Living Hinduism: Scriptures Philosophy Practices

Paper Type: Book Print | Size: 216 mm x 140 mm
Black and white; 240 pages; Paperback
ISBN-10: 9385285807 | ISBN-13: 978-93-85285-80-6

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Hinduism is neither an organised religion nor a proselytising one. It is often described as a way of life, which gently nudges its followers—through its scriptures, mythologies, rituals, and practices—to question deeply, live fully, and grow wholesomely in compassion and universal acceptance. Hinduism believes whatever inspires one to stay truly unselfish, be it a vocation, an ideology, or a faith, can lead one towards greater self-realisation and ultimate freedom. Living Hinduism by Samarpan encapsulates this essence of Hinduism in a language that can be understood and appreciated by all, especially the younger generation, who need to know and understand what it means to be a Hindu, in an age of strident opinions and changing values.


Samarpan is a monk, writer, teacher with several well-known publications to his name, like Tiya: A Parrot’s Journey Home, Param, Junglezen Sheru, and Carving a Sky: A Perspective on Life. His transcribed talks at the university of his organisation on Scriptures in Bengali, are available in book form at and they cover the entire range of Indian spiritual traditions.