By Sakshi Nadkarni
A huge part of Hinduism is its prodigious volume of myths, and Calasso undertakes to record exactly that.
This anthology is a curation of literary pieces including historical research papers, short stories.
Pattanaik is one of the most acclaimed writers of Hindu mythology today. In this book, he talks about the role of animals in the Hindu pantheon.
The tenet of Hindu philosophy is Dharma, very loosely interpreted as the true or correct path of life.
In this concise, accessible yet informative introduction to one of the world’s oldest religions, Tharoor explains what Hinduism exactly is.
From one of the biggest freedom fighters, philosophers and thinkers India has seen is a ‘timeless treatise’ on Hinduism.
Perhaps one of the most important parts of Hinduism is the idea of ‘bhakti bhaav’ or a personal, spiritual devotion rather than religious rituals.
In this book, the inverse of Rama’s epic arboreal journey, Sita embarks on a journey of self actualization after Ram deserts her.
This retelling of the Mahabharata is from the perspective of an oft silenced character – Draupadi.
This is essentially a collection of poetry by the great Hindu spiritual master Sadhguru.