hell. Rather, it is a magnificent vision that raises human consciousness to sublime heights. The Taittiriya -- appended to the Krishna (Black) Yajur Veda -- is one of best among the principal Upanishads. And, schematically, is offered in three chapters, entitled: (1) Shiksha Valli, (2) Brahmananda Valli, and (3) Bhrigu Valli -- which each Swami Muni Narayana Prasad treats singly, superbly revealing the invisible thread that goes through all of them. With origjnal Sanskrit text, its Roman transliteration and easy-to- understand English paraphrase, this stimulating, at once analytical commentary grows from Swami Muni Narayana Prasad’s prolonged reflections on the Taittiriya Upanishad, coupled with the insights he acknowledges to have gained from Nataraja Guru’s discourses on different Upanishadic themes, Narayana Guru’s mystico-philosophical poems, and numerous sessions of intellectual interaction with different groups of scholars.Preface Introduction 1. Shiksha Valli Section I Section II The Word and its Sound -- A Word that Touches Three Worlds -- Shiksha Section III Both Together -- Samhita Revalued -- The Structure of the Combinations -- A Total Scheme Section IV Indra of the Vedas Revised and Revalued -- The Truth Hidden by Thought -- Functional Unity of Body and Mind -- No Worldly Interest -- Svaha -- Renown -- Love and Compassion Section V The Vyahritis and the Cosmos -- The Cosmic Egg -- The Vyahritis Revalued -- The Vyahritis as Symbols -- The Worlds -- Gods Become Worshippers Section VI The Space in the Heart -- The Mind-Stuff -- The Source of Indra -- Fire as ‘Bhuh’ -- The Sun as ‘Suvah’ -- Air as ‘Bhuvah’ -- ‘Mahah’ as Brahman -- Selfhood -- The Form of Brahman Section VII Another Vedic Concept Revalued -- Two Sets of Three Five-Fold Groups -- Mutual Support of the Five-Fold Groups Section VIII “ALL This is AUM” -- In the Vedic Setting -- “ALL This is AUM” -- In the Vedantic Sence Section IX Another Revaluation -- Svadhyaya and Pravacana -- Truth -- Austerity -- Shama and Dama -- The Sacred Fires -- The Fire-Sacrifice -- Guests -- Humanity -- Progeny Section X Fame -- Righteousness of the Self -- Food and Freedom -- Clarity of Mind Section XI Meant for Whom? -- Truth and Righteousness -- Self-Study -- Gifts to the Guru -- Line of Progeny -- Kushala -- Bhuti -- Self-Study and Teaching -- An Ethical Problem Section XIII 2. Brahmananda Valli: Shanti Patha Section I The Knower of Brahman Attains the Supreme -- Brahman -- Two Perspectives -- A Unitive Vision -- “The Following has been said” -- Three Attributes -- Reality (Satyam) -- Knowledge (Jnanam) -- Infinity -- Placed Within the Cavern -- The Transcendental Space -- He Realizes All Desires -- The Cavern of Ignorance -- Food, Happiness and Earth -- A Structural System -- Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth -- No Creation -- The Order of Negation -- The Theory of Five Sheaths -- Body as the Self Section II The Eldest Born -- Food as a Non-Dual Value -- Food as the All-Healing Medicine -- A Complementary Vision -- The Human Form -- The Pranas Section III The Life Span of All -- The Expanding World of Interests -- The Body-Self Relationship -- Manas -- The Human Form Section IV Applied Knowledge -- Faith -- Rita and Satya -- Yoga -- Mahas Section V Yajna and Karma -- The Primeval (Jyeshtham) -- The Gods Who Meditate -- Living Sins While in the Body -- Attaining All Desires -- Priyam -- Moda and Pramoda -- Ananda -- Brahman Section VI Body and Soul -- Many Questions -- No Direct Answer -- He Desired -- Creation as a Pastime -- Printed Pages: 211., D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., 2009, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1982. First edition. Hardcover. New. 15 x 23 cm. An analytical and interpretative study of the relations between India and Bhutan during the British rule in India in the wider context of the evolution of the British Indian Policy in the Himalayan region. It covers practically the entire, most formative and crucial period, beginning from the first ever encounter which Bhutan had ever had with the English rulers in India and ending with the treaty of 1910 under which the Dragon Kingdom agreed to be aided and guided by the government of India in the conduct of her foreign relations. Based almost exclusively on primary historical records it is an exhaustive study of some of the key phases in the history of the bilateral relations between the two countries. It is also an explanation of the slow and gradual unfolding process of the sentiments and feelings of the people of Bhutan who, because of their centuries long isolated existence, were reserved and inhibited in their reactions towards a strong, centralized and perhaps the most powerful western power of its times. Printed Pages: 252., Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1982, D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., 2009. Hardcover. New. The Upanishads capture the quintessence of Indian spiritual wisdom -- unfolding deep-set, highly perceptive reflections on human existence and how it is related to cosmic mystery. Authored by enlightened seers, at different times, during 1500-200 b.c., the Upanishadic message inheres neither a promise of heaven, nor scare of hell. Rather, it is a magnificent vision that raises human consciousness to sublime heights. The Taittiriya -- appended to the Krishna (Black) Yajur Veda -- is one of best among the principal Upanishads. And, schematically, is offered in three chapters, entitled: (1) Shiksha Valli, (2) Brahmananda Valli, and (3) Bhrigu Valli -- which each Swami Muni Narayana Prasad treats singly, superbly revealing the invisible thread that goes through all of them. With origjnal Sanskrit text, its Roman transliteration and easy-to- understand English paraphrase, this stimulating, at once analytical commentary grows from Swami Muni Narayana Prasad’s prolonged reflections on the Taittiriya Upanishad, coupled with the insights he acknowledges to have gained from Nataraja Guru’s discourses on different Upanishadic themes, Narayana Guru’s mystico-philosophical poems, and numerous sessions of intellectual interaction with different groups of scholars.Preface Introduction 1. Shiksha Valli Section I Section II The Word and its Sound -- A Word that Touches Three Worlds -- Shiksha Section III Both Together -- Samhita Revalued -- The Structure of the Combinations -- A Total Scheme Section IV Indra of the Vedas Revised and Revalued -- The Truth Hidden by Thought -- Functional Unity of Body and Mind -- No Worldly Interest -- Svaha -- Renown -- Love and Compassion Section V The Vyahritis and the Cosmos -- The Cosmic Egg -- The Vyahritis Revalued -- The Vyahritis as Symbols -- The Worlds -- Gods Become Worshippers Section VI The Space in the Heart -- The Mind-Stuff -- The Source of Indra -- Fire as ‘Bhuh’ -- The Sun as ‘Suvah’ -- Air as ‘Bhuvah’ -- ‘Mahah’ as Brahman -- Selfhood -- The Form of Brahman Section VII Another Vedic Concept Revalued -- Two Sets of Three Five-Fold Groups -- Mutual Support of the Five-Fold Groups Section VIII “ALL This is AUM” -- In the Vedic Setting -- “ALL This is AUM” -- In the Vedantic Sence Section IX Another Revaluation -- Svadhyaya and Pravacana -- Truth -- Austerity -- Shama and Dama -- The Sacred Fires -- The Fire-Sacrifice -- Guests -- Humanity -- Progeny Section X Fame -- Righteousness of the Self -- Food and Freedom -- Clarity of Mind Section XI Meant for Whom? -- Truth and Righteousness -- Self-Study -- Gifts to the Guru -- Line of Progeny -- Kushala -- Bhuti -- Self-Study and Teaching -- An Ethical Problem Section XIII 2. Brahmananda Valli: Shanti Patha Section I The Knower of Brahman Attains the Supreme -- Brahman -- Two Perspectives -- A Unitive Vision -- “The Following has been said” -- Three Attributes -- Reality (Satyam) -- Knowledge (Jnanam) -- Infinity -- Placed Within the Cavern -- The Transcendental Space -- He Realizes All Desires -- The Cavern of Ignorance -- Food, Happiness and Earth -- A Structural System -- Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth -- No Creation -- The Order of Negation -- The Theory of Five Sheaths -- Body as the Self Section II The Eldest Born -- Food as a Non-Dual Value -- Food as the All-Healing Medicine -- A Complementary Vision -- The Human Form -- The Pranas Section III The Life Span of All -- The Expanding World of Interests -- The Body-Self Relationship -- Manas -- The Human Form Section IV Applied Knowledge -- Faith -- Rita and Satya -- Yoga -- Mahas Section V Yajna and Karma -- The Primeval (Jyeshtham) -- The Gods Who Meditate -- Living Sins While in the Body -- Attaining All Desires -- Priyam -- Moda and Pramoda -- Ananda -- Brahman Section VI Body and Soul -- Many Questions -- No Direct Answer -- He Desired -- Creation as a Pastime -- Printed Pages: 211., D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., 2009, Ward Lock Ltd. London. 1974. first edition - ISBN-0-7063-1826-9;. pages 144 pages + bibliography + index; b/w photographs; hardcover [wear to edges], gilt text on spine, pictorial dustjacket; 15cm x 19.5cm; owners plate on front endpaper plus small stamp, minor foxing to prelims and page edges when closed, wear to hardcover edges o/wise good condition; ISBN-0-7063-1826-9 - The First World War with its appalling tragedies, its outstanding acts of heroism in the face of overwhelming odds and its horrifying list of casualties has become one of the most intensely studied periods of all time. Chapters include: The Pre-War Origins of Trench Warfare, The Opposing Armies, August-October 1914: The War Plans Unfold, The Defensive System, Artillery, 1914-1915: The Strategic Alternatives, Offensive Tactics, Weapons and Equipment, 1916: Strategic Anticlimax, Holding the Line, Intelligence and Observation, 1917: The Allies at Bay, Discipline and Morale, 1918: The Re-instatement of Mobile Warfare, Ward Lock Ltd. London. 1974. first edition - ISBN-0-7063-1826-9, Vallentine Mitchell & Co Ltd, UK, 1999. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good . Available Now. Synopsis: Israel Finestein examines the contrasts between the realities of Jewish life in what was - at the end of the last century - described as the "lower" strata of the community and the aspirations of the self-consciously anglicized Jewish leadership. The author seeks to unfold the "springs of action" of these years, and reveal the onset of those problems of identity, purpose and assmiliation which are under debate at the end of the millennium. Size: 1.9 x 15.2 x 22.9 cm. 288 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: History; Britain & Ireland; ISBN: 0853033544. ISBN/EAN: 9780853033547. Inventory No: B197-1074. . 9780853033547, Vallentine Mitchell & Co Ltd, 1999

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